Charlie Rose - Season 2008

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  • 12/31/08
    A Memorial of those who died in 2008 with Robert Mondavi, Avery Dulles, Dith Pran, Paul Newman, David Foster Wallace, Studs Terkel, Sydney Pollack, Van Johnson, Michael Crichton, Gerald Arpino, John Leonard, Anthony Minghella, Osborn Elliott, Clay Felker, Abby Mann, Richard Darman, Robert Rauschenberg, William Odom, William F. Buckley, Bernie Mac, George Carlin, Heath Ledger, Tim Russert, Hamilton Jordan, Chuck Fruit, John Templeton and Tom Lantos. In this episode, the various people who passed are remembered in their own words, as they conversed with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • 12/30/08
    A conversation about the Obama transition with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Tom Ridge and a conversation with Drew Westen author of "The Political Brain: The Role of Emotion in Deciding The Fate of The Nation." In this episode, Ridge discusses the 2008 election and the world at a time of transition with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • A Conversation With Actor Dustin Hoffman || A Conversation With Actor Ben Kingsley
  • A conversation about the film
  • 12/25/08
    A conversation about the film "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" with Brad Pitt and David Fincher . In this episode, David Fincher speaks with Charlie Rose about "Benjamin Button," Brad Pitt offers his thoughts on the love story of "Benjamin Button."
  • The Reader
    Episode 1224
    A conversation about the film "The Reader" with David Hare, Stephen Daldry, Kate Winslet and David Kross In this episode, Kate Winslet discusses her character in "The Reader," and David Hare talks about writing "The Reader."
  • 12/23/08
    A conversation with Robert Gottlieb, American writer and renowned editor in the book publishing business and a conversation with Bernhard Schlink author of "The Reader" In this episode, Robert Gottlieb discuess George Balanchine, while Bernard Schlink speaks on our fragile society.
  • Bill Gates
    Episode 1222
    An hour with Bill Gates, founder and chairman of Microsoft In this episode, Bill Gates weighns in on how software will change over the next 10 years and the possibilties for Microsoft in search.
  • A Conversation With Malcolm Gladwell, Author Of "Outliers" || A Conversation With Geoff Colvin, Author Of "Talent Is Overrated"
  • A Conversation With Rick Stengel, Managing Editor, Time Magazine || A Conversation With Author Calvin Trillin About His Book "Deciding The Next Decider" || A Conversation With Author Annette Gordon-Reed About Her Book "The Hemingses Of Monticello: An American Family"
  • 12/17/08
    A conversation with U.S. Secretary of Defense, Robert Gates
  • 12/16/08
    Description and a conversation with Michael Porter, Harvard Business School professor. In this episode, Henry Kissinger speaks about the U.S.'s common interests with Russia and the opportunity in the current crisis, and Michael Porter offers his thoughts on economic strategy and why America needs one, and what America learned from Japan's economic problems during the 1990's.moreless
  • 12/15/08
    A conversation with David Miliband, British Foreign Secretary and a conversation with pianist and composer Alain Lef?®vre. In this episode, David Miliband discusses the hopes from a new Obama administration, the relations between Iran and Syria, and how the window for a two state solution is closing, and Alain Lefevre comments on introducting classical music to a younger generation.moreless
  • 12/12/08
    A conversation about the auto industry and the film "Doubt" with John Patrick Shanley, Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams and Viola Davis and A conversation with Quincy Jones. In this episode, David Herszenhorn reacts to Republican opposition to a bailout for the auto industry, Quincy Jones reflects on Sinatra and his outlook on life, Meryl Streep, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Adams, and Viola Davis discuss their characters in "Doubt," and John Patrick Stanley talks about his movie "Doubt," with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • Tom Friedman
    Episode 1211
    A conversation with Tom Friedman author of "Hot, Flat and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution--and How It Can Renew America" In this episode, Tom Friedman explains how Obama can restore American respect, the challenge of Afghanistan, the different stakes in Afghanistan and Iraq, and the danger of going to war with Iran.moreless
  • A conversation with composer Elliott Carter, pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim and James Levine, music director of the Metropolitan Opera in New York and a conversation with Cherie Blair, author of "Speaking for Myself: The Autobiography of Cherie Blair." In this episode, Cherie Blair comments on the reaction to her book and on political spouses, Elliott Carter talks about the adventure of composing, on composing music at 100, while James Levine and Daniel Barenboim discuss Elliott Carter.moreless
  • 12/9/08
    A conversation about Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich with Jeff Zeleny, conversation about Andrew Jackson with Jon Meacham, editor of Newsweek, and a conversation with David Stern, commissioner of the National Basketball Association. In this episode, Jeff Zelaney comments on Governor Blagojevich's relationship with Obama, Jon Meacham discusses the premise of "American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White House," David Stern talks about the NBA becoming more international, the minimum age of a player coming into the NBA, and his own legacy.moreless
  • Part Two Of A Conversation About The Film "Frost/Nixon" With Director Ron Howard And Actor Frank Langella || A Conversation About Biodiversity With Michael Novacek, Senior Vice President And Provost Of The Paleontology Division Of The American Museum Of Natural History; Paul Nurse, President Of Rockefeller University And Biologist & Author Edward Wilsonmoreless
  • 12/5/08
    Part one of a conversation about the film "Frost/Nixon" with director Ron Howard and actor Frank Langella and a conversation with conductor Gilbert Kaplan In this episode, Frank Langella offers thoughts on playing Nixon and on acting, Ron Howard discusses making films based on real events, and Gilbert Kaplan speaks with Charlie Rose about Mahler's unique talent, and Mahler and 20th century music.moreless
  • 12/4/08
    A conversation with Michael Kinsley and Arianna Huffington and a discussion about the conflict in the Congo. In this episode, Anthony Gambino explains the failure of the international community to help the Congo, Michael Kinsley discusses Bill Gate's ideas about capitalism and philanthropy, and Arianna Huffington looks back at her life.moreless
  • 12/3/08
    A conversation with James Taylor & Yo-Yo Ma and a conversation about economics with Nassim Taleb author of "The Black Swan." In this episode, Nassin Taleb discusses economists, and the depth of the financial crisis, and James Taylor Yo-Yo Ma converse on the art of collaboration.
  • A Conversation With Richard Haass And Martin Indyk About The Book "Restoring The Balance" || A Conversation With Gen. Kevin Chilton, Usstratcom
  • 12/1/08
    A conversation about National Security with Nicholas Burns, Fareed Zakaria and Steve Coll. A discussion about the attacks in Mumbai with Anjali Pollack and Michael Pollack In this episode, Fareed Zakaria weighs the impact of the Mumbai terror attacks on India, Nic Burns speaks on the potential U.S. role in the South Asia crisis, Steve Coll perceives opportunities from the global economic crisis, and the Pollacks explain how they escaped the terrorists.moreless
  • A conversation about the film "Milk" with Sean Penn, Gus Van Sant and Josh Brolin
  • 11/27/08
    A conversation about the film "Australia" with director Baz Luhrman and a conversation with basketball star "Magic" Johnson. In this episode, Baz Luhrman talks with Charlie Rose about his movie "Australia," and Magic Johnson speaks about his father's influence and on basketball and business.
  • Chris Dodd
    Episode 1126
    A conversation with US Senator Chris Dodd (D-CT) In this episode, Dodd discusses the Senate Banking Committee and the financial crisis with Charlie Rose.
  • Vikram Pandit
    Episode 1125
    A conversation with Vikram Pandit, CEO of Citigroup.
  • A Conversation About Citigroup With Steven Pearlstein Of "The Washington Post" || A Conversation With Vernon Jordan, Author, "Make It Plain"
  • A Conversation About Obama'S Cabinet With Jake Tapper Of Abc News || A Conversation With Lawrence Lessig About His Book "Remix", And His Former Colleague Barack Obama.
  • 11/20/08
    A conversation with actor Kiefer Sutherland of "24" and a conversation with Steve Kroft of "60 Minutes" about his recent interview with President-elect Barack Obama. In this episode, Kiefer Sutherland reflects on Jack Bauer and torture, and his time in jail, and Steve Kroft discusses Michelle Obama, how Obama evolved as a canidate, and Obama's temperament.moreless
  • Auto Industry
    Episode 1119
    A conversation about the Auto Industry with Barney Frank, Richard Shelby, Andrew Ross Sorkin, David Cole. In this episode, Barney Frank speaks on the fallout of a bankrupt auto industry, Sen. Richard Felby offers thoughts on the fate of the auto industry. Andrew Ross Sorkin weighs in on the future of the "Big Three" automakers, and David Cole discusses the future of the American auto industry.moreless
  • 11/18/08
    A conversation about the play "Equus" with Richard Griffiths and Daniel Radcliffe. A conversation about Heart Disease with Antonio Gotto, Lori Mosca and Paul Ridker. In this episode, Lori Mosca and Antonio Gotto offer insight on preventing heart disease, and Daniel Radcliffe speaks on the curse of his youth, while Richard Griffiths reacts to being a "late bloomer."moreless
  • A Conversation About Barack Obama And Abraham Lincoln || A Conversation With Ben Silverman, Co-Chairman, Nbc || A Conversation About One Laptop Per Child With Nicholas Negroponte
  • 11/14/08
    A Preview of the Global Financial Summit with Steven Pearlstein, Sebastian Mallaby, Jeffrey Sachs & Amity Shlaes. A conversation with Peter Mansoor about the book "Baghdad at Sunrise: A Brigade Commander's War in Iraq" In this episode, Steven Pearlstein discusses the need to reform American capitalism, Jeff Sachs explains the necessary short term steps, Amity Shales speaks on the danger of overregulation, and Peter Mansoor says Iraq was a strategic error.moreless
  • 11/13/08
    A conversation about oil with Daniel Yergin and Charles Maxwell and a preview of the Economic Summit with Steven Pearlstein of "The Washington Post." In this episode, Steven Pearlstein explains what to expect from the global economic summit, the need for a new regulatory architecture, and whol'll take the lead at the summit, Charles Maxwell speaks on the demand for oil, and Daniel Yergin discusses China and recession versus inflation.moreless
  • John Updike
    Episode 1112
    A Conversation with John Updike, an American writer. His most famous works are in his Rabbit series, and two of those won Pulitzer Prizes. Updike has published 22 novels and more than a dozen short story collections as well as poetry, literary criticism and children’s books. Hundreds of his stories, reviews, and poems have appeared in “The New Yorker” since the 1950s. In this episode, John Updike offers his thoughts on being both author and critic, and on his next novel, Michael Crichton discusses his motivation to write, and the concept of "talent."moreless
  • 11/10/08
    A conversation about President-elect Barack Obama's meeting with current President George W. Bush and author Toni Morrison about her book "A Mercy." In this episode, Al Hunt discusses the trends threatening the G.O.P., Hillary Clinton's future, and whether Bush had second thoughts, while Toni Morrison talks about her best book and Obama.moreless
  • A conversation about Barack Obama with Jeff Zeleny of "The New York Times." In his first official appearance (11/07/08) since his election win, US President-elect Barack Obama pledged to confront the economic crisis. A rebroadcast of a conversation with Ezekiel, Ari, and Rahm Emanuel. President-elect Barack Obama selected Representative Rahm Emanuel as his Chief of Staff. Historians on Obama with Michael Beschloss, Alan Brinkley and David Remnick In this episode, the Emanuel brothers discuss family dinners growing up and family support, various historians weigh in on the significance of the 2008 election, and Jeff Zeleny offers his thoughts on Obama's bearing.moreless
  • A conversation with Mitchell Gold about the book "Crisis: 40 Stories Revealing the Personal, Social, and Religious Pain and Trauma of Growing Up Gay in America." A conversation with Kay Ryan, U.S. Poet Laureate and James Billington, Librarian of Congress. A conversation about Barack Obama and the economy with Floyd Norris is the chief financial correspondent of "The New York Times" and "The International Herald Tribune". He writes a regular column on the stock market for the "Times".moreless
  • A Conversation With James Clyburn About The Election Of Barack Obama. || A Conversation With Jon Meacham And Evan Thomas, Both Of Newsweek. || Post Election Analysis With Jake Tapper, Abc News' Senior National Correspondent. A Tribute To Author Michael Crichton Who Died On November 4, 2008 In Los Angeles At Age 66 From Cancer.moreless
  • Live coverage of the 2008 Presidential Election with Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Bernard-Henri Levy, Jodi Kantor, Seth Lipsky, Charles Ogletree, Orlando Patterson and Connie Schultz.
  • A preview of the 2008 Presidential Election with Matt Bai, Charlie Cook, Adam Nagourney and Dick Polman. A conversation with Marian Wright Edelman, an American activist for the rights of children and is president and founder of the Children's Defense Fund.
  • A conversation with Nate Silver of and a Managing Partner of Baseball Prospectus. He first gained public recognition for inventing PECOTA, a system for forecasting the performance and career development of Major League Baseball players. A conversation with David Brooks of the New York Times who has become one of the prominent voices of conservative politics in the United States. A conversation with Senator Chuck Schumer from New York, serving since 1999. A Democrat, in 2005, he became chairman of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. In November 2006, he was elected to the new post of Vice-Chairman of the Senate Democratic Caucus.moreless
  • Tom Brokaw
    Episode 10.30.08
    A conversation with Tom Brokaw
  • 10/29/08
    A conversation about The Onion with Joe Randazzo Editor-In-Chief, Will Graham Executive Producer / Director of the Onion News Network and Carol Kolb Head Writer of the Onion News Network. A conversation with Ted Forstmann of Forstmann Little & Company, a private equity firm. A conversation with Jim Rutenberg of the New York Times about his article “Obama Infomericial, a Closing Argument to the Everyman.”moreless
  • Tom Brokaw
    Tom Brokaw
    Episode 1029
    A conversation with Tom Brokaw. He is the former NBC News anchorman and managing editor of the program 'NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw', a position he held for 21 years. He now works on regularly scheduled news documentaries for NBC. He recently come out of retirement to take over for the late Tim Russert on Meet the Press.moreless
  • 10/28/08
    A conversation about Saturday Night Live with Lorne Michaels, Seth Meyers, Darrell Hammond, Fred Armisen and James Downey. A conversation with Robert Mankoff, cartoon editor for The New Yorker magazine. Mankoff discusses The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker.
  • A conversation with Michael Milken, Chairman of The Milken Institute and Muhammad Yunus, Founder of Grameen Bank. A conversation about the play Black Watch with director John Tiffany and actor Peter Forbes.
  • 10/24/08
    A conversation with Dr. Richard Steadman, knee specialist surgeon practising in Vail, Colorado and a Clinical Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. An update on the Election with Matt Bai, Charlie Cook, Joe Klein and Jon Meacham.
  • A conversation with Paul Krugman of The New York Times and 2008 Nobel Prize Winner, Economics
  • A conversation about the film "Synecdoche, New York" with director Charlie Kaufman and actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, a conversation with Alan "Ace" Greenberg, former CEO of Bear Stearns.
  • A conversation with Henry Paulson, United States Treasury Secretary. Henry M. Paulson is the United States Treasury Secretary and member of the International Monetary Fund Board of Governors. He previously served as the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Goldman Sachs, one of the world's largest and most successful investment banks.moreless
  • A Conversation About Leadership At The Harvard Business School Centennial Celebration
    A conversation about leadership at the Harvard Business School centennial celebration with John Doerr - venture capitalist, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Jeffrey Immelt - chairman and CEO, General Electric, Anand Mahindra - vice-chairman and managing director, Mahindra & Mahindra, Meg Whitman - former CEO, Ebay and James Wolfensohn - former president of the World Bankmoreless
  • A conversation about the film W., with director Oliver Stone and actor Josh Brolin. The film follows the life of the United States' 43rd and current President, George Bush and a conversation with Sheila Bair, Chairman of the FDIC.
  • Nancy Pelosi
    Episode 1016
    A conversation with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
  • Live coverage of the third Presidential debate with Maria Bartiromo, David Brooks, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt & Katty Kay
  • Malaria
    Episode 1014
    A discussion about Malaria with Peter Chernin, President and Chief Operating Officer of News Corporation, Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda and Dr. Tadataka Yamada.
  • A Conversation About The Film 'What Just Happened?' With Robert De Niro, Barry Levinson And Art Linson. || A Conversation About The Film Religulous With Bill Maher And Larry Charles.
  • Economy / Ted Koppel
    Episode 1010
    A conversation with Ted Koppel about Koppel on Discovery: The Last Lynching. An update on the Financial Crisis with Maria Bartiromo, Michael McKee, Steven Pearlstein and Peter Thiel.
  • 10/9/08
    A discussion about the economic crisis with Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve and a conversation with Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director, IMF
  • 10/8/08
    A conversation with Sir Howard Stringer, Chairman & CEO, Sony Corporation and an update on the Economy with Alan Blinder of Princeton University, Krishna Guha Chief US Correspondent for the Financial Times and Floyd Norris of The New York Times.
  • Live coverage of the second Presidential debate with David Brooks, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Valerie Jarrett, Katty Kay, John McWorter and David Remnick.
  • A Conversation With Manouchehr Mottaki, Foreign Minister Of Iran. || A Conversation With Syrian Poet And Essayist Adonis.
  • A discussion about the House approving the $700-billion bailout bill with David Dreier & Joe Sestak. A conversation with Donna Brazile, author, educator, and political activist and strategist affiliated with the Democratic Party. A conversation with actor and comedian Chris Rock about his HBO special Kill the Messenger.
  • Live Coverage of the Vice Presdential Debate with Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Cokie Roberts, Katty Kay, Connie Schultz.
  • Warren Buffett
    Episode 1001
    An exclusive conversation with Warren Buffett about the economy. Warren Edward Buffett is an American investor, businessman and philanthropist. Buffett has amassed an enormous fortune from astute investments, particularly through the company Berkshire Hathaway, of which he is the largest shareholder and CEO. With an estimated current net worth of around $52 billion, he is ranked by Forbes as the second-richest person in the world, behind Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.moreless
  • A conversation with Senator Judd Gregg and Martin Feldstein about the economy. Martin Feldstein is an American economist. He is currently the George F. Baker Professor of Economics at Harvard University, and the president and CEO of the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER). Judd Alan Gregg is a former Governor of New Hampshire and current United States Senator. He is a member of the Republican Party, and was a businessman and attorney in Nashua before entering politics.moreless
  • 9/29/08
    An update on the Economy with Al Hunt and Floyd Norris and a conversation with Dexter Filkins about his book The Forever War.
  • 9/26/08
    Live discussion about the Presidential debate with David Brooks, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jeff Greenfield, Mark Halperin, Jim Hoagland, Al Hunt, Katty Kay, Walter Russell Mead, David Sanger and Byron York
  • Sergei Lavrov
    Episode 0925
    A conversation with Sergei Lavrov, Russian Foreign Minister. He has worked for the government since 1972, when he was sent as a Soviet diplomat to Sri Lanka. In 1981 he was as a senior adviser to the Soviet mission at the United Nations, working in New York until 1988. He returned to the Soviet Union but by 1994 was back at the U.N. as the Permanent Representative of Russia.moreless
  • 9/24/08
    A conversation with former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Tony Blair. A conversation with Mikhail Saakashvili, President of Georgia and leader of the United National Movement.
  • A discussion about the economy and the 700 billion dollar bailout of Wall Street with Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) Chair, House Financial Services Committee. A conversation with Ali Babacan, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey. A conversation with author and philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy about his book Left in Dark Times: A Stand Against the New Barbarism.moreless
  • 9/19/08
    A discussion about the 125th Anniversary of the Metropolitan Opera with Peter Gelb, General Manager of the Metropolitan Opera and Penny Woolcock, director of Doctor Atomic. A discussion about US Basketball with Coach K, Kobe Bryant, Jason Kidd.
  • 9/18/08
    A conversation with Graydon Carter, editor-in-chief of Vanity Fair. A conversation with Keira Knightley about her film The Duchess. The film is a chronicle of the life of 18th century aristocrat Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, who reviled for her extravagant political and personal lives.
  • 9/17/08
    A conversation with Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) Chair, House Financial Services Committee. A followup on AIG and the economy with Hank Greenberg, former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), the world's largest insurance and financial services corporation. Part two of a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward about his book The War Within: A Secret White House History 2006-2008.moreless
  • Greenberg / Woodward
    Episode 0916
    Part two of a conversation with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward about his book The War Within: A Secret White House History 2006-2008. A followup on AIG and the economy with Hank Greenberg, former chairman and CEO of American International Group (AIG), the world's largest insurance and financial services corporation.
  • A discussion about the crisis on Wall Street with Lawrence Summers, Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times Charles Gasparino of CNBC, Josh Rosner of Graham Fisher & Co. and Nouriel Roubini. Lehman Brothers, the fourth-largest US investment bank, has filed for bankruptcy protection, stock markets and the US dollar have tumbled in reaction to Lehman's collapse.moreless
  • Bob Nardelli
    Episode 0912
    A conversation with Bob Nardelli, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chrysler
  • A discussion about the 2008 Presidential Election with Jonathan Alter, Bob Schieffer & Paul Begala
  • 9/10/08
    A discussion about the economy former Treasury Secretaries Robert Rubin and Lawrence Summers.
  • Thomas L. Friedman
    Episode 0909
    A conversation with author Thomas L. Friedman about his book Hot, Flat, and Crowded: Why We Need a Green Revolution--and How It Can Renew America.
  • 9/8/08
    A discussion about the U.S. government's takeover of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with Mohamed El-Erian, co-CEO co-CIO for PIMCO, Gretchen Morgenson, Floyd Norris both of The New York Times and Nouriel Roubini of New York University. A conversation with Steve Coll author of The Bin Ladens: An Arabian Family in the American Century.moreless
  • A recap of the Democratic and Republican Conventions. A discussion about memory with Adam Nagourney. A conversation with John Esposito & Dalia Mogahed.
  • Live coverage of the Republican National Convention with Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark McKinnon, Jon Meacham and Byron York.
  • Live coverage of the Republican National Convention with David Brooks, Charlie Cook, Carly Fiorina, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Lisa Murkowski, Tom Ridge and Byron York.
  • Live coverage of the Republican National Convention with Peter Baker, David Brooks, David Dreier, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Orrin Hatch, Al Hunt and Ralph Reed.
  • Live coverage of the Republican National Convention with Charlie Cook, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Walter Isaacson, Cokie Roberts and Ed Rogers.
  • A discussion about President Lyndon Johnson’s Life and Legacy with Doris Kearns Goodwin, Robert Caro and Joseph Califano.
  • Live coverage of the Democratic National Convention with James Clyburn, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Jodi Kantor, Lawrence O'Donnell and Jon Meacham
  • Live coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Denver with Rahm Emanuel, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Michele Norris, John Podesta, Ed Rendell and Ronald Walters.
  • Live coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Denver with David Brooks, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin, Al Hunt, Adam Nagourney, Connie Schultz, Ronald Walters and Jacob Weisberg. Senator Hillary Clinton will be the headline prime-time speaker and former Virginia Governor Mark Warner will deliver the keynote address, Pay Equity pioneer Lilly Ledbetter will also address the Convention.moreless
  • Live coverage of the Democratic National Convention in Denver with Al Hunt, Mark Halperin, Connie Schultz,Matthew Dowd, Steve McMahon and Michele Norris.
  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
    Episode 0822
    A conversation in Tehran with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran. He became president on 6 August 2005 after winning the 2005 presidential election by popular vote. Before becoming president, he was the Mayor of Tehran. He is the highest directly elected official in the country, but, according to Article 113 of Constitution of Iran, he has less total power than the Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, who is the commander-in-chief of the armed forces of Iran and has the final word in all aspects of foreign and domestic policies.moreless
  • A conversation with John Hickenlooper, Mayor of Denver, Reverend Leah Daughtry, and journalist David Carr.
  • 8/20/08
    A conversation with artist Francesco Clemente and an appreciation of Bernie Mac who died from complications of pneumonia unrelated to sarcoidosis.
  • GM Volt / Bob Lutz
    Episode 0819
    A look at the new GM Volt with designer Robert "Bob" A. Lutz is the General Motors Vice Chairman of Product Development and Chairman of GM North America, the world's largest automaker. He was previously an executive at Exide Technologies, and at Chrysler Corporation (now DaimlerChrysler), where he oversaw the development of the Dodge Viper, Plymouth Prowler and Chrysler LH platform automobiles.moreless
  • Rick Wagoner
    Episode 0818
    Part one of a look at GM with George Richard Rick Wagoner, Jr. is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of General Motors. In April 2005, Wagoner took back personal control of GM's North American car division in light of its poor performance.
  • 8/15/08
    A conversation with Ben Stiller about his film Tropic Thunder and a discussion about the design of automobiles with Joel Piaskowski of Hyundai, Franz von Holzhausen of Mazda, Edward T. Welburn Jr of General Motors and Phil Patton of The New York Times.
  • 8/14/08
    A conversation with author Jane Mayer about her book, The Dark Side: The Inside Story of How The War on Terror Turned into a War on American Ideals. A conversation with Philip Gourevitch, author and editor of The Paris Review.
  • Austan Goolsbee / Federal Reserve
    A conversation with Austan Goolsbee, Senator Obama's economic adviser and a discussion about the Federal Reserve with Harrison Hong, Wei Xiong and Markus Brunnermeier.
  • A Conversation With Author Jane Mayer About Her Book, The Dark Side: The Inside Story Of How The War On Terror Turned Into A War On American Ideals || A Conversation With Philip Gourevitch, Author And Editor Of The Paris Review.
  • A conversation with Wole Soyinka about Nelson Mandela, James Hansen, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, and an update on the conflict between Georgia and Russia with Vitaly Churkin, Permanent Representative (Ambassador) of the Russian Federation.
  • 8/11/08
    A discussion about the escalating conflict between Georgia and Russia with Robert Kagan & Stephen Sestanovich. Next a conversation with Don Keough, chairman of the Board of Allen & Company Incorporated, a New York investment-banking firm.
  • 8/8/08
    A discussion about China Philip Pan Joseph Kahn A conversation with Richard Holbrooke A discussion about China with Elizabeth Economy.
  • Elegy / Thurgood
    Episode 0807
    A preview of the film Elegy with director Isabel Coixet and actors Penelope Cruz and Dennis Hopper. A discussion about the play Thurgood with Laurence Fishburne and George Stevens.
  • 8/6/08
    A conversation with former World No. 1 American tennis player Pete Sampras, and Imran Khan, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party. Khman played for the Pakistani cricket team from 1971 to 1992, and led them as captain to his country's first and only World Cup victory in 1992. With a record of 3807 runs and 362 wickets in Test cricket, Khan is known as one of the finest all-rounders in the modern history of the game. In April 1996, he founded the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (Movement for Justice), a small and marginal political party, of which he is chairman as well as sole ever-elected member of Parliaent. He represented Mianwali as a member of the National Assembly from October 2002 to October 2007.moreless
  • A conversation with author Clare Lockhart, Bob Woodruff, ABC News and a preview of the film Pineapple Express
  • Peter Chernin
    Peter Chernin
    Episode 0804
    A conversation with Peter Chernin
  • 8/1/08
    A conversation with Husain Haqqani & Farahnaz Ispahani
  • Barbara Walters
    Episode 0731
    A conversation with Barbara Walters
  • Tim Kaine
    Episode 0730
    Timothy Michael "Tim" Kaine is an American politician and the current Governor of Virginia. He is a member of the Democratic Party. He was elected governor in 2005, after serving as Lieutenant Governor of Virginia and Mayor of Richmond, Virginia. As Governor, he is a member of the National Governors Association, the Southern Governors' Association, and the Democratic Governors Association. Before entering into Virginia politics, Kaine was a lawyer in Richmond, Virginia and worked with the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) as a Roman Catholic missionary in Honduras.moreless
  • A Conversation With Francis Collins, Director, National Human Genome Research Institute. || A Discussion About Personal Genetics With David Agus, Co-Founder, Navigenics, Dean Ornish, President, Preventive Medicine Research Institute And George Church Of Harvard Medical School
  • 7/28/08
    A conversation with Admiral William J. Fallon, Former U.S. Centcom Commander. A discussion about the television series Mad Men with Matthew Weiner, Jon Hamm, and John Slattery.
  • 7/25/08
    A discussion about the film Step Brothers with actors Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and director Adam McKay. A conversation with comedian Lewis Black
  • Analysis of Senator Obama's overseas trip / Mohamed El-Erian
  • 7/23/08
    Bill Gates and Mike Bloomberg join forces to fight global tobacco epidemic / A discussion about the iPhone 3G / A conversation with author and former CIA analyst Ken Pollack
  • David Chang
    Episode 0722
    A conversation with David Chang, chef/owner of Momofuku Noodle Bar, Momofuku Ko and Momofuku Ssäm Bar in New York City.
  • Jim Webb
    Jim Webb
    Episode 0721
    A conversation with United States Senator, Jim Webb.
  • A conversation with Richard Stengel, Margaret Marshall and a look at Nelson Mandela's legacy on his 90th birthday.
  • A look at Nelson Mandela's legacy on his 90th birthday.
  • Neil Young
    Episode 0717
    A conversation with Neil Young
  • 7/16/08
    A conversation with David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker magazine, and David Simon (HBO/Generation Kill).
  • 7/15/08
    A conversation about the economic slowdown with Gretchen Morgenson (NYT) and Allan Sloan (Fortune)
  • 7/14/08
    A conversation with Michelle Rhee, Chancellor of the District of Columbia Public Schools. A conversation with Chuck Todd and Mark Halperin
  • A Conversation With Author Nicholson Baker About His Book Human Smoke: The Beginnings Of World War Ii, The End Of Civilization. || A Discussion About Gorilla Murders In Africa'S Virunga National Park With Dr. Emmanuel De Merode, Brent Stirton And Godefroid Wambale. Mountain Gorillas Are An Endangered Species With Some 700 Alive. Nearly Half Of These Animals Live In Virunga National Park Which Borders Uganda, Rwanda And The Democratic Republic Of Congo. The Gorillas Are Caught In The Middle Of The Congo'S Ongoing Civil War Between Militia Groups And The Congolese Army. This Month'S National Geographic Magazine, Along With A Companion Documentary Uncovers The Question: "Who Murdered The Mountain Gorillas?"moreless
  • An hour on Education with National Teachers of the Year
  • 7/9/08
    A conversation with Ted Koppel and Jim Courier.
  • 7/8/08
    A conversation with James Baker and Warren Christopher.
  • Jamie Dimon
    Episode 0707
    A conversation with Jamie Dimon.
  • A rebroadcast of an hour with author David McCullough about his forty years in publishing.
  • A Conversation With Judith Jamison Arts Director Of The Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. || A Conversation With Anthony Drexel Duke & Mary Duke Trent Siemens.
  • A Conversation With Naguib Sawiris, Chairman And Ceo Orascom Telecom Holding. || An Appreciation Of Magazine Editor And Journalist Clay Felker Who Died On July 1, 2008 With Kurt Andersen.
  • An hour on Education with Wendy Kopp, founder and president of Teach For America (TFA) and Bob Wise, former Governor of West Virginia.
  • A Discussion About Pakistan With Aitzaz Ahsan, Mark Mazzetti And David Rohde.|| A Conversation With Author Salman Rushdie About His Book The Enchantress Of Florence.
  • A Discussion About Hillary Clinton And Barack Obama Campaigning Together With Paul Begala And Adam Nagourney.|| A Conversation With Daniel Yergin, Chairman Of Cambridge Energy Research Associate.
  • A Discussion About North Korea'S Declaration Of Nuclear Materials With David Sanger. A Conversation With Lord Peter Levene, Chairman Of Lloyd'S Of London.
  • A Discussion About The Zimbabwe Election With Author Chenjerai Hove, Author And Journalist Andrew Meldrum, Journalist Philip Gourevitch And Michelle Gavin Of The Council On Foreign Relations. || A Conversation With Emmylou Harris About Her Latest Album, All I Intended To Be.
  • A Preview Of The Film Gonzo: The Life And Work Of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson With Producer Graydon Carter, Alex Gibney And Co-Founder And Publisher Of Rolling Stone Jann Wenner. || A Conversation With Michael Mandelbaum, Christian A. Herter Professor And Director Of The American Foreign Policy Program At The Johns Hopkins University, School Of Advanced International Studies.moreless
  • A Conversation With Scott Shane Of The New York Times About His Article Inside A 9/11 Mastermind'S Interrogation. || A Conversation With Television Producer Terry Wrong About Hopkins A Six-Part Documentary Tv Series Set At The Johns Hopkins Hospital. || An Appreciation Of Comedian George Carlin. On June 22, 2008, George Carlin Was Admitted To St. John'S Hospital In Santa Monica, California Complaining Of Chest Pain. He Died Later That Day At 5:55 P.M. Pdt Of Heart Failure At The Age Of 71.moreless
  • Justice Antonin Scalia
    Episode 06.20.08
    A conversation with Justice Antonin Scalia about his life, career and book *Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges*.
  • A Conversation With Fred Krupp, President, Environmental Defense Fund || A Conversation With Actor Connie Britton
  • First, A Conversation With Political Strategist Ralph Reed, The Founder And President Of Century Strategies. || A Conversation With Academy Award Winning Producer Walter Mirisch About His Life, Career And Book I Thought We Were Making Movies, Not History. || A Conversation With Photographer Max Gerber About His Book My Heart Vs. The Real World.moreless
  • A Conversation With Vali Nasr Of The Council On Foreign Relations, Michael Gordon Of The New York Times And Stephen Biddle Of The Council On Foreign Relations. || A Conversation With Journalist And Author Ahmed Rashid.
  • A Discussion About Healthcare With Ezekiel, Ari, And Rahm Emanuel. || A Conversation With Lance Armstrong About His Livestrong Organization, Cancer, Cancer Prevention And Cycling. || A Conversation With Filmmaker Sue Williams About Frontline'S Young & Restless In China. Shot Over Four Years, The Film Follows A Group Of Nine Young Chinese From Across The Country As They Scramble To Keep Pace With A Society Changing As Fast As Any In History. Their Stories Of Ambition And Desire, Exuberance, Crime And Corruption Are Interwoven With Moments Of Heartache And Despair. Together They Paint An Intimate Portrait Of The Generation That Is Remaking China.moreless
  • 6/13/08
    An appreciation of Tim Russert with fellow journalist and friend Al Hunt. Russert died of an apparent heart attack while recording a voiceover for Meet the Press in Washington, D.C. on June 13, 2008. He had just returned from family vacation in Italy, which celebrated his son's graduation.
  • A Conversation With Marwan Muasher, Senior Vice President, External Affairs Of The World Bank & Rami Khouri, Editor-At-Large Of The Newspaper "The Daily Star" || A Conversation With Poet And Human Rights Activist Rose Styron.
  • Interview Magazine Celebrates Andy Warhol With Marc Jacobs, Stephanie Seymour, Peter Brant And Glenn O'Brien.|| A Conversation With Author Tom Wolfe.
  • A Discussion About The Price Of Oil With Charles Maxwell, Richard Berner, James Burkhard And Amy Myers Jaffe. || A Conversation With Author Misha Glenny About His Book Mcmafia: A Journey Through The Global Criminal Underworld.
  • A Conversation With Luca Di Montezemolo, President Of Ferrari. || A Conversation With Cbs'S Jim Nantz About His Book Always By My Side: A Father'S Grace And A Sports Journey Unlike Any Other.
  • Big Brown'S Pursuit Of The Triple-Crown With Kent Desormeaux, Rick Dutrow And Michael Iavarone. || A Conversation With Tony Judt, Leading Expert On Europe And A Professor At New York University.
  • A discussion with Pritzker Prize Winners Jean Nouvel, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid and Renzo Piano.
  • An Update On The 2008 Election With Mark Halperin Of Time, Al Hunt Of Bloomberg News, Errol Louis Of New York Daily News And Connie Schultz, Columnist For The Plain Dealer. || A Conversation With Richard Engel Of Nbc News About His Book War Journal: My Five Years In Iraq.
  • George Will
    Episode 0603
    A conversation with George Will, syndicated columnist for "Newsweek" about his book One Man's America: The Pleasures and Provocations of Our Singular Nation.
  • A conversation with author Sir Lawrence Freedman & author and former Mideast negotiator Aaron David Miller
  • A Conversation With U.S. Army Col. H.R. Mcmaster About Iraq.|| A Conversation With Author Philip Bobbitt About His Book "Terror And Consent"
  • A Discussion About The Film Sex And The City With Actor Sarah Jessica Parker And Executive Producer/Director Michael Patrick King. || A Conversation With Author And Journalist Martha Sherrill About Her Book Dog Man: An Uncommon Life On A Faraway Mountain.
  • An Appreciation Of Sydney Pollack. Pollack Died Of Cancer On May 26, 2008 At The Age Of 73 At His Home In Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California Surrounded By Family. || An Appreciation Of Marketing Executive Chuck Fruit Who Died At The Age Of 61 After Suffering A Sudden Heart Attack. He Was A Board Member For Gannett Co. Inc., President Of Gardner Wlliams Consulting Llc And Chairman Of The National Kidney Foundation For The Past Two Years.moreless
  • A Conversation With Author Peter Matthiessen About His Book Shadow Country. || A Conversation With Edward Albee, Playwright And Tony Award Winner. || A Conversation With Author Jhumpa Lahiri About Her Book Unaccustomed Earth.
  • Ted Sorensen
    Episode 0526
    A conversation with Ted Sorensen, Author and Former Aide to President Kennedy.
  • Fred Smith
    Episode 0523
    A conversation with Fred Smith, Founder & CEO, FedEx
  • A Discussion About The Hbo Film Recount With Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Toobin, Senior Legal Analyst At Cnn And David Boies. Recount Is A Chronicle Of Five Weeks Between The Nov. 7, 2000, Presidential Election Between George W. Bush And Al Gore And The December Supreme Court Ruling That Upheld Florida'S Count And Gave Bush The White House. || A Conversation With Author Garry Wills About His Latest Book What The Gospels Mean. || An Appreciation Of Hamilton Jordan,An American Political Advisor And Strategist Best Known As Chief Of Staff To President Of The United States Jimmy Carter. Jordan Died On May 20, 2008 From Mesothelioma.moreless
  • A Conversation With Sandy Weill, Chairman Emeritus, Citigroup Inc. || A Conversation With Kurt Andersen, American Novelist Who Is Currently A Columnist For New York Magazine ("The Imperial City"), And Host Of The Peabody-Winning Public Radio Program Studio 360.
  • Jeff Zucker
    Episode 0520
    A conversation with Jeff Zucker, President and CEO of NBC Universal.
  • A Conversation With David Miliband, Current Secretary Of State For Foreign And Commonwealth Affairs And Member Of Parliament For The Constituency Of South Shields, Tyne And Wear. || An Appreciation Of Artist Robert Rauschenberg Who Died On May 12, 2008 Of Heart Failure, On Captiva Island In Florida.
  • A Conversation With Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, U.S. Army (Ret.). Retired Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez Was Commander Of Coalition Forces In Iraq At The Time Of The Abuses Took Place At Abu Ghraib. After The Scandal Broke, Sanchez Resigned From The Army Without A Promised Promotion. || An Appreciation Of Artist Robert Rauschenberg Who Died On May 12, 2008 Of Heart Failure, On Captiva Island In Florida.moreless
  • A Conversation With American Scholar And Political Commentator, Robert Kagan About His Book, The Return Of History And The End Of Dreams.|| A Conversation With Author Parag Khanna About His Book The Second World: Empires And Influence In The New Global Order.
  • A Conversation With The Former U.K. Ambassador To The United Nations And Former Special Envoy To Iraq, Sir Jeremy Greenstock.|| A Conversation With Retired British Army General, Michael Rose About His Book Washington'S War: From Independence To Iraq (Great Commanders).
  • A Conversation With John Harwood And Jerry Seib About Their Book Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles In Backroom Power.|| A Conversation With Author Jonathan Zittrain About His Book The Future Of The Internet And How To Stop It.
  • An Update From The U.N. On Relief Efforts In Myanmar With Josette Sheeran, Executive Director Of The United Nations World Food Programme And John Holmes, Under-Secretary-General For Humanitarian Affairs And Emergency Relief Coordinator. || A Conversation With Randi Weingarten, Current President Of The United Federation Of Teachers (Uft), American Federation Of Teachers (Aft), Afl-Cio.moreless
  • Conversation With Ambassador Susan C. Schwab, United States Trade Representative. || A Conversation With Authors Bernard-Henri Levy & Umberto Eco.
  • Bill Moyers
    Episode 0508
    A conversation with Bill Moyers host of Bill Moyers Journal.
  • Paola Antonelli
    Episode 0507
    A visit to the Museum of Modern Art in New York City to view and discuss Design and The Elastic Mind with Paola Antonelli.
  • Live coverage of the North Carolina and Indiana primaries with Al Hunt, Gwen Ifill, Charlie Cook, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin and Bob Herbert.
  • A Discussion About Yahoo And Microsoft With Andrew Ross Sorkin. Yahoo'S Shares Plunged 20% In Early Trade In New York After Software Giant Microsoft Scrapped Its Three-Month-Old Bid To Buy The Internet Firm.|| A Preview Of The North Carolina And Indiana Primaries With Chuck Todd, Political Analyst And Author, And Political Director And On-Air Analyst For Nbc News. || A Conversation With Actor Patrick Stewart About His Role In Macbeth.moreless
  • A Conversation With Meghan O'Sullivan, Former Deputy National Security Adviser On Iraq And Afghanistan.|| A Discussion About Jasper Johns And His Gray Exhibit With Nan Rosenthal, Senior Consultant In The Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Department Of Nineteenth-Century, Modern, And Contemporary Art.
  • Fareed Zakaria
    Episode 0501
    An hour with Fareed Zakaria, Editor of Newsweek International about his book The Post-American World.
  • A Conversation With North Carolina Governor Mike Easley. Mike Easley Is The Two-Term Democratic Governor Of North Carolina Who Had Endorsed Former Sen. John Edwards Before He Dropped Out Of The Race At The End Of January. He Announced His Endorsement Of Senator Clinton One Week Ahead Of His State'S Primary, Citing Her Experience And Education Policies. A Conversation With Arianna Huffington Of The Huffingtonpost.Com About Her Book Right Is Wrong.moreless
  • A Discussion About Barack Obama & Rev. Jeremiah Wright With James Clyburn, Sally Quinn, Kelefa Sanneh Of The New Yorker And Rev. Floyd Flake, Senior Pastor Of Greater Allen African Methodist Episcopal Cathedral In Jamaica, Queens, New York, And President Of Wilberforce
  • A Discussion About Hamas With Former President Jimmy Carter. Carter Also Discusses His Latest Book, A Remarkable Mother. || A Conversation With Jan Egeland, Former United Nations Undersecretary-General For Humanitarian Affairs And Emergency Relief Coordinator.
  • John Negroponte
    Episode 0425
    A conversation with John D. Negroponte, Deputy Secretary of State.
  • A Conversation With George Shultz. Schultz Served As The United States Secretary Of Labor From 1969 To 1970, As The U.S. Secretary Of The Treasury From 1972 To 1974, And As The U.S. Secretary Of State From 1982 To 1989. || A Conversation With Charlie Wilson, Former Congressman (D) Texas. He Is Best Known For Leading Congress Into Supporting The Largest-Ever Cia Covert Operation, Which Supplied The Afghan Mujahideen During The Soviet War In Afghanistan And Subject Of The Recent Film Starring Tom Hanks, Charlie Wilson'S War.moreless
  • A Pennsylvania Primary Follow-Up With Rahm Emanuel, Democratic Member Of The United States House Of Representatives. ||A Conversation With A.G. Lafley, Chairman And Ceo, Procter & Gamble.
  • Live coverage of the Pennsylvania Primary with Mark Halperin of Time magazine, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, Bob Herbert of The New York Times, Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer and Jacob Weisberg of
  • A Preview Of The Pennsylvania Primary With Howard Fineman, Newsweek'S Chief Political Correspondent, Senior Editor And Deputy Washington Bureau Chief. || A Conversation With Mickey Drexler, Ceo, J. Crew.
  • A Discussion About Pope Benedict'S Visit To The United States With Jon Meaham Editor-In-Chief Of Newsweek, George Weigel, Senior Fellow Of The Ethics And Public Policy Center, Scott Appleby And Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete. Benedict Will Travel To Washington And New York From April 15-20, Speak At The United Nations On April 18, 2008 And Visit Ground Zero On The Final Day Of His Trip. || A Conversation With Michael Kinsley Of Time About His Book Please Don'T Remain Calm: Provocations And Commentaries.moreless
  • 4/17/08
    A conversation with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City and Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor of California.
  • A Conversation With Jeffrey Sachs, Director Of The Earth Institute At Columbia University, About His Book Common Wealth. || A Conversation With Author Richard Price About His Book Lush Life.
  • A Conversation With Cokie Roberts, Contributing Senior News Analyst For National Public Radio About Her Book Ladies Of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation. || A Conversation With Dancer And Photographer Mikhail Baryshnikov.
  • A Discussion About The Pennsylvania Primary With Senator Bob Casey Of Pennsylvania. || Continued Discussion About The Pennsylvania Primary With Joe Klein Of Time And Dick Polman Of The Philadelphia Inquirer. || A Discussion About The Frontline Documentary Sick Around The World With T.R. Reid.
  • A Conversation With Actor George Clooney About The Film Leatherheads. || A Conversation With Musician And Actor Norah Jones About Her Film My Blueberry Nights.
  • A Conversation With George Soros, Chairman, Soros Fund Management. || A Conversation With Actress Helen Mirren About Her Book In The Frame: My Life In Words And Pictures.
  • 4/9/08
    A discussion about day two of Petraeus & Crocker's testimony on Iraq with John Burns and Dexter Filkins, both of The New York Times.
  • A Discussion About Petraeus & Crocker'S Testimony On Iraq With Former Army Vice Chief Of Staff, Jack Keane, Senator Jack Reed And Senator Jeff Sessions. || A Discussion With The Co-Founders Of Wowowow.Com; Liz Smith, Leslie Stahl, Jonie Evans And Mary Lawrence.
  • Charlie Rose Science Series: The Imperative of Science with Paul Nurse, President of Rockefeller University, Harold Varmus, president of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Shirley Ann Jackson, President of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Bruce Alberts, Editor-In-Chief of Science and Lisa Randall of Harvard University.
  • Forty years ago today, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated. He was a vital leader in the Civil Rights Movement. Dr. King's work led to the passing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Tom Brokaw, John Hope Franklin, James Clyburn and Dr. Beverly Tatum discuss the Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.moreless
  • Pete Peterson
    Episode 0402
    An hour with Pete Peterson, co-founder and senior chairman of The Blackstone Group. Peterson will give $1 billion to his new foundation, the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, to help solve some of the country's biggest economic problems. He discusses how he sees the current economic crisis, sovereign wealth funds, and his relationship with Blackstone co-founder and CEO, Steve Schwarzman.moreless
  • Ted Turner
    Episode 0401
    A conversation with Ted Turner, Former Vice Chairman, AOL Time Warner Incorporated. Turner discusses his $1 billion donation to United Nations programs.
  • A Conversation With Dr. Patrick Walsh. Dr. Walsh Was Honored As The 2007 National Physician Of The Year For Clinical Excellence By America'S Top Doctors(R) And Authored The Best-Selling Book Guide To Surviving Prostate Cancer. || A Conversation With John Snow, Chairman Of Cerberus Capital Management. || Dith Pran, A Photojournalist For The New York Times, Died On Sunday At A Hospital In New Brunswick, N.J. He Was 65 And Lived In Woodbridge, N.J. He Was Best Known As A Refugee And Cambodian Genocide Survivor And Was The Subject Of The Academy Award-Winning Film The Killing Fields.moreless
  • A Discussion About The Economy With Michael Kinsleyof Time Magazine. || A Conversation With Senator Chuck Hagel Of Nebraska About Politics And Iraq. || A Discussion About Integrative Health With Christy Mack, President Of The Bravewell Collaborative, Ralph Snyderman, Chancellor Emeritus For Health Affairs At Duke University, As Well As President And Ceo Of Duke University Health System And Dr. Harvey Fineberg, President Of The Institute Of Medicine.moreless
  • A Conversation With Senator Arlen Specter Of Pennsylvania. || A Conversation With Vitaly Churkin, Russia'S Ambassador To The U.N.
  • A Conversation With Governor Ed Rendell Of Pennsylvania. || A Conversation With Thomas Keller, Chef And Owner Of Per Se & French Laundry.
  • A Conversation With John Hofmeister, President Of Houston Based Shell Oil Company. || A Discussion About Bat Populations In The United States With Journalist Tina Kelley And Dr. Elizabeth Buckles Of Cornell University. On Average 90 Percent Of The Hibernating Bats In Four Caves And Mines In New York Have Died Since Last Winter. Researchers Have Yet To Determine Whether The Bats Are Being Killed By A Virus, Bacteria, Toxin, Environmental Hazard, Metabolic Disorder Or Fungus.moreless
  • A Conversation With Actor Peter O'Toole About His Life, Career And His Role As Pope Paul Iii On The Tudors. || A Conversation With Actor Ian Mcshane About His Role In The 40Th Anniversary Broadway Revival Of Harold Pinter'S The Homecoming. || An Appreciation Of Anthony Minghella, Academy Award-Winning English Film Director, Playwright And Screenwriter. Minghella Died On 18 March 2008 Of A Hemorrhage In Charing Cross Hospital, London.moreless
  • David McCullough
    Episode 0321
    A conversation with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author David McCullough about his forty years in publishing.
  • A Discussion About The War In Iraq On The Five Year Anniversary Of The Invasion With Richard Engel Of Nbc News Via Baghdad. || A Discussion About The War In Iraq On The Five Year Anniversary Of The Invasion With Richard Perle And Frederick Kagan, Both Of The American Enterprise Institute. || A Discussion About Unrest In Tibet With Pico Iyer, Tashi Rabgey, Orville Schell And Robert Thurman. Last Week Anti-Government Riots In Tibet And A Crackdown By Authorities Has Led To Calls By Tibet Activist Groups To Stop The Olympic Torch Relay From Going Through The Region Before The Beijing Summer Olympics.moreless
  • A Discussion About The War In Iraq On The Five Year Anniversary Of The Invasion With Les Gelb, Former Correspondent For The New York Times And Is Currently President Emeritus Of The Council On Foreign Relation. || Continued Discussion About The War In Iraq On The Five Year Anniversary Of The Invasion With Iraqi Journalist Ali Fadhil And Sinan Antoon Of New York University. || A Conversation With George Packer Of The New Yorker About The Five Year Anniversary Of The War In Iraq.moreless
  • A Discussion About The Economy With Paul Volcker, Former Fed Chairman And One Of The Most Respected Figures On The Economy, In An Exclusive Interview. || A Discussion About Barack Obama'S Speech On Race With Rev. Floyd Flake And Jon Meacham Of Newsweek.
  • A Discussion About The Purchase Of Bear Stearns For $2/Share By Jp Morgan Chase With Andrew Ross Sorkin Of The New York Times. Following A March 14, 2008 Announcement That The Firm Required Emergency Financing From The Federal Reserve Bank Of New York And Jpmorgan Chase In Order To Avoid Insolvency, Bear Stearns Suffered A Precipitous Decline In Value With Its Market Capitalization Dropping By 47%. On March 16, The Firm Agreed To Be Acquired By Jpmorgan Chase For $236 Million (Approximately $2 Per Share, Down From Friday, March 14 Close Of $30 A Share). || Continued Discussion About The Purchase Of Bear Stearns With Former Secretary Of The Treasury And Current President Of Harvard University, Lawrence Summers. || Aconversation About The Middle East With Robin Wright Of The Washington Postmoreless
  • A Discussion About The Economy With Floyd Norris Of The New York Times. || A Conversation About The 2008 Election With Al Hunt Of Bloomberg News.
  • A Conversation With Lieutenant General William Caldwell. Lieutenant General Caldwell Currently Serves As The Commander Of The Combined Arms Center At Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, The Command That Oversees The Command And General Staff College And 17 Other Schools, Centers, And Training Programs Located Throughout The United States. || A Conversation With Andrea Jung, Chairman Of The Board And Chief Executive Officer Of Avon Product. || A Conversation With Steven Pinker, Johnstone Family Professor In The Department Of Psychology At Harvard University.moreless
  • Admiral Michael Mullen
    Episode 0312
    An hour with Admiral Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • A Discussion About Eliot Spitzer With David Boies, Alan Dershowitz, Mark Green, David Margolick And Brian Ross. Yesterday (Monday March 10, 2008) The New York Times Reported Spitzer'S Involvement With A Prostitution Ring, Spitzer Was Caught On A Federal Wiretap Discussing Payments And Arranging To Meet A Prostitute In A Washington Hotel Room Last Month. || A Discussion About Adm. William Fallon'S Resignation As Chief Of U.S. Forces In The Middle East And Central Asia With Martha Raddatz Of Abc News.moreless
  • 3/10/08
    A tribute to William F. Buckley with Rich Lowry, the editor of National Review, Richard Brookhiser, a senior editor at National Review, the historian Garry Wills, CBS News correspondent Jeff Greenfield, and Mona Charen, author and syndicated columnist.
  • A Conversation With Martin Rees, Master Of Trinity College, Cambridge About Stephen Hawking And His Work. || A Conversation With Dr. Stephen Hawking & Lucy Hawking. They Discuss Their Book George'S Secret Key To The Universe, An Adventure Story About Two Children Who Find A Sort Of Computer Portal Through Which They Can Slip Into The Solar System And Beyond.moreless
  • A Conversation With Chris Anderson Of Wired Magazine. || A Conversation With Michael Arrington Of Techcrunch.Com
  • Gabriel Byrne
    Episode 0305
    A conversation with actor Gabriel Byrne about his current HBO series In Treatment.
  • 3/4/08
    Live coverage of the Vermont, Ohio, Rhode Island & Texas Primaries with Al Hunt, David Brooks, Mark Halperin, Melissa Harris Lacewell, Errol Louis and Connie Schultz.
  • A Conversation With Tom Daschle, Senate Majority Leader. || A Conversation With Harold Ickes, A Political Strategist Working On Hillary Clinton'S Campaign In The 2008 Presidential Election.
  • A Discussion About Russia With Henry Kissinger, Thomas Pickering & David Remnick. || A Conversation With Lorin Maazel, Music Director, New York Philharmonic.
  • A Conversation With Nancy Pelosi, Speaker Of The United States House Of Representatives. || A Conversation With Kishore Mahbubani, Author Of The New Asian Hemisphere.
  • 2/27/08
    An Appreciation of William F. Buckley William F. Buckley died on February 27, 2008. Buckley was an American author and conservative commentator. He founded the political magazine National Review in 1955, and hosted the television show Firing Line from 1966 until 1999.
  • A conversation from London with Timothy Garton Ash of Oxford University, historian Alistair Horne author of A Savage War of Peace and John Burns of The New York Times.
  • An Update On Pakistan With Husain Haqqani Of Boston University And Steve Coll Of New Yorker Magazine. They Discuss The Elections'In Which Gen. Musharraf'S Party Was Roundly Defeated As A Referendum On Him, But Not On Us-Pakistan Relations. They Also Spoke About Why They Are Encouraged By The New Army Chief Of Staff, General Ashfaq Kayani. || An Update On France With Roger Cohen Of The International Herald Tribune, Jim Hoagland Of The Washington Post And Elaine Sciolino Paris Bureau Chief, New York Times.moreless
  • A Discussion About Kosovo With Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary Of State. || A Preview Of The 2008 Oscars With A.O. Scott Of New York Times, Peter Travers Of Rolling Stone, David Edelstein Of New York Magazine And David Denby Of The New Yorker.
  • A Discussion About John Mccain And The Ny Times Lobbyist Allegation With Charles Black, Michael Isikoff Of Newsweek & Franklin Foer Of Of The New Republic. || A Conversation With Samantha Power Author Of Chasing The Flame: Sergio Vieira De Mello And The Fight To Save The World .
  • Antonio Villaraigosa
    Episode 0220
    A conversation with Antonio Villaraigosa, mayor of Los Angeles, California and one of four national co-chairmen of Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 Presidential campaign.
  • A discussion about the Oscar nominated films There Will be Blood & No Country for Old Men. Daniel-Day Lewis, Javier Bardem, Joel Coen, Ethan Coen, Paul Thomas Anderson, Josh Brolin
  • A Conversation With Susan Hockfield, President Mit. || A Conversation With Chris Anderson, Curator Of Ted Conference.|| A Conversation With Dr. Arden Bement, Currently The Director Of The National Science Foundation (Nsf).
  • A Conversation With Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad. He Discusses What The Palestinian Authority Is Doing To Improve Conditions On The Ground, And About The Challenges Of Doing This In Occupied Territory. The Most Critical Thing For Continued Progress, He Said, Is For Israeli Settlement Activity To Stop. || Winner Of 2008 Westminster Best In Show, Uno. This Was The First Time A Beagle Has Won Top Honors In The Westminster Show'S 132-Year History.moreless
  • Salam Fayyad
    Episode 0214
    A conversation with Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad.
  • A Conversation With Sam Nunn, Co-Chairman And Ceo Of The Nuclear Threat Initiative And William Cohen, Former Secretary Of Defense. || A Conversation With Artist Damien Hirst. Bono And Damien Hirst Have Joined Forces With Sotheby'S And Gagosian Gallery To Organise The Most Significant Charity Auction Of Contemporary Art Ever The (Red) Auction Which Will Be Held At Sotheby'S In New York On Valentine'S Day, Thursday, February 14Th, 2008. The Proceeds Are To Go The United Nations Foundation To Support Hiv/Aids Relief Programs In Africa Conducted By The Global Fund To Fight Aids, Tuberculosis And Malaria.moreless
  • 2/12/08
    Charlie Rose (February 12, 2008)
  • A Conversation With Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown. Brown Discusses His Career, Politics And His Book Basic Brown: My Life And Our Times By Willie L. Brown Jr. || A Conversation With Dr. Valentin Fuster, Cardiologist And Director Of Mount Sinai Medical Heart.
  • A Discussion About John Mccain With John Heilemann Of New York Magazine, Richard Land Of Southern Baptist Convention, Evan Thomas Of Newsweek And Ed Rogers Former Deputy Assistant To President George H.W. Bush. || A Conversation About Yahoo With Steven Levy Of Newsweek, Levy'S Article "Yahooligans At The Window" Appears In The February 11, 2008 Issue.moreless
  • A Conversation From The White House With The First Lady Of The United States, Laura Bush. She Discusses Burma, Some Of The Initiatives She Is Most Proud Of And She Also Spoke Frankly About The Challenges Faced By Her Husband, George. W. Bush. || A Discussion About Fashion Week With Roberta Myers, Editor-In-Chief Of Elle Magazine And Joe Zee, Creative Director Of Elle Magazine.moreless
  • A Super Tuesday Recap With Mark Halperin Editor-At-Large For Time Magazine And Abc News Political Analyst & Adam Nagourney Of The New York Times. || A Discussion About The Film "In Bruges" With Colin Farrell & Martin Mcdonagh. || A Conversation About Food With Alice Waters, Co-Owner Of Chez Panisse And Author Of The Art Of Simple Food: Notes, Lessons, And Recipes From A Delicious Revolution.moreless
  • 2/5/08
    Live coverage of Super Tuesday with Charlie Cook, Al Hunt, Bob Herbert, Steve McMahon, Howell Raines, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Bob Herbert.
  • A Conversation With Harold Ford, Jr. Chairman Of The Democratic Leadership Council. || A Discussion About Super Bowl Advertisements With Barbara Lippert Of Adweek. || A Discussion About Human Cloning With Robert Bazell, Chief Science And Health Correspondent For Nbc News And George Daley, Associate Professor Of Pediatrics In The Division Of Hematology/Oncology At Boston Children'S Hospital.moreless
  • A Discussion About Microsoft And Yahoo With Ken Auletta & Andrew Sorkin. Microsoft Has Offered To Buy The Search Engine Company Yahoo For $44.6 Billion In Cash And Shares. || A Preview Of Super Bowl Xlii With Sally Jenkins & Steven Sabol, President, And One Of The Founding Members, Of Nfl Films. || A Discussion About Super Bowl Advertisements With Donnie Deutsch, The Host Of Cnbc'S The Big Idea With Donny Deutsch And Stuart Elliott Of The New York Times.moreless
  • Julian Schnabel
    Episode 0131
    An hour with artist and film director Julian Schnabel. Schnabel discusses his film The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, his art, creative process and current show of Navigation Drawings at Sperone Westwater.
  • A Discussion About The Presidential Election With Joe Klein Of Time And Jonathan Alter Of Newsweek. Today (January30, 2008) Democrat John Edwards Has Left The Race For The White House, Leaving Only Obama & Clinton As Candidates For Democratic Nomination. || A Conversation With Henry Paulson, The Secretary Of The Treasury About The Economic Stimulus Package.moreless
  • John Grisham
    Episode 0129
    An hour conversation with best-selling author John Grisham about his book The Appeal, his writing process and the upcoming 2008 election.
  • Live coverage of the State of the Union address with Martha Raddatz of ABC News, Jacob Weisberg, editor of Slate magazine, Evan Thomas, Matthew Dowd, Ronald Walters, Doris Kearns Goodwin and James Fallows of The Atlantic Monthly.
  • A Conversation With Comedian Jerry Seinfeld .|| The Conversation With Actor And Comedian Steve Martin About His Career, His Life And His Memoir; Born Standing Up: A Comic'S Life.
  • A Conversation With Nobel Prize-Winning Turkish Novelist Orhan Pamuk About His New Essay Collection, Other Colors. ; A Conversation With Novelist E.L. Doctorow, Author Of Several Critically Acclaimed Novels That Blend History And Social Criticism.
  • A Discussion About Macworld With Walter Mossberg, Principal Technology Columnist For The Wall Street Journal. || A Discussion About Google And Emerging Technology With Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker.
  • A Discussion About Us Federal Reserve Interest Cut With Guest Host Ken Auletta Of The New Yorker, Jan Hatzius Of Goldman Sachs And Roger Altman, Former United States Deputy Treasury Secretary Under Bill Clinton. || A Conversation With Lieutenant General Douglas Lute, Assistant To The President In Afghanistan & Iraq. || A Remembrance Of Heath Ledger Who Died On January 22, 2008.moreless
  • John Hope Franklin
    Episode 0121
    A rebroadcast of an hour conversation with John Hope Franklin, professor Emeritus of History at Duke University about his autobiography "Mirror To America", that tells the story of American racial relations during his lifetime (December 1, 2005).
  • A Discussion About Sovereign Funds With Landon Thomas Of The New York Times And David Enrich Of The Wall Street Journal.|| A Conversation With Former Foreign Minister Of Afghanistan, Abdullah Abdullah. || A Conversation With Jacob Weisberg, Editor Of Slate.Com And Author Of The Bush Tragedy
  • A Discussion About The Middle East With Rashid Khalidi & Martin Indyk. || An Update On Republican Politics After Michigan With Ken Mehlman,Chairman Of The Republican National Committee.
  • A Conversation With Author & Music Critic Alex Ross About His Book The Rest Is Noise : Listening To The Twentieth Century, A Cultural History Of Music Since 1900. || A Conversation With Music Director Of The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop.
  • A Discussion About The Economy With Floyd Norris Of The New York Times And Robert Barbera Of Investment Technology Group. || A Conversation With Author Philip Pullman About The Film Adaptation Of His Book, The Golden Compass.
  • A Discussion About President Bush'S Visit To The Middle East With Dennis Ross, Special Middle East Coordinator Under President Clinton & Ghaith Al-Omari, Senior Research Fellow At The New America Foundation. A Conversation With Nobel Peace Prize Winner Muhammed Yunus, Founder Grameen Bank. Yunus Discusses "The Elders" A Dedicated Group Of Leaders, Working Objectively And Without Any Vested Personal Interest To Solve Difficult Global Conflicts. The Group Includes Desmond Tutu, Graca Machel, Kofi Annan, Ela Bhatt, Gro Harlem Brundtland, Jimmy Carter, Li Zhaoxing And Mary Robinson.moreless
  • A Conversation With Alissa Rubin, Deputy Bureau Chief In The Baghdad Bureau Of The New York Times. || A Conversation With Madeleine Albright About Her Book Memo To The President Elect: How We Can Restore America'S Reputation And Leadership. || A Conversation With Saad Mohseni Of Moby Capital Partners, A Media Group Based In Afghanistan With Offices In India, Iran, Tajikistan And Dubai (Uae).moreless
  • Live coverage of the New Hampshire primary with Bill Bradley, Matthew Dowd, Mark Halperin, Arianna Huffington, Al Hunt & Steve McMahon.
  • 1/7/08
    A preview of the New Hampshire primary with Jonathan Alter of Newsweek magazine, Jake Tapper of ABC News and Mark Leibovich of The New York Times.
  • Politics After Iowa
    Episode 0104
    A discussion about politics after the Iowa Caucuses with David Brooks of The New York Times, Adam Nagourney of The New York Times, Paul Begala of CNN and Lylah Holmes of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
  • 1/3/08
    Live coverage of the Iowa Caucuses with Al Hunt, executive Washington editor for Bloomberg, Joe Trippi, Senior Adviser to John Edwards, Shelby Steele of the Hoover Institution, Mark Halperin, editor-at-large of Time and Jon Meacham, editor of Newsweek magazine.
  • A Preview Of The Iowa Caucuses With David Yepsen, Political Columnist For The Des Moines Register. || A Conversation With Geoffery Canada, President And Ceo Of The Harlem Children'S Zone.
  • 1/1/08
    A Memorial of those who died in 2007: Norman Mailer, David Halberstam, Luciano Pavarotti, Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr., Beverly Sills, Ryszard Kapuscinski, Molly Ivins, Kurt Vonnegut, Sidney Sheldon, Art Buchwald, Benazir Bhutto, Teddy Kollek, Brooke Marshall Astor, Frank Stanton