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  • 12/31/03
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    First, a rebroadcast from an October 17, 2003 interview with Sir Simon Rattle, the principal and conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, in which he discusses his upcoming performance at Carnegie Hall.||Then, a rebroadcast of a December 5, 2003 interview with opera singer Renee Fleming, in which she speaks about her new compilation from her recording catalogue, Renee Fleming by Request.||Finally, a rebroadcast of an October 3, 2003 interview with Luciano Pavarotti, in which the singer talks about his career and the release of his album, Ti Adoro.moreless
  • 12/30/03
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    Actress Cate Blanchett discusses her role in Ron Howard's The Missing. Then, actress Isabelle Huppert discusses her role in the film The Promised Life. Finally, actress Diane Lane reflects on her work in Under the Tuscan Sun.
  • 12/29/03
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    First, Charlie Talks To Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist For "The Washington Post" David Maraniss. His Latest Book Is "They Marched Into Sunlight: War & Peace, Vietnam & America, 1967."||Then, A Rebroadcast Of A Conversation That Originally Aired November 11, 2003, About The New Documentary "The Fog Of War," With Filmmaker Errol Morris And Subject And Former Secretary Of Defense Robert Mcnamara. The Film Deals With Mcnamara'S Controversial Role In The Vietnam War. An Interview With David Maraniss; A Rebroadcast Of A Conversation With Robert Mcnamara And Errol Morris212088 Director Clint Eastwood Talks About His Movie Mystic River, Which Received Five Golden Globe Nominations Including Best Dramatic Picture, Best Director For Eastwood, And Best Actor In A Drama For Sean Penn. Also, Actor Kevin Bacon Discusses His Role In The Film. Charlie Rose With Clint Eastwood; Kevin Bacon212089 A Conversation About The Film Cold Mountain With Director Anthony Minghella And Actors Nicole Kidman And Jude Law. The Civil War-Era Film, Adapted From Charles Frasier'S Eponymous Novel, Portrays A Confederate Soldier After His Desertion. Charlie Rose With Anthony Minghella, Nicole Kidman & Jude Law 212090 Herbert Muschamp, The Architecture Critic Of The New York Times, Willie Neuman Of The New York Post, And Terence Riley, The Architecture Curator At The Museum Of Modern Art, Share Their Opinions On The Design Of The Freedom Tower At The World Trade Center Site. Then, A Previously Taped Interview With Rafael Vinoly, World-Famous Architect, Who Was A Finalist In The Competition To Redesign The Site. Charlie Rose With Herbert Muschamp, Willie Neuman & Terence Riley; Rafael Vinoly 212091 Actor Naomi Watts Examines Her Work In The Film 21 Grams And Reflects On Her Previous Roles. Then, Director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu And Actors Melissa Leo And Benicio Del Toro Discuss Their Work On The Film. Charlie Rose With Naomi Wmoreless
  • 12/26/03
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  • 12/25/03
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    A Consideration Of The Life Of Jesus Christ On Christmas Eve. The Roman Catholic Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete, Author Of The Three Gospels Reynolds Price, And Reverend Gardner Taylor Of The Concord Baptist Church Of Christ Discuss The Time Cover That Named Jesus As The "Single Most Powerful Human Figure In All Human History" And Offer Their Opinions Of The Purpose Of Religion.moreless
  • 12/24/03
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    First, novelist and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison talks about her career and new novel, Love. Then, author Jhumpa Lahiri, who won the Pulitzer prize for her book, Interpreter of Maladies, talks about her new novel, The Namesake.
  • 12/23/03
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    An Hour About The Film "cold Mountain"
  • 12/22/03
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  • 12/19/03
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  • 12/18/03
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  • 12/16/03
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  • 12/15/03
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  • 12/12/03
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  • 12/11/03
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  • 12/10/03
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  • 12/9/03
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  • 12/8/03
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  • 12/5/03
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    First, a conversation with French author and philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy about the transatlantic alliance and America's position in the world. Also, Australian actor Hugh Jackman discusses his starring role in the Broadway musical, The Boy from Oz. Finally, opera singer Renee Fleming speaks about her new compilation from her recording catalogue, Renee Fleming by Request.moreless
  • 12/4/03
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  • 12/1/03
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  • 11/28/03
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  • 11/27/03
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    In recognition of Thanksgiving, former television executive at ABC and Warner Brothers Ed Bleier talks about his new book, The Thanksgiving Ceremony. Then, from previous broadcasts, Dave Matthews of the Dave Matthews Band and Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac.
  • Film Director Ron Howard
    Episode 11.26.03
    11/26/03
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    An hour conversation with director Ron Howard about his film
  • 11/25/03
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    An hour conversation with Pulitzer prize-winning journalist John Burns, chief foreign correspondent for
  • 11/21/03
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  • Senator Barack Obama
    Senator Barack Obama
    Episode 11.20.03
    11/20/03
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    An hour conversation with Democratic Illinois Senator Barack Obama about his book on the future of American politics,
  • Mit Professor Noam Chomsky
    Episode 11.20.03
    11/20/03
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    An hour conversation with linguist, political activist, writer and professor at MIT Noam Chomsky. He talks about the crisis in the Middle East, language, and the incredible communicative power of the Internet. He also discusses his book
  • 11/19/03
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    An hour with former Secretary of the Treasury Robert Rubin about his book
  • 11/18/03
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  • 11/17/03
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    An hour conversation with former President and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Jimmy Carter about his first published novel
  • 11/14/03
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  • 11/13/03
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  • 11/12/03
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  • An hour-long discussion about the documentary film
  • A conversation with economist and Nobel Prize-winner Joseph Stiglitz about his book
  • Tv Producer Steven Bochco
    Tv Producer Steven Bochco
    Episode 11.10.03
    11/10/03
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    A conversation with television producer Steven Bochco about his novel
  • 11/7/03
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    A roundtable discussion of the film Love Actually with director Richard Curtis and actors Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson, and Laura Linney. Later, Jeffrey Loria, the owner of the Florida Marlins, talks about his team's recent World Series victory.
  • 11/6/03
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  • 11/5/03
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  • 11/4/03
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  • Stephen Cohen
    Stephen Cohen
    Episode 11.03.03
    11/3/03
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    A conversation with Stephen Cohen, professor of Russian Studies at NYU, following the resignation of Edward Shevardnadze, President of Georgia, due to protests of parliamentary elections and allegations of fraud.
  • Robert Benton
    Episode 11.03.03
    11/3/03
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    A conversation with filmmaker Robert Benton about his film
  • Ceo Of Cbs Leslie Moonves
    Episode 10.31.03
    10/31/03
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    An hour-long conversation with Leslie Moonves, chairman and CEO of the CBS Corporation, about the CBS network's 75th anniversary. He discusses the history of CBS, competition among the top networks and future plans for his company.
  • 10/30/03
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  • 10/29/03
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  • 10/28/03
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  • 10/27/03
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  • 10/24/03
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    Angelina Jolie, actress and UN goodwill ambassador, on her film, Beyond Borders. Next, actor William Petersen on his role in the television series CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Finally, Dr. Mehmet Oz of the College of Physicians and Surgeons at Columbia, on his television show Second Opinion with Dr. Oz.
  • 10/22/03
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  • 10/21/03
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  • 10/20/03
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  • 10/17/03
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  • 10/16/03
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  • 10/15/03
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  • Cyclist Lance Armstrong
    Episode 10.14.03
    10/14/03
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    An hour conversation with cyclist Lance Armstrong, winner of five Tour de France competitions, about how he trained to prepare for his most recent victory, his book
  • Actor Tim Robbins
    Episode 10.13.03
    10/13/03
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    An hour conversation with actor and director Tim Robbins about his performance in Clint Eastwood's
  • 10/10/03
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  • 10/9/03
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  • 10/8/03
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  • 10/7/03
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    A conversation with producer Martin Smith about his
  • A Conversation About The Mlb Playoffs
    10/7/03
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    A conversation with Tim McCarver of FOX Sports about the second round of the Major League Baseball playoffs.
  • 10/6/03
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  • 10/3/03
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  • An hour-long conversation about rebuilding Iraq with Jessica Tuchman Mathews, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, who has recently returned from the region, and Jeffrey Sachs of Columbia University, a critic of the war in Iraq and the reconstruction effort.
  • 9/30/03
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  • A conversation with Terry McDonell of
  • A Discussion With Jay Mcculloch
    9/29/03
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    A conversation with Jay McCulloch, friend and former colleague of George Plimpton, about Plimpton's work as editor of
  • 9/26/03
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    An hour-long conversation with Jeffrey Immelt, the CEO of General Electric, about his predecessor Jack Welch, the future of the company, and his strategies for the business in a time of economic weakness.
  • 9/24/03
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  • 9/23/03
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  • 9/22/03
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    An hour conversation with Secretary of State Colin Powell, on the eve of the opening session of the United Nations General Assembly. He discusses the state of the war in Iraq, his hope for a new resolution from the Security Council that will expedite the establishment of a constitution and free elections, and America's role in the Middle East peace talks.moreless
  • A panel discussion with journalists Ron Brownstein of
  • Ephraim Sneh And Mortimer Zuckerman About The Middle East
    A conversation with Mortimer Zuckerman, editor-in-chief of
  • 9/18/03
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  • 9/17/03
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  • A discussion about the legal efforts to delay the recall vote in California with Harvard law professor Laurence Tribe, and CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin.
  • King Abdullah Of Jordan
    King Abdullah Of Jordan
    Episode 09.16.03
    9/16/03
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    A conversation with King Abdullah of Jordan about his upcoming meeting with President Bush, the war in Iraq and his nation's role in the Middle Eastern conflict.
  • 9/15/03
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  • 9/12/03
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  • A special edition marking the anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks with a look back at previous programs. Segments include conversations with Rudolph Giuliani, Karl Rove, Peter Hamill, Hillary Rodham Clinton and many others.
  • 9/10/03
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  • Guest host Fareed Zakaria of
  • Actress Holly Hunter
    Actress Holly Hunter
    Episode 09.09.03
    9/9/03
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    A conversation with Academy Award-winning actress Holly Hunter about her film
  • Documentary Filmmaker Ric Burns
    9/8/03
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    A conversation with documentary filmmaker Ric Burns about his film
  • 9/5/03
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  • 9/4/03
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  • 9/3/03
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  • 9/2/03
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  • A Rebroadcast Of A Conversation About The Film Adaptation Of "chicago"
    A rebroadcast of an hour discussion about the musical
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation about the film
  • A Conversation About The Cultural Impact Of "the Matrix" Films
    A conversation with Kurt Andersen of
  • A rebroadcast of an hour-long conversation with journalist and author Calvin Trillin of
  • 8/27/03
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    A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with Scottish actor Brian Cox about his long career in television, theater and film. He also talks about his views on Iraq and his roles in the films
  • A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with vocalist Annie Lennox, formerly of
  • A Rebroadcast Of An Hour With "the Rolling Stones" Frontman Mick Jagger
    A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with Mick Jagger, lead singer and songwriter of
  • An hour-long conversation and tour of the
  • A rebroadcast of an hour-long conversation with modern art historian Kirk Varnedoe about his past work as the chief curator of painting and sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art. He also discusses his decision to step down from the position and join the faculty at the Institute for Advanced Study of Art (from February 1, 2002).moreless
  • 8/20/03
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    A rebroadcast of an hour-long conversation with Nobel Laureate and president of the Cold Spring Harbor laboratory James Watson, about his work on the PBS documentary
  • A discussion about the film, "American Splendor."
  • 8/18/03
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    Best-Selling Novelist Tom Clancy Explores Strategies For Fighting Terrorism And Discusses His New Novel, The Teeth Of The Tiger. Also, Dr. Armand Nicholi, Professor At Harvard, On His Book, The Question Of God, About The Debate Between C.S. Lewis And Sigmund Freud.
  • 8/15/03
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    First, A Conversation With Actor Liev Schreiber About His Title Role In Shakespeare'S "Henry V" In Central Park. Then, A Conversation With Movie And Television Producer Jerry Bruckheimer About His Films "Bad Boys Ii" And "Pirates Of The Caribbean" (July 7, 2003).
  • 8/13/03
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    Aaron Sorkin, Creator Of The West Wing, On Leaving The Show And His Reflections On His Other Work. Then, Anthony Zuiker, Creator And Executive Producer Of The Csi Series For Cbs, On His Shows.
  • 8/12/03
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    Following Former Liberian Leader Charles Taylor'S Exile To Nigeria, Princeton Lyman Of The Council Of Foreign Relations And Former Us Ambassador To South Africa And Nigeria, Looks To The Country'S Future In This Rebroadcast Of An Interview That Originally Aired On August 12, 2003.||Then, In This Rebroadcast From August 12, 2003, Conan O'Brien, Host Of Late Night With Conan O'Brien, Reflects On His Ascension To The Top Ranks Of Late-Night Television.moreless
  • Newt Gingrich
    Episode 08.11.03
    8/11/03
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    Ah hour-long conversation with the former Congressman and Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich about his book
  • A panel discussion about Condoleezza Rice's speech arguing that the United States must make a generational commitment to rebuilding the Middle East. Panelists include Fareed Zakaria of
  • A Conversation About Howard Dean's Presidential Campaign
    A conversation with political reporters Jonathan Alter of
  • A Discussion About Medical Research And The Internet
    A discussion with prominent scientists Dr. Harold Varmus of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and Dr. Ira Mellman of the Yale University School of Medicine about the idea of providing free Internet access of medical information and research.
  • A conversation with Mark Halperin of ABC News and Bill Schneider of CNN, about the California recall election.
  • 8/6/03
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    Jeffrey Toobin, Legal Analyst For Cnn, Discusses The Kobe Bryant Sexual Harassment Case. Then, Prominent Defense Attorneys Benjamin Brafman And Gerald Lefcourt Share Their Opinions On The Accusations Against Bryant And The Beginning Stages Of His Trial. Finally, The Writing Team Of Howard And Susan Kaminsky Talk About Their Novel, The Storyteller, Published Under The Pen Name Arthur Reid.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with
  • 8/4/03
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    A Dialogue With Paul Wolfowitz, Deputy Secretary Of Defense And Former Dean Of The School Of Advanced International Studies At Johns Hopkins University, About Us Policy In Iraq. Then, Award-Winning Writer And Composer Rupert Holmes Talks About His First Novel, A Mystery Titled Where The Truth Lies.
  • 8/1/03
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    Actor Nick Nolte Discusses His Performance In The Film Northfork. Then, John Leguizamo, Whose Hbo Film Is Called Undefeated, Talks About His Directorial Debut And His Previous, Emmy Award-Winning Work.
  • Writer Calvin Trillin
    Episode 07.31.03
    7/31/03
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    An hour-long conversation with food journalist and author Calvin Trillin of
  • Charlie Rose (July 30, 2003)
    Episode 07.30.03
    7/30/03
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    Senator Joseph Biden Of Delaware Provides Insight Into The Post-War Reconstruction Efforts In Iraq And Expresses His Belief That The Us Government Should Be More Transparent In Its Iraq Policy. Also, Wine Critic Robert Parker Discusses His Work And Changes In The Industry.
  • Charlie Rose (July 29, 2003)
    Episode 07.29.03
    7/29/03
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    Richard Murphy, Director Of Middle East Studies At The Council On Foreign Relations And Former Us Ambassador To Saudi Arabia, Seymour Hersh Of The New Yorker, Ron Brownstein Of The Los Angeles Times And Senator Evan Bayh Of Indiana Discuss The Current State Of American Politics And Policy In Regard To The Middle East.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation about the film
  • L. Paul Bremer About Iraq
    Episode 07.25.03
    7/25/03
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    An hour conversation with the ambassador to Iraq Paul Bremer about his goals for a new Iraqi constitution, combat capabilities and security in rules of engagement among the coalition forces.
  • Charlie Rose (July 23, 2003)
    Episode 07.23.03
    7/23/03
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    First, Political Reporter For Wcbs Television In New York, Andrew Kirtzman, Talks About The Shooting Of Brooklyn Councilman James Davis At City Hall. Then, David Sanger, White House Correspondent For The New York Times, Discusses The Impact Of The Deaths Of Saddam Hussein'S Two Sons. Last, An Interview With The Chairman And Ceo Of Jetblue Airways, David Neeleman, About The Individuality And Success Of His Company.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 22, 2003)
    Episode 07.22.03
    7/22/03
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    Following The News Of The Killings Of Saddam Hussein'S Two Sons, Conversations With Rym Brahimi Of Cnn, Walter Pincus Of The Washington Post, And Neil Macfarquhar Of The New York Times. Then, The Actor Scott Glenn Discusses His New Film, Buffalo Soldiers. Finally, Celia Sandys Remembers Her Grandfather, Winston Churchill, In Her Book, We Shall Not Fail: The Inspiring Leadership Of Winston Churchill.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of an hour-long discussion about the film
  • Charlie Rose (July 18, 2003)
    Episode 07.18.03
    7/18/03
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    An Interview With The Chinese Pianist And Former Child Prodigy, Lang Lang. Then, The Author Tony Schwartz Talks About Performance In Business, Sports, And Medicine In His New Book, The Power Of Full Engagement. Finally, Daryl Hall And John Oates Reflect On Their Music Made Together Over The Years And Their Latest Recording, Do It For Love.moreless
  • An hour conversation with Vartan Gregorian, former president of the New York Public Library and professor at Brown University. He discusses his current role as president of the Carnegie Corporation and his biography
  • Author Candace Bushnell
    Author Candace Bushnell
    Episode 07.16.03
    7/16/03
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    A discussion with Candace Bushnell, former columnist of
  • Entrepreneur Russell Simmons
    Episode 07.16.03
    7/16/03
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    A conversation with entertainment mogul Russell Simmons, Chairman and CEO of Rush Communications, about co-founding Def Jam records with Rick Rubin, his hip-hop empire and his plans for future projects.
  • 7/15/03
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    An hour-long conversation with Joschka Fischer, the foreign minister of Germany, about the failure to discover weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, German-U.S. relations and the need for peace in Iraq and the Middle East.
  • Charlie Rose (July 14, 2003)
    Episode 07.14.03
    7/14/03
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    Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post On The Continuing Controversy Over C.I.A. Intelligence And The President'S Claims That Saddam Hussein Has Installed An Advanced Nuclear Weapons Development Program In Iraq. Then, Clyde Prestowitz, Founder And President Of The Economic Strategy Institute, On His New Book, Rogue Nation: American Unilateralism And The Failure Of Good Intentions.moreless
  • An hour conversation with Howell Raines, the former Executive Editor of
  • An hour-long conversation with Nobel laureate and president of the Cold Spring Harbor laboratory James Watson about his work on the PBS documentary
  • A rebroadcast of conversations with the chairman of Intel, Andy Grove, about the role of technological innovation in the war in Iraq, the shift away from the study of science and engineering in higher education and the future of his corporation (from June 2, June 4, June 5, and June 6, 2003).moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 8, 2003)
    Episode 07.08.03
    7/8/03
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    The musicians Lou Reed and Laurie Anderson, formerly of the Velvet Underground, reflect on their careers and Reed's new album, NYC Man: Lou Reed the Collection. Then, radio entrepreneur Norm Pattiz discusses his work as founder and chairman of Westwood One, the United States' largest radio network.
  • Charlie Rose (July 7, 2003)
    Episode 07.07.03
    7/7/03
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    First, An Interview With Liev Schreiber, Who Is The Leading Actor In Shakespeare'S Henry V In Central Park. Then, Jerry Bruckheimer, Movie And Television Producer, Talks About His Upcoming Films Bad Boys Ii And Pirates Of The Caribbean, Which Stars Johnny Depp And Orlando Bloom.
  • A rebroadcast of a conversation with Walter Isaacson, author of Benjamin Franklin: An American Life (from June 30, 2003).
  • A Rebroadcast Of A Conversation With Joseph Ellis
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with author Joseph Ellis about his book
  • Charlie Rose (July 3, 2003)
    Episode 07.03.03
    7/3/03
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    Journalist Margaret Carlson, Correspondent For Cnn And First Female Columnist For Time, Shares Her Experience At The Magazine And Her New Book, Anyone Can Grow Up: How George Bush And I Made It To The White House. Also, A Look At The Influence Of Commerce And Corporations On American Universities With Former Harvard University President, Derek Bok.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 2, 2003)
    Episode 07.02.03
    7/2/03
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    A Conversation About Potential Democratic Candidates For The Presidency With Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times And Mark Halperin Of Abc News. Then, A Panel Of Film Critics Including Lisa Schwarzbaum Of Entertainment Weekly, A.O. Scott Of The New York Times, Richard Corliss Of Time, And David Denby Of The New Yorker. They Weigh In On The Major Films Of The Summer.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 1, 2003)
    Episode 07.01.03
    7/1/03
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    Richard A. Clarke, Former National Security Council Official And Anti-Terrorism Advisor, Discusses A New Report Released By The Council On Foreign Relations, Of Which He Is The Co-Author. Then, Leon Kass, Chairman Of The President'S Council On Bioethics, Talks About His Book, The Beginning Of Wisdom: Where We Started.
  • Biographer Walter Isaacson
    Episode 06.30.03
    6/30/03
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    An hour conversation with journalist, author, and president of the Aspen Institute Walter Isaacson, about his presidential biography
  • Charlie Rose (June 27, 2003)
    Episode 06.27.03
    6/27/03
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    First, Dr. Bernard Kouchner, Co-Founder Of Doctors Without Borders, Talks About His Work And The Reconstruction Effort In Iraq. Then, A Roundtable Discussion About The Problem Of Unsolicited Commercial E-Mail With Brad Smith Of Microsoft, David Berlind Of Cnet, Joe Barrett Of America Online, And Orson Swindle Of The Fcc.
  • Charlie Rose (June 26, 2003)
    Episode 06.26.03
    6/26/03
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    Following A Landmark Supreme Court Decision Striking Down A Texas Law That Banned Sodomy, A Discussion With Lawyer Michael Carvin, Professor At Yale Law School Kenji Yoshino, And Npr Correspondent Nina Totenberg Regarding The Implications. Later, Floyd Norris Of The New York Times And Jim Glassman Of J.P. Morgan Chase Explain The Federal Reserve'S Lowering Of The Interest Rate In Hopes Of Bettering The Economy.moreless
  • Singer Annie Lennox
    Episode 06.25.03
    6/25/03
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    An hour-long conversation with vocalist Annie Lennox of
  • Charlie Rose (June 24, 2003)
    Episode 06.24.03
    6/24/03
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    The Chief Un Weapons Inspector, Hans Blix, Speaks About The Search For Weapons Of Mass Destruction In Iraq And The Ensuing War. Later, The Filmmaker Andrew Jarecki Discusses His Documentary About A Family Torn Apart By Allegations Of Child Molestation, Capturing The Friedmans.
  • An hour-long panel discussion in light of the Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action at the University of Michigan. Panelists include: Laurence Tribe of Harvard University, Peter Schuck of Yale University, Lee Bollinger of Columbia University, and Nina Totenberg of NPR. They discuss the decision's significance and its impact on college admissions in coming years.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 20, 2003)
    Episode 06.20.03
    6/20/03
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    A Discussion About The Phenomenon Of The Harry Potter Books With The Vice President Of Scholastic Inc., Arthur Levine, The Journalist Nancy Gibbs Of Time, And Book Critic For The New York Times, Janet Maslin, Also, Actor Harrison Ford Discusses His Performance In The Film Hollywood Homicide.
  • Charlie Rose (June 19, 2003)
    Episode 06.19.03
    6/19/03
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    First, Columnist For The Washington Post Jim Hoagland Discusses The Militarization Of American Foreign Policy. Then, The Director Ang Lee Talks About His New Film, Hulk. Finally, Rob Reiner Talks About Directing The Movie Alex & Emma, Which Stars Kate Hudson And Luke Wilson.
  • Sir Jeremy Greenstock
    Episode 06.18.03
    6/18/03
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    An hour conversation with Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Britain's former ambassador to the United Nations and current British special representative to Iraq, about his role in the debate over the Iraq war, plans for post-war reconstruction in the region, and relations between the United States and Great Britain.
  • Crime Writer James Patterson
    Crime Writer James Patterson
    Episode 06.17.03
    6/17/03
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    A conversation with the bestselling crime writer James Patterson about his novel
  • 6/17/03
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    A discussion about the political career of Tony Blair as he faces questions about intelligence on weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. Guests include British journalists Michael Elliott of
  • Charlie Rose (June 16, 2003)
    Episode 06.16.03
    6/16/03
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    Stephen Cohen, Middle East Expert, And Adel Al Jubeir, Foreign Policy Advisor To Crown Prince Abdullah Of Saudi Arabia, Discuss The Ongoing Conflict Between The Israelis And Palestinians. Also, Iraqi Architect Zaha Hadid Discusses Her Life And Designing A Building In The United States For The First Time.
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton
    Episode 0613
    6/13/03
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    An hour-long conversation with Democratic Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York, in which she discusses her memoirs "Living History" and her goals as a politician, her outlook on the the war in Iraq, and her positions on health care and economic policy.
  • A Rebroadcast Of A Conversation In Remembrance Of David Brinkley
    A remembrance of ABC newsman David Brinkley with a rebroadcast of a past appearance on program (from November 6, 1996).
  • A panel discussion about escalating violence between the Israeli government and Palestinian organizations with Shibley Telhami of the University of Maryland and the Brookings Institution, Muhammad Muslih of Long Island University, and Akiva Eldar of the Israeli newspaper
  • 6/11/03
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    An hour conversation with the Secretary of the Treasury John Snow about the future of the economy during war-time, the rise of China and his defense of the Bush administration's tax cuts.
  • Charlie Rose (June 10, 2003)
    Episode 06.10.03
    6/10/03
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    Charlie Rose Speaks With Ahmed Chalabi, The Co-Founder And Leader Of The Iraqi National Congress, A Group Opposed To Saddam Hussein'S Regime. He Is Currently Working To Establish A New Interim Government In Iraq, And Explains Its Development Progress On The Show.
  • 6/9/03
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    A conversation with Jonathan Alter of
  • A Discussion About Hillary Clinton's Memoir
    6/9/03
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    A conversation about Hillary Clinton and her memoir
  • Charlie Rose (June 6, 2003)
    Episode 06.06.03
    6/6/03
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    First, A Debate About The Media'S Portrayal Of The War In Iraq Between Christopher Hitchens Of Vanity Fair And Eric Alterman Of The Nation. Then, The Fourth And Final Installment Of An Interview With The Chairman Of Intel, Andrew Grove.
  • Charlie Rose (June 5, 2003)
    Episode 06.05.03
    6/5/03
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    First, Alex Jones Of Harvard University On The Resignations Of Howell Raines And Gerald Boyd From The New York Times Following The Jayson Blair Scandal At The Newspaper. Then, Bernard Lewis, Professor At Princeton, On Islam, The Middle East, And His Book, The Crisis Of Islam. Last, The Third And Second To Last Installment Of An Interview With The Chairman Of Intel, Andrew Grove.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 4, 2003)
    Episode 06.04.03
    6/4/03
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    Attorney David Boies Shares His Opinions On Broadcasting Television In The Courtroom, His Litigation On Behalf Of The Us Government, And The Martha Stewart Case. Also, The Second Installment Of A Four Part Conversation With Andrew Grove, The Chairman Of Intel.
  • Charlie Rose (June 3, 2003)
    Episode 06.03.03
    6/3/03
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    A Talk About The Possibility Of An Indictment Against Martha Stewart With Jeffrey Toobin, Legal Analyst For Cnn, Adrian Michaels, Reporter For The Financial Times, And Charles Gasparino, Senior Reporter For The Wall Street Journal. Then, Howard Dean On His Candidacy For The Democratic Nomination For President. Finally, Sports Journalist Chris Ballard Previews The Upcoming Nba Finals.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 2, 2003)
    Episode 06.02.03
    6/2/03
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    Michael Powell, Chairman Of The Federal Communications Commission, Discusses An Fcc Ruling That Allows Corporations To Buy Additional Television Stations And Newspaper Outlets In Any Given City. Next, A Look At An Important Meeting In Egypt Between Arab Countries And The Untied States, With Analysts Stephen Cohen, Martin Indyk And Raghida Dergham. Also, The Second Part Of An Interview With Andrew Grove, The Chairman Of The Intel Corporation.moreless
  • 5/30/03
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    An hour-long conversation via California with Thomas Friedman, columnist of
  • Charlie Rose (May 29, 2003)
    Episode 05.29.03
    5/29/03
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    A Conversation About The Relationship Between Russia And The United States As President Bush Meets With President Putin In St. Petersburg With Stephen Cohen, Professor At New York University, And Anatol Lieven, Senior Associate With The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace.Then, A Conversation With Roger Angell Of The New Yorker About Major League Baseball And His New Book, Game Time: A Baseball Companion.Finally, A Roundtable Discussion About A New Study That Suggests Hormone Replacement Therapy May Increase The Risk Of Dementia With Dr. Sylvia Smoller And Dr. William Frishman, Co-Authors Of The Study, And Dr. Steven Goldstein, Professor At New York University'S School Of Medicine.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 28, 2003)
    Episode 05.28.03
    5/28/03
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    First, Senator Joseph Biden Of Delaware On American Foreign Policy, Specifically Regarding Post-War Reconstruction In Iraq And The President'S Upcoming Meeting With Leaders Of The Palestinian Authority And Israel.Later, Jann Wenner, The Owner And Publisher Of Rolling Stone, Us Weekly, And Men'S Journal On The Relationship Between Magazines And Culture.
  • Charlie Rose (May 27, 2003)
    Episode 05.27.03
    5/27/03
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    A Look At The Transatlantic Alliance With Philip Gordon Of The Brookings Institution, Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post, And Lionel Barber Of The Financial Times.Then, The Winner Of The Indianapolis 500 Automobile Race, Gil De Ferran, Talks About His Victory.Also, A Discussion Of The Season'S Most Anticipated New Books With Malcolm Jones, Senior Writer At Newsweek, Laura Miller, Senior Writer At Salon.Com, Robert Hughes Of The Wall Street Journal, And Sarah Gold, Non-Fiction Editor At Publisher'S Weekly.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 26, 2003)
    Episode 05.26.03
    5/26/03
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    Four Photographers From Time Magazine, Robert Nickelsberg, Kate Brooks, James Nachey, And Yuri Kozyrev, Discuss Their Work From Iraq, Published In The Book, 21 Days To Baghdad.Then, A Discussion About The Advancing Technologies Of Prenatal Care With Alexander Tsiaris, Author Of From Conception To Birth: A Life Unfolds, And Dr. Amos Drunebaum, Director Of Clinical Maternal-Fetal Medicine At The Weill Cornell Medical Center.Finally, The Author Jane Juska Shares Her New Book, A Round-Heeled Woman, A Chronicle Of Her Adventures In Sex And Romance Late In Life.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 23, 2003)
    Episode 05.23.03
    5/23/03
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    The Author And Senior Fellow At The U.S. Council On Foreign Relations Walter Russell Mead On How American Foreign Policy Has Changed The World.Also, A Discussion Of Golf With Author John Feinstein, Specifically On Annika Sorenstam, The U.S. Open, And The Masters Tournament.Last, Michael Lewis, Author Of Money Ball, On Strategies For Improving Major League Baseball Teams.moreless
  • 5/22/03
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    A conversation with British director Kenneth Branagh and actors/playwrights Sean Foley and Hamish McColl about their play
  • A Conversation About The Documentary "only The Strong Survive".
    A conversation with filmmakers D.A. Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus about their documentary
  • Talk Show Host Jon Stewart
    Episode 05.21.03
    5/21/03
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    A conversation with the host of
  • Author Sidney Blumenthal
    Author Sidney Blumenthal
    Episode 05.20.03
    5/20/03
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    A conversation with the author Sidney Blumenthal about his book
  • 5/20/03
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    A conversation with human rights activist Saad Ibrahim, professor of political sociology at American University in Cairo, about democracy and civil rights in the Middle East.
  • Dean Kim Clark
    Episode 05.19.03
    5/19/03
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    A conversation with the Dean of the Harvard Business School Kim Clark about scandals in the corporate sector, the American job market and the state of the economy.
  • A Conversation About Hollywood With Tom Rothman
    A conversation with chairman of Fox Film Entertainment Tom Rothman about the successful X-Men franchise and his other Hollywood projects.
  • A Conversation About The Fda
    Episode 05.16.03
    5/16/03
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    A conversation with the commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration Mark McClellan about his reform agenda for the FDA.
  • Charlie Rose (May 15, 2003)
    Episode 05.15.03
    5/15/03
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    The Assistant Managing Editor At Newsweek And Biographer Evan Thomas Introduces His New Profile Of The U.S. Naval Hero From The Revolutionary War, John Paul Jones.Also, Author And Professor Of History At Boston University Robert Dallek Talks About His Book On John F. Kennedy, An Unfinished Life.
  • A conversation with former ambassador to Saudi Arabia Richard Murphy, and CNN correspondent David Ensor, about the suicide bombings in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, and al-Qaeda's claiming responsibility.
  • A Conversation About Terrorism In The Middle East
    A conversation with ambassadors Frank Wisner of the U.S., and Javad Zarif of Iran about the reconstruction in Iraq and terrorism in the Middle East.
  • 5/13/03
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    A conversation about the highly-anticipated film
  • A Conversation About The Impact Of "the Matrix" Trilogy
    A conversation about the cultural implications of and obsession with
  • Mountain Climber Ed Viesturs
    Episode 05.12.03
    5/12/03
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    A conversation with mountain climber Ed Viesturs about his quest to summit the world's 14 tallest peaks and his book
  • Director Christopher Guest
    Director Christopher Guest
    Episode 05.12.03
    5/12/03
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    A conversation with comedic director Christopher Guest about his mockumentary
  • Charlie Rose (May 9, 2003)
    Episode 05.09.03
    5/9/03
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    One Month After U.S. Forces Seized Baghdad, Jane Arraf Of Cnn Talks About Reconstruction Efforts There.Then, A Conversation With Matt Dillon, Director And Actor In The Film City Of Ghosts.Also, Spanish Actor Javier Bardem Talks About His Performance In The New Film, The Dancer Upstairs, Directed By John Malkovich.
  • A discussion with actors Helen Hunt, Brent Spiner, Linda Emond, and John Turturro, about their work in the play
  • Robert L. Johnson About Basketball
    5/8/03
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    A conversation with CEO and founder of BET Robert L. Johnson about his potential partnership with Michael Jordan in a new NBA team based in Charlotte.
  • Charlie Rose (May 7, 2003)
    Episode 05.07.03
    5/7/03
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    Former Mayor Of Jerusalem And Vice Prime Minister Of Israel Ehud Olmert Sheds Light On Developments In The Middle East Peace Process.Also, An Interview With Architect Rem Koolhaas On His Designs And Guest-Editing Of Wired Magazine For A Special Issue.
  • A conversation with John Miller, former correspondent for ABC News and current head of counterterrorism for the Los Angeles Police Department, about his interview with Osama bin-Laden and his book
  • A Conversation About The Cia With Milt Bearden
    A conversation with former CIA agent Milt Bearden about his 30 year career and his book “The Main Enemy: The Inside Story of the CIA’s Final Showdown with the KGB”.
  • Charlie Rose (May 5, 2003)
    Episode 05.05.03
    5/5/03
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    The Host Of This Week On Abc, George Stephanopoulos, Talks About Moderating The First Debate In South Carolina Among The Democrats Seeking Presidential Nomination.Then, A Roundtable Discussion About The Democratic Candidates With Bill Schneider Of Cnn, Adam Nagourney And Dan Balz Of The New York Times, And Mark Halperin Of Abc News.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 2, 2003)
    Episode 05.02.03
    5/2/03
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    A Conversation About Donald Rumsfeld'S Work As Secretary Of Defense With Fareed Zakaria Of Newsweek, Former Pentagon Official Ken Adelman, Michael O'Hanlon Of The Brookings Institution And Thomas Ricks Of The Washington Post.Then, Charlie Is Joined By Kurt Eichenwald Of The New York Times, Allan Sloan Of Newsweek, And Floyd Norris Of The New York Times For A Discussion About The Enron Corporate Scandal.moreless
  • Brian Ross About Al-qaeda
    Brian Ross About Al-qaeda
    Episode 05.01.03
    5/1/03
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    A conversation with Brian Ross, chief investigative correspondent for ABC News, about the arrest of a group of individuals associated with al-Qaeda.
  • A discussion with Shibley Telhami of the Brookings Institution, former ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk, Israel's Consul General Alon Pinkas, and former Democratic Senator George Mitchell of Maine, about the road map to peace in the Middle East.
  • Actor John Malkovich
    Episode 04.30.03
    4/30/03
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    An hour conversation with actor John Malkovich about his directorial debut
  • A discussion with Deputy Director of the French Institute for International Relations Dominique Moisi and author Pascal Bruckner about the influence of the war in Iraq on French politics.
  • Bernard-henri Levy About Daniel Pearl
    4/29/03
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    A conversation from Paris with French philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Levy about his book
  • 4/28/03
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    An hour conversation and tour of the
  • 4/25/03
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    David Sanger, White House Correspondent For The New York Times, Provides Updates On Relations Between The United States And North Korea. Also, A Celebration Of The 50Th Anniversary Of The First Successful Climb Of Mount Everest With The Sons Of The Record-Setters, Peter Hillary And Jamling Tenzing Norgay. Last, A Conversation With Alan Brinkley, A Historian, On His Appointment As Provost Of Columbia University.moreless
  • 4/24/03
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    David Martin From Cbs News On The Surrender Of Tariq Aziz, The Number Two Official In Saddam Hussein'S Regime. Then, The Story Of The Looting Of Invaluable Antiquities From The Ancient Civilization Of Iraq With Philippe De Montebello Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Timothy Potts Of The Campbell Museum, And Frank Rich Of The New York Times. Also, The Cast Of The Broadway Revival Nine, Antonio Banderas, Chita Rivera, Mary Stewart Masterson And Jane Krakowski, And Their Performances.moreless
  • 4/23/03
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    Dennis Ross Of The Washington Institute For Near East Policy And Henry Siegman Of The Council On Foreign Relations Talk About The Significance Of The Appointment Of A New Palestinian Prime Minister, Mahmoud Abbas. Then, A Talk Spokesperson For The Syrian Foreign Ministry, Buthaina Shaaban, About His Nation'S Plans Following The Iraq War. Finally, A Short Conversation With Boxing Champion Roy Jones, Jr.moreless
  • 4/22/03
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    A conversation with Secretary of State Colin Powell about North Korea, terrorism, the Middle East conflict and the post-war governing of Iraq.
  • 4/21/03
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    A Panel Discussion About North Korea With Three Foreign Policy Experts Who Have Just Returned From The Region, Joseph Nye Of Harvard University, Robert Einhorn Of The Center For Strategic And International Studies, And James Hoge Of Foreign Affairs. Also, Norm Ornstein Of The American Enterprise Institute Looks At Bush'S Economic Policy And His Commitment To Tax Cuts. Finally, Manning Marable Of Columbia University Talks About The Meaning Of Race In The United States Today.moreless
  • Iranian Author Azar Nafisi
    Iranian Author Azar Nafisi
    Episode 04.18.03
    4/18/03
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    A conversation with Iranian scholar Azar Nafisi of Johns Hopkins University about her memoir “Reading Lolita In Tehran: A Memoir In Books” which explores her exile from Iran due to her teaching of Western literature after the 1979 revolution.
  • 4/18/03
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    A conversation with professor Harold Bloom of Yale University about his book
  • 4/16/03
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    Three Guests Share Their Opinions On The Current State Of Affairs In Iraq Four Weeks After The American Military Operation Began. First, Jon Lee Anderson Of The New Yorker Speaks From Baghdad. Then, Dr. Imad Moustapha, Syrian Ambassador To The United States, Weighs In. Last, The Chief News Executive Of Cnn, Eason Jordan, Describes His Recent, Controversial Op-Ed In The New York Times Relating To The Reconstruction Efforts.moreless
  • 4/15/03
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    The Assistant Managing Editor At Newsweek And Biographer Evan Thomas Introduces His New Profile Of The Us Naval Hero From The Revolutionary War, John Paul Jones. Also, Author And Professor Of History At Boston University Robert Dallek Talks About His Book On John F. Kennedy, An Unfinished Life.
  • 4/14/03
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    White House Correspondent For The New York Times David Sanger Analyzes The News That The Iraqi City Considered To Be Saddam Hussein'S Last Stronghold Has Fallen To Coalition Forces. Next, A Conversation With Edward Djerjian, A Former Ambassador To Syria And Israel, And Robin Wright Of The Los Angles Times, About America'S Relationship With Syria. Finally, Actors Kirk, Michael, And Cameron Douglas Talk About Their Performances Together In It Runs In The Family.moreless
  • Jordan's Queen Noor
    Jordan's Queen Noor
    Episode 04.11.03
    4/11/03
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    A conversation with Queen Noor of Jordan about her memoir
  • Cnn's Wolf Blitzer
    Episode 04.11.03
    4/11/03
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    A conversation with Wolf Blitzer of CNN about the preparations taking place in Iraq for an assault on Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit.
  • An hour panel discussion about America's foreign policy regarding Iraq and its role in the global community. Panelists include: Leon Wieseltier, Literary Editor of
  • Charlie Rose (April 9, 2003)
    Episode 04.09.03
    4/9/03
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    Jon Lee Anderson Of The New Yorker Discusses What Appears Now To Be The Toppling Of Saddam Hussein'S Regime In Baghdad. Then, David Martin Of Cbs News Looks At The Day'S Events From A Military Perspective. Next, Khidir Hamza, An Iraqi Who Formerly Worked As A Nuclear Scientist For Saddam Hussein, Reflects On His Experiences. Javier Solana, Representative For The Common Foreign And Security Policy For The European Union, Sheds Light On The E.U.'S Role In The Iraq Conflict. Finally, A Conversation With R.W. Johnny Apple Of The New York Times.moreless
  • 4/8/03
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    A conversation about the future of the U.S' role in Iraq with Tony Judt of the Remarque Institute at New York University, Michael Kinsley of Slate.com, and David Brooks of
  • A Conversation About The Military's Peacekeeping Mission In Iraq
    A conversation with Thomas Ricks of
  • Charlie Rose (April 7, 2003)
    Episode 04.07.03
    4/7/03
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    A Discussion Of Coalition Forces' Military Operations In Baghdad With Ambassador Richard Holbrooke In The Studio, Wolf Blitzer From Cnn In Kuwait City, And Melinda Liu From Newsweek In Baghdad. Also, Mark Bowden On An Article He Wrote About Saddam Hussein For The New York Times.
  • Charlie Rose (April 4, 2003)
    Episode 04.04.03
    4/4/03
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    David Sanger Of The New York Times Explains The Current Military Challenge For Coalition Forces In Iraq.||Then, A March 16, 1993 Interview With The Journalist Michael Kelly, Who Lost His Life In Iraq At Age 46.||Also, Shibley Telhami, Professor At The University Of Maryland And Senior Fellow At The Brookings Institution, And Judith Kipper, Director Of The Middle East Forum At The Council On Foreign Relations, Discuss The Likelihood Of American Forces Taking Control Of Baghdad.||Finally, Mark Malloch Brown Of The United Nations Development Program Talks About The Un'S Role In Iraq.moreless
  • An Update On The Battle In Baghdad With Jon Lee Anderson
    A conversation via Baghdad with Jon Lee Anderson of
  • Ken Pollack
    Episode 04.03.03
    4/3/03
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    A conversation with the Director for research at the Saban Center for Middle East Policy and former CIA analyst Ken Pollack about the significance of the American military's advance towards Baghdad.
  • Charlie Rose (April 2, 2003)
    Episode 04.02.03
    4/2/03
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    Updates On The War In Iraq From Journalists Frederik Balfour Of Businessweek, Who Is Traveling With The 3D Infantry Division In Baghdad, And Colin Soloway Of Newsweek, Who Is With The 101St Airborne Division. Also, An Interview With Retired United States Air Force Major General Perry Smith On The Progress Of The Entire Military Campaign In Iraq. Then, David Sanger Of The New York Times Explores The Possibilities Of Saddam Hussein'S Whereabouts. Finally, A Talk With David Blunkett, Home Secretary Of The United Kingdom, On Counterterrorism Efforts.moreless
  • A Talk With Jim Hoagland
    A Talk With Jim Hoagland
    Episode 04.01.03
    4/1/03
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    A conversation with Jim Hoagland of
  • A Report From Alex Perry
    Episode 04.01.03
    4/1/03
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    A conversation via Karbala, Iraq with Alex Perry of
  • A discussion about the intensification of American attacks in and around Baghdad with John Burns of
  • A Discussion About Iran With Javad Zarif
    3/31/03
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    A conversation with Javad Zarif, Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, about relations between the United States and Iran and his nation's neutrality concerning the Iraq war.
  • A Conversation About Donald Rumsfeld With Bob Woodward
    A conversation with Bob Woodward of
  • David Martin, the National Security Correspondent for CBS News, discusses the public disagreement between Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld and General William Wallace, the commander of the Army forces in the Persian Gulf, over battlefield strategy. Martin also addresses Rumsfeld's threats against Syria and Iran to stop aiding anti-U.S. forces or face retaliation.moreless
  • A Conversation About Iraq With Ken Pollack
    3/27/03
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    A conversation with Ken Pollack, CNN analyst and author, about military conflict and strategies for Iraq.
  • Reporter John Burns
    Episode 03.27.03
    3/27/03
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    A conversation with John Burns of
  • 3/26/03
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    Rod Norland, Correspondent For Newsweek And Michael Elliott Of Time Explain The Day'S Events In Iraq. Then, Retired Lt. General William Odom, Fazwaz George From Sarah Lawrence College, And Dana Priest Of The Washington Post Discuss The Anticipated Battle In Baghdad. Also, From Washington, White House Correspondent For The New York Times, David Sanger, And Ziauddin Sardar, Author Of Why Do People Hate America, Share Their Perceptions Of The Progress Of The War.moreless
  • 3/25/03
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    A Conversation With Jon Lee Anderson Of The New Yorker About The Expected Military Conflict In Baghdad. Then, A Dialogue With David Martin Of Cbs News, About Potential Military Strategies In The Event Of Such A Battle. Also, Thomas Friedman Of The New York Times Talks About Rebuilding Iraq Once The War Is Over And A New Documentary About The Origins Of The September 11Th Terrorist Attacks, Searching For The Roots Of 9/11.moreless
  • 3/24/03
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    First, Updates Of The Military Conflict In Iraq From Jon Lee Anderson Of The New Yorker And David Martin Of The New York Times. Then, An Interview With Senator Richard Lugar Of Indiana About His Perceptions Of The War In Iraq. Last, Evan Thomas Of Newsweek Discusses The Psychological War Being Waged Against Saddam Hussein.moreless
  • 3/21/03
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    Reports From David Martin Of The New York Times And Retired General Joseph W. Ralston On The Third Day Of The War In Iraq. Also, William Cohen, Former Secretary Of Defense, Analyzes The Developments Thus Far. Then, Jane Arraf From Cnn Discusses The Turkish Troops In Iraq And Elisabeth Bumiller From The New York Times Shares Information On Where The White House Believes Saddam Hussein May Be Hiding. Finally, Professor Shibley Telhami Of The University Of Marland Talks About The Arab Reaction To The War.moreless
  • 3/20/03
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    Ken Pollack, Cnn Analyst And Director Of Research At The Saban Center For Middle East Policy At The Brookings Institution, Talks About The Progress Of The War Against Iraq And His Book, The Threatening Storm: The Case For Invading Iraq. Then, A Conversation With Senator Joseph Biden Of Delaware On What May Happen In Iraq After The War Is Over. Also, Former Senator Gary Hart On The Ongoing Threat Of Terrorism Against The United States.moreless
  • 3/19/03
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    A phone conversation with David Sanger of
  • 3/18/03
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    An interview with Bill Kristol, editor of
  • A Panel Discussion About President Bush's Ultimatum For Saddam Hussein
    A roundtable discussion of President Bush's ultimatum to Saddam Hussein demanding that he leave Iraq or face military action, with Dana Milbank of
  • Jonathan Schell of
  • 3/14/03
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    David Sanger Of The New York Times Talks About The Uncertain Fate Of The United Nations Security Council Resolution Regarding A War With Iraq. Then, French Actress Jeanne Moreau Discusses Her New Film, Cet Amour-La, In Which She Plays A Writer Who Falls In Love With A Man Almost 40 Years Her Junior. To Conclude, An Interview With Actress Jessica Lange On Her Performance In The Film Normal And Her Opposition To The War.moreless
  • 3/13/03
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    Felicity Barringer, Un Bureau Chief For The New York Times, Discusses Ongoing Talks About The United Nations Resolution Regarding Iraq. Then, A Dialogue Between Professor Stanley Hoffmann Of Harvard And Fareed Zakaria Of Newsweek About Possible Consequences Of American Unilateral Action In Iraq. Finally, Zbigniew Brzezinski Of The Center For Strategic And International Studies In Washington Weighs In On The Potential Continuation Of Diplomatic Talks With Iraq.moreless
  • 3/12/03
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    Patrick Tyler, Chief Of The London Bureau Of The New York Times, Talks About The United States' Campaign To Garner Support For The Un Security Council Resolution On Invasion Of Iraq. Then, Amy Goodman Of Pacifia Radio Explores The Opposition Movement To The Possibility Of War.
  • 3/11/03
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    An Interview With Sir Jeremy Greenstock, The British Ambassador To The United Nations, On His Role In Crafting The Resolution Regarding War With Iraq. Also, Senator Chuck Hagel Shares His Reservations About Going To War Without Support Of The United Nations. Then, George Papandreou, The Foreign Minister Of Greece, Discusses His Nation'S Sentiments Towards The Resolution.moreless
  • 3/10/03
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    Germany'S Ambassador To The United Nations, Wolfgang Ischinger, On His Country'S Opposition To The Un Security Council Resolution Regarding War With Iraq. Then, Scholar Fouad Ajami, Director Of Middle East Studies At The School For Advanced International Studies At Johns Hopkins University, Discusses His Article, Iraq And The Arabs' Future, Which Recently Appeared In Foreign Affairs.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 7, 2003)
    Episode 03.07.03
    3/7/03
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    A Look At The Debate Over The Un Security Council Resolution Concerning War With Iraq With Andrea Koppel Of Cnn. Then, Richard Haass, Director Of Policy Planning At The State Department Discusses Amendments To The Resolution And What He Thinks The Vote Will Be Next Week. Finally, David Sanger Of The New York Times And Michael Ignatieff Of The Kennedy School Of Government At Harvard Provide An Overview Of Recent Developments Concerning Hans Blix'S Reports From Iraq And Talks At The Un.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 6, 2003)
    Episode 03.06.03
    3/6/03
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    A Dialogue With Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post And Jonathan Schell Of The Nation Discuss President Bush'S Recent Statement That He Does Not Believe That The United States Needs The Approval Of The Un Before Waging War Against Iraq. Also, Actor Christopher Walken Reflects On His Career And Talks About His Role In The New Film, Catch Me If You Can, Which Also Stars Leonardo Dicaprio.moreless
  • Brian Cox
    Episode 03.05.03
    3/5/03
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    Brian Cox looks back at his long and accomplished acting career, first in television and on the stage, and then in film. He also talks about his views on a potential war with Iraq and discusses his recent roles in the films
  • Charlie Rose (March 4, 2003)
    Episode 03.04.03
    3/4/03
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    Ron Brownstein Of The Los Angeles Times Discusses George W. Bush'S Leadership Style And Political Agenda. Then, Senior Associate At The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, Robert Kagan, Talks About His New Book, Of Paradise And Power: America And Europe And The New World Order.
  • Charlie Rose (March 3, 2003)
    Episode 03.03.03
    3/3/03
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    A Discussion Of The Arrest Of A Top Al-Qaeda Operative, Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, With Brian Ross Of Abc News And Former Cia Director Robert Gates. Then, Pakistan'S Ambassador To The United Nations, Munir Akram, On The Arrest. Finally, A Look At The Selection Of Architect Daniel Liebskind'S Design For The World Trade Center Memorial, With Architecture Critique For The New York Times Herbert Muschamp And Reporter Edward Wyatt.moreless
  • 2/28/03
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    The Turkish Ambassador To The United Nations, Faruk Logoglu, Explains Opposition Among His People To A War In Iraq. Then, A Conversation With Cbs News Anchor Dan Rather On His Interview With Saddam Hussein, Which Has Made Him The Only American Reporter To Have Spoken With The Iraqi Leader In The Last 10 Years.moreless
  • 2/27/03
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    Larry Silverstein, The Leaseholder And Builder For The World Trade Center Site, Discusses The Selection Of Daniel Liebskind'S 9/11 Memorial Design.||Also, A Remembrance Of Fred Rogers, The Host Of Mr. Roger'S Neighborhood, That Includes Rebroadcasts Of Interviews From September 20, 2004 And May 13, 1997.
  • 2/26/03
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    David Sanger of
  • 2/25/03
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    Michael Ignatieff of the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and Jonathan Schell of
  • Dale Bumpers
    Dale Bumpers
    Episode 02.24.03
    2/24/03
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    Former former Democratic senator Dale Bumpers of Arkansas discusses his new memoir,
  • Bernard Kouchner, co-founder of Doctors Without Borders, weighs in on the possibility of war with Iraq, the possibility for a humanitarian crisis and efforts being made to prepare for such an event.
  • 2/21/03
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    A look at the military and terrorist threat posed by Iraq and possible responses to it with Ken Pollack, author of
  • Kurt Russell
    Kurt Russell
    Episode 02.21.03
    2/21/03
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    Actor Kurt Russell talks about his new movie
  • 2/20/03
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    The British Ambassador To The United Nations, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, On His Role In The Dialogue Between The United States And Great Britain About Drafting A New Un Resolution Directed At Saddam Hussein. Also, A Look At The Hbo Series Six Feet Under, With Writer/Creator Alan Ball And Actors Frances Conroy, Peter Krause, And Michael Hall.moreless
  • 2/19/03
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    An Interview With Harvard Professor Stanley Hoffmann On American Foreign Policy Towards Iraq And The United States' Function In The United Nations. Then, English Author Noreena Hertz On Globalization And Her Book, The Silent Takeover: Globalization And The Death Of Democracy.
  • 2/17/03
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    A Discussion Of The Movie The Life Of David Gale, With Director Sir Alan Parker And Actors Kevin Spacey, Kate Winslet, And Laura Linney. Then, Actor Ralph Fiennes And Director David Cronenberg Talk About Their Work On The Film Spider.
  • 2/14/03
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    State Department Correspondent For Cnn Andrea Koppel Explains Recent Developments At The United Nations Regarding Weapons Inspections In Iraq. Then, An Interview With Former Secretary Of State Madeline Albright On American Policy Toward Iraq. Also, Javad Zarif, Iranian Ambassador To The United Nations, Shares His Reactions To A New Report Issued By Hans Blix At The Un.moreless
  • 2/13/03
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    Two Conversations Concerning Iraqi Disarmament. First, Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger Discusses The Options For The United States In Light Of The Strong Opposition From Many Other Nations. Then, Thomas Friedman, Columnist For The New York Times, Explains Why He Believes That The Weapons Inspections In Iraq Should Be Prolonged.moreless
  • 2/12/03
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    Chief Correspondent For The New York Times Patrick Tyler Discusses The Elevated Terror Alert. Also, A Dialogue With Bill Emmott, Editor Of The Economist, About His New Book, 20:21 Vision: 20Th Century Lessons For The 21St. Then, The Architect David Rockwell Discusses His Work And New Book, Pleasure. Finally, A Talk About The Recent Westminster Dog Show With Winning Trainer Bill Mcfadden And Analyst David Frei.moreless
  • 2/11/03
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    A Conversation About The Conflicting Opinions Among Members Of The United Nations Security Council Regarding Policy In Iraq With Ronald Asmus, Former Deputy Assistant Secretary Of State, And Philip Gordon, Director Of The Center On The United States And France. Then, Architect Rafael Vinoly, One Of The Finalists In The Competition To Design The World Trade Center Memorial, On His Design.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of a discussion with director Rob Marshall and actors Queen Latifah, Richard Gere and Renee Zellweger about their film adaptation of the Broadway musical
  • 2/7/03
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    An Examination Of Ongoing Preparations For War At The Pentagon With Michael Gordon, The Chief Military Correspondent Of The New York Times. Also, Bob Balaban, Actor, Director, And Author Of Children'S Books, On Directing The Play, The Exonerated.
  • 2/6/03
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    First, Former Ambassador To The United Nations, Richard Holbrooke, On Colin Powell'S Testimonies About Iraq At The United Nations And To The Us Congress. Also, Director Stephen Daldry Discusses His Work On The Film The Hours, Which Was Adapted From The Michael Cunningham Novel Of The Same Name. Finally, The Writer Hunter S. Thompson Explicates His Opposition To A War With Iraq.moreless
  • 2/5/03
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    Sir Jeremy Greenstock, The British Ambassador To The United Nations, Looks At Colin Powell'S Case That The United Nations Must Seek To Disarm Iraq. Then, Richard Perle, Former Pentagon Official And Fellow At The American Enterprise Institute, Predicts The Consequences Of Powell'S Testimony. Also, A Talk With The Irish Actress Fiona Shaw On Her Role In A Production Of Medea On Broadway.moreless
  • Writer Stuart Eizenstat discusses his book,
  • A Discussion About Colin Powell's Case For War Before The Un
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  • 2/3/03
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    Robert Bazell, Chief Science Correspondent For Nbc News, Guest Hosts A Conversation About The Space Shuttle Columbia Disaster With Jerry Linenger, Astronaut And Member Of The Russian Space Station Mir, Senator Sam Brownback Of Kansas, And David Sanger Of The New York Times. Then, An Interview With Actor Michael Caine About His Life, Career, And New Film, The Quiet American, An Allegorical Story About The Vietnam War.moreless
  • 1/31/03
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    A Dialogue With Bob Schieffer Of Cbs News And Anchor Of Face The Nation, About The Possibility Of War With Iraq And His New Book, This Just In: What I Couldn'T Tell You On Television. Also, The Gossip Columnist Liz Smith Reflects On Her Career On The Occasion Of Her 80Th Birthday. Finally, The Author Richard Price Discusses His New Novel, Samaritan.moreless
  • 1/30/03
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    Professor At The Kennedy School At Harvard University And Former Adviser To Four United States Presidents, David Gergen, Discusses The Presidency Of George W. Bush. Also, French Art Historian Pierre Schneider Talks About His Work And New Book, Matisse.
  • 1/28/03
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    First, Senator Joseph Lieberman And Fred Rose, Former Senator Of Tennessee, Discuss The Impact Of The President'S State Of The Union Address. Then, Historian Alan Brinkley Of Columbia University And Journalist Roger Cohen Of The New York Times Talk About The Foreign Policy Laid Out In The Address. Later, A Discussion With David Brooks Of The Weekly Standard, Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post, Michael Kinsley Of Slate.Com, And David Frum, Former Speechwriter For President Bush, About The Speech'S Possible Consequences.moreless
  • 1/27/03
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    Conversations From Davos, Switzerland, About The World Economic Forum. First, Senator Joseph Biden Shares His Experiences At The Forum. Then, Journalists John Simpson Of The Bbc And Nigel Roberts Of Cnbc Europe Weigh In On International Reactions To The Bush Administration'S Policies.
  • 1/23/03
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    In 2002, For The Third Year In A Row, The Market Closed With Significant Declines. If 2003 Is Also A Recesssive Year, It Will Mark The First Four Consecutive Declines Since The Period Between 1929 And 1932. Here To Reflect On The State Of The Market And I
  • 1/22/03
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    The Foreign Minister Of Pakistan, Khurshid Kasuri, Discusses Policy Towards Iraq, Nuclear Weapons, Osama Bin Laden, And Us-Pakistani Relations. Also, Actor Ray Liotta Talks About His Career And Performance In The Independent Film, Narc.
  • 1/21/03
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    Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post Responds To Recent Speeches Made By Members Of The Bush Administration Concerning Iraq. Also, The Publisher Of The New York Post On His Father Rupert Murdoch'S Company, News Corp. Finally, Journalist And Author Pete Hamill On His New Book, Forever, A Novel Which Ambitiously Weaves Together Historical Events.moreless
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    Actor George Clooney discusses some of his previous roles and his directorial debut,
  • 1/17/03
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    First, A Conversation With Architect Daniel Liebskind About Presenting His Design For The World Trade Center Memorial To The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation. Then, Actor Dennis Quaid Talks About His Performance In The Film Far From Heaven And Previous Roles.
  • 1/16/03
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    The British Ambassador To The United Nations, Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Provides Updates On The Possibility Of War With Iraq And The Ongoing Search For Weapons Of Mass Destruction. Also, The Writer And Director Nora Ephron Shares Her New Play, Imaginary Friends, About Lillian Hellman And Mary Mccarthy.
  • 1/15/03
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    Adrien Brody Discusses His Role In The Film The Pianist, In Which He Plays A Polish Jew During The Holocaust. Then, Actress Diane Lane Reflects On Previous Roles And Talks About Her New Film, Unfaithful, And Its Bold Portrayal Of Infidelity.
  • A discussion of the film adaptation of the Broadway musical
  • 1/13/03
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    First, Steve Case On His Decision To Step Down As Chairman Of The Media Corporation Aol Time Warner. Also, Journalist Walter Isaacson Talks About Leaving His Position As Chairman Of Cnn To Become The President And Ceo Of The Aspen Insitute, A Nonprofit Organization.
  • 1/10/03
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    Film Director Spike Lee And Actor Edward Norton Talk About Their Work On The Film 25Th Hour, Which Chronicles A Man'S Final Day Before Beginning His Seven-Year Prison Sentence. Also, The Author John Updike Discusses His Newest Novel, Seek My Face.
  • 1/9/03
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    Actor John C. Reilly Discusses His Performances In Three Of The Year'S Major Films, The Hours, Gangs Of New York, And Chicago. Then, Actor Jason Patric Talks About His Role In The Film Narc, In Which He Plays An Undercover Narcotics Detective.
  • 1/8/03
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    White House Communications Director Dan Bartlett On His Role As Adviser To George W. Bush And The President'S Agenda. Also, A Roundtable Discussion About Architecture Proposals For Ground Zero With Architects Charles Gwathmey, Steven Holl, Peter Eisenman, And Richard Meier.
  • 1/7/03
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    A Dialogue About The President'S Economic Stimulus Plan With Peter Fisher, The Treasury Undersecretary For Domestic Finance, And Pete Peterson, Chairman And Co-Founder Of The Blackstone Group. Then, An Interview With Actor Michael Caine About His Life, Career, And New Film, The Quiet American.
  • 1/6/03
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    Donald Gregg, Former Us Ambassador To South Korea, Sheds Light On The Problem Of North Korea'S Nuclear Weapons Program. Also, Congressional Representatives John Spratt And Nancy Pelosi Discuss The Democrats' New Economic Stimulus Plan. Then, Terry Semel, Chairman And Ceo Of Yahoo! Inc. On His Company. Finally, An Interview With David Grubin, The Executive Producer Of A Documentary About The Un Secretary General, Kofi Annan: Center Of The Storm.moreless
  • 1/3/03
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    A Conversation About The Present State And Future Of The American Economy With Floyd Norris, Chief Financial Correspondent For The New York Times. Next, Tom Shales, Television Critic For The Washington Post, And Writer James Andrew Miller Discuss Their Co-Authored Book About Saturday Night Live, Live From New York. Finally, A Talk With Phyllis George, Author Of Never Say Never.moreless
  • 1/2/03
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    Selig Harrison, Author Of Korean Endgame, And Senator Richard Lugar Of Indiana Consider The Options For The United States With Respect To North Korea. Also, Richard Berke Of The New York Times And Jonathan Alter Of Newsweek Discuss The Presidential Candidacy Of Senator John Edwards. Finally, Fashion Writer Alan J. Flusser Talks About His New Book, Dressing The Man.moreless
  • 1/1/03
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    In This Rebroadcast Of An Interview That Originally Aired On December 11, 2002, Lance Armstrong, Four-Time Winner Of The Tour De France, Talks About His Plans For Future Cycling Competitions And His Fight Against Cancer.||Also, An Interview From October 16, 2002, With Dr. Ben Carson, Director Of Pediatric Neurosurgery At Johns Hopkins University, About His Career And His Own Struggle With The Disease.moreless