Charlie Rose

Season 1997 Episode 07.01.97

Charlie Rose (July 1, 1997)

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Aired Weekdays 11:30 PM Jul 01, 1997 on PBS
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Charlie Rose (July 1, 1997)
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Deputy Secretary Of State Strobe Talbott Discusses The Transfer Of Power In Hong Kong And How It Affects The United States. Plus, Musician Jon Bon Jovi Talks To Charlie About His Recent Forays Into Acting. Bon Jovi Also Tells Charlie About His New Album Called, Destination Anywhere. Senator John Kerry Discusses His New Book, The New War.moreless
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