• June 9, 1992 | Listening to America
    Bill Moyers examines the politics of the environment and how choices Americans make now will determine our future.
  • May 26, 1992 | Listening to America
    Bill Moyers focuses examines how violence is affecting American life through a look at Dallas, Texas.
  • May 19, 1992 | Listening to America
    Bill Moyers looks at the rising number of women on the political scene and their impressions of politics and governance.
  • May 12, 1992 | Listening to America
    Bill Moyers discusses the uses and abuses of political language and how the democratic conversation has been frustrated and trivialized by political jargon.
  • April 28, 1992 | Listening to America
    Bill Moyers sits down with members of Congress, from both sides of the aisle, to discuss Washington's inability to govern.
  • April 21, 1992 | Listening to America
    This program examines the forces that have contributed to the dismantling of the American economy.
  • April 14, 1992 | Listening to America
    This program provides a powerful examination of the forces contributing to the dismantling of the American economy.
  • April 7, 1992 | Listening to America
    Using Charles Keating and the savings and loan scandal as an example, Bill Moyers takes a closer look at the devastating connection between money and government.
  • October 4, 1991
    In this 20-year compilation, Bill speaks to a wide range of people -- from average Americans to household names like David Rockefeller, Maya Angelou, Ronald Reagan and Joseph Campbell.
  • August 1, 1991 | The Man Who Beat the Blacklist: John Henry Faulk
    Bill Moyers and Studs Terkel speak with the legendary John Henry Faulk. Faulk was of one of the few performers who beat the infamous 1950s blacklist.