- 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 to worry that cable companies were no longer interested in addressing the needs of local communities. At the time, community access to media provided millions of Americans with educational opportunity, access to local government, and ...
- 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.
- July 11, 2003 | NOWJon Stewart on his unique brand of news delivery and why his show has a unique niche in a sea of cable news and talk shows. And can judges with strong ideological convictions set aside their personal beliefs and uphold the law?