• April 15, 1991 | Your Mythic Journey with Sam Keen
    noted philosopher Sam Keen shares with Bill Moyers the importance of "personal storytelling" — a way of looking back at life to make sense of where you are today.
  • April 10, 1991 | All Our Children
    Bill Moyers examines the challenges facing youth in 1990s America and investigates how to help millions of young people emerging from school unprepared for life and work.
  • April 5, 1991 | The Arab World
    Bill Moyers talks with scholar and economist Charles Issawi about the sources of Arab resentment toward the West and the possibility of better relations in the future.
  • April 4, 1991 | The Arab World
    Billl Moyers turns his focus on the long and proud cultural traditions of the Arab region. A group of experts discuss a range of topics from myth and literature to the place of women in Islamic culture.
  • April 3, 1991 | The Arab World
    BIll Moyers and experts discuss the Islamic faith, and how it influences the daily lives of its practitioners.
  • April 2, 1991 | The Arab World
    Bill Moyers presents the long history of the Arab world, from the time of the pharaohs through Western colonization.
  • April 1, 1991 | The Arab World
    Bill Moyers meets with a panel of experts on Arab culture and affairs to discuss the diverse heritage and history of its people.
  • March 19, 1991 | Sports for Sale
    Bill Moyers examines big-money sports on college campuses and how university athletics and academic studies appear to be flat-out incompatible.
  • October 28, 1990 | A World of Ideas
    Watch part two of Bill Moyers discussion with bioethicist Dr. Ruth Macklin about the ethical and moral dilemmas surrounding abortion.
  • July 15, 1990 | A World of Ideas
    A professor of Chinese history and philosophy at Harvard University, talks to Bill Moyers about the ways in which Confucianism meshes with Western technology and democratic values.