• March 28, 2000 | Surviving the Good Times
    The dramatic story of two blue-collar Milwaukee families over two decades.
  • April 27, 1999 | Archbishop Tutu
    Bill Moyers talks with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who has been a tireless voice for justice and racial reconciliation.
  • April 27, 1996 | Children in America’s Schools
    Bill Moyers takes us on a journey through our nation's public schools, revealing the savage inequalities in American education.
  • December 12, 1995
    A look at Milwaukee families struggling to make do with low-paying jobs.
  • April 21, 1995 | Solutions to Violence
    Bill Moyers talks to a leading psychiatrist that focuses on children impacted by violence about how to break the cycle.
  • March 22, 1995 | The Language of Life
    In this episode, Lucille Clifton and David Mura explore their cultural histories, , childhoods, race and life in America today.
  • February 18, 1994 | Presenting Mr. Frederick Douglass
    The great abolitionist Frederick Douglass comes to life in a dramatic performance of his famous speech on slavery and human rights.
  • November 19, 1993 | The New Holy War
    Bill Moyers reports on the "holy war" between conservative Christian values and homosexual rights.
  • September 8, 1992 | Listening to America
    Bill Moyers compares the everyday experiences of two New York City middle schools and contrasts political rhetoric with the reality of American education.
  • August 11, 1992 | Listening to America
    The second part of The Good Society focuses on Los Angeles and the stories of people who have long recognized the need for cooperative action to benefit the community.