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Patton and Westy Meet in a Bar
April 14, 1983 |
A Walk Through the 20th Century
Bill Moyers examines the growth of mass communication and the birth of the concept of public relations.
Mortimer Adler on Finding Truth in Faith
October 2, 1982
In this clip from the 1982 series, philosopher Mortimer Adler talks to Bill Moyers about how he would go about persuading an atheist about his belief in the existence of God.
Actor John Huston
June 12, 1982 |
Hollywood icon John Huston shares his insights about the creative experience.
Arts & Culture
Artist Gerald Scheck
June 5, 1982 |
Bill Moyers takes a closer look at the mystery behind the birth of creativity with the famed painter, sculptor and welder, Gerald Scheck.
Health & Science
That's No Tomato, That's a Work of Art
April 28, 1982 |
Bill Moyers discusses how creative technologies bring new shape and flavor to a favorite food, the common tomato.
TV Producer Norman Lear (Part Two)
April 16, 1982 |
The legendary television producer on how he got his start in television, and how laughter and tears go together in his sitcoms.
TV Producer Norman Lear (Part One)
April 9, 1982 |
A behind-the-scenes look at the life and works of the mastermind behind
All in the Family, The Jeffersons,
One Day at a Time
Arts & Culture
A Portrait of Maya Angelou
January 8, 1982 |
In this 1982 interview from the
series, Bill accompanied the legendary poet Maya Angelou in her first visit back to her hometown in Stamps, Arkansas.
Economy & Work
Bill Moyers Essay: Polish Workers Movement
December 14, 1981 |
Bill Moyers Commentaries
Bill Moyers considers the Soviet Union's oppression of the Polish Workers Movement.
Joseph Campbell Myths To Live By (Part Two)
April 24, 1981 |
Bill Moyers Journal: Original Series
Part two of Bill Moyers' interview with Joseph Campbell.
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