Charlie Rose - Season 2007

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




Episode Guide

  • A Conversation With Author Akiva Eldar About His Book Lords Of The Land: The War Over Israel'S Settlements In The Occupied Territories, 1967-2007. || A Conversation With Maha Abu-Dayyeh Shamas, Palestinian Delegate, And Naomi Chazan, Israeli Delegate, International Women'S Commission. || A Conversation With Author Ramachandra Guha About His Book India After Gandhi.moreless
  • Charlie Rose Tomorrow : The Dillinger Escape Plan
    The Dillinger Escape Plan is a heavy metal rock band known for intense instrumentation and pounding performances that incorporate light shows, fireworks, fire breathing, and other special effects. Also known as DEP, the band was founded in 1996 by Ben Weinman - lead guitarist, and Chris Pennie - drummer, and recorded their first album with Relapse Records the following year. The band broke through with their second album, Calculating Infinity, which was widely acclaimed by underground and mainstream press. Ireworks, their latest album was released in November.moreless
  • A conversation with William F. Buckley, Jr. about his life, career and book Cancel Your Own Goddam Subscription. || A conversation with author Naomi Klein about her book The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.
  • A Conversation With Paul Krugman About His Book The Conscience Of A Liberal.|| A Conversation With Randall Robinson, Founder Of Transafrica. Robinson Discusses His Book An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, From Revolution To The Kidnapping Of A President.
  • A Conversation With Dr. Alain F. Carpentier. In 2006, Dr. Carpentier Performed An Emergency Mitral Valve Repair Procedure On Charlie Rose, Charlie Fell Ill While En Route To Damascus To Interview Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. || A Conversation With Craig Venter, Author Of A Life Decoded: My Genome: My Life.
  • A Conversation With Reverend Peter Gomes Author Of The Scandalous Gospel Of Jesus-What'S So Good About The Good News? || A Discussion About Counterinsurgency With Sarah Sewall, Harvard University & Montgomery Mcfate, Institute For Defense Analysis.
  • 12/21/07
    A discussion about the film "There Will Be Blood" with director Paul Thomas Anderson and actor Daniel-Day Lewis. The film is loosely adapted by Paul Thomas Anderson from the 1927 novel OIL! by Upton Sinclair. The movie centers on a character Daniel Plainview, played by Daniel Day-Lewis, who starts out as a simple silver miner, that happens upon oil in his silver efforts.moreless
  • Charlie Rose Science Series: From Potential of the Mind to Diseases of the Brain with Paul Nurse of Rockefeller University, Eric Kandel of Columbia University, Catherine Lord from the University of Michigan, Helen Mayberg of Emory University and Donald Price of Johns Hopkins University.
  • Charlie Rose Science Series: From Potential of the Mind to Diseases of the Brain
    Charlie Rose Science Series: From Potential of the Mind to Diseases of the Brain with Paul Nurse of Rockefeller University, Eric Kandel of Columbia University, Catherine Lord from the University of Michigan, Helen Mayberg of Emory University and Donald Price of Johns Hopkins University.
  • A Discussion About Time Magazine'S Person Of The Year Vladimir Putin With Managing Editor Rick Stengel. || A Discussion About The Life And Work Of Peter Jennings With Kayce Freed Jennings, Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker, Lynn Sher Of Abc News And David Westin, President Of Abc News. Peter Jennings Was A Canadian-American Journalist And News Anchor. He Was The Sole Anchor Of Abc'S World News Tonight From 1983 Until His Death In 2005 Of Complications From Lung Cancer. The Panel Also Discuss The Book A Reporter'S Life Peter Jennings Edited By Kayce Freed Jennings, Lynn Sherr And Kate Darnton. || A Conversation With Pulitzer Prize-Winning American Novelist Richard Russo About His Book Bridge Of Sighs.moreless
  • A Conversation With James Lipton Host Of Inside The Actors Studio And Author Of Inside Inside. || A Conversation With Author David Frost About His Book Frost/Nixon: Behind The Scenes Of The Nixon Interviews.
  • Brad Pitt
    Episode 1217
    A conversation with Brad Pitt about his Make It Right project. Make It Right are building 150 houses in the Lower 9th Ward, one of the most devastated areas of New Orleans.
  • Bill Clinton
    Episode 1214
    An hour with former President Bill Clinton about his book Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World.
  • A Discussion About The Mitchell Report On Performance-Enhancing Drugs In Major League Baseball With George Mitchell. || A Discussion About The Film And Book The Kite Runner With Author Khaled Hosseini, Director Marc Forster And Actor Khalid Abdalla.
  • An Hour With Actor And Comedian Steve Martin About His Career, His Life And His Memoir; Born Standing Up: A Comic'S Life.
  • A Discussion About The Age Of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings In The Metropolitan Museum Of Art With Philippe De Montebello, Director Of The Metropolitan Museum Of Art & Curator Walter Liedtke.
  • Tom Brokaw
    Episode 1210
    A conversation with former NBC News anchorman Tom Brokaw about his book Boom!: Voices of the Sixties Personal Reflections on the '60s and Today.
  • A Conversation With Iran'S Ambassador To The United Nations, Mohammad Khazaee. (Part Two) || A Conversation With Actor Sam Elliott About The Film The Golden Compass. The Film Is An Adaptation Of The Carnegie Medal-Winning Novel By Philip Pullman, The First Volume In The His Dark Materials Trilogy.
  • 12/6/07
    Charlie Rose (December 6, 2007)
  • A Discussion About The New Intelligence On Iran With Vali Nasr, Professor Of International Politics At The Fletcher School Of Law & Diplomacy Of Tufts University And David Sanger, White House Correspondent For The New York Times. || A Conversation With American Businessman Tom Perkins About His Book Valley Boy: The Education Of Tom Perkins.moreless
  • Sen. Fred Thompson
    Episode 1204
    Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates. An hour with Fred Thompson.
  • A Discussion About The Paintings Of J.M.W. Turner At The National Gallery In Washington With Gallery Senior Curator Franklin Kelly. || A Discussion About The Life And Work Of Pablo Picasso With John Richardson, Author Of A Life Of Picasso: The Triumphant Years, 1917-1932.
  • A Discussion About The Film The Diving Bell And The Butterfly With Director Julian Schnabel. The Film Is Based On The Memoir Le Scaphandre Et Le Papillon By Journalist Jean-Dominique Bauby. It Describes What His Life Is Like After Suffering A Massive Stroke That Left Him With A Condition Called Locked-In Syndrome. || A Discussion About The Film Before The Devil Knows You'Re Dead With Director Sidney Lumet And Actors Ethan Hawke & Philip Seymour Hoffman. The Films Is About Two Brothers Who Conspire To Pull Off The Perfect, Victimless Crime.moreless
  • John Edwards
    Episode 1129
    Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates - An hour with John Edwards
  • A Conversation With Jann Wenner Of Rolling Stone Magazine About Hunter S. Thompson And The Book He Co-Authored Gonzo: The Life Of Hunter S. Thompson. || A Discussion About The Ballet Dancer Rudolf Nureyev With Julie Kavanagh, Author Of Nureyev: The Life, Joan Acocella Of The New Yorker, Robert Gottlieb Of New York Observer And Georgina Parkinson Of The American Ballet Theater.moreless
  • Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates An Hour With John Mccain
  • A Conversation With Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Foreign Minister Of Egypt About The Annapolis Summit. || A Conversation With Bernard Kouchner, French Minister Of Foreign And European Affairs About The Annapolis Summit.
  • A Conversation With Rep. Charles Rangel (D-Ny) Chairman, House Ways And Means Committee. || A Conversation With Rep. Barney Frank (D-Ma) Chair, House Financial Services Committee.
  • Karl Rove
    Episode 1121
    An hour with Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff to President George W. Bush.
  • The eleventh episode of The Charlie Rose Science Series explores human sexuality.
  • Jeff Bezos
    Jeff Bezos
    Episode 1119
    A conversation with Jeff Bezos, chairman and CEO of about The Kindle, a wireless, portable reading device.
  • A discussion about the film No Country for Old Men with filmmakers and brothers Joel and Ethan Coen and actors Josh Brolin & Javier Bardem. The film follows the interweaving paths of the three central characters (Moss, Chigurh, and Bell) set in motion by events related to a drug deal gone bad near the Mexican-American border in southwest Texas.|| A conversation with author Michael Korda about his book Ike: An American Hero.moreless
  • A Discussion About The Fall Television Season With Tom Shales Of The Washington Post, Ken Tucker Of Entertainment Weekly, Matt Roush Of Tv Guide And Bill Carter Of The New York Times. || A Conversation With Musician And Visual Artist Joni Mitchell About Her Album Shine.
  • A Conversation With Gen. William "Kip" Ward, U.S. Africa Command. || A Discussion About The Album Raising Sand With Musicians Robert Plant, Alison Krauss & T-Bone Burnett.
  • Norman Mailer
    Episode 1113
    An appreciation of Norman Mailer. Mailer died of acute renal failure on the morning of November 10, 2007, a month after undergoing lung surgery at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, New York. He was 84 years old.
  • A Conversation With The Former U.K. Ambassador To The United Nations And Former Special Envoy To Iraq, Sir Jeremy Greenstock. || A Conversation With Saad Eskander, Director Of Iraq National Library And Archive. || A Conversation With Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison From Texas.
  • Jay Z
    Episode 1109
    A conversation with rapper and entrepreneur Jay-Z about his new album based on the film American Gangster.
  • Jeffrey Immelt
    Episode 1108
    A conversation with with the CEO of General Electric Jeffrey Immelt.
  • Bill Richardson
    Episode 1107
    An excerpt of the Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates Bill Richardson
  • 11/6/07
    A conversation with former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage and Harvard professor Joseph Nye.
  • Jerry Seinfeld
    Episode 1105
    A conversation with Jerry Seinfeld about his film Bee Movie.
  • Mike Huckabee
    Episode 1101
    An excerpt of the Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates : Mike Huckabee.
  • A Conversation With Arianna Huffington Of The Huffington Post. || A Conversation With Valerie Plame Wilson, A Former United States Cia Officer Who Worked As A Classified Covert Intelligence Agent For Over Twenty Years And Author Of Fair Game: My Life As A Spy, My Betrayal By The White House.
  • Mohamed Elbaradei
    Episode 1030
    A conversation with Mohamed Elbaradei, Director-General, International Atomic Energy Agency.
  • 10/29/07
    Charlie Rose Science Series: Global Health. Improving global health is one of the great challenges of the 21st century. A panel of experts discuss the worst health crises in the third world and what we have to do to solve them.
  • A Conversation With A Golden Globe-Winning And Emmy-Nominated American Comedian, Actor, Producer And Writer Steve Carell About His Film Dan In Real Life.|| A Conversation With Director Wes Anderson About His Film The Darjeeling Limited.
  • Hans Blix
    Episode 1025
    A conversation with Hans Blix. Blix was the head of the United Nations Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission from January 2000 to June 2003. In 2002, the commission began searching Iraq for weapons of mass destruction, ultimately finding none.
  • A Conversation With Tavis Smiley Host Of Tavis Talks And Cornel West. || A Conversation With Jim Lehrer About His Book Eureka: A Novel.
  • Continued Discussion With Gen. Michael Hayden, Director Of The Cia. Hayden Discusses Al Qaeda In Iraq And The Role Of The Press. || A Conversation With Jeffrey Toobin About His Book The Nine: Inside The Secret World Of The Supreme Court
  • Michael Hayden
    Episode 1022
    An hour with Gen. Michael Hayden, Director of the CIA.
  • A Conversation With Jude Law About His Film Sleuth. Sleuth Is Directed By Kenneth Branagh Based On 2005 Nobel Laureate In Literature Harold Pinter'S Screenplay Adaptation Of The Tony Award-Winning Play Sleuth, By Anthony Shaffer. || A Conversation With Actor Tommy Lee Jones About His Films In The Valley Of Elah And No Country For Old Men.moreless
  • A Discussion On China With Henry Kissinger. || A Discussion About China With Cheng Li Of The Brookings Institution, Perry Link Of Princeton University And Orville Schell Director Of China Program Asia Society.
  • A Conversation With John Negroponte, United States Deputy Secretary Of State. Negroponte Discussses China, Iraq, Iran, Israel And Palestine. || A Conversation With Musician Annie Lennox About Her Album Songs Of Mass Destruction.
  • Mark Penn
    Episode 1016
    A conversation with Mark Penn, chief strategist for Hillary Clinton and worldwide CEO of the public relations firm Burson-Marsteller and president of the polling firm Penn, Schoen and Berland Associates. Mark Penn also discusses his book, Microtrends: The Small Forces Behind Tomorrow's Big Changes.
  • Erik Prince
    Episode 1015
    An hour with Erik Prince, Chairman, CEO and Founder, Blackwater USA.
  • A Conversation With Cate Blanchett About Her Film Elizabeth: The Golden Age. Reprising The Roles They Originated In Seven-Time Academy Award Nominated Elizabeth, Cate Blanchett And Geoffrey Rush Return For A Gripping Historical Thriller Laced With Treachery And Romance Elizabeth: The Golden Age. A Conversation With Janet Napolitano (D.) The Governor Of Arizona & Sarah Palin (R.) The Governor Of Alaska.moreless
  • Mel Karmazin
    Episode 1011
    An hour with Mel Karmazin, CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio. Karmazin discusses the merger of Sirius and XM satellite radio, his time as Chief Operating Officer at Viacom, CBS and radio personality Howard Stern.
  • A Conversation With George Clooney About His Film Michael Clayton. George Clooney Stars In The Title Role Of Michael Clayton, A "Fixer" At Kenner, Bach & Ledeen, A Top Manhattan Law Firm. A Former Criminal Prosecutor From A Working-Class Neighborhood, Clayton Is An Anomaly At The White-Shoe Firm; In Spite Of His 15-Year Tenure, He Has Not Been Promoted To Partner And Probably Never Will Be. His Boss, Marty Bach, Sees Clayton As An Invaluable Asset To The Firm, But Only In His "Niche," One That Is Relegated To Cleaning Up The Firm'S Sticky Situations Quickly And Quietly. || A Conversation With Emile Hirsch About His Role In The Film Into The Wild.moreless
  • A Discussion About Trade With British Commissioner Of The European Union For Trade, Peter Mandelson. || A Conversation With Soprano Natalie Dessay About Lucia Di Lammermoor.
  • David Kilcullen
    Episode 1005
    An hour with Counterinsurgency expert David Kilcullen
  • 10/4/07
    A discussion about the 40th Anniversary of Newline Cinema with Michael Lynne and Bob Shaye, Co-Chairmen and CEO's.
  • A Conversation With U.S. Assistant Secretary Of State, Chris Hill. || Next A Conversation With Alan Alda About His Book Things I Overheard While Talking To Myself. || Finally A Remembrance Of Herbert Muschamp. Muschamp Was A Writer For The New York Times. He Rose To Preeminence As The Nation'S Foremost Judge Of The Architecture World. He Continued To Write For The Newspaper'S Other Sections Until His Death From Lung Cancer On October 3, 2007 In Manhattan, New York City.moreless
  • A Conversation With The Foreign Minister Of India, Pranab Mukherjee. Mukherjee Discusses The Future Of India And Its Relationship With China. || A Conversation Nandan Nilekani Ceo Of Infosys, Nandan Nilekani
  • A Conversation With Undersecretary Of State For Political Affairs Nicholas Burns. || A Conversation With Journalist And Author Rick Atkinson About Ied'S In Iraq And His Book The Day Of The Battle : The War In Sicily And Italy 1913 - 1944.
  • Charlie Rose Tomorrow - Nell Freudenberger
    Nell Freudenberger is a writer who lives in New York City. Her first book, a story collection entitled Lucky Girls, was published by Ecco/HarperCollins in 2003 and won the PEN/Malamud Award. In 2006 she wrote her first novel, ?The Dissident.? Nell graduated from Harvard and has traveled extensively in Asia. Her travel writing has been published in Travel + Leisure and The Telegraph Magazine. She has written book reviews for The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vogue and The Nationmoreless
  • A Conversation With The Emir Of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani. || A Conversation With President Of The Republic Of Georgia Mikhail Saakashvili.
  • The Prime Minister Of Turkey
    The Prime Minister Of Turkey
    Episode 09.27.07
    A conversation with the Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
  • A conversation with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
  • President Lula Of Brazil
    Episode 09.26.07
    A conversation Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, President of Brazil. President Lula discusses Brazil's success with ethanol, bid for a seat on the UN Security Council, Brazil's relations with the US and the role of Brazil and Latin America on the global stage.
  • A Conversation With Foreign Minister Of Saudi Arabia Saud Al-Faisal About The Geopolitics Of The Middle East, Including The War In Iraq And The Possibilities Of Peace In The Region. The Foreign Minister Focused Particularly On Relations Between The Israelis And The Palestinians. || A Conversation With Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni About The State Of Israel And The Chances For A Peace Settlement In The Middle East. She Talked About The Possibilities Offered By A Coming Dialogue That Includes The Israelis And The Palestinians.moreless
  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
    Episode 09.24.07
    A conversation with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
  • 9/21/07
    A discussion about the film "Into The Wild" with director Sean Penn and musician Eddie Vedder, who composed the soundtrack to the film. The film tells the story of Christopher McCandless as he traveled through the US.
  • Alan Greenspan
    Episode 09.20.07
    A conversation with Alan Greenspan about his life, his 18 year tenure as chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board and his book, *The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World*.
  • 9/19/07
    The Charlie Rose Science Series: Heart Disease with: Sir Paul Nurse President of Rocefeller University, Lori Mosca of New York Presbyterian Hospital, Steven Nissen President Emeritus, American College of Cardiology, Harlan Krumholz Director of Yale-New Haven Hospital for Outcomes Research & Evaluation & Lance Becker Director of the Center for Resuscitation Science.moreless
  • Orhan Pamuk
    Episode 09.18.07
    A conversation with Nobel Prize-winning Turkish novelist *Orhan Pamuk* about his new essay collection, *Other Colors*.
  • A Conversation With Sir Ian Mckellen About His Role As King Lear; A Conversation With David Manning, Outgoing U.K. Ambassador To The United States.
  • General David Petraeus
    Episode 09.14.07
    A conversation with General David Petraeus about his assessment of improving security conditions in Iraq.
  • A Live Discussion About The President'S Address With Fouad Ajami, George Packer, Robert Menendez, Al Hunt, Sheryl Gay Stolberg And Jeff Sessions. || A Conversation With Actor Ben Foster About His Film 3:10 To Yuma.
  • A Discussion About The Film The Brave One With Jodie Foster, Neil Jordan And Joel Silver. || A Discussion About President Bush With Todd Purdum Of Vanity Fair. Purdum Wrote Inside Bush'S Bunker For The October Issue Of Vanity Fair.
  • A Discussion About The Petraeus/Crocker Testimony With Senator Joe Biden Of Delaware And Senator Lindsey Graham Of North Carolina. || Part Two Of A Conversation With Senator Christopher Dodd About His Presidential Campaign.
  • A Discussion About The Petraeus/Crocker Testimony With Retired General Gary Anderson, Joe Klein Of Newsweek, David Sanger White House Correspondent For The New York Times & Tom Ricks Senior Pentagon Correspondent To The Washington Post. || A Conversation With Senator Christopher Dodd About His Presidential Campaign.
  • 9/7/07
    A Conversation With Retired General James L. Jones, Former Nato Supreme Allied Commander In Europe And Former Chief Of The Metropolitan Police Department Of The District Of Columbia, Charles Ramsey. || A Conversation With James Mangold About His Film 3:10 To Yuma.
  • A Conversation With Author Robert Draper About His Book Dead Certain: The Presidency Of George W. Bush. || An Appreciation Of Luciano Pavarotti. Pavarotti Was Diagnosed With Pancreatic Cancer In July 2006 And Required Emergency Surgery To Remove The Tumor. Luciano Pavarotti Died On The Night Of September 5, 2007 At Home In Modena, Italy Where He Was Surrounded By His Wife And Three Older Daughters.moreless
  • 9/5/07
    A Conversation With Richard Stengel, Managing Editor Of "Time" & Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, Director Of The Earth Institute At Columbia University And Caroline Kennedy. The Panel Will Discuss Time Magazine'S Cover Story On National Service. || A Conversation With Cokie Roberts, Contributing Senior News Analyst For National Public Radio & Bill Frist, Former United States Senator From Tennessee. || An Appreciation Of Michael Deaver. Deaver Was A Member Of President Ronald Reagan'S White House Staff Serving As Deputy White House Chief Of Staff Under James Baker Iii And Donald Regan From January 1981 Until May 1985. He Died Of Pancreatic Cancer On August 18, 2007 At Age 69 At His Home In Maryland.moreless
  • A Discussion About Iraq With Michael Gordon Of The The New York Times. || A Conversation With Jon Meacham, The Managing Editor Of "Newsweek" About His Cover Story On Fred Thompson And His Presidential Campaign Announcement. || A Discussion About The Presidential Campaigns With Adam Nagourney, National Political Reporter For The New York Times. Nagourney Reports From New Hampshire.moreless
  • A discussion about tennis professional Roger Federer with tennis greats, Rod Laver, John McEnroe, Jim Courier, Rafael Nadal & Roger Federer himself. Also joining the discussion is sports journalist Bud Collins.
  • 8/31/07
    A Conversation With Ted Sorensen, Best Known As President John F. Kennedy'S Special Counsel & Adviser, Legendary Speechwriter, And "Alter-Ego." || A Conversation With Author Lucinda Franks About Her Book My Father'S Secret War: A Memoir. || A Conversation With Chairman And Ceo Of Loews Hotels Jonathan Tisch.
  • Don Rickles
    Episode 08.30.07
    An hour with Don Rickles. Rickles discusses his career and new memoir *Rickle's Book*.
  • A Conversation With Connie Schultz About Her Book . . . And His Lovely Wife: A Memoir From The Woman Beside The Man Which Is An Account Of Standing By Her Man, Sherrod Brown, In His Run For U.S. Senate From Ohio.|| A Conversation With Industrialist And Philanthropist Alfred Taubman About His Book Threshold Resistance - The Extraordinary Career Of A Luxury Retailing Pioneer. || A Conversation With Shen Wei. Wei Was A Founding Member Of China?S First Contemporary Dance Company, The Guangdong Modern Dance Company.moreless
  • 8/28/07
    A Conversation With The Beastie Boys About Their New Album The Mix Up. || A Conversation With Author Bill Flanagan About His Book New Bedlam
  • A conversation about leadership with Bill George & John Whitehead. || A conversation with basketball professional Steve Nash. Nash currently plays point guard for the Phoenix Suns
  • 8/24/07
    A Conversation With British Diplomat Emyr Jones Parry. Parry Is The Outgoing British Permanent Representative To The United Nations (Un) And Former Uk Permanent Representative On The North Atlantic Council (Nato). || A Conversation With Steve Buscemi About His Film Interview.
  • A Conversation About Rush Hour 3 With Director Brett Ratner And Actor Chris Tucker. || A Conversation With Steve Buscemi About His Film Interview.
  • A Conversation With Joel Klein, Chancellor Of The New York City Department Of Education. || A Discussion About Philanthropy With Judith Rodin, Joel Fleishman & Matthew Bishop.
  • Lawrence Summers
    Episode 08.21.07
    A conversation with Lawrence Summers. Summers was Secretary of the Treasury for the last year and a half of the Clinton administration, and served as the 27th President of Harvard University from 2001 to 2006.
  • Senator John McCain
    Episode 0820
    Charlie Rose has a conversation with Senator John McCain about his Presidential campaign.
  • 8/17/07
    An Appreciation of Brooke Astor with David Rockefeller. Astor died on August 13, 2007.
  • Thomas L. Friedman
    Episode 0816
    A conversation with "The New York Times" columnist Thomas Friedman
  • 8/15/07
    The panel discusses the possibility of a global pandemic, including influenza, drug resistant tuberculosis, and polio, and considers issues of worlwide preparedness and response preparation to potential threats.
  • A Conversation With Filmmaker Charles Ferguson About His Film, No End In Sight. || A Discussion About Emerging Technologies With Esther Dyson Of Edventure. || A Remembrance Of Socialite And Philanthropist, Brook Astor Who Died On August 13, 2007.
  • A Discussion About Karl Rove'S Resignation With Mark Halperin Editor-At-Large Of Time, James Carney Washington Bureau Chief Of Time, Jim Vandenhei Executive Editor Of The Politico And Paul Burka Executive Editor Of Texas Monthly. || A Discussion About Politics With Markos Moulitsas Editor Of Political Blog Dailykos.Com. || A Conversation With Military Expert Anthony Cordesman.moreless
  • John Rigas
    Episode 08.10.07
    A conversation with John Rigas. On June 27, 2007, John Rigas and his son, Timothy J. Rigas, were ordered to report to prison on Aug. 13th for their fraud convictions.
  • Senator Joseph Biden
    Episode 08.09.07
    A conversation with Senator Joseph Biden about his book [*Promises to Keep: On Life and Politics*]( He has officially filed as a candidate for the Democratic Party's nomination in the 2008 presidential election.
  • A Discussion About Iraq With Terry Mccarthy, Abc News Baghdad Correspondent. || A Discussion About Billy Graham With Journalist Charles Gibson Anchor For Abc'S World News, Michael Duffy Assistant Managing Editor Of Time And Nancy Gibbs Of Time. Duffy And Gibbs Co-Authored The Preacher And The Presidents: Billy Graham In The White House.moreless
  • A Discussion About Economics And The Credit Squeeze With Floyd Norris Chief Financial Correspondent Of "The New York Times" And "The International Herald Tribune" And Katherine Burton Of Bloomberg News. || A Conversation With Former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan. || A Conversation With Nassim Nicholas Taleb About His Book The Black Swan.moreless
  • 8/6/07
    A Discussion With Three Economic Advisors For The Leading Democratic Presidential Campaigns, Gene Sperling Senior Economic Advisor For The Clinton Campaign, Leo Hindery Economic Policy Advisor For The Edwards Campaign And Tom Daschile National Co-Chair For The Obama Campaign. || A Discussion About Troop Withdrawal From Iraq With Retired Us Marine Colonel Gary Anderson.moreless
  • A Discussion About Brain Stimulation With Ali Rezai Of The Cleveland Clinic, Nicholas Schiff Of Weill Cornell Medical College, Joseph Giacino Of Jfk Johnson Rehabilitation Institute And Joseph Fins Of Weill Cornell Medical College. || A Discussion About Tony Blair With Alastair Campbell Author Of The Blair Years: The Alastair Campbell Diaries.moreless
  • Rudy Giuliani
    Episode 0801
    Charlie Rose has a conversation with the former mayor of New York City Rudolph Giuliani about his Presidential campaign.
  • A Discussion About Rupert Murdoch'S Bid For The Wall Street Journal With Andrew Sorkin Of The New York Times And Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker.|| A Conversation About Foreign Policy With Former U.S. Ambassador To The United Nations Richard Holbrooke.
  • A Conversation About The Simpsons Movie With Matt Groening And James L. Brooks. || A Conversation With Democratic Politician Christine Quinn
  • A conversation about the CIA with author and journalist Tim Weiner.
  • A Conversation With Wesley Clark About His Book A Time To Lead: For Duty, Honor And Country. || A Conversation With Political Consultant Bob Shrum About His Book, No Excuses.
  • A Conversation With Director Milos Forman About His Film Goya'S Ghost. || A Conversation With Dr. Mehmet Oz About His Book "You On A Diet".
  • 7/24/07
    The seventh episode in the Charlie Rose Science Series explores the global AIDS epidemic, including a discussion of prevention and treatment possibilities and the role of the world community in fighting the growing pandemic.
  • Sunday On Friday, A Review Of The Week'S Notable Events And People With Chrystia Freeland Us Managing Editor Of The Financial Times, Katharine Q. Seelye Of The New York Times, Michael Duffy Of Time Magazine, Steve Coll Of The The New Yorker And Jake Tapper Of Abc News.|| The Fourth In A Week-Long Series: China Today, A Report From Beijing. Charlie Interviews Leaders In Business And Politics About China'S Economy, Politics And Culture. Tonight'S Segment Features An Interview With Sun Jiazheng, Minister Of Culture In China.moreless
  • A Conversation With Craigslist.Com Founder, Craig Newmark. || A Conversation About China & India With Robyn Meredith, Author Of The Elephant And The Dragon: The Rise Of India And China, And What It Means For All Of Us.|| The Third In A Week-Long Series: China Today, A Report From Beijing. Charlie Interviews Leaders In Business And Politics About China'S Economy, Politics And Culture. Tonight'S Segment Features An Interview With Wang Guoqing, Vice Minister Of Information.moreless
  • A Discussion About Iraq With John F. Burns Of The New York Times. || A Conversation About Iraq With Thomas Ricks Of The Washington Post. || The Second In A Week-Long Series: China Today, A Report From Beijing. Charlie Interviews Leaders In Business And Politics About China'S Economy, Politics And Culture. Tonight'S Segment Features An Interview With Jesse Wang, Chairman Of China Jianyin Investment Ltd.moreless
  • A Conversation With Dennis Ross About His Book Statecraft: And How To Restore America'S Standing In The World.||The First In A Week-Long Series: China Today, A Report From Beijing. Charlie Interviews Leaders In Business And Politics About China'S Economy, Politics And Culture. The Series Begins With He Ya-Fei, Assistant Minister Of Foreign Affairs.moreless
  • French Interior Minister, Nicolas Sarkozy
    A rebroadcast of an hour long discussion with the Interior Minister of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. Sarkozy talks about his ongoing campaign for the French Presidency and his opponent, socialist candidate Segolene Royale. Sarkozy, the current front runner, discusses France's labor problems and his belief that the French people are ready to embrace significant reforms to their labor markets. (Originally aired 01/31/2007)moreless
  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, Brent Scowcroft & Henry Kissinger
    A rebroadcast of a discussion about foreign policy with former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft & former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
  • A Conversation With Actor Christian Bale About His New Movie Rescue Dawn. The Film Is Based On The True Story Of Dieter Dengler, A Fighter Pilot Shot Down During The Vietnam War And Taken Hostage At A Pow Camp. || A Conversation With Author Dov Seidman About His Book How. The Book Takes The Idea Of 'Success' Even Further, Redefining It As A Quest For Significance.|| A Conversation With Author Jessie Gruman About Her Book Aftershock: What To Do When The Doctor Gives You Or Someone You Love - A Devastating Diagnosis.moreless
  • A Conversation With Robert D. Hormats, Vice Chairman Of Goldman Sachs (International) And Managing Director Of Goldman, Sachs & Co.|| A Conversation With Sports Columnist Sally Jenkins About Her Book The Real Americans. || A Conversation With Actor Don Cheadle About His Film Talk To Me. The Film Is Based On The True Life Story Of Ralph Waldo Petey Greene Jr An Iconic Radio Personality In The Mid-To-Late 1960S, In Washington, D.C..moreless
  • A Conversation With Democratic Senator Jack Reed About Iraq. || A Discussion About The Mummy Of Egyptian Queen Hatshepsut With Zahi Hawass, Secretary-General, Supreme Council Of Antiquities And Catherine Roehrig, Curator, Department Of Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum Of Art.
  • A Discussion About Hillary Clinton'S Campaign With Mark Halperin, Editor-At-Large For Time Magazine And Abc News Political Analyst. || A Discussion About Hillary Clinton With Don Van Natta & Jeff Gerth, Authors Of Her Way: The Hopes And Ambitions Of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
  • A Conversation With Republican Senator Richard Lugar Of Indiana About His Recent Speech On Iraq. || A Conversation With Vitaly Churkin, Russia'S Ambassador To The U.N..
  • In Memoriam: Beverly Sills
    Episode 07.04.07
    Beverly Sills succumbed to cancer on July 2, 2007 at the age of 78. During her operatic career, Sills recorded eighteen full-length operas. She also starred in eight opera productions televised on PBS and participated in such specials as A Look-in at the Met with Danny Kaye in 1975, Sills and Burnett at the Met, with Carol Burnett in 1976, and Profile in Music, which won an Emmy Award.moreless
  • First, A Discussion About Lewis Libby'S Commuted Sentence With Ken Duberstein, Former Chief Of Staff To Ronald Reagan. || Next, A Discussion About President George Bush With Peter Baker, White House Correspondent For The Washington Times. || Finally, A Discussion About Andrea Elliott'S Pulitzer Prize-Winning Three-Part Series On The Inner Life Of A Mosque In Brooklyn, The Life And Work Of The Sheikh Reda Shata In The United States From Her Own Perspective. According To Ms. Elliott, She Chose Mr. Shata For A Number Of Reasons Including His Being On The Frontlines Of The Struggle To Balance The Traditions Of The Muslim World With The Pressures Of American Life.moreless
  • First, A Discussion About The Attempted Car Bombings In London & Glasgow With Christiane Amanpour Of Cnn.|| Next, A Discussion With Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post And Beth Jones, Former Us Assistant Secretary Of State For European & Eurasian Affairs, About The Meeting Between Vladimir Putin And George Bush At The Bush Family Compound In Kennebunkport, Maine. || Finally, A Conversation With German Author Guenter Grass. Grass Is The 1999 Nobel Laureate For Literature.moreless
  • First, A Discussion About Apple'S Iphone With Walter Mossberg, Principal Technology Columnist For The Wall Street Journal. || Next, Another Discussion About Apple'S Iphone With John Heilemann, Contributing Editor Of New York Magazine & Steven Levy, Technology Columnist For Newsweek. || Finally, Sunday On Friday, A Review Of The Week'S Notable Events And People With Martha Raddatz Of Abc News, Nina Totenberg Of National Public Radio, Eric Pooley Managing Editor Of Fortune And Jane Arraf Of Nbc Nightly News.moreless
  • Musician Paul Simon
    Episode 06.28.07
    A conversation with musician Paul Simon. Simon is the recipient of the first annual Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. Simon also discusses his upcoming CD [*The Essential Paul Simon*]( and performs *Slip Sliding Away*.
  • Nancy Pelosi
    Episode 06.27.07
    A conversation with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
  • A Conversation With Journalist Barton Gellman Of The Washington Post. Gellman Discusses His Investigation On Vice President Dick Cheny. || A Conversation With The Editor-In-Chief Of "New York" Magazine Adam Moss. Moss Discusses His Career And Recent Issues Of New York Magazine.
  • The panel discusses the rise in obesity in the US, along with its accompanying health concerns, such as type 2 diabetes. A number of obesity experts voice their opinions on the best measures to prevent further weight increases and to treat the existing health concerns.
  • A Conversation With Former Minister Of Culture And Education, Jack Lang. In 2000 Lang Ran Unsuccessfully For Mayor Of Paris. While He Had Planned To Run For President In 2007 He Decided Not To Register As A Candidate For The Socialist Nomination In The Name Of Party Unity. ||A Conversation With Author And Comedian David Steinberg About His Book "The Book Of David."moreless
  • A Conversation With Andy Stern, President Of The Service Employees International Union. Stern Discusses China, Walmart, Labor Laws, Wages And His Book "A Country That Works: Getting America Back On Track". || A Conversation With Actor Ben Kingsley About His Film "You Kill Me".
  • A Conversation With Carla Del Ponte, Chief Prosecuter Of The International Criminal Tribunal For The Former Yugoslavia. || A Conversation With Actor Vanessa Redgrave About Her Upcoming Films "The Fever" And "Evening".
  • Segment 1: A conversation with Angelina Jolie & Mariane Pearl about the film "A Mighty Heart". Segment 2: A conversation with author ... all » David Rose about his book "The Big Eddy Club: The Stocking Stranglings and Southern Justice"
  • First, A Conversation With Co-Chairman & Ceo Of The Nuclear Threat Initiative Sam Nunn. || Next, A Conversation With Steven Bach About His Book Leni: The Life And Work Of Leni Riefenstahl. The Book Explores The Life Of Nazi-Associated Filmmaker Leni Riefenstahl.
  • A conversation about foreign policy with former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brzezinski, former National Security Advisor Brent Scowcroft & former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
  • Author Tina Brown
    Episode 06.13.07
    A conversation with author Tina Brown about her book,
  • 6/12/07
    A conversation with Marina Litvinenko and Alex Goldfarb, Executive Director of International Foundation for Civil Liberties. Marina Litvinenko is the wife of Alexander Litvinenko who suddenly fell ill and was hospitalized and died three weeks later, becoming a rare victim of lethal polonium-210 radiation poisoning. Litvinenko and Goldfarb discuss their book [moreless
  • First, A Conversation With Barry Scheck, Co-Director Of The Innocence Project At The Cardozo School Of Law And Byron Halsey, Former Inmate Released From Prison After Dna Evidence Changed The Verdict. || Next, A Conversation With Joseph Califano, President Of The National Center On Addiction And Substance Abuse At Columbia University, About His Book High Society: How Substance Abuse Ravages America And What To Do About It. || Finally, A Conversation About Neurolaw With Jeffrey Rosen Of George Washington University Law School, Elizabeth Phelps Of New York University And Stephen Morse Of University Of Pennsylvania.moreless
  • A Conversation With Governor Haley Barbour Of Mississippi. || A Discussion About Picasso, Braque And Early Film In Cubism With Arne Glimcher, Chairman Of Pace Wildenstein Gallery And Curator Bernice Rose.
  • Joseph Baillio, Guy Wildenstein
    Guy Wildenstein and Joseph Baillio of Wildenstein & Company discuss the life and work of Claude Monet as well as Wildenstein & Company's Monet retrospective. The exhibit features over sixty paintings from public institutions and from private collections, some rarely or never seen.
  • Richard Serra
    Episode 0606
    Part two of a conversation with artist Richard Serra.
  • Richard Serra
    Episode 0605
    A conversation with artist Richard Serra about his 40 year retrospective at New York City's Museum of Modern Art.
  • Carl Bernstein
    Episode 06.04.07
    A conversation with author and journalist Carl Bernstein about his book
  • First, A Conversation With George Mason University Professor Shaul Bakhash. His Wife, Haleh Esfandiari, Director Of The Middle East Program Of The Woodrow Wilson International Center For Scholars In Washington Was Recently Imprisoned In Iran. || Next, A Conversation With Ian Mcewan About His Book On Chesil Beach. || Finally, A Conversation With Anne-Marie Slaughter, Author Of "The Idea That Is America: Keeping Faith With Our Values In A Dangerous World". Slaughter Is The Dean Of The Woodrow Wilson School And Bert G. Kerstetter Professor Of Politics And International Affairs At Princeton University.moreless
  • First, A Conversation With U.S. Ambassador To The U.N. Zalmay Khalilzad. || Next, A Conversation With U.S. Special Envoy To Sudan Andrew Natsios. || Finally, A Conversation About Darfur With Don Cheadle And John Prendergast. Cheadle & Prendergast Discuss Their Book "Not On Our Watch: The Mission To End Genocide In Darfur And Beyond".moreless
  • Paul Wolfowitz
    Episode 05.30.07
    A conversation with Paul Wolfowitz. As Deputy Secretary of Defense was one of the architects of the Iraq war. In 2005 he was appointed President of the World Bank, and recently stepped down amid controversy over Shaha Riza. He discusses his time at the World Bank, the controversy leading to his departure, and the challenges faced by the bank's next president.moreless
  • 5/29/07
    Guy Wildenstein and Joseph Baillio of Wildenstein & Company discuss the life and work of Claude Monet as well as Wildenstein & Company's Monet retrospective. The exhibit features over sixty paintings from public institutions and from private collections, some rarely or never seen.
  • Warren Buffett (rebroadcast From May 10, 2007)
    A rebroadcast of a conversation with the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett.
  • 5/25/07
    A conversation with former Vice President Al Gore about his book "The Assault on Reason."
  • First, A Conversation With The Former President Of Ford And Chrysler, Lee Iacocca. He Discusses His Book, "Where Have All The Leaders Gone?" || Next, A Conversation With Architect David Rockwell. His Book, Co-Authored With Bruce Mau, Is "Spectacle". || Finally, A Conversation With The Governor Of Puerto Rico, Anibal Acevedo Vilamoreless
  • 5/23/07
    A discussion about the legacy of Sigmund Freud.
  • Charlie Rose (May 22, 2007)
    Episode 05.22.07
    First, Antonio Guterres, The United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees, Discusses The Growing Crisis Of Iraqis Fleeing Their Country, The Situation In Sudan, And The Status Of Refugees Around The World. || Next, A Conversation About Wikipedia, Web Technology, And The Future Of Search With Jimmy Wales, Co-Founder Of Wikipedia. || Finally, Erica Wagner, Literary Editor Of The Times Of London, Discusses Her First Novel, "Seizure".moreless
  • Appreciations
    Episode 05.21.07
    An appreciation of three extraordinary individuals who died earlier this year: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam, historian and author Arthur Schlesinger, and political columnist and author Molly Ivins.
  • Charlie Rose (May 18, 2007)
    Episode 05.18.07
    A Discussion With Director And Screenwriter Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck About His First Feature Length Film, "The Lives Of Others" Which Is Won The Oscar For Best Foreign Film At The 2007 Academy Awards. The Film Explores Conditions In East Germany Before The Berlin Wall Came Down In 1989 Through The Eyes Of A Member Of The Stasi, East Germany'S Powerful Secret Police Service.|| A Conversation With Sherwin Nuland, Clinical Professor Of Surgery At Yale. He Discusses Longevity, Health And Death And His Latest Book, "The Art Of Aging".moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 17, 2007)
    Episode 05.17.07
    First, A Conversation With Azim Premji, The Chairman Of Wipro, One Of India'S Larest Technology Companies.|| Next, A Conversation With Stephen Krasner, Former Director Of Policy Planning At The Us State Department. He Held The Position From 2005 Until Last Month. He'S Currently A Professor Of International Relations At Stanford University.moreless
  • The fifth episode of the Science Series is an exploration of one of the most promising fields of science: stem cell research. The panel discusses existing successes in the use of stem cells, such as bone marrow transplants, and the hopes for future applications of both adult and embryonic stem cells, both as a way to model and study disease and a possible treatment for a variety of conditions, such as heart and blood disease, diabetes , Parkinson's, Lou Gehrig's disease, Alzheimer's, spinal cord injuries, and cancer. The uses of federal and private funding for the research are also considered. These issues are discussed by Sir Paul Nurse, president of The Rockefeller University, Doug Melton, Co-director of the Harvard Stem Cell Institute, George Daley of Children's Hospital Boston and the Harvard Stem Cell Institute, Larry Goldstein, director of the UC San Diego Stem Cell program, and Story Landis of the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.moreless
  • Jeremy Paxman
    Episode 05.15.07
    Jeremy Paxman, presenter of BBC's
  • Charlie Rose (May 14, 2007)
    Episode 05.14.07
    First, A Conversation About "The Year Of Magical Thinking" On Broadway With Actress Vanessa Redgrave And The Woman She Plays On Stage, Joan Didion, Who Wrote The Book And Adapted It For The Stage.|| A Conversation With Former Secretary Of Defense William Cohen And His Wife And Ceo Of Langhart Communications, Janet Langhart Cohen About Their New Book "Love In Black And White: A Memoir Of Race, Religion, And Romance". || Finally, A Panel Discussion With Three Iraqi Journalists: Ali Fadhil, Zeyad Kasim & Ayub Nuri.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 11, 2007)
    Episode 05.11.07
    First, A Conversation With Presidential Historian Robert Dallek About His Book "Nixon And Kissinger: Partners In Power".|| Next, A Conversation With Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss About His Book "Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders And How They Changed America".
  • 5/10/07
    An exclusive conversation with the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett
  • Charlie Rose (May 9, 2007)
    Episode 05.09.07
    First, A Conversation With Harvard Professor Stanley Hoffmann About France, Iraq, And Us Forein Policy Around The World. || Next, Actor Kevin Spacey Talks About The Broadway Production Of Eugene O'Neill'S "Moon For The Misbegotten".
  • 5/8/07
    A conversation with Robert Zoellick, former Deputy Secretary of State. Mr. Zoellick currently serves as International Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs.
  • Charlie Rose (May 7, 2007)
    Episode 05.07.07
    First, A Conversation With Secretary Of State Condoleezza Rice. Secretary Rice Met With Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki At The Egyptian Resort Of Sharm El-Sheikh, For A Two-Day Conference On Iraq. Both Syria And Iran Will Be Represented At The Conference. Secretary Rice Discusses Meeting With Syria'S Walid Moallem At The Iraq Conference, Syria'S Role In Iraq And Potentially Openning Up Contact With Iran. || A Conversation About Nicolas Sarkozy'S Victory In The French Presidential Election With Jane Kramer Of The New Yorker Magazine & Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post.moreless
  • 5/4/07
    Segment 1: A conversation with Bill Maher, comedian and host of Real Time with Bill Maher. Segment 2: A conversation with author and ... all » journalist Christopher Hitchens about his book "God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything."
  • Charlie Rose (May 3, 2007)
    Episode 05.03.07
    First, A Conversation With George Tenet, Former Director Of Central Intelligence For The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency And Author Of "At The Center Of The Storm: My Years At The Cia." Tenet Discusess The Lead Up To 9/11, It'S Aftermath, Wmd'S In Iraq And The Invasion Of Iraq And Fall Of Baghdad. || Next, A Conversation With Judea Pearl. President Of The Daniel Pearl Foundation, Formed In Memory Of His Son, Journalist Daniel Pearl.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 2, 2007)
    Episode 05.02.07
    First, A Conversation With Senator Charles Schumer (D-Ny) About President Bush'S Veto Of The Emergency War Funding Bill. Schumer Discusses Resolutions For The War In Iraq And The Difficulties Ahead For Changing The Direction Of The War In Iraq. || Next, A Conversation With Jann Wenner Of Rolling Stone Magazine About The Magazine'S 40Th Anniversary. Wenner Discusses The Magazine'S Beginnings, His Relationship With Contributors: Annie Leibovitz & Hunter S. Thompson And The Magazine'S Evolution Over The Past 40 Years.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (May 1, 2007)
    Episode 05.01.07
    First, A Conversation With Author And Journalist Ken Auletta About Rupert Murdoch'S Bid For The Wall St. Journal. || Next, A Conversation With Democratic Senator Jack Reed About Bush'S Veto Of A Congressional Bill For A Timetable For Withdrawal Of Us Troops From Iraq. || Then, A Discussion About What Is Happening On The Ground In Baghdad On The 4Th Anniversary Of President Bush'S 'Victory' Speech With Terry Mccarthy, Abc News Baghdad Correspondent.|| Finally, A Conversation With John Waterbury, President Of American University Of Beirut And David Arnold, President, American University In Cairo.moreless
  • 4/30/07
    First, A Conversation About Germany With Karen Donfried, Executive Vice President Of The German Marshall Fund And Oscar-Winning Director Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck. They Discuss Angela Merkel, The First Female Chancellor Of Germany, The First Former Citizen Of The German Democratic Republic To Lead The Reunited Germany And The First Woman To Lead Germany Since It Became A Modern Nation-State In 1871. She Is Also, As Of 2007, The Youngest Person To Be German Chancellor Since The Second World War. || Next, A Conversation With Richard Sonnenfeldt, Chief Interpreter At The Nuremberg Trials.moreless
  • 4/27/07
    First, A Conversation About Pre-War Intelligence And Former Cia Director George Tenet With The Former Chief Of Cia Clandestine Operations In Europe, Tyler Drumheller, John O. Brennan, Former Chief Of Staff To George Tenet, And Scott Shane Of The New York Times. He Co-Wrote The April 27Th Cover Story On George Tenet'S New Book, "At The Center Of The Storm".|| Next, "Sunday On Friday", A Review Of The Week'S Notable Events And People With Martha Raddatz Of Abc News. || Finally, Curator Jeffrey Weiss Talks About The Exhibit "Jasper Johns: An Allegory Of Painting 1955-1965" On Display At The National Gallery In Washington, D.C.moreless
  • A Conversation About Iraq
    Episode 04.26.07
    A conversation about Iraq and the U.S. presence in the country with the Commander of the Multinational Force in Iraq, General David Petraeus.
  • 4/25/07
    First A Conversation About The Dow Ending At A Record High Of 12,803.84 Eclipsing A Previous Record Set On February 20 With Michael Mckee. Then A Conversation About Free Trade And Outsourcing With Alan Blinder, Co-Director Of Princeton University'S Center For Economic Policy Studies And Former Vice Chairman Of The Federal Reserve Board. Next A Conversation About Darfur With Author And Philospher Bernard-Henri Levy. He Recently Returned From Darfur. Finally A Conversation With Actress Sigourney Weaver. She Discusses The Films "The Tv Set" And "Snow Cake".moreless
  • 4/24/07
    Charlie Rose Special Edition: A conversation with President George W. Bush about Iraq and the other challenges and opportunities for the country in the remainder of his presidency
  • 4/23/07
    A conversation about the play
  • The Secretary Of The Treasury
    A conversation with the Secretary of the Treasury, Henry Paulson.
  • 4/19/07
    First A Panel Discussion On The Weeks Events With Adam Gopnik (Staff Writer, The New Yorker), Patricia Williams (Columnist, The Nation), Richard Stengel (Managing Editor, Time), & Peter Beinart (Editor-At-Large, The New Republic). The Panel Discusses The Shootings In Virginia, Testimony Of The Attorney General, President Bush, Bombings In Iraq And The French Elections. || Next A Discussion With Former House Majority Leader Tom Delay. Delay Discusses His Career, Welfare Reform And His Book "No Retreat, No Surrender: One American'S Fight."moreless
  • Episode Four of The Charlie Rose Science Series examines the latest in the rapidly evolving field of cancer research. Our panel discusses advances in screenings and early detection and other methods of prevention like the HPV vaccine, the changes in accuracy of diagnoses, and cancer treatments such as targeted therapies.
  • 4/17/07
    First An Update About The Shootings That Took Place On April 16, 2007 At Virginia Tech In Blacksburg, Virginia With Brian Williams (Anchor & Managing Editor, Nbc Nightly News) Next A Continuation On The Discussion About The Virginia Shootings With Brian Ross (Chief Investigative Correspondent, Abc News) And Michael Shear (National Political Reporter, The Washington Post) Finally, Richard Perle (Former Assistant Secretary Of Defense / American Enterprise Institute) Discusses His Film That Airs As Part Of Pbs'S "America At A Crossroads" Series.moreless
  • 4/16/07
    First A Discussion About The Tragic Shootings That Took Place On April 16, 2007 At Virginia Tech In Blacksburg, Virginia. Charlie Is Joined By Bob Mcdonnell The Attorney General Of Virginia, Michael Sheenan (Former Ambassador At Large For Counterterrorism / Nbc News Counterterrorism Analyst) And Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va).|| Next A Conversation With Harold Ford, Jr. (Chairman, Democratic Leadership Council / Former Congressman (D-Tn). Ford Discusses The Imus Scandal, Race & The United States, Barak Obama, Hillary Clinton, The Democratic Leadership Council And The Democractic Party.moreless
  • 4/13/07
    First A Conversation About The Week'S Notable Events And People With David Remnick (Editor, The New Yorker), Jeff Greenwald (Cbs News), Patricia J. Williams (The Nation) Martha Raddatz (Chief White House Correspondent, Abc News) & Michael Eric Dyson (Professor, University Of Pennsylvania / Author, "Debating Race"). The Panel Discusses, Don Imus, Racism, Kurt Vonnegut, Duke Lacrosse Case, Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales And Iraq || Next A Conversation With David Yespen (Poltical Columnist, Des Moines Register). Yespen Discusses The Upcoming 2008 Iowa Primary.moreless
  • 4/12/07
    First A Conversation With Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor Of California. Schwarzenegger Discusses The Strides He Has Made In Emissions Regulations And His Dedication To Enviornmental Issues And Green Technology In California And Abroad. || Next A Rememberance Of Author, Kurt Vonnegut (1922-2007). Vonnegut Died At The Age Of 84 On April 11, 2007, In Manhattan, New York, After A Fall At His Manhattan Home Several Weeks Prior Resulted In Irreversible Brain Injuries. A Montage Of Clips From Kurt'S Appearences On The Show Over The Years.moreless
  • 4/11/07
    First A Conversation With Susannah Meadows, Senior Writer Of Newsweek About The Dismissed Charges Against 3 Former Members Of The Duke University Lacrosse Team. || Next A Conversation With Former Defense Minister Of Iraq, Ali Allawi. Allawi Discusses The Increase Of Corruption In Iraq After The Reign Of Saddam Hussein And His Book "The Occupation Of Iraq: Winning The War, Losing The Peace." || Finally A Conversation With Walter Isaacson About His New Biography On Albert Einstein. Isaacson Discusses Einstein'S Developmental Early Years, His Creativity And Thought Process.moreless
  • 4/10/07
    First A Panel Discussion With Martin Peretz, Franklyn Foer & Leon Wieseltier, All Of The New Republic. The Panel Discusses The New Republic'S Liberal Beginings, It'S New Format And New Owner; ||Then Michael Oren Author Of "Power, Faith And Fantasy: America In The Middle East: 1776 To The Present" Discusses His New Book And It'S Origins.moreless
  • Gen. James L. Jones
    Episode 04.09.07
    A reflection on America's power in the world and the future of U.S. foreign policy with retired General James L. Jones, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander in Europe.
  • Charlie Rose (April 6, 2007)
    Episode 04.06.07
    First, A Conversation About The Meaning Of Easter With The Rev. Dr. James A. Forbes, Jr || Then, Elaine Pagels And Karen L. King, Co-Authors Of "Reading Judas", Discuss The Importance Of The Gospel Of Judas || Finally, Peter Gelb, The General Manager Of The Metropolitan Opera Discusses The Future Of The Institution.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (April 5, 2007)
    Episode 04.05.07
    First, A Conversation With Lawrence Wright About His One-Man Show, "My Trip To Al-Qaeda" And The Current State Of Global Terrorism. Then, A Conversation With Filmmakers Quentin Tarantino And Robert Rodriguez About Their New Double Feature, "Grindhouse".
  • Charlie Rose (April 3, 2007)
    Episode 04.03.07
    First, A Conversation With Fernando Araujo, Foreign Minister Of Colombia About His Personal Story Of Captivity And Escape And His Nations'S Role In The World. || Then, Actor Richard Gere Talks About Portraying Clifford Irving In The Film, "The Hoax".
  • Charlie Rose (April 2, 2007)
    Episode 04.02.07
    First, A Conversation About Presidential Campaign Fundraising And The Frontrunners For 2008 With Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times. || Then, A Conversation About The Current Broadway Production Of Eric Bogosian'S "Talk Radio" With The Playwright And Actor Liev Schreiber Who Plays Radio Host Barry Champlain.
  • The Science Of Living Longer: Part Three Of The Charlie Rose Science Series
    Exploring the science of living longer: Part Three in the Charlie Rose Science Series with with Sir Paul Nurse, President of The Rockefeller University, Leonard Guarente of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cynthia Kenyon of the University of California, San Francisco, Richard Weindruch of the Wisconsin National Primate Center, Robert Butler, President of the International Longevity Center, Jay Olshansky of the University of Illinois, Chicago, and Sue Levkoff of Harvard Medical Schoolmoreless
  • 3/26/07
    First, An Update From Iraq With Martha Raddatz Of Abc News About The Current Situation In Baghdad And The U.S. Military Surge In The City. || Then, A Conversation With Former New Jersey United States Senator Bill Bradley. He Discusses His New Book Called "The New American Story." It Sets Forth His Vision For The Country.moreless
  • 3/23/07
    First, "New York Times" Correspondent John Burns Offers His Perspective On The War In Iraq, With A Look At The Consequences Of Troop Withdrawal, Reports Of Possible Contracts With Insurgents, And The Role Of The Troops Surge In The Continuing Crisis.||Then, A Conversation With Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger About The Future Of American Foreign Policy, The Lessons That Can Be Learned From Iraq, And The Need For A New World Order.moreless
  • 3/22/07
    First, A Discussion About The Situation In Iraq, The Plight Of Iraqi Refugees Fleeing The Bloodshed In Their Country, And The Role Of The U.S. In The Ongoing Crisis With Ken Bacon, President Of Refugees International, George Packer Of "The New Yorker", And Zina Abbas, An Iraqi Physician.||Then, A Panel Discussion About The Film "Reign Over Me", Which Examines The Lives Of Those Suffering From 9/11'S Post-Traumatic Stress And Life-Altering Grief Through The Story Of A Fictional Character Who Lost His Wife And Children In The Crash Of One Of The Airliners. The Panel Includes Director Mike Binder And Stars Adam Sandler And Don Cheadle.moreless
  • 3/21/07
    First, A Conversation With Mark Leibovich Of "The New York Times" About Al Gore'S Testimony On Global Warming Before The House And Senate And The Implications Of The Former Vice President'S Return To Capitol Hill.||Then, A Discussion With Richard Engel, The Senior Middle East Correspondent For Nbc News, About His Perspective On The War In Iraq, As Detailed In His Msnbc Documentary "War Zone Diary".||Finally, A Panel Discussion About The War In Iraq With Bobby Ghosh Of "Time", George Packer Of "The New Yorker", And Dexter Filkins Of "The New York Times". The Panel Discusses The Possibility Of Stability In The Region, The Role Of U.S. Involvement, And The Impact Of The New Surge Of Troops Deployed To Iraq.moreless
  • 3/20/07
    First, A Conversation About The War In Iraq With Abc News Reporter Terry Mccarthy, Live From Baghdad. Topics Of Discussion Include The Growing Fear Of Ethnic Cleansing, The Effectiveness Of The New Troop Surge, And The Attitude Of U.S. Troops.||Then, Lieutenant General William Odom, A Yale Professor And Senior Fellow At The Hudson Institute, Offers His Perspective On The War In Iraq And His Criticism Of The President'S Plan For Sending A New Surge Of Troops To The Country.||Finally, An Interview With Dr. Jerome Groopman, A Professor At Harvard Medical School And The Chief Of Experimental Medicine At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center In Boston. He Discusses His New Book "How Doctors Think", Which Considers The Psychology Behind Diagnoses And Attempts To Help Patients Think More Like Doctors In Order To Improve Their Own Care.moreless
  • 3/19/07
    First, A Conversation With Democratic Congressman Rahm Emanuel Of Illinois About The Controversy Surrounding The Firings Of Federal Prosecutors And The Demand For The Resignation Of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. He Discusses The Prosecutors' Investigations And Offers His Insight Into Who Might Testify And Whether Or Not Executive Privilege Will Be Invoked. Then, A Discussion With Democratic Congressman Henry Waxman Of California, Chairman Of The House Oversight And Government Reform Committee. He Talks About The Power Of Subpoena, His Committee'S Hearing On The Cia Leak Case With Valerie Plame, And Their Hearing On Climate Change. Finally, An Interview With Filmmaker Mira Nair, Director Of "The Namesake", And Jhumpa Lahiri, The Author Of The Best-Selling Book That The Film Is Based On. They Discuss The Story, Which Follows Two Generations Of Indians Seeking The American Dream While Trying To Preserve A Sense Of Their Own Indian Heritage, And The Process Of Bringing The Tale From The Page To The Screen.moreless
  • 3/16/07
    First, A Conversation With Richard Stengel, Managing Editor Of "Time", About Changes In The Magazine. He Discusses The Stylistic Makeover, Alterations In Content, And His Efforts To Make The Magazine More Navigable. Then, A Discussion With Photographer Taryn Simon About Her Life And Work, Her Current Exhibition At The Whitney Museum, And Her Book "An American Index Of The Hidden And Unfamiliar". Finally, An Interview With Actor And Director Chris Rock About His Comedic Influences, His Directorial Process, And His Film "I Think I Love My Wife", Which Provides A Humorous Take On The State Of Modern Marriage.moreless
  • Dominique De Villepin
    Episode 03.15.07
    A conversation with the Prime Minister of France, Dominique de Villepin, about France's role in the world, its relationship with the United States, and what action should be taken regarding deteriorating conditions in Iraq and Iran's accelerating nuclear program. Villepin also discusses his love of literature and poetry, and reads selections from his own published works.moreless
  • 3/14/07
    First, A Conversation With Democratic Congressman John Tierney Of Massachusetts About The Walter Reed Hospital Scandal. He Offers Insight Into The Hearings Of The House Subcommittee On National Security And Foreign Affairs, Which He Chairs, And How The Government Is Dealing With The Unsatisfactory Conditions At The Army Medical Center. Then, A Discussion With Author And Journalist Kurt Andersen About The Historical Novel Genre, His Literary Process, And His Novel "Heyday", A Historical Tale That Spans From Paris To The Gold Rush In California.moreless
  • Chuck Close
    Episode 0313
    A conversation with artist Chuck Close about his art, craft, and inspirations. He discusses his signature oversized paintings, his accomplishments as a paralyzed artist, and the retrospective of his work at the Museo Nacional Reina Sofia in Madrid.
  • 3/12/07
    First, A Discussion Of The Early Race For The Democratic And Republican Nominations For President With Al Hunt, Executive Editor Of Bloomberg News, Mark Halperin, Political Director For Abc News, And Adam Nagourney, National Correspondent For "The New York Times". The Panel Discusses The Unusually Early Intensity Of The Campaigns And How The Changing Primary Calendar Will Affect The Chances Of The Frontrunners In Both Parties, Including Hillary Clinton And Barack Obama On The Democratic Side And John Mccain And Rudi Giuliani On The Republican Side. Then, A Conversation About The Growing Tension Between The Bush Administration And The Democratic Congress Over Iraq Policy With Andrea Koppel, Congressional Correspondent For Cnn, And Jonathan Weisman Of "The Washington Post". They Discuss The Possibility That Congress Might Use Its Power Of The Purse To Force The President To Draw Down American Forces In Iraq. Finally, A Conversation With Acclaimed Jazz Trumpeter And Composer Wynton Marsalis Who Discusses His New Album "From The Plantation To The Penitentiary". Marsalis Also Talks About His Childhood In New Orleans And His Deep Disappointment With The Federal Government'S Response To The Katrina Disaster.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 9, 2007)
    Episode 03.09.07
    First, A Panel Discussion About Vice President Dick Cheney'S Standing In The White House Following The Conviction Of His Chief Of Staff, Scooter Libby. The Panel Includes Michael Duffy, Assistant Managing Editor Of "Time" Magazine, Thomas Defrank, The Washington Bureau Chief Of "The New York Daily News" And Todd Purdum Of "Vanity Fair". They Discuss The Shifting Power Structure Within The Bush Administration, Which Has Seen The Vice President'S Influence In Favor Of Condoleeza Rice And Others. Then, Former Abc News Anchor Bob Woodruff And His Wife Lee Woodruff Discuss Their Experience Coping With Bob'S Near Fatal Injury Which He Suffered After A Convoy He Was Traveling In Was Hit With A Roadside Bomb In Iraq In Early 2006. They Recount The Painful Process Of Recovery Over The Last Year As Chronicled In Their Book "In An Instant: A Family'S Journey Of Love And Healing".moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 8, 2007)
    Episode 03.08.07
    In Part Two Of A Two-Part Conversation With Martha Raddatz, Chief White House Correspondent For Abc News, Raddatz Discusses Her Experiences Covering The Iraq War And Offers The Untold Stories Of The American Troops She Has Encountered In Her Reporting, As Recounted In Her Book "The Long Road Home: A Story Of War And Family". Then, Actress Queen Latifah Discusses Her New Film, "Life Support", Which Tells The Story Of Anna Wallace, A Former Drug Addict Trying To Rebuild Her Relationship With Her Estranged Daughter.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 7, 2007)
    Episode 03.07.07
    First, A Conversation With The Democratic Governor Of Montana, Brian Schweitzer, Who Discusses His Unique Blend Of Prairie Populism And Libertarianism, Which Has Made Him A Rising Star In His Party. Schweitzer Also Talks About The Social Dynamism Of The American West, Which Is Attracting A New Breed Of Moderate Voter, And His Foreign Policy Concerns, Which Focus On America'S Continuing Dependence On Foreign Oil. Then, In The First Part Of A Two Part Conversation, Martha Raddatz, The White House Correspondent For Abc News, Discusses Her New Book "The Long Road Home: A Story Of War And Family", Which Recounts Her Experiences Reporting On The War In Iraq And The Trying Personal Ordeals Of The American Troops She Has Covered, As Well As Those Of Their Families.moreless
  • Charlie Rose (March 6, 2007)
    Episode 03.06.07
    First, Jeffrey Toobin Of "The New Yorker" Magazine Discusses The Guilty Verdict In The Perjury Trial Of Lewis Libby, Vice-President Cheney'S Former Chief-Of-Staff. Toobin Argues That, Although Libby Was Convicted, The Outcome Was Not As Bad As It Could Have Been Had Libby Attempted To Take The Stand In His Own Defense, Thus Opening Himself Up To Self-Incrimination. Then, Two Journalists Involved In The Cia Leak Case, Syndicated Columnist Robert Novak And Matt Cooper, The Washington Editor Of "Conde Nast Portfolio", Discuss Their Experiences Being Involved In The Investigation And Their Reactions To The Conviction Of Former Bush Administration Official Lewis Libby For Perjury. Finally, A Conversation With U.S. Assistant Secretary Of State Chris Hill About The Ongoing Negotiations With North Korea Over Its Nuclear Program. Hill Discusses His Recent Dialogue With The North Koreans Which Has Yielded Some Possibility Of Compromise And Argues That Is Imperative To Continue Talks With The North Koreans In The Interest Of International Stability.moreless
  • The Senate Majority Leader
    Episode 03.05.07
    An hour-long conversation with Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid. Reid discusses his grave concerns about the trajectory of the war in Iraq and what he believes the Senate can do to expedite the return of U.S. forces. He also speaks candidly about his lack of confidence in the leadership of President Bush, whom he calls one of the two or three worst presidents in the history of the United States. Reid also looks ahead to the 2008 Democratic primary and assesses the candidacies of the two front-runners, Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator Barack Obama.moreless
  • Mikhail Baryshnikov
    Episode 03.02.07
    In an exclusive hour-long conversation, Charlie sits down with famed ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov. Baryshnikov discusses recounts memorable moments from his career, including a performance at the White House choreographed by George Balanchine. He also discusses his work on the new Mikhail Baryshnikov Art Center in New York City.
  • Playwright Harold Pinter
    Episode 03.01.07
    In an exclusive hour-long conversation, Charlie sits down with Nobel Prize winning playwright and actor Harold Pinter to discuss his legendary career in drama. Pinter discusses the intersection of his art and his politics, as well as his current battle with cancer. Pinter's friends and colleagues, including David Mamet, Richard Eyre, Sam Mendes and Bill Nighy, also offer their thoughts on his life and work.moreless
  • 2/28/07
    First, A Conversation With Gov. Mike Easley, Republican Of North Carolina, About His Policy Agenda For His State, Which Focuses Heavily On Economic Improvement And Public Education. Easley Discusses The Importance Of Coordinating Primary And Secondary Level Instruction With College Education. Then, A Discussion With James Levine Of The Metropolitan Opera And Choreographer Mark Morris, Artistic Director Of The Mark Morris Dance Group, Who Discuss Their New Interpretation Of Christoph Gluck'S "Orfeo Ed Euridice", A Union Of Opera And Modern Dance.moreless
  • 2/27/07
    First, A Discussion About The Recent Plunge In The Chinese Stock Market, Which Sent Reverberations Throughout Global Financial Markets And Has Raised Concern About A Weakening Economic Forecast. Charlie Is Joined By Stepen Roach, Chief Global Economist For Morgan Stanley, And Byron Wien, Chief Investment Strategist, Pequot Capital Management. Despite Concerns Raised By The Stock Market Drop, Both Men Contend That The Fundamentals Of The Economy Remain Very Positive, Including Low Interest Rates, Strong Growth And Earnings Performance. Then, Jean-Marie Guehenno, Undersecretary Of U.N. Peacekeeping Operations, Discusses The Strategic Challenge Of Maintaining Civil Order Amidst Political And Social Crises. Guehehno Argues That The Dangers Posed By Destabilized States Makes Peacekeeping A Strategic Necessity In The Modern Era. Finally, Gail Collins, Former Editorial Page Editor For "The New York Times" And Current Columnist, Joins Charlie For A Discussion Of Her New Columnist Position, A Current Book Project On American Women Since The 1960'S, And The State Of Journalism. She Also Discusses The Critical Differences Between Reporting And Opinion Writing.moreless
  • 2/26/07
    First, Author Robert Edsel Discusses His New Book, "Rescuing Da Vinci". Edsel Says That The Campaign To Protect Europe'S Artistic And Cultural Heritage During The Conflict Is A New Way Of Understanding The Magnitude And Impact Of The Second World War. Edsel'S Work Chronicles The Story Of The "Monument'S Men", A Group Of 350 Men And Women From 12 Allied Nations, Who Volunteered To Protect Great Works Of Art During The War. Then, Singer And Songwriter John Legend Discusses His Rise As A Chart Topping R&B Artist. Legend, Who Won A Grammy For His Second Album "Once Again", Talks About His Musical Upbringing And His Transition From Business Consulting To Performing After College. Finally, French Filmmaker Danielle Thompson Discusses Her New Film "Avenue Montaigne", An Ensemble Piece About The Patrons Of A Parisian Restaurant.moreless
  • 2/23/07
    First, A Conversation With Nicholas Burns, The Under Secretary Of State For Political Affairs, About The Relationship Between The United States And Iran, In Light Of The War In Iraq And Iran'S Accelerating Nuclear Program. Burns Dismisses Allegations That The U.S. Refuses To Participate In Diplomacy With Iran, Arguing That Iran Has Been The Obstacle To Direct Talks. Finally, Baroness Philippine De Rothschild Discusses Her Family'S Celebrated Vineyards In France, The Commissioning Famous Artists To Design The Chateau Mouton Rothschild Labels And Her Outlook For New Vintages.moreless
  • 2/22/07
    First, A Conversation About Recent Recriminations Between The Presidential Campaigns Of Senators Hillary Clinton And Barack Obama. Mark Halperin Of Abc News And Adam Nagourney Of "The New York Times" Discuss The Fall Out From Remarks Critical Of Sen. Clinton Made By Media Mogul David Geffen, Who Once Supported Her Husband'S Candidacy But Now Supports The Presidential Bid Of Sen. Obama. Finally, A Panel Discussion On The Divisions Between Sunnis And Shiites Within The Islamic World And The Prospect Of The Rift Widening Due To The Conflict In Iraq And Other Flashpoints, Including Growing Tensions Between Iran And Saudi Arabia. The Panel Includes Vali Nasr Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Raghida Dergham Of "Al Hayat", Bobby Ghosh Of "Time" Magazine And Richard Bulliet Of Columbia University.moreless
  • 2/21/07
    First, A Conversation With Sabrina Tavernise, A Correspondent For "The New York Times", Who Covered Iraq For 22 Months, Between 2003 And 2006. She Discusses The War'S Impact On The Iraqi People And Describes The Torment Of Normal, Daily Life In Baghdad.||Next, Linda Greenhouse Of "The New York Times" Joins Charlie To Discuss Several Significant Developments In The Business Of The Supreme Court. She Discusses The Implications Of The Recent Supreme Court Ruling That Overturned Punitive Damages Against The Tobacco Maker Philip Morris And Addresses The Possible Return Of The Guantanamo Prisoner Detention Case To The Supreme Court.||Finally, A Conversation With Dr. Jeffrey Sachs, Director Of The Earth Institute At Columbia University, About A New Climate Change Initiative He Is Spearheading In Conjunction With Environmental, Government And Business Organizations Around The World. Sachs Argues That We Have Reached A Tipping Point In The Global Warming Debate And The Challenge Now Is How To Best Implement Alternative Energy Technologies.moreless
  • A rebroadcast of an hour looking back at some of the appearances this year's nominees made on the program. Over the year, Charlie spoke with 12 of the nominees, including best actor nominees Peter O'Toole, for
  • 2/19/07
    A conversation with chairman and CEO of ChevronTexaco Corporation David O'Reilly about energy policy, conservation and the challenges facing energy producers.
  • Michael Crichton
    Michael Crichton
    Episode 02.19.07
    An hour of conversation with Michael Crichton, one of the best-selling authors in American publishing. Crichton discusses his new book,
  • 2/16/07
    First, Senator Richard Durbin, The Democratic Whip, Talks About An Upcoming Procedural Vote That May Determine When The Senate Votes On A Non-Binding Resolution Condemning President Bush'S Decision To Implemenet A Troop Surge In Iraq. Next, Doug Feith, A Former High-Ranking Pentagon Official During The Lead-Up To The Iraq War, Defends The Administration'S Use Of Pre-War Intelligence And The Decision Of The Pentagon To Establish A Special Office For Interpreting Cia Information. He Talks About Pentagon Intelligence Briefings For The Secretary Of Defense, The Role Of The Director Of The Cia In Shaping Intelligence Analyses, And The Alleged Intervention Of White House Officials. Finally, Senator Ron Wyden, A Member Of The Senate Intelligence Committee, Discusses A New Report By The Inspector General Of The Pentagon Condemning The Oversight Provided By Pentagon Official Douglas Feith Over Intelligence Gathering And Assessment Prior To The Invasion Of Iraq.moreless
  • 2/15/07
    First, An Update On Al Qaeda With Brian Ross, Chief Investigative Correspondent For Abc News.||Next, Former Nfl Player Tiki Barber, Now With Nbc News/Sports.||Finally, Actor Chris Cooper And Director Billy Ray Discuss The Film "Breach", The True Story Of Spy Robert Hanssen With Elaine Shannon, Author Of "The Spy Next Door".moreless
  • 2/14/07
    First, Ban Ki-Moon, The New Secretary General Of The United Nations, Discusses Reform In The United Nations, And It'S Role In Iraq Next, Mike Leavitt, The Secretary Of Health And Human Services, Discusses The Possibility Of A Global Flu Pandemic, What The United States Is Doing To Prepare For Such An Event And The Role The Public Can Play In Response. Finally, Dog Handler Kellie Fitzgerald And David Frei, Of The Westminster Kennel Club, Introduce James, An English Springer Spaniel, Winner Of Best In Show At The 2007 Westminster Dog Show.moreless
  • 2/13/07
    First, A Panel Discussion On Iran, Its Tensions With The United States And The Its Increasing Role In Iraq With Michael Hirsh, Senior Editor Of "Newsweek", Ray Takeyh, Member Of The Council On Foreign Relations And Author Of A New Book About Iran, And David Sanger Of "The New York Times". Finally, A Conversation With Iran'S Ambassador To The United Nations, Javad Zarif. Zarif Discusses The Relationship Between Tehran And The United States As Well As Leaving His Position As Iran'S Ambassador To The United Nationsmoreless
  • 2/12/07
    First, A Conversation With Mark Halperin Of Abc News, Jonathan Alter Of "Newsweek" Magazine And Patrick Healy Of "The New York Times" About Barack Obama'S Presidential Candidacy And The Formal Announcement Of His Candidacy Will Impact The Race For The Democratic Nomination And Influence The Strategy Of Frontrunner Hillary Clinton. Finally, A Conversation With Playwright And Filmmaker David Mamet Who Talks About His New Book "Bambi Vs. Godzilla" Which Serves As A Searing Critiquing Of The Entertainment Business. Mamet Also Reflects Upon His Life And Career More Broadly.moreless
  • 2/9/07
    First, A Conversation With The Third Longest Serving Senator In The History Of The United States, Senator Ted Kennedy Of Massachusetts. Kennedy Talks About His Long-Standing Opposition To The War In Iraq, His Various Proposals To End U.S. Involvement, And The Fallacy That The U.S. Presence Is In Any Way Improving The Situation. Finally, A Discussion With Director And Screenwriter Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck About His First Feature Length Film, "The Lives Of Others" Which Is Nominated For Best Foreign Film At This Year'S Academy Awards. The Film Explores Conditions In East Germany Before The Berlin Wall Came Down In 1989 Through The Eyes Of A Member Of The Stasi, East Germany'S Powerful Secret Police Service.moreless
  • 2/8/07
    First, A Conversation With The Director Of Management And Budget, Rob Portman. Portman Talks About The $2.9 Trillion Budget For Fiscal Year 2008, The Impact Of New Measures Of Fiscal Discipline And About How Tax Payer Money Is Being Spent. Then, A Conversation With Singer And Songwriter John Mellencamp About His New Album "Freedom'S Road", His Career And His Politics, Including His Opposition To The War In Iraq. He Also Gives A Performance Of A Few Songs From The New Album.moreless
  • 2/7/07
    First, A Conversation With Republican Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison From Texas About The President'S Plan For A Troop Surge In Iraq And About The Stalemate The Senate Faces Debating Resolutions Condemning The Increase. Finally, A Discussion With Playwright Tom Stoppard About His Trilogy Of Plays, "The Coast Of Utopia", Which Is Playing Its American Premier At Lincoln Center. The Trilogy Consists Of "Voyage", "Shipwreck", And "Salvage" And Focuses On The Philosophical Debates In Pre-Revolutionary Russia Between 1833 And 1866.moreless
  • 2/6/07
    First, A Conversation With Democratic Senator Jack Reed Who Talks About Why The Full Senate Did Not Vote On A Proposed Non-Binding Resolution Condemning The President'S Proposed Troop Surge. Reed Also Talks About How The Senate Is Likely To Handle Growing Opposition On Both Sides Of The Aisle To The President'S Military Policies. Then, A Discussion With E.J. Dionne, Columnist For "The Washington Post", And David Brooks, Columnist For "The New York Times", About The Impasse The Senate Is Facing Over Bi-Partisan Resolutions Criticizing The Planned Troop Build-Up In Iraq. Finally, A Conversation With Singing Sensation Josh Groban About His New Cd "Awake". Groban Has Received Popular And Critical Praise For His Mature And Lyrical Baritone Voice, And Has Been Compared To Luciano Pavarotti And George Hearn.moreless
  • 2/5/07
    First, A Conversation With Author Martin Amis About His New Book "House Of Meetings" And His Experiences As A Writer. The Book Takes The Form Of A Book-Length Letter From A Former Inmate At A Russian Gulag To His American "Step-Daughter" In Which Recounts His Experiences. Then, A Discussion With Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner Norman Mailer About His New Book "Castle In The Forest", The First In Ten Years. The Story Offers A Fictional Account Of Adolf Hitler'S Childhood As Told From The Perspective Of A Devil Tasked By Satan With Cultivating Hitler'S Evil.moreless
  • 2/2/07
    First, A Discussion With Dr. Michael Oppenheimer, Of Princeton University, Who Was A Co-Author Of The Just Released Fourth Assessment Report Of The Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change Sponsored By The U.N.. Oppenheimer Talks About The Growing Scientific Consensus That Global Warming Is Occurring And That It Is Largely Man-Made. He Also Discusses Potential Remedies.||Then, A Conversation With William Rhoden From "The New York Times" About Super Bowl Xli Which Features The Indianapolis Colts Against The Chicago Bears.||Finally, A Discussion With Tennis Player Serena Williams About Her Recent 2007 Australian Open Win Against Maria Sharapova, Her Renewed Commitment To The Game And Her Outlook For The Rest Of The Tennis Season.moreless
  • Senator Charles Schumer
    Episode 02.01.07
    A hour-long conversation with Democrat Senator Charles Schumer of New York for the hour. Schumer discusses his new book
  • 1/31/07
    An hour long discussion with the Interior Minister of France, Nicolas Sarkozy. Sarkozy talks about his ongoing campaign for the French Presidency and his opponent, socialist candidate Segolene Royale. Sarkozy, the current front runner, discusses France's labor problems and his belief that the French people are ready to embrace significant reforms to their labor markets.moreless
  • A conversation with Microsoft founder Bill Gates about building Microsoft, the future of technology, and his newest focus, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (from November 23, 2006).
  • Chairman Of Microsoft Bill Gates
    A conversation with Bill Gates, Chairman and Chief Software Architect of Microsoft, about the release of the highly anticipated Windows XP and his philanthropic endeavors.
  • 1/29/07
    A Discussion With Jon Robin Baitz, The Creator Of The New Television Program "Brothers And Sisters". Baitz Talks About His Abc Drama Series, Which Follows The Family Relations Of The Walkers And Their Grown Children, And His Transition From Playwright To Television Scribe. A Conversation With Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak About The Growth Of The Company He Created With Steve Jobs, The Dominance Of The Ipod And The Technological Revolutions Ahead. Wozniak Also Discusses His New Memoir "Iwoz". A Discussion With Author Margaret Atwood About Her Book "Moral Disorder," Which Is A Collection Of Stories About 60 Years Of A Canadian Family Told From The Perspective Of One Family Member.moreless
  • 1/26/07
    In light of the announcements of the 2007 Academy Award nominations, we spend an hour looking back at some of the appearances this year's nominees made on the program. Over the year, Charlie spoke with 12 of the nominees, including best actor nominees Peter O'Toole, for
  • Actor Bill Nighy
    Episode 01.25.07
    An hour long discussion with actor Bill Nighy, who stars in a new Broadway play
  • For the hour, Charlie is joined by John Burns, the Baghdad bureau chief for
  • In an hour-long, live discussion following the State of the Union Address, Charlie is joined by Jon Meacham, the editor of
  • 1/22/07
    First, Charlie Speaks With Former Secretary Of The Treasury Robert Rubin About The New Democratic Congress And The Issues It Will Face Over The Next Two Years, In Light Of The President'S Upcoming State Of The Union Address. Rubin Also Sounds A Warning About America'S Deteriorating Healthcare And Entitlement Systems And Asserts The Need For Bi-Partisan Solutions. Then, Charlie Is Joined By Henry Louis Gates Jr., The Alphonse Fletcher University Professor At Harvard. They Discuss Gates' New Book "Finding Oprah'S Roots, Finding Your Own", Which Examines Her Personal History And Roots Through Genealogical Research And Dna Testing.moreless
  • 1/19/07
    First, Charlie Talks About Iraq With Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger, Historian Alistair Horne Author Of "A Savage War Of Peace", Tom Ricks Of The "Washington Post" And Retired Colonel And Author Andrew Bacevich. They Examine The Course Of The War And The Campaign Against The Insurgency. They Draw Parallels Between The Situation In Iraq And France'S Losing Struggle Against Insurgents In Algeria In The Late 1950S And The Early 1960S. Finally, A Conversation With Donny George, Former Director Of The Iraqi National Museum In Baghdad, Who Discusses His Experiences Overseeing Iraq'S National Museum Under Saddam Hussein And The Tragic Looting Of The Institution Following The U.S. Invasion In 2003.moreless
  • 1/18/07
    First, Charlie Talks With Four Of The 2006 Macarthur Fellows, Author George Saunders, Dr. John Rich Of Drexel University, Artist Anna Schuleit And Dr. Atul Gawande Of Brigham And Women'S University. The Conversation Focuses On Their Respective Work And Their Hopes For The Future. Then, Adam Gopnik, Author Of "Paris To The Moon" And Writer For "The New Yorker" Magazine, Talks About His New Book "Through The Children'S Gate: A Home In New York". Finally, Actress Juliette Binoche And Director Anthony Minghella Talk About Their New Film "Breaking And Entering".moreless
  • Actor Peter O'toole
    Episode 01.17.07
    Charlie talks with screen legend Peter O'Toole who has starred in over 80 films movies. O'Toole discusses his incredible career, which has spanned over 50 years, and his new film
  • 1/16/07
    First, Charlie Discusses Jim Lehrer'S Interview With President Bush On "The Newshour" About The President'S Decision To Send Additional Troops Into Iraq. Then, Howard Schultz, Starbucks Chairman, Talks About Moving Starbucks Into Entertainment And Going Global. Finally, Ed Viesturs Talks About Being The First American To Reach The Summit Of All 14 Of The World'S Highest Peaks. He Is One Of Six Climbers To Accomplish This Feat Without The Use Of Bottled Oxygen. He Also Discusses His Memoir, "No Shortcuts To The Top".moreless
  • 1/15/07
    A conversation with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson about his film
  • A Discussion With Director Sam Mendes
    Charlie talks with director Sam Mendes about his new show on Broadway,
  • 1/12/07
    Charlie sits down with actor Kiefer Sutherland to discuss the debut of the sixth season of his hit show "24". Sutherland discusses the show's enduring popularity and the prospects for his character, Jack Bauer, following his release from a Chinese prison. Then, Charlie hosts a panel discussion on the rise of Pentecostalism, especially in Latino communities, with David Gonzalez of the New York Times, author Richard Rodriguez and Dale Irvin, dean of the New York Theological Seminary.moreless
  • 1/11/07
    First, Charlie Speaks To New York Times Correspondent John Burns About The Iraqi Government'S Response To President Bush'S Plans For A Troop Buildup. Then, Senator Chuck Hagel, Republican Of Nebraska, Joins Charlie To Discuss His Strong Reservations About The President'S Proposed Buildup. Hagel Contends That The Buildup Is Too Little Too Late And That It Risks Miring The U.S. Even More Deeply In Iraq. Finally, Charlie Talks To One Of The Architects Of The Troop Buildup Policy, Deputy National Security Adviser J.D. Crouch, Who Defends The Plan On The Grounds That Doing Nothing Would Virtually Guarantee Catastrophic Failure And Risk Throwing The Entire Region In Chaos.moreless
  • A panel discussion following the President's primetime speech announcing his plan to send 22,000 more troops to Iraq to help contain the insurgency. Panelists include: Democratic Representative Rahm Emanuel of Illinois, William Kristol of
  • 1/9/07
    First, Charlie sits down with Nobel Laureates Paul Nurse of The Rockefeller University and James Watson of the Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory to discuss the implications of major recent advances in genomic mapping. Then, Charlie is joined by Eric Lander, founding director of the Broad Institute, who discusses the advances that have come through genetic comparisons and the better understanding of genetic mutations. Finally, Craig Venter of the J. Craig Venter Institute discusses his successful effort to become the first individual to have their genome mapped.moreless
  • 1/8/07
    First, Charlie Is Joined By Former Army Vice Chief Of Staff Jack Keane And Michael Gordon Of The New York Times. They Discuss The Escalating Level Of Violence In Iraq And Assess The President'S Expected Announcement Of A Major Troop Surge In Baghdad. Next, Charlie Is Joined By Anthony Atala Concerning The Recent Developments In Stem Cells. Atala Says That Researchers Have Found An Alternate Source Of Stem Cells That Can Be Derived From Amniotic Fluid.; Last, Charlie Is Joined By Bill Condon, The Director Of "Dreamgirls." Condon Discusses His Experience Directing "Dreamgirls" And What He Thinks About Movie Musicals Today.moreless
  • 1/5/07
    First, Charlie Is Joined By Author Calvin Trillin. He Discusses His Book, "About Alice" Which Chronicles The Life Of His Late Wife And The Legacy She Left Behind. Next, Charlie Is Joined By Famed Conductor Zubin Mehta. Mehta Speaks Of His Experience Conducting The New York And Israel Philharmonic Orchestras As Well As The Bavarian State Orchestra, His Return To New York And The State Of Classical Music.moreless
  • 1/4/07
    First Charlie Is Joined By Rep. James Clyburn, The Majority Whip From South Carolina. Clyburn Discusses The Democrats' Return To Power And The Policies Priorities The Party Hopes To Pursue In The Upcoming Congress. Then Charlie Is Joined By Etienne-Emile Beaulieu, The Former President Of The French Academy Of Sciences. Beaulieu Discusses The Aging Process And The Present Research Being Conducted To Prolong Life. Finally, Charlie Is Joined By Eric Steel, The Director Of The Documentary "The Bridge." Steel Discusses His Film Which Tells The Stories Of The People That Committed Suicide By Jumping Off The Golden Gate Bridge In 2004.moreless
  • 1/3/07
    First Charlie Is Joined By New York Times Correspondent John F. Burns. Burns Gives Updates On Iraq And Baghdad After The Execution Of Saddam Hussein. He Also Discusses Controversy Surrounding The Manner Of Execution. Then Charlie Is Joined By Hilary Swank. Swank Discusses Her Latest Movie "Freedom Writers" Which Is Based On A True Story About A Teacher Who Changes The Lives Of Her Students. Finally, Charlie Is Joined By Todd Field, The Director Of "Little Children". Field Discusses The Making Of The Movie And His Transition From Actor To Director.moreless
  • On the day of President Ford's funeral, an hour with three people who knew him and wrote about his presidency: Thomas DeFrank of
  • In honor of its 40th anniversary, a conversation about New York's PaceWildenstein Gallery with founder Arne Glimcher and three artists represented by the gallery, Lucas Samaras, Chuck Close, and Kiki Smith.