If you weren’t watching your local PBS station Monday night (like me) and therefore missed Ric BurnsEugene O’Neill, a two-hour “American Experience” documentary about this country’s greatest playwright, you’re out of luck for a while. There are no repeat broadcasts set for the immediate future, although the widely-praised film will probably turn up on DVD sometime in the summer. Not making this show available for subsequent viewings over the next couple of weeks is a ridiculous policy. It underscores the suspicion that PBS is a very old-fashioned organization with separate feifdoms spread across the country, and basically out of touch with the world.