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  • A Rebroadcasted Conversation With Nelson Mandela
    On the occasion of his historic victory in South Africa's first open presidential election, a rebroadcast of a conversation with Nelson Mandela about the major political gains in South Africa as well as the historical and cultural barriers that inhibit social progress. Mandela also discusses his dreams for the future of South Africa and the sacrifice he made during his long imprisonment (from September 30, 1993).moreless
  • Liz Tilberis
    Liz Tilberis
    Episode 07.27.94
    7/27/94
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    Liz Tilberis, editor-in-chief of
  • A Discussion With Placido Domingo
    9/5/94
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    Singer and conductor Placido Domingo talks about his first night conducting at the Metropolitan Opera, the pleasures of conducting, and his performance technique.
  • Jose Carreras
    Episode 09.05.94
    9/5/94
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    Opera singer Jose Carreras discusses his early inspiration to become an opera singer, his successful career, and the power of the human voice.
  • Frederick Wiseman
    Frederick Wiseman
    Episode 09.06.94
    9/6/94
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    Documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman discusses his film
  • A Panel Discussion On Cuba
    Episode 09.06.94
    9/6/94
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    A panel discussion about Cuban immigration, Fidel Castro, and the island's future with Mort Zuckerman, Juan Gonzalez of
  • Bret Easton Ellis
    Bret Easton Ellis
    Episode 09.07.94
    9/7/94
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    A conversation with novelist Bret Easton Ellis about the furor over his book
  • Ed Koch
    Episode 09.07.94
    9/7/94
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    Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch talks about his life in the public eye, his political inspirations, and his many accomplishments in his political career.
  • Grant Tinker
    Episode 09.08.94
    9/8/94
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    A conversation with television giant Grant Tinker, former head of Mary Tyler Moore Studios and chairman of NBC Television, about the current state of broadcasting, his career in Hollywood, and the shows he helped create, as detailed in his book
  • 9/9/94
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    First, a panel discusses the American Grand Slam tennis tournament. Panel members are: Tony Trabert, tennis commentator for CBS Sports and winner of ten Grand Slam titles; tennis player-turned-commentator Tracy Austin; tennis player Cliff Drysdale; and Bud Collins, tennis czar for the Boston Globe and NBC Sports. Then, Time magazine science writer Michael Lemonick talks about his alarming cover story about new viruses and drug-resistant bacteria. Finally, Evening Shade star Marilu Henner discusses her new syndicated talk show and career, as detailed in her autobiography, By All Means Keep On Moving.moreless
  • Joe Biden And Mike Castle
    Episode 09.12.94
    9/12/94
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    A conversation with Democratic Senator Joe Biden of Delaware and Republican Congressman and former Delaware Governor Mike Castle about their home state, the pressing issues in the nation, and where they think the country is headed.
  • Barbara Bush
    Barbara Bush
    Episode 09.13.94
    9/13/94
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    An interview with former First Lady Barbara Bush about her life in the public eye, from Texas to Washington, as detailed in her memoir
  • 9/13/94
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    Screenwriter Paul Attanasio discusses adapting and researching the new Robert Redford film about the quiz show scandals of the 1950s,
  • A Discussion With Bob Costas
    A Discussion With Bob Costas
    Episode 09.14.94
    9/14/94
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    Bob Costas of NBC Sports talks about the continuing baseball strike and its implications for the 1995 season.
  • Fatima Mernissi
    Episode 09.14.94
    9/14/94
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    A conversation with author Fatima Mernissi about her experiences growing up in a Muslim harem in Fez, Morocco, as detailed in her book
  • A Panel On Haiti
    Episode 09.15.94
    9/15/94
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    A discussion about Haiti and the question of invasion, following President Clinton's talk to the American people. Panelists include Reverend Jesse Jackson of the Rainbow Coalition, Les Gelb, President of the Council of Foreign Relations, Haitian journalist Jean Dominique, and Republican Senator Judd Gregg from New Hampshire.
  • Andrew Neil
    Andrew Neil
    Episode 09.15.94
    9/15/94
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    Andrew Neil, editor-in-chief of
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin And Richard Goodwin
    9/16/94
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    Husband and wife authors Doris Kearns Goodwin and Richard Goodwin discuss her biography on Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt,
  • A Discussion With Dan Rather
    Episode 09.16.94
    9/16/94
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    A Discussion With Dan Rather
  • A Panel Discussion On Haiti
    Episode 09.19.94
    9/19/94
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    A discussion about the events unfolding in Haiti, particularly the successful trip by President Clinton's special envoys, former President Jimmy Carter, General Colin Powell, and Georgia Senator Sam Nunn. Panelists include General Brent Scowcroft, National Security Advisor during the Bush Administration, Republican Senator John McCain from Arizona, Democratic Senator Bob Graham from Florida, Kweisi Mfume, head of the Congressional Black Caucus, and Raymond Joseph, the co-editor of themoreless
  • 9/20/94
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    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
  • 9/21/94
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    A discussion with political strategists Mary Matalin and James Carville about President Clinton's 1992 campaign, their romantic relationship across opposite sides of the political fence, and their book on the subject,
  • Anna Quindlen
    Episode 09.22.94
    9/22/94
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    Author and Pulitzer Prize-winning
  • Ken Burns
    Episode 09.23.94
    9/23/94
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    A conversation with Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Ken Burns about his nine-part documentary on the history of America's national pastime,
  • A Discussion About Haiti
    Episode 09.26.94
    9/26/94
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    Senator Sam Nunn, Chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, discusses the 15,000 U.S. troops on their way to Haiti and what role they will have in peacekeeping efforts.
  • Carol Burnett And Arthur Penn
    9/26/94
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    Comedian Carol Burnett and director Arthur Penn talk about their roles on the prize committee for the Dorothy and Lillian Gish Award, given annually for excellence in the arts.
  • 9/27/94
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    First, Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres discusses peace talks with Syria and Jordan and the negotiations with the PLO regarding elections. Then, Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Bob Gibson talks about his career and life, detailed in his new autobiography, Stranger to the Game.
  • A Discussion With Kenny Rogers
    9/28/94
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    Country music singer Kenny Rogers talks about his successful Roasters chicken franchise, his musical career, and his album
  • Douglas Hurd
    Episode 09.28.94
    9/28/94
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    Right Honorable Douglas Hurd, Foreign Secretary of Great Britain, discusses some of the crucial issues facing the world, including conflict in Bosnia and Northern Ireland.
  • 9/29/94
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    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.
  • 10/3/94
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    First, a discussion about the new Supreme Court term which begins on the first Monday in October with Burt Neuborne, Constitutional Law professor at New York University, and Attorney Robert Giuffra, who clerked for sitting Chief Justice William Rehnquist. Then, Reverend Jesse Jackson shares his views on police corruption, the situation in Haiti, and presidential politics. Later, Jay Wilkinson, talks about his book about his father, legendary Oklahoma football coach Bud Wilkinson, Bud Wilkinson: An Intimate Portrait of an American Legend. Finally, men's wear designer Tommy Hilfiger discusses his company and his career in fashion.moreless
  • A Panel On The Political Future Of Colin Powell
    A discussion about the popularity and prospects of retired General Colin Powell as a presidential candidate. Panelists include Powell's first cousin Bruce Llewellyn,
  • Edward O. Wilson
    Episode 10.04.94
    10/4/94
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    Pulitzer Prize-winning Harvard biologist Edward O. Wilson talks about the changes he's seen in his field, his concerns about species extinction, and his early fascination with science, as detailed in his autobiography
  • Dave Brubeck
    Episode 10.05.94
    10/5/94
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    Jazz great Dave Brubeck talks about his musical influences, his favorite recordings, and his life in the entertainment world.
  • Mary Tyler Moore
    Mary Tyler Moore
    Episode 10.05.94
    10/5/94
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    Then actress Mary Tyler Moore talks about her career in television and film, her venture into exercise videos, and her role in the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
  • Bernard-henri Levy
    Episode 10.06.94
    10/6/94
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    French philosopher and intellectual Bernard-Henri Levy talks about his documentary about violence in Sarajevo,
  • Kevin Phillips
    Kevin Phillips
    Episode 10.06.94
    10/6/94
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    Political analyst Kevin Phillips discusses the disconnect between America and Washington and offers solutions for bridging the gap.
  • Lauren Bacall
    Episode 10.07.94
    10/7/94
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    A discussion with actress and two-time Tony Award winner Lauren Bacall about her marriage to Humphrey Bogart, her relationships in Hollywood, her role in the Robert Altman film
  • Bob Newhart
    Bob Newhart
    Episode 10.10.94
    10/10/94
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    Actor Bob Newhart talks about his career in Hollywood and return to stand-up comedy.
  • A Discussion About The Iraq-kuwait Border
    10/11/94
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    A discussion with Iraqi Ambassador to the United Nations Nizar Hamdoon about sanctions and the withdrawal of Iraqi troops from the Iraq-Kuwait border.
  • 10/11/94
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    A conversation about sports announcing and football with the trio from ABC's
  • A Discussion With Burt Reynolds
    10/12/94
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    Actor Burt Reynolds talks about his career in Hollywood and the ups and downs of his movie star life, as detailed in his memoir
  • Gerry Spence
    Episode 10.12.94
    10/12/94
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    Famed criminal defense attorney Gerry Spence discusses his career in law, the O.J. Simpson murder trial, and his book
  • 10/13/94
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    Director Robert Zemeckis talks about his career in Hollywood, the success of his film
  • Dan Rather
    Dan Rather
    Episode 10.13.94
    10/13/94
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    CBS News anchor Dan Rather discusses his experiences in Haiti and Iraq, and his book
  • Quentin Tarantino
    Episode 10.14.94
    10/14/94
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    A discussion with writer and director Quentin Tarantino about his love for cinema and his journey from video store clerk to hailed director. He also talks about the craft of storytelling, his directorial influences, and his film
  • George Haass
    Episode 10.17.94
    10/17/94
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    RIchard Haas, former foreign policy expert on the National Security Council, talks about the use of American force in a post-Cold War world, as detailed in his book
  • A Discussion With John Edgar Wideman
    10/17/94
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    Novelist John Edgar Wideman talks about his writing process, literary influences, and the subjects of family and identity, as explored in his novel
  • 10/18/94
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    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.
  • A Discussion With Joseph Heller
    10/24/94
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    An interview with novelist Joseph Heller about his writing process, his literary influences, and his book
  • Marvin Kalb
    Episode 10.24.94
    10/24/94
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    Author Marvin Kalb discusses President Nixon's attempts to rebuild his public image following the Watergate scandal, as detailed in his book
  • 10/25/94
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    First, New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani talks about politics and his endorsement of Mario Cuomo for Governor. Then, Teddy Kollek, former Mayor of Jerusalem, talks about Israel and Palestine. Finally, Ralph Reed, Executive Director of the Christian Coalition, shares his thoughts on American politics.
  • Kenneth Branagh
    Episode 10.26.94
    10/26/94
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    A conversation with actor and director Kenneth Branagh about the trajectory of his career, adapting Mary Shelly's novel
  • 10/27/94
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    Former Congresswoman Lindy Boggs is joined by her daughter, Emmy Award-winning journalist Cokie Roberts, to talk about Washington politics, the midterm elections, and her memoir,
  • A Discussion With Mary Robinson
    10/27/94
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    A discussion with President of Ireland Mary Robinson about the current political landscape in Ireland and the challenges of being a woman in a position of power.
  • A Conversation About The Chicago Seven Trial
    10/28/94
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    Black Panther Party founder Bobby Seale and Dave Dellinger, two members of the Chicago Seven, discuss their thoughts on the charges filed against them related to violent protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention. Attorney William Kunstler and California Senator Tom Hayden join Seale and Dellinger to share thier memories of the trial.moreless
  • 10/28/94
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    Actor Chaz Palminteri talks about his career as a Hollywood tough guy and his role as a gangster in the Woody Allen film
  • A Panel On Midterm Elections
    A Panel On Midterm Elections
    Episode 10.31.94
    10/31/94
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    A discussion about the midterm elections and the possible results with columnist Jeff Greenfield of ABC News, Jonathan Alter of
  • Robert Mcfarlane
    Episode 10.31.94
    10/31/94
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    Robert McFarlane, former National Security Advisor to President Reagan, talks about his book
  • Carroll O'connor
    Episode 11.01.94
    11/1/94
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    Actor Carroll O'Connor discusses politics, his legendary role as Archie Bunker on
  • P.j. O'rourke
    P.j. O'rourke
    Episode 11.01.94
    11/1/94
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    Political satirist P.J. O'Rourke talks about his career in humor, his comedic influences, and his book
  • 11/3/94
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    First, Charles Murray talks about his controversial book about race, class, and intelligence: The Bell Curve: Intelligence and Class Structure in American Life. Then, author Liz Drew talks about her book, On the Edge, which details the first 18 months of the Clinton presidency and what it might mean for the next two years.moreless
  • Steve Jones
    Steve Jones
    Episode 11.04.94
    11/4/94
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    Geneticist Steve Jones gives his criticism of
  • 11/4/94
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    Anthropologist Helen Fisher talks about the case of Susan Smith, the South Carolinian mother accused of killing her children.
  • Jane Mayer And Jill Abramson
    Jane Mayer And Jill Abramson
    Episode 11.07.94
    11/7/94
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    Jane Mayer And Jill Abramson
  • Berry Gordy
    Episode 11.07.94
    11/7/94
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    Legendary record executive Berry Gordy, who founded Motown Records and the Motown sound, discusses his favorite collaborators and the many accomplishments of his extraordinary career in music.
  • A discussion about the Republican victory in the Senate and possible control of the House of Representatives, as well as what it means for the country, Congress, and the presidency. To discuss the political ramifications of the power shift are Andrew Sullivan, editor of
  • Robert Evans
    Episode 11.09.94
    11/9/94
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    Legendary producer Robert Evans, who has produced such classics as
  • A Discussion About Midterm Elections
    11/9/94
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    A discussion about the implications of the midterm elections for President Clinton, Congress, and Republicans and Democrats. Panelists include R.W.
  • Karl Lagerfeld And Andre Leon
    11/10/94
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    Influential fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld and
  • A Discussion With Anne Rice
    Episode 11.10.94
    11/10/94
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    Author Anne Rice talks about her career in literature, her writing process, and the film adaptation of her novel
  • 11/11/94
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    First, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and director David Mamet discusses his influences, his writing, and his latest film, Oleanna, an adaptation of his stage play. Then, jazz great Dave Brubeck and composer Ezra Laderman discuss music and their project, The Composer's Composer.
  • Phil Donahue
    Episode 11.14.94
    11/14/94
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    A conversation with talk show host Phil Donahue about the distinction between serious and tabloid journalism, pushing the envelope on daytime television, and many of the stories he's covered over the years.
  • 11/15/94
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    First, European Parliament member Sir James Goldsmith discusses the General Agreement on Trade and Tariff (GATT), it's implications for the world and for the United States. Laura Tyson, Chairman of President Clinton's Council of Economic Advisors, joins in for part of the debate.
  • 11/16/94
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    First, Senator Christopher Dodd, a Democrat from Connecticut, discusses his run for Senate Minority Leader. Then, an interview with actor and comedian Bob Hope and his wife Dolores Hope about golf and their years in show business. Later, author and poet Lucy Grealy talks about her book, Autobiography of a Face. Finally, writer Fran Lebowitz talks about her decision to write a children's book, Mr. Chas & Lisa Sue Meet the Pandas.moreless
  • George F. Will
    Episode 11.17.94
    11/17/94
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    Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist George F. Will talks about the return of the ideals of limited government and his book
  • Nadine Gordimer
    Episode 11.18.94
    11/18/94
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    Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer talks about winning the Nobel Prize, her writing process, and her book
  • A Discussion About Bosnia
    A Discussion About Bosnia
    Episode 11.18.94
    11/18/94
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    NATO Secretary-General Willy Claes and BBC correspondent Misha Glenny share their perspectives on the war in Bosnia.
  • A Panel On The Film "jihad In America"
    11/21/94
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    A discussion on the controversy surrounding the PBS movie
  • Benjamin Netanyahu
    Episode 11.21.94
    11/21/94
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    Israeli opposition leader Benjamin Netanyahu talks about the current political landscape in Israel and the possibility of a peace agreement between Israel and Syria.
  • 11/22/94
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    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.
  • A Discussion About Infectious Diseases
    11/23/94
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    A discussion about newly emerging contagious diseases with
  • 11/24/94
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    First, actor Danny Devito talks about early years as an actor, starring in Taxi, and his role in the new film Junior, which stars Arnold Schwarzenegger as a pregnant man. Then, racing great Mario Andretti talks about his career and the Indianapolis 500.
  • A Discussion About The Film "cobb"
    11/25/94
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    Director Ron Shelton and actors Tommy Lee Jones and Robert Wuhl discuss their film
  • Raymond Smith
    Episode 11.25.94
    11/25/94
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    Raymond W. Smith, Chairman and CEO of Bell Atlantic Corporation, talks about the information superhighway and its role in the future of his company.
  • 11/28/94
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    A discussion about the crisis in Bosnia and its implications for NATO, the United Nations, and U.S. foreign policy. Panelists include former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger, Senator John McCain of Arizona, BBC correspondent Misha Glenny, and Charles Kupchan from the Council on Foreign Relations, who previously served in the Clinton Administration on the staff of the National Security Council.moreless
  • Tom Daschle
    Tom Daschle
    Episode 11.29.94
    11/29/94
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    Democratic Senator Tom Daschle talks about the current political landscape in Washington and his plans to run for the job of Senate Minority Leader.
  • 11/29/94
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    Representative Charles Rose, a Democrat from North Carolina, discusses his role in Washington and his challenge to Republican Richard Gephardt for the seat of Minority Leader of the House of Representatives.
  • 11/30/94
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    First, a discussion about Newt Gingrich and his political future with New York Times columnist Frank Rich, Richard Brookiser of The National Review, Jacob Weisburg from New York Magazine, and author David Frum. Then, mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade talks about her career and her role in the new opera, The Dangerous Liaisons. Finally, 20/20 host Hugh Downs discusses on his career in broadcasting, his interest in science, and his new book, Fifty to Forever.moreless
  • A Panel On Hiv And Aids
    Episode 12.01.94
    12/1/94
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    A panel discussion of HIV and AIDS examining how the United States and the rest of the world is dealing with the disease and its future. Panelists include science writer Laurie Garrett of
  • Bill T. Jones
    Bill T. Jones
    Episode 12.01.94
    12/1/94
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    HIV-positive choreographer Bill T. Jones talks about his life, his influences, how he deals with his disease, and his latest work
  • Rem Koolhaas
    Episode 1202
    12/2/94
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    An interview with architect Rem Koolhaas about his artistic influences, his career in design, and his exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art.
  • 12/5/94
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    First, British actress Helen Mirren discusses her role in The Madness of King George. Then, Charlie remembers AIDS activist Elizabeth Glaser, who fought to bring attention to the AIDS epidemic. Finally, New York Daily News columnist Mike McAlary and former New York City police investigator Joe Trimboli talk about their investigation exposing of the city's biggest police scandals, detailed in the book Good Cop, Bad Cop.moreless
  • Eugene Matthews
    Episode 12.06.94
    12/6/94
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    Investor Eugene Matthews gives his take on business development in Vietnam.
  • Al From
    Al From
    Episode 12.06.94
    12/6/94
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    Al From, President of the Democratic Leadership Council, talks about the need for President Clinton to change his political strategy in the wake of the Republican takeover of Congress.
  • Joe Nocera
    Joe Nocera
    Episode 12.07.94
    12/7/94
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    Author Joe Nocera reflects on how middle class Americans invest, spend, and save their money, as detailed in his book
  • 12/7/94
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    British actress Miranda Richardson discusses her successful acting career and her film
  • Brian Lamb
    Episode 12.08.94
    12/8/94
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    C-SPAN founder Brian Lamb talks about his attempts to open up Congress to the use of more cameras and the network's role in the election of the 104th Congress.
  • Ben Kingsley
    Ben Kingsley
    Episode 12.08.94
    12/8/94
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    An interview with actor Ben Kingsley about his career in film and his experience working with director Roman Polanski on his political thriller
  • 12/12/94
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    First, Democratic Senator Bob Kerrey, co-chairman of the Bipartisan Commission on Entitlement and Tax Reform, talks about the recommendations the group is making to forestall a U.S. economic disaster. Then, jazz trumpeter and composer Wynton Marsalis talk about his tenure as Artistic Director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, his views on music, and his new book, Sweet Swing Blues on the Road.moreless
  • Ehud Olmert
    Episode 12.13.94
    12/13/94
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    Jerusalem Mayor Ehud Olmert discusses the Middle East peace process, Yasser Arafat being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, and the future of Jerusalem.
  • A Discussion With Ed Harris
    A Discussion With Ed Harris
    Episode 12.13.94
    12/13/94
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    Actor Ed Harris talks about his film career, his work in the theater, and his role in Sam Shephard's play
  • Tom Brokaw And David Gergen
    Tom Brokaw And David Gergen
    Episode 12.14.94
    12/14/94
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    David Gergen, Advisor to the President and Secretary of State, joins NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw to discuss the President's upcoming speech, his role within the Democratic Party, and how he will work with a Republican Congress.
  • A Discussion With Tom Brokaw
    Episode 12.14.94
    12/14/94
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    NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw shares his views on journalistic ethics, the role of the press, and its coverage of the personal lives of politicians such as President Bill Clinton.
  • George Foreman - 1994
    Episode 1215
    12/15/94
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    World Heavyweight Champion George Foreman talks about his career in boxing, his rivalry with Muhammad Ali, and regaining the heavyweight crown at age 45.
  • Philippe de Montebello
    Episode 1216
    12/16/94
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    Philippe de Montebello, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, leads Charlie on a tour of the museum's exhibition "Origins of Impressionism". Montebello discusses the style, history, and central artists of the Impressionist movement.
  • 12/19/94
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    First, a panel discussion about the President and Congress' competing economic reform proposals and the politics of tax cuts. Members of the panel are: Washington Post columnist Hobart Rowan, Wall Street Journal editor Robert Bartley and investment banker Pete Peterson, chairman of The Blackstone Group. Then, New York Jets defensive back Ronnie Lott talks about the football season so far, the players he admires and his career.moreless
  • 12/20/94
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    First, Princeton University professor Stephen Cohen discusses independence in Chechnya and its implications for the Russian Federation. Then, architect Philip Johnson talks about his contributions to the field and his new book, Philip Johnson: The Architect in His Own Words. Finally, opera singer Samuel Ramey discusses the roles he's played, his beginnings, and his current success.moreless
  • Dennis Hopper
    Episode 12.21.94
    12/21/94
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    A conversation with actor and director Dennis Hopper about his early years as an actor, working with James Dean, hitting bottom with alcohol abuse, and the arc of his career. He also discusses his films
  • 12/22/94
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    First, director Robert Altman talks about his new film about the fashion industry, Ready To Wear. Then, stage-turned-film director Nicholas Hytner discusses his first film, The Madness of King George. Finally, journalist Kati Marton discusses her new book, A Death in Jerusalem, about the assassination by Jewish extremists of the first Arab-Israeli peacemaker.moreless
  • 12/29/94
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    First, Yale professor and author Harold Bloom discusses his new book, The Western Canon, and the increasing politicization of literary study. Then, animation director Chuck Jones -- creator of Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and the Roadrunner -- discusses his retrospective at the American Museum of the Moving Image, the origins of his characters and his career in cartoons.moreless
  • 12/30/94
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    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.
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