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  • Kenneth Branagh
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    Actor Kenneth Branagh talks about his films,
  • Wynton Marsalis
    Wynton Marsalis
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    A conversation with Wynton Marsalis, musician and artistic director of the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, about
  • 12/26/95
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    Actor Richard Harris talks about his current film, Cry, the Beloved Country, and co-star James Earl Jones. He also discusses other famous Shakespearean actors and shares thoughts on South African leader Nelson Mandela. Then, a conversation with architect Maya Lin and filmmaker Freida Lee Mock about Mock's upcoming documentary Maya Lin: A Strong, Clear Vision and about the Vietnam War Memorial. Finally, Martin Short talks about his current film Father of the Bride: Part IIand tells Charlie about his comedic influences.moreless
  • Greg Kinnear
    Greg Kinnear
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    A conversation with actor Greg Kinnear about his film,
  • Tony Brown
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    Journalist Tony Brown, host of PBS talk-show
  • Steven Rattner
    Steven Rattner
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    Steven Rattner, Managing Director at Lazard Freres, discusses mergers in the telecommunications industry.
  • William Owens
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    A conversation about international warfare with Admiral William Owens, vice chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.
  • Robert Downey Jr.
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    A conversation with actor Robert DowneyJr. about his film
  • Howard Stringer
    Howard Stringer
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    Howard Stringer, former President of CBS Broadcast Group, discusses new media, including wireless technology, and his decision to leave CBS to work for Bell Atlantic.
  • An Interview On The Biggest Sport Events Of 1995
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    Mike Lupica, a contributing editor to
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    David Remnick, editor of
  • 12/18/95
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    First, Don Nelson, head coach of the New York Knicks, talks about being compared to Pat Riley, and about being a member of the Boston Celtics. Then, a conversation with hotel mogul Ian Schrager about cities, trends, and hotels. Finally, investor Jim Rogers, author of Investment Biker and a CNBC commentator, discusses the Japanese economy and why he thinks China represents the economic future of the globe.moreless
  • A Discussion On The Year In Film
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    Film critic Janet Maslin of
  • Richard Reeves
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    Syndicated columnist Richard Reeves discusses Oliver Stone's film,
  • James Earl Jones
    James Earl Jones
    Episode 12.13.95
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    A conversation with actor James Earl Jones about his film
  • David Hackworth
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    Colonel David Hackworth of
  • 12/11/95
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    A conversation with actor James Woods about his role as H.R. Haldeman in the Oliver Stone film
  • Stephen Cohen
    Stephen Cohen
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    Stephen Cohen, professor of politics and Russian studies at Princeton, discusses the upcoming Russian parliament elections and their effect on the United States, and his PBS film
  • Ralph Martin
    Ralph Martin
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    Ralph Martin talks about his book
  • A Conversation About Aids
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    A conversation with Robert Levithan, a man currently living with AIDS, Will Leonard, and Dr. Paul Bellman of St. Vincent's Hospital about the success of new protease inhibitors in the fight against AIDs.
  • Mary Tyler Moore
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    Actress Mary Tyler Moore talks about her autobiography
  • A Remembrance Of James Reston
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    A remembrance of reporter James
  • William Bennett
    William Bennett
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  • Isabel Fonseca
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    Isabel Fonseca discusses her book
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    First, a conversation with Russian journalist Yevgeni Kiselyov. He is the co-founder of NTV, Russia's first independent television network, and he talks to Charlie about coverage of the Chechen war, Boris Yeltsen, and receiving an award from the Committee to Protect Journalists. Then, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Oscar Hijuelos talks about his new book, Mr. Ives' Christmas. Finally, author and journalist Shana Alexander discusses her memoir, Happy Days.moreless
  • Doris Kearns Goodwin
    Doris Kearns Goodwin
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    A conversation with historian Doris Kearns Goodwin about the Clinton administration, the Roosevelt White House, and her Pulitzer-prize winning book
  • Alfonse D'amato
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    Senator Alfonse D'Amato of New York, chairman of the Senate Whitewater investigating committee, discusses his support for the Republican nomination for President, Bob Dole. He also shares his thoughts on the deployment of troops to Bosnia and the Whitewater investigations.
  • A Discussion With Paul Theroux
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    Author Paul Theroux talks about his book
  • Jo Franklin
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    Author and documentary filmmaker Jo Franklin discusses her book
  • George Soros
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    George Soros, the international philanthropist and founder and funder of the Open Society Foundation, discusses the Bosnian peace agreement.
  • Susanna Moore
    Susanna Moore
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    Novelist Susanna Moore talks about her book
  • Lawrence Grossman
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    A discussion with Lawrence Grossman, president of Horizons Cable Network, about how telecommunications has given the public greater access to the decision making process.
  • 11/28/95
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    First, Former National Security Advisor General Brent Scowcroft and Former Undersecretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz discuss the presence of American troops in Bosnia. Then, a conversation with Uta Hagen, who has appeared in such Broadway hits as A Streetcar Named Desire, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf and The Cherry Orchard, about acting and her current role in the new show, Mrs. Klein. Finally, Jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman talks about his album, Spirit of the Moment: Live at the Village Vanguard.moreless
  • 11/27/95
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    Attorney Ellen Alderman and Caroline Kennedy talk about their book
  • James Hoge & Jeff Greenfield
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    James Hoge of
  • Umberto Eco
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    Italian scholar, historian, and celebrated fiction author Umberto Eco discusses his novel
  • Leonard Nimoy
    Episode 11.23.95
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    Actor Leonard Nimoy talks with Charlie Rose.
  • Bonnie Raitt
    Bonnie Raitt
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    A conversation with singer Bonnie Raitt about her career in music and her album
  • 11/22/95
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    A conversation with Marlin Fitzwater, press secretary in the Reagan and Bush administrations, about his memoir
  • John Hechinger & Pete Hamill
    John Hechinger & Pete Hamill
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    Art collector John Hechinger and writer Pete Hamill talk about their book
  • A Discussion With Mia Farrow
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    Actress Mia Farrow discusses her career in Hollywood, her many adopted children, and her film
  • Henry Kissinger
    Henry Kissinger
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    Former Secretary of State Dr. Henry Kissinger talks about the Dayton conference in the Bosnian peacekeeping effort.
  • Richard Ben Cramer
    Episode 11.20.95
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    Biographer Richard Ben Cramer talks about Senator Bob Dole's children, military service in World War II, and his 35 years on Capitol Hill, as detailed in his book
  • A Discussion About Michael Jordan
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    A conversation with sports writer Bob Greene of the
  • 11/17/95
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    Filmmaker Martin Scorsese talks about his new film, Casino, which stars Robert DiNiro and Joe Pesci and is considered by many to be an unofficial sequel to Scorsese's earlier film, Goodfellas. Scorsese aslo talks to Charlie about his influences as a filmmaker, his work on Taxi Driver and Raging Bull, and his latest film's soundtrack. Next, Casino producer Barbara De Fina discusses her early work as a production assistant, working for comedian Alan King, and being married to Martin Scorsese.moreless
  • Louis Rukeyser
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    Louis Rukeyser
  • Richard Eyre
    Richard Eyre
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    British director Richard Eyre discusses his New York production of
  • David Milch & Bill Clark
    David Milch & Bill Clark
    Episode 11.15.95
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    David Milch, executive producer and co-creator of the television series
  • Evan Thomas
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    Author Evan Thomas discusses his book
  • 11/14/95
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    First, Matt Miller of The New Republic, and Fred Barnes of The Weekly Standard, discuss the shut down of the federal government for the first time since 1990. Then, television producer Norman Lear talks about his life, his career in television, and his involvement in People for the American Way. Finally, a conversation with actor Mandy Patinkin about his role on television's hit medical drama, Chicago Hope.moreless
  • 11/10/95
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    First, Itamar Rabinovich, Israeli Ambassador to the U.S., discusses the assassination and funeral of Prime Minister Rabin. Then, country singer Emmylou Harris talks about her latest album, Wrecking Ball. Finally, a conversation with opera singer Catherine Malfitano about her role as Cio-Cio-San in Puccini's classic opera, Madama Butterfly at the New York Metropolitan Opera.moreless
  • Elie Wiesel
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    Author and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel talks about his memoir
  • 11/7/95
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    First, Mort Zuckerman, the editor-in-chief of US News & World Report, and author Elie Wiesel discuss the death and funeral of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin.Topics include the circumstances of his death, the world leaders who were in attendance at the funeral, and what impact this event is likely to have on Israel and the world. Then, flilm director Sean Penn talks about his new film, The Crossing Guard. This is his second directoral effort and it co-stars Jack Nicholson and Anjelica Huston.moreless
  • A Remembrance Of Yitzhak Rabin
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    A remembrance of Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin with a rebroadcast of a 1994 interview with him in which he discusses the Holocaust, the collapse of the Soviet empire, the end of the Cold War, and the crisis in the Gulf.
  • 11/6/95
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    Tom Friedman, a columnist for
  • Ben Wattenberg
    Ben Wattenberg
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    Ben Wattenberg, a syndicated columnist with the
  • David Brinkley
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    Anchorman David Brinkley of ABC News and
  • Robert Woolley
    Episode 11.02.95
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    Robert Woolley, Executive Vice President and head of decorative arts at Sotheby's, discusses his role in the auction world and his book
  • Nicholas Pileggi
    Nicholas Pileggi
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    Screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi talks about his book
  • 11/1/95
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    First, United Nations Secretary-General Boutros Bourtos-Ghali discusses the next 50 years of the United Nations. Then, photographer Richard Avedon of The New Yorker talks about his return to fashion editorial work, with a portfolio in memory of the late Mr. and Mrs. Comfort. Finally, a conversation with historian David Herbert Donald of Harvard University about Abraham Lincoln.moreless
  • A Discussion With Michael Kinsley
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    Michael Kinsley of CNN's
  • Mario Cuomo
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    Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo talks about his three terms as governor, the current state of the Democratic and Republican parties, and his book
  • Robert Krulwich
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    Robert Krulwich of ABC's
  • William Kristol
    William Kristol
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    A conversation with William Kristol, editor of
  • A Discussion With Benjamin Netanyahu
    10/27/95
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    Likud Party Leader Benjamin Netanyahu discusses his aspirations of becoming Prime Minister of Israel and his book
  • Gabriel Byrne
    Episode 10.27.95
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    Actor and author Gabriel Byrne discusses his critically acclaimed film
  • Pat Robertson
    Episode 10.26.95
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    A conversation with evangelical leader Pat Robertson about the Christian Broadcasting Network, the political power of the Christian Coalition, his failed 1988 candidacy for the presidency of the United States, and his novel
  • Lee Hamilton & Brian Urquhart
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    Congressman Lee Hamilton, the ranking minority member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and Sir Brian Urquhart, former Under Secretary General of the United Nations for Peacekeeping, talk about the future of the United Nations.
  • Robert Macneil
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    Author Robert MacNeil discusses his novel
  • 10/24/95
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    The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto, discusses the state of the Pakistani government following the execution of her father, Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. Then, novelist, John Updike talks about his latest book, Rabbit Angstrom. Finally, Bell Hooks, a distinguished Professor at the City College of New York, talks about racism in American and her new book, Killing Rage.moreless
  • 10/23/95
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    First, Fox Butterfield of The New York Times talks about crime and violence in America and his book, All God's Children: The Bosket family and the American tradition of violence. Then, Susan Taylor, editor-in-chief of Essence magazine, discusses the magazine's 25th year in publication. Finally, a conversation with author and fellow at the World Policy Institute Jeffrey Madrick about his book, The End of Affluence.moreless
  • 10/20/95
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    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
  • 10/19/95
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    Director Barry Sonnenfeld and novelist Elmore Leonard discuss their film
  • Robert Rubin
    Robert Rubin
    Episode 10.19.95
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    A conversation with Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin about current politics, the Clinton administration, and the future of the economy and growth in America.
  • 10/18/95
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    Dr. Michael Baden, forensic pathologist, and Stephen Skakel, project director for Americares, discuss an investigation of mass graves in Bosnia.
  • A Discussion With Darren Star
    10/18/95
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    A conversation with television producer and writer Darren Starr about his show
  • Mort Zuckerman
    Episode 10.17.95
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    Mort Zuckerman, editor-in-chief of
  • Harry Wu
    Episode 10.16.95
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    A conversation with human rights advocate Harry Wu about public security in the United States.
  • A Discussion Of Louis Farrakhan And The Million Man March
    Hugh Price of the National Urban League, William Bennett, author of
  • 10/13/95
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    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
  • 10/12/95
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    First, Andrew Lack, president of NBC News, talks about O.J. Simpson and his lawyers and their effort to put together an interview on NBC with Tom Brokaw and Katie Couric. Then, twenty-three-year-old twin brothers Allen and Albert Hughes talk about the process of filmmaking and their film, Dead Presidents. The movie tells the story of an innocent black marine who returns from Vietnam to find America a changed nation. Finally, a conversation with author Gitty Sereny about Hitler's confidant in her book, Albert Speer: His Battle with Truth.moreless
  • 10/11/95
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    First, a conversation with former Soviet ambassador to the United States, Anatoly Dobrynin about serving as consultant to the foreign ministry, the Russian economy, and his memoir, In Confidence. Then, former Prime Minister of Canada, Brian Mulroney discusses the Bosnian peacekeeping agreement and his recent meeting with world leaders Mikhail Gorbachev, George Bush, Margaret Thatcher and Francois Mitterand .moreless
  • 10/10/95
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    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
  • 10/6/95
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    A conversation with Barry Scheck and Peter Neufeld, attorneys for defendant O.J. Simpson, about the Simpson trial, attorneys Bob Shapiro and Johnnie Cochran, the admissibility of the prosecutor's DNA evidence, questions of race, and the relationship between members of the so-called legal
  • A Discussion Of Pope John Paul Ii
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    A conversation about the visit of Pope John Paul II to New York and the United Nations with Father Joseph O'Hare, President of Fordham University, Richard Ostling, religion correspondent for
  • Myrlie Evers-williams
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    Myrlie Evers-Williams, Chairperson of the NAACP, discusses the state of race relations in the United States in light of the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
  • Dominick Dunne
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    Dominick Dunne
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    Criminal defense attorney Gerald Lefcourt and criminal defense attorney Ted Wells discuss the verdict in the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
  • George Soros
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    A conversation with George Soros, the world's most famous investor and noted philanthropist, about his book
  • 9/29/95
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    First, an interview with Conductor, composer and pianist Andre Previn. Previn's work in music spans many genres including musical theater, classical, opera and jazz. He talks to Charlie about his new role as conductor laureate of the London Symphony Orche
  • 9/28/95
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    Charlie talks with Amre Moussa, Foreign Minister of Egypt, on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the United Nations. He discusses the situation in the Middle East with respect to the peace process that is currently being carried out between the Israe
  • 9/27/95
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    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
  • A Discussion With James Levine
    9/26/95
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    Metropolitan Opera artistic director James Levine talks about his upcoming 1500th performance at the Met, his career, and his love for classical music. He also offers some anecdotes from his tenure.
  • Malcolm Rifkind
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    British Foreign Secretary Malcolm Rifkind offers his opinions on the future of Bosnia, the situation in Northern Ireland, NATO, and the U.N.
  • Ben Bradlee
    Episode 09.25.95
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    A conversation with
  • 9/22/95
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    Acclaimed novelist Michael Crichton talks about his new sequel to the bestselling Jurassic Park, The Lost World. He also discusses his background as a novelist and physician, his new television show E.R., and his plans for future projects. Then, art historian Sir Ernst Gombrich discusses his book The Story of Art, the evolution of artistic styles, and how music influences artistic people.moreless
  • 9/21/95
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    Charles Cook discusses his phenomenally successful memoirs, his chances of being elected President, and the current political landscape in Washington. Next, Emmy winner John Larroquette talks about his career on Night Court and particularly The John Larroquette Show. He also talks to Charlie about the challenge of creating a character recovering from addiction, and the highly competitive world of television comedy. Finally, editor Irving Kristol discusses the neoconservative movement, the Republican Party, and the prominence and political future of General Colin Powell.moreless
  • Part Two Of A Discussion With William Safire
    9/20/95
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    Part two of a conversation with
  • Nicholas Evans
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    Nicholas Evans
  • A Discussion Of Colin Powell
    Episode 09.19.95
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    William Kristol of
  • Part One Of A Conversation With William Safire
    9/19/95
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    Part one of a conversation with
  • 9/18/95
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    An interview with Carl Franklin about becoming a director, working with Denzel Washington, and his film
  • Anna Quindlen
    Anna Quindlen
    Episode 09.18.95
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    A conversation with novelist Anna Quindlen about her writing process and her book
  • 9/15/95
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    Design guru and entrepreneur Martha Stewart discusses her background, her business strategies, her interest in decorating, and the challenges of being a successful and powerful female. Then, Thomas Sowell talks about his book The Vision of the Anointed,the rise of African-American power, and the dangers of allowing a small group to steer the future of the civil rights movement.moreless
  • Itamar Rabinovich
    Itamar Rabinovich
    Episode 09.14.95
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    Israeli Ambassador Itamar Rabinovich discusses the new Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement and the threat of terrorism.
  • 9/14/95
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    Former White House chief of staff Thomas F. McLarty and investment banker Felix Rohatyn talk about the growth of the economy and the Clinton administration's role in ensuring the country's financial future.
  • 9/13/95
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    Historian Studs Terkel talks about the defining moments of the past hundred years, as detailed in his book
  • Adam Walinsky
    Adam Walinsky
    Episode 09.13.95
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    Guest host Mort Zuckerman interviews Adam Walinsky, a private lobbyist for public safety, about his book
  • Spike Lee
    Episode 09.12.95
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    Filmmaker Spike Lee talks about his movie
  • Jack Newfield
    Jack Newfield
    Episode 09.12.95
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    Biographer Jack Newfield discusses the culture and economics of professional boxing and his book
  • A Discussion With Garry Marshall
    9/11/95
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    Director Garry Marshall discusses his autobiography
  • Andrew Sullivan
    Episode 09.11.95
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    Journalist Andrew Sullivan talks about his book
  • Lamar Alexander
    Episode 09.08.95
    9/8/95
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    Former Tennessee Governor Lamar Alexander discusses his campaign for the Republican nomination, the field of candidiates, and his positions on several major domestic issues.
  • Roger Lowenstein
    Roger Lowenstein
    Episode 09.08.95
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    Financial journalist Roger Lowenstein talks about his book
  • Martin Mcguinness
    Martin Mcguinness
    Episode 09.07.95
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    A conversation with Martin McGuinness, leader of Sinn Fein, the political arm of the Irish Republican Army, about the situation in Northern Ireland, the staggering peace process, the role of the IRA, and the threat of terrorism.
  • 9/7/95
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    A Discussion With Anna Wintour
  • Clyde Haberman
    Clyde Haberman
    Episode 09.06.95
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    Journalist Clyde Haberman talks about spending time in Jerusalem and covering the ongoing efforts for peace in the Middle East.
  • Bill T. Jones
    Episode 09.06.95
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    Choreographer Bill T. Jones discusses his autobiography
  • A Remembrance Of William Kunstler
    9/5/95
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    Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz and Gerald Lefcourt, president of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, remember radical lawyer William Kunstler and speculate about his legacy and influence in the legal community.
  • Joseph Lieberman
    Episode 09.05.95
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    Senator Joseph Lieberman discusses NATO's strategy for Bosnia and the ongoing negotiations with Slobodan Milosevic.
  • Charles Cook
    Episode 08.18.95
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    Charles Cook, publisher of
  • George Stephanopoulos
    George Stephanopoulos
    Episode 08.18.95
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    Senior Advisor to President Clinton George Stephanopoulos discusses politics in America and the view of politics in Washington from the perspective of the White House.
  • 8/17/95
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    Senator Bill Bradley discusses his surprising announcement that he will not run for reelection in the Senate, and talks about his career and whether he will enter the presidential campaign. Then, Joe McGill and Leonard Weinglass offer their perspectives on Mumia Abu-Jamal's stay of execution, and what the future holds for this convicted murderer. Finally, Lynn Sherr discusses her upcoming ABC special Susan B. Anthony Slept Here, which recognizes outstanding women in American history on the anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment.moreless
  • A Remembrance Of Mickey Mantle
    8/16/95
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    A remembrance of baseball great Mickey Mantle and a discussion of his legacy with longtime friend Bob Costas, of NBC Sports.
  • Lawrence O'donnell
    Episode 08.16.95
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    Lawrence O'Donnell, Democratic Chief of Staff of the United States Senate Committee on Finance, discusses his decision to leave the Committee, his career as a writer, and numerous issues related to domestic politics.
  • A Discussion Of Michael Eisner's Hiring Of Mike Ovitz
    Film producer Peter Bart and Johnnie Roberts of
  • 8/15/95
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    Bill Machrone of
  • Alfonse D'amato
    Episode 08.14.95
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    New York Senator Alfonse D'Amato talks about the Whitewater investigation, his book
  • A Remembrance Of Mickey Mantle
    8/14/95
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    A rememberance of the late Mickey Mantle with former Yankees infielder Phil Linz, Ira Berkow of
  • 8/11/95
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    Dr. Bonnie Dunbar talks about her career as an astronaut and the historic docking of the space shuttle Atlantis with the Russian Mir space station.
  • 8/10/95
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    Philip Hilts and Joseph Califano discuss the ongoing battle over cigarette smoking. Then, Urban League President Hugh Price offers his opinions on cities, race, and the socioeconomic differences that divide America. Finally, actor/filmmaker Edward Burns talks about his new movie The Brothers McMullan.
  • 8/9/95
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    Michael Chertoff and Richard Ben-Veniste discuss the Whitewater investigations and the progress of the Senate hearing . Then, actor Patrick Stewart and playwright/screenwriter Paul Rudnick talk about the new film Jeffrey, adapted from Rudnick's hit Off-Broadway play dealing with homosexuality and AIDS. Finally, a remembrance of The Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia with Anthony DeCurtis.moreless
  • Isaac Mizrahi - 1995
    Episode 0808
    8/8/95
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    Designer Isaac Mizrahi talks about the documentary "Unzipped", his career as a designer, and the landscape of American fashion.
  • Jimmy Connors
    Episode 08.07.95
    8/7/95
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    Tennis legend Jimmy Connors discusses his long career as a professional tennis player, his perspectives on the state of the sport, some of his most notable matches, and his early development and evolution as a professional athlete.
  • Tom Murphy
    Episode 08.04.95
    8/4/95
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    Capital Cities/ABC CEO Tom Murphy talks about the Disney/ABC merger, the highly competitive worlds of entertainment and television, his business strategies, and his long career as an executive and entrepreneur.
  • Richard Rhodes
    Episode 08.03.95
    8/3/95
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    Pulitzer Prize winner Richard Rhodes discusses his book
  • 8/2/95
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    Congressmen Bill McCollum and Charles Schumer look back on the Waco hearings, partisanship in Congress, and the long-term effects of the Branch Davidian incident. Then, Susan Sontag discusses the war in Bosnia, the diplomatic failures of the United Nations and NATO, and her predictions for the future. Finally, Hank Jones and Charles Haden talk about their latest album, Steal Away: Spirituals, Hymns, and Folk Songs, their musical influences, and their collaboration.moreless
  • 8/1/95
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    Media analysts Tom Wolzien, Dennis McAlpine, and John Reid talk about the business strategies behind the Disney/ABC merger and the CBS/Westinghouse merger.
  • Steve Bollenbach
    Steve Bollenbach
    Episode 07.31.95
    7/31/95
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    Disney CFO Steve Bollenbach discusses the details and evolution of the Disney/ABC merger, identifies the major players and events, and offers thoughts on the future of the new corporation.
  • Ralph Reed
    Episode 07.31.95
    7/31/95
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    Christian Coalition Executive Director Ralph Reed discusses morality in politics and the objectives of his organization.
  • Charlie Rose (July 28, 1995)
    Episode 07.28.95
    7/28/95
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    Clinton aide Alice Rivlin talks about the President's disgreements with Congress about this year's budget, and the possiblity of a shutdown of the federal government if certain issues are not resolved. Then, Ruth Simmons, Judith Shapiro and Claire Gaudiani discuss the new demands associated with being a college president and the ever-shifting world of higher education.moreless
  • A Discussion With Elsa Walsh
    A Discussion With Elsa Walsh
    Episode 07.27.95
    7/27/95
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    Author Elsa Walsh talks about her book
  • Alison Estabrook
    Episode 07.27.95
    7/27/95
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    Dr. Alison Estabrook talks about her career as a cancer surgeon and the experience of having her life analyzed in Elsa Walsh's book
  • Charlie Rose (July 26, 1995)
    Episode 07.26.95
    7/26/95
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    Design guru and entrepreneur Martha Stewart discusses her background, her business strategies, her interest in decorating, and the challenges of being a successful and powerful female. Then, journalist Linda Greenhouse talks about the evolution of the Supreme Court, the current balance of conservatives and liberals, and their perspectives on a number of different social issues.moreless
  • A Discussion With Anne Rice
    Episode 07.25.95
    7/25/95
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    Novelist Anne Rice talks about her book
  • 7/24/95
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    Katrina Vanden Heuvel, editor of
  • Charlie Rose (July 21, 1995)
    Episode 07.21.95
    7/21/95
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    Gerald Lefcourt and Rikki Klieman discuss the O.J. Simpson trial, the evidence and progress so far, and whether Simpson himself will take the stand. Next, Lorenzo Carcaterra talks about his new book Sleepers, which tells the true story of four juvenile delinquents who were sexually abused in a detention center. Finally, Lisa Belkin offers her opinions on why the man who rescued Baby Jessica committed suicide.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 20, 1995)
    Episode 07.20.95
    7/20/95
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    First, Senators Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut and John Kerry of Massachussetts discuss the situation in Bosnia. Then, Newsweek journalist Evan Thomas and Greg Mitchell, author of Hiroshima in America: Fifty Years of Denial, discuss Hiroshima fifty years later.
  • Charlie Rose (July 19, 1995)
    Episode 07.19.95
    7/19/95
    0.0
    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
  • Tom Dicillo
    Episode 07.18.95
    7/18/95
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    Director Tom DiCillo discusses his film
  • Claudia Shear
    Claudia Shear
    Episode 07.18.95
    7/18/95
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    A conversation with actress Claudia Shear about her film
  • Pete Sampras
    Pete Sampras
    Episode 07.14.95
    7/14/95
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    Wimbledon champion Pete Sampras discusses his progreesion from the early stages of his career to his current number two ranking. Sampras talks about the state of professional tennis and some of the other major players of the game.
  • Gail Sheehy
    Episode 07.14.95
    7/14/95
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    A conversation with author Gail Sheehy about her book
  • Lawrence Eagleburger
    Lawrence Eagleburger
    Episode 07.13.95
    7/13/95
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    Former Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger discusses the current situation in Bosnia, the ethnic conflicts involved, and what role the U.N. should play.
  • Newton Minow
    Episode 07.13.95
    7/13/95
    0.0
    FCC chairman Newton Minow discusses his book
  • David Hannay
    Episode 07.12.95
    7/12/95
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    Retiring British U.N. Ambassador Sir David Hannay talks about the United Nations, its role in the world, and the checks and balances it provides for the power of individual countries.
  • Senator John McCain and author Robert Timberg discuss Timberg's book
  • A Discussion Of Vietnam And China
    7/11/95
    0.0
    Senator John McCain and Assistant Secretary of State Winston Lord talk about America's relationships with Vietnam and China.
  • James Lilley
    Episode 07.10.95
    7/10/95
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    U.S. Ambassador to China James Lilley discusses the imprisonment of Chinese-American dissident Harry Wu, the state of U.S.-Chinese relations, and his opinions about the future.
  • A Discussion With Jim Lovell
    A Discussion With Jim Lovell
    Episode 07.10.95
    7/10/95
    0.0
    Astronaut Jim Lovell talks about the Ron Howard film
  • Wayne Angell
    Episode 07.07.95
    7/7/95
    0.0
    Economist Wayne Angell discusses the first interest rate cut in over three years, its immediate effect on the market, the forces which made it happen, and his predictions for the future.
  • Bud Collins
    Bud Collins
    Episode 07.07.95
    7/7/95
    0.0
    Tennis commentator Bud Collins talks about the Wimbledon Finals and the current state of affairs in professional tennis.
  • Newt Gingrich
    Episode 07.06.95
    7/6/95
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    Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich discusses his objectives for Congress and the direction of America, his accomplishments as a politician, and his views on the Clinton White House. He also talks about his books
  • Robert Reich
    Episode 07.05.95
    7/5/95
    0.0
    Secretary of Labor Robert Reich talks about employment, wages, and the state of the U.S. economy.
  • Lawrence Minard
    Lawrence Minard
    Episode 07.05.95
    7/5/95
    0.0
    Lawrence Minard
  • Daniel Boulud
    Daniel Boulud
    Episode 07.04.95
    7/4/95
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    Renowned chef Daniel Boulud talks about his highly regarded restaurant, Daniel, and his thoughts on the art of cooking.
  • Gene Jankowski
    Episode 07.04.95
    7/4/95
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    Gene Jankowski, former President and Chairman of the CBS Broadcast Group, discusses his book
  • A Discussion Of Europe After The Fall Of Communism
    Authors Tina Rosenberg and Marc Fisher talk about their books
  • Malcolm S. Forbes
    Episode 07.03.95
    7/3/95
    0.0
    Malcolm S. Forbes discusses his work as editor-in-chief of
  • Jim Hoagland
    Jim Hoagland
    Episode 06.30.95
    6/30/95
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    Jim Hoagland of
  • 6/30/95
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    Poet and activist Rose Styron talks about her book
  • A Discussion With Richard Ford
    6/29/95
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    Novelist Richard Ford talks about his novel
  • Robert Wilson
    Episode 06.29.95
    6/29/95
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    Theater artist Robert Wilson discusses his Lincoln Center production of
  • Eleven-year-old Angelie Diya talks about growing up with HIV, her decision to go public, and her collaboration with producer Jonathan Klein on the television movie based on her life.
  • Ron Howard
    Ron Howard
    Episode 06.28.95
    6/28/95
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    Director Ron Howard discusses his film
  • Pat Conroy
    Pat Conroy
    Episode 06.27.95
    6/27/95
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    Novelist Pat Conroy talks about his book
  • 6/27/95
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    A Discussion With Bill Buford
  • George Stoney
    Episode 06.26.95
    6/26/95
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    Director George Stoney discusses his documentary
  • A Discussion With Jesse Jackson
    6/26/95
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    Civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson offers his opinions on the state of the Democratic Party and the effectiveness of the Clinton administration.
  • Charlie Rose (June 23, 1995)
    Episode 06.23.95
    6/23/95
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    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
  • John Hockenberry
    Episode 06.22.95
    6/22/95
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    NPR's John Hockenberry discusses his book
  • Bill Moyers
    Bill Moyers
    Episode 06.22.95
    6/22/95
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    Bill Moyers of NBC News talks about his PBS series
  • Hakeem Olajuwon - 1995
    Episode 0621
    6/21/95
    0.0
    A conversation with basketball star Hakeem Olajuwon about the Houston Rockets' championship season, the NBA, and what inspired him to become a professional basketball player.
  • Michael Kinsley
    Episode 06.20.95
    6/20/95
    0.0
    Michael Kinsley of CNN's
  • Frank Hunger
    Frank Hunger
    Episode 06.20.95
    6/20/95
    0.0
    Frank Hunger discusses the nuances, challenges, and benefits of his position as Assistant Attorney General.
  • Charlie Rose (June 19, 1995)
    Episode 06.19.95
    6/19/95
    0.0
    Journalist David Remnick talks about his recent trips to Chechnya and Moscow, the political developments and turmoil in both places, and his opinions on how the current situations will evolve.Then, Stephen Schiff, David Denby and Janet Maslin review the new movie Batman Forever and talk about the entertainment industry and the culture of the blockbuster in America.Finally, Rock Newman on Riddick Bowe, Mike Tyson, and professional boxing.moreless
  • Arthur Liman
    Arthur Liman
    Episode 06.16.95
    6/16/95
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    Attorney Arthur Liman talks about controversial cases, from Iran-Contra to the O.J. Simpson murder trial. He also discusses his work as a high-profile attorney and the ways in which the American justice system can be perverted.
  • 6/16/95
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    A conversation with opera superstar Jessye Norman about music as a profession, her evolution and influences as a performer, and life in the entertainment industry.
  • Mercedes Ruehl
    Episode 06.15.95
    6/15/95
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    Actress Mercedes Reuhl talks about her role in Tennessee Williams' play
  • A Discussion Of The Cali Cocaine Cartel Indictments
    Attorneys Albert Krieger, Charles Rose, David Chesnoff, and Joseph diGenova discuss the Cali cocaine cartel indictments, the prosecutors charged with aiding and abetting the accused criminals, and the ongoing war on drugs.
  • Charlie Rose (June 14, 1995)
    Episode 06.14.95
    6/14/95
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    Senator Bob Kerrey discusses President Clinton's proposed budget, Congressional partisanship, and the outlook for the federal deficit. Then, Roger Payne talks about his upcoming book Among Whales, his research on the biology and culture of whales, and the prospects for whaling industry and the world's whale population. Finally, Jane Procter discusses the British royal family and the culture of celebrity.moreless
  • A panel discussion about a recent meeting between President Clinton and Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, which covered major points of disagreement on fiscal issues, including Medicare and Medicaid funding. The panelists include Jeff Greenfield of ABC News, Howard Fineman of
  • A Conversation About The 1995 U.s. Open
    6/12/95
    0.0
    Sportswriter John Feinstein joins Charlie for a discussion about the upcoming 1995 U.S. Open golf championship to be played at Shinnecock Hills. Feinstein also discusses his experience writing the book
  • Laurie Garrett
    Episode 06.09.95
    6/9/95
    0.0
    Laurie Garrett
  • Susan Eisenhower
    Susan Eisenhower
    Episode 06.09.95
    6/9/95
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    Susan Eisenhower, President of the Eisenhower Group, talks about her book
  • Phil Lader
    Episode 06.08.95
    6/8/95
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    Phil Lader, Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, talks about small business, the White House, and pop culture.
  • Rachel Worby
    Rachel Worby
    Episode 06.08.95
    6/8/95
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    A conversation with conductor Rachel Worby about conducting symphonies, being West Virginia's First Lady, and receiving a presidential appointment to the National Council of the Arts.
  • Linda Wertheimer
    Episode 06.07.95
    6/7/95
    0.0
    NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks about the American electoral process, why it frustrates and alienates so many potential voters, and the changes that she would like to see in American politics.
  • A Discussion With Natalie Angier
    6/6/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Natalie Angier, science journalist for
  • Zlatko Dizdarevic
    Episode 06.06.95
    6/6/95
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    Zlatko Dizdarevic of Sarajevo newspaper
  • Charlie Rose (June 5, 1995)
    Episode 06.05.95
    6/5/95
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    First, Secretary of Labor Robert Reich discusses the downward mobility problem that many Americans in the job market are experiencing. Then, director Joel Schumacher drops by to discuss his new film, "Batman Returns." Finally, Lawrence Minard, managing editor of "Forbes Magazine," analyzes the magazine's newest list of the world's ten richest people.moreless
  • Anthony Marshall
    Episode 06.02.95
    6/2/95
    0.0
    A discussion with animal expert Anthony Marshall on zoos, animal conservation, and wildlife.
  • Charlie Rose (June 1, 1995)
    Episode 06.01.95
    6/1/95
    0.0
    Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski discusses the situation in Bosnia, President Clinton's response, and the diplomatic efforts of the United States. Then, Mark Weitzman on the German scholar who was revealed to be a former SS officer. Finally, journalist Jane Meyer talks about Gina Grant, who was accepted to Harvard before it became public that she had murdered her abusive mother.moreless
  • Rudy Giuliani
    Episode 0531
    5/31/95
    0.0
    New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani talks about running America's most complex city, including issues like urban development, crime, education, and budget.
  • 5/30/95
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    Former U.N. ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick and Les Gelb, a former correspondent for
  • Shimon Peres
    Shimon Peres
    Episode 05.30.95
    5/30/95
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    Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres talks about leadership, the Middle East, conflicts of faith, terrorism, and his book
  • A Discussion About The Stock Market
    5/29/95
    0.0
    Famed market analysts Jim Rogers and William LeFevre discuss the stock market, interest rates and bonds, and the general health of the Unites States economy.
  • 5/29/95
    0.0
    Producers David Picker and David Brown talk about the economics and accounting practices of Hollywood studios and producers.
  • Charlie Rose (May 26, 1995)
    Episode 05.26.95
    5/26/95
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    Charlie talks to novelist Norman Mailer at the 92nd Street Y. They discuss Mailer's latest book, Oswald's Tale.
  • Dr. Paul Marks
    Episode 05.25.95
    5/25/95
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    Dr. Paul Marks, President Emeritus of Memorial Sloan-Kettering, discusses cancer treatment, biomedial research, and the impact of federal budget cuts on science and medicine.
  • Reynolds Price
    Reynolds Price
    Episode 05.25.95
    5/25/95
    0.0
    A conversation with novelist Reynolds Price about writing fiction, his evolution as a novelist, and his book
  • An Interview About The Revue Of "loose Lips"
    5/24/95
    0.0
    Director Martin Charnin, celebrity emcee Harry Shearer, and writer Lisa Birnnbach discuss their work on the Off-Broadway revue
  • 5/24/95
    0.0
    Otto Schwartz, founder of the USS Houston Survivors Association, former prisoner of war Richard Gordon, and author Gavan Daws talk about World War II, American POWs, Japanese POW camps, and their book
  • 5/23/95
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    A discussion about the power of the federal government and the Supreme Court's ruling that some term limits are unconsititutional with Burt Neuborne, Legal Director of the Brennan Center for Justice at NYU Law School, Richard Briffault, vice dean of Columbia Law School, and John McGinnis, professor at Northwestern University School of Law.moreless
  • 5/22/95
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    Ken Auletta of
  • Charlie Rose (May 19, 1995)
    Episode 05.19.95
    5/19/95
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    U.S. trade negotiator Mickey Kantor talks about new trade sanctions against Japan, U.S.-Japanese relations, and the competitive world of global business. Then, former Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollak on the peace process in the Middle East, Israeli-Palestinian relations, and the holy city. Finally, Winston Churchill biographer Martin Gilbert on leadership and World War Two.moreless
  • A Discussion With David Salle
    5/18/95
    0.0
    David Salle discusses his background as an artist and decision to direct his first film,
  • Mark Green
    Episode 05.18.95
    5/18/95
    0.0
    Consumer advocate-turned-politician Mark Green talks about consumerism, cities, and his book
  • Brett Butler
    Episode 05.17.95
    5/17/95
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    Comedian Brett Butler on her television show
  • Grant Hill
    Grant Hill
    Episode 05.17.95
    5/17/95
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    NBA superstar Grant Hill discusses his position as one of the most influential players in the sport, his Rookie of the Year award, his evolution as a basketball player, and the current state of affairs in the NBA.
  • Charlie Rose (May 16, 1995)
    Episode 05.16.95
    5/16/95
    0.0
    Indiana Pacers coach Larry Brown and president Donnie Walsh talk about the ongoing NBA playoffs, the New York Knicks, and professional basketball. Then, legendary boxer Geroge Foreman discusses his Heavyweight Championship, his autobiography By George, and his long and colorful career.
  • Charlie Rose (May 15, 1995)
    Episode 05.15.95
    5/15/95
    0.0
    Mort Zuckerman, Jeff Madrick and Frank Luntz offer their thoughts on the budget battle currently taking place in Congress, the major players, and the potential ramifications of several scenarios. Then, Marisa Tomei and director Mira Nair talk about their new film, The Perez Family, which tells the complicated story of a Cuban family in Miami. Finally, Deborah Meier on her new book The Power of Their Ideals, and her career as an educational innovator.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 12, 1995)
    Episode 05.12.95
    5/12/95
    0.0
    Dr. Michael Baird, Gerald Lefcourt and Jeanine Ferris Pirro talk about the O.J. Simpson case and the introduction of DNA evidence which may link the crime scene to Simpson's home. Then, Matthew Broderick on his performance in Broadways How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, stage acting, and his diverse career as a performer. Finally, Lynn Nicholas talks about her new book The Rape of Europa, which tells the story of the art which was displaced or stolen by the Nazis during World War Two.moreless
  • A Discussion Of The Ebola Virus
    5/11/95
    0.0
    Science and health writers Laurie Garrett and Stephen Morse and New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Margaret Hamburg talk about the outbreak of Ebola, the specifics of the virus, and what can be done to contain it.
  • Malik Yoba
    Episode 05.11.95
    5/11/95
    0.0
    A conversation with actor Malik Yoba about his television show
  • A conversation with authors Harvey Klehr and John Haynes about their book
  • Tom Brokaw
    Tom Brokaw
    Episode 05.10.95
    5/10/95
    0.0
    NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw reports from Moscow on the Clinton-Yeltsin meetings, the state of U.S.-Russian relations, and his predictions for the future.
  • Shirley Maclaine
    Shirley Maclaine
    Episode 05.09.95
    5/9/95
    0.0
    Actress Shirley MacLaine discusses her long and colorful career and her book
  • 5/8/95
    0.0
    A conversation with historian Doris Kearns Goodwin about her book
  • Hanan Ashrawi
    Hanan Ashrawi
    Episode 05.08.95
    5/8/95
    0.0
    A discussion with author Hanan Ashrawi about the Middle East Peace process, Israeli-Palestinian relations, and her memoir
  • Ric Burns
    Episode 05.05.95
    5/5/95
    0.0
    Filmmaker Ric Burns discusses
  • Andy Rooney
    Episode 05.04.95
    5/4/95
    0.0
    Andy Rooney of CBS's
  • Richard Holbrooke
    Richard Holbrooke
    Episode 05.04.95
    5/4/95
    0.0
    Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke discusses the end of the ceasefire in Bosnia, the structure of the world's diplomatic response, and what can be expected from Slobodan Milosevic.
  • Kathleen Hall Jamieson
    Episode 05.03.95
    5/3/95
    0.0
    Kathleen Hall Jamieson, dean of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, talks about her book
  • Morris Dees
    Morris Dees
    Episode 05.03.95
    5/3/95
    0.0
    Morris Dees, co-founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, addresses the issue of militias in America, including who they are, where they are, and whether they can be contained by the government.
  • 5/2/95
    0.0
    Jacob Weisberg of
  • William Byron
    William Byron
    Episode 05.02.95
    5/2/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Father William Byron on how to recover from losing a job and his book
  • Robert Riger
    Episode 05.01.95
    5/1/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Robert Riger on his philosophy of sports photography, his career in the field, and his book
  • 4/28/95
    0.0
    First, Harry Summers, Neil Sheehan and Malcolm Browne discuss the fall of Saigon. Then, Christopher Lehmann-Haupt talks about his new book A Crooked Man.
  • 4/27/95
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    John Holum and Richard Perle discuss the spread of nuclear weapons, the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, and diplomatic efforts to disarm rogue states. Then, Dr. Ronald Crystal, Dr. Nelson Wivel, Jeff Lyon & Peter Gorner talk about fighting hereditary illnesses, gene therapy, the evolution of lifesaving medical technology, and the new book Altered Fates. Finally, Part Two of an interview with Lord Geroge Weidenfeld, who talks about his career as a publisher, his life as a social being, and his new book Remembering My Good Friends: An Autobiography.moreless
  • 4/26/95
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    A conversation about the environment, Earth Day, and the controversial book
  • Simon Schama
    Simon Schama
    Episode 04.26.95
    4/26/95
    0.0
    Historian Simon Schama discusses the study and writing of history, the perspectives he has gained in the process, and his book
  • 4/25/95
    0.0
    Pete Rose talks about his notable baseball career, his Hall of Fame chances, his post-prison ventures in broadcasting and restaurants, and his Hall of Fame chances. Then, Andrew Grove on technology, the internet and becoming a corporate mogul. Finally, Part Two of an interview with Lord George Weidenfeld, which ranges from his career as a publisher to 20th-century world events to his new book, Remembering My Good Friends: An Autobiography.moreless
  • A Interview With Fred Thompson
    4/24/95
    0.0
    Freshman Senator Fred Thompson discusses his transition from acting to politics, his Senate term so far, and the impact of the Oklahoma City bombing.
  • 4/24/95
    0.0
    A conversation about the unique style, career, and personality of the late Howard Cosell with NPR's Frank Deford and ESPN broadcasters Dick Schaap and Jimmy Roberts.
  • A Discussion Of The Timothy Mcveigh Arrest
    4/21/95
    9.0
    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.
  • The Music Group Boyz Ii Men
    Episode 04.21.95
    4/21/95
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    Musicians Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, Wanya Morris, and Michael McCary talk about the formation of their group Boyz II Men, their upbringing in Philadelphia, and their meteoric rise up the R&B charts.
  • Robert A.m. Stern
    Episode 04.20.95
    4/20/95
    0.0
    Architect Robert A.M. Stern discusses architecture, history, and his book
  • 4/19/95
    0.0
    Fred Graham and Gerald Lefcourt talk about the latest developments in the O.J. Simpson murder trial, the testimony of Dennis Fung, and the potential racial discord and premature deliberations among the members of the jury. Then, retired Congressman Timothy Penny talks about his new book Common Sense, Congressional politics, and the Contract with America. Finally, Julia Child on her new PBS series and book In Julia's Kitchen with Master Chefs, her evolution as a chef and television personality, and her long career.moreless
  • 4/18/95
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    Journalists David Halberstam, Colonel David Hackworth and Stan Karnow react to former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara's book and interview on last night's program, and offer thoughts on various details and revelations about the Vietnam War. Then, Willie Morris on his new book My Dog Skip, his career as a writer and editor, and his youth in the Deep South.moreless
  • 4/17/95
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    Former Secretary of State Robert McNamara discusses the Vietnam War, his years in office, the United States' reasons for entering Vietnam, and his new book In Retrospect: The Tragedy and Lessons of Vietnam. Then, journalists David Halberstam, Colonel David Hackworth and Stanley Karnow discuss Robert McNamara's interview, their own perspectives in the Vietnam War, and why Americans continue to debate this piece of history.moreless
  • 4/14/95
    0.0
    Gerald Lefcourt and David Lewis talk about the past week's events at the O.J. Simpson murder trial, including racial allegations by a dismissed juror and tension between defense attorney Barry Scheck and witness Dennis Fung. Then, director Sidney Lumet talks about his decades in the movie business, the commerce of Hollywood, and his new memoir Making Movies. Finally, journalist Adrian Nicole LeBlanc on her story about Chicago housing projects and the violent death of one child at the hands of two others.moreless
  • 4/13/95
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    Jim Hoagland, Srdja Popovitch and Ivana Nizich talk about the new war crimes allegations against Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic, the implications regarding the conflict in Bosnia, and the new twist to the United States' diplomatic efforts. Then, Stephen Wynn talks about his casino projects and the evolution of Las Vegas. Next, Edwin Yoder, Jr. on his new book Joe Alsop's Cold War, which recounts the story of Alsop's influence and power as a Washington columnist. Finally, Dr. Bob Arnot discusses men, aging, and his new book Dr. Bob Arnot's Guide to Turning Back the Clock.moreless
  • 4/12/95
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    Senator Bill Bradley talks about today's American political landscape, the nuances of Congressional dealings, and his career and priorities as an elected official. Then, historian Alan Brinkley discusses the unique and significant legacy of Franklin Delano Roosevelt on the 50th anniversary of his death. Finally, filmmakers Rory Kennedy and Vanessa Vadim offer their findings on the effectiveness of needle exchange programs as a tool in stopping the spread of HIV, as illustrated by their new film Fire in Our House.moreless
  • Clay Felker
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    Episode 04.11.95
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    Editor Clay Felker, founder of
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  • 4/10/95
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    Attorneys Gerry Spence and Floyd Abrams discuss the latest twists in the O.J. Simpson trial, First Amendment law, and Spence's book
  • Tad Szulc
    Tad Szulc
    Episode 04.10.95
    4/10/95
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    A conversation with biographer Tad Szulc on his unauthorized look at the life of Pope John Paul II,
  • Tony Schwartz
    Episode 04.07.95
    4/7/95
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    Author Tony Schwartz talks about his career and the lengthy process of researching fulfillment and the meaning of life for his book
  • A Discussion About The Modeling Industry
    4/7/95
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    Author Michael Gross and former model Lauren Hutton discuss the ups and downs of the modeling industry, as detailed in Gross's book
  • Charlie Rose (April 6, 1995)
    Episode 04.06.95
    4/6/95
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    Tom Edsall and Michael Kramer discuss Colin Powell's popularity, his political positions, and whether he'll run for president in 1996. Next, political strategist Ed Rollins talks about Colin Powell as an independent or Republican candidate. Then, Robert Fulghum on his new book Beginning to End: The Rituals of Our Lives, which illustrates and explains the habits of ordinary people. Finally, choreographer Merce Cunningham discusses his unique approach to dance and movement.moreless
  • A Discussion About The Cia
    A Discussion About The Cia
    Episode 04.05.95
    4/5/95
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    A Discussion About The Cia
  • Hank Aaron - 1995
    Episode 0404
    4/4/95
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    CNN's Jeff Greenfield and baseball great Hank Aaron discuss Aaron's storied career and the TBS documentary "Chasing the Dream", which explores his life and his home run record.
  • 4/3/95
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    Deputy baseball commissioner Steve Greenberg and Ira Berkow of
  • Stanley Pottinger
    Stanley Pottinger
    Episode 04.03.95
    4/3/95
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    A conversation with author Stanley Pottinger about his complicated career in politics, real estate, and law, and his decision to write the novel
  • 3/31/95
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    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
  • 3/30/95
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    NPR's Frank Deford discusses the HBO sports magazine show
  • Ismail Merchant And James Ivory
    3/30/95
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    A conversation with filmmakers Ismail Merchant and James Ivory about the life and legacy of Thomas Jefferson and their film
  • 3/29/95
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    A conversation about the nation's cities becoming more involved in urban development with Larry Agran, former mayor of Irvine, California, and Osborn Elliott, former dean of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
  • Jeffrey Toobin
    Jeffrey Toobin
    Episode 03.29.95
    3/29/95
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    Jeffrey Toobin of
  • 3/28/95
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    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!
  • Tom Stoppard
    Episode 03.27.95
    3/27/95
    0.0
    A discussion with British playwright Tom Stoppard about theater, the art of playwriting, and his play
  • Brian Bedford
    Episode 03.24.95
    3/24/95
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    A conversation with actor Brian Bedford about the allure of Shakespeare for actors and Bedford's starring role in a number of Moliere's comedies.
  • A Discussion About Mike Tyson
    3/24/95
    0.0
    A discussion about Mike Tyson's return to the world of professional boxing with Rock Newman, the manager of boxer Riddick Bowe, Teddy Atlas, Mike Tyson's former trainer, boxing promoter Butch Lewis, and Jack Newfield of
  • 3/23/95
    0.0
    A discussion with Democratic Congressman Robert Torricelli and human rights advocate Jennifer Harbury about the mysterious death of her Mayan rebel leader husband in a Guatemalan prison and the charges regarding whether a Guatemalan agent employed by the CIA was involved in the killing.
  • 3/22/95
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    A talk with Congressman David Dreier, a member of the House Republican leadership, about his party's position on tax cuts.
  • Mike Lupica
    Mike Lupica
    Episode 03.22.95
    3/22/95
    0.0
    A conversation with author Mike Lupica about sports, Michael Jordan, Mike Tyson, and his novel
  • Sharon Begley
    Episode 03.21.95
    3/21/95
    0.0
    Sharon Begley of
  • Alonzo Mourning
    Alonzo Mourning
    Episode 03.20.95
    3/20/95
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    Alonzo Mourning, the star of the Charlotte Hornets, talks about the NBA, superstar Michael Jordan, and the rest of the 1995 season.
  • 3/20/95
    0.0
    A discussion about race and affirmative action with
  • 3/17/95
    0.0
    First, Gerry Adams, President of Sinn Fein, talks about what's happening in Washington, Irish-American relations, and his conversation with the President. Then, Jerry Lewis, actor and comedian, discusses his starring role on Broadway in the musical revival Damn Yankees, his relationship with Dean Martin, The Nutty Processor, and his father.
  • Strobe Tablott
    Episode 03.16.95
    3/16/95
    0.0
    Deputy Secretary of State Strobe Talbott talks about a range of foreign affairs, including nuclear weapons in Iran, Russian politics and Boris Yeltsin, and the Russian endorsement of Partnership for Peace.
  • Bob Costas
    Bob Costas
    Episode 03.16.95
    3/16/95
    0.0
    Sportscaster Bob Costas, host of
  • John Sayles
    Episode 03.15.95
    3/15/95
    0.0
    A discussion with actor and director John Sayles about his film
  • John Bruton
    John Bruton
    Episode 03.14.95
    3/14/95
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    John Bruton, Prime Minister of Ireland, talks about the prospects for peace in Northern Ireland and what must be done to achieve peace.
  • George Plimpton
    Episode 03.14.95
    3/14/95
    0.0
    A conversation with George Plimpton about his book,
  • 3/13/95
    0.0
    First, Senator Christopher Dodd from Connecticut talks about the challenge for the Democratic Party in the next two years. Then, Alvin Toffler and Heidi Toffler, two authors who have written about the future and will talk about their friendship with the Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, and their new book, Creating a New Civilization: The Politics of the Third Wave. Finally, Dr. Paul Bellman, an AIDS specialist is on the show with two patients, Dennis Meyer and Steven Landman talking about new ideas about treating AIDS.moreless
  • An Interview About The O.j. Simpson Trial
    3/10/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Cynthia McFadden, ABC News legal correspondent, Jack Ford, NBC News legal correspondent, Gerald Lefcourt, criminal defense attorney, and Bob Greene of the
  • Robert Gates
    Episode 03.09.95
    3/9/95
    0.0
    An interview with the former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, Robert Gates, about spying in modern times.
  • Charlie Rose (March 8, 1995)
    Episode 03.08.95
    3/8/95
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    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
  • Mike Medavoy
    Episode 03.07.95
    3/7/95
    0.0
    Mike Medavoy, leader in the entertainment industry and chairman of TriStar Pictures, talks abut the movie industry, the Oscars, and the future of films in America.
  • Felix Rohatyn
    Episode 03.06.95
    3/6/95
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    A conversation with Felix Rohatyn, Senior Partner at Lazard Freres, about President Francois Mitterand of France. He also discusses escaping the Nazis as a child in France, his investing mentor Andre Meyer, his criticsm of the Democratic Party, and saving New York City from bankruptcy at the Municipal Assistance Corporation.
  • A Discussion About The O.j. Simpson Trial
    3/3/95
    0.0
    Gerald Lefcourt, consultant to CBS News, Ted Wells, a criminal defense attorney and consultant to CBS News, Professor Stephen Gillers of New York University's school of law, and jury consultant Sonya Hamlin discuss Rosa Lopez's testimony in the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
  • Peter Falk
    Episode 03.03.95
    3/3/95
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    Actor Peter Falk talks about his movie
  • Charlie Rose (March 2, 1995)
    Episode 03.02.95
    3/2/95
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    First, actor John Cleese discusses his sold-out concert at the 92nd Street Y in New York and his book, Life and How to Survive It. Then, a conversation with theater director Peter Brook about his new show at the Brooklyn Academy of Music called The Man Who. Finally, author Robert Wright talks about his book, The Moral Animal: Why We Are The Way We Are. The New Science of Evolutionary Psychology.moreless
  • Kent Conrad
    Kent Conrad
    Episode 03.01.95
    3/1/95
    0.0
    Senator Kent Conrad talks about the balanced budget amendment, which would require a balance in the projected revenues and expenditures of the government.
  • 3/1/95
    0.0
    Actor Wallace Shawn and director Andre Gregory discuss their film,
  • Georg Solti
    Georg Solti
    Episode 02.28.95
    2/28/95
    0.0
    Conductor Sir Georg Solti discusses his engagements at Carnegie Hall and the Vienna Philharmonic and his years as music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
  • David Walker
    Episode 02.28.95
    2/28/95
    0.0
    Sir David Walker, member of the board of directors of Morgan Stanley, talks about the 28-year-old trader in Singapore who caused the bankruptcy of the Barings Bank.
  • 2/27/95
    0.0
    Jean Bach, jazz enthusiast and producer, Benny Golson, saxophonist and composer, and trumpeter Art Farmer discuss the documentary,
  • Mark Brickell
    Mark Brickell
    Episode 02.27.95
    2/27/95
    0.0
    Mark Brickell, vice chairman of International Swaps & Derivatives Association, talks about the bankruptcy of Barings Brothers Bank.
  • 2/24/95
    0.0
    First, a conversation about race in America with author David Levering Lewis, Martin Luther King, Jr., Chair in the history department at Rutgers University; Bell Hooks, distinguished professor of literature at City University of New York and author of the upcoming Killing Rage: Ending Racism; Michael Meyers of the New York Civil Rights Coalition; and Stanley Crouch, jazz historian, music critic and essayist. Then, Douglas McGrath talks about co-screenwriting, with Woody Allen, the new movie, Bullets Over Broadway.moreless
  • Oliver Sacks
    Episode 02.23.95
    2/23/95
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    Oliver Sacks, professor of clinical neurology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and subject of the movie
  • Laura D'andrea Tyson
    Laura D'andrea Tyson
    Episode 02.23.95
    2/23/95
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    Laura D'Andrea Tyson, chair of the National Economic Council, talks about President Clinton's economic perspective.
  • John Travolta
    Episode 02.22.95
    2/22/95
    0.0
    An interview with actor John Travolta, star of
  • Ralph Reed
    Ralph Reed
    Episode 02.21.95
    2/21/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Ralph Reed, executive director of the Christian Coalition, about his organization's ideas about sex education and family values.
  • A Discussion About Bill Clinton
    2/20/95
    0.0
    A discussion with author David Maraniss about his book,
  • Joe Klein And R.w. Apple
    Episode 02.20.95
    2/20/95
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    Joe Klein, a columnist for
  • 2/17/95
    0.0
    First, ABC News legal correspondent Cynthia McFadden discusses the OJ Simpson trial and discusses whether or not OJ Simpson will take the stand. Then, a conversation with General Ariel Sharon about current events in Israel and the Middle East. Finally, film director John Sayles talks about his new movie, The Secret of Roan Inish.moreless
  • Garth Fagan
    Episode 02.16.95
    2/16/95
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    A conversation with choreographer Garth Fagan about
  • A Discussion About China
    A Discussion About China
    Episode 02.16.95
    2/16/95
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    A discussion with Winston Lord, Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Ross Terrill from Harvard University, and Ambassador Nicholas Platt, president of The Asia Society, about the future of China after Deng Xiaoping and what it means for Asia and the country's relationship with the United States.moreless
  • Geraldine Fabrikant of
  • Bill Walsh
    Episode 02.14.95
    2/14/95
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    A conversation with Bill Walsh, former head coach of the San Francisco 49ers, about football, philanthropy in America, and motivational speaking.
  • An Discussion Of The Academy Awards
    2/14/95
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    Janet Maslin, chief film critic for
  • 2/13/95
    0.0
    First, the Secretary of HHS, Donna Shalala, Senator Don Nickles of Oklahoma, Lisa Schiffren of Independent Women's Forum, and Pamela Maraldo, president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, discuss the controversy over the nomination of Dr. Foster to be Surgeon General. Then, a conversation with the Foreign Minister of Egypt, Amre Moussa, about the prospects for peace in the Middle East. Finally, a remembrance of AIDS victim Paul Monette.moreless
  • 2/10/95
    0.0
    First, Richard Bernstein of The New York Times; Peg Tyre of New York Newsday; and Jim Dwyer of New York Newsday discuss the arrest of the man accused of being the plotter behind the World Trade Center bombing. Then, actress Sarah Jessica Parker and director David Frankel talk about their new film, Miami Rhapsody. Finally, Nick Lemann talks about The Promised Land, a book about the migration of African-Americans from the South to northern cities, which is now being made into a documentary film to be shown on the Discovery Channel.moreless
  • Peter Arnett
    Peter Arnett
    Episode 02.09.95
    2/9/95
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    War correspondent Peter Arnett talks about his book,
  • 2/9/95
    0.0
    Republican political strategists Ed Rollins and Stuart Stevens discuss Dan Quayle's decision not to run for President.
  • An Discussion About Compulsory Arbitration
    2/8/95
    0.0
    Senator Robert Dole, the Republican Senate Majority Leader, and Congressman Chuck Schumer, a Democrat, assess Congress' reaction to the President's proposal for compulsory arbitration to end the current budget stand-off.
  • 2/8/95
    0.0
    Four-time Olympic gold medal-winner Johan Olav Koss, a Norwegian speed skater, and director and writer Bud Greenspan, who is best known for his Oympic films, discuss the 1994 Winter Olympics.
  • Jim Brown - 1995
    Episode 0207
    2/7/95
    0.0
    Football Hall-of-Famer Jim Brown talks about the inner city today compared with when he grew up, about African-American men and the roles society prescribes them, and about the murder arrest of O.J. Simpson, also a Hall-of-Famer.
  • Shimon Peres
    Shimon Peres
    Episode 02.06.95
    2/6/95
    0.0
    Shimon Peres, Foreign Minister of Israel, discusses the current situation in the Middle East and what his country is doing to try to reduce the violence.
  • Tim Russert
    Episode 02.03.95
    2/3/95
    0.0
    Tim Russert, host of
  • Steve Florio
    Steve Florio
    Episode 02.03.95
    2/3/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Steve Florio, president of Conde Nast Publications, about his career in journalism and his company's publications,
  • 2/2/95
    0.0
    A conversation with noted historian David McCullough, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his book, Truman. McCullough is currently working on a book about Thomas Jefferson and John Adams.
  • 2/1/95
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    First, C. Fred Bergsten, Director of the Institute for International Economics, talks about the President's initiative to rescue the Mexican economy. Then, a converation with General Bernard Trainor, director of the National Security Programs at Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and Michael Gordon, Pentagon correspondent for The New York Times, about Colin Powell and other generals who fought the Persian Gulf war. Finally, Frank Rich, former theater critic for The New York Times,widow Joy Abbot and Mary Rodgers, Chairperson of the Board of the Juilliard School; remember director George Abbott.moreless
  • Stephen Cohen
    Stephen Cohen
    Episode 01.31.95
    1/31/95
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    Stephen Cohen talks about his visit to Moscow, the current situation in Chechnya, and Boris Yeltsin's political future.
  • Yo-yo Ma
    Episode 01.31.95
    1/31/95
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    Accomplished musician Yo-Yo Ma talks about his career as a classical cellist and his reputation as the greatest instrumentalist alive.
  • Camille Paglia
    Episode 01.30.95
    1/30/95
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    Feminist author Camille Paglia talks about her book
  • A Panel On The President's Mexican Loan Plan
    1/30/95
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    A discussion about President Clinton's new plan to guarantee $40 billion in loans to the struggling government of Mexico, and whether this proposal is good for America. Panelists include David Asman of
  • A Panel Commemorating The 50th Anniversary Of The Liberation Of Auschwitz
    A discussion about the liberation of Auschwitz, the horrors of World War II, and the lasting impact of Hitler's regime with Holocaust survivor Regina Gelb, Dr. Michael Berenbaum, President and CEO of the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation, Holocaust historian Dr. Tzipora Hager Halivni, and Jack Schwartz, a longtime New York newspaper editor.moreless
  • Lynne Cheney, the former chairwoman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Alan Brinkley of
  • Susan Sarandon
    Episode 01.26.95
    1/26/95
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    Actress Susan Sarandon discusses some of her notable collaborations, her strong political views, and her films
  • 1/25/95
    0.0
    Defense attorneys Ted Wells, David Lewis, and Jack Ford provide an update on the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
  • A Conversation About Doctors Without Borders International
    A discussion about worldwide need and the humanitarian efforts of the global medical effort Doctors Without Borders International. Panelists include Dr. Alain Destexhe, a research director at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Dr. Fiona Terry, the director of research for the French section of Doctors Without Borders, and Dr. Evan Lee of the Department of Medicine at the National University of Singapore.moreless
  • David Frost
    Episode 01.24.95
    1/24/95
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    Sir David Frost discusses his ABC special
  • A Panel About The State Of The Union Address
    1/24/95
    0.0
    William Kristol of
  • Richard Holbrooke
    Episode 01.23.95
    1/23/95
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    Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke discusses the situations in Bosnia and Russia, the political implications for the United States, and the NATO strategy.
  • 1/20/95
    0.0
    Sigourney Weaver discusses her new film Death and the Maiden, her upcoming project Copy Cat, her background as an actor, and some of her favorite roles. Then, Ben Kingsley on Death and the Maiden, his approach to acting, and stage work versus film work.
  • Nigel Hawthorne
    Episode 01.19.95
    1/19/95
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    Actor Nigel Hawthorne talks about his starring role in
  • A Conversation About Pornography
    1/19/95
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    A conversation about the pornography debate, First Amendment rights, and how they affect America with Nadine Strossen, president of the American Civil Liberties Union, and Norma Ramos, member of the National Organization of Women's subcommittee on pornography.
  • Larry Kramer
    Episode 01.18.95
    1/18/95
    0.0
    A conversation with Academy Award-nominated screenwriter and gay activist Larry Kramer about AIDS and the American response to the epidemic.
  • A Discussion With Ellen Barkin
    1/18/95
    0.0
    Actress Ellen Barkin discusses her background, her long and prolific career in Hollywood, and her film
  • Jimmy Carter
    Episode 01.17.95
    1/17/95
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    Former President Jimmy Carter talks about his poetry book
  • Filmmakers Henry Hampton and Terry Kay Rockefeller talk about their PBS documentary series
  • Joe Califano
    Joe Califano
    Episode 01.16.95
    1/16/95
    0.0
    Joe Califano, who has served as Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, discusses his book
  • 1/13/95
    0.0
    A discussion with choreographer Twyla Tharp about her dance piece
  • Mario Cuomo
    Episode 01.12.95
    1/12/95
    0.0
    Former New York Governor Mario Cuomo discusses his unsuccessful re-election campaign, New York politics, partisan wars, and his plans for the future.
  • 1/11/95
    0.0
    Retiring New York City Ballet principal dancer Heather Watts talks about her extraordinary 20-year career, the rigors of a professional dance career, and her inspirations and evolution as an artist.
  • Barney Frank
    Barney Frank
    Episode 01.11.95
    1/11/95
    0.0
    Congressman Barney Frank of Massachusetts discusses Congressional politics, the new Republican majority, and what Democrats must do to regain their footing.
  • 1/10/95
    0.0
    A discussion about First Lady Hillary Clinton with Jeannie William of
  • Reggie Miller
    Episode 01.09.95
    1/9/95
    0.0
    A conversation with basketball great Reggie Miller on the NBA, the Knicks, and his evolution as a player.
  • Gary Oldman
    Episode 01.06.95
    1/6/95
    0.0
    Actor Gary Oldman discusses his movies
  • A Discussion About The Transfer Of Power In Washington
    A Discussion About The Transfer Of Power In Washington
  • 1/5/95
    0.0
    Retired Congressman and Newt Gingrich consultant Vin Weber talks about the 104th Congress, the shift in American political power, and why conservatism is having a resurgence in Washington. Then, Bill Moyers on his new PBS show What Can We Do About Violence?, the culture of violence among youth, and the political landscape in America. Finally, astronomer Carl Sagan discusses his work in space and his new book A Pale Blue Dot.moreless
  • 1/4/95
    0.0
    Congressman David Dreier discusses the 104th Congress, Newt Gingrich, and the political and social direction of America. Then, Jim Rogers and Susan Kaufman Purcell on the floundering Mexican economy and the United States' potential courses of action. Finally, zoologist Desmond Morris on his new television series and companion book,The Human Animal: A Personal View of the Human Species.moreless
  • Isabella Rosellini
    Episode 01.03.95
    1/3/95
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    A conversation with actress Isabella Rosellini about her colorful life, her acting, and her film
  • Norman Ornstein
    Norman Ornstein
    Episode 01.03.95
    1/3/95
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    Norman Ornstein, a political scientist and a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, discusses the arrival of the new Congress, the Contract with America, and what the new Republican majority means for Newt Gingrich, the Clinton administration, and the American people.
  • Robert Macneil
    Episode 01.02.95
    1/2/95
    0.0
    A conversation with renowned journalist Robert MacNeil of