Charlie Rose - Season 2006

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




Episode Guide

  • A Panel On Race In America
    Episode 01.16.06
    A panel with Carl Rowan of the
  • A Rebroadcast Of An Hour With John Hope Franklin About His Autobiography
    A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with John Hope Franklin, professor Emeritus of History at Duke University about his autobiography
  • 3/7/06
    An hour conversation with Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations. Annan discusses his tenure, the challenges facing the UN in places such as Iran and Darfur and his plans for a broad overhaul of U.N. management.
  • Charlie Rose (March 8, 2006)
    Episode 03.08.06
    Jack Kemp And John Edwards Discuss The Current U.S. Policy Towards Russia And Russian Democracy. Gene Sperling, Former Economic Adviser To President Clinton, Talks About His New Book, "The Pro-Growth Progressive: An Economic Strategy For Shared Prosperity." Finally, An Appreciation Of American Photographer And Renaissance Man Gordon Parks Who Passed Away Yesterday At The Age Of 93.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 9, 2006)
    Episode 03.09.06
    A Discussion On Syria And Lebanon With Walid Jumblatt, Member Of The Parliament Of Lebanon. Then, A Conversation With Michael Steinhardt, Founder Of Steinhardt Partners, On The Importance Of Jewish Culture. Finally, A Interview With Screenwriter Robert Towne, Known For His Work On Films Such As "Chinatown", On His New Project Ask The Dust.moreless
  • 3/10/06
    An hour conversation with Jeffrey Immelt, CEO of General Electric. He discusses the success of GE, named
  • 3/13/06
    Michael Gordon, Chief Military Correspondent For The New York Times, And Former Marine General Bernard Trainor, Also Of The New York Times, Discuss Their Book Cobra Ii. The Book Deals With The Invasion And Occupation Of Iraq. Finally, Charles Duelfer, Former Head Of The Iraq Survey Group, Talks About His Mission To Iraq To Investigate The Weapons Of Mass Destruction.moreless
  • 3/14/06
    Jeffrey Gettleman Of The New York Times Offers Update On Iraq From Baghdad. Then, With Approval Polls In The Low 30S, David Brooks, Columnist For The New York Times, Mike Allen Of Time Magazine, And Republican Strategist Ed Rollins Reflect On The State Of The Bush Administration. Finally, Prominent New York Attorney Eddie Hayes Discusses His New Book "Mouthpiece."moreless
  • 3/15/06
    Bill Sammon, White House Correspondent For The Washington Times, Discusses His New Book "Strategery." Then, Actress Natalie Portman On The Portrayal Of Terrorist Violence In The Controversial New Wachowski Brothers Film, "V For Vendetta." Finally, Tom Perkins, One Of The World'S Leading Venture Capitalists, Discusses His New Novel, "Sex And The Single Zillionaire"moreless
  • 3/16/06
    Zbigniew Brzezinski, Former National Security Advisor To President Jimmy Carter Discusses President Bush'S National Security Strategy Its Reaffirmation Of His Policy Of Preemption. Then, A Discussion About Prevention And Treatment Of Diabetes, Which Has Reached Epidemic Proportions In Much Of The World. Guests Are Marc Santora Of The New York Times, Dr. Mitchell Lazar, Director Of The Institute For Diabetes, Obesity And Metabolism At The University Of Pennsylvania, Dr. Richard Bernstein, Author Of Diabetes Solution: The Complete Guide To Achieving Normal Blood Sugars, And Martin Silink, President-Elect Of The International Diabetes Federation.moreless
  • 3/17/06
    Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wi) Discusses The 2008 Presidential Race And His Motion To Censure President Bush. Then, A Conversation About The New Film Thank You For Smoking With The Author Of The Novel On Which It'S Based, Christopher Buckley, As Well As The Director Jason Reitman, Actor Aaron Eckhart, And Producer David Sacks.moreless
  • An hour discussion about the occupation of and possibilities for the future of Iraq with: Found Ajami of Johns Hopkins University, Jessica Tuchman Mathews, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Leslie Gelb, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, Francis Fukuyama, author of
  • 3/21/06
    Filmmaker Sidney Lumet Talks About His Career In Film. His Films Include 12 Angry Men, Network, And Serpico. His Latest Is Find Me Guilty. Then, A Preview Of The New Ric Burns Documentary On Playwright Eugene O'Neill, Part Of The "American Experience" Series On Pbs.
  • 3/22/06
    An Hour-Long Look At The Threat Of Avian Flu With: Sir Paul Nurse, President, Rockefeller University; Michael Leavitt, Secretary Of Health & Human Services; Dr. Julie Gerberding, Director, Centers For Disease Control; Dr. Harvey Fineberg, President, Institute Of Medicine; Dr. Peter Palese, Mount Sinai School Of Medicine; Dr. David Nabarro, Coordinator, U.N. Response To Avian Flu; And Laurie Garrett, Author And Member Of The Council On Foreign Relations.moreless
  • 3/23/06
    A panel discussion of the 50th anniversary of The Asia Society with its president Vishakha Desai and philanthropist/art collector David Rockefeller. They take a tour through the forthcoming exhibit
  • Editor William F. Buckleyjr.
    Episode 03.24.06
    An hour conversation with William F. BuckleyJr., author and Founder/Editor-at-Large of
  • 3/27/06
    From Damascus, an hour conversation with the president of Syria Bashar al-Assad. He discusses the assassination of Rafik Hariri, the political climate in Syria, the future of the country and its relationship to its bordering states and the United States. He also shares his thoughts on the broader issues of the war in Iraq and terrorism.moreless
  • 3/28/06
    Guest Host Ken Duberstein Talks With Mike Allen Of Time, Roger Simon From Bloomberg News, And Ken Walsh From U.S. News And World Report About The Resignation Of White House Chief Of Staff Andrew Card. Then, Dennis Ross Talks About The Possible Implications Of The Election In Israel With Ziad Asali From The American Task Force On Palestine And David Makovsky From The Washington Institute For Near East Policy. Finally, Former Blogger From Wonkette.Com Ana Marie Cox Talks About Her New Novel Dog Days.moreless
  • Nobel laureate Dr. Harold Varmus, Chairman & CEO of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center guest hosts a conversation with neurobiologist Dr. Eric Kandel, recipient of the Nobel Prize for Medicine. Kandel discusses his research and book
  • 3/30/06
    Cnn'S Anderson Cooper Guest Hosts The First Installment Of A New Four-Part Series, "Road To Innovation." Cooper Talks With Actor And Filmmaker George Clooney And Former Disney Ceo Michael Eisner About The Current State And Uncertain Future Of The Entertainment Industry. Both Men Discuss Their Careers In This Context.
  • 3/31/06
    Guest Host James Fallows From The Atlantic Monthly Talks About Lessons Learned In Vietnam And The U.S. Military Strategy In Iraq With: Lt. Col. John Nagl, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Lewis Sorley, U.S. Army (Retired); And Lt. Col. Conrad Crane, U.S. Army (Retired). Then, A Preview Of The Final Four With Sports Author John Feinstein And Cbs Sports Journalist Billy Packer. Plus, Television Producer Abigail Pogrebin Talks About Her New Book Stars Of David, In Which A Spectrum Of Prominent Jews Discuss Their Lives And Careers.moreless
  • Guest host Bill Moyers talks to philosopher Daniel C. Dennett, the Director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University. Dennett discusses his book
  • Charlie Rose (April 4, 2006)
    Episode 04.04.06
    A Discussion About Immigration Policy With Guest Host Roberto Suro, Director Of The Pew Hispanic Center, Bill Richardson, Governor Of New Mexico, Tamar Jacoby, Senior Fellow At The Manhattan Institute, Gregory Maniatis, Senior Fellow At The Migration Institute, And Mark Krikorian, Executive Director Of The Center For Immigration Studies. Also, A Conversation With David Graeber, Anarchist And Associate Professor Of Anthropology, Yale University.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 5, 2006)
    Episode 04.05.06
    Guest Host Christiane Amanpour Of Cnn Talks With Iran'S Ambassador To The United Nations Javad Zarif About His Nations Nation'S Nuclear Ambitions. She Continues The Conversation About Iranian Nuclear Force With Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Former Uk Special Representative To Iraq, And Former Uk Ambassador To The United Nations.
  • Charlie Rose (April 6, 2006)
    Episode 04.06.06
    Guest Host Brian Williams Of Nbc Nightly News Talks To Jon Meacham, Managing Editor Of Newsweek Magazine, About His New Book American Gospel: God, The Founding Fathers, And The Making Of A Nation. Then, Williams Talks To Marian Wright Edelman, Founder And President Of The Children'S Defense Fund, About The Children Displaced By Hurricane Katrina. Plus, Charlie'S Interview With Vincent Falcone, Author Of Frankly - Just Between Us: My Life Conducting Frank Sinatra'S Music.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 7, 2006)
    Episode 04.07.06
    Guest Host Judy Woodruff Reviews The Week In Politics With James Carney Of Time Magazine And David Sanger Of The New York Times. Also, Guest Host George Packer'S Conversation With General Anthony Zinni, Formerly Of The United States Marine Corps. He Is The Author Of The Battle For Peace: A Frontline Vision Of America'S Power And Purpose, Which Calls For An End To Unilateral Action And An Effort On The Part Of The Us To Work Towards World-Wide Stability And Development.moreless
  • 4/10/06
    Director Of Nyu'S Remarque Institute Tony Judt Talks To Former U.S. Ambassador To Italy Richard Gardner About The Election In Italy. Gardner'S Book Is Called Mission Italy: On The Front Lines Of The Cold War. Then, New York Times Architecture Critic Nicolai Ouroussoff Talks To Architect Frank Gehry About His Current Projects And A Documentary Film By Sydney Pollack Called Sketches Of Frank Gehry.moreless
  • 4/11/06
    Guest Host Richard Holbrooke Leads A Discussion About The Democratic Party And Security Issues With: Les Gelb, President Emeritus Of The Council On Foreign Relations; Peter Beinart, Editor At Large Of The New Republic; Representative Jane Harman (D-Ca); And Joe Klein Of Time. Guest Host Sasha Frere-Jones Of The New Yorker Talks To Musician Fiona Apple About Her Latest Album, Extraordinary Machine, And Her Career In Music. (Broadcast Date: April 11, 2006)moreless
  • 4/12/06
    A Discussion About Iran'S Nuclear Ambitions With Guest Host Daljit Dhaliwal, Gary Sick Of Columbia University, And Joseph Cirincione Of The Carnegie Endowment Of International Peace. Then, William Safire Of The New York Times Discusses The English Language With Jesse Sheidlower, Editor At Large Of The Oxford English Dictionary. Finally, A Conversation With Yue-Sai Kan, Host Of Yue-Sai'S World.moreless
  • Eric Schmidt About Innovations In Technology
    Road to Innovation: Google CEO Eric Schmidt discusses current innovations in technology and its projected impact over the next few years.
  • Road to Innovation: Ivan Seidenberg, CEO of Verizon, discusses current innovations in technology and its projected impact over the next few years.
  • 4/14/06
    Guest Host Jon Meacham, Managing Editor Of Newsweek, Speaks With Garry Wills, Author Of What Jesus Meant, And Kevin Phillips, Author Of American Theocracy. Also, In Honor Of Mozart'S 250Th Birthday, A Conversation With Lorin Maazel, Music Director Of The New York Philharmonic, And James Conlon, Music Director Of The Ravinia Festival.moreless
  • Guest host Barbara Walters talks with Jane Fonda for the hour. Topics include Fonda's film career, her three marriages, her opposition to the wars in Vietnam and Iraq, and her relationship with her children.
  • 4/18/06
    Robert Bazell Discusses Breast Cancer Treatment, Hormone Replacement Therapy And The Challenges Of Deciphering Medical Information With Three Women'S Health Experts: Marcia Stefanick, Chair Of The Women'S Health Initiative Steering Committee At Stanford University, Frances Visco Of The National Breast Cancer Coalition, And Clifford Hudis Of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Then, Guest Host Elvis Mitchell Talks With Writer/Director/Actor Tyler Perry About His Theatrical Productions That Have Become Films And His Infamous Character Madea Through Whose Voice Perry Wrote His Book Don'T Make A Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings.moreless
  • 4/19/06
    Guest Host Steve Kroft Of 60 Minutes Discusses The Resignation Of White House Press Secretary Scott Mcclellan And Other Changes In The Bush Administration With Michael Duffy Of Time Magazine. Also, A Conversation With Tom Friedman Of The New York Times With Guest Host James Fallows Of The Atlantic Monthly. Then, Guest Host William Safire Of The New York Times Talks To Michael Gazzaniga, Director Of The Sage Center For The Study Of The Mind At The University Of California, Santa Barbara.moreless
  • 4/20/06
    Guest Host Andrea Koppel Leads A Discussion About Chinese President Hu Jintao'S Visit To The United States And The State Of U.S. - China Relations With Guests Elizabeth Economy Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Michael Green Of The Center For Strategic And International Studies, And Andrew Nathan Of Columbia University. Then, Guest Host Maria Bartiromo Of Cnbc Talks To Investment Banker Joseph Perella. Finally, A Conversation With Author Kenji Yoshino About His Book Covering: The Hidden Assault On Our Civil Rights.moreless
  • 4/21/06
    Guest Host Jane Arraf Of The Council On Foreign Relations Talks To Fouad Siniora, Prime Minister Of Lebanon. Also, Guest Host Ingrid Sischy, Editor-In-Chief Of Interview Magazine, Talks To Designer Miuccia Prada.
  • 4/24/06
    Guest Host Cokie Roberts Of Abc News Talks To Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va) About The Upcoming Mid-Term Elections And The State Of The Republican Party. Then, Roberts Discusses National Politics With Linda Wertheimer Of Npr And Linda Douglass Of New York University. Finally, Guest Host Adam Gopnik Of The New Yorker Leads A Discussion About The Current State Of Politics In France With Philosopher And Author Bernard-Henri Levy And Roger Cohen Of The International Herald Tribune.moreless
  • 4/25/06
    Guest Host Brian Ross Of Abc News Talks To Efraim Halevy, Former Director Of Mossad And Author Of Man In The Shadows. Then, A Discussion About The Situation In Sudan With Guest Host Nicholas Kristof Of The New York Times, Senator Barack Obama (D-Il), Jan Egeland Of The United Nations, And Ken Bacon Of Refugees International.moreless
  • 4/26/06
    Guest Host Judy Woodruff Talks Politics With Mike Allen Of Time Magazine. Then, Nigerian Playwright And Recipient Of The 1986 Nobel Prize In Literature Wole Soyinka Talks With Guest Host David Remnick Of The New Yorker. Finally, Guest Host Walt Mossberg Of The Wall Street Journal In Conversation With Jeremy Allaire, Ceo Of Brightcove.moreless
  • 4/28/06
    Guest Host Elvis Mitchell Talks To Actor Laurence Fishburne About His Two New Films, Akeelah And The Bee And Mission Impossible Iii. Sam Tanenhaus, Editor Of The New York Times Book Review, Talks About The Late Poet Elizabeth Bishop With Literary Critic David Orr And The New Yorker'S Poetry Editor, Alice Quinn.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 1, 2006)
    Episode 05.01.06
    Guest Host Maria Bartiromo Of Cnbc Talks To Steve Schwarzman, Chairman And Ceo Of The Blackstone Group, And David Rubenstein, Managing Director Of The Carlyle Group. Then, Guest Host Steve Kroft Of Cbs News Talks To Author Sebastian Junger About His Latest Book, A Death In Belmont. Finally, An Appreciation Of The Late Economist And Author John Kenneth Galbraith.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 2, 2006)
    Episode 05.02.06
    Guest Host George Stephanopoulos Of Abc News Speaks About President Bush'S Sagging Approval And The Outlook For The Midterms With Katrina Vanden Heuvel, Publisher And Editor Of The Nation, Jonathan Alter Of Newsweek, Republican Strategist Ed Rollins, And Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times. Then, A Conversation With J.J. Abrams, Director Of The Film Mission Impossible Iii And Creator Of Television'S Lost And Alias.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 3, 2006)
    Episode 05.03.06
    Guest Host Andrea Mitchell Of Nbc News Talks To Former Secretary Of State Madeleine Albright About The World Today And Her New Book, The Mighty And The Almighty. Also, An Appreciation Of Financial Journalist Louis Ruykeyser.
  • Charlie Rose (May 4, 2006)
    Episode 05.04.06
    A Conversation About Popular Understanding Of Science With Guest Host Sir Paul Nurse, President Of Rockefeller University, Physicist Brian Greene, And Actor Alan Alda. Also, Minister And Author Bishop T.D. Jakes Talks With Guest Host Bob Abernethy, Host Of Religion And Ethics Newsweekly About His New Book, "Mama Made The Difference," And The Importance Of Being An Entrepreneur.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 5, 2006)
    Episode 05.05.06
    Coldplay Lead Singer Chris Martin Talks To Guest Host Joe Levy, Executive Editor Of Rolling Stone, About The Success Of The Band And Their Latest Album, X&Y. Guest Host Calvin Trillin Talks To Frank Mccourt, Author Of Teacher Man. Finally, An Interview With Ala Bashir, Saddam Hussein'S Former Physician. He Talks About His Role In The Hussein Administration, His Work An Artist And His Book, The Insider: Trapped In Saddam'S Brutal Regime.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 8, 2006)
    Episode 05.08.06
    Guest Host Brian Ross Of Abc News Talks To Former Acting Director Of The C.I.A. John Mclaughlin And Eric Lichtblau Of The New York Times About Michael Hayden, President Bush'S Nominee For C.I.A. Director. Guest Host Ray Suarez Of The Newshour Talks To Roberto Suro Of The Pew Hispanic Center And Rep. Tom Tancredo About Immigration Reform. Finally, Guest Host Frank Rich Of The New York Times Talks To Actors Kelli O'Hara And Harry Connick, Jr., And Director Kathleen Marshall About The Broadway Revival Of The Pajama Game.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 9, 2006)
    Episode 05.09.06
    First, Guest Host Ron Insana Talks With New York Times Writer Kurt Eichenwald About The Latest Developments In The Enron Trial. Then, John Lahr Of The New Yorker Talks To Playwright Alan Bennett And Director Nicholas Hytner About The New Play, The History Boys, Which Is Receiving Much Critical Acclaim On Broadway.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 10, 2006)
    Episode 05.10.06
    First, Guest Host William Kristol Of "The Weekly Standard" Talks To Republican Peter Hoekstra And Reuel Marc Gerecht, Resident Fellow At The American Enterprise Institute About The Nomination Of Michael Hayden. Then, A Conversation With Author Andrew Kohut About His Book "America Against The World". Finally, A Conversation With Author Matthew Continetti About His Book "The K Street Gang: The Rise And Fall Of The Republican Machine".moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 11, 2006)
    Episode 05.11.06
    First, Guest Host Walter Isaacson Has A Conversation With Howell Raines, Former Executive Editor Of The New York Times. Raines Is On To Discuss His New Book, The One That Got Away. Then, Jim Hoge, Editor Of Foreign Affairs, Talks To Kevin Woods And James Lacey. They Are The Authors Of The Pentagon`S Secret Study Of Saddam Hussein`S Regime And They Discuss That Book Along With The Other Details Surrounding America'S Conflict In Iraq.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 12, 2006)
    Episode 05.12.06
    First, Guest Host And Author Salmon Rushdie Talks To Indian Filmmaker Deepa Mehta About Her Movie "Water", The Story Of The Ostracization Of Young Widows In India. Then, Guest Host And Producer Brian Grazer Talks To Author Malcolm Gladwell About Gladwell'S Book "Blink".
  • Charlie Rose (May 15, 2006)
    Episode 05.15.06
    First, Guest Host Judy Woodruff Talks To Jeanne Cummings Of The Wall Street Journaland Linda Wertheimer Of Nprabout Immigration In The United States. Then, New York Times Film Critic Elvis Mitchell Talks To Actor Edward Norton About His Latest Film, Down In The Valley, Which Also Stars Evan Rachel Wood.
  • Charlie Rose (May 16, 2006)
    Episode 05.16.06
    First, Guest Host Cokie Roberts Of Abc News And Npr Gives An Update On The Hurricane Katrina Recovery Effort. She Is Joined By Senator David Vitter Of Louisiana To Discuss Continuing Problems With Fema And What Is Being Done To Make Up For Lost Resources. Then, Roberts Continues The Conversation About Katrina With Mark Shriver Of Save The Children And Joseph Becker Of The American Red Cross. Also, Daljit Dhaliwal Of Pbs Interviews Michael Mandelbaum About His New Book, The Case For Goliath: How America Acts As The World`S Government In The 21St Century.The Book Is An Exploration Of Post-Cold War America'S Role.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 17, 2006)
    Episode 05.17.06
    First, Guest Host Walter Isaacson Gives An Update On The Rebuilding Effort After Hurricane Katrina With Alphonso Jackson, The Secretary Of Housing And Urban Development, And Don Powell, The Federal Coordinator For Gulf Coast Rebuilding. The Conversation About Katrina Continues With Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu Of Louisiana. They Discuss The Failure Of Fema And The Red Cross And What Needs To Be Done To Improve The System Of National Response. Also, Reverend Peter Gomes Talks To Religious Scholar And Author Of A History Of God Karen Armstrong About Her New Book, The Great Transformation: The Beginning Of Our Religious Traditions. Finally, George Crile, Of 60 Minutes And A Distinguished Journalist At Cbs News, Died On Monday Of Pancreatic Cancer. In His Honor, A Special Broadcast Of Crile'S Appearances On The Show.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 18, 2006)
    Episode 05.18.06
    First, Guest Host Brian Ross Of Abc News Talks To First Amendment Lawyer Floyd Abrams About The Cia And The Debate Over The Bush Administration`S Controversial Domestic Surveillance Program. Then, Kiefer Sutherland And Jean Smart Sit Down With Ken Tucker Of Entertainment Magazine To Talk About The Upcoming Season Of Thier Hit Television Show, 24.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 19, 2006)
    Episode 05.19.06
    First, Guest Host Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker Talks With Author Gay Talese, A Former Reporter For The New York Times, About His Latest Book, A Writer'S Life. Then, Talese Is Joined By Arthur Gelb, Former Managing Editor Of The New York Times, And Jim Hoge, Editor Of Foreign Affairs, For A Remembrance Of Their Friend And Colleague Abe Rosenthal. Rosenthal, Who Passed Away Last Week, Was An Editor Of The New York Timesand An Extremely Well Respected Journalist.moreless
  • In light of the impending energy crisis and America's oil
  • Charlie Rose (May 23, 2006)
    Episode 05.23.06
    First, Guest Host Bob Schieffer Of Cbs News, Has A Conversation With Author And Newsweek Senior Editor Jonathan Alter. Alter'S New Book Is "The Defining Moment: Fdr`S First One Hundred Days And The Triumph Of Hope." Then, Director Peter Bogdanovich Talks To Actor Isabella Rossellini About Her New Film, "My Dad Is 100 Years Old."moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 24, 2006)
    Episode 05.24.06
    On The Occasion Of Prime Minister Of Israel Ehud Olmert'S Visit To Washington Dc, Guest Host Bob Simon Of Cbs Sits Down With A Panel Including Ambassador Afif Safieh Of The Plo Mission In Washington, Professor Rashid Khalidi Of Columbia University And David Makovsky Of The Washington Institute For Near East Policy. Then, A Conversation With The General Manager Of The Metropolitan Opera, Joseph Volpe. He Talks To Bob Simon About His Job And The Upcoming Season At The Met.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 25, 2006)
    Episode 05.25.06
    Guest Host Mark Halperin Talks With Tom Vilsack, Democratic Governor From Iowa. Vilsack, Who Recently Announced That He Will Not Seek A Third Term, Talks About The Possibility Of A Presidential Run In 2008. Then, Ken Tucker Of Entertainment Weekly Magazine Hosts A Panel To Talk About The Upcoming Television Season. Panelists Include Adam Sternbergh Of New York Magazine, Matt Roush Of Tv Guide, And Bill Carter Of The New York Times. They Discuss The Big Shows Of The Season Including Desperate Housewives, Lost, Grey'S Anatomy And Csi.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 26, 2006)
    Episode 05.26.06
    First, A Conversation Hosted By David Brooks About The Republican And Democratic Parties, The Problems Both Are Facing And The Implications For The Future. Brooks Is Joined By Bruce Reed, President Of The Democratic Leadership Council, David Frum, Resident Fellow At The American Enterprise Institute, And Andrew Sullivan, Essayist For Time Magazine And Senior Editor Of The New Republic. Then, Charles Isherwood Of The New York Times Talks To Playwright And Actor Sarah Jones About Her One-Woman Broadway Show Bridge & Tunnel, Which Is Currently Receiving Much Critical Acclaim.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 29, 2006)
    Episode 05.29.06
    Guest Host Peter Travers Talks With Radio Personality Garrison Keillor And Director Robert Altman About Their New Movie, A Prairie Home Companion. The Film Is Based On Keillor'S Hit Radio Program And Stars Meryl Streep And Lindsay Lohan. Then, Harold Varmus, Director Of The Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Talks With Author And Harvard Psychologist Daniel Gilbert. His New Book Is Called Stumbling On Happiness And Explores The Psychology Behind Why Humans Feel, Or Fail To Feel, Happy.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 30, 2006)
    Episode 05.30.06
    First, Guest Host Claire Shipman Of Abc News Talks With Anderson Cooper, Host Of Anderson Cooper 360. His New Book Is Dispatches From The Edge: A Memoir Of War, Disasters, And Survival. Then, Dan Abrams Of Msnbc Talks To Jeffrey Rosen Of The Atlantic Monthly And Dr. Helen Fisher From The Center For Human Evolutionary Studies Of The Department Of Anthropology At Rutgers University, About The Political And Legal Debate Over Abortion And Contraception. Finally, Sam Tanenhaus, Editor Of The New York Times Book Review, Talks To Author Thomas Mallon, Times Writer Stephen Metcalfe And Slate Culture Editor Meghan O`Rourke About The Best Work Of American Fiction Since 1980.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 31, 2006)
    Episode 05.31.06
    First, Guest Host And Former White House Counselor Mary Matalin Leads A Discussion On Media Coverage In Iraq With Dan Senor, Former Spokesman For The Coalition Provisional Authority In Iraq, John Berman, Correspondent For Abc News, And Michael Hirsh, Senior Editor Of Newsweek. Then, Julia Sweig Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Talks To Poet Eduardo Galeano About Latin America And His Most Recent Book, Voices Of Time: A Life In Stories.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 1, 2006)
    Episode 06.01.06
    First, Brian Ross Talks With Robert Baer. Robert Baer Spent 20 Years Running Agents From Inside The Cia`S Director Of Operations, Developing Intelligence On Hezbollah, Al Qaeda, And Other Terrorist Organizations. His Previous Books Include See No Evil And Sleeping With The Devil. His New Book Is A Novel. It`S Called Blow The House Down. Next, Guest Host Frank Deford Talks With Leigh Montville, A Sports Journalist Whose Book Is Called The Big Bam: The Life And Times Of Babe Ruth. He Also Speaks With Fay Vincent, Once The Commissioner Of Baseball, Now An With His Book The Only Game In Town: Baseball Stars Of The 1930S And `40S Talk About The Game That They Love. Also, Paul Goldberger Talks With Architect Zaha Hadid, Winner Of The 2004 Pritzker Prize, The Honor That Is Considered The Nobel Prize Of Architecture. She Talks About Her Past Works And Her Artistic Aspirations.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 2, 2006)
    Episode 06.02.06
    Peter Travers Sits Down With John Lasseter, The New Chief Creative Director Of Disney-Pixar`S Combined Animation Division. As Writer, Director And Producer He Has Been Behind Some Of The Biggest Film Animated Successes Of All Time Including Toy Story I, Toy Story Ii, Finding Nemo, And The Incredibles. Lasseter Talks About His Latest Project, A Film Called Cars. Everyone Recognized Vince Vaughn'S Comic Talent In 1996`S Swingers. Since Then Vaughn Has Solidified His Place As One Of The Best Comic Actors With His Work In Old School, Dodgeball, Wedding Crashers. Vaughn Talks With Peter Travers About His Latest Project, The Break-Up, Which Also Stars Jennifer Aniston.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 5, 2006)
    Episode 06.05.06
    First, Guest Host Judy Woodruff Interviews Governor Mitt Romney Of Massachusetts. A Republican In A Democratic State, He Has Held That Office Since 2002. Last December, He Announced He Will Not Seek A Second Term And Is Widely Expected To Be Seeking The Republican Presidential Nomination In 2008. His Plan For Universal Health Coverage In Massachusetts Has Already Earned Him National Recognition. His Positions On Gay Marriage And Abortion Also Have Made Him Popular Among Social Conservatives In His Own Party.||In The United States, It Is Said That 50 Million To 70 Million People Suffer From Sleep Disorders. Joining Guest Host Paul Nurse To Discuss This Issue Are Two Sleep Experts. Dr. Robert Basner Is Director Of Columbia University`S Sleep Disorder Center. And Dr. Charles Czeisler Is Chief Of The Division Of Sleep Medicine At Brigham And Women`S Hospital In Boston.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 6, 2006)
    Episode 06.06.06
    This July, For The First Time In History, Russia Will Preside Over The G-8 Summit That Will Be Held In St. Petersburg. For A Look At Russia, Democracy In The Post-Soviet Era, And U.S. Policy Toward Russia, Guest Host David Remnick Is Joined By Stephen Sestanovich, Who Is The Senior Fellow At The Council On Foreign Relations And Professor At Columbia University, Nina Khrushcheva, Associate Professor In The International Affairs Program At The New School University, And Stephen Kotkin, Director Of The Program In Russian And Eurasian Studies At Princeton University. Bill Flanagan Sits Down With Music Legend T-Bone Burnett To Talk About His Long Carreer. His New Album, His First In 14 Years Is Called The True False Identity And It Arrives In Stores At The Same Time As 20/20: The Essential T-Bone Burnett - A Collection Covering His Earlier Work. The Future Of The Magazine Business Is A Much-Discussed Topic These Days. Low Circulation, Declining Ad Revenues And The Lure Of The Internet Are All Challenges That Magazine Journalism Faces. Guest Host Brooke Gladstone Hosts A Discussion With Philip Gourevitch, The Editor Of The Paris Review, Roger Hodge The Editor Of Harper`S Magazine, And Franklin Foer, The Editor Of The The New Republic.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 7, 2006)
    Episode 06.07.06
    First, Guest Host Jane Arraf Talks To Romesh Ratnesar, World Affairs Editor At Time Magazine, And John Burns, The New York Timesbureau Chief In Baghdad About The Situation In Iraq, And The Investigation Into The Alleged Abuses At Haditha. Two Major Military Investigations Are Currently Looking Into Whether U.S. Marines Deliberately Killed 24 Iraqi Civilians Last November In The Town, And Then Covered It Up. The Allegations Have Raised Fresh Concerns About Both The Conduct Of American Forces And The Pressures They Face As They Fight The War More Than Three Years On. Meanwhile, Earlier Today, The Iraqi Prime Minister Released Almost 600 Detainees In An Effort To Ease Sectarian Tensions. Also Today, Six Iraqi Police Officers Were Killed In Attacks, And Five More Bodies Were Found Slain In Baghdad. Next, Guest Host Bill Blakemore Talks About Higher Education And Low-Income Students. He Is Joined By Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, President Of The University Of Maryland At Baltimore County, And Dr. Anthony Marx, President Of Amherst College. Despite Huge Endowments, Top U.S. Colleges Accept A Disproportionately Small Percentage Of Those Who Grow Up Near Or Below The Poverty Line. And At A Time When U.S. Competitiveness Is At Stake, The Number Of Minority Students Who Pursue Doctorates And The Sciences Remains Very Low. The Three Discuss Potential Solutions To This Problem.||Last, Guest Host Bill Carter Sits Down With Doug Ellin, The Creator And Writer Of Hbo`S Series Entourage. The Third Season Begins On Sunday, June 11Th. They Discuss The Success And Charm Of The Hit Series.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 8, 2006)
    Episode 06.08.06
    First, Guest Host Mike Whitaker Discusses The Death Of Musab Al-Zarqawi With Anthony Cordesman, A Defense And Military Expert At The Center For Strategic And International Studies. They Talk About The Significance And Implications Of Al-Zarqawi'S Death. Next, Mike Whitaker Sits Down With Governor Haley Barbour Of Mississippi, To Talk About Governor Bourbour'S Year Since Hurricane Katrina. Last September, Barbour Vaulted To National Prominence With His High-Profile, Take-Charge Response To The Storms That Devastated The Gulf Coast And Southern Mississippi. Less Than A Year Later, He`S Preparing His State For Another Hurricane Season That Meteorologists Say Could Be Every Bit As Dangerous. Finally, Guest Host Bill Flanagan Talks To Elvis Costello And Allen Toussaint About Their New Album, River In Reverse, Which Deals With New Orleans, Katrina, And Its Aftermath.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 9, 2006)
    Episode 06.09.06
    First, Guest Host Brian Lehrer Talks With Noam Chomsky, An Mit Linguist And Political Analyst. He`S Been Teaching At Mit For 50 Years Now, Questioning The Legitimacy Of American Power, As Well As Our Understanding Of Where Language And Human Behavior Come From. Dr. Chomsky Has Had A Run Of International Bestsellers Since 9/11, And He Has A New Book Called Failed States: The Abuse Of Power And The Assault On Democracy Example Number One Of The Failed State In The Book - The United States. Next, Guest Host David Ross Interviews Artist Shirin Neshat. Born In Qazvin, Iran In 1957, She Moved To The U.S. To Study Art At The Age Of 17. After 12 Years, She Returned To Iran For The First Time And Found A Country Transformed By The Islamic Revolution. Soon After, She Began To Channel Her Feelings Of Displacement And Exile Into Her Art. With Photography And Video, She Has Created A Remarkable Body Of Work That Explores Both The Role Of Women In Islamic Society And The Cultural Conflicts Of The East And West.||Finally, A Panel Discusses The Death Penalty, And Why Numbers Of Deaths Due To Capital Punishment Are Declining In Spite Of A 68% Approval Rating. Guest Host Jeffrey Toobin Is Joined By Bryan Stevenson, Executive Director Of The Equal Justice Initiative Of Alabama, Dennis Riordan, A Criminal Defense Attorney At Riordan & Horgan In San Francisco, And Beth Wilkinson, Who Was One The Prosecutors In The Timothy Mcveigh Trial And Is Now Executive Vice President Of The Fannie Mae Corporation.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 12, 2006)
    Episode 06.12.06
    Charlie Returns To The Show. First, Charlie Sits Down For A Conversation With Executive Producer Yvette Vega And Friend And Colleague Bill Moyers. They Discuss The Mitral Valve Surgery And Offer Insight Into Charlie'S Experience During His Two Month Absence From The Broadcast. Also, Charlie Talks To New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman About The Recent Assasintation Of Al-Zarqawi And The Ongoing Crisis In The Middle East.moreless
  • 6/13/06
    A conversation with former Deputy Secretary of State and Vietnam veteran Richard Armitage about President Bush's visit to Baghdad during which he met with the new Iraqi prime minister al-Maliki. Armitage offers his outlook for al-Maliki and provides his critique of the U.S. war effort thus far. He also discusses the differences between the war in Vietnam and Iraq and the future of American foreign policy.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (June 14, 2006)
    Episode 06.14.06
    Earlier Today, President Bush Held A Press Conference In Washington About His Surprise Visit On Monday To Baghdad To See The New Iraqi Government. John Burns, The New York Times Bureau Chief In Baghdad, Discusses The Impact Of President Bush'S Visit, As Well As Al-Zarqawi'S Death. Since The Release Of His First Novel In 1959, John Updike Has Published More Than 50 Books, As Well As Many Essays, Reviews, Poetry, Criticism And Short Stories. His Work Has Earned Him The Pulitzer Prize, The National Book Award, The American Book Award And The National Book Critics Circle Award. Updike Sits Down With Charlie To Talk About His New Novel Terrorist.moreless
  • 6/15/06
    An hour conversation with Rick Wagoner, the chairman and CEO of General Motors, the largest automobile company in the world. They discuss the current state of General Motors, the documentary
  • Charlie Rose (June 16, 2006)
    Episode 06.16.06
    First, Charlie Sits Down With Tim Russert, Host Of Nbc'S Meet The Press, To Talk About His New Book Wisdom Of Our Fathers: Lessons And Letters From Daughters And Sons. It Is Particularly Appropriate Coming Up On The Eve Of Father`S Day. Next, Charlie Talks With Texas Oil Mogul Boone Pickens. They Discuss The Oil Industry And Where It'S Headed.moreless
  • 6/19/06
    A conversation with former Vice President Al Gore about his documentary
  • Cnn's Larry King
    Episode 06.20.06
    An hour conversation with CNN news interviewer Larry King about his career in the media, his heart surgery and his memorable moments as host of
  • Charlie Rose (June 21, 2006)
    Episode 06.21.06
    Earlier Today, Seven U.S. Marines And A Naval Medical Corpsman Were Charged With Murder, Kidnapping And Conspiracy In Connection With The Shooting Of An Iraqi Civilian In April. Charlie Discusses The Killing With Abc News Senior National Security Correspondent Jonathan Karl. Charlie Sits Down With Henry Kissinger To Talk About Foreign Policy And Soccer.moreless
  • 6/23/06
    An hour conversation with author Bill Buford of
  • 6/26/06
    An exclusive hour-long conversation about a new partnership in philanthropy with Warren Buffett and Bill and Melinda Gates.
  • Charlie Rose (June 27, 2006)
    Episode 06.27.06
    First, Charlie Interviews Lance Armstrong About The Tour De France, Cancer Research, And His Future As An Athlete. Next, Charlie Interviews Kevin Spacey, Who Stars As Lex Luther In Superman Returns, Which Also Stars Kate Bosworth .
  • Charlie Rose (June 28, 2006)
    Episode 06.28.06
    First, Charlie Sits Down With Khalil Jahshan, Former President Of The National Association Of Arab-Americans, Mort Zuckerman, Editor-In-Chief Of U.S. News And World Report, And Henry Siegman, Senior Fellow On The Middle East At The Council On Foreign Relations. They Discuss The Current Situation In Israel. Then, A Conversation With Andrew Kohut. He Is The Director Of The Pew Research Center For The People And The Press. Recently, The Center Released A 13-Nation Global Attitude Survey Called The Great Divide: How Westerners And Muslims View Each Other. Finally, A Conversation With Stephen Cohen, Professor Of Russian Studies And History At New York University. His Article The New American Cold War Appears On The Cover Of This Week`S Nation Magazine.moreless
  • 6/29/06
    An hour conversation with Lawrence Summers about his resignation as President of Harvard in the wake of his controversial comments regarding the role of women in academia. He is one of the most closely watched and controversial figures in American education.
  • Charlie Rose (June 30, 2006)
    Episode 06.30.06
    First, A Consideration Of A Significant Supreme Court Decision That Restrains The President`S Plans To Put Detainees At Guantanamo On Trial Before Military Commissions, With John Yoo, A Professor Of Law At The University Of California At Berkeley And Laurence Tribe, A Professor Of Constitutional Law At Harvard. Then, Charlie Discusses The Potential Outcome Of The World Cup With Espn Commentator Tommy Smyth. Also, Charlie Sits Down With Norm Ornstein Of The American Enterprise Institute For Public Policy Research And Thomas Mann Of The Brookings Institution. They Are The Co-Authors Of A Book Entitled The Broken Branch: How Congress Is Failing America And How To Get It Back On Track, Which Examines The Historical Roots Of Congress`S Current Problems.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 3, 2006)
    Episode 07.03.06
    First, Charlie Talks With Filmmaker Sydney Pollack About His Latest Film, A Project Called Sketches Of Frank Gehry. This Is Pollack'S First Documentary And He Has Chosen An Unconventional But Fascinating Subject -- Architect Frank O. Gehry. Then, A Rebroadcast Of An Earlier Interview With Frank Gehry During Which He And Charlie Discussed His Design For The Guggenheim Museum In Bilbao. Finally, A Conversation With The New York Times Cross Word Puzzle Editor, Will Shortz. He Is Being Featured In A New Documentary All About Crosswords Called, Wordplay.moreless
  • Actor Kevin Spacey
    Episode 07.04.06
    An hour conversation with actor Kevin Spacey about his work over the years in such films as
  • Charlie Rose (July 5, 2006)
    Episode 07.05.06
    First, A Conversation Following The Missile Tests That North Korea Carried Out Yesterday. Charlie Talks With Donald Gregg, President Of The Korea Society And Former U.S. Ambassador To South Korea Under President George Bush , And Ambassador Wendy Sherman, Formerly A Special Advisor On North Korea In The Clinton Administration , In An Effort To Understand North Korea'S Motivations. Then, Charlie Talks With Actor Liev Schreiber About His Role In Shakespeare'S Macbeth. Schreiber Stars In The Title Role Alongside Jennifer Ehle In A Production At The Public Theater.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 6, 2006)
    Episode 07.06.06
    Following The Victory Of The Conservative Candidate, Felipe Calderon, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion On Mexico`S Closest Election Ever. Guests Include Pamela Starr, An Analyst With The Eurasia Group And A Professor At Georgetown University, Chappell Lawson, A Professor At Mit And The Author Of Mexico`S Pivotal Democratic Election, And Jorge Castaneda, A Former Foreign Minister Of Mexico And A Professor At Nyu. Then, In Light Of The Recent Controversy Over An Article About The Treasury Department`S Secret Program To Track Banking Records Of Suspected Terrorists Which Was Published In The Times Against The Bush Administration'S Wishes, Bill Keller Talks To Charlie About The Relationship Between Government And The Media. Finally, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Is On To Talk About A Rolling Stone Article He Published In June Regarding The 2004 Presidential Election. He Talks With Charlie About His Thoughts On The Election In 2008.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 7, 2006)
    Episode 07.07.06
    Charlie Talks To Dr. Allan Rosenfield, The Dean Of The Mailman School Of Public Health At Columbia University. Rosenfield Is Responsible For The Growth Of Themailman School From A Small Institution To The Second Largest School At Columbia, And The Third Largest School Of Public Health In The Nation. Then, An Update On The Latest In The World Cup With Tommy Smyth Of Espn. This Sunday, Italy And France Will Meet In Berlin To Compete For The World Cup Title. Also In The World Of Sports, The Wimbledon Tennis Finals Are Taking Place This Weekend. In The Men'S Finals, Roger Federer Will Play Rafael Nadal And In The Women`S Finals On Saturday, French Player Amelie Mauresmo Will Face The Belgian Justine Henin-Hardenne. Fortmer Tennis Star Jim Courier Weighs In On The Competitors.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 13, 2006)
    Episode 07.13.06
    First, Charlie Talks With U.S. Ambassador To Iraq, Zalmay Khalilzad. He Reflects On The Recent Violence That Has Been Taking Place Between Shiites And Sunnis In Spite Of Recent Efforts On The Part Of Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki To Disarm The Militias And Curb Sectarian Violence. Then, A Conversation With Peter Beinart, Editor At Large Of The New Republic Magazine. He Talks To Charlie About His New Book, The Good Fight: Why Liberals And Only Liberals Can Win The War On Terror And Make America Great Again, Which Makes An Effort To Set Forth A New Liberal Vision. Also, A Conversation About Nutrition And Healthy Eating With Marion Nestle. She Is A Professor Of Nutrition At New York University And The Author Of A New Book Called, What To Eat: An Aisle-By-Aisle Guide To Savvy Food Choices And Good Eating.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 14, 2006)
    Episode 07.14.06
    A Conversation With Fouad Ajami, Professor At The School Of Advanced International Studies At Johns Hopkins University. Ajami Has Traveled A Great Deal In Iraq And The Surrounding Region In Recent Years And He Shares His Findings In His New Book, The Foreigner`S Gift: The Americans, The Arabs And The Iraqis In Iraq. Then, Charlie Talks With American Apparel Ceo Dov Charney. American Apparel Was Founded In 1997 And Has Grown To Become The Single Largest Clothing Manufacturer Based In The United States, With Workers On Average Being Paid Twice Minimum Wage.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 17, 2006)
    Episode 07.17.06
    In The Wake Of Six Days Of Fighting Between Israeli Forces And The Hezbollah Militia 165 Lebanese And 24 Israelis Have Been Killed. In Touch From Beirut To Reflect On The Violence Is Anthony Shadid, The Pulitzer Prize Winning Reporter Of The Washington Post. Then, Charlie Talks To Dan Gillerman, Israel`S Ambassador To The United Nations. Gillerman Recently Made A Speech At The United Nations In Which He Staked Out Israel`S Position And He Shares That Position On The Show. Also, A Conversation About The Efforts Being Made On The Part Of The Lebanese Government To Put An End Fo The Fighting With The Lebanese Foreign Ministry Representative, Ambassador Nouhad Mahmoud.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 18, 2006)
    Episode 07.18.06
    In Light Of The Much Talked About Syrian Influence On The Conflict Between The Israelis And Hezbollah, Charlie Talks With A Representative From The Syrian Government, Expatriate Minister Buthaina Shaaban. Then, Two Perspectives On The Middle East Conflict From The Academic World. Charlie Talks To Richard Bulliet Of Columbia University And Bernard Haykel Of Nyu. They Reflect On Some Of The Future Implication Of The Turmoil In The Region.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 19, 2006)
    Episode 07.19.06
    As Violence Continues In The Middle East Between Israeli Forces And The Hezbollah Militia In Lebanon, Charlie Talks With The Undersecretary Of State For Political Affairs, Nicholas Burns. Burns Offers Insight Into The Conflict And Shares His Thoughts On What Exactly America'S Role Should Be In This Situation. Then, Charlie Approaches The Situation From An Arab Perspective Through A Conversation With Palestinian Jordanian Rami Khouri. Khouri Is The Editor-At-Large Of The Newspaper The Daily Star , Based In Beirut.moreless
  • The Ceo Of News Corporation Rupert Murdoch
    An hour conversation with media mogul Rupert Murdoch, the Chairman and CEO of the News Corporation, a media empire that encompasses television, entertainment, cable network programming, book publishing, direct broadcast satellite television, magazines, newspapers and the Internet. Murdoch discusses his company's recent acquisition of Myspace, the preeminent social networking site on the web, and its efforts to be at forefront of cutting edge media.moreless
  • 7/20/06
    A conversation with Sumner Redstone, Chairman and CEO of Viacom, about his book
  • Charlie Rose (July 21, 2006)
    Episode 07.21.06
    First, Cnn Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour Sits Down With Charlie To Discuss The Latest Developments In The Middle East. The Conversation Follows Secretary Rice'S Announcement That She Will Make A Visit To The Region. Then, A Conversation With The Former Chairman Of Aol Time Warner, Steve Case. He Talks To Charlie About Life After Aol And His New Website, Revolutionhealth.Com, Which Is The Result Of A Growing Personal Focus On Fitness And Health And A Effort To Encourage Better Living Among Americans. Finally, Charlie Talks To Actor Paul Giamatti About His Oscar Nominated Work In Cindarella Man And His New Project, The M. Night Shyamalan Film, Lady In The Water.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 24, 2006)
    Episode 07.24.06
    On The Thirteenth Day Of Fighting Between Israeli Forces And The Hezbollah Militia, Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice Is In The Region To Meet With Both Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert And Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora. Here To Discuss These Most Recent Developments Is Dennis Ross Of The Washington Institute For Near East Policy. Then, Charlie Continues The Conversation About The Middle East With Leon Wieseltier, A Literary Editor At The New Republic. This Week, The Cover Of The Publication Features Israel, Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria And Iran. Also, Chris Anderson, Editor In Chief Of Wired Magazine, Is On To Talk About The Success The Publication Has Seen Since He Took Over Fiver Years Ago. He Also Talks To Charlie About His New Book, The Long Tail: Why The Future Of Business Is Selling Less Of More.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 25, 2006)
    Episode 07.25.06
    First, Charlie Talks With Garry Kasparov, A Chess Grandmaster And Former World Champion And Also The Co-Chairman Of The All-Russia Civil Congress, And The Chairman Of The United Civil Front Of Russia. They Are Joined By Stephen Cohen, Professor Of Russian Studies And History At New York University, For A Conversation About The Future Of Russia During What Many People Are Calling A Period Of Cultural And Political Resurgence. Then, A Conversation With Francis Collins, The Director Of The National Human Genome Institute. He Shares His Thoughts On Religion And Science And How Successfully The Two Can Co-Exist.moreless
  • 7/26/06
    An hour conversation with Pentagon correspondent for
  • Charlie Rose (July 27, 2006)
    Episode 07.27.06
    First, Charlie Talks To Vali Nasr, Author Of The Shia Revival. The Book Explores The World Of Islam, Conflicts Between Shia And Sunni, And Talks About The Ambitions Of Iran. Then, Senator Byron Dorgan Of North Dakota Discusses The Phenomenon Of Outsourcing And How It Is Impacting The American Job Market. He Draws From His New Book, Take This Job And Ship It.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 28, 2006)
    Episode 07.28.06
    First, Charlie Talks To A Panel About New Developments In Neuroscience And A Recent Study Of Motor Skills. Panelists Include Nicholas Schiff, Associate Professor Of Neurology At The Weill Cornell Medical Center, Henning Voss, Assistant Professor Of Physics And Radiology, Also At Weill Cornell Medical College And Joseph Giacino, Associate Director Of Neuropsychology At The Jfk Medical Center In New Jersey. Then, A Conversation With Producer And Director Lee Daniels. Daniels Produced The Controversial Film Monster'S Ball. Now He Makes His Directorial Debut With Shadowboxer, Which Stars Cuba Gooding Jr. And Helen Mirren.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (July 31, 2006)
    Episode 07.31.06
    Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert Announced Today That There Would Be No Cease-Fire Between Israel And Hezbollah In The Coming Days. Charlie Reflects On The Continuing Violence In The Middle East With Shimon Peres, Vice Premier Of Israel. Then, Charlie Talks With The New Yorker'S Jon Lee Anderson, Who Is Currently In Beirut. He Discusses His Piece In The Current Issue, The Battle For Lebanon. Next, A Conversation Via Phone From Damascus, With Times Writer Neil Macfarquhar. He Has Just Written A Novel About Syria Called The Sand Cafe And He Reflects On The Current Situation In The Region. Finally, The Conversation About The Situation In The Middle East. From The State Department, The Undersecretary Of State For Political Affairs, Nicholas Burns.moreless
  • Wal-mart's Lee Scott
    Episode 08.01.06
    An hour conversation with Lee Scott, the CEO of Wal-Mart, about his company's historic rise, its revolution of consumer retail and the outlook for its future in a global market. Other topics include the controversy surrounding the company's labor practices, its approach to new markets, its efforts to adopt eco-friendly policies and a tribute to the legacy left by the company's founder, Sam Walton. Scott also takes Charlie on a tour of a Wal-Mart store in Secaucus, New Jersey.moreless
  • 8/2/06
    Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger Discusses Israel'S Military Intervention In Lebanon And The Necessity Of Taking A Firm Stand Against Iran'S Buildup Of Nuclear Weapons. He Compares The Conflict With The 1973 Yom Kippur War As Well As China During The Nixon Era And North Korea'S Present Situation. Then, Harvard Historian Caroline Elkins Discusses The Decline Of British Colonialism In The Post Wwii Era, Most Notably In Kenya. She Notes Similarities To America'S Present Role On The World Stage She Also Highlights The Suffering Of The Mau Mau At The Hands Of Colonialists And The Exploitive Nature Of The British Empire.moreless
  • 8/3/06
    Oliver Stone Discusses His New Film, "World Trade Center", And The People And Experiences That Inspired The Movie. Stone Discusses His Concerns About Dealing With Such Sensitive Subject Matter So Soon After The Events Of 9/11 But Argues That This Is A Story That Must Be Told. Nicolas Cage And Michael Pena, Who Star In The Film "World Trade Center", Discuss Their Experiences Working With The Victims Families And Rescue Workers On Which Their Characters Are Based. Also, Toni Collette Discusses Her Work In Two New Films "Little Miss Sunshine" And "The Night Listener" Which Co-Stars Robin Williams.moreless
  • 8/4/06
    In The Midst Of The Israeli Bombing Campaign Against Hezbollah, Charlie Speaks With Lebanese Prime Minister Fouad Siniora About The Toll The Military Strike Is Taking On The Lebanese People. Siniora Decries The Israeli Campaign, Declaring That The Effort Had Set His Country Back By 30 Years. He Also Expresses Hope For A Ceasefire And For An International Coalition To Rebuild The Country By 2010. Next, Charlie Speaks With Esteemed Historical Spy Novelist Alan Furst About His New Book, "The Foreign Correspondent".moreless
  • 8/7/06
    First, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion On The State Of Stem Cell Research And The Heated Political Battle Over Federal Funding. Joining Charlie Are Senator Orrin Hatch Who Petitioned President Bush To Ease Restrictions, Eric Cohen, Editor Of "The New Atlantis", Dr. George Daley, Associate Director Of The Stem Cell Program At Boston Children'S Hospital, And David Carmel, Vice President Of Stemcyte. Then, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion On The Search For An Aids Vaccine In Light Of A Major Grant From The Gates Foundation Toward The Cause. Joining The Discussion Are Dr. Nicholas Hellman, The Interim Director Of Hiv, Tb & Reproductive Health At The Gates Foundation As Well As Three Researchers Whose Teams Received Funding, Including Dr. David Ho, Director Of The Aaron Diamond Research Center, Dr. Susan Zolla-Pazner, Director Of Aids Research At The New York Va Medical Center And Dr. Seth Berkley, Founder And President Of The International Aids Vaccine Initiative. The Discussion Focused On The Difficulties In Creating A Vaccine, Why The Disease Has Progressed Differently In The Developed And Developing Worlds And The Outlook For A Breakthrough, Among Other Issues.moreless
  • 8/8/06
    Charlie Speaks With Jim Glassman, Managing Director And Senior Economist At J.P. Morgan Chase, And Ethan Harris, Chief Economist At Lehman Brothers, About The Federal Reserve'S Decision To Hold Interest Rates Steady After 17 Consecutive Rate Increases Dating Back To 2004. The Discussion Also Focused On The Impact The Decision Would Have On Global Markets And The Broader Outlook For The U.S. Economy. Next, Charlie Speaks With Ray, Police Commissioner Of The City Of New York, About The Challenges Of Policing America'S Largest In The Age Of Terror. Topics Include New York'S Counter-Terrorism Efforts, Minority Policing, Disaster Preparedness And Kelly'S Own 31-Year Career With The Nypd.moreless
  • 8/9/06
    Charlie Speaks With Mark Halperin Of Abc News, Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times, Arianna Huffington Of The Huffington Post And E.J. Dionne Of The Washington Post About The Stunning Incumbent U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman In The Democratic Primary In Connecticut. The Panel Discusses How The Election Turned On The Issue Of U.S. Involvement In Iraq And The Implications Of Lieberman'S Loss For The Democratic Party And The Upcoming Midterms. Then, Charlie Sits Down With Jon Meacham, The Managing Editor Of Newsweek, To Discuss His New Cover Story On The Life And Legacy Of The Reverend Billy Graham. They Also Discuss The Future Of Evangelism In America As Well As The Outlook For Graham'S Own Ministry Under The Direction Of His Son William Graham Iii.moreless
  • 8/10/06
    Attorney General Alberto Gonzales Joins Charlie To Discuss The Uncovering Of A Major Terrorist Plot In Britain Targeting Commercial Airliners. Gonzales Talks About The Plot And The Efforts Of Scotland Yard To Disrupt It. Then, Mark Urban, The Diplomatic Correspondent For The Bbc, Joins Charlie From London To Discuss How News Of The Alleged Terror Plot Is Being Received In Britain. He Also Talks About The Implications For Tony Blair'S Public Standing And What Impact The Revelation Might Have On Britain'S Muslim Community. Finally, Steven Simon Of The Council On Foreign Relations And R.P. Eddy, A Senior Fellow For Counterterrorism At The Manhattan Institute, Offer Further Analysis Of The Terror Plot, Inlcuding Possible Links To Terrorism As Well As New Intelligence Initiatives By The Cia To Prevent These Sorts Of Attacks.moreless
  • 8/11/06
    First, Charlie Speaks With Abc Investigative Reporter About New Information In The Terror Plot Uncovered In Britain. Ross Discusses Evidence Of Links To Al-Qaeda Central And Information Suggesting That The Alleged Plotters Had Created Martyrdom Tapes. Then, Charlie Talks To Imad Moustapha, Syria'S Ambassador To The United States, And Joshua Landis, Assistant Professor Of Middle Eastern Studies At The University Of Oklahoma And Editor Of The "Syriacomment" Weblog, About Syria'S Role In The Conflict Between Israel And Lebanon And The State Of Us-Syria Relations, The Us Refusal To Engage With Syria, Syria'S Influence On Hezbollah, Syria'S Relations With Israel, And Its Role In A Broader Middle East Peace. The Discussion Also Focused On Syria'S Relationship With Iran And Bush'S Use Of The Term "Islamo-Fascism." Finally, The Founders Of The Blockbuster Video Sharing Site, Youtube, Chad Hurley And Steven Chen Discuss The Meteoric Rise Of The Site And Their Plans For The Future. Topics Include The Story Behind The Company'S Founding, Concerns About Copyright Infringement And Plans For Expansion.moreless
  • An hour conversation with Bill Kristol, editor-in-chief of
  • 8/15/06
    The Co-Chairmen Of The 9/11 Commission, Thomas Kean, The Former Governor Of New Jersey, And Lee Hamilton, A Former Congressman From Indiana, Join Charlie To Discuss The Work Of The Panel And Their New Book, "Without Precedent: The Inside Story Of The 9/11 Commission". The Pair Discuss Their Experience Leading The Panel, The Difficulties In Soliciting Information From The Government And Their Assessment Of U.S. Security And What Must Be Done To Make Nation Safe. Then, A Conversation With Charles Gibson Of Abc News, Who Recently Took Over The Anchor Duties For The Network'S Evening News Broadcast, "World News". Gibson Discusses His Life And Career As Well As The Changing Landscape Of Network News And Broadcast Television.moreless
  • 8/16/06
    Tzipi Livni, Foreign Minister Of Israel Discusses The Middle East Conflict And The Un Resolution To Bring A Multinational Force To Lebanon. In The Second Installment Of A Two-Part Conversation With Charles Gibson, The Anchor For Abc News' World News, Discusses His Transition From Host Of Good Morning America To Lead Anchor. He Also Discusses His Working Relationship With Diane Sawyer.moreless
  • 8/17/06
    Pastor Rick Warren, author of the book "A Purpose Driven Life," discusses religion in modern life, especially Christianity. He also discusses his missionary and relief work, with an emphasis on the global AIDS epidemic. Then, pastor, theologian, and author Gregory Boyd joins Charlie to discuss his new book, "The Myth of a Christian Nation: How the Quest for Political Power is Destroying the Church". The book explores the growing disenchantment of certain parts of the faith community with Christianity's increasingly political bent. Boyd argues for a renewed separation of church and state within the realm of partisan politics.moreless
  • Author Bill Buford
    Episode 08.18.06
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with author Bill Buford about his book
  • 8/21/06
    Democratic Congressman From Illinois And Chairman Of The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee For The House, Rahm Emanuel Discusses His New Book, "The Plan: Big Ideas For America." He Outlines His 5-Point Plan, Which Includes A New Social Contract, Fiscal Responsibility, Tax Reform And A New Strategy To Use On The War On Terror. Emanuel Also Discusses The Outlook For The Democratic Party In The Upcoming Mid-Term Elections. Former President, Bill Clinton,Discusses Future Strategy For National Security, Including Fighting Aids And Building A World With More Partners And Fewer Terrorists. Time Magazine Columnist, Roger Rosenblatt, Discusses The Satire In His New Book "Lapham Rising" And Also His Experiences As A Professor At Harvard.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with Nobel Prize-winning scientist James Watson and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edward Wilson. They discuss the history and legacy of Charles Darwin, the relationship between science and religion, especially with respect to evolutionary theory, and Darwin's influence on their work including Watson's discovery of the structure of DNA (from December 14, 2005).moreless
  • A rebroadcast of an hour with Doris Kearns Goodwin in which the noted historian and author of
  • Conan O'Brien
    Episode 0824
    An hour with Conan O'Brien, host of "Late Night with Conan O'Brien".
  • The first part of a two-part conversation dedicated to remembering the tragedy of Hurricane Katrina and discussing the outlook for reconstruction. Jed Horne, author of
  • 8/28/06
    In The Second Of Two Hours On The Legacy Of Hurricane Katrina, Filmmaker Spike Lee Discusses His Documentary "When The Levees Broke: A Requiem In Four Acts" About Post-Katrina New Orleans. Then, Norman Francis, President Of Xavier University Of Louisana And Chairman Of The Lousiana Recovery Authority, Discusses The Rebuilding Efforts, One Year Later.moreless
  • 8/29/06
    First, Tony Award-Winning Actor Richard Griffiths Discusses His Work In Broadway'S "The History Boys." Then, Author Simon Schama Discusses His Book On Slavery In The American Colonies, "Rough Crossings: Britain, The Slaves And The American Revolution". Finally, Jonathan Schell Of "The Nation" Discusses His Article On Government Powers, "Too Late For Empire, The Origins Of The Crisis Of The Republic."moreless
  • 8/30/06
    First, The New York City Commissioner Of The Department Of Health And Mental Hygiene, Dr. Thomas Frieden, Discusses Public Health In New York, Aids, Pandemics, And World Health Care. Then, Amy Farber, Executive Director Of The Lam Treatment Alliance, Discusses Her Battle With Lymphangioleiomyomatosis, A Rare Fatal Lung Disease That Affects Women In Their Child Bearing Years. Finally, Cesar Millan, Host Of National Geographic Channel'S "Dog Whisperer With Cesar Millan," Discusses His Career As A Dog Behavioral Expert.moreless
  • 8/31/06
    First, Musician Brian Burton A.K.A. "Danger Mouse" Discusses His Musical Career And Innovative Collaborations With A Variety Of Leading Performers.||Then, An Interview With Multi-Platinum Selling, Grammy Award Winning Rock Artists Jack And Meg White Of The White Stripes, Which Originally Aired October 17, 2005, In Which They Discuss Their Career And New Album.moreless
  • 9/1/06
    First, A Conversation With Legendary Football Coach Of Pennsylvania State University Joe Paterno, Which Originally Aired February 20, 2006, In Which He Discusses His Career And Young Athletes.||Then, Dean Karen Van Lengen Of The University Of Virginia School Of Architecture Discusses The State Of Architecture And Her Role In Helping To Train The Next Generation Of Architects.moreless
  • 9/4/06
    An hour conversation with Ronald Lauder, co-founder of the Neue Galerie in New York City about the famed Austrian artist Gustav Klimt whose masterpiece,
  • 9/5/06
    First, David Sanger, The White House Correspondent For "The New York Times," And Tom Defrank, The Washington Bureau Chief For The "New York Daily News" Discuss President Bush'S September 5, 2006 Address On Iraq And Terrrorism. Then, Johnnie Roberts Of "Newsweek" And Marc Gunther Of "Fortune" Discuss The Surprise Ouster Of Viacom Ceo Tom Freston And Its Implications For The Company And For Media More Broadly.moreless
  • 9/6/06
    First, The Assistant To The President For Homeland Security And Counterterrorism, Frances Fragos Townsend, Discusses The War On Terrorism And The Bush Administration'S Strategy Going Forward. Then, Bill Carter Of The New York Times And Howard Kurtz Of The Washington Post Discuss The Deut Of Katie Couric On The "Cbs Evening News."moreless
  • 9/7/06
    First, Ted Koppel Discusses His Documentary "The Price Of Secuirty," Which Examines The Post-9/11 Environment And The Balance Between National Security And Civil Liberties. Then, The New Editor Of Time Magazine, Richard Stengel, And The New Editor Of Newsweek, Jon Meacham, Discuss Their Roles And The Future Of Their Publications And The Magazine Industry.moreless
  • 9/11/06
    First, Sculptor Richard Serra Discusses The Impact Of Witnessing 9/11. Serra'S Studio Was Located In Lower Manhattan, Not Far From The World Trade Center, And He Recalls The Horrifying Scenes Of That Day And How It Has Shaped His Life And Work Since. Then, George Packer And Calvin Trillin Of "The New Yorker" Magazine, Filmmaker And Author Nora Ephron, And Reverend Calvin Butts Discuss 9/11 From The Vantage Point Of Five Years Out, Touching On How That Event Continues To Shape The World. Finally, David Friend, Vanity Fair'S Editor Of Creative Development Discusses His New Book, "Watching The World Change: The Stories Behind The Images Of 9/11".moreless
  • 9/12/06
    Super-Star Chef Mario Batali Joins Charlie For A Conversation About His Love Of Cooking And His New Book "Mario Tailgates Nascar Style". Batali Discusses His Experience At Nascar Events, Which He Describes As A "Microcosm Of American Gastronomy". He Also Talks About The Essence Of His Brand And Personal Style--Comfort And Quality. Next, Charlie Speaks With Filmmaker Bart Freundlich And Actress Julianne Moore About Their New Film "Trust The Man". The Husband And Wife Team Discuss Their Newest Film, Which Follows The Story Of Two Friends Who Try To Save Their Relationships After Cheating, Drama And Trial Separations.moreless
  • 9/13/06
    First, Editor Of The "New Yorker", David Remnick, Discusses His Coverage Of The Post-Presidency Life And Legacy Of Bill Clinton. Then, Arielle Dombasle Discusses Her Evolution As A Singer And Actress, As Well As Her Upcoming U.S. Debut Performance In New York City.
  • 9/15/06
    An hour conversation with Leslie Moonves about his role as CEO of CBS, Katie Couric's evening news debut, a new era of opportunity for CBS, and the future of the television industry.
  • 9/18/06
    A Conversation With Ray Takeyh Of The Council Of Foreign Relations And David Sanger, White House Correspondent For The New York Times, About The Meeting Of The United Nations General Assembly In New York. They Also Discuss The Implications Of Iran'S Failure To Stop Enriching Uranium Despite A U.N. Deadline, And The Subsequent Calls For Economic Sanctions Against Iran By The Bush Administration. Then, A Conversation With Tom Glocer About Being Named The First Non-Journalist Ceo Of Reuters. Glocer Discusses How The Digital Revolution Is Changing The News Industry And How Reuters Plans To Respond To The New Challenges And Opportunities. A Tribute To The Life And Work Of Italian Journalist Oriana Fallaci Which Includes Clips Of Her Past Appearances On The Program.moreless
  • 9/19/06
    Romano Prodi, The Prime Minister Of Italy, Sits Down With Charlie To Discuss The Nuclear Standoff With Iran. Prodi Affirms Italy'S Opposition To A Nuclearized Iran, But Argues That Sanctions May Not Be The Answer. Prodi Also Discusses The Rise Of China And Efforts To Establish Stronger Relations Between His Country And The Emerging Asian Superpower. He Also Touches On Transatlantic Relations And Globalization. Then, Charlie Talks To Jessica Matthews, President Of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace, And Max Boot Of The Council On Foreign Relations About President Bush'S Address To The United Nations General Assembly. The Discussion Focuses On Diplomatic Impasse Over Iran'S Nuclear Program And How The Failing Military Effort In Iraq Is Complicating U.S. Foreign Policy.moreless
  • 9/20/06
    First, Vali Nasr Of The Council On Foreign Relations And Robin Wright Of The Washingtion Post Discuss Mahmoud Ahmadinejad`S Speech To The United Nations And Its Impact On U.S. Foreign Policy. Then, Terry Semel, Ceo Of Yahoo! Inc., Discusses Yahoo!'S Recent Earnings Report As Well As The Future Of Media And Technology. Finally, New York Times Columnist Frank Rich Discusses His New Book About The Bush Administrations Campaign To Go To War In Iraq Called "The Greatest Story Ever Sold".moreless
  • 9/21/06
    First, Chilean President Michelle Bachelet Discusses The United Nations General Assembly, Latin America, And Domestic Concerns Facing Chile. Then Secretary-General Of Nato Jaap De Hoop Scheffer Discusses The United Nations General Assembly, Nato'S Role In Afghanistan, And The Expansion Of Nato. Finally, Documentarian Ric Burns Discusses His New Project, "The Life And Times Of Andy Warhol" About The Late Pop Artist.moreless
  • 9/22/06
    First, U.K. Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett Discusses Her Address To The United Nations General Assembly And The Ongoing Wars In Iraq And Afghanistan. Then, Sir Richard Branson, Chairman And Ceo Of The Virgin Group, And Famed Venture Capitalist And Partner At Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield & Byers, Vinod Khosla, Discuss Their Global Environmental Intiatives, The Threat Of Global Warming, And The Potential Of Green Technology. They Also Discuss Branson'S $3 Billion Commitment To Fund Research Into Alternative Energy Sources.moreless
  • Pervez Musharraf
    Episode 0925
    Charlie Rose interviews Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan
  • A Discussion About Terrorism
    A Discussion About Terrorism
    Episode 09.25.06
    Former senator Gary Hart discusses the ongoing threat of terrorism against the United States and appropriate counter-terrorism measures.
  • 9/26/06
    An Hour Of Conversation With Justice Stephen Breyer And Justice Sandra Day O'Connor About The Minds Of The Current United States Supreme Court And The Issues Of Judiciary Independence And Activism. The Conversation Includes Discussion Of The Process Of Judicial Selection At Both The National And State Levels.
  • 9/27/06
    First, Undersecretary Of State For Political Affiars Nick Burns Discusses The United States And Its Relationship With Afghanistan And Pakistan, As Well As The Current Nuclear Crisis With Iran. Then, Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul Discusses Turkey And The European Union, As Well As The War In Iraq.
  • 9/28/06
    First, Chris Wallace Discusses His Confrontational Interview With Bill Clinton In Which The Former President Forcefully Defended His Administration'S Record Of Counter-Terrorism.Iithen, Richard Clarke Discusses His Position As The Clinton Administration'S Key Counterterrorism Official, As Well As His Book "Against All Enemies", Which Was Repeatedly Referenced During The Clinton-Wallace Interview.Iinext, Republican Congessman Peter King Discusses His Personal Relationship With Bill Clinton, And Reflects On The Clinton-Wallace Interview And The Clinton Counter-Terrorism Record.Iithen, Lawrence Wright Discusses How A Reference To His Book "The Looming Tower: Al Qaeda And The Road To 9/11" Sparked An Angry Response From President Clinton And.Iithen, David Remnick Discusses The Political Implications Of The Clinton-Wallace Interview In Light Of His Recent Profile Of The Former President.Iiand Finally, John Harris And Al Hunt Discuss The Political Opportunism Of The Interview.moreless
  • 9/29/06
    First, A Conversation With Bob Wright About His Twenty Years Of Leadership As Chairman And Ceo Of Nbc Universal And His Future Plans For The Company.Iithen, A Conversation With Co-Authors Michael Isikoff, An Investigative Correspondent From "Newsweek", And David Corn, The Washington Editor Of "The Nation" Magazine, About Their New Book "Hubris: The Inside Story Of Spin, Scandal, And The Selling Of The Iraq War". The Authors Discuss Their Contention That The Bush Administration Deliberately Mislead The American People In Its Push To Go To War With Iraq.moreless
  • 10/2/06
    Charlie sits down with Elizabeth Edwards, wife of former Democratic vice-presidential candidate John Edwards, for a conversation of her new memoir "Saving Graces". Edwards discusses her family, her fight with cancer and the possibility of the returning to the campaign trail in 2008. Then, Charlie discusses the new film "The Queen" with its star, Helen Mirren, and director, Stephen Frears. The film explores the British monarchy in the days following the death of Princess Diana through eyes of Queen Elizabeth II.moreless
  • 10/3/06
    An hour conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward about his book
  • 10/4/06
    First, A Conversation With Sumner Redstone, The Executive Chairman And Founder Of Viacom. He Looks Back On His Career And Discusses His Involvement With Cbs And Paramount, The Recent Purchase Of Dreamworks Skg And His Decision To Step Down From Viacom. Then, A Conversation With Wikimedia Founder Jimmy Wales About The Growing Success Of His User-Generated Websites, Including The Free On-Line Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.moreless
  • 10/5/06
    First, A Conversation With Mark Halperin Political Director Of Abc News, And John Harris National Political Editor Of "The Washington Post" About The Release Of Their New Book "The Way To Win: Taking The White House In 2008".Iithen, A Conversation With Former Senator From Missouri, And Ordained Episcopal Priest, John Danforth About His New Book "Faith And Politics".moreless
  • 10/6/06
    First, A Conversation With Former Secretary Of State James Baker About His Life In Politics And His New Book, "Work Hard, Study, And Keep Out Of Politics" Then, A Discussion With Stephen Roach, A Global Economist With Morgan Stanley, And Henry Mcvey, A Chief Investment Strategist At Morgan Stanley, About The Dow Jones Average, The Reaction On Wall Street, And What It Means For The Economy.moreless
  • 10/9/06
    First, A Conversation With David Sanger Of "The New York Times," Selig Harrison, From The Center For International Policy, Kongdan Oh From The Brookings Institution, And Ashton Carter, Former Assistant Secretary Of Defense In The Clinton Administration, About The Threat Of North Korea And The Events Surrounding Their First Nuclear Test. Then, The Second Part Of A Two Part Series With James Baker. Charlie Discusses Baker'S New Book, "Work Hard, Study And Keep Out Of Politics," As Well As His Position As Co-Chair Of The Middle East Peace Process.moreless
  • 10/10/06
    First, A Conversation About Business And The Computer Industry With Carly Fiorina, Former Ceo Of Hewlett-Packard, About Her New Memoir, "Tough Choices." Then, A Discussion With Author Niall Ferguson About Empires And His New Book, "The War Of The World: 20Th Century Conflict And The Descent Of The West."
  • 10/11/06
    First, A Conversation With Actors Toby Jones And Sandra Bullock About Their New Film, "Infamous," And The Characters They Play, Truman Capote And Harper Lee, Respectively. Then, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist And Author Anna Quindlen Discusses Political Affairs And Her New Book, "Rise And Shine."
  • 10/12/06
    First, A Conversation With Billionaire Philanthropist George Soros About His Global And Political Causes, And His New Book, "The Age Of Fallability: Consequences Of The War On Terror" Then, A Discussion With The Editor Of The Political Blog, The Huffington Post, About Politics, Blogging, And Her New Book, "On Becoming Fearless In Love, Work And Life."moreless
  • Author John Grisham
    Author John Grisham
    Episode 10.13.06
    An hour conversation with best-selling author John Grisham about corruption in the U.S. legal system and his first work of non-fiction,
  • 10/13/06
    A conversation with Alejandro Toledo, President of Peru, about his address to the United Nations General Assembly. Toledo discusses social reform, combating corruption and reviving Peru's economy.
  • 10/16/06
    First, Paul Volcker, Chairman Of The U.N.'S Independent Inquiry Committee On The Oil-For-Food Program, Discusses The United Nations And The United States Today. Then, Nandan Nilekani, Ceo Of Infosys, Discusses His Career And Company In India.
  • Mikhail Gorbachev
    Episode 10.17.06
    An hour with Mikhail Gorbachev, former President of the Soviet Union about his life and political career. He discusses his role in the end of communism and the eventual collapse of the Soviet Union. Gorbachev applauds the efforts of Vladimir Putin to restore order to the country and elevate it to prominence on the world stage. He also talks about his charity work and his environmental foundation, Green Cross International.moreless
  • 10/18/06
    First, Maureen Dowd Remembers R.W. "Johnny" Apple. Then, Calvin Trillin And Todd Purdum Remember R.W. "Johnny" Apple. Then, Tom Brokaw Remembers R.W. "Johnny" Apple. Finally, A Reairing Of Previous Discussions With R.W. "Johnny" Apple.
  • Barack Obama
    Episode 1019
    An hour conversation with Democratic Illinois Senator Barack Obama about his book on the future of American politics, "The Audacity of Hope". Obama also discusses his political career and the possibility of running for president in 2008.
  • 10/20/06
    First, "Washington Post" Reporter Tom Ricks Joins Charlie For A Discussion Of The Current State Of Iraq. Ricks Says There Are Simply No Good Options Left And That The U.S. Must Choose Between The Best Of The Worst. Then, "New York Times" Bureau Chief In Baghdad, John Burns, Discusses His Perspective On The State Of Iraq. Burns Paints A Grim Portrait Of The State Of The Country And The Outlook For Stability. Finally, Charlie Is Joined By Hank Haney, The Golf Coach To Tiger Woods, For A Discussion Of His Secrets To Success.moreless
  • 10/23/06
    First, Charlie Sits Down With Hungarian Born Author And Journalist Kati Martin On The 50Th Anniversary Of The Hungarian Revolution To Talk About Her New Book, "The Great Escape: Nine Jews Who Fled Hitler And Changed The World." Then, Feminist Icons Jane Fonda And Gloria Steinem Discuss Their New Talk Radio Network, Greestone Media, Aimed At Women And Programmed By Women. Finally, Kiran Desai Discusses Her New Booker Prize Winning Novel, "The Inheritance Of Loss."moreless
  • 10/24/06
    First, Kate Winslet Discusses Her New Film, "Little Children," In Which She Plays A Suburban Mother In A Love Affair With A Married Man. Then, Forest Whitaker Discusses His Portrayal Of Ugandan Dictator Idi Amin In The Film, "The Last King Of Scotland."
  • 10/25/06
    First, Peter Baker Of "The Washington Post" And Leslie Gelb, Former President Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Discuss President Bush'S Speech On Iraq Policy. Then, Robert Kagan, A Senior Associate Of The Carnegie Endowment For Peace And A Monthly Columnist For "The Washington Post," Discusses His New Book, "Dangerous Nation."moreless
  • An hour conversation with Henri Loyrette, director of the Louvre Museum in Paris and Michael Shapiro, director of the High Museum of Art in Atlanta about their partnership, Louvre Atlanta. The three-year exhibition will bring hundreds of masterpieces from the famed Louvre Museum in Paris to the newly renovated High Museum.moreless
  • 10/27/06
    First, The Writer And Director Of "Running With Scissors" Drops By With One Of The Film'S Stars, Annette Bening, To Discuss The Film, Which Was Adapted By Augusten Burroughs'S Best-Selling Memoir. Then, Charlie Is Joined By Brian Cox, Who Also Stars In "Running With Scissors." They Discuss The Film, As Well As His Role On Hbo'S "Deadwood." Finally, Attorney Robert Amsterdam, Who Represents Mikhail Khodorkovsky, The Former Russian Billionaire Oil Man Who Is Now Imprisoned For Tax Evasion, Joins Charlie For A Discussion Of His Client'S Condition And The Current State Of Russia.moreless
  • 10/30/06
    First, Ken Mehlman, Chairman Of The Republican National Committee, Discusses The Republican Agenda For The Upcoming 2006 Midterm Elections.Then, Penelope Cruz And Director Pedro Almodovar Discuss Their Many Collaborations And Their New Project, "Volver."
  • Part One of the Charlie Rose Science Series: From Freud to the mysteries of the human brain. Topics include Sigmund Freud and the study of psychoanalytics, information storage and processing, learning, remembering, perception, thinking, feeling, and behavior. Panelists include: Paul Nurse, Eric Kandel, Aaron Beck, Steven Roose, Peter Fonagy, Nancy Kanwisher, Nora Volkow, Rebecca Saxe and Liz Phelps.moreless
  • 11/1/06
    First, Charlie Talks To Abc News Political Director Mark Halperin About The Recent Controversial Comments Of Senator John Kerry On The Troops In Iraq.Then, Howard Dean, Chairman Of The Democratic National Committee, Discusses The Democrats' Agenda For The Upcoming 2006 Midterm Elections.Finally, David Kuo, Former Deputy Director Of The Office Of Faith-Based And Community Initiatives In The Bush White House, Discusses His New Book, "Tempting Faith: An Inside Story Of Politcal Seduction," In Which He Claims The Administration Politicized The Program.moreless
  • 11/2/06
    First, Charlie Talks To Dr. David Sinclair Of Harvard Medical School And Nicholas Wade, The Science Reporter For "The New York Times," About A Groundbreaking New Health Study Involving A Molecule Called Resveritrol. The Molecule, Found In Grapes, And Therefore Wine, Offsets The Effects Of High Caloric Intake In Obese Mice, And Also Extends Their Longevity.Then, Charlie Talks With Andy Grove Of Intel Fame And Harvard Business School Professor Richard Tedlow, Who Authored "Andy Grove: The Life And Times Of An American."Finally, Business Mogul Jack Welch And His Wife Suzy Welch Discuss Their New Life Giving Advice To Business People And Their New Book, "Winning The Answers."moreless
  • 11/3/06
    First, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion On The State Of Iraq. Topics Include What Is Happening On The Ground, What The Political Implications For The 2006 Elections Are, And What May Be The Consequences Of A Change. Joining Charlie Is Anthony Shadid Of "The Washington Post," General Jack Keane, "Newsweek International" Editor Fareed Zakaria, And Adam Nagourney Of "The New York Times."Then, An Appreciation Of The Great American Writer William Styron, Who Died On Wednesday, November 1, At Age 81.moreless
  • 11/6/06
    First, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion Of The 2006 Midterm Elections With John Harwood Of The "Wall Street Journal," Al Hunt Of Bloomberg News, Jo Mannies Of The "St. Louis Post Dispatch," Norman Ornstein Of The American Enterprise Institute, And Michael Duffy Of "Time" Magazine. Then, Charlie Talks To 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Wangari Maathai About Her New Book, "Unbowed."moreless
  • A panel discussion about the results of the 2006 midterm elections with Jon Meacham of
  • 11/8/06
    First, Charlie Discusses The Resignation Of Secretary Of Defense Donald Rumsfeld With Former White House Chief Of Staff Andrew Card. Then, Charlie Is Joined By Illinois Congressman Rahm Emanuel For A Discussion Of The Democratic Victory In The House Of Representatives. Finally, Charlie Hosts A Panel Discussion Of The Impact Of The 2006 Midterm Elections With Howard Fineman Of "Newsweek," Former Chief Of Staff Of President Reagan, Ken Duberstein, Jill Abramson Of The "New York Times," And Mark Halperin Of Abc News.moreless
  • 11/9/06
    First, An Appreciation Of The Late 60 Minutes Anchor Ed Bradley, With A Reairing Of Charlie'S Interviews With His Old Friend. Then, A Discussion With Will Ferrell About His Years On "Saturday Night Live" And His Chart-Topping Career, Including His New Film, "Stranger Than Fiction."
  • 11/10/06
    First, Bill Kristol Of The "Weekly Standard" And Martha Raddatz Of Abc Discuss The Resignation Of Donald Rumsfeld And What The Changes In The Pentagon Will Mean For The Bush Administration And The War In Iraq. Then, A Conversation About The New Congress With Representative James Clyburn Of South Carolina. Finally, A Discussion With Iraq Veterans David Myers, Paul Rieckhoff, And Daniel Anfang About What It Was To Be On The Front Lines In Iraq.moreless
  • 11/13/06
    First, French Intellectual, Political Figure, And Businessman Jacques Attali Joins Charlie For A Discussion About Microfinance.||Then, Duke Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski And His Daughter, Jamie Spatola, Discuss Their New Book, "Beyond Basketball."||Finally, Actor Martin Short Drops By To Discuss His Career And His New Broadway Play, "Fame Becomes Me."
  • 11/14/06
    First, A Conversation With Former Democratic Senator And The 2004 Democratic Presidential Candidate John Edwards About Poverty And Also About His New Book "Home: The Blueprints For Our Lives".Iithen, A Conversation With Former U.K. Ambassador To The United Nations And Former Special Envoy To Iraq Jeremy Greenstock About The British Government'S Decision To Join The U.S. In Iraq.moreless
  • 11/15/06
    First, Columbia University Professor And Palestinian Expert Rashid Khalidi Discusses The Politics And Struggles Of The Middle East And His New Book, "The Iron Cage."||Then, Author Antonia Fraser Discusses Her New Historical Biography, "Love And Louis Xiv: The Women In The Life Of The Sun King."
  • 11/16/06
    First, a conversation with actor Daniel Craig about his role as James Bond in the new film "Casino Royale."IIThen, a conversation with Chairman and CEO of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation, Sheldon Adelson, about his career as an entrepreneur, the future of his gambling developments in Macau, and his funding of the Adelson Medical Reseach Foundation.IIFinally, a conversation with Alex Trebek about his career as the host of "Jeopardy."moreless
  • 11/17/06
    First, Charlie Speaks With Former Secretary Of State And Treasury, George Shultz, About The Legacy Of The Late Milton Friedman, Who Passed Away At Age 94. They Discuss His Impact Both On Economic Theory And On Political Policy.||Then, An Excerpt From Charlie'S Last Conversation With Milton Friedman, Which Took Place In December 2005. They Discuss Friedman'S Legacy, His Take On The State Of American Society And His Outlook For The World And Its Economy.||Finally, The Director And Cast Of The New Film "History Boys", Which Was Adapted From The Hit Broadway Musical, Join Charlie To Discuss The Movie. The Film, Which Stars Richard Griffiths, Frances De La Tour, Samuel Barnett & Dominic Cooper And Was Directed By Nicholas Hytner, Follows The Story Of Three English Boys Trying To Qualify For Oxford And Cambridge.moreless
  • 11/20/06
    First, a conversation with Brian Williams, the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News about his coverage of Hurricane Katrina, the Tsunami in Indonesia, and his career as a journalist.IIThen, a conversation with "The Dixie Chicks" about the release of their new documentary "Shut Up and Sing" and the controversy surrounding their opposition to President Bush and the war in Iraq.moreless
  • Art Critic Robert Hughes
    Episode 11.21.06
    An hour conversation with Australian art critic Robert Hughes about life, art, and his memoir,
  • Brice Marden
    Episode 1122
    An hour conversation with artist Brice Marden from The Museum of Modern Art during a retrospective of his paintings and drawings. Marden is a renowned abstract painter whose work focuses on minimalism and gestural abstraction.
  • 11/23/06
    A discussion about technology and globalization from the TechNet summit. Guests include: John Hennessy, President of Stanford University, Carly Fiorina, the Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, and Bing Gordon, Co-Founder, Executive Vice President & Chief Creative Officer of Electronic Arts.
  • Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates
    An hour conversation with Microsoft founder Bill Gates about building Microsoft, the future of technology and the success of his philanthropic endeavor, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
  • 11/24/06
    First, Charlie Sits Down With Art Historian John Richardson And William Acquavella Of Acquavella Galleries To Discuss The Influence Of Their Friend, Renowned British Painter Lucian Freud. Then, Filmmaker And Author Nora Ephron Discusses Her New Best-Selling Book, "I Feel Bad About My Neck."
  • 11/27/06
    First, A Conversation With 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammad Yunus About His Advances In The Microfinance Movement, Which Will Benefit More Than 100 Million People In More Than 100 Countries. Then, Photographer Annie Leibovitz Joins Charlie For A Discussion About Her Life, Her Work, Her Relationship With Susan Sontag, And Her New Book, "A Photographer'S Life: 1990-2005."moreless
  • 11/28/06
    First, A Conversation With Environmentalist Amory Lovins, Founder And Ceo Of The Rocky Mountain Institute. For 30 Years Lovins Has Been At The Forefront Of Research Into Sustainable Forms Of Energy. He Now Serves As An Advisor To Wal-Mart And The Pentagon. Then, Hotel Entrepreneur Ian Schrager Discusses Following Up The Success Of Famed Nightclub Studio 54 With A Line Of Boutique Hotels. His Newest Project Is The Gramercy Park Hotel In New York City.moreless
  • 11/29/06
    First, Morgan Freeman Discusses The Changing Shape Of Movies In The Digital Revolution, His Recent Trip To Grenada, And His Latest Film, "Ten Items Or Less." Then, Gary Wills, Professor Of History Emeritus At Northwestern University, Discusses His New Book, "What Paul Meant," About Christianity And The Significance Of Paul'S Observations.moreless
  • 11/30/06
    First, Former President Jimmy Carter Discusses His Controversial New Book, "Palesine: Peace, Not Apartheid," In Which He Calls For A State Of Permanent Peace In Israel. Then, Israeli Vice Premiere Shimon Peres Responds To Jimmy Carter'S Book And Offers His Own Perspective On The Middle East.
  • 12/1/06
    First, Playwright David Hare Discusses His Views On Tony Blair, The War In Iraq, And His New Broadway Play, "The Vertical Hour." Then, Josef Joffe, Publisher Of The German Weekly "Die Zeit," Discusses His Perspective On American Foreign Policy And His New Book, "Uberpower: The Imperial Temptation Of America."
  • 12/4/06
    First, United Nations Undersecretary-General For Emergency Relief Jan Egeland Discusses The U.N.'S Role In Humanitarian Crises And His Plans For The Future. Then, Ben Barnes, The Former Lieutenant Governor Of Texas, Discusses His Long Political Career In Texas And Washington, Which He Writes About In His New Memoir, "Barn Burning, Barn Building."moreless
  • First, A Panel Discusses The Case Of Former Kgb Spy Alexander Litvinenko Who Died Last Month From Radiation Poisoning. Panelists Include Investigative Reporter Edward Jay Epstein, Russian Scholar Stephen Cohen, Former Ambassador Jack Matlock, And Author And Friend Of Alexander Litvinenko, Yuri Felshtinsky. Then, An Exclusive Performance From Grammy Award Winners Sting And Sam Moore, Followed By A Discussion Of Their Individual Work And Collaborative Projects.moreless
  • 12/6/06
    First, Botswana'S President Festus Mogae Discusses His Country'S Multiparty Democracy, Successful Diamond Industry, And Ambitious Anti-Aids Program. Then, Controversial Author Salman Rushdie Discusses His New Book, "Shalimar The Clown." Finally, Sir Michael Caine Discusses His New Film, "The Prestige."
  • 12/7/06
    First, James Baker And Lee Hamilton, Co-Chairs Of The Iraq Study Group, Talk About Their Views On Amrerica'S Continued Role In Iraq And The Rest Of The Middle East. Then, Grammy Award-Winning Singer Tony Bennett Discusses His New Album "Tony Bennett Duets: An American Classic," His Collaboration With Other Artists For The Duets, And Painting. Finally, Natilie Gulbis Describes Her Golf Game, Her Personal Motivation, And Her New Series "The Natalie Gulbis Show."moreless
  • 12/8/06
    First, Charlie Speaks To New York Times'S Baghdad Correspondent John Burns About The Deteriorating Conditions On The Ground In Iraq And The Prospects For A Full Blown Civil War. Burns Also Addresses The Recent Report Of The Iraq Study Group And Assesses Its Primary Recommendations, Including The Potential For Diplomatic Outreach To Syria And Iran. Then, Charlie Sits Down With Comedian Stephen Colbert, Host Of "The Colbert Report". Colbert Discusses His Life And Career, The Rise Of Television Punditry And His Successful Partnership With Jon Stewart, First On "The Daily Show" And Now On "The Colbert Report".moreless
  • 12/11/06
    First, "New Yorker" Reporter Ken Auletta Discusses His Recent Profile Of Lou Dobbs And Dobbs'S New Role As A Populist Crusader. Then, Lou Dobbs Offers His Views On Immigration, Free Trade, And The American Dream. His Book Is Called "War On The Middle Class: How The Government, Big Business And Special Interest Groups Are Waging War On The American Dream, And How To Fight Back."moreless
  • 12/12/06
    First, a discussion about breakthroughs in particle physics with distinguished Harvard professor Lisa Randall. Randall provides an introduction to her theory that gravity is concentrated in a higher dimensional universe that is parallel to our own. Then, a conversation with Edward O. Wilson about his new book, "The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on Earth," which urges cooperation between religious and environmental forces to save the planet from environmental ruin.moreless
  • 12/13/06
    An hour conversation with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about the foreign policy issues that shaped 2006. Topics include the report from the Iraq Study Group, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the broader conflict in the Middle East.
  • 12/14/06
    First, A Discussion With Former Secretary Of State Madeleine Albright About The War In Iraq And The Iraq Study Group. The Discussion Focused On America'S Use Of Military Power, Its Place In The International System, And Possible Methods For Peacekeeping In The Future. Then, A Discussion With Wine Writer Jancis Robinson About Her Book "The Oxford Companion To Wine," Her Oxford Years, And The Experience Of Enjoying Good Wine.moreless
  • 12/15/06
    First, A Conversation With Former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski About The Iraqi Government, American Foreign Policy, And Middle Eastern Politics. Then, An Appreciation Of Ahmet Ertegun, Founder Of Atlantic Records, With His Last Conversation With Charlie (From 2/21/05). Ertegun Discusses His Life, Career And The Popularization Of Jazz And Later R&B Music.moreless
  • A panel discussion with Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, director of
  • 12/21/06
    An hour conversation with Academy Award-winning actor George Clooney about his role in the film
  • 12/22/06
    First, a conversation with Clive Owen about his starring role in the film "Children of Men". Then, a conversation with Edward Norton about his starring role in the film "The Painted Veil" as well as the experience of filming abroad in China.
  • On Christmas Eve, a rebroadcast of a conversation about the life and meaning of Christ in the new millennium with author of
  • 12/26/06
    Academy Award winning actress Cate Blanchett joins Charlie for a discussion of her roles in three new films, "Babel", "Notes on a Scandal" and "The Good German". Blanchett also discusses the honor of sharing the screen with film legend Judi Dench. Then, a conversation with director Sir Richard Eyre about his new film "Notes on a Scandal" and the debut of his West End musical, "Mary Poppins", on Broadway.moreless
  • 12/28/06
    First, A Conversation With The Former Chairman And Ceo Of Citigroup, Sandy Weill. Weill Discusses His Serial Successes In Business, Including His Work In Building The Financial Colossus Citigroup And His Relationship With Former Protege Jamie Dimon. Weill Also Discusses His Reputation In Business, Which Was Defined By Legendary Success As Well As Accusations Of Ethical Misconduct. Then, Charlie Sits Down With Anthony O'Reilly, The Former Chairman And Ceo Of H.J. Heinz Discusses His Experience As A Foreigner Rising Through The Ranks Of American Business. He Also Discusses His Career As A Hall Of Fame Rugby Player, His Philanthropic Efforts And The Economic Growth Of His Native Ireland.moreless
  • 12/29/06
    First, Charlie Is Joined By Scott Mcnealy, Chairman Of Sun Microsystems, John Doerr Of Kleiner, Perkins, Caulfield & Byers And K.R. Shridhar Of Bloom Energy To Discuss Breakthroughs In Alternative Energy And The Potential Of Green Technologies. Then, Charlie Is Joined By Jerry Yang, Founder Of Yahoo, Brian Halla, Chairman And Ceo Of National Semiconductor, Reed Hastings, Founder And Ceo Of Netflix, & Charles Giancarlo, Senior Vice-President And Cdo Of Cisco. They Discuss The Future Of The Internet And Networking And The Promise Of Web 3.0.moreless