Charlie Rose - Season 1999

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




Episode Guide

  • A Rebroadcasted Discussion With Toni Morrison
    A rebroadcasted interview with novelist Toni Morrison from 1998.
  • 12/30/99
    A rebroadcasted interview with singer/songwriter Bruce Springsteen from 1998.
  • David Mccullough
    Episode 12.29.99
    David Mccullough
  • Tom Ford - 1999
    Episode 1228
    A conversation with the man who rebuilt Gucci, designer Tom Ford. Now the creative director for the label, Ford speaks about the development of his career at Gucci, predicts where fashion is headed, and shares a video of Gucci's spring 2000 collection.
  • Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger,
  • 12/24/99
    A consideration of the life of Jesus Christ with the Roman Catholic Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete, author of
  • John Glenn
    Episode 12.23.99
    Former senator and astronaut John Glenn looks back on his life on earth and above. He discusses his return to space at the age of 77, his work as the only senator to be elected four times in the state of Ohio, and his book
  • 12/22/99
    First, Nobel Laureate And Holocaust Survivor Elie Wiesel Talks About His Newly-Published Second Volume Of Memoirs, And The Sea Is Never Full. Then, Actor And Director Tim Robbins Discusses His New Film About Orson Welles And Revolutionary Theater, Cradle Will Rock.
  • 12/21/99
    Danny Devito, Actor And Producer, Discusses His Work On The Film Man On The Moon, About The Life Of Humorist Andy Kaufman. Also, Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, And Peter Buck, Members Of The Band R.E.M., Discuss Their Work On The Song Man On The Moon, The Inspiration For The Movie And Soundtrack.moreless
  • Meryl Streep
    Meryl Streep
    Episode 12.20.99
    Photographer Richard Avedon offers his opinion of who the most influential person of the century is.
  • Angela Bassett
    Episode 12.20.99
    Actress Angela Bassett discusses her pick for the most influential person of the century.
  • Alanis Morissette
    Episode 12.17.99
    The Canadian singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette speaks about her album
  • 12/16/99
    A Look At The Country Music Singer/Songwriter, Garth Brooks. Brooks Is Joined By Bill Ivey Of The National Endowment For The Arts, Evelyn Shriver Of Asylum Records, Journalist Bruce Feiler, Pat Quigley Of Capitol Records, Journalist Beverly Keel, And Singer/Songwriter Kinky Friedman As He Reflects On His Enormous Success And Pervasive Influence On Country Music In America.moreless
  • 12/15/99
    The Anchor Of Nbc Nightly News, Tom Brokaw, Discusses His Book The Greatest Generation Speaks: Letters And Reflections, Which Is Comprised Of Responses To His Earlier Work, The Greatest Generation. Then, Chairman Of The Arms Control Advisory Board At The Council On Foreign Relations, Richard Garwin, Talks About The Dangers Of Nuclear Proliferation And His Reasons For Supporting Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty, Which Was Rejected By The Senate.moreless
  • 12/14/99
    Former Senator Of New Jersey, Bill Bradley, Discusses His Presidential Campaign Strategies For Iowa, New Hampshire, And Beyond. Also, The British Secretary Of State For Northern Ireland, Peter Mandelson, Discusses The New Government And Progress Towards Peace In His Region.
  • John Mccain.
    Episode 12.13.99
    An hour with Republican senator from Arizona and presidential candidate, John McCain. McCain responds to the feedback about the recent debates among Republican candidates, discusses formative life experiences that have contributed to his desire to run for the presidency, and shares his policy platform.
  • 12/10/99
    First, A Conversation With Nobel Laureate And Cell Biologist At Rockefeller University, Dr. Gunter Blobel, About The Significance Of His Research That Demonstrated The Way In Which Proteins Move Around Cells.This Segment Originally Appeared October 19, 1999.||Then, An Interview That Originally Aired October 5, 1999. The Archbishop Of Cape Town And Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu Talks About His New Book, No Future Without Forgiveness.||Finally, An Interview With Nobel Laureate In Economics Amartya Sen, About His Book Development As Freedom. This Segment Originally Aired September 15, 1999.moreless
  • 12/9/99
    Columnist For The New York Times, Thomas Friedman, Weighs In On The Opening Of Peace Talks Between Syria And Israel Regarding The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. Also, An Interview With The Secretary-General Of Nato, Lord George Robertson, On The Future Of His Organization And Its Expansion Into Eastern Europe.
  • 12/8/99
    Actor Tim Roth Talks About His Directing Debut In The Film, The War Zone, About The Devastating Effects Of Incest In A Family In London. Then, The Director Mike Figgis Talks About His New Movie, Miss Julie, An Adaptation Of The Play By August Strindberg.
  • 12/7/99
    Two different looks at the world of architecture. First, British architect Richard Rogers shares his book of designs titled Richard Rogers, Complete Works Volume 1 and discusses his collaboration with Renzo Piano on the Pompidou Center in Paris. Then, American architect Steven Holl shows some of his work, including the award-winning Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum in Finland.moreless
  • 12/6/99
    A Discussion About Prostate Cancer With The Manager Of The New York Yankees, Joe Torre, Who Was Diagnosed With The Disease Earlier In The Year, And Michael Milken, The Founder Of Capcure, The World'S Largest Private Funder Of Prostate Cancer Research. Then, Actress Sigourney Weaver Discusses Her Performance In The New Film A Map Of The World, Based On Jane Hamilton'S Novel. Last, A Remembrance Of The Late Actress Madeline Kahn With A Rebroadcasted Interview.moreless
  • 12/3/99
    A Rebroadcasted Interview With Mike Myers, Star Of Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, In Which He Plays Multiple Characters. Myers Discusses The Origins Of The Character Austin Powers And His Childhood In Canada.This Segment Originally Aired June 8, 1999.||Then, An Interview With Frank Mccourt, The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Irish Author Of Angela'S Ashes, About The Second Part Of His Memoirs, 'Tis. This Segment Originally Appeared September 21, 1999.moreless
  • 12/2/99
    Political Correspondent For The New York Times, Richard Berke, Weighs In On The Race For The Presidential Nomination Of The Democratic Party. Then, An Interview With Filmmaker Rory Kennedy On His Work On American Hollow, About The Struggles Of A Family In West Virginia. Also, Sports Photographers Neil Leifer And Walter Iooss Discuss Their Work As Sports Illustrated'S 20Th Century Sports Awards Approach.moreless
  • A Rebroadcast Of An Interview With Alec Baldwin
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with Alec Baldwin about his career in film, his admiration of Marlon Brando's work, and his movie
  • 11/30/99
    A Conversation With National Security Council Advisor, Richard Clarke. As The Nation'S Foremost Counterterrorism Official, Clarke Outlines The Threats Of Osama Bin Laden, Biological Weapons, And Cyber Terrorism That Our Nation May Face In The Future. Later, Actor Ralph Fiennes Talks About His Performance In The Film The End Of The Affair, Which Is Based On Graham Greene'S Eponymous Novel. He Discusses Working With The Actress Julianne Moore, The Religious Undertones Of The Film, And What May Be Next For His Acting Career.moreless
  • 11/29/99
    First, A Conversation About Northern Ireland With Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, Who Served As The Mediator At The Northern Ireland Peace Talks. Mitchell Describes His Work Promoting The Implementation Of The April 1998 Peace Agreement To Both Factions. Also, Photographer Helmut Newton Reflects On His Sometimes Controversial Work In Fashion Photography And Shares His Latest Book, Sumo. His Book Features 480 Pages Of His Rare Or Previously Unpublished Photographs And Is The Most Expensive Ever Published.moreless
  • 11/26/99
    A look at two people who have changed the face of photography. First, photographer Annie Leibovitz discusses her new book of portraits titled Women, which features an essay by the writer Susan Sontag. Then, Richard Avedon talks about the development of his photography career and shares some of his most groundbreaking work. He also talks about some of his most memorable subjects including Jean Renoir, discusses work on a group of photographs on religion for The New Yorker, and explains what he believes it means to be an artist.moreless
  • 11/25/99
    First, Hollywood Producer And Creator Of The Cbs Television Series Now And Again, Glenn Gordon Caron, Discusses His Successful Show. Now And Again, Caron Explains, Is His First Critically-Acclaimed Series Since Moonlighting And Stars Dennis Haysbert. Next, A Conversation About The Life Of Senator Ted Kennedy With The Author Of His Biography, Edward M. Kennedy, Adam Clymer. Clymer Also Discusses Work As A Correspondent For The New York Times As A Washington Correspondent And Provides His Perspective On Kennedy'S Leadership In Congress. Later, An Interview With Actor Gabriel Byrne On His New Movie With Arnold Schwarzenegger, End Of Days.moreless
  • 11/24/99
    Senator Robert Torricelli Of New Jersey Discusses Some Of The Most Inspiring Speeches Of The Century, As Compiled In His Co-Edited Book In Our Own Words. Next, The Editor Of The Economist Bill Emmott Discusses International Perceptions Of The United States. Emmott Later Looks At The Relationship Between Europe And The United States And The State Of The American Economy. Finally, A Discussion With Director Gavin O'Connor And Actress Janet Mcteer On Their New Movie, Tumbleweeds. The Film Follows An Emotionally Abused Mother Who Resolves To Take Her Daughter And Leave Everything Else Behind In Search Of A New, Better Life.moreless
  • 11/23/99
    Former U.S. Trade Representative Charlene Barshefsky Talks About Her Negotiations With China Regarding Its Inclusion In The World Trade Organization. She Outlines The Potential Benefits For Both The Chinese And American Economies As A Congressional Vote Approaches. Also, An Interview With The Former Chancellor Of West Germany, Helmut Schmidt. He Reflects On Germany'S Unification, Germany'S Place Within Europe, And Relations Between His Nation And The United States.moreless
  • 11/22/99
    A Conversation With The Prime Minister Of Israel, Ehud Barak. Barak Looks Ahead To A Visit With President Clinton In Istanbul Regarding The Middle East Peace Talks, Speaks About The Growing Israeli Economy, And Comments On The Differences Between His Leadership Style And That Of His Predecessor, Benjamin Netenyahu. Later, A Remembrance Of Alexander Liberman With The Rebroadcasting Of A 1993 Interview. Liberman Served As The Editorial Director Of All Conde Nast Magazines From 1960 To 1994.moreless
  • 11/19/99
    First, An Update On The Investigation Into The Causes Of The Crash Of Egyptair Flight 990 With Nabil Fahmi, Egyptian Ambassador To The United States, And James Kallstrom, Former Assistant Director Of The F.B.I. Next, The Ceo Of Amazon.Com, Jeff Bezos, And The Ceo Of Sotheby'S Holdings, Diana D. Brooks, Discuss Their Collaboration On Online Auctioning. Finally, Reverend Mike Piazza And Architect Philip Johnson Talk About The Creation Of A Gay Church In Dallas, Texas, Called The Cathedral Of Hope.moreless
  • 11/18/99
    Professor At Northwestern University And Author Of A Necessary Evil, Garry Willis, Talks About His Book And The Origins America'S Distrust Of The Government. Wills Also Reflects On George Washington'S Influence On The American Psyche. Then, The Singer/Songwriter Jimmy Buffett Discusses His Fanbase, Fondly Known As "Parrotheads," And New Live Album Titled Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays. Also, The Composer And Conductor Pierre Boulez Shares The Evolution Of His Career And Orchestra, The Ensemble Intercontemporain, Looks Back At His Work With The New York Philharmonic, And Responds To The Public'S Criticism Of His Personality.moreless
  • 11/17/99
    First, The United States Ambassador To The United Nations, Richard Holbrooke, Talks About The United Nation'S Debt And His Recent Diplomatic Trip To East Timor. Also, Screenwriter Kevin Smith And Actor Chris Rock Discuss Their Work On Their New Movie, Dogma, A Comedy With Controversial Commentary About Christianity. Last, An Interview With Jay Walker, The Creator Of Priceline.Com. Walker Explains The Development Of His Website, Which Enables Customers To Name Their Price For Airline Tickets, Hotel Rooms, And Mortgages, Then Auction Them On The Internet.moreless
  • Michael Crichton
    Episode 11.16.99
    A dialogue with best-selling author Michael Crichton about his love of storytelling, huge success with the
  • 11/15/99
    An interview with the director of the film Sleepy Hollow, Tim Burton. Burton speaks about the inspiration for the film, the classic Washington Irving story on which it is based, and his chemistry with the actor Johnny Depp. Then, Depp, the leading actor in Sleepy Hollow, talks about his performance and shares his reasons for choosing unconventional roles.moreless
  • 11/12/99
    The Film Critic Of The New York Times, Janet Maslin, On Leaving Her Position With The Newspaper After More Than Twenty Years. She Discusses Lawrence Of Arabia, Her Favorite Of All Time, Most Memorable Critiques, And Her Contributions To The New York Times Guide To The 1,000 Best Movies Ever Made. Also, The Boxing Promoter Don King Discusses Last March'S Controversy Between The Boxers Evander Holyfield And Lennox Lewis And Looks To The Upcoming Match In Which The Fighters Will Meet Again.moreless
  • 11/11/99
    First, The Former Editor-In-Chief Of Time And Ambassador To Austria, Henry Grunwald, Shares His New Book About His Suffering From Macular Degeneration, Twilight: Losing Sight, Gaining Insight. Then, Filmmaker Ric Burns Discusses His New Film About The History Of New York City, New York: A Documentary. Finally, Photographer Richard Avedon And Writer Doon Arbus Speak About The 1960S As Captured In Their Book, Sixties.moreless
  • 11/10/99
    The Director And Screenwriter Barry Levinson Talks About His Film Liberty Heights, The Fourth Of His Baltimore Series. Levinson Talks About The Movie'S Autobiographical Nature And Looks Back At His 1998 Film Rain Man. Then, An Interview With The Ncaa Men'S Basketball Coach Dean Smith, Who For 36-Years Guided University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill Team. He Shares His New Book, A Coach'S Life.moreless
  • David Boies
    Episode 11.09.99
    An hour-long interview with attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice David Boies. Boies speaks about his role as prosecutor in the Microsoft Corporation antitrust case, reflects on the development of his career, and talks about the strategies a trial lawyer must employ in order to be successful in the courtroom.moreless
  • 11/8/99
    In Light Of The Ongoing Microsoft Corporation Antitrust Trial, Three Segments With Guests From Different Perspectives. First, Representatives From The Microsoft Corporation Robert Herbold And Charles F. Rule Weigh In On The Case. Then, An Interview With Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker, Who Has Been Covering The Trial In Washington And Is In The Process Of Writing A Book About The Controversy. Finally, The Attorney General Of Connecticut, Richard Blumenthal, And Jared Sandberg Of Newsweek Share Their Opinions.moreless
  • 11/5/99
    The Actress Meryl Streep Discusses Her Performance In Wes Craven'S Music Of The Heart, About A Music Teacher And Single Parent Who Talks Her Way Into A Job Teaching Violin To Children At A Public School In Harlem. Then, An Interview With Joschka Fischer, The Foreign Minister Of Germany, About Nato'S War Against Serbia And His Nation'S Relationship With The United States. Last, The Director Kimberly Peirce Discusses Her Film Boys Don'T Cry, Which Stars Hilary Swank As A Young Girl Who Lives As A Boy.moreless
  • 11/4/99
    Following 15 Years With The Today Show And A Brief Run With The Prime-Time Series Public Eye, Bryant Gumbel Talks About His Return To Morning Television On The Early Show On Cbs. He Also Speaks About His Continuing Position As Anchor Of Real Sports. Later, Author Of Liar'S Poker Michael Lewis Discusses His New Book On Silicon Valley And The Computer Scientist Jim Clark, The New New Thing.moreless
  • 11/3/99
    On Interview'S 30Th Anniversary, The Editor Ingrid Sischy, Photographer David Lachapelle, And Musician Jon Bon Jovi Reflect On The Magazine'S Success And The Influence Of Its Founder, The Artist Andy Warhol. Also, Actor Gene Hackman And Underwater Archaeologist Daniel Lenihan Talk About Their Co-Authored Novel Set In The 19Th Century, Wake Of The Perdido Star.moreless
  • Mariah Carey - 1999
    Episode 1102
    An interview with singer Mariah Carey, who has just earned her 14th number-one single with the song "Heartbreaker". She discusses the release of her album "Rainbow", chronicles the development of her career as a singer and songwriter, and previews her next project, the soundtrack and starring role in the film "Glitter".moreless
  • 11/1/99
    A Conversation About The American Presidency With Hugh Sidey Of Time And Co-Author Of The American President, Philip B. Kunhardt Iii. Also, An Interview With Journalist Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times On The Possible Race For Senate In New York State Between Hillary Clinton And Rudolph Giuliani. Later, A Personal Story About South Boston With The Author Of All Souls, Michael Patrick Macdonald.moreless
  • 10/29/99
    A Dialogue Taped In New York City'S Metropolitan Museum Of Art With Country Music Singer/Songwriter Kris Kristofferson On His Newest Album Release, Austin Sessions. Also, An Inside Look At The Museum'S New Exhibit Of Egyptian Art With Philippe De Montebello, Director Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, And Dorothea Arnold, Curator Of The Exhibition.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with actor John Malkovich about his performance in
  • 10/27/99
    A Conversation With Chris Matthews Of The Nbc Show Hardball About The Politics Of The Year 2000. Matthews Looks At The Upcoming Presidential Election And Its Possible Candidates, Among Them Al Gore And Bill Bradley. Later, An Interview With Actress Angela Bassett. She Talks About Her Performance In The Wes Craven Film Music Of The Heart, Recounts Her Time At Yale, And Reflects On Her Earlier Work As A Stage Actress.moreless
  • 10/26/99
    First, Kay Redfield Jamison, Professor At Johns Hopkins University, Discusses Her Struggle With Manic Depression, Its Link To Suicide, And Book Night Falls Fast. Then, An Interview Author And Journalist Pete Hamill Who Has Just Returned From Mexico. He Talks About His Book Diego Rivera, On The Artist'S Work And Life. Finally, Author Adela Alexander Of George Washington University Speaks About Tracing Her Racial And Sexual Identity Through Her Family Roots In Her Book Homelands And Waterways.moreless
  • 10/25/99
    Author Scott Turow Reflects On His Life As A Lawyer And Talks About His New Book, Personal Injuries. Next, Composer Elmer Bernstein And Architect Craig Hodgetts Examine The New Exhibit Of The Works Of Designers Charles And Ray Eames. Finally, A Look At The Family That Has Run The New York Times, The Sulzbergers With The Authors Of The Book The Trust: The Private And Powerful Family Behind The New York Times, Former Associate Editor Of Time Susan Tift And Former Press Reporter For The New York Times Alex Jones.moreless
  • 10/22/99
    Film Actor Antonio Banderas Talks About His Directorial Debut, Crazy In Alabama. The Movie Follows The Life Of An Abused Woman And Stars His Wife, Melanie Griffith. Also, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist James B. Stewart Talks About His New Nonfiction Book, Blind Eye. Stewart Suggests That Professionals In The Medical Field May Be Capable Of Murder.moreless
  • Samuel Berger
    Episode 10.21.99
    A conversation from the Council on Foreign Relations with Samuel
  • 10/20/99
    First, The Inventor Of The Internet And Director Of The World Wide Web Consortium, Tim Berners-Lee, Talks About His Book Weaving The Web And His Expectations For The Internet In The Future. Also, Writer James Redford And Filmmaker Mayo Chermayeff Discuss Their New Documentary About Organ Donations And Organ Donors, The Kindness Of Strangers. Finally, Former New York City Mayor Edward Koch Discusses His Book About Rudolph Giuliani, Giuliani: Nasty Man.moreless
  • 10/19/99
    A Conversation With Dr. Gunter Blobel, Nobel Laureate And Cell Biologist At Rockefeller University, About The Significance Of His Research That Demonstrated The Way In Which Proteins Move Around Cells. Also, The Singer/Songwriter Tori Amos Tells The Story Of Her Development As A Musician And Talks About Her Newest Release, To Venus And Back, Which Consists Of Both Studio And Live Performances. Then, An Interview With Ceo Of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Martha Stewart. She Speaks About Her Company Going Public And The Evolving Concept Of The American Homemaker.moreless
  • 10/18/99
    Carleton Fiorina, The President And Ceo Of Hewlett-Packard, Talks About Her Company And Being Named The Single Most Powerful Woman In American Business By Fortune Magazine For The Second Year In A Row. Next, Puerto Rican Singer Marc Anthony Speaks About The Growing Popularity Of Latin Pop Music. He Also Introduces His New Album, Marc Anthony. Finally, Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones Talks About The Nfl And The Future Of His Football Team.moreless
  • 10/15/99
    Director Martin Scorsese Reflects On His Work On The New Movie, Bringing Out The Dead. Scorsese Talks About Filming And Growing Up In New York City And Nicholas Cage'S Performance In The Film. Then, An Interview With Light Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Roy Jones Jr. He Speaks About The Boxers That Most Influenced His Career And His Plans To Enter The Heavyweight Division.moreless
  • 10/14/99
    A Look At The Defeat Of The Comprehensive Test-Ban Treaty In The Senate. Ambassador To The United Nations Richard Holbrooke And R.W. "Johnny" Apple Of The New York Times Consider The Vote'S Potential Consequences For American Foreign Policy. Also, An Interview With The Actor John Malkovich. He Talks About His Performance In Film Being John Malkovich, Written By Charlie Kaufman. Malkovich Discusses Some Of His Roles In Stage Theatre And Shares His Opinions On The Public'S Fascination With Celebrities.moreless
  • 10/13/99
    Journalists Fareed Zakaria Of Newsweek And James Hoge Of Foreign Affairs Discuss The Military Coup In Pakistan And Predict How The United States May Respond. Then, An Interview With Harvard University Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. He Shares New Revelations About The Culture And Civilizations Of Africa In His New Television Series And Book, Wonders Of The African World. Also, President Of Carnegie Hall And Violinist Isaac Stern Reflects On His Life As One Of The World'S Foremost Classical Musicians.moreless
  • 10/12/99
    Joe Klein Of The New Yorker, Ron Brownstein Of The Los Angeles Times, And Richard Berke Of The New York Times Look Ahead To The 2000 Presidential Elections. They Predict The Success Of Potential Candidates Including Al Gore, John Mccain, Bill Bradley, And George W. Bush. Next, An Interview With The Opera Singer, Renee Fleming. She Talks About Her Grammy-Winning Recording, The Beautiful Voice, And Introduces Her Latest Album, Strauss Heroines.moreless
  • 10/11/99
    A Dialogue With The Mayor Of Jerusalem, Ehud Olmert, About Israeli Politics And His Government'S Negotiations With The Palestinian Authority. Then, Researcher At Weill Medical College Of Cornell University, Dr. Ronald Crystal, Shares The Discovery Of A Specific Gene In Rats That Determines Hair Loss. Finally, The Young Cellist Nina Kotova Discusses Her Debut At Carnegie Hall And First Record Release, Which Includes Several Of Her Own Compositions.moreless
  • 10/8/99
    Dr. Harold Varmus Speaks About His Departure From The National Institutes Of Health And New Position As Head Of The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Varmus Discusses The Ongoing Human Genome Project And Comments On The Development Of A Possible Aids Vaccine. Next, Dick Schaap Of Espn And Author David Halberstam Share Their Opinions On Which Athletes Were The Greatest Of The Century.moreless
  • 10/7/99
    First, Dominick Dunne Of Vanity Fair Looks Back On His Life As A Hollywood Insider. He Discusses Writing About The 1982 Trial Of His Daughter'S Murderer And His Memoirs, The Way We Lived Then: Recollections Of A Well-Known Namedropper. Then, An Interview With Professor At Columbia University Edward Said. He Talks About His Book, Out Of Place, Which Chronicles His Early Years In The Middle East.moreless
  • 10/6/99
    An Interview With The White House Press Secretary, Joseph Lockhart. He Speaks About President Clinton'S Last Year In Office, His Predecessor Mike Mccurry, And His Opinions Of 24-Hour News Networks. Also, Journalist Eric Alterman Of The Nation Discusses His Book On The Life And Times Of The Singer/Songwriter Bruce Springsteen, It Ain'T No Sin To Be Glad You'Re Alive.moreless
  • 10/5/99
    The Archbishop Of Cape Town, South Africa And Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu Talks About His Position As Chair Of The Truth And Reconciliation Commission, Which Investigates Crimes Committed During The Apartheid Regime. He Also Shares His New Book, No Future Without Forgiveness. Also, The Chief Scientist Of Sun Microsystems, Bill Joy. Joy Introduces His Latest Project, Jini, Software That Allows Appliances To Communicate With One Another Through A Network.moreless
  • 10/4/99
    Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author David Maraniss Of The Washington Post Talks About The Professional Football Coach Vince Lombardi And His New Book, When Pride Still Mattered. Then, An Interview With Hotelier Ian Schrager, Who Has Expanded His Empire To The St. Martin'S Lane Hotel In London. He Also Considers The Direction In Which His Industry Is Headed. Last, An Interview With Artist Ann Hamilton. She Talks About Her New Works, Large-Scale Installations, That Have Been Receiving Much Attention In The Art World.moreless
  • Edmund Morris
    Episode 10.01.99
    An hour-long interview with Edmund Morris, biographer of Ronald Reagan. Morris talks about his fourteen years spent studying the former President, his personal relationship with the politician, and the product of his work,
  • Kevin Spacey
    Episode 09.30.99
    An hour-long interview with actor Kevin Spacey about his career in film and experiences working with actress Annette Bening in the film
  • 9/29/99
    A Roundtable Discussion About The Debate Over The Government Subsidizing Of An Art Exhibit Found To Be Disrespectful And Blasphemous By Some Residents Of New York City. Former New York City Mayor Edward Koch, Michael Kimmelman Of The New York Times, Bill Donahue Of The Catholic League, And First Amendment Lawyer And Representation For The Brooklyn Museum Of Art, Floyd Abrams, Weigh In On The Controversy.**Later, The Conductor Lorin Maazel Speaks About Leading The Vienna Philharmonic Into The 21St Century.moreless
  • 9/28/99
    The Chief Investment Strategist For Morgan Stanley Dean Witter, Byron Wien, Shares His Thoughts On The Recent Slide In The Stock Market, Declining Value Of The Dollar, And Strengthening Of The Japanese Yen. Next, Author And University Of Cambridge Professor Christopher Andrews Introduces His New Book About Soviet Spies During The Cold War, The Sword And The Shield: The Mitrokhin Archive And The Secret History Of The Kgb. Also, The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Playwright Neil Simon Introduces The Second Volume Of His Memoirs, The Play Goes On, Which Chronicles His Life After The Passing Of His Wife, Joan.moreless
  • 9/27/99
    First, An Interview With The Prime Minister Of Malaysia, Mahathir Mohamad. He Defends His Economic Policy, Responds To Accusations Of Human-Rights Abuses, And Talks About His Book, A New Deal For Asia. Also, Manager Of The New York Yankees Joe Torre Shares His Book, Joe Torre'S Ground Rules For Winners, And Strategies For Coaching His Baseball Team.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with singer/songwriter Dave Matthews of the Dave Matthews Band about his music and album
  • 9/23/99
    On The Eve Of The Meeting Of The New United Nations General Assembly, A Dialogue With Un Secretary-General, Kofi Annan. Also, Journalist John Horgan Talks About The Limits Of The Human Brain As Explained In His Book, The Undiscovered Mind. Last, Former Music Journalist And Author Kinky Friedman Discusses His Influences And Shares His New Novel, Spanking Watson.moreless
  • 9/22/99
    First, An Interview With The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Feminist Author Susan Faludi. Her Book Stiffed Seeks To Provide A Male'S Perspective Of The Backlash To Feminism In The 1990S. Also, Violinist Robert Mcduffie Speaks About His Studies At Juilliard, Discusses Influential American Composers And Conductors, And Performs With Pianist Pamela Pyle.
  • 9/21/99
    A Dialogue With Frank Mccourt, The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Irish Author Of Angela'S Ashes, About The Second Part Of His Memoirs, 'Tis. Also, Journalist Hugh Downs Of Abc News Reflects On His Career As He Plans To Retire In The Upcoming Week. The 20/20 Reporter Looks Back At Some Of His Most Memorable Profiles On The Show And Talks About His Relationship With Barbara Walters.moreless
  • 9/20/99
    A Panel Of Experts Weighs In On The Debate Over The Significance Of Brain Development Within The First Three Years Of Life. President Of The James S. Mcdonnell Foundation John Bruer, Professor Of Psychology At The University Of California At Berkeley Alison Gopnik, And Professor Of Child Psychiatry At Yale University Kyle Pruett All Share Their Opinions And Respective Books On The Subject. Later, Director Lawrence Kasdan Speaks About His New Film, Mumford.moreless
  • 9/17/99
    A Discussion With Television Critics Steve Reddicliffe Of Tv Guide, Bill Carter Of The New York Times, And Ken Tucker Of Entertainment Weekly On The Upcoming Season'S Returning And New Shows. They Also Discuss The Recipients Of The Recent Emmy Awards. Then, Guitarist Ry Cooder And Director Wim Wenders Speak About Their Prize-Winning Film About Cuba, Buena Vista Social Club. The Movie Tells The Story Of The Resurgence Of A Jazz Music Group In Cuba Whose Popularity Had Declined With Castro In Power.moreless
  • Dave Matthews
    Episode 09.16.99
    An interview with singer/songwriter Dave Matthews of the Dave Matthews Band, in which the South African musician talks about moving to Virginia, the improving racial policies of the South African government, and assembling his band. He also discusses his band's album,
  • 9/15/99
    First, New York Governor George Pataki Speaks About The Race For Senator Of His State, His Possible Run For The Vice Presidency In The 2000 Elections, And The Future Of The Republican Party. Then, A Conversation With Amartya Sen, The 1998 Nobel Laureate In Economics. Sen Discusses Economic Policy And Its Effect On Social Structure In His Book, Development As Freedom.moreless
  • 9/14/99
    The Outgoing U.S. Ambassador To China, James Sasser, Speaks About The Recent Embassy Bombing And Relations Between The Two Nations. Next, Robert Kagan Of The Weekly Standard And The Carnegie Endowment For Peace Responds To Sasser'S Comments. Also, Analysts Patrick Tyler Of The New York Times And Author Of A Great Wall And John Holden Of The National Committee On U.S.-China Relations Discuss Chinese Domestic Policy. Finally, An Interview With Humorist Dave Barry About His Debut Novel, Big Trouble.moreless
  • 9/13/99
    A Discussion Of The Legacy Of Pope John Paul Ii With The Creator Of The Film John Paul Ii: The Millennial Pope, Helen Whitney, And Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete Of The Archdiocese Of New York, A Long-Time Friend Of The Catholic Leader. Then, Senator Of Arizona And Presidential Candidate John Mccain Speaks About His New Book, Faith Of My Fathers, About The Significance Of His Time Spent In The Military.moreless
  • 9/10/99
    A Look Back At American Foreign Policy Towards The Soviet Union At The End Of The Cold War And A Discussion About The United States' Current Relationship With Russia. Strobe Talbott, The Deputy Secretary Of State, Robert Kaiser Of The Washington Post, Michael Mcfaul Of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, And Padma Desai Of Columbia University All Share Their Differing Views.moreless
  • 9/9/99
    First, The Special Representative To The U.N Mission In Kosovo, Bernard Kouchner. Kouchner Provides Updates Of The Efforts Of The Peacekeeping Force In The Nation And Shares The U.N.'S Long-Term Strategy For Maintaining Peace Between The Kosovars And Serbs. Also, A Discussion With Peter King Of Sports Illustrated On The Opening Of The National Football League Season.moreless
  • 9/8/99
    The United States Secretary Of Labor, Alexis Herman, And The President Of The Afl-Cio, John Sweeney, Talk About The Current State Of The American Labor Movement And The Major Issues Facing Americans In The Workplace. Then, A Conversation With Kurt Vonnegut About His New Book Of Stories, Bagombo Snuff Box: Uncollected Short Fiction. Finally, British Author Peter Mayle Shares The Sequel To His Bestseller A Year In Provence, Titled Encore Provence.moreless
  • 9/7/99
    A Conversation About The Merger Of Cbs And Viacom With Geraldine Fabrikant, Reporter For The New York Times Who Broke The Story, Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker, And Media Analyst David Londoner Of The Investment Firm Schroder And Company. Then, An Interview With Indonesian Ambassador To The United States Makarim Wibisono, On His Government'S Perspective Of The Conflict In East Timor. Also, Nobel Laureate Jose Ramos-Horta Speaks About Leading The Campaign Against The Indonesian Occupation Of The Region And The Need For U.N. Aid In East Timor.moreless
  • 9/6/99
    A Conversation About The Museum Of Modern Art'S Exhibition In Honor Of The 100Th Anniversary Of Filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock'S Birth. His Only Child Pat Hitchcock O'Connell, Curator Of The Exhibit Laurence Kardish, And Director Peter Bogdanovich Discuss Hitchcock'S Life And Groundbreaking Work. This Segment Originally Aired May 5, 1999.||Later, An Interview With Filmmaker Barry Levinson, Who Talks About Directing A Number Of Movies Including Wag The Dog, Rainman, And Diner. He Is To Receive A Lifetime Achievement Award From The American Comedy Festival. This Segment Originally Appeared February 2, 1999.moreless
  • 9/2/99
    First, In An Interview That Originally Aired March 1, 1999, Jerry Yang, Ceo Of Yahoo, Inc, Discusses The Founding Of Yahoo.||Then, In An Interview That Originally Aired February 24, 1999, Michael Dell, Chairman And Ceo Of Dell Computers, Discusses The Founding Of Dell.
  • 9/1/99
    Rebroadcasted Interviews With Two Of The America'S Most Successful Country Music Stars. First, Kris Kristofferson Talks About Acting In The Film A Soldier Never Dies, Discusses The Evolution Of His Musical Career, And Speaks About His Personal Life.This Segment Originally Aired September 18, 1998.||Next, In A Segment That Originally Aired July 14, 1999, Singer/Songwriter Willie Nelson Introduces His New Album, Night And Day, Discusses The Tragedy Of The Loss Of His Child, And Looks Back At His 1996 Performance At Farm Aid With The Beach Boys.moreless
  • 8/31/99
    Rebroadcasted Conversations With Two Of The Foremost Classical Music Conductors In The World, Seiji Ozawa And Riccardo Muti. Ozawa, The First Japanese Conductor To Achieve Prominence In The Western World, Speaks About Working With Leonard Bernstein And His Role As Music Director Of The Boston Symphony Orchestra.This Segment Originally Appeared April 9, 1999.||Then, Muti Talks About His Plans To Lead The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra In A Series Of Performances At Carnegie Hall And The Evolution Of His Career. This Segment Originally Appeared March 9, 1999.moreless
  • 8/30/99
    A rebroadcast of a panel discussion with William Hearst III, partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Paul Saffo, director of the Institute for the Future, Esther Dyson, chair of Adventure Holdings, and Bill Joy, founder of Sun Microsystems, about the ideas and products coming out of Silicon Valley and the growing gulf between the Western world and lesser developed nations as a result of technological advances (from Mary 24, 1999).moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with 26-time Grammy Award-winner Quincy Jones about his long career as a producer and his compilation album
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with actor Dustin Hoffman about the film he produced,
  • 8/25/99
    In An Interview That Originally Aired April 7, 1999, Jazz Vocalist Cassandra Wilson Talks About Musician Miles Davis' Impact On Her Work. She Has Released The Album Traveling Miles, In Which She Pays Homage To Davis With A Collection Of Songs Recorded Or Composed By Him.||Then, A Interview With Jazz Pianist Marcus Roberts On The Release Of His New Ragtime-Inspired Cd, The Joy Of Joplin.This Segment Originally Aired November 17, 1999.||Later, In A Interview That Originally Aired July 29, 1999, Jazz Singer Diana Krall Speaks About Her Album, When I Look In Your Eyes.moreless
  • 8/24/99
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with singer/songwriter Bruce Springsteen about his CD
  • Alec Baldwin
    Episode 08.23.99
    A discussion with actor Alec Baldwin about actor Warren Beatty's possible presidential campaign, what he believes is necessary in order for a director to be successful, and his love of acting. Later, Baldwin discusses his performance in the movie
  • 8/20/99
    First, British Actor Hugh Grant Talks About His Memorable Performance In Notting Hill And New Movie, Mickey Blue Eyes. Grant Also Reflects On Previous Roles And His Being Categorized As A Romantic Comedy Actor. Next, British Photographer Zed Nelson Looks At America And Its Relationship With Guns. He Discusses His Exhibition Titled Gun Nation, Which Is On View At The Newseum In New York City.moreless
  • 8/19/99
    Sean "Puffy" Combs, Ceo Of Bad Boy Entertainment, Speaks About The Enormous Growth Of His Rap Music Empire And Highly-Anticipated New Album, Forever. Combs Later Discusses Some Of The Musical Artists That Have Made An Impact On Him, Including Notorious B.I.G. And Tupac. Next, A Conversation With Filmmakers Nanette Burstein And Brett Morgan About Their Documentary On The Ropes, Which Follows The Lives Of Three Underprivileged Young Boxers From Brooklyn.moreless
  • 8/18/99
    Writer And Painter Peter Landesman And Former Metropolitan Museum Of Art Director Thomas Hoving Discuss The Recent Art Forgery Committed By A Teacher In Great Britain. Hoving Is Also The Author Of False Impressions: The Hunt For Big Time Art Fakes. Next, Author Bill Shore Talks About His Book, Share Our Strength. Shore Offers Innovative Ways Of Dealing With Poverty In The United States And Discusses Some Of The Programs That Have Been Successful In The Past. Last, An Interview With Indian-American Writer Jhumpa Lahiri About Her Short Story Collection Entitled Interpreter Of Maladies.moreless
  • 8/17/99
    First, A Conversation With Nobel Laureate Jose Ramos-Horta On The Human Rights Struggle Against The Indonesian Government And The Referendum That He Hopes Will Free East Timor, His Native Land. Also, President Of The Siebert Financial Corporation, Muriel F. Siebert, Talks About The State Of The Economy And Her Position As One Of The Most Powerful Women On Wall Street.moreless
  • Bob Schieffer
    Episode 08.16.99
    A discussion about politics and journalism with Bob Schieffer, chief correspondent for CBS News and host of
  • 8/13/99
    First, In A Interview That Originally Aired January 29, 1999, Bill Murray Talks About His Film Rushmore, His Strategy For Choosing Projects, And His Experiences In The Entertainment Industry From Saturday Night Live To Legal Eagles.||Then, In A Interview That Originally Aired May 20, 1999, The Daily Show Host Jon Stewart Discusses His Efforts To Use The Late-Night Television Format To Highlight Political Issues And Influence Cultural Dialogue.||Finally, In A Interview That Originally Aired November 25, 1998, Sandra Bernhard Discusses Her New One-Woman Broadway Show, "I'M Still Here, Dammit!", And Her New Book, "May I Kiss You On The Lips, Miss Sandra?"moreless
  • A Rebroadcast Conversation With Golfer David Duval
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with golfer David Duval about his career on the PGA Tour (from June 24, 1999).
  • 8/10/99
    First, A Conversation With Author Michael Korda About His New Book "Another Life: A Memoir Of Other People". This Segment Originally Aired May 17, 1999.Iithen, A Conversation With Horror-Fiction Writer Stephen King About His Book "Bag Of Bones", One Of King'S First Books To Receive In-Depth Literarary Analysis Beyond That Of The Horror Genre Critics. This Segment Originally Aired September 23, 1998.moreless
  • 8/9/99
    First, Stephen Cohen Of New York University And Steven Solnick Of Columbia University Weigh In On Boris Yeltsin'S Recent Dismissal Of The Russian Prime Minister, Sergei Stepashin. Solnick Is Also The Author Of Stealing The State: Control And Collapse In Soviet Insitutions. Next, An Interview With Actress Halle Berry. Berry Discusses Her New Film Playing Dorothy Dandrige, In Which She Plays The Title Role. Last, The Chief Curator Of Architecture And Design At The Museum Of Modern Art, Terrence Riley, Talks About An Exhibit At The Museum Called The Un-Private House.moreless
  • 8/6/99
    Journalist Carl Bernstein, former Nixon counsel John Dean, and former White House council Leonard Garment reflect on the Watergate scandal's impact on Americans' perceptions of the government, who the informer Deep Throat may have been, and what may have happened if Nixon had not resigned.
  • 8/5/99
    First Conversation With Actor Pierce Brosnan About His Performance In The Remake Of The 1968 Film, The Thomas Crown Affair. He Discusses The Actor Steve Mcqueen'S Role In The Original And His Earlier Performances As James Bond. Also, Brosnan'S Co-Star Rene Russo Talks About Her Work On The Movie. She Shares Her Experiences On The Set And Opinions About Sexuality On The Movie Screen.moreless
  • 8/4/99
    David Broder Of The Washington Post Talks About The Ongoing Developments Of The 2000 Presidential Election Season. He Weighs In On The Republican Iowa Caucus, Senator Bill Bradley'S Increased Popularity, And George W. Bush'S Successes. Broder Also Predicts Whether The Monica Lewinsky Scandal Will Have An Impact On Al Gore'S Campaign. Also, Actor Christopher Walken And Filmmaker John Turturro Discuss Their New Movie, Illuminata. The Film Was Inspired By A Play By Brandon Cole.moreless
  • 8/3/99
    Former Chairman Of The U.N. Special Commission On Iraq And Member Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Richard Butler, Discusses His Resignation Earlier In The Summer And The Ongoing Conflict Over The Ending Of Weapons Inspections In Iraq. Later, An Interview With Singer/Songwriter Natalie Cole On Her New Album, Snowfall On The Sahara, And Her Father, Nat King Cole.moreless
  • 8/2/99
    First, A Dialogue With Actor Richard Gere About His New Movie The Runaway Bride, In Which He Appears Opposite Julia Roberts. Then, A Discussion With Catherine Meyer Of The National Center For Missing And Exploited Children About Her Custody Battle With Her Former Husband And Book, They Are My Children, Too. Also, Author Of Slaves Of New York, Tama Janowitz, Introduces Her New Novel Titled A Certain Age.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 30, 1999)
    Episode 07.30.99
    First, An Interview With Sergio Vieira De Mello, The Interim Representative Of The United Nations To Kosovo, Who Provides Updates Of The Conflict In The Region. Also, A Look At The State Of Organized Crime In The United States With Lewis Schiliro, Fbi Assistant Director, And John Miller, Reporter For Abc News. They Discuss The Recent Usa Today Piece Titled Death Of The Mob. Finally, Malcolm Gladwell Of The New Yorker Discusses The Phenomenon Of Physical Intelligence.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 29, 1999)
    Episode 07.29.99
    A Conversation About The American Economy, The Stock Market, And The Chairman Of The Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan, With Joshua Ramo Of Time And Neal Soss Of Credit Suisse First Boston. Then, Jazz Singer Diana Krall Speaks About Her New Album, When I Look In Your Eyes, And Her Earlier Tribute To Legend Nat King Cole. Finally, Young Entrepreneurs Todd Krizelman And Stephan Paternot Discuss Their Successful Website, Theglobe.Com.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 28, 1999)
    Episode 07.28.99
    Senator John Mccain Of Arizona Discusses His Run For The Republican Nomination For President For The 2000 Elections. Mccain Discusses His Main Republican Opposition, George W. Bush, And Outlines His Platform. Then, Major General Bruce Carlson Of The U.S. Airforce And Lawrence Korb, Former Assistant Secretary Of Defense, Debate The Need For The F-22 Plane In The Air Force. Korb Maintains That The Funding Necessary To Maintain A Successful Fleet Of The Aircraft Would Be Wasteful While Carlson Notes The Qualities Of The Plane That Would Serve The Air Force Well In Combat.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 27, 1999)
    Episode 07.27.99
    First, A Look At The Falun Gong, The Spiritual Movement In China That Is Causing Unrest Within The Chinese Government With Erping Zhang, Spokesman For The Movement. Then, Liu Xiaoming, Charge D'Affaires Of The Chinese Embassy Discusses The Movement'S Popularity And His Belief That The Spread Of The Falun Gong Is Destabilizing Chinese Society. Last, Actors Ralph, Sophie, And Joe Fiennes Remember Their Mother Jenny Fiennes, Who Wrote Under The Name Jennifer Lash.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 26, 1999)
    Episode 07.26.99
    British Social Worker And Founder Of The Child Migrants Trust, Margaret Humphreys, Tells The Tragic Story Of A Group Of Child Migrants Taken From Britain To Australia In The 1940S And 1950S And Her Efforts To Reunite The Separated Family Members. Also, Wine Critic Robert Parker Discusses His Receiving Of The French Legion Of Honor, Book Bordeaux: A Comprehensive Guide To The Wines Produced From 1961 To 1997, And His Magazine The Wine Advocate. Finally, Author Elizabeth Drew Shares Her Book About Unethical Practices In Politics And Campaign-Election Reform, The Corruption In American Politics.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 23, 1999)
    Episode 07.23.99
    First, A Dialogue With British Secretary For Northern Ireland, Marjorie Mowlam. Mowlam Talks About The Prospects For The Arrangement Known As The Good Friday Agreement. Also, A Conversation With Experimental Theatre Artist Robert Wilson. Wilson Comments On His Theatrical Work, Death, Destruction & Detroit Iii, And Opera Einstein On The Beach, Which Was Co-Created By Philip Glass. Finally, Comedian Joy Behar Discusses Her Work As Co-Host On The Abc Television Show, The View.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 22, 1999)
    Episode 07.22.99
    Author And Journalist Pete Hamill Reflects On The Life And Death Of John F. Kennedy, Jr. On The Day Of His Burial And Just Three Days After He, His Wife, And His Sister-In-Law Were Killed In An Airplane Accident. Hamill Has Had A Relationship With The Kennedy Family For Almost Forty Years. Then, Former Astronaut Buzz Aldrin On The 30Th Anniversary Of The First Moon Landing. Aldrin Comments On The Cancellation Of A Nasa Shuttle Mission And Shares His Vision For The Space Program.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 21, 1999)
    Episode 07.21.99
    First, Former Governor Mario Cuomo Reflects On The Meaning Of John F. Kennedy, Jr.'S Tragic Death. He Also Talks About His Personal Relationship With The Kennedy Family, As His Son Is Married To Kerry Kennedy, Daughter Of The Late Robert Kennedy. Next, A Conversation With Actor Robert Wuhl, The Star Of The Hbo Comedy Series About A Sports Agent, Arli$$.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 20, 1999)
    Episode 07.20.99
    Economists From The Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Paul Krugman And Lester Thurow, Talk About America'S Role In The World Economy. Both Provide Their Insights Into On Asian Economic Crisis And Policies Of The Federal Reserve. Later, Rick Sebak, A Producer For Public Television In Pittsburgh, Introduces His Show Great Old Amusement Parks With A Tour Of Some Of America'S Most Famous Theme Parks.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 19, 1999)
    Episode 07.19.99
    Three Days After The Crash Of John F. Kennedy Jr.'S Plane Off The Coast Of Martha'S Vineyard, A Conversation About His Life And His Family'S Legacy With Jack Newfield, Author Of Robert Kennedy: A Memoir, Richard Reeves, Author Of President Kennedy: Profile Of Power, And Journalist Abigail Pogrebin Of Brill'S Content. Later, An Interview With Actor Peter Coyote. Coyote, A Former Member Of The Diggers Theatre Troupe, Discusses His Life In The 1960S And His Book Sleeping Where I Fall.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 16, 1999)
    Episode 07.16.99
    A Look At Filmmaker Stanley Kubrick'S Final Movie, Eyes Wide Shut. Film Critics Janet Maslin Of The New York Times, David Denby Of The New Yorker, And Richard Corliss Of Time Examine The Performances Of Actors Tom Cruise And Nicole Kidman And Relate This Film To Kubrick'S Previous Works. Then, Author And Professor At Rutgers University, Dr. Lionel Tiger, Speaks About The Changing Roles Of Men And Women As Discussed In His Book, The Decline Of Males.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 15, 1999)
    Episode 07.15.99
    First, A Discussion Of Abc News Nightline'S Move To Prime Time Television With Ted Koppel, Anchor Of The Show, Executive Producer Tom Bettag, And Reporter Robert Krulwich. They Preview The Program'S Eight-Part Series, Nightline In Prime Time: Brave New World. Then, A Dialogue With Cartoonist Aaron Mcgruder On His Comic Strip, The Boondocks, Which Has Recently Made Its National Debut. Finally, The Playwright Horton Foote Talks About Some Of His Most Memorable Projects And Newly Published Book, Farewell: A Memoir Of A Texas Childhood.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 14, 1999)
    Episode 07.14.99
    A Conversation About The Ongoing Student Protests In Iran And President Mohammad Khatami'S Leadership With Robin Wright Of The Los Angeles Times, Shaul Bakhash Of George Mason University, And Fouad Ajami Of U.S. News & World Report. The, An Interview With The Secretary Of Housing And Urban Development, Andrew Cuomo, On The Clinton Administration'S Efforts To Reduce Poverty. Last, Film Producer Lord David Puttnam Speaks About His New Movie, My Life So Far. Puttnam Also Discusses The Importance Of Education And Why This Film Is To Be His Last.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 13, 1999)
    Episode 07.13.99
    First, An Interview With Country Music Star Willie Nelson. He Introduces His New Instrumental Album, Night And Day, Discusses The Tragedy Of The Loss Of His Child, And Looks Back At His 1996 Performance At Farm Aid With The Beach Boys. Also, Singer/Songwriter Lyle Lovett Shares His New Recording Live In Texas, An Homage To His Home State. Later, He Reflects On The Evolution Of His Musical Career And His Acting Roles In Four Robert Altman Films.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 12, 1999)
    Episode 07.12.99
    First, An Interview With The Deputy Secretary Of State, Strobe Talbott, On The Conflict In Kosovo, Slobodan Milosevic, And American Relations With Russia. Also, Grant Wahl Of Sports Illustrated Talks About The Victory Of The American Team In The Fifa Women'S World Cup. Finally, Charlie Speaks With Daljit Dhaliwal, Anchor For The Bbc'S World News For Public Television. She Speaks About The Origins Of Her Interest In Journalism And Offers Her Predictions Of The Future Of International News.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 9, 1999)
    Episode 07.09.99
    In An Interview That Originally Aired May 4, 1999, British Playwright And Sometime Actor David Hare Talks About The Challenges Of Having Four Plays Produced On Broadway Within One Year, His Inspirations As A Writer, The Continuing Effects Of World War Two On European Politics, And The State Of World Relations.||Then, British Actress Judi Dench Discusses Her Award Winning Career In An Interview That Originally Aired June 11, 1999.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 8, 1999)
    Episode 07.08.99
    First, In An Interview That Originally Aired February 25, 1999, Playwright Arthur Miller Discusses His Long Career In Writing.||Then, In An Interview That Originally Aired February 25, 1999, Actor Brian Dennehy Discusses His Stage And Film Career.||Finally, In An Interview That Originally Aired May 19, 1999, Actor Kevin Spacey Discusses His Career On The Silver Screen.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with acclaimed singer and actress Bette Midler about her extensive career in film, television, recording and concert work, her CD
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with Italian actress Sophia Loren about her book
  • John McEnroe - 1999
    Episode 0705
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with tennis player John McEnroe about his legendary tennis career, the state of the game, and his work in television (from February 4, 1999).
  • Charlie Rose (July 2, 1999)
    Episode 07.02.99
    Director Spike Lee Discusses His New Movie, Summer Of Sam. The Film Depicts A Community Of New Yorkers Terrorized By Serial Killer David Berkowitz'S 1977 Crime Spree. Also, Actors John Leguizamo And Mira Sorvino Talk About Their Performances In The Film And Collaboration With Lee. Then, A Columnist For The New York Post, Steve Dunleavy, Shares His Criticism Of Summer Of Sam Regarding Its Portrayal Of The Italian-American Community.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 1, 1999)
    Episode 07.01.99
    The Problem Of Kosovo Remains Unresolved Among The Issues Facing The Clinton Adminstration. Recently, A Decision To Disarm The Kosovo Liberation Army And Create A Local Police Force Was Reached. Charlie Talks With Assistant Secretary Of State James Rubin
  • Charlie Rose (June 30, 1999)
    Episode 06.30.99
    First, Charlie Speaks With The Secretary Of Defense, William Cohen. He Speaks About The Movement Towards Peace In The Kosovo Conflict, The Bombing Of The Chinese Embassy, And The Technological Superiority Of The American Military As Compared With European Forces. Also, An Interview With Cbs News Correspondent David Martin. Martin Provides His Insight Into The Resolution Of The War In Kosovo And Nato'S Role In The Peace Process.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 29, 1999)
    Episode 06.29.99
    First, A Conversation With The President Of Egypt, Hosni Mubarak. He Speaks About The Developments In The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Saddam Hussein'S Regime In Iraq, And Relations Between His Nation And The United States. Next, A Conversation With Author Stephen Ambrose On His Book, Comrades. He Introduces The Collection Of Essays On The Nature Of Male Friendship By Sharing His Experiences With His Father, Brother, And Friends. Finally, Musician Ben Folds Speaks About His Band, Ben Folds Five, On The Release Of Their Fourth Album, The Unauthorized Biography Of Reinhold Messner.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 28, 1999)
    Episode 06.28.99
    An Interview With Dan Rather Of Cbs News About His New Book Of Essays On His Fifty Years Of Reporting, Deadlines & Datelines. Rather Reflects On His Work Covering Major News Stories Including The Assassination Of President Kennedy, The Resignation Of Richard Nixon, And The Civil Rights Movement. Later, The Director Of The Corcoran Gallery Of Art In Washington D.C., David C. Levy, Speaks With Frank O. Gehry, The Architect Chosen To Design The Building'S Expansion.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 25, 1999)
    Episode 06.25.99
    Edward Barnes Of Time And Tony Judt Of New York University Weigh In On The Conflict In Kosovo. They Look Back At How The United States Originally Became Involved In The War-Torn Region And Discuss The Prospects For The Disarmament Of The Kosovo Liberation Army. Also, A Conversation With British Author And Documentary Filmmaker Sir David Attenborough. Attenborough Introduces His New Project, A Television Series And Companion Book Titled The Life Of Birds.moreless
  • David Duval
    Episode 06.24.99
    A conversation with golfer David Duval about his victory at the Bob Hope Chrysler Classic, his development as a player, and his competition with Tiger Woods. Later, Duval looks ahead to the U.S. Open and explores his father's influence in his life.
  • Charlie Rose (June 23, 1999)
    Episode 06.23.99
    First, A Dialogue With The Foreign Minister Of Egypt, Amre Moussa. Rose And Moussa Discuss The Political Climate In The Middle East And American Financial Investment In Egypt. Also, The Director Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Philippe De Montebello, Speaks About The Museum'S New Exhibition, The Collection Of Dr. Gachet: Cezanne To Van Gogh. Dr. Gachet, De Montebello Explains, Was A Homeopathic Doctor Who Treated The Artists And Collected Their Work.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 22, 1999)
    Episode 06.22.99
    First, Bill Walton Of Nbc Sports Speaks About This Season'S Nba Finals, Between The New York Knicks And The San Antonio Spurs. Then, Adam Nagourney And Dudley Clendinen Of The New York Times Discuss Their Book Out For Good: The Struggle To Build A Gay Rights Movement. Finally, Co-Owners Of The Four Seasons Restaurant, Julian Niccolini And Alex Von Bitter, Talk About Their Eatery And Its Future.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 21, 1999)
    Episode 06.21.99
    Ronald Brownstein, Washington Correspondent For The Los Angeles Times, Looks Ahead To The 2000 Presidential Elections. Brownstein Discusses The Announcements Of The Candidacies Of George W. Bush And Vice President Al Gore. Also, Iraqi Architect Zaha Hadid Shares Her Design Of The Contemporary Art Center In Cincinnati And Previews Her Upcoming Projects. Last, An Interview With Germaine Greer. The Feminist Academic Speaks About Her Book The Whole Woman And Her Vision For Complete Female Liberation.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 18, 1999)
    Episode 06.18.99
    First, A Conversation About A New Three-Act Play, Bash. Charlie Speaks With Playwright Neil Labute And Actors Calista Flockhart, Ron Eldard, And Paul Rudd. Then, An Interview With World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov On The Conflict In Kosovo, Russian Politics, And Chess. Finally, The Former Secretary-General Of The United Nations, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Speaks Of The Importance Of Maintaining Good Relations Between Eastern And Western Nations In The Post-Cold War World.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 17, 1999)
    Episode 06.17.99
    A Dialogue With Bob Woodward Of The Washington Post, Who With Carl Bernstein First Broke The Story Of The Watergate Scandal. He Discusses His New Book, Shadow: Five Presidents And The Legacy Of Watergate. Also, Nbc Sports Reporter Peter Vecsey Talks About The Nba Finals Following The First Game Of The Series, Between The New York Knicks And The San Antonio Spurs.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 16, 1999)
    Episode 06.16.99
    Les Gelb, President Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Discusses The Conflict In Kosovo. He Provides Analysis Of Nato'S Work To Negotiate Peace In The Region And President Clinton'S Upcoming Meeting With Boris Yeltsin. Next, A Conversation About The Internet'S Impact On The Economy With Jim Clark, The Founder Of Silicon Graphics And Netscape. Clark Is Also The Author Of The Book Netscape Time. Also, Dr. Isadore Rosenfeld Speaks About Different Ways To Slow Down The Aging Process As Described In Her Book, Live Now, Age Later.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 15, 1999)
    Episode 06.15.99
    First, Actors John Travolta, Madeleine Stowe, And Timothy Hutton Talk About Their Performances In The Movie The General'S Daughter. The Film, Based On The Eponymous Novel By Nelson Demille, Examines The Murder Of A Female Soldier Its The Subsequent Cover-Up. Then, Director John Sayles Speaks About His New Movie, Limbo, With Actor David Strathairn. They Discuss The Film'S Portrayal Of A Broken Family In Alaska And Both Look Ahead To Future Projects.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 14, 1999)
    Episode 06.14.99
    F.W. De Klerk Is A Nobel Laureate And The Former President Of South Africa. He Talks With Charlie About The End Of Apartheid In South Africa, Nelson Mandela'S Presidency, The Recent Election Of Thabo Mbeki And His New Book Which Deals With The Changes In South Africa, The Last Trek. Then, 60 Minutes Correspondent Ed Bradley Talks About A Special Report On 60 Minutes Ii, Unsafe Haven. The Special Followed The Year-Long Investigation Into Questionable Practices In Certain Psychiatric Hospitals And Has Lead To Major Repercussions In Several Hospitals Since It First Aired In April Of 1999.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 11, 1999)
    Episode 06.11.99
    First, Charlie Talks To James Hoge, Editor Of Foreign Affairs Magazine And James Steinberg, The Deputy National Security Adviser To President Clinton In The White House, About The Next Step For Peace In Kosovo. There Is An Uneasy Peace In Yugoslavia Today, Following 79 Days Of Bombing, As Serbian Troops Begin Pulling Out Of The Region, And Nato Forces Prepare To Move In Tomorrow. Topics Of Conversation Include Returning The Kosovar Refugees, Demilitarizing The Kosovo Liberation Army And Bringing Milosevic To Justice. Then, An Interview With Dame Judi Dench. She Talks About Her Latest Film, Tea With Mussolini, And Her Return To Broadway, Following A 40-Year Absence, In David Hare'S Amy'S View.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 10, 1999)
    Episode 06.10.99
    First, William F. Buckley, Founder Of The National Review, Talks About His New Book, The Redhunter. It Is A Novel That Centers Around Senator Joe Mccarthy And His Effort To Hunt Down Communists In America Following The Second World War. Then, The Winner Of The Indy 500, Kenny Brack, Is On To Talk About His Victory. He Discusses His Maturation As A Racer, The Differences Between Nascar And The Indy 500 And His Future In Indy Racing. Finally, Political Philosopher Francis Fukuyama Has Written A New Book About The Changes That The Information Age Brings To Social Order. It Is Called The Great Disruption: Human Nature And The Reconstitution Of Social Order.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 9, 1999)
    Episode 06.09.99
    First, A Consideration Of America'S Role In The Kosovo Affair With Jerry Seib Of The Wall Street Journal And Fareed Zakaria Of Newsweek Magazine And Foreign Affairs Magazine. Topics Of Discussion Include American Dominance And Unilateralism And The Possibility Of A United Nations Settlement In Kosovo. Then, Charlie Talks With French Actress Juliette Binoche About Her Role In The New Film, The Lovers On The Bridge. The Film Was Made Almost Eleven Years Ago And Tells The Story Of Two Struggling Artists Who Meet, Live And Fall In Love On The Oldest Bridge In Paris. Finally, Author Martin Cruz Smith Is On To Talk About His Latest Book, Havana Bay. It Is A Continuation Of His Arkady Renko Mystery Series Which Began In 1981 With The Hit Novel, Gorky Park.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 8, 1999)
    Episode 06.08.99
    First, Mike Meyers Is On To Talk About The Sequel To His Hit Film Austin Powers: International Man Of Mystery. The Next Installment In The Psychedelic Series Is Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, And Also Stars Heather Graham, Michael York, Seth Green And Elizabeth Hurley. Then, A Conversation With Thomas Middelhoff Who Is The Head Of Bertelsmann, One Of The Three Largest Media Companies In The World. Middelhoff Talks About The Future Of His Business And The Impact The Internet Is Having And Will Continue To Have On The International Business World. Finally, Sociologist Sara Lawrence-Lightfoot Of Harvard University Is On To Talk About Her Latest Book, Respect. She Considers The Impact Of Human Respect As An Essential Quality In Personal, Public, Intimate, Educational And Professional Relationships.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 7, 1999)
    Episode 06.07.99
    First, Nobel-Peace-Prize-Recipient Elie Wiesel Is On To Discuss His Recent Visit To Albania And Macedonia, Where He Talked To Kosovo Refugees. As A Survivor Of The Holocaust, Wiesel Shares A Unique Empathy With Many Of The Refugees And He Was Asked By President Clinton Personally To Make This Tour Of Refugee Camps. He Talks To Charlie About His Experience There And The Dangers Of Indifference In A World That Is Increasingly Threatened By Fanaticism. Also, The Final Installment In Our Series Of Conversations From The Conference In San Francisco On The New Economy. Tonight, Lawrence Ellison, Founder And Ceo Of Oracle Corporation, Talks About The Future Of Oracle, Which Is Currently The Second-Largest Software Company In The World.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 4, 1999)
    Episode 06.04.99
    First, Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski Talks With Charlie About The Aftermath Of The Settlement In Kosovo. He Speaks Particularly About The International Perception Of America'S Involvement In Kosovo Which Brzezinski Believes Is Focused On The Us'S Morally Bereft Vlaues. Next, A Conversation With Mike Watchmaker Of The Daily Racing Form. The Topic Of The Hour Is Charismatic, Who May Become The First Horse To Win The Triple Crown Since 1978. Then, New York Magazine Critic John Simon Gives A Run Down Of The Year In Theater And Offers His Top Picks For This Sunday'S Tony Awards. He Also Take A Look At The Renewed Popularity Of Serious Drama On Broadway. Finally, Former Poet Laureate Rita Dove Is On To Talk About Her New Collection Of Poems, On The Bus With Rosa Parks.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 3, 1999)
    Episode 06.03.99
    First, Author Annie Proulx Talks About Her Latest Book, Close Range, A Collection Of Short Stories In Which Proulx Uses The Backdrop Of Wyoming As A Lens Through Which She Explores The Brutal World Of Rodeo Riders, Ranchers And Farmers. The Book Is Already Receiving Rave Reviews, And The Leading Story In The Collection Has Been Selected By John Updike As One Of The Best American Short Stories Of The Century. Then, Peter Matthiessen Talks To Charlie About The Conclusion Of A Twenty-Year Writing Project. The Final Installation In The Three Part Story Of E.J. Watson Is Called Bone By Bone. Finally, David Guterson'S First Book, Snow Falling On Cedars, Was A Resounding Success When It Was Published In 1995, Selling More Than Two Million Copies And Winning The Prestigious Pen-Faulkner Award. His Highly Anticipated New Book Is Called East Of The Mountains.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 2, 1999)
    Episode 06.02.99
    First, A Conversation With San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown. Brown Is One Of The Most Charismatic And Controversial Figures In Politics Today And He Was Named One Of The 25 Most Dynamic Mayors In America By Newsweek Magazine In 1996. As He Nears The End Of His First Term, He Looks Back On The Achievements Of His Tenure, Including The City'S Thriving Economy, And Reflects On Challenges That Continue To Face San Francisco Including The Homeless And Mass Transportation. Then, David Ross, The Director Of The San Francisco Museum Of Modern Art, Discusses His Effort To Strengthen The Museum'S Permanent Collection As Well As Its International Reputation. This Year Alone, Nearly $100 Million Worth Of Art Has Either Been Pledged Or Given To The Institution By Trustees And Supporters. Finally, Phil Bronstein Has Been The Executive Editor Of The San Francisco Examiner Since 1991. Tonight, He Talks To Charlie About His Role As Executive Editor And His City.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 1, 1999)
    Episode 06.01.99
    First, Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman is on to talk about the domestic and international economy. Friedman served as economic adviser to Barry Goldwater and Presidents Nixon and Reagan and is now professor emeritus of economics at the Hoover Institution in Stanford University. Then, former Clinton administration adviser Laura Tyson and Stanford University professor of economics Paul Romer discuss the state of the US economy. They explore different reasons the economy's fast-paced growth including temporary restructuring of corporations, the IPO phenomenon, and the diffusion of information technology.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 31, 1999)
    Episode 05.31.99
    Silicon Valley Venture Capitalist John Doerr Discusses The Power Of The Internet And Its Potential Impact On The Social And Economic Future Of America. Then, A Discussion With Netscape President And Ceo Jim Barksdale About Netscape, Bill Gates, Java, And The Impact Of Network Economics. Finally, Joel Klein, Asst. Attorney General Of The Department Of Justice'S Anti-Trust Division, Addresses The Issue Of Monopolies As It Relates To Internet Businesses, Specifically Microsoft.moreless
  • Tom Friedman
    Episode 05.28.99
    Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Tom Friedman, author of the new book
  • An hour conversation with John Chambers, President and CEO of Cisco Systems, and Andrew Grove, chairman of Intel, about the future of computer technology and the ongoing competition among computer innovators. They also discuss the issue of monopolies among computer innovators and the economic impact of new technology.
  • Charlie Rose (May 26, 1999)
    Episode 05.26.99
    Amazon.Com Ceo Jeff Bezos And Yahoo! Co-Founder Jerry Yang Discuss Internet Entrepreneurship, The Business Strategies Specific To E-Commerce, And The Evolving Demands Of Online Customer Service. Then, Clayton Christensen Discusses His Book, The Innovator'S Dilemma, And The Ways In Which Companies Adapt To Technological Advances, Including The Role Of Management.
  • Charlie Rose (May 25, 1999)
    Episode 05.25.99
    First, 3Com Founder Robert Metcalfe Discusses Cable Modems, Dsl, And His Predictions For The Future Of The Internet. Finally, Sun Microsystems Ceo Scott Mcnealy Talks About The State Of The Internet And The Possibilities For Its Development And Use.
  • Charlie Rose (May 24, 1999)
    Episode 05.24.99
    Paul Saffo, William Hearst Iii, Esther Dyson, And Bill Joy Talk About The Silicon Valley, The Growth Of The Internet, And The Reasons The Two Go Hand-In-Hand, In A Discussion Ranging From Management Strategies To The Concentration Of Creativity In The San Francisco Area. Then, California State Superintendent Delaine Easton Discusses The Ways In Which Technology Is Changing How We Educate America'S Youth, And Her Desire To Treat Public Education More Like Internet Businesses.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 21, 1999)
    Episode 05.21.99
    Excerpts Of Past Interviews With Newly-Elected Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak, Covering Topics Ranging From His Relationship With The Late Yitzhak Rabin To His Strategies For Security And Israeli-Palestinian Relations. Then, A Conversation With Gourmet Magazine Editor-In-Chief Ruth Reichl About Her Decision To Step Down As Restaurant Critic For The New York Times, And Her Thoughts About The Evolution Of Restaurant Dining. Finally, 3Com Ceo Eric Benhamou Discusses The Development Of The Palm Pilot And The Future Of Pda Technology.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 20, 1999)
    Episode 05.20.99
    Excite Ceo George Bell Discusses New Media, Pcs And The Possibilities Of Internet Technology. Then, Playwright Martin Mcdonagh Talks About His New Broadway Play, Lonesome West, His Inspirations As An Artist, And How His Irish Background Figures Into His Writing. Finally, The Daily Show Host Jon Stewart Discusses His Efforts To Use The Late-Night Television Format To Highlight Political Issues And Influence Cultural Dialogue.moreless
  • Novelist Kurt Andersen
    Novelist Kurt Andersen
    Episode 05.19.99
    A conversation with author Kurt Andersen about his book
  • Actor Kevin Spacey
    Episode 05.19.99
    A conversation with actor Kevin Spacey about his performance in the Broadway production of Eugene O'Neill's
  • Charlie Rose (May 18, 1999)
    Episode 05.18.99
    Lally Weymouth And Fouad Ajami Analyze Israeli Prime Minister-Elect Ehud Barak'S Surprising Landslide Defeat Of Incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu, The Political Forces That Conspired To Cause This Event, And The Future Of The Middle Eastern Diplomatic Efforts. Then, Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Playwright Margaret Edson And Star Kathleen Chalfant Discuss The Play Wit, Its Creation, And Its Critically Heralded Run At The Union Square Theatre.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 17, 1999)
    Episode 05.17.99
    Michael Korda Discusses His Position As Editor-In-Chief Of Simon & Schuster And His New Book, Another Life, Including His Background In Publishing And Anecdotes From His Career. Then, Hugo Young Talks About His New Book, The Blessed Plot, Which Deals With Britain'S Relationship With Europe Since The End Of World War Two, And The Effectiveness And Strategies Of Several Different British Prime Ministers. Finally, A Remembrance Of Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Editor Meg Greenfield, Using Excerpts From Past Interviews On Topics Ranging From The State Of Editorial Journalism To National And International Politics.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 14, 1999)
    Episode 05.14.99
    Senator Richard Shelby, Chairman Of The Senate Intelligence Committee, Discusses Potential Weapons Development Programs In China, Terrorist Bombings In Kenya, Sudan, And Kosovo, And How The United States' Foreign Policy Can Best Adapt To The Changing Political World. Next, House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt Talks About His New Book, An Even Better Place: America In The 21St Century, As Well As The State Of America'S Foreign Relations And How They Are Impacted By Domestic Politics. Finally, The New Republic Editor Martin Peretz Discusses Both The American Political Landscape And U.S.-Israeli Relations.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 13, 1999)
    Episode 05.13.99
    Journalists Marek Halter And Mort Zuckerman Discuss The Firing Of Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primekov And Its Impact On The Future Of Russian Politics. Then, Thomas Friedman Discusses The Resignation Of Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin And His Accomplishments With Respect To A Changing Global Economy. Next, Charles Osgood Talks About The Current State Of Affairs In Cuba And The Surprising Reverence He Discovered There For The Work Of Ernest Hemingway. Finally, John Bartlett Discusses What It Means To Be A Distinctly American Fashion Designer.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 12, 1999)
    Episode 05.12.99
    Stephen Cohen Discusses The Long-Term Implications Of The Firing Of Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primekov. Then, Brendan Fraser Talks About His New Film, The Mummy, And Balancing Commercial Success With His Artistic Pursuits. Finally, Michael Roth, Peter Gay, Louise Kaplan & Dr. Adolf Grunbaum Discuss The Ideas And Philosophies Of Sigmund Freud And Their Relevance To Contemporary Psychiatry.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 11, 1999)
    Episode 05.11.99
    Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger Talks About The United States' Diplomatic Efforts In China And How Recent Events Impact The Future Of The Relationship. Then, Tom Clancy And General Chuck Horner, Co-Authors Of The New Book Every Man A Tiger, Discuss Air Force Generals, U.S. Military Power, And Military Conflicts From The Last Several Decades. Finally, Kevin Kline Talks About His New Movie, William Shakespeare'S A Midsummer Night'S Dream, And How It Is Distinct From Other Versions Of The Story.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 10, 1999)
    Episode 05.10.99
    Les Gelb Discusses The U.S.-China Relationship In The Wake Of The Nato Bombing Of The Chinese Embassy In Yugoslavia, And The Long-Term Implications In Taiwan And Tibet. Then, Winston Lord Talks About The Aftereffects Of The Accidental Bombing, And Whether The United States' Diplomatic Efforts With China Can Be Successful. Next, Dilbert Creator Scott Adams Discusses Cartoons As A Form Of Media, The Origins Of Dilbert, And Its Relevance. Finally, Part Two Of A Conversation With Nba Star Bill Russell About His Acclaimed Career, Relationship With The Media, And Aversion To Autographs.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 7, 1999)
    Episode 05.07.99
    Jim Hoagland Talks About The Ongoing Diplomatic Process In Kosovo, Including Efforts By The United States, Russia, Nato And The United Nations. Then, New York Knicks General Manager Dave Checketts Talks About The Talent And Chemistry Of His Team And The Upcoming Nba Playoffs. Next, Part One Of An Interview With Nba Superstar Bill Russell, In Which The Five-Time Mvp Discusses His Career And Aversion To Awards. Finally, A Remembrance Of Designer Tibor Kalman In A Series Of Past Interviews Covering Topics Ranging From Art And Design To Hmo'S, Tax Cuts, Celebrities, And Aids.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 6, 1999)
    Episode 05.06.99
    Physicist Freeman J. Dyson, Author Of The New Book The Sun, The Genome, And The Internet, Discusses His Work As A Scientist And Researcher, And Touches On His Perspectives On United States Foreign Policy, The Science Of Fertility, Nuclear Technology, And The Internet. Then, Renowned High-Wire Artist Philippe Petit Talks About His Training, Professional History, And Some Of His High-Profile Stunts.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 5, 1999)
    Episode 05.05.99
    Alfred Hitchcock'S Daughter Pat Hitchcock O'Connell, Filmmaker Peter Bogdanovich And Moma Film And Video Curator Laurence Kardish Discuss The Life, Technique And Work Of Alfred Hitchcock In Conjunction With A Moma Retrospective Of His Films. Then, Pulitzer Prize Winner Natalie Angier Talks About Her New Book, Woman: An Intimate Geography, And Addresses Issues Of Female Sexuality, Fertility, Beauty, And The Evolution Of Feminism.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 4, 1999)
    Episode 05.04.99
    British Playwright And Sometime Actor David Hare Talks About The Challenges Of Having Four Plays Produced On Broadway Within One Year, His Inspirations As A Writer, The Continuing Effects Of World War Two On European Politics, And The State Of World Relations. Then, Mark Whitaker Discusses His New Post As Editor-In-Chief Of Newsweek, Touching On His Goals For The Magazine'S Future And The Competitive Nature Of Magazine Journalism.moreless
  • Actor Dustin Hoffman
    Episode 05.03.99
    An hour conversation with Academy Award winning actor Dustin Hoffman about his evolution in the movie business, his influences as an artist, the ripple effect of the school shootings in Littleton, Colorado, and his production of the film
  • 4/30/99
    Israeli Minister Of Defense Moshe Arens Talks About The Upcoming Israeli Election, The Politics Of The Middle East, And The Ongoing Roles Of Israel, Palestine, Government Officials, And The United States In The Peace Process. Then, Playwright-Director Patrick Marber And Star Natasha Richardson Discuss The New Broadway Play Closer, The Complexities Of Sexual Relationships, And The Unique Allure Of The Live Theatre.moreless
  • 4/29/99
    An hour conversation with former Clinton advisor George Stephanopoulos about his #1 bestseller
  • 4/28/99
    Journalist Christopher Hitchens, Author Of The New Book No One Left To Lie To, Offers His Opinions On The Clinton Presidency, His Criticisms Of Clinton'S Political Compromises And Personal Scandals, And His Thoughts On The Effectiveness Of The Clinton Presidency. Then, American Filmmaker Tony Bui Talks About His Acclaimed New First Movie, Three Seasons, Contemporary Vietnam, Commercialism, And Working With Harvey Keitel.moreless
  • 4/27/99
    Writer-Director David Mamet And Actress Rebecca Pidgeon Discuss Their New Film The Winslow Boy, Pidgeon'S New Cd Of Scottish Folk Songs, And Mamet'S Long And Distinguished Career As One Of The Most Celebrated Living American Playwrights. Then, Christopher Buckley Talks About His New Novel, Little Green Men, Which Satirizes American Politics, As Well As His Opinions Of The Clinton Presidency And The Nuances Of Journalism In The U.S. Finally, Patrick Mccarthy Discusses His Magazines, W And Women'S Wear Daily, And Offers His Perspectives On The Cultures Of High Fashion And Celebrity.moreless
  • Intel Chairman Andrew Grove
    Episode 04.26.99
    An hour conversation with Intel chairman Andrew Grove about his career transitions, Internet and technological advances and government interventions in Silicon Valley and elsewhere. He also discusses federal spending priorities with respect to health care and American foreign policy.
  • 4/23/99
    Ivo Daalder And Laura Silber Discuss The Nato Summit And Their Possible Impact On The War In Serbia And Kosovo, As Well As The Nuances Of The Crisis With Respect To Individual Nato Member Countries. Then, Joseph Gagliano Talks About The Changing Demands On American High School Principals, Including Educational Policy And Brand-New Challenges In School Safety And Security. Next, National Endowment For The Arts Chairman Bill Ivey Offers His Opinions On His New Job And The State Of Arts Funding In America. Finally, Biologist David Baltimore Talks About The Importance Of An Aids Vaccine, Budget Difficulties, And The Legal Vindication Of His Nobel Prize-Winning Work.moreless
  • 4/22/99
    Congresswoman Carolyn Mccarthy, An Aggressive Advocate Of Anti-Violence Legislation, Talks About The Tragic Events At Columbine High School, The Warning Signs Of Dangerous Behavior, And The Education And Political Reform That Could Make Schools Safer. Then, Deputy Secretary Of State Strobe Talbott Summarizes The State Of Affairs In Kosovo, Including Whether Air Power Is Sufficient To Contain Milosevic And The Impact Of The Nato Summit. Finally, Candice Carpenter And Nancy Evans Discuss Their Internet Business, Ivillage, Focusing On The Management And Administrative Strategies Of This Female-Specific Computer Community.moreless
  • 4/21/99
    Sissela Bok And Jeffrey Fagan Address The Culture Of Youth Violence In America, The Shootings At Columbine, And The Societal Factors Which May Influence Young People To Engage In Violent Behavior. Next, Russian U.N. Ambassador Sergy Lavrov Analyzes The Conflict In Kosovo, Focusing On The Roles Of Nato, Russia, And The United States. Then, British U.N. Ambassador Sir Jeremy Greenstock Gives His Perspective On The Cooperation Of Russia And Nato In The Kosovo Conflict, As Well As The Continuing Use Of Force And The Politics Of Milosevic And Serbia. Finally, A Remembrance Of Harper'S Bazaar Editor Elizabeth Tilberis Following Her Death From Ovarian Cancer, And A Rebroadcast Of Several Interviews In Which She Discusses Her Journalism Career And The Culture Of Fashion And Celebrity.moreless
  • 4/20/99
    Actor Laurence Fishburne Discusses His Latest Movie, The Matrix, And His Starring Role In The Broadway Revival Of The Lion In Winter. Fishburne Talks About His Craft And Influences As An Actor, And The Complex Sci-Fi World Of The Matrix. Then, Boston Symphony Conductor Seiji Ozawa Offers His Perspectives On Orchestral Music, His Career, And His Life As An Asian Musical Director In A Multiethnic Symphony Culture.moreless
  • 4/19/99
    Masterpiece Theater Host Russell Baker Discusses His Decision To Give Up His New York Times Column, What He Likes About His Hosting Job At Masterpiece Theater, And His Long Career And Varied Experiences As A Journalist. Then, Tom Petty Talks About His Band'S Latest Cd, Echo, The Enduring Phenomenon Of Rock And Roll, And Writing And Performing Music. Finally, John Feinstein, Author Of The New Book The Majors, Makes The Case That Professional Golfers Must Win Certain Tournaments In Order To Be Considered Among The Greats.moreless
  • 4/16/99
    New York Yankees Announcer Tim Mccarver Talks About His New Book, The Perfect Season: Why 1998 Was Baseball'S Greatest Year, The Culture Of The Yankees And His Decision To Leave The Mets To Become A Yankee Announcer, And His Thoughts On Various Players. Then, Part Two Of An Interview With The Ground Beneath Her Feet Author Salman Rushdie, Who Discusses His Ten Years In Exile And His Writing Career. Finally, Phoenix Suns And Arizona Diamondbacks Owner Jerry Colangelo Talks About His New Book, How You Play The Game, His Thoughts About Basketball And Baseball In Phoenix, And His Career As A Player And Owner.moreless
  • Columnist Thomas Friedman
    Episode 04.15.99
    An hour conversation with Thomas Friedman about his book
  • 4/14/99
    Former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell Discusses His New Book, Making Peace, His Experiences Brokering Peace In Northern Ireland, The Situation In Kosovo, And What Needs To Happens Between Milosevic, Nato, And The Numerous Other Forces Before Peace Is Achieved. Then, Former Yugoslavian Ambassador Warren Zimmerman Talks About The Kosovo Conflict, The Difficult Issues Separating The Serbians And The Albanians, And The Efforts Of The Rest Of The World To Contain The Violence.moreless
  • 4/13/99
    World Bank President James Wolfensohn Addresses Russian Politics, Global Finance, And Regulating The Resources Controlled By The World Bank, As Well As Addressing The Current Situation In Kosovo And The Financial Issues Of The Developing World. Then, In Part One Of An Interview With Salman Rushdie, The Author Talks About His New Book, The Ground Beneath Her Feet, Globalization, And His Inspirations And Process As A Writer.moreless
  • 4/12/99
    An hour conversation with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about his third memoir
  • Charlie Rose (April 9, 1999)
    Episode 04.09.99
    Pilots Bertrand Piccard And Brian Jones Talk About Completing The First Nonstop Around-The-World Flight In A Hot-Air Balloon, Touching On Engineering, Piloting, Course Plotting, And The Danger Involved In This Kind Of Mission. Next, Wynton Marsalis And Kurt Masur Discuss The Landmark Collaboration Between The Marsalis' Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra And Masur'S New York Philharmonic In Honor Of Duke Ellington'S 100Th Birthday. Finally, Geraldine Laybourne Talks About Her New Web-Tv Collaboration, Oxygen Media, The Unique Challenges Of Programming For Women, And Working With Oprah Winfrey.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 8, 1999)
    Episode 04.08.99
    Michael Milken Talks About The Importance Of Cancer Research, His Own Past Diagnosis With Prostate Cancer, And The Importance Of Convincing Corporate America And The United States Government To More Fully Fund Cancer-Related Programs. Then, Newsweek'S Michael Isikoff Discusses His New Book, Uncovering Clinton: A Reporter'S Story, Which Deals With The Paula Jones Scandal, Its Origins And Aftereffects.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 7, 1999)
    Episode 04.07.99
    Thomas Friedman Talks About The Nato Air Strikes In Kosovo, The Politics Of War, And The Possibilities For Kosovo Albanians. Next, Cassandra Wilson Discusses Her New Cd, Traveling Miles, Her Musical Influences, And The Importance Of Miles Davis To The World Of Jazz. Then, 14-Year-Old Maurice Ashley Talks About What It Means To Be The First Black Chess Grand Master, His Background Playing The Game, And His Plans For The Future. Finally, Mary Pipher Discusses Her New Book, Another Country, Navigating The Emotional Terrain Of Our Elders, And Offers Her Opinions On The Differing Ways In Which Older People Cope With Their Needs, Crises, And Challenges.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 6, 1999)
    Episode 04.06.99
    U.S. Special Envoy Richard Holbrooke Talks About The Ongoing Negotiations With Slobodan Milosevic, The Nato Bombings In Kosovo, And The Crisis Of The Refugees. Then, Mike Lupica Discusses His New Book, Summer Of '98, The State Of Major League Baseball, And Whether The Sammy Sosa-Mark Mcgwire Home Run Derby Saved The Sport.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 5, 1999)
    Episode 04.05.99
    Arizona Senator John Mccain Talks About The Situation In Kosovo, The Nato Air Strikes, The Efforts To Bring A Peaceful End To The Negotiations With Slobodan Milosevic, And The Possibility Of A Ground War. Then, The New York Times' Former Executive Editor Max Frankel Discusses His New Book, The Times Of My Life And My Life With The Times, His Background And Experience And A Journalist, And Anecdotes From His Career.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 2, 1999)
    Episode 04.02.99
    Amazon.Com Ceo Jeff Bezos And Drugstore.Com Ceo Peter Neupert Offer Their Perspectives On The Future Of E-Commerce, Specifically Branding, Customer Service, Efficiency, Profitability, And Entrepreneurship. Then, Author Mark Bowden Discusses His New Book, Black Hawk Down, Which Tells The Story Of The 1993 Black Hawk Helicopter Crash In Mogadishu, Somalia. He Is Joined By Soldiers Shawn Nelson And Daniel Schilling, Both Of Whom Participated In The Battle, And The Three Talk About The Event And The Heroism Surrounding It.moreless
  • Music Producer Quincy Jones
    Episode 04.01.99
    An hour conversation with 26-time Grammy Award-winner Quincy Jones about his long career as a producer and his compilation album
  • News Anchor Dan Rather
    Episode 03.31.99
    A conversation with CBS Evening News anchor Dan Rather about his interview with President Clinton in which the president addressed issues ranging from the NATO air strikes in Kosovo and the accompanying refugee crisis to his wife's possible U.S. Senate campaign.
  • James Rubin About Kosovo
    James Rubin About Kosovo
    Episode 03.31.99
    A conversation with assistant Secretary of State James Rubin about the NATO air strikes in Kosovo, whether Kosovo refugees support the bombing and the ongoing negotiations with Slobodan Milosevic.
  • 3/30/99
    General Motors Coo Richard Wagoner Talks About The Changing Demands Of The Auto Industry, And How Its Evolution Is Affected By Management, Technology, And Globalization. Then, Writer John Updike Discusses His New Book, The Greatest American Short Stories Of This Century, His Background In Writing, And The Process Of Weeding Through The Great American Writers Of The Past Hundred Years To Put Together This Compilation. Finally, Abc News' Peter Jennings Talks About The Century, A Book Which He Co-Authored And Developed Into A Twelve-Part Miniseries. He Covers Topics Ranging From World War I To Literature And Music.moreless
  • 3/29/99
    Architect William Mcdonough Discusses His Decision To Take A Job As Dean Of The School Of Architecture At The University Of Virginia, And His Push For A Movement Toward Ecologically Sensitive And Responsible Building And Design. Then, Architect Susan Susanka Talks About Her New Book, The Not So Big House, And Her Perspectives On Designing Residential Buildings With Less Sprawl And More Quality Of Life. Finally, Sas Institute Ceo James Goodnight Talks About Industry, Education, And Running A Company Employees Like Working For.moreless
  • 3/26/99
    St. John'S Coach Mike Jarvis And Cbs Analyst Billy Packer Offer Their Insights And Predictions About The Ncaa Basketball Semifinals, And Talk About Some Of The Players And Coaches. Then, David Rieff And Ivo Daalder Discuss The Developments In Yugoslavia, The Nato Plans For Kosovo, And Negotiations With Slobodan Milosevic. Finally, Vanessa And Corin Redgrave Talk About Co-Starring In A Recently Discovered Tennessee Williams Play, Not About Nightingales, And The Development Of Its Broadway Production.moreless
  • 3/25/99
    Former National Security Adviser Zbigniew Brzezinski Discusses The Latest Events In Kosovo, The Nato Strategy, And The Attempts To Enable The Peace Process In Yugoslavia. Then, Former National Security Adviser Brent Scowcroft Discusses The Infrastructure Of Nato, Its Relationship With The United Nations, And Diplomatic Efforts With Slobodan Milosevic. Finally, U.N. Russian Ambassador Sergei Lavrov Talks About The Nuances Of International Relations And The Russian Perspective On The Issues Of Kosovo And Nuclear Capability.moreless
  • 3/24/99
    The Members Of The Band Garbage Talk About Their Music, Their Sound, Their Evolution As A Group, And Their New Album, Version 2.0. Then, Actress Claire Danes Discusses Her New Film The Mod Squad, Her Time Studying At Yale University, Her Movie Career, And Her Future Plans. Finally, Artists Loeb, Cecily Brown And Shahzia Sikander Talk About The New Renaissance Of Painting, Their Individual Works, And The Current Art Market.moreless
  • 3/23/99
    Brian Grazer And Ron Howard Discuss Their Extensive Careers Creating Movies, Their Company, Imagine Entertainment, Their Latest Film, Edtv, And Their Upcoming Slate Of Projects. Then, Edtv Star Jenna Elfman Talks About The Film, Her Television Show Dharma And Greg, Her Perspectives On Hollywood, And The Culture Of Celebrity.
  • An hour panel discussion with Peter Gay of Yale University, Maxine Singer, president of The Carnegie Institute, cognitive scientist Steven Pinker, Dr. Robert C. Gallo of the University of Maryland, science fiction writer Bruce Sterling and Daniel Dennett of Tufts University about the greatest minds and developments of the 20th century on the eve ofmoreless
  • 3/19/99
    In An Interview That Originally Aired October 20, 1998, Roberto Benigni Discusses His Multiple Oscar Nominations For The Movie "Life Is Beautiful", The Development Of The Film, And The Decision To Bring Humor To The Subject Of The Holocaust.||Then, In An Interview That Originally Aired July 20, 1998 And July 21, 1998, Tom Hanks Talks About His Oscar- Nominated Performance In "Saving Private Ryan", His Reverence For The Subject Of World War Two, And The Research And Process Of Creating The Film With Steven Spielberg.||Finally, In An Interview That Originally Aired October 30, 1998, Oscar Nominee Edward Norton Discusses White Supremacy, Violence, Hate, Acting, And "American History X".moreless
  • 3/18/99
    Leah Rabin, Dalia Rabin-Pelossi Noa Ben Artzi-Pelossi Discuss The Late Yitzhak Rabin, His Significance As Israeli Prime Minister, And His Lasting Impact On The Peace Process In The Middle East Following His 1995 Assassination. Then, Norman Podhoretz On His Latest Book, Ex-Friends, 20Th Century Politics And Conservatism, And His Fallings-Out With Some Well-Known Public Figures. Finally, Professor Charles Ogletree, Jr. Talks About The Fred Friendly Seminar On Race Relations, And Touches On Topics Including Interracial Violence, Hate Crimes, Affirmative Action, And First Amendment Rights.moreless
  • In A Interview That Originally Aired March 8, 1999, Sir Ian Mckellen Discusses His Oscar-Nominated Role In "Gods And Monsters", His Perspectives On Acting, And His Career Working With Some Of The Leading Figures In Films And On Stage.||Then, In An Interview That Originally Aired Jnuary 5, 1999, Nick Nolte, Oscar-Nominated For "Affliction", Talks About His World War Two Movie "The Thin Red Line", His Collaboration With Terrence Malick, And The Process Of Filmmaking.moreless
  • 3/16/99
    In An Interview , Celebrated Playwright And Screenwriter Tom Stoppard Discusses His Film "Shakespeare In Love," And Talks About The Theatre, Shakespeare And Russian History And Politics (From December 3, 1998).||Then, In A Conversation With John Madden, The Director Discusses His Fim "Shakespeare In Love," And His Career Choices (From February 24, 1999).moreless
  • 3/15/99
    Legendary Boxing Promoter Don King Talks About The Surprising Result Of A Recent Evander Holyfield-Lennox Lewis Heavyweight Championship Match, The Sport And Commerce Of Boxing, And What It Takes To Be A Champion. Then, James Meigs, Janet Maslin And Jeff Giles Discuss The Upcoming Academy Awards, The Nominees And Potential Winners, And The Marketing Race That Is The Academy Awards.moreless
  • 3/12/99
    First, Nbc Nightly News Anchor Tom Brokaw Discusses His New Book "The Greatest Generation," His Affinity For The Stories And Soldiers Of World War Two, And His Thoughts On The Clinton Impeachment (From December 14, 1998).||Then, Peter Jennings Talks About Co-Authoring "The Century," Including The Challenges Of Historical Writing, And His Career As A Journalist (From November 23, 1998).||Finally, Lesley Stahl Discusses Her Career In Journalism And Her Work On 60 Minutes (From February 10, 1999).moreless
  • 3/11/99
    First, A Conversation With Director And Screenwriter Nora Ephron About Her Film "You'Ve Got Mail", Which Explores An Online Romantic Relationship (From December 7, 1998). Then, A Conversation With Oscar-Winning Actress Kathy Bates About Her Roles In Both The Blockbuster Hit "Titanic" And The Political Satire "Primary Colors" (From March 30, 1998).moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with actress Emily Watson about her stunning performance as cellist Jacqueline Du Pré in
  • A Rebroadcast Of A Discussion With Singer Phil Collins
    A rebroadcast of a discussion with singer/songwriter Phil Collins about his CD
  • Charlie Rose (March 9, 1999)
    Episode 03.09.99
    First, A Panel Discussion About "Fosse" With Choreographer Ann Reinking, Artistic Director Gwen Verdon And Valerie Pettiford. They.Discuss The New Broadway Show And The Unique Style And Talent Of The Late Choreographer Bob Fosse, And His Impact On The Culture Of The Broadway Musical (From October 20, 1998).||Then, An Interview With La Scala Musical Director Riccardo Muti. He Discusses His Career And Technique As A Conductor And His Upcoming Carnegie Hall Appearance With The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.||Finally, An Interview With Roberto Benigni About Finding Humor Among The Horrors Of A Concentration Camp In His Movie "Life Is Beautiful" (From October 20, 1998).moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 8, 1999)
    Episode 03.08.99
    Henry Kissinger, Dr. Rock Positano, Bill Gallo And Roger Angell Discuss The Late Joe Dimaggio, His Unique Style And Significance To Major League Baseball, And His Legacy As A Professional Athlete. Then, A Remembrance Of Stanley Kubrick Through Film Clips. Finally, Sir Ian Mckellen Discusses His Film Gods And Monsters, The Challenges Of Playing James Whale, His Priorities And Training As An Actor, And The Craft Of Filmmaking.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of an hour conversation from Busch Stadium in St. Louis with Bob Costas, NBC Sports announcer, about the end of the incredible baseball season, the home-run record race between Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire and the history of the game.
  • Charlie Rose (March 4, 1999)
    Episode 03.04.99
    First, A Clip Of Last Night'S Barbara Walters Interview With Monica Lewinsky, And A Brief Summary Of The Current Bestsellers In Nonfiction And Fiction. Then, Patricia Cornwell Talks About Her New Book, Southern Cross, And Her System Of Researching And Writing Popular Novels And Character. Next, New York Times Book Review Editor Charles Mcgrath Discusses His New Collection, Books Of The Century, The Complex Process Of Deciding Which Books Get Reviewed, And Why Reviews Don'T Always Determine Which Books Have Lasting Legacies. Then, David Gernet, Maria Campbell And John Ridley Discuss How And Which Books Get Adapted And Turned Into Movies. Finally, Elizabeth Strout Talks About Her Acclaimed First Novel, Amy And Isabelle, The Process Of Getting Published, A And The Relationships Between Mothers And Daughters.moreless
  • 3/3/99
    An hour conversation with singer and actress Bette Midler about her extensive career in film, television, recording and concert work, her CD
  • Charlie Rose (March 2, 1999)
    Episode 03.02.99
    Star Jones, Meredith Vieira And Joy Behar Talk About Cohosting Their Hit Show The View, Working With Barbara Walters, The Monica Lewinsky Scandal, Searching For A New Cohost, And What It Means To Be A Journalist And Female. Then, John Thompson Talks About Stepping Down As Georgetown Basketball Coach, The Importance Of Educating Athletes, And The Challenges Of Coaching In The Ncaa.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 1, 1999)
    Episode 03.01.99
    Yahoo! Founder Jerry Yang Discusses Basketball, Founding A Leading Online Company, Business Models For E-Commerce, Venture Capitalism, Branding, Globalization, And The Future Of The Internet. Then, Brothers And Journalists Patrick Cockburn And Andrew Cockburn Talk About Their Book, Out Of The Ashes, Their Extensive Study Of Saddam Hussein, His Potential To Re-Arm, And U.S. Strategies To Intercede In Various Middle East Scenarios.moreless
  • 2/26/99
    Journalists John Barry, Peter Bergen, And John Miller Discuss Osama Bin Laden, Considered By Many To Be The Most Dangerous Terrorist In The World. The Conversation Includes The 1998 Embassy Bombings, The Taliban, And The Difficulty Of Finding Bin Laden In Afghanistan. Then, Architect Robert A.M. Stern Talks About His Book Buildings And Projects 1993-1998, The Yale School Of Architecture, His Design Influences And Philosophy, And His Opinions On Several Projects.moreless
  • 2/25/99
    Acclaimed playwright Arthur Miller discusses the Broadway revival of his play Death of a Salesman, his process as a writer, the meaning behind this play, and the development of his career. Then, Death of a Salesman star Brian Dennehy joins the playwright to talk about tackling the legendary role of Willy Loman, his thoughts about stage acting and the commercialism of theatre, and his admiration for the play. Finally, MTV VJs Carson Daly, Dave Holmes and Jancee Dunn recap the Grammys as television spectacle and as indicator of the current state of popular music.moreless
  • 2/24/99
    Director John Madden Talks About His Acclaimed New Film Shakespeare In Love, His Desire To Humanize William Shakespeare, His Admiration For Tom Stoppard, And The Process Of Filmmaking. Then, 34-Year-Old Michael Dell Discusses His $18 Billion-Dollar Dell Computer Corporation, The Competitive World Of Computers, And The Future Of The Internet.
  • 2/23/99
    British U.N. Ambassador Jeremy Greenstock Talks About The Possibility Of A Settlement In Kosovo, The Impact Of Nato Troops On Slobodan Milosevic, And The Long-Term Implications For The Balkans. Then, Michael Waldman Talks About Speechwriting For President Clinton, The Challenge Of Writing Policy Speeches For A President Involved In An Impeachment Scandal, And Clinton'S Techniques And Gifts As An Orator. Finally, Paul Robeson, Jr And Ossie Davis Talk About Paul Robeson As An African-American Icon On The Eve Of The Airing Of Pbs' American Masters: Paul Robeson, Here I Stand.moreless
  • 2/22/99
    Mtv Vjs Carson Daly, Dave Holmes And Jancee Dunn Offer Their Opinions On The Upcoming Grammy Awards, Discuss The Various Nominees, Make Predictions About Who Will Win, And Talk About The Current State Of Pop Music. Then, David Remnick, Elizabeth Kolbert, Hilton Als, And Liz Smith Talk About The Spirit Of New York, Why People Aspire To Live In The City, What Makes It Unique, And The New Yorker.moreless
  • 2/18/99
    Stanley Karnow, H.D.S. Greenway, Frances Fitzgerald, Kevin Buckley, And Sidney Schanberg Discuss The Vietnam War, The Challenges Of Covering It As A Journalist, And Their Perspectives Two Decades Later. Then, David Michaelis Talks About His New Book N.C. Wyeth: A Biography, The Life Of Painter N.C. Wyeth, And His Lasting Legacy. Finally, Harry Shearer Discusses His New Book It'S The Stupidity, Stupid, His Radio Show The Show, The Media, And The Widespread Negativity About President Clinton.moreless
  • 2/16/99
    Attorney James Tierney Discusses The Tobacco Settlement, U.S. Policy Toward Big Tobacco, The Danger Of Letting Lawsuits Set Precedents Instead Of Elected Officials, And The Future Of The Cigarette Business. Then, Physicist Brian Green Discusses His Book, The Elegant Universe: Super Strings, Hidden Dimensions, And The Quest For The Ultimate Theory, Physics, Theoretical Physics, String Theory, And Stephen Hawking. Finally, Guy Ritchie Talks About His New Film Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, The Challenges Of Getting A Movie Produced, And His Process As A Filmmaker.moreless
  • 2/15/99
    Former Secretary Of Commerce Peter J. Peterson Talks About His New Book Gray Dawn, The Aging American Population, The Social Security And Health Care Crises, And America'S Options For The Future. Then, Harvey Lichtenstein, William Leurs And Dr. Paul Marks Discuss The Challenges Of Running Some Of New York' Most Significant Institutions, Philanthropy And The Cultural Moment. Finally, Authors And Brothers Frank Mccourt And Malachy Mccourt Discuss The Off-Broadway Production Of Their Play A Couple Of Blaguards, The Differences Between Fiction And Playwriting, And The Significance Of Ireland.moreless
  • 2/12/99
    Jacob Weisberg And Lawrence Tribe Discuss The Clinton Impeachment Trial, The Constitution, The Similarities To And Differences From The Nixon Impeachment, And The Potential Consequences For The Clintons, The Democrats, And The Republicans. Then, Robin Wright Penn Talks About Her Movies Hurlyburly And Message In A Bottle, Her Unique Approach To Acting, Her Marriage To Sean Penn, And Her Choice Of Projects.moreless
  • 2/11/99
    Legendary Journalist Bob Woodward Discusses The Clinton Impeachment Trial, The Impending Vote In The Senate, Watergate, The Starr Investigation, And The Clintons' Future. Then, Sally Quinn Talks About The Culture Of Washington And The Nuances Of Anger Between The Clintons And The D.C. Establishment. Finally, Woodward And Quinn Offer Some Closing Thoughts On The Senate Vote And The Clintons As Perennial Campaigners.moreless
  • 2/10/99
    Usa Networks Chairman And Ceo Barry Diller Discusses His Merger With Lycos, The Synergy Between Television, Branding, And The Internet, Management Strategies And The Future Of E-Commerce. Then, Lesley Stahl Discusses Her New Book Reporting Live, Her Career In Journalism, And Her Personal Priorities.
  • 2/9/99
    Director James Moll And Holocaust Survivors Renee Firestone, Irene Zisblatt And Congressman Tom Lantos Talk About The New Film The Last Days, Their Stories Of Survival, The Horrors Of Mass Murder, And The Ways In Which The World Can Prevent It In The Future. Then, Director Hal Prince And Playwright Alfred Uhry Discuss Their New Musical Parade, The Development Of The Story And Show, The Challenges Of Mounting A Musical When The Producers Go Bankrupt, And The Attempts To Keep The Show Open At Lincoln Center.moreless
  • 2/8/99
    Jack Newfield, Pete Hamill, Tom Patti, Jim Voyles And Rock Newman Discuss The Ongoing Troubles Of Renowned Boxer Mike Tyson, His Downward Spiral In And Out Of The Ring, And Whether His Career Can Recover From The Jail Sentence He Is Serving For Assault. Then, Playwright And Screenwriter Paul Rudnick Talks About His New Play, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, Tackling The Taboo Subject Of Religion, His Career As A Writer, And What It Means To Be An Openly Gay Artist.moreless
  • Frank Gehry - 1999
    Episode 0205
    A conversation with renowned architect Frank Gehry about his career, philosophy as an artist and his award-winning Guggenheim building in Bilbao, Spain.
  • Tennis Champion John Mcenroe
    Episode 02.04.99
    An hour conversation with tennis champion John McEnroe about his long championship-winning career, his bad-boy reputation, some of his more memorable matches and opponents, the business and commerce of tennis, his present-day life and plans for the future
  • 2/3/99
    Bloomberg Ceo Michael Bloomberg Talks About The World Economic Forum Meeting In Davos, Globalization, And The Rise Of The Internet As A Powerful Business Force. Then, Janet Maslin, David Denby And James B. Meigs Discuss The Recent Sundance Film Festival, The Growth Of The Festival As A Significant Force In The Movie Industry, And Some Of This Year'S Standouts. Finally, Legendary White House Reporter Helen Thomas Offers Her Perspectives On Covering The Clinton Administration And The Upcoming Presidential Campaign.moreless
  • 2/2/99
    Fouad Ajami And Robert Satloff Talk About The Transfer Of Power From The Dying King Hussein Of Jordan, Royal Politics, The King'S Commitment To Peace, And The Stability Of The Middle East. Then, Filmmaker Barry Levinson Talks About His Films Wag The Dog And Liberty Heights, His Tv Series Homicide, His Long Career In The Movie Industry, And Some Of The Actors Who Have Worked On His Films.moreless
  • Italian Actress Sophia Loren
    Episode 02.01.99
    An hour conversation with Italian actress Sophia Loren about her cookbook
  • 1/29/99
    Bill Murray Talks About His Film Rushmore, His Strategy For Choosing Projects, His Encounters With Blockbuster Movies, And His Experiences In The Entertainment Industry From Saturday Night Live To Legal Eagles. Then, Wes Anderson Talks About Directing Rushmore And Bottle Rocket, Writing With Owen Wilson, And Directing Bill Murray And Jason Schwartzman.moreless
  • 1/28/99
    Pulitzer Prize Winner David Halberstam Discusses His New Book, Playing For Keeps: Michael Jordan And The World He Made, His Lifelong Interest In Basketball, The Evolution Of The Nba As Entertainment And Commerce, And What Sets Jordan Apart From His Peers. Then Bret Easton Ellis Talks About His Book Glamorama, The Unlikely Dual Subjects Of Fashion And Terror, His Development And Influences As A Young Writer, And The Significance Of His Family In His Life.moreless
  • 1/27/99
    Cate Blanchett Talks About Her Acclaimed Performance In The Title Role Of Elizabeth, Her Approach To Playing Elizabeth I, Her Perspectives In Acting, And Her Career In The Movies. Then, Ian Kershaw Discusses His New Book Hitler 1889-1936: Hubris, His Decision To Write About Adolf Hitler, The Details Of Hitler'S Rise To Power, And The World'S Continuing Fascination With The Dictator.moreless
  • 1/26/99
    Mike Lupica, Mike Francesca And Peter King Talk About The Upcoming Super Bowl Game Between The Atlanta Falcons And The Denver Broncos, Their Predictions For The Game, The Players, And How The Game May Be Overshadowed By Lawrence Taylor'S Hall Of Fame Chances. Then, Mike Lupica And David Stern Offer Opinions On The State Of Affairs In The National Basketball Association, The Effects Of Michael Jordan'S Retirement And The Labor-Related Player Lockout, And The Commerce Of Professional Basketball. Finally, Dr. Henry Louis Gates And Dr. Kwame Appiah Discuss Microsoft'S Encarta Africana Cd-Rom, Introducing Technology To A Wider African-American Population, And The Evolution Of The Civil Rights Movement.moreless
  • 1/25/99
    Mortimer Zuckerman, Stephen Cohen And Thomas Graham Discuss Secretary Of State Albright'S Two-Day Visit To Russia, Their Opinions Of Russian Prime Minister Yevgeny Primekov, The Economic Instability In Russia, And The Tension In U.S.-Russian Relations Regarding The Crisis In Kosovo. Then, Erik Tarloff Talks About His First Novel, Face Time, And The Concept Of Presidential Power As Aphrodisiac. Finally, Amsterdam Author Ian Mcewan, Shares His Opinions On Entitlement, Power, And Writing.moreless
  • 1/22/99
    Cbs News Correspondent Scott Pelley Discusses The Clinton Senate Trial, Senator Byrd'S Surprising Motion To Dismiss The Charges, And The Effect Of The Trial On The Clinton Presidency And Family. Then, Evan Thomas Continues With Thoughts About The Clinton Trial'S Loss Of Momentum, The Lagging Energy Of Republicans, Ken Starr And The Legal Teams, And The Clinton Administration'S Next Move. Finally, Patricia Arquette Discusses Her New Movie, The Hi-Lo Country, Her Choices Of Acting Projects, And Her Relationship With Nicolas Cage.moreless
  • 1/21/99
    Top New York Chefs Anne Rosenzweig, Gray Kunz, Jean-Georges Vongerichten And Daniel Boulud Discuss Their Various Backgrounds And Experiences In The Kitchen, The Art And Craft Of Being A Chef, The Evolution Of Fine Dining, And The Changing Demands Of The Fine Dining Customer. Then, Songwriter Carole Bayer Sager Talks About Her Catalog Of Songs, Her Frequent Collaborations With Some Of The Industry'S Biggest Talents, And Her Inspirations As A Songwriter.moreless
  • 1/20/99
    Thomas Friedman Talks About His Upcoming Book The Lexus And The Olive Tree, The Current Situation In Iraq And The Unpredictability Of Saddam Hussein, And A Variety Of Other Issues Including Nigeria, Kosovo, And Michael Jordan. Then, Sean Penn, David Rabe And Anthony Drazan Discuss Their New Film Hurlyburly, The Challenges Of Adapting A Play To The Screen, And The Contentious Relationships Between Human Beings.moreless
  • Art Curator Kirk Varnedoe
    Episode 01.18.99
    An hour conversation with MoMA art curator Kirk Varnedoe about the life of American artist Jackson Pollack and Jackson's inspirations, the specifics of his work and the relentless drive that made him a legendary painter.
  • 1/15/99
    An Interview With Fcc Chairman William E. Kennard Discusses The Future Of The Internet And Telecommunications, The Role Of Congress In Overseeing This Evolution, And Some Of The Technology He Thinks Will Change The Way People Communicate.||Then, Star Val Kilmer, Director Irwin Winkler, And Dr. Oliver Sacks Talk About The Movie "At First Sight", Which Is A Rare Story Of The Restoration Of Vision To A Blind Person (From January 13, 1999).moreless
  • 1/14/99
    Joe Klein And Nina Totenberg Discuss President Clinton'S Senate Impeachment Trial, The Definition Of Perjury, And The Role Of Partisanship. Then, Seymour Hersh Talks About His New Yorker Story About Spy Jonathan Pollard, And How His Actions Have Affected The Middle East Peace Process. Finally, Actress Melanie Griffith Discusses Playing A Heroin Addict In Another Day In Paradise, Her Career, And Working With Woody Allen.moreless
  • 1/13/99
    Bob Costas Offers Some Perspectives On The Retirement Of Michael Jordan, The Long-Term Impact On Professional Basketball, And The Evolution Of The Nba From A Sport To A Multi-Billion Dollar Industry. Then, Seymour Hersh Talks About Spy Jonathan Pollard, And How His Actions Have Affected The Middle East Peace Process. Finally, Star Val Kilmer, Director Irwin Winkler, And Dr. Oliver Sacks Talk About The Movie At First Sight, Which Is A Rare Story Of The Restoration Of Vision To A Blind Person.moreless
  • 1/12/99
    Writers Bob Greene, Frank Deford And Mark Vancil Talk About Michael Jordan'S Anticipated Retirement Announcement, The Unique Gifts That Have Allowed Him To Change Basketball And America, And What The Future Holds For The Nba And Jordan'S Teammates. Then, Dave Checketts Discusses Phil Jackson'S Coaching Strategy And Whether Jordan Was The Greatest To Ever Play The Game. Finally, Emily Watson Talks About Her New Film, Hillary And Jackie, And The Challenges Of Playing A Classical Cello Prodigy.moreless
  • 1/11/99
    An Interview With Reporter Nina Totenberg Who Talks About Chief Justice William Rehnquist, His Unique Sensibility, And His Influence As Overseer Of The Supreme Court (From .||Then, A Conversation With Chief Justice William Rehnquist. He Discusses His Book "All The Laws But One",His Development As An Attorney And Justice, Abraham Lincoln, And The History Of United States Judicial System (From November 26, 1998).||Finally, Japanese Trade Minister Kaoru Yosano Talks About Global Trade And U.S.-Japanese Trade Relations And Competition.moreless
  • 1/8/99
    Nba Players' Association Executive Director Billy Hunter Talks About The End Of The Nba Lockout, The Possible Mutiny Among The Player, And The Economics Of Professional Basketball. Then, Isaiah Thomas Discusses The Damage The Nba May Suffer As A Result Of The Lockout, And The Players' Reactions To The Union'S Deal With The Nba Owners. Finally, Brill'S Content Editor Steven Brill Talks About Network News, Cable News, The Possible Purchase Of Cbs By Cnn, And The Future Of Television Journalism.moreless
  • 1/7/99
    Cbs News White House Correspondent Scott Pelley Discusses The Beginning Of The Clinton Impeachment Trial And The White House'S Significant Offer To Accept The Independent Counsel'S Report. Then, Laurence Tribe And Norman Ornstein Speculate About The Clinton Trial, The Implications Of The Impeachment Process, And The Meaning For Both Political Parties And The Constitution. Finally, Byron Wien Talks About The Recent Stock Market Boom, The Impact Of Technological Advances, And The Future Of The Economy.moreless
  • An hour conversation with former White House Chief of Staff Erskine Bowles about his close relationship with President Clinton, the Clinton administration's foreign policies vis-à-vis Iraq and Bosnia, and the impact of the impeachment trial on Clinton's presidential legacy and family.
  • 1/5/99
    John Travolta, Screenwriter/Director Steven Zaillian And Novelist Jonathan Harr Discuss The New Movie A Civil Action, Which Is About A Lawyer Who Pursues Justice On Behalf Of A Group Of Families Whose Children Suddenly Start Dying Of Leukemia. Then, Nick Nolte, Willem Dafoe, James Coburn And Paul Schrader Talk About Their Film Affliction, Adapted From Russell Banks' Novel About A Dysfunctional Family And The Downward Spiral Of A Small-Town Cop.moreless
  • Actor John Travolta
    Episode 01.04.99
    An hour conversation with actor John Travolta about his roles in films such as
  • 1/1/99
    An Hour Conversation With Comedian Garry Shandling About His Role In "The Larry Sanders Show", His Film "Hurlyburly" And His Book "Confessions Of A Late Night Talk Show Host: The Autobiography Of Larry Sanders".