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Bill Moyers Journal (Video) | PBS

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Veteran journalist Bill Moyers returns to PBS with Bill Moyers Journal, a weekly program of interviews and news analysis on a wide range of subjects, including politics, arts and culture, the media, the economy, and issues facing democracy.

Customer Reviews

Bill Moyers

Bill Moyers is a dying breed, it's called investigative reporting. In these days of talking heads its nice to hear someone who is still a reporter. Intelligent, articulate, and not afraid of asking hard questions of anyone. He truly represents the fourth branch of government Ben Franklin wrote about. Thanks Bill for your time and efforts.

Free Thinking Meets Free Video

Bill Moyers is one of my heroes. He relentlessy and skillfully digs deeply into the subjects he investigates. And his natural talent as an interviewer is unparalleled in the industry. Finally, "Bill Moyers Journal" can be seen and heard on iTunes -- for free! I'm sure these podcasts will become as necessary and as addictive as the TED podcasts. Thanks!

A National Treasure

Bill Moyers is one of a very few journalists willing to aspire to the greatest heights of the profession. His ability to provide analysis with depth, interviews with heart, and presentation with class is woefully rare in the news industry of the United States. The world is better for the subjects he has investigated, the issues he has brought to light, and the great minds he has interviewed. This is how news should be done.