Charlie Rose

Weekdays 11:30 PM on PBS Premiered Jan 01, 1991 In Season



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Episode Guide

    • December 23 2005
      Season 11 - Episode 256
      Guests: ROB MARSHALL Director, Memoirs of a Geisha and DIANE KEATON Actress, The Family Stone
    • 7/1/11
      Charlie Rose and his guests try to go Inside Islam to broaden our understanding. The guests are Abdeslam Maghraoui, Miriam Cooke, John Esposito, Shawkat Toorawa, Kecia Ali, Rashad Hussain, Ingrid Mattson, Ebrahim Moosa, Jen'nan Read and Sherman Jackson.
    • A Discussion Of The Timothy Mcveigh Arrest
      A Discussion Of The Timothy Mcveigh Arrest
      Season 1995 - Episode 04.21.95
      FBI terrorism investigator James Fox, Bob McGuire, Tom Halpern, Acting Director of the Anti-Defamation League Fact Finding Department, and investigative journalist Philip Weiss discuss the Oklahoma City bombing, the likelihood of extreme right-wing involvement, and the arrests of suspects Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols.
    • IPhone 5; Jeffrey Toobin; Karen Elliott House
      Season 2012 - Episode 09.20.12
      "A look at Apple\'s iPhone 5 with David Pogue of the New York Times & John Gruber of Jeffrey Toobin on his book “The Oath – The Obama White House and The Supreme Court.” Karen Elliott House discusses her book “On Saudi Arabia”
    • A discussion about the New Pope: Bergoglio of Argentina with Guest host Frank Bruni,; Jon Meacham; Father Walter Modrys; Rev. Joseph McShane, S.J.; and John DeGioia. Monsignor Anthony Figueiredo & Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick on the new Pope.
    • 12/26/08
      A conversation about the film
    • Final Four, NCAA Basketball update Jay Bilas, ESPN and CBS Sports & Willie Geist of MSNBC || Flynt and Hillary Mann Leverett on Iran
    • Joseph Stiglitz Nobel Laureate in economics and author of "Freefall" || Duff McDonald discusses his book about Jamie Dimon "Last Man Standing"
    • The controversy in the Catholic Church and reports of abuse by priests. An update with John Allen Jr. Senior correspondent for the National Catholic Reporter and Vatican analyst for CNN and NPR. An extraordinary physics experiment, the Large Hadron Collider. We talk to Lisa Randall, theoretical physicist at Harvard University and Kyle Cranmer, experimental physicist at New York Universitymoreless
    • 4/26/10
      Christine Lagarde, Finance Minister of France || Author Ian McEwan discusses his book, 'Solar'
    • SEC accusation of Goldman Sachs with Gretchen Morgenson of 'The New York Times,' John Coffee of Columbia Law School, Larry Ingrassia of 'The New York Times' and Roben Farzad of Bloomberg BusinessWeek || A look at the film 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' with director Niels Arden Oplev
    • Mohamed Ibrahim, founder of the telecommunications company Celtel and currently on the board of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, which supports achievement in African Leadership || Craig Robinson, head men's basketball coach at Oregon State University, brother of First Lady Michelle Obama and author of "Game of Character"
    • The Nuclear Security Summit with Sam Nunn, co-chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), Joshua Cooper Ramo, Managing Director at Kissinger Associates and David Sanger, White House Correspondent for "The New York Times" Ken Gormley, author of "The Death of Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr"
    • Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives (Part 1) || George Papandreou, Prime Minister of Greece, who is in Washington for meetings with US Officials and President Obama
    • A look at the retirement of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, and reflections on the man and the legacy with Jamal Greene, Constitutional Law Professor at Columbia University || A discussion about Latin America with Greg Grandin, Associate Professor of Latin American history at New York University, John Coatsworth, Dean, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University, Kevin Casas-Zamora, Former Vice President of Costa Rica and Michael Shifter, Incoming President of Inter-American Dialogue.moreless
    • 3/26/10
      Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Foreign Minister of Pakistan || Michele Flournoy, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy
    • Architect and recipient of The Pritzker Prize, Jean Nouvel discusses his work A look at the Museum of Modern Art's 'Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century' exhibit with Martine Franck, photographer and widow of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Peter Galassi, director of the Museum of Modern Art's department of photography and Agnes Sire, director of Foundation Henri Cartier-Bressonmoreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 11, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.11.10
      A look at the results of the British elections as David Cameron becomes Prime Minister. We talk to Matt Frei of BBC World News America || A conversation with the man that predicted the Subprime crisis, Nouriel Roubini of New York University || Norris Church Mailer, she has written a memoir called "A Ticket to the Circus" about her life with Norman Mailermoreless
    • Hamas assassination in Dubai with Brian Ross of ABC News, author Edward Jay Epstein, Borzou Daragahi of 'The Los Angeles Times' and Robert Malley of The International Crisis Group || Mike Krzyzewski, Head Coach of Duke Basketball
    • A conversation with Senator Evan Bayh || Jonathan Cole professor at Columbia University, author of the book 'The Great American University'
    • Charlie Rose (May 10, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 05.10.02
      An interview with Vicente Fox, the president of Mexico, on his nation's relationship with the United States.Then, the star of the film Spiderman, Tobey Maguire, discusses his performance in the movie.Finally, the curator of the Gerhard Richter exhibit at the MoMA, Robert Storr, discusses the significance of Richter's work.
    • Charlie Rose (April 25, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 04.25.02
      Chairman Of The Security And Exchange Commission Harvey Pitt Discusses The Enron Scandal And His Plans For Reform At The Sec. Also, Charlie Has A Conversation With Nobel Laureate James D. Watson, Co-Discoverer Of Dna'S Structure, On His New Book Genes, Girls, And Gamow. Third, Comic Writer Calvin Trillin Discusses His Book Tepper Isn'T Going Out.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 27, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 01.27.97
      David Bar-Illan, A Former Concert Pianist, Now An Adviser To Prime Minister Netanyahu Talks To Charlie About The Peace Process In Israel. Next, Author Peter Applebome, Journalist Howell Raines & Humorist Roy Blount Discuss The Impact Of The Southern United States On U. S. Society And Culture. Finally, Jazz Vocalist And Music Critic Jimmy Scott Talks About His Interest In Gospel Music And His New Release Entitled, Heaven.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 20, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 10.20.04
      Ron Suskind, A Pulitzer Prize Journalist And A Former Senior National Affair Reporter For The Wall Street Journal, Discusses The Crucial Role Religion Is Playing In The 2004 Presidential Campaign. He Is The Author Of The Recent Article In The New York Times Magazine Titled Faith, Certainty And The Presidency Of George W. Bush. Speaks To The Issue. Then, An Interview With Tom Ford, The Former Head Of Gucci, Discusses His Celebrated Career In Fashion, His Last Women'S Line For Gucci And His New Book, A Retrospective Of His Work.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 7, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 03.07.03
      A Look At The Debate Over The Un Security Council Resolution Concerning War With Iraq With Andrea Koppel Of Cnn. Then, Richard Haass, Director Of Policy Planning At The State Department Discusses Amendments To The Resolution And What He Thinks The Vote Will Be Next Week. Finally, David Sanger Of The New York Times And Michael Ignatieff Of The Kennedy School Of Government At Harvard Provide An Overview Of Recent Developments Concerning Hans Blix'S Reports From Iraq And Talks At The Un.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 25, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 01.25.05
      Israel'S Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom Discusses His Participation In The United Nations' Remembrance Of The 60Th Anniversary Of Auschwitz. He Also Discusses The Election Of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas And The Prospects For Peace In The Middle East. And, Israel'S Former Prime Minister Ehud Barak Talks About The Possibility Of Negotiations Between The Israelis And The Palestinians.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 30, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 07.30.04
      Charlie Is Joined By Actor Denzel Washington And Director Jonathan Demme To Discuss Their Film The Manchurian Candidate, An Updated Remake Of The 1962 Political Thriller That Starred Frank Sinatra. The Three Discuss How The Movie'S Context Is Different Post-Dessert Storm, And How It Serves As A Cautionary Tale. Then, Charlie Talks To Actor Jefferson Mays, Director Moises Kaufman And Broadway Playwright Doug Wright From The Play I Am My Own Wife.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 16, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 07.16.01
      A Conversation With Senator Paul Wellstone; A Conversation With Will Shortz; A Conversation With Dr. Piero Anversa
    • Mathias Doepfner, Chairman & CEO, Axel Springer; Martha Stewart, Founder, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia
    • Charlie Rose (May 19, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.19.10
      Scott Turow, attorney and author of mystery suspense novels discusses his book 'Innocent' || Jules Feiffer, cartoonist and author dicusses his memoir 'Backing Into Forward'
    • A conversation about leadership with Bill George & John Whitehead. || A conversation with basketball professional Steve Nash. Nash currently plays point guard for the Phoenix Suns
    • A discussion about the film No Country for Old Men with filmmakers and brothers Joel and Ethan Coen and actors Josh Brolin & Javier Bardem. The film follows the interweaving paths of the three central characters (Moss, Chigurh, and Bell) set in motion by events related to a drug deal gone bad near the Mexican-American border in southwest Texas.|| A conversation with author Michael Korda about his book Ike: An American Hero.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 12, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 07.12.02
      David Remnick, Editor Of The New Yorker, Guest Hosts. First, A Discussion Of Anti-Semitism Around The World With Authors Ron Rosenbaum, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, And Norman Manea And New York University Professor, Tony Judt. Then, A Conversation About The Recent Corporate Scandals With John Cassidy Of The New Yorker, David Brooks Of The Weekly Standard, Stanley Crouch Of New York Daily News, And Elizabeth Kolbert Of The New Yorker.moreless
    • Charlie Rose Brain Series Episode Three: with Eric Kandel, Daniel Wolpert (Univ. Cambridge), John Krakauer (Columbia), Tom Jessell (Columbia) and Robert Brown (MGH)
    • Charlie Rose (May 6, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.06.10
      We look at the stock market and the impact of the Greek debt crisis, we begin with Floyd Norris of 'The New York Times' || We continue with three Wall St. veterans Barton Biggs, Roger Altman & Byron Wien || We end the evening with a previously taped conversation with Matthew Bishop of 'The Economist' about his book 'The Road to Ruin.'moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 12, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.12.10
      As President Karzai visits with President Obama we look at Afghanistan with Alissa Rubin of 'The New York Times,' Karen DeYoung of 'The Washington Post' and Stephen Biddle from the Council on Foreign Relations || Country music legend Willie Nelson
    • The Goldman Sachs Senate hearings are in Washington, we talk to Gretchen Morgenson of 'The New York Times.' Also weiighing in are William Cohan also of 'The New York Times,' Gillian Tett of the "Financial Times' and Evan Thomas from 'Newsweek.' || Evan Thomas and his book 'The War Lovers: Roosevelt, Lodge, Hearst and the Rush to Empire 1898'moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 25, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 02.25.05
      A discussion with author Jim Rogers about the global economy and the effect on the United States and the dollar. Mr. Rogers is the author of Hot Commodities: How Anyone Can Invest Profitably in the World's Best Market and the founder of the Rogers International Raw Materials Fund. Also, we remember gonzo journalist and author Hunter S. Thompson who killed himself last Sunday at his home in Colorado. He was 67 years old. Thompson was a guest on this program three times; tonight we'll feature selections from those conversations with an appreciation of Hunter S. Thompson.moreless
    • Peter Orszag, White House Director of the Office of Management and Budget || Richard Reeves author of 'Daring Young Men'
    • An update on Tiger Woods with Jaime Diaz of 'Golf Digest' || A look into the world of fashion with Cathy Horyn of 'The New York Times,' Millard Drexler, CEO of J. Crew, designer Narciso Rodriguez and Roberta Myers, Editor-in-Chief of ELLE
    • Charlie Rose (May 13, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.13.10
      A look at this weeks events in Europe and beyond with 'New York Times' columnist and Pulitzer Prize winning author, Tom Friedman || Jazz singer Nnenna Freelon
    • Paul Otellini President & CEO Intel Corp || Jenny Sanford discusses her life and new book 'Staying True'
    • 4/7/10
      A look at the play 'Red' with playwright John Logan, Michael Grandage, Director of The Donmar Warehouse, actors Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne || Richard Stengel editor of 'Time' Magazine discusses his book "Mandela's Way: Fifteen Lessons on Life, Love, and Courage"
    • The historical passage of health care reform with Republican Senator from New Hampshire Judd Gregg || Health care reform continued with Democratic Senator from New Mexico Jeff Bingaman || David Grann discusses his book 'The Devil and Sherlock Homes'
    • Charlie Rose (May 4, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.04.10
      New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly on the bomb threat in Times Square ||Tom Watson, Hall of Fame Professional Golfer
    • Charlie Rose (October 24, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 10.24.03
      Angelina Jolie, actress and UN goodwill ambassador, on her film, Beyond Borders. Next, actor William Petersen on his role in the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Finally, Dr. Mehmet Oz of the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia, on his television show Second Opinion with Dr. Oz.
    • Charlie Rose (December 31, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 12.31.03
      First, a rebroadcast from an October 17, 2003 interview with Sir Simon Rattle, the principal and conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, in which he discusses his upcoming performance at Carnegie Hall.||Then, a rebroadcast of a December 5, 2003 interview with opera singer Renee Fleming, in which she speaks about her new compilation from her recording catalogue, Renee Fleming by Request.||Finally, a rebroadcast of an October 3, 2003 interview with Luciano Pavarotti, in which the singer talks about his career and the release of his album, Ti Adoro.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 23, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 10.23.04
      An interview with best-selling author Scott Turow about the death penalty and his book, Ultimate Punishment. Then, actor Robert Downey Jr. discusses his role in the film, The Singing Detective, and his personal life. Finally, Emmy-winning actor and comedian Eddie Izzard talks about his HBO special, Dress to Kill.
    • Charlie Rose (September 5, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 09.05.10
      Charlie Rose has an hour-long discussion with singer, songwriter and actor Bjork. Famed for such albums as Debut, Post and Homogenic, and her award-winning performance in the 2000 film, Dancer in the Dark, Bjork is known for her distinct voice and inventive music. Her latest album is Vespertine.
    • Charlie Rose (September 29, 1994)
      Season 1994 - Episode 09.29.94
      First, Gerry Adams, President of Sinn Fein, the political arm of the Irish Republican Army, discusses the end of the IRA's military role and a united Ireland. Then, actor Tim Robbins talks about his latest movie, The Shawshank Redemption, in which he stars alongside Morgan Freeman.
    • President Obama and President Medvedev signed an historic nuclear arms agreement in Prague. We talk with Vitaly Churkin, Russia's Ambassador to the United Nations on the nature and future of US/Russian relations || Historians on President Obama, with Douglas Brinkley, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Jon Meacham
    • Charlie Rose (May 18, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.18.10
      Jonathan Nelson, CEO Providence Equity Partners || Joel Kotkin, author of 'The Next Hundred Million'
    • Gen. David Patraeus, Commander of the U.S. Central Command || Afghanistan with Dexter Filkins of 'The New York Times' and Greg Jaffe of 'The Washington Post'
    • Charlie Rose (May 5, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.05.10
      A look at the Greek debt crisis and will it spread to other countries. We talk to Martin Wolf from the 'Financial Times' || PBS great Jim Lehrer on his new book about trains called "Super"
    • A preview of the Oscars with A.O. Scott film critic for "The New York Times" and Michael Phillips film critic for the "Chicago Tribune"|| A discussion about Google's book scanning project with cultural historian Robert Darnton, David C. Drummond, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development, Chief Legal Officer at Google and author James Gleickmoreless
    • There was the earnings report about Goldman Sachs today and we will have more about the SEC complaint with Michael Lewis ,author of 'The Big Short', Andrew Ross Sorkin from the new york times and David Boies, Attorney || William Jacobus vanden Heuvel is an attorney, former diplomat, businessman and authormoreless
    • 4/12/10
      James Chanos, President, Kynikos Associates. He is the man who predicted the Enron downfall and now predicting a housing bubble in China. || Stephen Green, Group Chairman of HSBC. His book is called: "Good Value: Reflections on Money, Morality, and an Uncertain World."
    • Ken Auletta, The New Yorker; Mike Allen of 'Politico'; Alan Rusbridger, Editor, The Guardian
    • 3/4/10
      Elizabeth Warren, Chair, The Congressional Oversight Panel || Dick Armey, FreedomWorks Chairman and Former U.S. House Majority Leader
    • 4/29/10
      Actor Michael Caine discusses British politics and his latest film 'Harry Brown' || Former president of Harvard Derek Bok discusses his book 'The Politics of Happiness: What Government can Learn from the New Research on Well-Being'
    • Charlie Rose (May 17, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.17.10
      Jeffrey Katzenberg the CEO of Dreamworks Animation takes us inside the world of 3-D and making movies || Bill McKibben, environmentalist and author has a new book called "Eaarth"
    • Charlie Rose (May 25, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.25.10
      Carl Schramm, President and CEO of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation discusses entrepreneurship and education || Sebastian Junger discusses his book 'War.' The book follows a platoon of American soldiers stationed in Afghanistan
    • Charlie Rose (May 14, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.14.10
      Ramifications of the BP Oil spill. We talk to John Hofmeister, former Shell Oil President now with Citizens for Affordable Energy, Sylvia Earle the Oceanographer with National Geographic, James Tripp from the Environmental Defense Fund, and Steve Wereley from Purdue University|| Carol Burnett who talks about a remarkable career in television. Her new book "This Time Together: Laughter and Reflection"moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 21, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.21.10
      Financial regulation reform with Steven Pearlstein of "The Washington Post" and Andrew Ross Sorkin of "The New York Times" || In the emerging field of synthetic biology and the quest to create syntheitc life, Craig Venter joins to explain how his research team has created man-made DNA in a living organismmoreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 23, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 09.23.05
      Today, Charlie Rose talks with David O'Reilly, the Chairman and CEO of Chevron. Also on the show is actor Viggo Mortensen talking about his new film, A History of Violence.
    • Charlie Rose (May 24, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.24.10
      A look at the life and work of author Stieg Larsson with publishers Eva Gedin and Sonny Mehta
    • Charlie Rose (August 7, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 08.07.06
      First, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion On The State Of Stem Cell Research And The Heated Political Battle Over Federal Funding. Joining Charlie Are Senator Orrin Hatch Who Petitioned President Bush To Ease Restrictions, Eric Cohen, Editor Of "The New Atlantis", Dr. George Daley, Associate Director Of The Stem Cell Program At Boston Children'S Hospital, And David Carmel, Vice President Of Stemcyte. Then, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion On The Search For An Aids Vaccine In Light Of A Major Grant From The Gates Foundation Toward The Cause. Joining The Discussion Are Dr. Nicholas Hellman, The Interim Director Of Hiv, Tb & Reproductive Health At The Gates Foundation As Well As Three Researchers Whose Teams Received Funding, Including Dr. David Ho, Director Of The Aaron Diamond Research Center, Dr. Susan Zolla-Pazner, Director Of Aids Research At The New York Va Medical Center And Dr. Seth Berkley, Founder And President Of The International Aids Vaccine Initiative. The Discussion Focused On The Difficulties In Creating A Vaccine, Why The Disease Has Progressed Differently In The Developed And Developing Worlds And The Outlook For A Breakthrough, Among Other Issues.moreless
    • April 6, 2002
      April 6, 2002
      Season 0 - Episode 1
    • Charlie Rose (November 6, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 11.06.98
      First, Novelist John Updike Discusses His New Book, Bech At Bay, His Latest Installment In The Henry Bech Series Of Novels He Began 16 Years Prior. Then, Richard Lagravenese, The Screenwriter Of Films Such As The Bridges Of Madison County And The Horse Whisperer, Discusses The New Movie He Has Directed, Living Out Loud, Which Stars Holly Hunter, And His Work On The Film Beloved. Finally, Martin Garbus, Renowned First Amendment Lawyer, Discusses His New Book, Tough Talk: How I Fought For Writers, Comics, Bigots, And The American Way, And Recounts Some Of His Well-Known Cases.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 4, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 07.04.01
      An Interview With David Mccullough
    • Charlie Rose (February 17, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 02.17.00
      A Discussion About Dna And Its Impact On The Judicial System; A Conversation With Dave Eggers
    • Charlie Rose (January 18, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 01.18.07
      First, Charlie Talks With Four Of The 2006 Macarthur Fellows, Author George Saunders, Dr. John Rich Of Drexel University, Artist Anna Schuleit And Dr. Atul Gawande Of Brigham And Women'S University. The Conversation Focuses On Their Respective Work And Their Hopes For The Future. Then, Adam Gopnik, Author Of "Paris To The Moon" And Writer For "The New Yorker" Magazine, Talks About His New Book "Through The Children'S Gate: A Home In New York". Finally, Actress Juliette Binoche And Director Anthony Minghella Talk About Their New Film "Breaking And Entering".moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 30, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 05.30.00
      First, The Two Stars Of The Current Production Of Sam Shepard'S True West--Philip Seymour Hoffman & John C. Reilly--On Their Broadway Run. Then, Ben Brantley, Chief Drama Critic For The New York Times Takes A Look At This Year'S Tony Nominees.
    • Charlie Rose (July 31, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 07.31.01
      Pete Peterson, Former Ambassador To Vietnam, Former Pow And Former Congressman, Talks About His Experiences And Shares His Observations About Vietnam. Later, A Conversation With Bill Maher, Host Of The Television Series, Politically Incorrect, A Blend Of A Late-Night Talk Show And A Sunday Morning News Program.
    • Charlie Rose (May 24, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 05.24.06
      On The Occasion Of Prime Minister Of Israel Ehud Olmert'S Visit To Washington Dc, Guest Host Bob Simon Of Cbs Sits Down With A Panel Including Ambassador Afif Safieh Of The Plo Mission In Washington, Professor Rashid Khalidi Of Columbia University And David Makovsky Of The Washington Institute For Near East Policy. Then, A Conversation With The General Manager Of The Metropolitan Opera, Joseph Volpe. He Talks To Bob Simon About His Job And The Upcoming Season At The Met.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 22, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 02.22.99
      Mtv Vjs Carson Daly, Dave Holmes And Jancee Dunn Offer Their Opinions On The Upcoming Grammy Awards, Discuss The Various Nominees, Make Predictions About Who Will Win, And Talk About The Current State Of Pop Music. Then, David Remnick, Elizabeth Kolbert, Hilton Als, And Liz Smith Talk About The Spirit Of New York, Why People Aspire To Live In The City, What Makes It Unique, And The New Yorker.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 8, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 03.08.07
      In Part Two Of A Two-Part Conversation With Martha Raddatz, Chief White House Correspondent For Abc News, Raddatz Discusses Her Experiences Covering The Iraq War And Offers The Untold Stories Of The American Troops She Has Encountered In Her Reporting, As Recounted In Her Book "The Long Road Home: A Story Of War And Family". Then, Actress Queen Latifah Discusses Her New Film, "Life Support", Which Tells The Story Of Anna Wallace, A Former Drug Addict Trying To Rebuild Her Relationship With Her Estranged Daughter.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 31, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 05.31.06
      First, Guest Host And Former White House Counselor Mary Matalin Leads A Discussion On Media Coverage In Iraq With Dan Senor, Former Spokesman For The Coalition Provisional Authority In Iraq, John Berman, Correspondent For Abc News, And Michael Hirsh, Senior Editor Of Newsweek. Then, Julia Sweig Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Talks To Poet Eduardo Galeano About Latin America And His Most Recent Book, Voices Of Time: A Life In Stories.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 19, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 03.19.99
      In An Interview That Originally Aired October 20, 1998, Roberto Benigni Discusses His Multiple Oscar Nominations For The Movie "Life Is Beautiful", The Development Of The Film, And The Decision To Bring Humor To The Subject Of The Holocaust.||Then, In An Interview That Originally Aired July 20, 1998 And July 21, 1998, Tom Hanks Talks About His Oscar- Nominated Performance In "Saving Private Ryan", His Reverence For The Subject Of World War Two, And The Research And Process Of Creating The Film With Steven Spielberg.||Finally, In An Interview That Originally Aired October 30, 1998, Oscar Nominee Edward Norton Discusses White Supremacy, Violence, Hate, Acting, And "American History X".moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 8, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 01.08.03
      White House Communications Director Dan Bartlett On His Role As Adviser To George W. Bush And The President'S Agenda. Also, A Roundtable Discussion About Architecture Proposals For Ground Zero With Architects Charles Gwathmey, Steven Holl, Peter Eisenman, And Richard Meier.
    • Charlie Rose (January 2, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 01.02.01
      First, Thomas Friedman Of The New York Times Weighs In On The Peace Talks Between President Clinton And Palestinian Prime Minister Yasser Arafat. Also, An Interview With The Palestinian Ambassador To The United Nations, Nasser Al-Kidwa, On The Progress Of The Negotiations. Finally, A Remembrance Of The Actor Jason Robards With The Actress Zoe Caldwell Reading From Eugene O'Neill.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 5, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 08.05.04
      Remembering Henri Cartier-Bresson, French Photographer And Global Icon, With Richard Avedon Of The New Yorker Followed By A Conversation With Charlie Rose And Bresson From July 6, 2000 From Paris.
    • A Conversation With Governor Haley Barbour Of Mississippi. || A Discussion About Picasso, Braque And Early Film In Cubism With Arne Glimcher, Chairman Of Pace Wildenstein Gallery And Curator Bernice Rose.
    • Charlie Rose (February 14, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 02.14.02
      A Discussion About The Enron Scandal; A Discussion About Slobodan Milosevic'S Trial; An Interview With James Sanders; An Interview With Pat Croce
    • Charlie Rose (September 18, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 09.18.02
      Florida Senator Bob Graham, Chairman Of The Intelligence Committee, Discusses The Release Of A Joint Congressional Committee Report About Intelligence Before 9/11 And Failure To Recognize A Pattern In The Information That May Have Prevented The Attacks. Then, Filmmaker Ron Howard And Astronaut Jim Lovell Discuss The Film Apollo 13 Which Is Being Re-Released In Imax Theatres. Finally, Author Salman Rushdie On His Career And His Latest Work Of Non-Fiction, Step Across This Line, A Collection Of Essays, Speeches And Opinion Pieces From The Last 10 Years.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 7, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 09.07.06
      First, Ted Koppel Discusses His Documentary "The Price Of Secuirty," Which Examines The Post-9/11 Environment And The Balance Between National Security And Civil Liberties. Then, The New Editor Of Time Magazine, Richard Stengel, And The New Editor Of Newsweek, Jon Meacham, Discuss Their Roles And The Future Of Their Publications And The Magazine Industry.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 16, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 03.16.04
      A Discussion About The Iraq War After One Year With Terry Mccarthy, La Bureau Chief For Time Magazine, Bob Woodruff, Jim Sciutto And Gary Langer Of Abc News, And Romesh Ratnesar, The World Editor Of Time Magazine. Next, A Conversation With Desmond Tutu About The World'S Underprivileged And His New Book, God Has A Dream, A Vision Of Hope For Our Time.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 30, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 05.30.97
      Charlie Speaks To Actor Michael Richards, Who Plays Cosmo Kramer On Seinfeld, About The Pressures Of Belonging To A Successful Television Ensemble. Next, Charlie Speaks With Former Secretary General Of The United Nations Boutros Boutros-Ghali About His Account Of The Egypt-Israeli Peace Treaty Of 1979. The Book He Has Written About The Treaty Is Entitled, Egypt'S Road To Jerusalem. Finally, Charlie Speaks To Journalist Hector Feliciano About His New Book, The Lost Museum That Looks At Looting Of Art From Galleries By The Nazis.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 17, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 08.17.04
      A Discussion With Dennis Ross, Former U.S. Envoy To The Middle East, About The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict And His Book The Missing Peace: The Inside Story Of The Fight For Middle East Peace. Next, Gary Hart, Former U.S. Senator And Advisor To John Kerry'S Presidential Campaign, Talks About Homeland Security And The Need For A Broad Strategy To Keep America Safe.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 14, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 03.14.06
      Jeffrey Gettleman Of The New York Times Offers Update On Iraq From Baghdad. Then, With Approval Polls In The Low 30S, David Brooks, Columnist For The New York Times, Mike Allen Of Time Magazine, And Republican Strategist Ed Rollins Reflect On The State Of The Bush Administration. Finally, Prominent New York Attorney Eddie Hayes Discusses His New Book "Mouthpiece."moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 25, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 07.25.05
      From Paris, Charlie Rose Talks To Olivier Roy Of Paris'S National Center For Scientific Research. His Book Is Called Globalized Islam: The Search For A New Ummah. Also, Clarium Capital Management President Peter Thiel.
    • Charlie Rose (February 19, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 02.19.98
      First, Richard Murphy Of The Council On Foreign Relations And James Woolsey, Former Director Of Central Intelligence Share Two Different Perspectives On The Conflict Between The Us And Iraq And Kofi Annan'S Efforts To Achieve A Diplomatic Resolution. Then, Talented Fashion Designer Marc Jacobs Speaks About, Despite His Reputation As America'S Bad Boy Of Fashion, Being Hired As The Artistic Director At Louis Vuitton And Currently Designing Their First-Ever Ready-To-Wear Collection. Finally, Writer D. M Thomas Discusses His New Biography Of Influential Writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Entitled, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, A Century In His Life.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 8, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 06.08.99
      First, Mike Meyers Is On To Talk About The Sequel To His Hit Film Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery. The Next Installment In The Psychedelic Series Is Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, And Also Stars Heather Graham, Michael York, Seth Green And Elizabeth Hurley. Then, A Conversation With Thomas Middelhoff Who Is The Head Of Bertelsmann, One Of The Three Largest Media Companies In The World. Middelhoff Talks About The Future Of His Business And The Impact The Internet Is Having And Will Continue To Have On The International Business World. Finally, Sociologist Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot Of Harvard University Is On To Talk About Her Latest Book, Respect. She Considers The Impact Of Human Respect As An Essential Quality In Personal, Public, Intimate, Educational And Professional Relationships.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 24, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 06.24.03
      The Chief Un Weapons Inspector, Hans Blix, Speaks About The Search For Weapons Of Mass Destruction In Iraq And The Ensuing War. Later, The Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki Discusses His Documentary About A Family Torn Apart By Allegations Of Child Molestation, Capturing The Friedmans.
    • Charlie Rose (March 4, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 03.04.04
      A Conversation With Chris Patten, Commissioner For External Affairs At The Eu, About Transatlantic Relations, The Middle East And The Influential Rise Of China. Also, Martin Smith, Producer And Correspondent For The Pbs Program Frontline, Discusses His New Film, Beyond Baghdad, Which Takes A Close Look At The Religious And Ethnic Divisions In Iraq. Finally, Paul Auster Discusses His Latest Novel, Oracle Night.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 2, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 09.02.03
    • Charlie Rose (September 2, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 09.02.02
      Two Filmmakers Who Are Behind Some Of The Year'S Most Successful And Profound Entertainment.||First, An Interview From December 28, 2002, With Director Ron Howard Discusses His Work On The Best Picture Academy Award Nominated A Beautiful Mind. Howard Talks About The Incredible Story That Drives The Film And How He Came To Be Interested In The Life Of Schizophrenic Mathematician John Nash.||Then, An Interview That Aired On Ferbruary 22, 2002, With Peter Jackson On His Epic Film, The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring, Which Has Already Grossed $800 Million At The Box Office.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 16, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 09.16.97
      Former Al Gore Chief Of Staff Roy Neel, Political Strategist Ed Rollins & The New Yorker Washington Correspondent Joe Klein Talk To Charlie About Al Gore'S Campaign Finance Controversy. Next, Journalists Rick Martin, Steven Reddicliffe & Ken Tucker Tell Charlie About New Fall Tv Shows. The Line-Up Includes, Veronica'S Closet, Nothing Sacred, The Gregory Hines Show And Dellaventura. Finally, Flutist And Cbs Sunday Morning Arts Correspondent Eugenia Zukerman Shares Her Story Of Lung Illness In Her Book, Coping With Prednisone.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 14, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 02.14.07
      First, Ban Ki-Moon, The New Secretary General Of The United Nations, Discusses Reform In The United Nations, And It'S Role In Iraq Next, Mike Leavitt, The Secretary Of Health And Human Services, Discusses The Possibility Of A Global Flu Pandemic, What The United States Is Doing To Prepare For Such An Event And The Role The Public Can Play In Response. Finally, Dog Handler Kellie Fitzgerald And David Frei, Of The Westminster Kennel Club, Introduce James, An English Springer Spaniel, Winner Of Best In Show At The 2007 Westminster Dog Show.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 26, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 01.26.04
      Looking Ahead To The Decisive New Hampshire Primary, A Conversation With Mark Halperin Of Abc News And Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times. Also, Henry Louis Gates Jr. Or Harvard University Discusses His New Book, America Behind The Color Line: Dialogues With African-Americans, Which Will Be Followed By A Documentary Of The Same Name To Be Aired On Pbs. The Book Deals With The New Problems With Race In America, Specifically The Issue Of Economics. Finally, The Military And West Point With David Lipsky Who Has A New Book, Absolutely American, Which Follows One West Point Cadet Class From Their Arrival At School To Their Graduation.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 11, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 11.11.04
      Mike Wallace Of 60 Minutes Talks About His Experiences With Yasser Arafat, Whom He Interviewed At Least Five Times Over The Years. Then, New York Times Columnist Thomas L. Friedman Talks About The Possibility That Arafat May Do More For Peace In Death Than He Did In Life. Said Arikat, Washington Bureau Chief Of Al-Quds, Talks About The Life And Death Of Yasser Arafat From His Perspective. Also, Bill O'Reilly, Host Of The O'Reilly Factor On Fox News Channel, Talks About His New Book, The O'Reilly Factor For Kids, His Role In The Media, The Recent Accusations Against Him, And How The Internet Has Changed America.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 25, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 10.25.06
      First, Peter Baker Of "The Washington Post" And Leslie Gelb, Former President Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Discuss President Bush'S Speech On Iraq Policy. Then, Robert Kagan, A Senior Associate Of The Carnegie Endowment For Peace And A Monthly Columnist For "The Washington Post," Discusses His New Book, "Dangerous Nation."moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 15, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 04.15.04
      The Broadcast Opens With A Consideration Of The Understanding Between President Bush And The Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. Shibli Telhami Of The University Of Maryland And Yossi Beilin, Former Israeli Minister Of Justice, Join Charlie In The Studio For The Discussion. Then, Charlie Talks With Kate Winslet And Michael Gondry About Their Film, Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind. The Evening Concludes With Helen Mirren, The Star Of Prime Suspect.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 17, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 09.17.01
      In Honor Of The Re-Opening Of The Stock Market After The September 11Th Attacks, Charlie Rose Talks With Henry Paulson Jr., Chairman And Ceo Of Goldman Sachs, And John J. Mack, Ceo Of Credit Suisse First Boston. They Discuss Financial Recovery After The Acts Of Terrorism. Next, Sen. John Mccain Talks About The Preparations For War After The Attacks.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 8, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 11.08.06
      First, Charlie Discusses The Resignation Of Secretary Of Defense Donald Rumsfeld With Former White House Chief Of Staff Andrew Card. Then, Charlie Is Joined By Illinois Congressman Rahm Emanuel For A Discussion Of The Democratic Victory In The House Of Representatives. Finally, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion Of The Impact Of The 2006 Midterm Elections With Howard Fineman Of "Newsweek," Former Chief Of Staff Of President Reagan, Ken Duberstein, Jill Abramson Of The "New York Times," And Mark Halperin Of Abc News.moreless
    • A Conversation With The Former U.K. Ambassador To The United Nations And Former Special Envoy To Iraq, Sir Jeremy Greenstock. || A Conversation With Saad Eskander, Director Of Iraq National Library And Archive. || A Conversation With Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison From Texas.
    • Charlie Rose (April 8, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 04.08.98
      First, Joseph Califano Of The National Center On Addiction And Substance Abuse, Jacob Sullum, Editor At Reason Magazine And Author Of For Your Own Good, Gary Black, Tobacco Analyst For Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. , And Richard Blumenthal, The Attorney General Of Connecticut, Discuss The Surprising Decision By Some Major Tobacco Companies To Forego Settlements Or Negotiations With Congress Over Proposed Restrictive Laws. Then, Ruth Reichl, A Restaurant And Food Critic For The New York Times, Discusses Why And How She Became A Food Writer And Her Memoir, Tender To The Bone.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 14, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 06.14.06
      Earlier Today, President Bush Held A Press Conference In Washington About His Surprise Visit On Monday To Baghdad To See The New Iraqi Government. John Burns, The New York Times Bureau Chief In Baghdad, Discusses The Impact Of President Bush'S Visit, As Well As Al-Zarqawi'S Death. Since The Release Of His First Novel In 1959, John Updike Has Published More Than 50 Books, As Well As Many Essays, Reviews, Poetry, Criticism And Short Stories. His Work Has Earned Him The Pulitzer Prize, The National Book Award, The American Book Award And The National Book Critics Circle Award. Updike Sits Down With Charlie To Talk About His New Novel Terrorist.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 6, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 08.06.96
      First, Donald Rumsfeld, talks about his work on Bob Dole's presidential campaign. Then, Harry Smith of the CBS special Who's Getting Rich and Why Aren't You?, Louis Uchitelle, economic reporter for The New York Times and secretary of labor, Robert Reich discuss the down-sizing of the middle class in America. Finally, the band Hootie and the Blowfish discuss the success of their debut album, Cracked Rear View, and their latest effort, Fair Weather Johnson.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 13, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 02.13.02
      A Discussion About Regime Change In Iraq; A Conversation About The Westminster Dog Show; A Discussion About The Pursuit Of Happiness
    • A Discussion About Trade With British Commissioner Of The European Union For Trade, Peter Mandelson. || A Conversation With Soprano Natalie Dessay About Lucia Di Lammermoor.
    • Charlie Rose (October 13, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 10.13.95
      First, essayist and author Gore Vidal discusses his latest book, Palimpsest, which is a memoir. He also talks about acting in the new movie, The Shadow Conspiracy, which co-stars Charlie Sheen. Then, a conversation with Former White House Press Secretary Pierre Salinger on a lifetime in politics and journalism and his book, P.S.: A Memoir.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 22, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 09.22.04
      A Discussion About Charter Schools With Joel Klein, The Chancellor Of The New York City School System And Darcia Toll, One Of The Founders Of Amistad, A Successful Charter School Which Was The Subject Of A Pbs Documentary. Next, Charlie Speaks With Petros Molyviatas, Foreign Minister Of Greece About Europe And The Battle Against Terrorism. The Program Concludes With The Second Part Of Charlie'S Conversation About Transatlantic Relations With Chris Patten.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 15, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 09.15.98
      First, William Bennett, Co-Director Of Empower America, Discusses His New Book, The Death Of Outrage, Which Criticizes Clinton'S "Assault On American Ideals." Then, Conan O'Brien Discusses His Replacement Of David Letterman On Nbc'S Late Night, The Increasing Success Of His Talk Show, Late Night With Conan O'Brien, And His First Prime-Time Television Special. Finally, Howell Raines, Hailing From Alabama And The Editorial Page Editor Of The New York Times, Discusses The Death And Legacy Of Alabama Governor George Wallace.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 9, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 08.09.99
      First, Stephen Cohen Of New York University And Steven Solnick Of Columbia University Weigh In On Boris Yeltsin'S Recent Dismissal Of The Russian Prime Minister, Sergei Stepashin. Solnick Is Also The Author Of Stealing The State: Control And Collapse In Soviet Insitutions. Next, An Interview With Actress Halle Berry. Berry Discusses Her New Film Playing Dorothy Dandrige, In Which She Plays The Title Role. Last, The Chief Curator Of Architecture And Design At The Museum Of Modern Art, Terrence Riley, Talks About An Exhibit At The Museum Called The Un-Private House.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 11, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 11.11.98
      First, Madeleine Albright, The Secretary Of State, Discusses The Current Tensions Between Iraq And The Political Community Of The World In Light Of The Possibility That Hussein Is Harboring Weapons. She Describes The United States' Options In Dealing With A Potential Conflict. Then, James Chace Discusses His New Book, Acheson, About Dean Acheson, The Powerful American Political Figure And Diplomat Known For His Policy-Forming Work After Wwii And During The Cold War.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 31, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 03.31.97
      Criminal Defense Attorney Lynne Stewart And Journalist Patrick Cole Discuss The Trial Of Oklahoma City Bomber Timothy Mcveigh. The Trial Began Today. Plus, Author David Remnick Talks About Russian Politics And The Current Standing Of Boris Yeltsin.
    • Charlie Rose (June 17, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 06.17.05
      An Update On North Korea With Bob Woodruff Of Abc News, Who Recently Returned From The Country. Then, Arthur Brown, Former Cia East Asia Division Chief.
    • Charlie Rose (November 27, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 11.27.00
      A Conversation With Chris Matthews About Gore Vs. Bush; A Conversation With Stuart Taylor About The Florida Ballots; A Conversation With Frank Rich
    • Charlie Rose (February 10, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 02.10.05
      First, A Brief Conversation With Senator Edward Kennedy. For The Remainder Of The Evening, A Remembrance Of Actor And Playwright Ossie Davis.
    • Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates An Hour With John Mccain
    • Charlie Rose (October 20, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 10.20.95
      First, Robert MacNeil, executive editor of The MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour, talks with Charlie about his last appearance on the broadcast. Then, Chicago Bulls Head Coach Phil Jackson discusses his new book, Sacred Hoops: Spiritual Lessons of a Hardwood Warrior, Michael Jordan and working again. Finally, a conversation with film director William Friedkin, who was responsible for The Exorcist and The French Connection, about his new film, Jade.moreless
    • A Conversation With Kurt Andersen About His Book "Reset: How This Crisis Can Restore Our Values And Renew America" || A Look At The Film "Cold Souls" With Paul Giamatti And Sophie Barthes || A Conversation With Peter Levene, Chairman, Lloyd'S Of London
    • Charlie Rose (September 8, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 09.08.00
      A Discussion With Richard Berke And Ronald Brownstein About George W. Bush'S Presidential Campaign; A Conversation With E.J. Dionne About George Bush; A Conversation With Bill Moyers
    • Charlie Rose (March 23, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 03.23.07
      First, "New York Times" Correspondent John Burns Offers His Perspective On The War In Iraq, With A Look At The Consequences Of Troop Withdrawal, Reports Of Possible Contracts With Insurgents, And The Role Of The Troops Surge In The Continuing Crisis.||Then, A Conversation With Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger About The Future Of American Foreign Policy, The Lessons That Can Be Learned From Iraq, And The Need For A New World Order.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 4, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 04.04.05
      A Discussion About The Law With Attorney David Boies. Also, Philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy Talks About His Journey Across America, Documented In The Atlantic Monthly.
    • Charlie Rose (February 14, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 02.14.01
      A Discussion About The Science And Ethics Of Human Cloning. Arthur Caplan Of The University Of Pennsylvania, Brian Alexander Of Wired Magazine, Cell Biologist Gerald Schatten, And Rudolph Jaenisch Of Mit All Weigh In On The Possibilities Of The Technology.
    • Charlie Rose (June 6, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 06.06.97
      A Discussion About "Chicago," The Broadway Musical. Charlie Speaks With Director Walter Bobbie And Actors Ann Reinking, Joel Grey And James Naughton About The Play That Tells The Story Of A Wife Accused Of Murdering Her Husband. The Group Discusses How This Production Differs From Bob Fosse'S Version Of Chicago In 1975 (From January 9, 1997).||Plus, A Conversation With Actress Janet Mcteer Talks About Her Role As Nora In Ibsen'S A Doll'S House (From April,. 30, 1997).moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 13, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 09.13.96
      First, a discussion on male menopause, the turning of men to medicine to slow age related changes, with Geoffrey Cowley, author of a Newsweek cover story on the topic, Dr. Robert Bulter of Mr. Sinai Medical Center, Dr. William Roster of St. Luke's Hospital, and Dr. William Regelson of the Medical College of Virginia. Then, actor Jeffrey Wright speaks about winning a Tony Award for his role in Tony Kushner's Angels in America, and his first lead role in a feature film, as Da Voice in Bring in Da Noise, Bring in Da Funk. Finally, jazz vocalist Jon Hendricks and Wynton Marsalis discuss jazz music and the opening of the new season of Jazz at Lincoln Center.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 11, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 04.11.05
      Charlie Rose Talks To Ashraf Qazi, The United Nations Special Representative To Iraq About The Future Of The Country And The Role Of The United Nations. Then, Blogger Juan Cole Of The University Of Michigan Talks With Charlie About Iraq And The Middle East. Also, Actress Lauren Bacall Reflects On Her Life And Her New Memoir, By Myself, And Then Some.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 29, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 03.29.04
      Michael Elliot, The Editor At Large For Time Magazine, Talks About Condoleezza Rice'S Appearance On 60 Minutes And Her Apparent Apprehension To Testify Publicly Before The 9/11 Commission. Also, A Conversation About The Genocide In Rwanda Ten Years Later With Greg Barker, Gregory Alex, Samantha Power, Bonaventure Niyibizi.
    • As President Obama leaves China tomorrow we have an assessment of his visit with Nicholas Burns, former diplomat, Jim Fallows of the Atlantic Monthly and Elizabeth Economy from the Council on Foreign Relations || French Chef Eric Ripert of the New York City restaurant Le Bernadin || An appreciation of James Lilley who died November 12, 2009 in Washington, DC) he was an American diplomat who served as United States Ambassador to China at the time of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989moreless
    • Charlie Rose with Bono (December 31, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 12.31.01
      Charlie Rose spends an hour in this rebroadcast of an interview that originally aired on June 21, 2001, with lead singer and song writer of the band U2, Bono. They discuss the group's overwhelming success since their inception in the late 1970s, their most recent sold-out tour, and Grammy-award winning album, All That You Can't Leave Behind. Bono also talks with Charlie about his concern for society and his dedication to philanthropy.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 7, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 06.07.02
      Actor Alan Rickman talks about his performance on the Broadway stage in Noel Coward's comedy, Private Lives. Next, writer and Yale professor Stephen L. Carter shares his new novel, The Emperor of Ocean Park.
    • Charlie Rose (January 14, 2000)
      Season 2001 - Episode 01.14.00
      Actress Winona Ryder is on to talk about her role in the new film, Girl, Interrupted, which is adapted from Susanna Kaysen's 1993 best-selling memoir. Ryder talks about the effort she put into getting the film made and why she feels that Kaysen's story was a necessary one to tell. Also, Angelina Jolie stars alongside Ryder in Girl, Interrupted. She talks about her recent work in the film The Bone Collector, other roles she has loved and her strong connection to her character Lisa from Girl, Interrupted.moreless
    • A look at Afghanistan with General Jack Keane || Ingrid Betancourt discusses her memoir 'Even Silence has an End - My Six Years of Captivity in the Colombian Jungle,' the book chronicles Betancourt's six years as a hostage of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia known as FARC
    • Paul Krugman, The New York Times || NBA Free Agency analysis with Chris Broussard of ESPN, Henry Abbott NBA blogger, Jonathan Abrams of 'The New York Times' and Jim Gray || An appreciation of Sen. Robert Byrd
    • Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google || 'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' with director Oliver Stone and actors Josh Brolin and Shia Labeouf
    • 7/22/10
      On Episode Ten of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, a conversation about neurological disorders with John Donoghue of Brown University, Mahlon Delong of Emory University, Nancy Bonini of the University of Pennsylvania, John Krakauerof Columbia University, and Eric Kandel of Columbia University
    • Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News discusses a special Dateline hour 'Hurricane Katrina: The First Five Days' and what's happening in now New Orleans five years after the devastation of Hurricane Katrina || Observations of the Obama Presidency with two former White House Chiefs of Staff John Podesta & Ken Dubersteinmoreless
    • John Micklethwait, editor-in-chief of "The Economist"; John F. Burns of 'The New York Times' discusses the challenges facing David Cameron's new government
    • Retired United States Coast Guard admiral Thad Allen on the oil cleanup in the Gulf || A look at the US Senate with William Cohen, George Packer and Al Hunt
    • Peter Mandelson, British Labour Party politician and author of 'The Third Man: Life at the Heart of New Labour'; Tariq Ramadan, Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at St. Anthony's College, Oxford University
    • Charlie Rose (August 29, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 08.29.01
      "In this rebroadcast of an interview from September 9, 2000, actress Catherine Deneuve talks about her 40 year career as a cultural icon for her native France and her latest film Dancer in the Dark, which teams her up with controversial director Lars von Trier.||Then, actress Charlotte Rampling talks about her role in the new film Signs and Wonders in a rebroadcast of a conversation from January 25, 2001.||Also, a rebroadcast of an interview from February 22, 2001, with the actress and director Liv Ullman on her relationship with Ingmar Bergman and new film, Faithless."moreless
    • A look at yesterday's Primary Elections with Mark Halperin & Vin Weber || Angela Ahrendts, CEO of Burberry || Annie Cohen-Solal, French academic, writer, historian, and biographer discusses her gook 'Leo and His Circle: The Life of Leo Castelli'
    • Charlie Rose (December 7, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 12.07.99
      Two different looks at the world of architecture. First, British architect Richard Rogers shares his book of designs titled Richard Rogers, Complete Works Volume 1 and discusses his collaboration with Renzo Piano on the Pompidou Center in Paris. Then, American architect Steven Holl shows some of his work, including the award-winning Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum in Finland.moreless
    • Peter Baker of 'The New York Times' discusses his profile of President Obama called 'The Education of a President' ||Maestro Valery Gergiev discusses conducting Mussorgsky's 'Boris Gudnov' at the Metropolitan Opera and performing Mahler's symphonies at Carnegie Hall
    • Charlie Rose (November 16, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 11.16.06
      First, a conversation with actor Daniel Craig about his role as James Bond in the new film "Casino Royale."IIThen, a conversation with Chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, Sheldon Adelson, about his career as an entrepreneur, the future of his gambling developments in Macau, and his funding of the Adelson Medical Reseach Foundation.IIFinally, a conversation with Alex Trebek about his career as the host of "Jeopardy."moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 2, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 10.02.06
      Charlie sits down with Elizabeth Edwards, wife of former Democratic vice-presidential candidate John Edwards, for a conversation of her new memoir "Saving Graces". Edwards discusses her family, her fight with cancer and the possibility of the returning to the campaign trail in 2008. Then, Charlie discusses the new film "The Queen" with its star, Helen Mirren, and director, Stephen Frears. The film explores the British monarchy in the days following the death of Princess Diana through eyes of Queen Elizabeth II.moreless
    • China's Economy with James Fallows of 'The Atlantic Monthly' and Stephen Roach, senior executive with Morgan Stanley || 'The Tillman Story' with director Amir Bar-Lev and narrator Josh Brolin
    • Abdullah Gül, President of the Republic of Turkey || Salam Fayyad, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority
    • A continued look at President Obama and what lies ahead with John Harris, editor in chief for 'Politico' || Author Martin Amis discusses his latest book 'The Pregnant Widow,' his career and his friend and fellow author Christopher Hitchens
    • Richard Holbrooke, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan || A look at Lebanon with Robert Worth Baghdad correspondent for 'The New York Times' and Middle East affairs expert Octavia Nasr
    • Sebastián Piñera, President of Chile || A look at Iran with Haleh Esfandiari of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Farnaz Fassihi of 'The Wall St. Journal,' Abbas Milani of Stanford University and Karim Sadjadpour of The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
    • Melody Barnes, White House Domestic Policy Adviser || Big wave surfer Laird Hamilton & author Susan Casey discuss their book "The Wave"
    • 10/11/10
      Andrew Sullivan, Senior Editor of 'The Atlantic' || A look at the documentary 'Budrus' with Queen Noor of Jordan & director Julia Bacha
    • A look at this week's 'Time' magazine cover story with Joe Klein and Rick Stengel. The story is about a young Afghan woman who fled abusive in-laws and was later caught and punished by the Taliban || David Rubenstein co-founder of The Carlyle Group
    • Tung Chee-hwa, Chairman of China-United States Exchange Foundation and Vice Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Politics Consultative Conference. || Sukhbaatar Batbold; Prime Minister of Mongolia
    • A look at the film 'Secretariat' with actors Diane Lane and John Malkovich || A look at the film 'It's Kind of a Funny Story' with actor Zach Galifianakis
    • Steven Rattner author of "Overhaul: An Insider's Account of the Obama Administration's Emergency Rescue of the Auto Industry" || Michael Eisner, founder of the Tornante Company and former CEO of The Walt Disney Company
    • Author David Grossman on his book "To the End of the Land" || Author Isabel Wilkerson discusses her book "The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America's Great Migration"
    • Film producer Jerry Bruckheimer, discusses "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" || A look at the film "The Kids Are All Right" with director Lisa Cholodenko and actors Julianne Moore & Mark Ruffalo
    • Rep. Paul Ryan, Wisconsin (R) discusses his bill to cut Federal debt by partly dismantling Social Security and Medicare; Andrew Ross Sorkin of 'The New York Times' on financial regulation
    • Charlie Rose - Peter Orszag (September 14, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 09.14.10
      Peter Orszag, Former Director, Office Of Management & Budget
    • Charlie Rose (January 12, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 01.12.07
      Charlie sits down with actor Kiefer Sutherland to discuss the debut of the sixth season of his hit show "24". Sutherland discusses the show's enduring popularity and the prospects for his character, Jack Bauer, following his release from a Chinese prison. Then, Charlie hosts a panel discussion on the rise of Pentecostalism, especially in Latino communities, with David Gonzalez of the New York Times, author Richard Rodriguez and Dale Irvin, dean of the New York Theological Seminary.moreless
    • Afghanistan with two reporters from the New York Times, Jane Perlez and Eric Schmitt || David Remnick and Roger Angell on the New Yorker anthology of sports writing || 'Dinner for Schmucks' with actors Paul Rudd, Steve Carell and director Jay Roach
    • Jimmy Carter, Former President of the United States || A look at 'The Social Network' with director David Fincher and screenwriter Aaron Sorkin
    • A look at the debate over Arizona's immigration law with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and Stuart Taylor contributuing editor for 'Newsweek' and 'National Journal' || Jeff Bezos, Founder & CEO,
    • Chris Van Hollen, Democratic Representative from Maryland and Al Hunt of Bloomberg News discuss Congress and the 61st Speaker of the House, John Boehner || David Brooks of 'The New York Times' and Al Hunt of Bloomberg News on John Boehner|| Actor Robert Duvall and his latest film 'Get Low'
    • A look at the new Congress with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Senator Judd Gregg, Gillian Tett of the 'Financial Times' and Rep. Thaddeus McCotter || An update on Afghanistan with the 'New York Times' Kabul Bureau Chief Alissa Rubin and Deputy Bureau Chief Rod Norland
    • President Obama's speech in Tucson with Sean Wilentz of Princeton University, journalist George Packer & Ross Douthat of 'The New York Times' || Singer-songwriter and author Patti Smith discusses her memoir 'Just Kids' about her life with artist Robert Mapplethorpe
    • 7/7/10
      David Mamet; award winning playwright; screenwriter; director and author discusses his Broadway play "Race" || Joan Rivers discusses the documentary about her life and work; "Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work"
    • A rebroadcast of The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. (April 4, 2008) with Tom Brokaw, John Hope Franklin, James Clyburn and Dr. Beverly Tatum || A look at Tunisia with Taoufik Ben Amor of Columbia University & Malika Zeghal of Harvard University || Alan Riding on his book 'And the Show Went On: Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris'moreless
    • Tonight while Charlie is on assignment in Indonesia, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News hosts a discussion about President Obama and Libya with Senator Jack Reed, Senator John McCain, Julianna Goldman, Chief White House Correspondent for Bloomberg News, David Ignatius of 'The Washington Post,' Doyle McManus, Washington columnist for 'The Los Angeles Times' || Howard Schultz, chairman and CEO of Starbucks on his book 'Onward: How Starbucks Fought for Its Life without Losing Its Soul'moreless
    • A look at the relationship between China and the United States with Zbigniew Brzezinski former National Security advisor in the Carter Administration || The Middle East and the stalemate in the peace process with Rashid Khalidi of Columbia University & Aluf Benn, Editor-at-Large for 'Haaretz' || David Carr of 'The New York Times' on the digital media landscape for 2011moreless
    • We continue to look at the tragedy in Tucson with David Remnick of the 'New Yorker,' James Fallows of 'The Atlantic,' David Brooks of 'The New York Times' || Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman of Columbia University and Roger Depue former Chief FBI Behavavioral Sciences Unit and founder of The Academy Group on the tragedy in Tucson, Arizona and Jared Lee Loughnermoreless
    • Wu Jianmin, Vice Chairman of the China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy || A look at Hu Jintao's visits to Washington D.C. with Richard McGregor of the 'Financial Times,' David Leonhardt of 'The New York Times' & Cheng Li of The Brookings Institution|| Author Garry Trudeau discusses his book '40: A Doonesbury Retrospective'moreless
    • From Cairo Max Rodenbeck of 'The Economist' || David Ignatius of 'The Washington Post' and Michele Dunne of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace || Austan Goolsbee, Chairman, Council Of Economic Advisors || Super Bowl 45 Preview with Boomer Esiason
    • Charlie Rose coverage from Cairo with Roger Cohen of 'The New York Times' and Hafez al-Mirazi ofThe American University in Cairo || From Cairo with Emad Shahin of Notre Dame & protester Aly Alah
    • David Sanger of "The New York Times" discusses the mysterious case of Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri who disappeared last year after a pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia || A look at Haiti six months after the earthquake with Dr. Irwin Redlener of Columbia University's National Center for Disaster Preparedness and Deborah Sontag of "The New York Times" || Appreciation of famed New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner who died today at 80. Bill Madden, sportswriter for the New York Daily News and author of "Steinbrenner: The Last Lion of Baseball" and Dave Anderson of "The New York Times" put his career in contextmoreless
    • 1/20/11
      Susan Rice, US Ambassador to the United Nations and member of President Obama's Cabinet and the National Security Council discusses the work of the United Nations and the significance of Sudan Referendum || Jim Nantz of CBS Sports on this weekends NFL Conference Championship games
    • President Obama's speech in Tucson || Karen Armstrong on her book 'The Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life'
    • Charlie Rose (July 19, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 07.19.01
      Harold Pinter considers this year's Lincoln Center Festival's celebration of his work as a playwright, an actor, a director and a screenwriter. Nine of his twenty-nine plays and eight of his numerous films will be presented during the festival in a series called The Spaces Between the Words. Later, journalist Mitch Albom talks about the continuing success of his 1997 book, Tuesdays with Morrie, which is about his relationship with a dying college professor.moreless
    • Ethan Bronner of 'The New York Times' reports from Bahrain || Middle East update with Robert Malley of the International Crisis Group, Zalmay Khalilzad of the Center for Strategic and International Studies and John Negroponte, former Director of National Intelligence & former U.S. Deputy Secretary of State
    • Moroccan Foreign Minister Taieb Fassi-Fihri || Director Julian Schnabel and writer Rula Jebreal on the film 'Miral'
    • Lebanese UN Ambassador Nawaf Salam & French UN Ambassador Gerard Araud || Benard Henri-Levy reports from Paris || Jon Lee Anderson of the "The New Yorker" reports from Benghazi || David Kirkpatrick of 'The New York TImes' reports from Tripoli || Ray Kurzweil and Barry Ptolemy on the film 'Transcendent Man'moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 11, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 05.11.98
      First, George Will, syndicated columnist and author of Bunts, speaks about baseball history and Clinton's presidency. Then, Johnny Depp and Terry Gilliam, director, discuss their new movie, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and the author the book the film is based on, Hunter S. Thompson. Finally, Wei Jingsheng, Chinese dissident, speaks about the Communist Part and human rights in China.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 11, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 05.11.00
      First, a conversation with conservative icon, columnist and long-time host of Firing Line William F. Buckley, Jr., whose most recent project is a collection of speeches from the last half century called Let Us Talk of Many Things. Later, Jim Lehrer, host of The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, on his latest novel, The Special Prisoner, which tells a story of a former POW who must confront his tortured past and is number six on the bestseller list.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 5, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 12.05.03
      First, a conversation with French author and philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy about the transatlantic alliance and America's position in the world. Also, Australian actor Hugh Jackman discusses his starring role in the Broadway musical, The Boy from Oz. Finally, opera singer Renee Fleming speaks about her new compilation from her recording catalogue, Renee Fleming by Request.moreless
    • Richard Armitage, former Deputy Secretary of State || Violinist Itzhak Perlman on his own career as a performer, a teacher, and a conductor
    • 3/1/11
      Amy Chua author of 'Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother' || Gita Wirjawan, Chairman of Indonesia's investment coordinating board
    • 3/3/11
      Bob Iger, President and CEO of the Walt Disney Company || Abbas Milani of Stanford University on his book 'The Shah'
    • Congresswoman Barbara Lee about her life, her inspirations and the role she has played in American politics || Jay Bilas of ESPN on the NCAA basketball tournament|| Barton Biggs of Traxis Partners on his book "A Hedge Fund Tale of Reach and Grasp...or what's a Heaven for?"
    • Rep. Keith Ellison on Congressman Peter King's hearings on Muslims in America || A look at the play 'Driving Miss Daisy' with playwright Alfred Uhry and actors Vanessa Redgrave, James Earl Jones and Boyd Gaines
    • Richard Engel of NBC News reports from Libya || Rep. Barney Frank on The Dodd-Frank bill || Former Microsoft CTO Nathan Myhrvold on the science of cooking and his 6 Volume book: 'Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking'
    • Afghanistan report with veteran United Nations envoy and advisor Lakhdar Brahimi & former United States ambassador Thomas Pickering || Jay Bilas & Willie Geist on the NCAA 'Sweet Sixteen' || Rula Jebreal on her book "Miral"
    • Trey Parker & Matt Stone on their play 'The Book of Mormon'
    • The Future of Nuclear Power with Jonathan Schell of "The Nation," William Tucker, author of "Terrestrial Energy: How Nuclear Power Will Lead the Green Revolution and End America's Energy Odyssey" and Michael Levi, senior fellow and director of the program on energy security and climate change at the Council on Foreign Relations and author of "On Nuclear Terrorism" || A look at the film 'Limitless' with with Bradley Cooper and director Neil Burgermoreless
    • 9/22/10
      Sergey Lavrov, Foreign Minister of Russia || Jack Ma, Founder and Chairman of Alibaba
    • 10/14/10
      One of the most recognized faces on Chinese television and Chairwoman of Sun New Media Holdings, Yang Lan || Klaus Schwab, Chairman, World Economic Forum
    • We look at the Goldman Sachs settlement and what it means with author William Cohan of 'Fortune,' Roben Farzad of 'Bloomberg BusinessWeek' & Andrew Ross Sorkin of 'The New York Times.' || Next Peter Burrows of 'Bloomberg BusinessWeek' on Steve Jobs and the technical issues with Apple's newest iPhone. || We close with a look at whats happening on the ground in the Gaza Strip with Michael Slackman of 'The New York Times' and Mort Zuckerman.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 2, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 01.02.98
      Paul Simon, one of America's most respected singer/songwriters, Nobel winner for poetry Derek Walcott and Mark Morris, one of the modern dance world's most renowned choreographers, have joined together for the Broadway musical, The Capeman. The show is set in New York and is based on the true story of a 16-year-old boy who killed two other teens in 1959. Simon, Walcott and Morris discuss their work on this unusual new production. Then, a conversation about Anne Frank, a revised stage adaptation of The Diary of Anne Frank, with director James Lapine, adapter Wendy Kesselman and stars Linda Lavin and Natalie Portman.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 1, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 06.01.99
      First, Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman is on to talk about the domestic and international economy. Friedman served as economic adviser to Barry Goldwater and Presidents Nixon and Reagan and is now professor emeritus of economics at the Hoover Institution in Stanford University. Then, former Clinton administration adviser Laura Tyson and Stanford University professor of economics Paul Romer discuss the state of the US economy. They explore different reasons the economy's fast-paced growth including temporary restructuring of corporations, the IPO phenomenon, and the diffusion of information technology.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 24, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 12.24.03
      First, novelist and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison talks about her career and new novel, Love. Then, author Jhumpa Lahiri, who won the Pulitzer prize for her book, Interpreter of Maladies, talks about her new novel, The Namesake.
    • Charlie Rose (May 20, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 05.15.05
      An hour on the set of 24 with actor and executive producer Kiefer Sutherland, co-creators Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran, and actors Carlos Bernard, Kim Raver, and Arnold Vosloo.
    • Charlie Rose (May 11, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 05.11.05
      Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant talks about his career in music and his new album, Mighty Rearranger. Also, Billy Crudup discusses his Tony-nominated performance in The Pillowman.
    • Charlie Rose (November 16, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 09.27.05
      David Remnick, Editor-in-Chief of The New Yorker, on the history of catastrophe and the future of New Orleans. Also, Oxford biologist Richard Dawkins on evolution, intelligent design, and his book, The Ancestor's Tale.
    • Charlie Rose (September 30, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 09.30.02
      Author Alice Sebold is on to discuss her latest novel, The Lovely Bones, which tells the story of a 14-year-old girl who is raped and murdered by a serial killer. The book has sold over a million copies and is currently number one on The New York Times' best-seller list. Then, actor James Spader on his new movie, The Secretary, a black comedy about an S&M relationship.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 1, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 10.01.97
      Former Secretary of Education William Bennett talks about his book, Our Sacred Honor that offers pieces of moral wisdom from the country's founding fathers. Also, author and founder of The National Review William F. Buckley discusses his Catholic faith and his book, Nearer My God.
    • Charlie Rose (November 26, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 11.26.99
      A look at two people who have changed the face of photography. First, photographer Annie Leibovitz discusses her new book of portraits titled Women, which features an essay by the writer Susan Sontag. Then, Richard Avedon talks about the development of his photography career and shares some of his most groundbreaking work. He also talks about some of his most memorable subjects including Jean Renoir, discusses work on a group of photographs on religion for The New Yorker, and explains what he believes it means to be an artist.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 31, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 07.31.02
      Rebroadcasting that originally aired on June 26, 2002, from Aspen, Colorado, tonight's show features an hour long interview with leading businessman and author, Jim Collins. Collins is the author of Built to Last and Good to Great, both of which deal with inner integrity and ambition and what those qualities contribute to successful leaders. Collins was a professor at the Stanford Business School for several years and has since opened his own management research lab in Boulder, Colorado.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 16, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 09.16.02
      An hour dedicated to French politics and culture. First, French foreign minister Dominique de Villepin, on his relationship with Colin Powell and the Bush Administration, the fight against terrorism and nuclear proliferation, and the multilateral effort to work towards a safer world. Then, actress Catherine Deneuve discusses her remarkable career in film and her new movie, Eight Women, an old-fashioned whodunit with a stunning ensemble of talented French actresses.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 29, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 04.29.02
      An interview with the opera singer and resigning chair of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Sills. She discusses her career and administration of the New York Philharmonic, the Metropolitan Opera, and the New York City ballet.
    • Charlie Rose (August 27, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 08.27.02
      First, a rebroadcast of an interview from November 7, 2001, with actor Jeff Bridges about his recent role in the movie K-PAX and his film career.||Then, in this rebroadcast of a conversation that aired on June 7, 2002, actor Alan Rickman talks about his leading role in the Tony-nominated revival of Noel Coward's Private Lives on Broadway and his career on stage and screen.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 20, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 11.20.98
      Bruce Springsteen discusses his new retrospective CD, Tracks, the political context of his songs, his liberal activism and message, his songwriting process, the E Street Band and how his background and life events have shaped his art and songs. He sings Born in the USA at the close of the show.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 27, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 11.27.03
      In recognition of Thanksgiving, former television executive at ABC and Warner Brothers Ed Bleier talks about his new book, The Thanksgiving Ceremony. Then, from previous broadcasts, Dave Matthews of the Dave Matthews Band and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac.
    • Charlie Rose (July 8, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 07.08.03
      The musicians Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson, formerly of the Velvet Underground, reflect on their careers and Reed's new album, NYC Man: Lou Reed the Collection. Then, radio entrepreneur Norm Pattiz discusses his work as founder and chairman of Westwood One, the United States' largest radio network.
    • Charlie Rose (February 27, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 02.27.98
      First, a conversation with artist Chuck Close. Close's work first caught the eye of the art world in 1968 with his Big Self Portrait. His large scale pieces are characterized in part by their minimalist form and meticulous detail. The artist has just began a retrospective of his work at the Museum of Modern Art in an exhibition titled Chuck Close. Then, Charlie talks with artist Robert Rauschenberg. Tonight, a special broadcast of a conversation that took place in the fall of 1997, when an audience listened in at the Guggenheim's Peter B. Lewis Theater. The conversation is followed by with a walk through Rauschenberg's Guggenheim exhibition, joined by the artist.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 7, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 05.07.05
      Tennis Pro Andre Agassi is on for the hour. Agassi is the top-ranked men's tennis player in the world and just won his seventh Grand Slam victory this January in Australia. He talks about his childhood love of the game, the obstacles he has faced as an athlete, his marriage to Brooke Shields and his outlook for the future of his career.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 17, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 08.17.00
      A rebroadcast of a con versation with actress Meryl Streep on her passions, her family, her films, including The Bridges of Madison County, Sophie's Choice, Kramer vs. Kramer and her latest, Music of the Heart, in which she plays a high school music teacher, a role that earned her a twelfth Oscar nomination. This segment originally aired on March 22, 2000.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 24,2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 10.24.05
      An hour with author Joan Didion. She discusses the life and death of her husband John Gregory Dunne, and the experience of writing her latest book, The Year of Magical Thinking.
    • Charlie Rose (December 19, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 12.19.02
      In this rebroadcast of a conversation from December 3 2002, director Peter Jackson and actors Viggo Mortensen and Elijah Wood discuss the second installment in "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, "The Two Towers".||Then, an interview with actor Denzel Washington and Derek Luke, the young star he discovered for his directorial debut, Antwone Fisher.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 2, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 03.02.05
      As part of our continuing series of conversations from Harvard Business School, we present an hour with Stephen Schwarzman. Mr. Schwarzman is Chairman, CEO, and Co-founder of The Blackstone Group. He's also Chairman of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
    • Charlie Rose (December 30, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 12.30.03
      Actress Cate Blanchett discusses her role in Ron Howard's The Missing. Then, actress Isabelle Huppert discusses her role in the film The Promised Life. Finally, actress Diane Lane reflects on her work in Under the Tuscan Sun.
    • Charlie Rose (August 4, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 08.04.05
      Author Jim Collins talks about going from good to great whether you are a corporation or an individual. Also, architect Santiago Calatrava discusses his latest projects.
    • Charlie Rose (September 13, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 09.13.04
      Ken Auletta discusses John Kerry's principal political advisor Bob Shrum and the Kerry campaigns reluctance to respond appropriately to Republican attacks against Kerry's integrity. Also, Charlie talks with tennis player Roger Federer about his U.S. Open victory over Lleyton Hewitt.
    • A rebroadcast of an hour on Doubt, the Pulitzer winner and Tony Award winner for best play. Charlie talks to the playwright John Patrick Shanley and to the cast of this Broadway production (original broadcast dates: March 14, 2005 and April 22, 2005, respectively).
    • Charlie Rose (November 7, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 11.07.03
      A roundtable discussion of the film Love Actually with director Richard Curtis and actors Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Laura Linney. Later, Jeffrey Loria, the owner of the Florida Marlins, talks about his team's recent World Series victory.
    • Charlie Rose (August 28, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 08.28.02
      A rebroadcast of an interview that originally aired on February 15, 2002, with actress Dame Judi Dench, about her recent Oscar-nominated role as author Iris Murdoch in the film Iris, and her lengthy career on screen and stage.||Then, in a rebroadcast of an interview frim March 1, 2002, Oscar-nominated actress Dame Maggie Smith talks about her career and recent Oscar-nominated role in Robert Altman's film, Gosford Park.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 15, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 12.15.00
      Former UCLA Bruins coach John Wooden talks about his record-winning, 27-year career coaching players and his "pyramid of success." Then, he is joined by two basketball legends, former NBA All-Stars and UCLA players Bill Walton and Bill Russell to continue the conversation.
    • Charlie Rose (September 27, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 09.27.00
      Filmed in Paris, French mime Marcel Marceau discusses his unusual career and why he chose it. Then, also in Paris, screenwriter and director Whit Stillman, known for such films as Metropolitan and Barcelona, talks about living in Paris and about his new novel, The Last Days of Disco with Cocktails at Petrossian Afterwards, which takes the point of view of one of the characters in his last film. Later, back in New York, Charlie interviews television producer Prince Edward of England, about his latest project, Crown and Country, a PBS series that explores famous British sites and recants tales of the monarchy throughout history and for which he serves as writer and host. Finally, retired Olympian fencer Peter Westbrook talks about his life and his sport as three of his inner-city students compete in the Sydney Olympics, mirroring his own journey out of poverty.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 15, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 06.15.05
      Actor Christian Bale and director Christopher Nolan discuss the latest installment in the Batman series, Batman Begins. Also, actor Will Ferrell and director Nora Ephron discuss their new film Bewitched.
    • Charlie Rose (April 25, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 04.25.05
      Dexter Filkins of The New York Times talks about the insurgency in Iraq and the recent changes in that country. Actresses Maggie Smith and Judi Dench join Charlie Rose to talk about their friendship, a life in acting, and their new film together, Ladies in Lavender.
    • Charlie Rose (February 25, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 02.25.99
      Acclaimed playwright Arthur Miller discusses the Broadway revival of his play Death of a Salesman, his process as a writer, the meaning behind this play, and the development of his career. Then, Death of a Salesman star Brian Dennehy joins the playwright to talk about tackling the legendary role of Willy Loman, his thoughts about stage acting and the commercialism of theatre, and his admiration for the play. Finally, MTV VJs Carson Daly, Dave Holmes and Jancee Dunn recap the Grammys as television spectacle and as indicator of the current state of popular music.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 20, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 11.20.06
      First, a conversation with Brian Williams, the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News about his coverage of Hurricane Katrina, the Tsunami in Indonesia, and his career as a journalist.IIThen, a conversation with "The Dixie Chicks" about the release of their new documentary "Shut Up and Sing" and the controversy surrounding their opposition to President Bush and the war in Iraq.moreless
    • Sebastian Mallaby author of "More Money Than God: Hedge Funds and the Making of the New Elite" || Chef Rick Bayless of PBS's "Mexico: One Plate at a Time" || Jim Gray discusses the British Open, Tiger Woods and Lebron James
    • Summer preview of movies with Dana Stevens, Lisa Schwarzbaum and Stephanie Zacharek || Summer music preview with music critic Sasha Frere-Jones || Summer books preview with Lev Grossman auhtor of "The Magicians" || A look at the Stieg Larsson phenomenon
    • A look at the upcoming Midterm Elections with Al Hunt, Executive editor of Bloomberg News, Steve Pearlstein of 'The Washington Post,' John Heilemann of 'New York' magazine and Mark Halperin of 'Time' magazine|| William Lynn, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Defense
    • Norman Foster discusses his life, work and the documentary 'How Much Does Your Building Weigh, Mr. Foster?' || Designer Marc Newson discusses his show at Gagosian Gallery 'Marc Newson: Transport'
    • The Growth of Google with Chris Anderson of 'Wired,' Michael Copeland, senior writer for Fortune and Jessica Vascellaro of 'The Wall Street Journal' || Harold Ford discusses his book 'More Davids Than Goliaths: A Political Education' || Bret Easton Ellis on his latest book "Imperial Bedrooms"
    • Stephen Kinzer, author of Reset: Iran, Turkey, and America's Future" || Anne Lauvergeon, CEO of the French nuclear energy company
    • 7/15/10
      Congressman Barney Frank on the Senate voting to pass a landmark financial reform bill || A discussion about Creativity with author Ashley Merryman, musicologist Aaron Berkowitz of Harvard University and Bruce Alberts
    • 7/27/10
      Husain Haqqani, Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States ||Greg Mortenson, co-founder of nonprofit Central Asia Institute , founder of Pennies For Peace and author of 'Three Cups of Tea' and 'Stones into Schools'
    • Charlie Rose (January 9, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 01.09.07
      First, Charlie sits down with Nobel Laureates Paul Nurse of The Rockefeller University and James Watson of the Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory to discuss the implications of major recent advances in genomic mapping. Then, Charlie is joined by Eric Lander, founding director of the Broad Institute, who discusses the advances that have come through genetic comparisons and the better understanding of genetic mutations. Finally, Craig Venter of the J. Craig Venter Institute discusses his successful effort to become the first individual to have their genome mapped.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 22, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 12.22.06
      First, a conversation with Clive Owen about his starring role in the film "Children of Men". Then, a conversation with Edward Norton about his starring role in the film "The Painted Veil" as well as the experience of filming abroad in China.
    • Robert Reich discusses the economy and his book "Aftershock: The Next Economy and America's Future" || Robert Gottlieb, author of "Sarah: The Life of Sarah Bernhardt" || Dana Milbank on his book "Tears of a Clown: Glenn Beck and the Teabagging of America"
    • Human Genome Anniversary with Nicholas Wade of "The New York Times," Francis Collins of the National Institutes of Health, Eric Lander of MIT and the Broad Institute || Abdulkarim Al-Eryani, former prime minister and currently special adviser to Yemen's president
    • Charlie Rose (December 26, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 12.26.06
      Academy Award winning actress Cate Blanchett joins Charlie for a discussion of her roles in three new films, "Babel", "Notes on a Scandal" and "The Good German". Blanchett also discusses the honor of sharing the screen with film legend Judi Dench. Then, a conversation with director Sir Richard Eyre about his new film "Notes on a Scandal" and the debut of his West End musical, "Mary Poppins", on Broadway.moreless
    • A look at President Obama, his administration and the challenges ahead with Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International || Eric Pooley author of 'The Climate War'|| Gina Kolata science reporter for 'The New York Times' discusses recent discoveries that can help to diagnose Alzheimer's
    • Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University & David Wessel, economics editor for 'The Wall Street Journal' || Bernard Schwartz, chairman and CEO of BLS Investments, LLC
    • Charlie Rose (May 10, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.10.10
      A look at President Obama's Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan. We talk to Walter Dellinger, a Washington appellate lawyer and former solicitor general under the Clinton administration and Sean Wilentz from Princeton University || Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University || Maria Bartiromo, the CNBC Anchor and author of "The 10 Laws of Enduring Success"moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 30, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 08.30.02
      A rebroadcast of an interview from May 21, 2002, with Kurt Masur, music director of the New York Philharmonic, about his time with the orchestra and getting ready to step down from his post.||Then, in a rebroadcast of a conversation that aired on April 29, 2002, Beverly Sills, opera star and chairman of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, talks about her career and stepping down from her post.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 7, 2010)
      Season 2010 - Episode 05.07.10
      We look at the British Elections and who will rule the country. We talk with John Burns of 'The New York Times,' Matt Frei of BBC World News America, Simon Schama from Columbia University, Martin Wolf from the 'Financial Times' and Historian Timothy Garten Ash from Oxford. || Anna Quindlen about motherhood and her new novel 'Every Last One'moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 12, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 12.12.06
      First, a discussion about breakthroughs in particle physics with distinguished Harvard professor Lisa Randall. Randall provides an introduction to her theory that gravity is concentrated in a higher dimensional universe that is parallel to our own. Then, a conversation with Edward O. Wilson about his new book, "The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on Earth," which urges cooperation between religious and environmental forces to save the planet from environmental ruin.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 5, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 06.05.98
      First, John Seigenhalter, former aide to RFK, coproducer of the biopic Jack Newfeld, friend Bill Vanden Heuvel, and Michael Knox Beran, the author of The Last Patrician discuss their memories of the life and work of Robert F. Kennedy. Then, Adam Walinsky, speechwriter, Frank Mankiewicz, press secretary, and Peter Edelman, legislative assistant, discuss RFK's campaign and policies. Finally, RFK's children Maxwell Kennedy, Kerry Kennedy Cuomo, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. discuss their father.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 23, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 01.23.04
      First, author Gay Talese is on to talk about his new book, The Gay Talese Reader: Portraits and Encounters, a collection some of his most memorable work. Then, series creator Ilene Chaiken and actresses Jennifer Beals, Pam Grier & Mia Kirshner discuss their work on the new Showtime drama, The L Word, which documents the experiences of a group of lesbians.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 17, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 08.17.06
      Pastor Rick Warren, author of the book "A Purpose Driven Life," discusses religion in modern life, especially Christianity. He also discusses his missionary and relief work, with an emphasis on the global AIDS epidemic. Then, pastor, theologian, and author Gregory Boyd joins Charlie to discuss his new book, "The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power is Destroying the Church". The book explores the growing disenchantment of certain parts of the faith community with Christianity's increasingly political bent. Boyd argues for a renewed separation of church and state within the realm of partisan politics.moreless
    • Oxford University professor and author Timothy Garton Ash || Robert Dallek, "The Lost Peace: Leadership in a Time of Horror and Hope; 1945 - 1953"
    • Afghanistan with Max Boot and Julian Barnes || 'The Other Guys' with director Adam McKay and actor Will Ferrell
    • 8/5/10
      A discussion about Prop 8 which was overturned this week with Kenji Yoshino Chief Justice Earl WarrenProfessor of Constitutional Law at NYU School of law, Jesse Mckinley San Francisco bureau chief of "The New York Times" and Jeff Zeleny of "The New York Times" || Patricia Clarkson discusses her film "Cairo Time"moreless
    • A look at "Time" magazine's cover story 'Inside the Minds of Animals' with Jeffrey Kluger senior writer for "Time" || Sylvie Kauffmann on the sale of French newspaper 'Le Monde' || Lawrence Bender discusses his film 'Countdown to Zero'
    • Charlie Rose (November 15, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 11.15.99
      An interview with the director of the film Sleepy Hollow, Tim Burton. Burton speaks about the inspiration for the film, the classic Washington Irving story on which it is based, and his chemistry with the actor Johnny Depp. Then, Depp, the leading actor in Sleepy Hollow, talks about his performance and shares his reasons for choosing unconventional roles.moreless
    • 10/27/10
      Garry Wills discusses "Outside Looking In: Adventures of an Observer" || Ron Chernow discusses his biography of George Washington called "Washington: A Life"
    • 10/25/10
      A discussion about the Middle Class with Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post and author of "Third World America: How Politicians are Abandoning the Middle Class and Betraying the American Dream," Jacob Hacker of Yale University and author of "Winner-Take-All Politics: Inequality and the Transformation of American Politics" Steve Pearlstein of "The Washington Post" and Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University and co-author of "This Time is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly" || Fareed Zakaria discusses his story in 'Time' magazine called 'Restoring the American Dream'moreless
    • A Look At Iraq'S Future With Alissa Rubin And Michael Gordon, Both Of "The New York Times" And Fred Kagan From The American Enterprise Institute || Part Two Of Our Conversation With General Anthony Zinni (Ret) About Leadership And American Foreign Policy Afghanistan, Iraq And Iran
    • Charlie Rose (May 5, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 05.05.98
      First, John Holaday, Chairman And Ceo Of Entremed, Dr. Joseph Bertino, An Oncologist At The Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute, And Michael Waldholz, Editor At The Wall Street Journal And Author Of Curing Cancer, Discuss The Strides Made In Cancer Research To Cure Cancer As Well As The Need For Better Funding For Cancer Research. Then, Spike Lee, African-American Filmmaker, Speaks About Denzel Washington And His New Film, He Got Game. Finally, Musician Peter Duchin Talks About Ghost Of Chance, A Memoir About His Life.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 7, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 02.07.05
      First, An Interview With Kanye West, Who Has The Largest Number Of Grammy Nominations. Continuing With The Grammys, Three Experts Handicap The Races. They Are Jon Pareles, Mimi Valdes And Doug Brod.
    • Charlie Rose (June 16, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 06.16.97
      Charlie Discusses President Clinton'S Race Initiative With Chris Edley Of The Race Initiative Advisory Board, Hugh Price Of The National Urban League, Roger Wilkins Of George Mason University And Laura Ingraham Of Msnbc. The Group Talks About Who Benefits From The Race Initiative That Is Designed To Spark National Discourse About Race. Plus, Charlie Talks To Charles Grodin About His Transition From Comedic Actor To Cnbc Talk Show Host.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 7, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 02.07.03
      An Examination Of Ongoing Preparations For War At The Pentagon With Michael Gordon, The Chief Military Correspondent Of The New York Times. Also, Bob Balaban, Actor, Director, And Author Of Children'S Books, On Directing The Play, The Exonerated.
    • Charlie Rose (June 15, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 06.15.98
      First, Lawyer Floyd Abrams, Former U.S. Attorney Otto Obermaier, Michael Isikoff Of Newsweek, And Elizabeth Shogren, A White House Correspondent For The Los Angeles Times Discuss The Interview With Kenneth Starr That Appeared In The New Media-Watchdog Magazine Brill'S Content And Weigh In On What The Information In The Interview Means For Bill Clinton, Under Fire By Starr For Alleged Perjury And Obstruction Of Justice. Then, Eckhard Pfeiffer, Ceo Of Compaq Computer Corp., Discusses His Company'S Recent Acquisition Of Digital Equipment Corporation And The Future Of The Computer Industry. Finally, Lord Jeffrey Archer, Best-Selling Novelist, Discusses His Recent Book, The Eleventh Commandment, A Spy Novel.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 18, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 12.18.00
      A Conversation With Actor-Director Mel Gibson On His Career, His Personal History And His First Romantic Comedy, What Women Want, About A Man Who Can Hear Women'S Thoughts.
    • 6/22/07
      A Conversation With Former Minister Of Culture And Education, Jack Lang. In 2000 Lang Ran Unsuccessfully For Mayor Of Paris. While He Had Planned To Run For President In 2007 He Decided Not To Register As A Candidate For The Socialist Nomination In The Name Of Party Unity. ||A Conversation With Author And Comedian David Steinberg About His Book "The Book Of David."moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 7, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 01.07.02
      A Dialogue With Anna Wintour, Fashion Icon And Editor Of Vogue, On The Retirement Of Designer Yves Saint-Laurent. Also, Edmund Morris Talks About His Biography Of Former President Teddy Roosevelt, Theodore Rex. Then, A Conversation About The Late Roy Lichtenstein'S Art In Two New Exhibitions With His Widow, Dorothy, Director Of Moca Bonnie Clearwater, And Artist Jeff Koons.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 4, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 06.04.97
      Charlie Speaks With Journalist R. W. Apple Of The New York Times About His Distinguished Career. Apple Also Talks About Clinton'S Achievements With The Expansion Of Nato, And The Paula Jones Case. Plus, Novelist David Ignatius Talks About His Work Of Fiction Called, A Firing Offense That Focuses On A Cia Officer.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 19, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 05.19.06
      First, Guest Host Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker Talks With Author Gay Talese, A Former Reporter For The New York Times, About His Latest Book, A Writer'S Life. Then, Talese Is Joined By Arthur Gelb, Former Managing Editor Of The New York Times, And Jim Hoge, Editor Of Foreign Affairs, For A Remembrance Of Their Friend And Colleague Abe Rosenthal. Rosenthal, Who Passed Away Last Week, Was An Editor Of The New York Timesand An Extremely Well Respected Journalist.moreless
    • A Conversation With Richard Lugar, Senior United States Senator From Indiana || A Conversation About President Obama'S Trip To Russia With Stephen Cohen, Chrystia Freeland, Thomas Pickering And Claire Shipman || An Appreciation Of Robert Mcnamara. Mcnamara Died In His Sleep At His Home In Washington Early In The Morning On July 6, 2009. He Was 93.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 27, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 09.27.95
      The defense team began its closing argument in the O.J. Simpson trial today signaling what could be conclusion of the year long court case. Gerald Lefcourt, defense attorney and CBS News consultant, is here to weigh in on what the Johnnie Cochran will hav
    • Charlie Rose (August 13, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 08.13.99
      First, In A Interview That Originally Aired January 29, 1999, Bill Murray Talks About His Film Rushmore, His Strategy For Choosing Projects, And His Experiences In The Entertainment Industry From Saturday Night Live To Legal Eagles.||Then, In A Interview That Originally Aired May 20, 1999, The Daily Show Host Jon Stewart Discusses His Efforts To Use The Late-Night Television Format To Highlight Political Issues And Influence Cultural Dialogue.||Finally, In A Interview That Originally Aired November 25, 1998, Sandra Bernhard Discusses Her New One-Woman Broadway Show, "I'M Still Here, Dammit!", And Her New Book, "May I Kiss You On The Lips, Miss Sandra?"moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 12, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 03.12.98
      First, An Interview With Howard Kurtz Of The Washington Post And Author Of Spin Cycle About Media, Propaganda And The Clinton Administration. Then, An Interview With Actor Patrick Stewart About His Fascination With The Character Ahab In Moby Dick.
    • President Obama in China with Henry Kissinger || Melinda Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on Global Health
    • Charlie Rose (July 10, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 07.10.97
      Former Senator Bill Bradley Tells Charlie About His New Job With Cbs News. Then, French Scientist Dr. Luc Montagnier Talks About His Groundbreaking Aids Research. He Also Talks To Charlie About His New Post At Queens College In New York. Finally, Author Annette Gordon-Reed Speaks To Charlie About The Alleged Romantic Relationship Thomas Jefferson Had With His Slave, Sally Hemmings, And The Children They May Have Had Together. She Writes About This Topic In Her New Book Entitled, Thomas Jefferson And Sally Hemmings: An American Controversy.moreless
    • The Second Episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, sponsored by the Simons Foundation. The topic is The Perceiving Brain - Sight and Visual Perception. With Co-Host Eric Kandel of Columbia University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Tony Movshon of New York University, Pawan Sinha of MIT, Nancy Kanwisher of MIT, and Pawan Sinha of MITmoreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 19, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 07.19.95
      Senior White House Advisor George Stephanopoulos discusses President Clinton's prioritizing of affirmative action, and the advantages and some of the pitfalls of this type of program. Then, Robert Woodson and Senator Bill Bradley offer their opinions on affirmative action and the evolving state of race in America. Finally, Congressman Bill Richardson talks about his recent negotiation with Saddam Hussein, which resulted in the release of two American hostages.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 16, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 06.16.03
      Stephen Cohen, Middle East Expert, And Adel Al Jubeir, Foreign Policy Advisor To Crown Prince Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia, Discuss The Ongoing Conflict Between The Israelis And Palestinians. Also, Iraqi Architect Zaha Hadid Discusses Her Life And Designing A Building In The United States For The First Time.
    • Charlie Rose (November 27, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 11.27.97
      Architect David Chipperfield Tells Charlie About His New Project, Designing The New Museum In Berlin. Charlie Talks To British Musician Joe Jackson About His Latest Cd, Heaven And Hell. Finally, Charlie Talks To Biographer Richard Whelan And Curator Michael Hoffman About The Philadelphia Museum Of Art Exhibition Of Robert Capa'S Photography.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 10, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 03.10.03
      Germany'S Ambassador To The United Nations, Wolfgang Ischinger, On His Country'S Opposition To The Un Security Council Resolution Regarding War With Iraq. Then, Scholar Fouad Ajami, Director Of Middle East Studies At The School For Advanced International Studies At Johns Hopkins University, Discusses His Article, Iraq And The Arabs' Future, Which Recently Appeared In Foreign Affairs.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 16, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 12.16.02
      An Interview With David Albright, A Former Nuclear Weapons Inspector, About Inspections In Iraq. Then, Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman Discusses His Two Most Recent Films, Love Liza And 25Th Hour. Finally, Roger Ebert, Film Critic And Co-Host Of Ebert & Roeper, Talks About The Movies Of 2002.
    • Charlie Rose (February 2, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 02.02.96
      First, An Assesment Of Campaign '96, The Rise And Fall Of Clinton And Dole, And The Emergence Of Steve Forbes With Ron Brownstein Of The La Times And Dan Balz, National Political Correspondent For The Washington Post. Then, An Interview With The Editor-In-Chief Of Cosmopolitan Magazine, Helen Gurley Brown. She Talks About Being On Top In The World Of Glossy Publications. Finally, A Remembrance Of Gene Kelly, Dead At Age 83, With Director And Friend Stanley Donen.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 8, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 06.08.06
      First, Guest Host Mike Whitaker Discusses The Death Of Musab Al-Zarqawi With Anthony Cordesman, A Defense And Military Expert At The Center For Strategic And International Studies. They Talk About The Significance And Implications Of Al-Zarqawi'S Death. Next, Mike Whitaker Sits Down With Governor Haley Barbour Of Mississippi, To Talk About Governor Bourbour'S Year Since Hurricane Katrina. Last September, Barbour Vaulted To National Prominence With His High-Profile, Take-Charge Response To The Storms That Devastated The Gulf Coast And Southern Mississippi. Less Than A Year Later, He`S Preparing His State For Another Hurricane Season That Meteorologists Say Could Be Every Bit As Dangerous. Finally, Guest Host Bill Flanagan Talks To Elvis Costello And Allen Toussaint About Their New Album, River In Reverse, Which Deals With New Orleans, Katrina, And Its Aftermath.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 13, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 08.13.97
      Country Singer Loretta Lynn Talks To Charlie About Recording Sixty Albums And Her New Album All-Time Gospel Favorites. Next, President Of Bmg Entertainment Strauss Zelnick Talks About His Transition To Music After A Career In Television And Film. Finally, Author Peter Mayle Discusses His Novel Chasing Cezanne That Takes A Critical Look At The Art World.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 15, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 04.15.05
      Charlie Rose Talks To Actress Jessica Lange, Who Is Starring On Broadway In The Glass Menagerie. Also, Stanford University President John Hennessy.
    • Charlie Rose (August 16, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 08.16.06
      Tzipi Livni, Foreign Minister Of Israel Discusses The Middle East Conflict And The Un Resolution To Bring A Multinational Force To Lebanon. In The Second Installment Of A Two-Part Conversation With Charles Gibson, The Anchor For Abc News' World News, Discusses His Transition From Host Of Good Morning America To Lead Anchor. He Also Discusses His Working Relationship With Diane Sawyer.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 8, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 03.08.95
      First, sportscaster Bob Costas discusses the Major League Baseball players' strike, the NBA season, and NBC's Dateline. Then, author Philip Howard, talks about his book The Death of Common Sense: How Law is Suffocating America. Finally, violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg talks about cutting off the tip of her finger and relearning to play.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 18, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 09.18.00
      First, Bureau Chief Of The New York Times Warren Hoge Considers The Tony Blair Administration, Its Handling Of The Petrol Crisis And Its Implications For The Future. Then, Kenneth Clarke, A Member Of British Parliament, Offers A Tory Perspective. Finally, Anthony Giddens, Director Of The London School Of Economics And A Friend Of Tony Blair, Weighs In.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 8, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 11.08.02
      Ambassadors Sir Jeremy Greenstock Of Great Britain And Jean-David Levitte Of France Discuss The Unanimous Resolution Of The United Nations Security Council On Iraq. Then, A Conversation With Nbc News Anchor Tom Brokaw About His Memoir Of Growing Up In South Dakota, A Long Way From Home.
    • Charlie Rose (April 7, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 04.07.99
      Thomas Friedman Talks About The Nato Air Strikes In Kosovo, The Politics Of War, And The Possibilities For Kosovo Albanians. Next, Cassandra Wilson Discusses Her New Cd, Traveling Miles, Her Musical Influences, And The Importance Of Miles Davis To The World Of Jazz. Then, 14-Year-Old Maurice Ashley Talks About What It Means To Be The First Black Chess Grand Master, His Background Playing The Game, And His Plans For The Future. Finally, Mary Pipher Discusses Her New Book, Another Country, Navigating The Emotional Terrain Of Our Elders, And Offers Her Opinions On The Differing Ways In Which Older People Cope With Their Needs, Crises, And Challenges.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 20, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 10.20.99
      First, The Inventor Of The Internet And Director Of The World Wide Web Consortium, Tim Berners-Lee, Talks About His Book Weaving The Web And His Expectations For The Internet In The Future. Also, Writer James Redford And Filmmaker Mayo Chermayeff Discuss Their New Documentary About Organ Donations And Organ Donors, The Kindness Of Strangers. Finally, Former New York City Mayor Edward Koch Discusses His Book About Rudolph Giuliani, Giuliani: Nasty Man.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 8, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 01.08.02
      Actress Halle Berry Discusses The Development Of Her Movie Career And Her Critically-Acclaimed Performance In The Film Monster'S Ball. Also, Walter Russell Mead Of The Council On Foreign Relations Talks About His New Book On American Foreign Policy, Special Providence: American Foreign Policy And How It Changed The World.
    • Charlie Rose (April 9, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 04.09.99
      Pilots Bertrand Piccard And Brian Jones Talk About Completing The First Nonstop Around-The-World Flight In A Hot-Air Balloon, Touching On Engineering, Piloting, Course Plotting, And The Danger Involved In This Kind Of Mission. Next, Wynton Marsalis And Kurt Masur Discuss The Landmark Collaboration Between The Marsalis' Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra And Masur'S New York Philharmonic In Honor Of Duke Ellington'S 100Th Birthday. Finally, Geraldine Laybourne Talks About Her New Web-Tv Collaboration, Oxygen Media, The Unique Challenges Of Programming For Women, And Working With Oprah Winfrey.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 12, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 12.12.03
    • Charlie Rose (April 3, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 04.03.00
      A Discussion On The Microsoft Verdict With Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut Attorney General, David Boies, U.S. Department Of Justice; Ken Auletta, The New Yorker And Jared Sandberg, Newsweek. A Conversation With Faisel Husseini Head, Jerusalem Affairs, P.L.O. A Conversation With Enrique Iglesias.
    • Charlie Rose (October 12, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 10.12.99
      Joe Klein Of The New Yorker, Ron Brownstein Of The Los Angeles Times, And Richard Berke Of The New York Times Look Ahead To The 2000 Presidential Elections. They Predict The Success Of Potential Candidates Including Al Gore, John Mccain, Bill Bradley, And George W. Bush. Next, An Interview With The Opera Singer, Renee Fleming. She Talks About Her Grammy-Winning Recording, The Beautiful Voice, And Introduces Her Latest Album, Strauss Heroines.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 16, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 06.16.98
      First, Harrison Ford Looks Back On His Long Career And Discusses His Latest Movie, Six Days Seven Nights, In Which He Is Stranded On A Desert Island With Anne Heche. Then, Byron Wien Of Morgan Stanley, Thomas Galvin, Investment Officer For Donaldson, Lufkin & Jeanrette, And Albert Fishlow Of The Council On Foreign Relations Discuss The Implications Of The Dip In The Asian Markets For American Investors And The Stock Market. Finally, John Berendt, Author Of Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil, Discusses The Book, Which Was Published Four Years Prior, Its Popularity, Regionalist Writing, And The American South.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 15, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 12.15.98
      First, Greg Craig, White House Special Counsel, Discusses The Impeachment Process Of President Clinton, His Recent Visit To The Middle East, The Legal Problems And Implications Of The Lewinsky Affair, And The Views Of Republicans With Regards To Clinton'S Impeachment. Finally, Sumner Redstone, Chairman And Ceo Of Viacom, Talks About His Major Cable-Network Corporation And Media Conglomerate, His Merger With Paramount, And His Entertainment Successes And Sub-Companies Disney, Mtv, Etc.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 6, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 12.06.02
      Floyd Norris Of The New York Times And Michael Hirsh Of Newsweek Magazine Discuss The Resignation Of Secretary Of The Treasury Paul O'Neill And Economics Adviser Lawrence Lindsey. Then, Former Secretary Of State Madeleine Albright Shares Thoughts On A Pew Research Center Survey About How America Is Viewed By 44 Countries Around The World. Finally, Bill Carter, Television Reporter For The New York Times And Peter Peterson, Chairman Of The Blackstone Group And The Council On Foreign Relations, Remember Roone Arledge, Abc Chairman And Influential Force In Sports And News Television.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 21, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 03.21.01
      An Interview With Spencer Abraham; An Interview With Sheila Nevins; Excerpts Of An Interview With Julia Roberts
    • Charlie Rose (October 15, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 10.15.98
      First, Richard Holbrooke, U.S. Special Envoy, Discusses The Deal He Negotiated To Stop A Serbian Offensive In Kosovo And Puts It In The Perspective Of The Dayton Peace Agreement. Then, James Lehrer, Of The Newshour With Jim Lehrer On Pbs, Discusses His New Book, Purple Dots, A Novel About Politics. Finally, Orlando Bagwell Discusses His New Pbs Documentary, Africans In America, About The History Of Slavery And Racism In The United States.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 16, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 05.16.01
      An Panel On On-Line Education; An Interview With Jeff Zucker
    • Charlie Rose (August 30, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 08.30.00
      A Discussion With Harold Varmus, Arnold Levine And Savio Woo About Mapping The Human Genome; A Conversation With James Watson
    • Charlie Rose (November 10, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 11.10.00
      Novelist Tom Clancy On The Return Of His Frequent Hero, Jack Ryan, In His Latest Book, The Bear And The Dragon, About A President Faced With Conflicts From Russia And China.||Later, Documentary Filmmaker David Grubin Talks About Writing, Di
    • Charlie Rose (March 25, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 03.25.99
      Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski Discusses The Latest Events In Kosovo, The Nato Strategy, And The Attempts To Enable The Peace Process In Yugoslavia. Then, Former National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft Discusses The Infrastructure Of Nato, Its Relationship With The United Nations, And Diplomatic Efforts With Slobodan Milosevic. Finally, U.N. Russian Ambassador Sergei Lavrov Talks About The Nuances Of International Relations And The Russian Perspective On The Issues Of Kosovo And Nuclear Capability.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 12, 2008)
      Season 2008 - Episode 02.12.08
      Charlie Rose (February 12, 2008)
    • Charlie Rose (December 4, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 12.04.01
      Former Prime Minister Of Israel, Ehud Barak, Discusses The Crisis In The Middle East. Then, Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, Talks About His Book Christmas In Plains, Which Recounts His Annual Return To Plains, Georgia For Christmas. He Also Discusses Negotiating For Peace In The Middle East During His Presidency
    • Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Middle East correspondent Anthony Shadid of "The New York Times" and his wife Nada Bakri, formerly of "The Washington Post" who will also join "The New York Times's" Baghdad Bureau || Director Tom Ford talks about his film "A Simple Man"
    • Charlie Rose (January 19, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 01.19.96
      As The Digital Revolution Ushers In A New Era Of Technology, The Nation Races To Realize Its Possibilities. Author Daniel Burstein Has Written A New Book On The Topic, Road Warriors, Which Examines The Social And Economic Implications Of America'S New Technological Frontier. Then, Actress Lauren Bacall Is On The Show. She Talks About Her New Movie With Barbara Streisand, The Mirror Has Two Faces, And Her Latest Memoir, Now. Now Follows Bacall'S Last Memoir, By Myself, Which Won The National Book Award For Autobiography In 1980. Next, For The First Time In Richard Avedon'S Career As A Celebrated Fashion Photographer Cum Controversial Portrait Artist, He Has Given Exclusive And Intimate Access To His Life And Work. Richard Avedon: Darkness And Light Is The New Documentary Film By The Emmy And Academy Award-Nominated Filmmaker Helen Whitney. Whitney And Avedon Are Both On To Discuss The Film. Finally, Pete Hamill Talks To Charlie About His Latest Collection Of Essays, Piecework: Writings On Men And Women, Fools And Heroes, Lost Cities, Vanished Friends, Small Pleasures, Large Calamities And How The Weather Was. It Brings Together Hamill'S Work From The Last 25 Years.moreless
    • Charlie Rose May 18, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 05.18.00
      A Discussion About General Barry Mccaffrey; A Discussion About The Nba Playoffs
    • Charlie Rose (January 18, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 01.18.00
      A Conversation With Peter Beinart About The New Republic; A Conversation With Jeffrey Toobin About The Clinton Impeachment Affair; A Conversation With Emily Watson About The Film Angela'S Ashes
    • Charlie Rose (June 23, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 06.23.95
      Catherine Deneuve talks about the re-release of her film Belle du Jour, her long career as an actor and movie star, and her native country of France. Then, filmmaker Frederick Wiseman and dancers Susan Jaffe and Kathleen Moore discuss the new film Ballet, which tells the story of the principal dancers of American Ballet Theatre and the rigors of dancing professionally.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 24, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 01.24.00
      A Conversation With Anthony Minghella; A Conversation With Robert Wagner
    • Charlie Rose (November 18, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 11.18.97
      Charlie Talks To Columnist Hugo Young Of The Guardian About The Blair Government And The State Of British-Us Relations. Next, He Speaks With The Editor Of The Scotsman, Andrew Neil, About Tony Blair And Margaret Thatcher. Finally, Author Wendy Beckett Talks About Visual Art Through The Ages.
    • Charlie Rose (July 21, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 07.21.97
      Money Manager Jim Cramer Talks About The Implications Of Today'S Dip In The Major Stock Indices. Next, Chairperson Of Lincoln Center Beverly Sills And Singer Ying Huang Talks About The Differences Between Beijing And American Opera. Also, They Discuss The Mostly Mozart Festival That Happens At The Center Every Year. Finally, Author Richard Ford Discusses His Novel, Women With Men That Is Comprised Of Three Novellas.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 4, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 08.04.06
      In The Midst Of The Israeli Bombing Campaign Against Hezbollah, Charlie Speaks With Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora About The Toll The Military Strike Is Taking On The Lebanese People. Siniora Decries The Israeli Campaign, Declaring That The Effort Had Set His Country Back By 30 Years. He Also Expresses Hope For A Ceasefire And For An International Coalition To Rebuild The Country By 2010. Next, Charlie Speaks With Esteemed Historical Spy Novelist Alan Furst About His New Book, "The Foreign Correspondent".moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 1, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 05.01.02
      A Panel Discussion On The French Elections; An Interview With Mira Nair; An Interview With James Bellows
    • Charlie Rose (May 26, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 05.26.05
      A Discussion About The Effort To Rebuild At Ground Zero With Sheldon Silver, The Speaker Of The New York State Assembly. Also, A Conversation About American Foreign Policy And Relations With Russia With Robert Strauss, The Former Chairman Of The Democratic National Committee And The Former Ambassador To The Soviet Union.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 31, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 03.31.06
      Guest Host James Fallows From The Atlantic Monthly Talks About Lessons Learned In Vietnam And The U.S. Military Strategy In Iraq With: Lt. Col. John Nagl, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Lewis Sorley, U.S. Army (Retired); And Lt. Col. Conrad Crane, U.S. Army (Retired). Then, A Preview Of The Final Four With Sports Author John Feinstein And Cbs Sports Journalist Billy Packer. Plus, Television Producer Abigail Pogrebin Talks About Her New Book Stars Of David, In Which A Spectrum Of Prominent Jews Discuss Their Lives And Careers.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 10, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 10.10.95
      An interview with Gerald Lefcourt, Kazuo Ishiguro, and Wendy Wasserstein. Playwright Wendy Wasserstein discusses her Tony-Award winning play, The Heidi Chronicles and its subsequent film adaptation, which is directed by Paul Bogart and stars Jamie Lee Curtis. Wasserstein also touches on the New York theatre community, and working with actresses Meryl Streep and Madeleine Kahn.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 24, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 01.24.02
      An Interview With Tina Brown; An Interview With Kate Winslet
    • Charlie Rose (November 24, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 11.24.99
      Senator Robert Torricelli Of New Jersey Discusses Some Of The Most Inspiring Speeches Of The Century, As Compiled In His Co-Edited Book In Our Own Words. Next, The Editor Of The Economist Bill Emmott Discusses International Perceptions Of The United States. Emmott Later Looks At The Relationship Between Europe And The United States And The State Of The American Economy. Finally, A Discussion With Director Gavin O'Connor And Actress Janet Mcteer On Their New Movie, Tumbleweeds. The Film Follows An Emotionally Abused Mother Who Resolves To Take Her Daughter And Leave Everything Else Behind In Search Of A New, Better Life.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 15, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 08.15.97
      Charles Frazier, Author Of Civil War Novel Cold Mountain, Talks About His Popular First Book About A Soldier Who Deserts The Army To Return To The Woman He Loves. Also, Actresses Cicely Tyson And Ruby Dee And Biographer Donald Bogle Discuss The First Black Actress To Be Nominated For An Academy Award, Dorothy Dandridge.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 8, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 09.08.04
      An Update From Baghdad On The Military Situation In Iraq With Dexter Filkins Of The New York Times Followed By A Discussion With John Chambers, The Ceo Of Cisco Who Says The Next Step In Computer Technology Will Depend On The Progress Of Interconnectivity And The Development Of Network Solutions.
    • Charlie Rose (March 28, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 03.28.95
      Robert Novak, the columnist from Washington, talks about the Republican revolution, led by Newt Gingrich, economic growth, and Republican presidential nominees. Second, Michael Kelly of The New Yorker talks about the Clinton Administration and their re-election effort. Finally, Terrence McNally and Nathan Lane discuss the Broadway play Love! Valour! Compassion!
    • Charlie Rose (June 5, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 06.05.00
      Writer Martin Amis Talks About His New Memoir, Experience, Which Examines A Life In Progress By Considering Such Subjects As Fatherhood, Friendship, Death, Love And Literature. Later, Princeton Historian Bernard Lewis On The Middle East.
    • Charlie Rose (April 17, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 04.17.01
      An Interview With Jack Welch
    • A Discussion About Iraq With Michael Gordon Of The The New York Times. || A Conversation With Jon Meacham, The Managing Editor Of "Newsweek" About His Cover Story On Fred Thompson And His Presidential Campaign Announcement. || A Discussion About The Presidential Campaigns With Adam Nagourney, National Political Reporter For The New York Times. Nagourney Reports From New Hampshire.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 10, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 05.10.99
      Les Gelb Discusses The U.S.-China Relationship In The Wake Of The Nato Bombing Of The Chinese Embassy In Yugoslavia, And The Long-Term Implications In Taiwan And Tibet. Then, Winston Lord Talks About The Aftereffects Of The Accidental Bombing, And Whether The United States' Diplomatic Efforts With China Can Be Successful. Next, Dilbert Creator Scott Adams Discusses Cartoons As A Form Of Media, The Origins Of Dilbert, And Its Relevance. Finally, Part Two Of A Conversation With Nba Star Bill Russell About His Acclaimed Career, Relationship With The Media, And Aversion To Autographs.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 8, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 05.08.97
      Journalists Jimmy Breslin, Jeff Greenfield And David Remnick Remember Their Friend Journalist Murray Kempton. Next, Andrew Weil Talks To Charlie About His Career In Alternative Medicine And His Popular Book, 8 Weeks To Optimum Health. Finally, Venture Capitalist Bill Gross Discusses His Company, Idealab! That Supports Internet Businesses.
    • 5/1/09
      A Conversation With Robert Zoellick, President Of The World Bank || A Conversation With Suzy Welch About The Book, "10-10-10"
    • Charlie Rose (August 18, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 08.18.99
      Writer And Painter Peter Landesman And Former Metropolitan Museum Of Art Director Thomas Hoving Discuss The Recent Art Forgery Committed By A Teacher In Great Britain. Hoving Is Also The Author Of False Impressions: The Hunt For Big Time Art Fakes. Next, Author Bill Shore Talks About His Book, Share Our Strength. Shore Offers Innovative Ways Of Dealing With Poverty In The United States And Discusses Some Of The Programs That Have Been Successful In The Past. Last, An Interview With Indian-American Writer Jhumpa Lahiri About Her Short Story Collection Entitled Interpreter Of Maladies.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 19, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 11.19.99
      First, An Update On The Investigation Into The Causes Of The Crash Of Egyptair Flight 990 With Nabil Fahmi, Egyptian Ambassador To The United States, And James Kallstrom, Former Assistant Director Of The F.B.I. Next, The Ceo Of Amazon.Com, Jeff Bezos, And The Ceo Of Sotheby'S Holdings, Diana D. Brooks, Discuss Their Collaboration On Online Auctioning. Finally, Reverend Mike Piazza And Architect Philip Johnson Talk About The Creation Of A Gay Church In Dallas, Texas, Called The Cathedral Of Hope.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 7, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 09.07.00
      Dr. Peter Piot, The Executive Director Of Unaids, The Joint United Nations Program On Hiv-Aids, Talks About The Growing Global Epidemic. Then, Former Senior Adviser To Four Presidents David Gergen Discusses His New Book, Eyewitness To Power, Which Reflects On His Days In The White House And Offers Lessons On The Nature Of Leadership.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 14, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 04.14.04
      The Broadcast Begins With A Conversation Recorded In Houston, Texas With The President Of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak. He Discusses The Situation In The Middle East And The Withdrawal From Gaza. The Second Half Of The Evening Is Spent With Oliver Stone Talking About His New Film For Hbo, Looking For Fidel.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 3, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 12.03.02
      Countess Albina Du Boisrouvray, Founder And President Of The Association Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Discusses The Orphans Of The Aids Epidemic. Then, An Interview With Director Peter Jackson And Actors Viggo Mortensen And Elijah Wood About The Second Installment In The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy, The Two Towers.
    • Charlie Rose (September 14, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 09.14.98
      First, John Ashcroft, Republican Senator From Missouri, Discusses His Place On The Judiciary Committee, His Opinion That Clinton Should Resign In The Face Of The Lewinsky Affair, And The Possibility That He Will Run For President. Then, Whoopi Goldberg Discusses Her Career And Her New Role As The "Center Square" On The Game Show Hollywood Squares. Then, Ben Stiller Discusses His Roles In Several New Movies, Especially Permanent Midnight, In Which He Plays A Heroin-Addicted Television Writer. Finally, P.J. O'Rourke, Political Satirist And Writer For Publications Like Rolling Stone, Discusses His New Book, Eat The Rich, About The American Economy.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 20, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 03.20.98
      First, Adrian Lestler, One Of The Stars Of Primary Colors, The Acclaimed Film Directed By Mike Nichols, Discusses Why The Film Has Been So Successful. Then, Jack Valenti, President And Ceo Of The Motion Picture Association Of America, Talks To Charlie About Rising Prices In The Film Industry And Reflects On 1997 Which Has Been A Record Year For Movie Attendance And Box Office Sales. Also, Filmmaker John Sayles, Who Was Responsible For Apollo 13 And Lone Star, Talks To Charlie About Men With Guns, A Politically Conscious Movie, On A Small Budget In A Foreign Language Without A Star. Finally, Helsinki-Born Conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen Discusses His Project, Filmharmonic, Which Brings Together Teams Of Hollywood Directors And Composers To Make Short Films Accompanied By Live Musical Scores.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 16, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 01.16.01
      Senator John Breaux Of Louisiana Talks About The Assembly Of President Bush'S Cabinet And The John Ashcroft Confirmation Hearings For Attorney General. Later, Puerto Rican Actor Benicio Del Toro Discusses His Performance In Steven Soderbergh'S Traffic, Sean Penn'S The Pledge, And Guy Ritchie'S Snatch.
    • Charlie Rose (May 7, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 05.07.04
      The Hour Considers The Recent Testimony Of Secretary Don Rumsfeld Before The Senate And House Armed Service Committee. Charlie Talks To David Martin Of Cbs News, Michael Duffy Of Time Magazine, Republican Congressman Duncan Hunter, Democratic Congressman Charles Rangel, And Senator Evan Bayh Of Indiana. They Share Their Thoughts On The Testimony And The Possibility Of Rumsfeld'S Resignation.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 4, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 02.04.98
      First, Dame Joan Sutherland Speaks About Her New Autobiography, A Prima Donna'S Progress. Sutherland Made Her Debut In Covent Gardens Company In Mozart'S Magic Flute, Has Performed In Great Opera Houses All Over The World And Is Still Known As The Unparalleled Operatic Voice Of The Century. Also, Best-Selling Author Howard Blum, A Former Journalist For The New York Times And A Contributing Editor Of Vanity Fair, Talks About His New Book, The Gold Exodus, Which Recounts The Story Of Two American Adventurers Believe They Discovered The Site Where Moses Received The Ten Commandments In Saudi Arabia. Then, Best-Selling Author James Patterson, Writer Of Kiss The Girls And Jack And Jill, Is On To Talk About His New Mystery Novel Cat & Mouse. Finally, Michael Murphy, Who Wrote Golf In The Kingdom, One Of The Best-Selling Golf Novels Ever Published, About The Beauty And Metaphysical Power Of The Game, Is On To Talk About Its Newly Penned Sequel, The Kingdom Of Shivas Irons.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 1, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 07.01.05
      Discussions About The Retirement Of Sandra Day O'Connor With Attorney David Boies, Jay Sekulow Of The American Center For Law And Justice, Ralph Neas, Ceo Of People For The American Way, And Journalists Charles Lane, Nina Totenberg, And Jeffrey Rosen. Also, An Excerpt From Charlie Rose'S 2002 Conversation With Justice O'Connor.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 3, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 11.03.99
      On Interview'S 30Th Anniversary, The Editor Ingrid Sischy, Photographer David Lachapelle, And Musician Jon Bon Jovi Reflect On The Magazine'S Success And The Influence Of Its Founder, The Artist Andy Warhol. Also, Actor Gene Hackman And Underwater Archaeologist Daniel Lenihan Talk About Their Co-Authored Novel Set In The 19Th Century, Wake Of The Perdido Star.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 16, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 03.16.05
      A Report On The President'S Press Conference With Elisabeth Bumiller Of The New York Times. Also, Republican Senator Charles Hagel Of Nebraska. Then, A Discussion About Oil And Alternative Energy Sources With Vijay Vaitheeswaran Of The Economist And Author Of Power To The People And Daniel Yergin, Chairman And Co-Founder Of Cambridge Energy Research Associates.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 1, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 06.01.04
      Former U.N. Ambassador Richard Holbrooke Talks With Charlie About The Foreign Policy Position Of Presidential Candidate John Kerry. Charlie And The Ambassador Talk About Leadership, Voter Trends And What The Future Could Hold For American Foreign Policy. Then, Author Craig Unger Talks About His Book House Of Bush, House Of Saud.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (June 3, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 06.03.97
      President Clinton'S Lawyer, Robert Bennett, Talks About The Sexual Harassment Case Being Brought Against His Client By Paula Jones. Senator John Mccain Speaks To Charlie About His Experiences As A Soldier In Vietnam. He Also Expresses Support For The Head Start Program And American Education.
    • Charlie Rose (December 2, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 12.02.98
      First, Shimon Peres, Former Prime Minister Of Israel, Discusses His New Book For The Future Of Israel, Israeli Politics, The Situation With Palestine, Ehud Barak, And Bibi Netanyahu. Then, Kurt Andersen, Writer For The New Yorker, Discusses The Profile Of Tom Hanks That Received Enormous Attention, Especially For Hanks' Comment That He Wished He Had Not Donated Money To The Clinton Defense Fund. He Discusses The Overlap Between Politics And Entertainment. Finally, Judy Collins, Singer, Actress, And Activist, Discusses Her New Book, Singing Lessons, Which Is Her Second Memoir And Deals With The Suicide Of Her Son.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 16, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 10.16.06
      First, Paul Volcker, Chairman Of The U.N.'S Independent Inquiry Committee On The Oil-For-Food Program, Discusses The United Nations And The United States Today. Then, Nandan Nilekani, Ceo Of Infosys, Discusses His Career And Company In India.
    • Charlie Rose (April 23, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 04.23.01
      A Conversation With Richard Burke About The First 100 Days Of The Bush Administration; A Panel Of Writers Talks About The Writers' Organization Pen; An Interview With Author Tobias Schneebaum
    • Charlie Rose (February 14, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 02.14.05
      First, A Conversation With The World'S Greatest Wine Critic, Robert Parker. Then, A Look At Sister Rose'S Passion, A Film Nominated For An Oscar In The Category Of Best Short Documentary, With Director Oren Jacoby.
    • Charlie Rose (July 18, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 07.18.96
      Mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani talks about the crash of TWA flight 800 into the Atlantic waters just off Long Island, New York and the process of notifying and comforting the families of the victims. After, Paul Bremer of Kissinger Associates, Robert Machol, former chief scientist for the FAA, Gideon Rose of the Council on Foreign Relations and essayist Roger Rosenblatt who was an eyewitness to the crash, continue the discussion of the crash of TWA Flight 800. Finally, Esther Dyson, president of the company Adventure Holdings, shares some of her insight into the future of the Internet.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 22, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 07.22.05
      A Discussion About Domestic Security With William Finnegan Of The New Yorker, Raphael Ron, The President Of New Age Security Solutions, And Michael Wermuth, Director Of The Rand Homeland Security Program. Also, Charlie Rose Talks About Chinese Currency With Keith Bradsher Of The New York Times And Steven Englander Of Barclays Capital.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 23, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 09.23.03
    • Charlie Rose (October 16, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 10.16.97
      Jim Hoge & Fareed Zakaria Of Foreign Affairs Magazine Discuss The Publication'S 25Th Anniversary. They Also Opine On America'S Relationships With Various Asian And Eastern European Countries. Plus, Filmmaker David Breashears Talks About His Imax Film, Mountain Without Mercy, Which Follows The Tragic Journey Of 33 Climbers Up Mount Everest.
    • A Conversation With Alissa Rubin, Deputy Bureau Chief In The Baghdad Bureau Of The New York Times. || A Conversation With Madeleine Albright About Her Book Memo To The President Elect: How We Can Restore America'S Reputation And Leadership. || A Conversation With Saad Mohseni Of Moby Capital Partners, A Media Group Based In Afghanistan With Offices In India, Iran, Tajikistan And Dubai (Uae).moreless
    • A Conversation About The Simpsons Movie With Matt Groening And James L. Brooks. || A Conversation With Democratic Politician Christine Quinn
    • Charlie Rose (May 14, 1999)
      Season 1999 - Episode 05.14.99
      Senator Richard Shelby, Chairman Of The Senate Intelligence Committee, Discusses Potential Weapons Development Programs In China, Terrorist Bombings In Kenya, Sudan, And Kosovo, And How The United States' Foreign Policy Can Best Adapt To The Changing Political World. Next, House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt Talks About His New Book, An Even Better Place: America In The 21St Century, As Well As The State Of America'S Foreign Relations And How They Are Impacted By Domestic Politics. Finally, The New Republic Editor Martin Peretz Discusses Both The American Political Landscape And U.S.-Israeli Relations.moreless
    • A Conversation With Connie Schultz About Her Book . . . And His Lovely Wife: A Memoir From The Woman Beside The Man Which Is An Account Of Standing By Her Man, Sherrod Brown, In His Run For U.S. Senate From Ohio.|| A Conversation With Industrialist And Philanthropist Alfred Taubman About His Book Threshold Resistance - The Extraordinary Career Of A Luxury Retailing Pioneer. || A Conversation With Shen Wei. Wei Was A Founding Member Of China?S First Contemporary Dance Company, The Guangdong Modern Dance Company.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (April 20, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 04.20.06
      Guest Host Andrea Koppel Leads A Discussion About Chinese President Hu Jintao'S Visit To The United States And The State Of U.S. - China Relations With Guests Elizabeth Economy Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Michael Green Of The Center For Strategic And International Studies, And Andrew Nathan Of Columbia University. Then, Guest Host Maria Bartiromo Of Cnbc Talks To Investment Banker Joseph Perella. Finally, A Conversation With Author Kenji Yoshino About His Book Covering: The Hidden Assault On Our Civil Rights.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 31, 1995)
      Season 1995 - Episode 03.31.95
      First, Elliott Abrams, former Assistant Secretary of State; Rep. Robert Torricelli, New Jersey, House Intelligence Committee; and Allan Narin, of the The Nation magazine discuss the possible connection between Guatamala and the CIA. Then, architect Frank Israel talks about his clients and influences, including Louis Kahn, Robert Venturi, Richard Meier, and Frank Gehry. Finally, sportscaster Jim Nantz talks about the NCAA Final Four.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (October 18, 1994)
      Season 1994 - Episode 10.18.94
      First, former presidential candidate Ross Perot shares his views on November's midterm elections, U.S. foreign policy and his new radio show. Then, actor Tom Selleck discusses his new role as chairperson of the Character Counts Coalition as well as his film career.
    • 10/16/09
      The economic recovery, what the government has and has not done, the future regulations and the stock market. We talk to Joe Nocera of The New York Times and Byron Wien, Vice Chairman of Blackstone Advisory Services LP. || Howard Buffett, Philanthropist and Photographer, shows us some amazing pictures of the human condition around the worldmoreless
    • Charlie Rose (January 26, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 01.26.98
      After A Weekend Of Silence Following Allegations That He Had An Affair With Former White House Intern Monica Lewinsky, President Clinton Emphatically Denied That He Engaged In Any Sexual Relations At The Tail-End Of A Press Conference This Morning. On For Analysis Of The Situation Are Katrina Vanden Heuvel, Editor-In-Chief Of The Nation Magazine, David Remnick Of The New Yorker Magazine, Evan Thomas, Managing Editor Of Newsweek And Richard Berke, Chief Political Correspondent For The New York Times. Then, Actor Ving Rames Is On To Discuss His Work In The New Hbo Project, Don King, In Which He Plays The Notorious Boxing Promoter Don King. His Performance Has Received Much Critical Acclaim, And Earned Rames A Golden Globe Award. Finally, Norman Augustine, Chairman And Former Ceo Of Lockheed Martin Corporation, Talks To Charlie About His Career And A New Book, Augustine'S Travels.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 30, 1994)
      Season 1994 - Episode 12.30.94
      First, actor and director Kenneth Branagh discusses growing up in Ireland, his early years as an actor, and the craft of directing. Then, Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson talks about her decision to become an actress, her years in the theater, and meeting her husband, Kenneth Branagh.
    • Charlie Rose (February 12, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 02.12.02
      An Interview With Byron Dorgan; A Discussion About The Enron Scandal; An Interview With John Mccain; An Interview With Terrell Lester
    • Charlie Rose (June 20, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 06.20.96
      In the wake of controversy in Washington over the White House's acquisition of FBI background reports on some 400 people, Charlie talks to Michael Isikoff of "Newsweek" and John Harris of "TheWashington Post." Then, a conversation with Reverend Jesse Jac
    • 10/17/07
      A Conversation With John Negroponte, United States Deputy Secretary Of State. Negroponte Discussses China, Iraq, Iran, Israel And Palestine. || A Conversation With Musician Annie Lennox About Her Album Songs Of Mass Destruction.
    • Charlie Rose (July 7, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 07.07.00
      Patrick Mcenroe Of Cbs Sports On His Predictions For The Wimbledon Finals. Then, A Discussion About The Phenomenon Of The Movie The Perfect Storm With The Author Of The Book, Sebastian Junger, And One Of The Stars Of The Movie, Diane Lane.
    • Ken Auletta, author of "Googled: The End of the World As We Know It" || Golf instructors Mike Bennett & Andy Plummer, authors of "The Stack and Tilt Swing"
    • Charlie Rose (December 14, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 12.14.98
      Tom Brokaw, Anchor Of Nbc Nightly News And Author Of The Greatest Generation, Discusses His New Book, His Visit To Normandy That Made Him Decided To Write The Book, The History And Impact Of Wwii And The Great Depression, The Clinton Impeachment, And His Personal Life.
    • Charlie Rose (April 24, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 04.24.06
      Guest Host Cokie Roberts Of Abc News Talks To Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va) About The Upcoming Mid-Term Elections And The State Of The Republican Party. Then, Roberts Discusses National Politics With Linda Wertheimer Of Npr And Linda Douglass Of New York University. Finally, Guest Host Adam Gopnik Of The New Yorker Leads A Discussion About The Current State Of Politics In France With Philosopher And Author Bernard-Henri Levy And Roger Cohen Of The International Herald Tribune.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (September 22, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 09.22.06
      First, U.K. Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett Discusses Her Address To The United Nations General Assembly And The Ongoing Wars In Iraq And Afghanistan. Then, Sir Richard Branson, Chairman And Ceo Of The Virgin Group, And Famed Venture Capitalist And Partner At Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield & Byers, Vinod Khosla, Discuss Their Global Environmental Intiatives, The Threat Of Global Warming, And The Potential Of Green Technology. They Also Discuss Branson'S $3 Billion Commitment To Fund Research Into Alternative Energy Sources.moreless
    • A Discussion About Barack Obama & Rev. Jeremiah Wright With James Clyburn, Sally Quinn, Kelefa Sanneh Of The New Yorker And Rev. Floyd Flake, Senior Pastor Of Greater Allen African Methodist Episcopal Cathedral In Jamaica, Queens, New York, And President Of Wilberforce
    • Charlie Rose (June 22, 2004)
      Season 2004 - Episode 06.22.04
      Charlie Opens The Broadcast With A Discussion On A Remarkable And Successful Education Experiment Taking Place In Harlem With Geoffrey Canada. Then, Charlie Takes A Look At The Anti-Semitism Conference Held At The United Nations With Edward Mortimer, Advisor To The U.N. Secretary-General, Abraham Foxman, National Director Of The Anti-Defamation League, Swami Adiswaranda, Spiritual Leader, And Elie Wiesel, Nobel Prize Laureate. The Broadcast Concludes With Dr. Jerome Groupman About His Book The Anatomy Of Hope: How People Prevail In The Face Of Illness.moreless
    • A Conversation With Arianna Huffington Of The Huffington Post. || A Conversation With Valerie Plame Wilson, A Former United States Cia Officer Who Worked As A Classified Covert Intelligence Agent For Over Twenty Years And Author Of Fair Game: My Life As A Spy, My Betrayal By The White House.
    • Charlie Rose (June 21, 2005)
      Season 2005 - Episode 06.21.05
      Senator Joseph Biden Of Delaware Talks To Charlie Rose About The Situation In Iraq. From The Ground In Baghdad, John F. Burns Of The New York Times Gives Us An Update On The Situation. Finally, Doug Liman, Director Of Mr. And Mrs. Smith, In Conversation About The Film.
    • Charlie Rose (September 10, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 09.10.97
      Charlie Speaks With Israeli Ambassador To The United Nations Dore Gold About Madeleine Albright'S Meeting With Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Regarding Terrorism In Gaza. Next, Friends And Musicians Willie Nelson & Kinky Friedman Talk About Their Literary Collaboration Entitled, Road Kill. Finally, David Byrne Talks About His Public Versus His Private Persona And His Latest Album, Feelings.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 24, 2001)
      Season 2001 - Episode 07.24.01
      A Panel Discussion On President Bush'S European Tour; An Interview With Michael Hardt
    • Charlie Rose (April 21, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 04.21.97
      Charlie Talks To National Security Officer To The President Samuel Berger About The Ratification Process For The Chemical Weapons Treaty That Would Outlaw The Manufacture, Storage Or Use Of Chemical Weapons. Next, Former Secretary Of Labor Robert Reich Talks About His Memoir Called, Locked In The Cabinet. Finally, Host Of Npr'S Fresh Air Terry Gross Talks About The Notable Guests She Has Interviewed Over The Years.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 12, 2003)
      Season 2003 - Episode 02.12.03
      Chief Correspondent For The New York Times Patrick Tyler Discusses The Elevated Terror Alert. Also, A Dialogue With Bill Emmott, Editor Of The Economist, About His New Book, 20:21 Vision: 20Th Century Lessons For The 21St. Then, The Architect David Rockwell Discusses His Work And New Book, Pleasure. Finally, A Talk About The Recent Westminster Dog Show With Winning Trainer Bill Mcfadden And Analyst David Frei.moreless
    • A Discussion About The Mitchell Report On Performance-Enhancing Drugs In Major League Baseball With George Mitchell. || A Discussion About The Film And Book The Kite Runner With Author Khaled Hosseini, Director Marc Forster And Actor Khalid Abdalla.
    • Charlie Rose (July 24, 2006)
      Season 2006 - Episode 07.24.06
      On The Thirteenth Day Of Fighting Between Israeli Forces And The Hezbollah Militia, Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice Is In The Region To Meet With Both Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert And Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora. Here To Discuss These Most Recent Developments Is Dennis Ross Of The Washington Institute For Near East Policy. Then, Charlie Continues The Conversation About The Middle East With Leon Wieseltier, A Literary Editor At The New Republic. This Week, The Cover Of The Publication Features Israel, Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria And Iran. Also, Chris Anderson, Editor In Chief Of Wired Magazine, Is On To Talk About The Success The Publication Has Seen Since He Took Over Fiver Years Ago. He Also Talks To Charlie About His New Book, The Long Tail: Why The Future Of Business Is Selling Less Of More.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (February 28, 2007)
      Season 2007 - Episode 02.28.07
      First, A Conversation With Gov. Mike Easley, Republican Of North Carolina, About His Policy Agenda For His State, Which Focuses Heavily On Economic Improvement And Public Education. Easley Discusses The Importance Of Coordinating Primary And Secondary Level Instruction With College Education. Then, A Discussion With James Levine Of The Metropolitan Opera And Choreographer Mark Morris, Artistic Director Of The Mark Morris Dance Group, Who Discuss Their New Interpretation Of Christoph Gluck'S "Orfeo Ed Euridice", A Union Of Opera And Modern Dance.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 22, 1994)
      Season 1994 - Episode 11.22.94
      First, director Ivan Reitman discusses working with Arnold Schwarzenegger on his latest comedy, Junior, about the world's first pregnant man. Then, Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson, co-star in Junior, talks about her decision to become an actress, her years in the theater, and meeting her husband, Kenneth Branagh.
    • Charlie Rose (April 5, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 04.05.96
      First, Daniel Jonah Goldhagen Is On To Discuss His New Book On Adolf Hitler, Hitler'S Willing Executioners. The Book Makes The Argument That The Holocaust Could Only Have Happened With The Support Of Ordinary Germans And Explores Why Anti-Semitism And The Slaughter Of Jews Embraced By The German People. Then, A Conversation With Howard K. Smith. Smith'S Long And Dazzling Career Began When He Left Oxford, Where He Was A Rhodes Scholar, To Cover World War Ii. During His Forty Years In News, He Conducted The First Television Interview With President Nixon And Moderated The 1960 Presidential Debate Between Kennedy And Nixon. He Has Just Completed His Memoir, Events Leading Up To My Death. Finally, An Interview With British Actor Robert E. Grant, Whose Feature Film Debut Was The The Cult Classic, Withnail And I. Since Coming To Hollywood He Has Worked With Robert Altman, Frances Ford Coppola And Martin Scorsese. He Talks To Charlie About His Role In The Romantic Comedy, Jack And Sarah.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 13, 2002)
      Season 2002 - Episode 05.13.02
      A Discussion Of Former President Jimmy Carter'S Visit To Fidel Castro In Cuba; An Interview With Maxwell Anderson; An Interview With Lawrence Rinder
    • Charlie Rose (September 20, 1994)
      Season 1994 - Episode 09.20.94
      First, former Beijing correspondents Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn talk about their five years in China, their Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting on the Tiananmen Square massacre, and their new book, China Wakes. Then, novelists Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana talk about their collaboration, the new novel, Pretty Boy Floyd. Finally, actor and star of the PBS show Mr. Roger's Neighborhood, Frank Rogers talks about his novel on self-esteem, You Are Special.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (November 15, 2000)
      Season 2000 - Episode 11.15.00
      A Conversation With George Shultz; A Conversation With Russell Simmons; A Conversation With Kurt Warner
    • Charlie Rose (August 1, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 08.01.96
      First, Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating reflects on the April 1995 bombing of the federal building in the state capital of Oklahoma. Then, Tom Freston, chairman and CEO of MTV Networks, Tabitha Soren, political correspondent for MTV News, Christopher John Farley of Time magazine, and the editor-in-chief of Details magazine Joe Dolce talk about the impact of MTV on America and pop culture on the networks 15th anniversary. Finally, author Brian Moore talks about his latest thriller, The Statement, in which the central character is a Vichy war criminal on the run from the law.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (July 23, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 07.23.96
      John Cochran, ABC News's Congressional correspondent, talks with Charlie about Bob Dole's campaign and Dole's potential picks for a vice presidential runningmate. Then, the new president-elect of the Dominican Republic, Leonel Fernandez, speaks about taking office in the near future, and his plans to modernize his country. After, writer John Horgan, Michael Lemonick of Time magazine, and Dr. Jeremiah Ostriker, provost of Princeton University, discuss whether or not there are any more big scientific discoveries left to be made. Finally, David Mixner, who has been credited with mobilizing the gay community behind President Clinton in the 1992 election talks about his new memoir, Stranger Among Friends.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (May 14, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 05.14.96
      In light of the eight deaths that occurred this weekend due to a surprise blizzard on Mt. Everest, Charlie talks with three men who have been up and back. Mountaineer Joe Blackburn, Lawrence Huntington, Chairman and CEO of Fiduciary Trust Company International and David Swanson, CEO, Countrymark, Inc reflect on why Everest has such allure for climbers. Then, Bill Cosby, whose program The Cosby Show rescued a struggling NBC and revitalized the sitcom in the mid '80s, is on to discuss a new television show that will premiere on CBS this fall. Finally, first--time novelist Jane Mendelsohn talks about her new book, I Was Amelia Earhart. The narration of the book assumes the voice of the aviator herself and illustrates Earhart life beyond the events of 1937.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (August 14, 1997)
      Season 1997 - Episode 08.14.97
      Indian Authors Salman Rushdie And Arundhati Roy As Well As American Journalist Barbara Crossette Talk To Charlie About India'S 50Th Year Of Independence. They Share Their Thoughts On The Future Of The World'S Largest Democracy. Next, The United States Tennis Association Is Naming Its New Tennis Stadium After The Late Tennis Star Arthur Ashe. His Widow, Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, And Usta President Harry Marmion Talk About The New Stadium And The Legacy Of Its Namesake. Finally, Filmmaker Neil Labute Discusses His Controversial New Film, In The Company Of Men, Which Explores Gender Relations.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (December 16, 1996)
      Season 1996 - Episode 12.16.96
      Jim Cramer, chairman of Cramer & Co. and Street. com, discusses the stock market and his criticisms of Fidelity Next, a conversation with novelist John Edgar Wideman on his newest work, The Cattle Killing, a blending of history and fiction as well as the issue of race in both Africa and America. Also, Tony Award winner Madeline Kahn speaks about her return to television on Bill Cosby's new show as Hilton Lucas.moreless
    • Charlie Rose (March 5, 1998)
      Season 1998 - Episode 03.05.98
      First, An Interview With Dan Rather, Cbs News Anchor About Fred Friendly And His Life, Integrity, Dedication And Contribution To Journalism. Next, A Memoriam Of Fred Friendly With Ted Koppel, News Anchor For Nightline, Tom Bettag, Executive Producer Of Nightline, And Cynthia Mcfadden, Abc News Correspondent, Which Presents Personal Experiences With Fred Friendly And Highlights His Pioneering Attitude In News Broadcasting. Finally, An Interview With Joel Klein, Assistant U. S. Attorney General, About The Unfair Use Of Power By Microsoft To Monopolize The Industry.moreless