- February 13, 2004 | NOWTalk radio's power to influence policy and and shape elections, indecency on the airwaves and the truth behind the tax code.
- January 30, 2004 | NOWAn investigation into the back-room deals giving Big Media more control than ever over what Americans consume and read, and a look at what it would take for Democrats to reclaim the South.
- December 12, 2003 | NOWAn investigation into how diminished government transparency leaves the public — and democracy — at risk, and conversations with Pulitzer winner Dorothy Rabinowitz and NY Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
- November 7, 2003 | NOWThe largely unnoticed battles of wounded veterans, the relationship between Big Media conglomerates and government, and myths about productivity, professional mobility and the middle class.
- Judgement Call: The Nomination of Janice Rogers Brown; The Economist's Bill Emmott; Faith and the LawOctober 31, 2003 | NOWThe bitter battle over President Bush's nominee for the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit, a conversation with the man at the helm of The Economist, and the political effects of piety in government.
- October 10, 2003 | NOWThe possible hidden agendas of some faith-based charities, a discussion of corporate reform with the founder of Vanguard Group, and writer John Ridley on the intersection of politics and entertainment.
- August 22, 2003 | NOW
This episode of NOW reported on an attack on the UN headquarters in Iraq and what it might mean for the rebuilding of Iraq. Next up, a trend in local cable systems becoming part of big media conglomerates caused many … Continue reading
- July 25, 2003 | NOWAn investigation into what Congress can do to stop big media from getting even bigger, and a look at some of the most hotly debated topics of the early 2000s, including stem cell research, gene therapy and cloning.