Charlie Rose - Season 2009

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




Episode Guide

  • Jules Kroll, Chairman and Founder of K2 Global Partners
  • Gore Vidal
    Gore Vidal
    Episode 12.31.09
    Author Gore Vidal discusses his life, work and latest book "Gore Vidal: Snapshots in History's Glare"
  • Mel Karmazin
    Episode 12.30.09
    Mel Karmazin, CEO of Sirius XM Radio
  • Paul Goldberger, author and architecture critic for The New Yorker
    Paul Goldberger, author and architecture critic for The New Yorker
  • Michael Specter
    Episode 12.29.09
    Michael Specter of The New Yorker and author of "Denialism, How Rational Thinking Hinders Scientific Progress, Harms the Planet, and Threatens are Lives"
  • Orhan Pamuk
    Orhan Pamuk
    Episode 12.28.09
    Author Orhan Pamuk discusses his new book "The Museum of Innocence"
  • Walter Isaacson
    Episode 12.28.09
    Walter Isaacson discusses his collection of essays "American Sketches, Great Leaders, Creative Thinkers, and Heroes of a Hurricane"
  • Carey Mulligan
    Episode 12.25.09
    English actress Carey Mulligan discusses her latest film "An Education"
  • Author William Shawcross ; Author Neil Sheehan
  • Ken Auletta, author of "Googled: The End of the World As We Know It" || Golf instructors Mike Bennett & Andy Plummer, authors of "The Stack and Tilt Swing"
  • Charlie Rose Brain Series Episode Three: with Eric Kandel, Daniel Wolpert (Univ. Cambridge), John Krakauer (Columbia), Tom Jessell (Columbia) and Robert Brown (MGH)
  • Health Care Update with David M. Herszenhorn of "The New York Times" || Richard Holbrooke, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan under the Obama administration
  • The Copenhagen Climate Summit ; Lee Daniels, Director "Precious"
  • James Cameron discusses his highly anticipated film "Avatar" || Film critics David Denby of "The New Yorker" & A.O. Scott of "The New York Times"
  • Rick Stengel on the "Time" magazine Person of the Year ;Jeff Bridges ; "Crazy Heart"
  • Health Care Reform update with Ezra Klein of "The Washington Post" || Kati Marton tells the story of her parents coming from Hungary to the United States in her new book 'Enemies of the People' || Steven Roberts of "The New York Times" on his book ' From Every End of This Earth: 13 Families and the New Lives They Made in America'moreless
  • Author Harold Evans ; Robin Wright and Rebecca Miller
  • Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Middle East correspondent Anthony Shadid of "The New York Times" and his wife Nada Bakri, formerly of "The Washington Post" who will also join "The New York Times's" Baghdad Bureau || Director Tom Ford talks about his film "A Simple Man"
  • President Obama's Nobel Prize acceptance speech ; Cate Blanchett and Liv Ullmann
  • An hour with General Stanley A. McChrystal, the Top Military Commander in Afghanistan
  • An hour with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Turkey
  • A look at the film 'Me and Orson Welles' ;Jimmie Johnson, Nascar Sprint Cup Champion
  • Robin Williams discusses his career and return to standup comedy with another tour and an HBO special called "Weapons of Self Destruction."
  • 12/3/09
    Senator John Kerry, Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee discusses Obama's new strategy for the war in Afghanistan
  • An hour with Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Live analysis of President Obama's address on Afghanistan
  • A preview of the week ahead for President Obama with Jeff Zeleny of "The New York Times" and Jake Tapper of ABC News || Ken Duberstein, Wes Anderson on his new film "The Fantastic Mr. Fox" White House Chief of Staff under Ronald Reagan and John Podesta, former White House Chief of Staff under Bill Clinton ||moreless
  • Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari discusses his imprisonment by the Iranian government in June 2009 || Director John Woo discusses his latest film "Red Cliff"
  • 11/26/09
    First an introduction by MoMA curators Ron Magliozzi, Jenny He and Rajendra Roy Director. Then Tim Burton discusses his career and current art exhibiton at New York's Museum
  • Obama Review with Hendrik Hertzberg, John Harris, David Bromwich, Arianna Huffington and Les Gelb || Doris Kearns Goodwin and Joseph Kearns Goodwin a former U.S. Army Captain, discusss Joseph's time serving in Iraq and Afghanistan
  • The Second Episode of the Charlie Rose Brain Series, sponsored by the Simons Foundation. The topic is The Perceiving Brain - Sight and Visual Perception. With Co-Host Eric Kandel of Columbia University and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Tony Movshon of New York University, Pawan Sinha of MIT, Nancy Kanwisher of MIT, and Pawan Sinha of MITmoreless
  • Legendary investor Barton Biggs on the challenges the President faces in the economic recovery || A look at the expanding world of cable television with Bonnie Hammer, President of NBC Universal Cable Entertainment || John Krakauer, author of "Where Men Win Glory: The Odyssey of Pat Tillman"
  • Thomas L. Friedman of The New York Times || Steven P. Cohen, President of The Negotiation Skills Company and Eugene Rogan, director of the Middle East Centre in St Antony's College
  • Charlie Rose -
    Episode 11.19.09
    Broken Embraces with Penelope Cruz and Pedro Almodovar
  • A look at the global automobile industry with Carlos Ghosn, Chairman & CEO of Nissan and Renault SA || Next New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof and his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, a former Times reporter discuss their book "Half the Sky."
  • As President Obama leaves China tomorrow we have an assessment of his visit with Nicholas Burns, former diplomat, Jim Fallows of the Atlantic Monthly and Elizabeth Economy from the Council on Foreign Relations || French Chef Eric Ripert of the New York City restaurant Le Bernadin || An appreciation of James Lilley who died November 12, 2009 in Washington, DC) he was an American diplomat who served as United States Ambassador to China at the time of the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989moreless
  • President Obama in China with Henry Kissinger || Melinda Gates, Co-Chair, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on Global Health
  • An hour with Warren Buffett, Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway
  • By The People' Amy Rice, Alicia Sams, Edward Norton || Roy Williams, basketball coach at the University of North Carolina || Barbara Ehrenreich on her book "Bright-sided: How the Relentless Promotion of Positive Thinking Has Undermined America"
  • Authors of 'Superfreakonomics' Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner || Malcolm Gladwell discusses his latest book "What the Dog Saw: And Other Adventures"
  • Kenneth Rogoff of Harvard University and author of "This Time is Different -- Eight Centuries of Financial Folly" || Akiva Eldar chief political columnist and editorial writer for Israeli national daily "Ha'aretz"
  • From Berlin an hour with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
  • Mohamed ElBaradei, Director General of the IAEA || John Harris of Politico || John Grisham tells us about his new book of short stories "Ford County"
  • Ken Auletta of The New Yorker and author of "Googled" || Peter Kaplan former Editor-In-Chief of the New York Observer
  • 11/4/09
    A conversation with former Vice President Al Gore. His new book is "Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis."
  • Peter Orszag, currently the Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Barack Obama || Niall Ferguson, author of "The Ascent of Money: A Financial History of the World"
  • 11/2/09
    An hour with Bartholomew, the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople
  • 10/30/09
    Biologist and Nobel Laureate James Watson discusses his life, career and reflects on his hopes for the field of genetics
  • Charlie Rose Brain Series Episode One. Tonight's introductory topic-- The Great Mysteries of the Human Brain: consciousness, free will, perception, cognition, emotion and memory with a roundtable of brain researchers. Co-Host Eric Kandel from Columbia University and Howard Hughes Medical Institute; Cornelia Bargmann from Rockefeller University, Tony Movshon from New York University, John Searle from University of California Berkeley and Gerald Fischbach of the Simons Foundationmoreless
  • Book Review Editor for the New York Times Sam Tanenhaus on his book 'The Death of Conservatism' || Carrie Fisher author of "Wishful Drinking" discusses her life and career
  • Brian Ross discusses his book "Madoff Chronicles, The: Inside the Secret World of Bernie and Ruth" || Joel and Ethan Coen discuss their film "A Serious Man" with actors Richard Kind and Michael Stuhlberg || Alison Gopnik discusses her book "The Philosophical Baby: What Children's Minds Tell Us About Truth, Love, and the Meaning of Life"moreless
  • David Rohde, The New York Times reporter for Afghanistan who was captured by the Taliban, escaped and then wrote about it in a 5 part series in the The New York Times || Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone Magazine discusses the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  • Stephen Roach from Morgan Stanley Asia || Peter King of Sports Illustrated
  • 10/22/09
    Lee Kuan Yew, Former Prime Minister of Singapore
  • Discussion about Swine Flu with Dr. Richard Besser, Dr. Anthony Fauci and Donald G McNeil Jr || David Kessler, former head of the FDA takes a look at obesity in this country. He is the author of "The End of Overeating: Taking Control of the Insatiable American Appetite" || A look at the bacteria dangerous to our health found in the foods that we eat with Michael Pollan, Michael Moss and Dr. Jeffrey Bendermoreless
  • Former secretary of state Madeline Albright discusses her book "Read My Pins" || Taylor Branch discusses his book "The Clinton Tapes: Wrestling History with the President"
  • Tonight we take a look at the global economic crisis and the players who inhabited the story. Andrew Ross Sorkin's new book is called 'Too Big To Fail'
  • The economic recovery, what the government has and has not done, the future regulations and the stock market. We talk to Joe Nocera of The New York Times and Byron Wien, Vice Chairman of Blackstone Advisory Services LP. || Howard Buffett, Philanthropist and Photographer, shows us some amazing pictures of the human condition around the worldmoreless
  • Dan Meridor, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intelligence and Atomic Energy in the Israeli Cabinet || New York Times columnist Roger Cohen || Vali Nasr, senior advisor to Richard Holbrooke, Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan. Vali's new book is "Forces of Fortune: The Rise of the New Muslim Middle Class and What It Will Mean for Our Worldmoreless
  • The BBC reports that President Obama intends to send more troops into Afghanistan. A brief update with 'Newsnight' diplomatic editor Mark Urban || Drew Gilpin Faust, President of Harvard University || Editor in Chief of 'The Economist' John Micklethwait
  • Reform hits an important milestone as the Senate Finance Committee passes a bill 14-9. We talk to Ezra Klein of the Washington Post.|| Turning to Afghanistan as the President ponders his choices, Ike Skelton joins us. He is Chair of the House Armed Services Committee || David Finkle the Pulitzer Prize winning reporter who has a remarkable book 'The Good Soldiers'moreless
  • 10/12/09
    We spend an hour with Harvard professor Michael Sandel who teaches one of the most popular courses for undergraduates. He also has a new book called "Justice: Whats the Right Thing to Do"
  • Charlie Rose - Afghanistan /
    Episode 10.09.09
    Continued discussion about Afghanistan with Stephen Biddle of the Council on Foreign Relations, David Kilcullen and Brian Glyn Williams, Associate Professor of Islamic History at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth || Michael Moore discusses his new film "Capitalism: A Love Story"
  • Continued discussion about Afghanistan with Martha Raddatz of ABC News, Peter Baker of The New York Times and James Rubin, adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs || Roger Goodell, Commissioner of the NFL || Mitch Daniels, Governor of Indiana.
  • Richard Engel, Chief Foreign correspondent for NBC News || Vietnam Veteran, Former U.S. Senator and former head of the Veterans Administration, Max Cleland, shares his views on Afghanistan
  • Lara Logan
    Episode 10.06.09
    Lara Logan, Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for CBS News.
  • Shah Mahmood Qureshi
    Shah Mahmood Qureshi
    Episode 10.06.09
    Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Foreign Minister of Pakistan.
  • David Ignatius
    David Ignatius
    Episode 10.06.09
    David Ignatius of The Washington Post discusses his recent trip to Pakistan.
  • Nancy Pelosi
    Episode 10.05.09
    When the President has to address hard issues such as health care, the economy and Afghanistan he talks to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Tonight she joins us for the hour.
  • Jude Law
    Episode 10.02.09
    Jude Law is on Broadway as Hamlet, tonight an hour conversation about the role and the play.
  • Documentary Filmmaker Ken Burns discuses his new six-part series on the National Parks || Part II of a conversation with Paul Volcker || A conversation about the film "Coco Before Chanel" with director Anne Fontaine and actor Audrey Tautou
  • LeBron James, NBA MVP and director Kristopher Belman discuss their film "More Than A Game" || Chris Paul of the New Orleans Hornets discusses basketball and his book "Long Shot: Never Too Small to Dream Big"
  • Benjamin Netanyahu
    Episode 09.24.09
    Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel.
  • Rahm Emanuel
    Episode 09.23.09
    Rahm Emanuel, White House Chief of Staff.
  • Salam Fayyad, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority || Rich Cohen explores ideas for peace from the Israeli perspective in his book "Israel is Real: An Obsessive Quest to Understand the Jewish Nation and its History"
  • President Obama will be all over television doing interviews this weekend. We consider the administrations strategy with John Harwood of "The Wall Street Journal," Howard Kurtz "The Washington Post," Alan Schroeder of Northeastern University and Jennifer Senior of "New York" magazine || Iranian scholar Haleh Esfandiari talks about her plight of being held in Iran with her new book "My Prison, My Home: One Woman's Story of Captivity in Iran"moreless
  • President Obama will be all over television doing interviews this weekend. We consider the administrations strategy with John Harwood of "The Wall Street Journal," Howard Kurtz "The Washington Post," Alan Schroeder of Northeastern University and Jennifer Senior of "New York" magazine || Frank Bruni, Former New York Times Restaurant Critic and author of "Born Round: The Secret History of a Full-time Eater"moreless
  • Sen. Jay Rockefeller, one of the most outspoken voices behind the public option for health care reform || Actress Charlize Theron and director Guillermo Arriaga discuss their new film "The Burning Plain"
  • Follow Up On Economy And Afghanistan || We Introduce A New Star In Men'S Tennis, Juan Martin Del Potro, The 2009 U.S. Open Champion || French Actress Juliette Binoche On Her New Film And Her Art Book
  • President Obama'S Speech On Wall Street Marking One Year Since The Fall Of Lehman Brothers And The Global Economic Recovery Plan With Jake Tapper Of Abc News, Author Jim Stewart And Andrew Ross Sorkin Of "The New York Times" || Where Are We On Afghanistan With Sen. Carl Levin, Chairman Of The Armed Services Committeemoreless
  • Remembering 9/11 With Some Moments From The Rescue Workers, Political Leaders And New Yorkers Who Were Eyewitnesses To The Attacks And Spoke To Charlie Over The Years || Remembrance Of 9/11 With Commissioner Ray Kelly Of The New York City Police Department || Paul Goldberger Architecture Critic For The New Yorker Discusses The Rebuilding Process Of Ground Zero || A Conversation With Author Donald Dell About His Book "Never Make The First Offer: (Except When You Should) Wisdom From A Master Dealmaker"moreless
  • A Conversation With Author E.L. Doctorow About His Book "Homer & Langley: A Novel" || A Look At The Future Of Mobile Technology With Daniel Hesse, President And Chief Executive Officer Of Sprint Nextel
  • Live analysis of President Obama's speech to Congress with Al Hunt, Rich Lowry, David Brooks, Joseph Califano, Anthony Weiner, Kathy Dahlkemper and Thaddeus McCotter.
  • Discussion About Obama'S Speech To Students With Jake Tapper Of Abc News || Preview Of Obama'S Health Care Speech With John Podesta
  • 9/7/09
    Conversations about Afghanistan and Pakistan with Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan, Asif Ali Zardari, President of Pakistan, Admiral Michael Mullen, Robert Gates and Anthony Zinni.
  • Werner Herzog
    Episode 09.04.09
    A conversation with German film director Werner Herzog.
  • Gay Talese / Joseph O'Neill
    Episode 09.03.09
    Conversations with authors Gay Talese and Joseph O'Neill.
  • "Relationships" with Bill Gates, William Gates Sr., Valentino and Giancarlo Giammett.
  • The Future with Eric Schmidt, Marc Andreessen and Bill Gates.
  • 8/31/09
    Conversations with "Movie Stars" Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and George Clooney.
  • 8/28/09
    Conversations with Joe Scarborough, Evan Williams and Rahm Emanuel.
  • Conversations With "Foodies"
    Episode 08.27.09
    Conversations with "Foodies" David Chang, Tom Colicchio , Ferran Adria and José Andrés.
  • 8/26/09
    An appreciation of Ted Kennedy with Al Hunt, Doris Kearns Goodwin and Jon Meacham
  • 8/25/09
    Conversations with "Crazy Guys" Julian Schnabel, Mickey Rourke and Neil Young.
  • 8/24/09
    Conversations with "Grand Ladies" Dolly Parton, Meryl Streep, and Helen Mirren.
  • Quentin Tarantino
    Episode 08.21.09
    AN hour with Filmmaker Quentin Tarantino about his film 'Inglourious Basterds'.
  • A Discussion About Obama'S Leadership & Health Care With Ross Douthat, Doris Kearns Goodwin And Arianna Huffington || A Look At The Film "Fifty Dead Men Walking" With Sir Ben Kingsley
  • Business And Leadership Writer Jim Collins Discusses His Book "How The Mighty Fall: And Why Some Companies Never Give In" || An Examination Of Religion With Robert Wright, Author Of "The Evolution Of God" || An Appreciation Of Don Hewitt, Creator Of "60 Minutes"
  • A Look At Hosni Mubarak'S Meeting With President Obama In Washington With Steven Cook Of The Council On Foreign Relations And Michele Dunne Of The Carnegie Endowment For International Peace || A Consideration Of One Of The Most Important Bi-Lateral Relations In The World With China'S Ambassador To The Us Zhou Wenzhongmoreless
  • Hosni Mubarak
    Episode 08.17.09
    Hosni Mubarak, President of Egypt in a wide-ranging interview about Egypt's role in reviving the peace process, Iran's influence on the region, reform in Egypt, and Mubarak's legacy
  • A Conversation With Harold Varmus, Nobel Prize Winning Scientist And Author Of "The Art And Politics Of Science" || A Conversation With Theoretical Physicist And Mathematician Freeman Dyson
  • A Conversation With Musician Hugh Masekela, South African Trumpeter, Flugelhornist, Cornetist, Composer, And Singer || A Conversation With Musician Yusuf Islam About His Latest Album "Roadsinger (To Warm You Through The Night)" || A Conversation With Author Frances Osborne About Her Book "The Bolter"
  • A Conversation About Middle Eastern Education With Leon Botstein, President Of Bard College And Sari Nusseibeh, President Of Al Quds University In Jerusalem || A Conversation With Wadah Khanfar, Director General Of The Al Jazeera Network || A Conversation With Author And Poet Peter Balakian
  • A Conversation With Alexander Karp, Ceo Of Palantir Technologies || A Look At The Film "Cold Souls" With Paul Giamatti And Sophie Barthes || A Conversation With Elon Musk, Ceo Of Tesla Motors
  • A Conversation With Kurt Andersen About His Book "Reset: How This Crisis Can Restore Our Values And Renew America" || A Look At The Film "Cold Souls" With Paul Giamatti And Sophie Barthes || A Conversation With Peter Levene, Chairman, Lloyd'S Of London
  • Meryl Streep / Nora Ephron
    Episode 08.07.09
    Meryl Streep and Nora Ephron talk about the film 'Julie and Julia.'
  • A Look At Iraq'S Future With Alissa Rubin And Michael Gordon, Both Of "The New York Times" And Fred Kagan From The American Enterprise Institute || Part Two Of Our Conversation With General Anthony Zinni (Ret) About Leadership And American Foreign Policy Afghanistan, Iraq And Iran
  • An Update On The Us Reporters Freed From Detention In North Korea With Evans Revere, President Of The Korea Society And Martha Raddatz Of "Abc News" || A Conversation With Joe Scarborough Co-Host Of Msnbc'S "Morning Joe" || A Conversation With Author Colson Whitehead About His Book "Sag Harbor: A Novel"moreless
  • Discussion About Former President Clinton'S Negotiations With North Korea To Pardon Two U.S. Journalists With Glenn Kessler Of "The Washington Post" And Joseph Cirincione, President Of The Ploughshares Fund, A Global Security Foundation || Update On The Detained Newsweek Journalist Maziar Bahari With Jon Meacham Of "Newsweek" || Part One Of A Conversation With General Anthony Zinni (Ret.) About His Book "Leading The Charge: Leadership Lessons From The Battlefield To The Boardroom"moreless
  • The Ongoing Debate About Health Care Reform With Senator Kent Conrad Of North Dakota || A Conversation With Jason Kilar, Ceo Of Hulu.Com
  • Judd Apatow / Adam Sandler
    Episode 07.31.09
    A look at the film 'Funny People' with actor Adam Sandler and director Judd Apatow.
  • 7/30/09
    Yale economist Robert Shiller on evaluating risk. Plus, a look at the Microsoft Yahoo search deal with Steven Levy of Wired, Erick Schonfeld, Co-Editor of TechCrunch and Nick Wingfield of "The Wall Street Journal."
  • Homeland Secretary Janet Napolitano lays out the Administration's plan on counter-terrorism, border control and natural disasters. Plus, a conversation about Healthcare Reform with Dr. Howard Dean and Dr. Bill Frist.
  • 7/28/09
    A conversation with Sam Altman, Founder and CEO of Loopt, a popular mobile social networking application. Plus, a conversation with French photographer Brigitte Lacombe about her work and portraiture in a new book "Brigitte Lacombe: Anima / Persona."
  • Andrew Exum / Ross Douthat
    Episode 07.27.09
    A look at U.S. strategy in Afghanistan with Andrew Exum, former U.S. Army Ranger and Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. Plus, a conversation with Ross Douthat of "The New York Times" about his book "Grand New Party: How Republicans can Win the Working Class and Save the American Dream."moreless
  • Armando Iannucci
    Episode 07.24.09
    A conversation with Armando Iannucci, Director of 'In the Loop.' Plus, a discussion about race in America in the aftermath of an incident between a Harvard professor and a Cambridge, Massachusetts police officer with Reverend Floyd Flake, Raina Kelley of "Newsweek" and David Remnick of "The New Yorker."
  • A conversation with Brent Scowcroft, Fmr. National Security Adviser. Plus, a conversation with Michael Arrington of TechCrunch and part two of the Peter Orszag interview.
  • Peter Orszag / Denis Cortese
    Episode 07.22.09
    A conversation about health care with Peter Orszag, Director, Office of Management & Budget. Plus, a conversation with Denis Cortese, President and CEO of Mayo Clinic.
  • A conversation with Chris Anderson of Wired Magazine about his book "Free." Plus, a conversation with The Publisher & Editors of Politico, John Harris, Editor in Chief, Jim VandeHei, Executive Editor, Robert Allbritton, Publisher and Ben Smith.
  • A conversation about the 40th anniversary of moon landing with Jeff Kluger of "Time." Plus, a conversation with Christohper Hill, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq.
  • Update on Wall St. with Floyd Norris of "The New York Times" and Dennis Berman of "The Wall Street Journal." Plus, a discussion about Obama's NAACP Speech with Benjamin Todd Jealous, President and CEO of NAACP. And, a conversation with Mohsen Kadivar, Iranian philosopher, University lecturer, cleric and activist.
  • 7/16/09
    A conversation with Bob Woodward of The Washington Post. Plus, author Bradley Graham on his book "By His Own Rules : The Ambitions, Successes, and Ultimate Failures of Donald Rumsfeld."
  • Richard Levin
    Episode 07.15.09
    A conversation with Richard Levin, President of Yale University.#
  • A conversation with Neurologist V.S. Ramachandran. Plus, discussion about the Sotomayor confirmation hearings with attorney and blogger Tom Goldstein. And a conversation about the play "Ruined" with Lynn Nottage and Kate Whoriskey.
  • Discussion about the Sotomayor confirmation hearings with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and Nina Totenberg of National Public Radio. Plus, a conversation about the Bush Administration's Intelligence Programs with Scott Shane of "The New York Times" and Jane Mayer of "The New Yorker."
  • A look at "Francis Bacon: A Centenary Retrospective" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with Thomas P. Campbell, director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and curator Gary Tinterow.
  • 7/9/09
    An appreciation of Robert McNamara, former United States Secretary of Defense. McNamara died in his sleep at his home in Washington early in the morning on July 6, 2009. He was 93.
  • Roger Altman
    Episode 07.08.09
    An hour with Roger Altman, former United States Deputy Treasury Secretary.
  • Update on President Obama's trip to Russia with Michael Mandelbaum, Professor and Director of the American Foreign Policy program at the Johns Hopkins University & Martha Raddatz of ABC News. Plus, a conversation with author Alistair Horne.
  • A Conversation With Richard Lugar, Senior United States Senator From Indiana || A Conversation About President Obama'S Trip To Russia With Stephen Cohen, Chrystia Freeland, Thomas Pickering And Claire Shipman || An Appreciation Of Robert Mcnamara. Mcnamara Died In His Sleep At His Home In Washington Early In The Morning On July 6, 2009. He Was 93.moreless
  • Peter Peterson
    Episode 07.03.09
    A conversation Peter Peterson, Founder of Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
  • 7/2/09
    A conversation with author Richard Wolffe about his book "Renegade: The Making of a President." Plus, a conversation with director Guillermo del Toro about the book "The Strain."
  • A conversation about Cyberwarfare with Michael McConnell, former Director of National Intelligence, James Lewis, Director, Technology and Public Policy Program, CSIS and David Sanger, Chief Washington Correspondent for The New York Times. Plus, a conversation about the play 'Mary Stuart' with Janet McTeer and Harriet Walter.
  • 6/30/09
    A conversation about health care with Tom Daschle former U.S. Senator and Senate Majority Leader. Plus, conversations with Paul Krugman and Richard Engel of NBC News.
  • 6/29/09
    A conversation with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Former National Security Advisor. Plus, a conversation about the sentencing of Bernie Madoff with Diana Henriques of "The New York Times," and victims of Madoff's ponzi scheme, Dominic Ambrosino and his wife Ronnie Sue Ambrosino.
  • An appreciation of Michael Jackson with Kelefa Sanneh of "The New Yorker" and producers Quincy Jones & L.A. Reid. Plus, a conversation with Roger Cohen of "The New York Times" and "International Herald Tribune" about Iran. And a conversation about the film "The Hurt Locker" with director Kathryn Bigelow.
  • Jeffrey Immelt
    Episode 06.25.09
    A conversation with Jeff Immelt, Chairman and CEO of GE.
  • Chuck Todd / Ban Ki-moon
    Episode 06.24.09
    A conversation with U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. Plus, a conversation about South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford with Chuck Todd of NBC.
  • 6/23/09
    A conversation Ivan Seidenberg, Chairman and CEO of Verizon. Plus, an update on Iran with Roger Cohen of "The New York Times" and "International Herald Tribune" from Iran and Robin Wright of "The Washington Post" from Washington.
  • The New Strategy in Afghanistan / Update on Iran
    The New Strategy in Afghanistan with David Kilcullen, David Barno, and Tom Ricks. Plus, an update on Iran with Nico Pitney of and David Ignatius of "The Washington Post."
  • Update On Iran With Roger Cohen Of "The New York Times" And "International Herald Tribune" From Iran And Robin Wright Of "The Washington Post" From Washington || A Conversation Ivan Seidenberg, Chairman And Ceo Of Verizon
  • A conversation about Personalized Medicine with Steven Pinker, Anne Wojcicki, George Church and Linda Avey. Plus, a conversation about the U.S. response to the crisis in Iran with David Brooks, David Ignatius, Robert Kagan and David Sanger.
  • A conversation with Author Quinn Bradlee, Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn about the book "A Different Life: Growing up Learning Disabled." Also, Rachel Maddow of MSNBC and a conversation about Regulatory Reform with Steven Pearlstein of "The Washington Post."
  • A conversation with Michael Lewis, Author of 'Home Game.' Also, a conversation about health care with Sen. Ron Wyden and Dr. Delos Cosgrove, president and chief executive officer of Cleveland Clinic and Ronald Williams, Aetna CEO. Plus, Roger Cohen of "The New York Times" and "International Herald Tribune" reports from Iran.moreless
  • Iranian Election Results with Nicholas Burns, Flynt Leverett, Abbas Milani and Hooman Majd. Plus, a conversation about with Peter Orszag, Director of the Office of Management and Budget under President Barack Obama. And Roger Cohen of "The New York Times" and "International Herald Tribune" reports from Iran.
  • Hooman Majd / Karim Sadjadpour / Bill Irwin / John Glover / John Goodman / Nathan Lane
    Discussion about the Iranian Elections with Hooman Majd and Karim Sadjadpour, and a conversation with the cast of "Waiting for Godot" with Nathan Lane, John Goodman, Bill Irwin and John Glover.
  • 6/12/09
    A conversation with Vitaly Churkin, Russia's Ambassador to the U.N.. Plus, musician Dave Matthews about his album "Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King."
  • A Conversation With Vitaly Churkin, Russia'S Ambassador To The U.N. || A Conversation With Musician Dave Matthews About His Album "Big Whiskey And The Groogrux King"
  • A conversation with author Richard Posner about his book "A Failure of Capitalism: The Crisis of '08 and the Descent into Depression," and a conversation about the growing fiscal deficit with Alan Blinder, Professor of Economics at Princeton University and Director of Princeton's Center for Economic Policy Studies, David Leonhardt of "The New York Times" and Alan J. Auerbach, Professor of Economics and Law, Director of the Burch Center for Tax Policy and Public Finance, University of California, Berkeley.moreless
  • Muhtar Kent
    Episode 06.09.09
    A conversation with Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company.
  • D-Day Remembrance with historian and author Douglas Brinkley and World War II veterans George McGovern, Lee Archer and Len Lomell. Also, a conversation with Elie Wiesel, Jewish writer, professor, political activist, Nobel Laureate and Holocaust survivor.
  • Dolly Parton / Sam Mendes
    Episode 06.05.09
    A conversation with singer and actress Dolly Parton, and a conversation with director Sam Mendes.
  • A conversation with author Neil MacFarquhar about his book "The Media Relations Department of Hizbollah Wishes You a Happy Birthday: Unexpected Encounters in the Changing Middle East." Plus, reaction to President Obama's speech in Cairo with Mohamad Bazzi, Roger Cohen, David Ignatius and Robin Wright. And a conversation with author Alaa al-Aswany.moreless
  • 6/3/09
    A conversation about Prop. 8 with David Boies. Plus, a conversation with authors Katty Kay and Claire Shipman about their book "Womenomics," and a conversation with author David Grann about his book "The Lost City of Z."
  • Robert Mueller
    Episode 06.02.09
    A conversation with Robert Mueller, Director of the FBI.
  • A conversation about Afghanistan and Pakistan with journalists Mark Mazzetti, Jane Perlez, Pir Zubir Shah and Eric Schmitt. All four are part of a team that won this year's Pulitzer Prize for International reporting.
  • A Conversation About Former President Bill Clinton With Author And Journalist Peter Baker || A Conversation About Bear Sterns And The Economic Crisis With Kate Kelly, Author Of "Street Fighters: The Last 72 Hours Of Bear Stearns, The Toughest Firm On Wall Street" And William D. Cohan, Author Of "House Of Cards: A Tale Of Hubris And Wretched Excess On Wall Street"moreless
  • 5/27/09
    A conversation with authors Simon Schama and Elmore Leonard.
  • A conversation about Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor with Linda Greenhouse of "The New York Times," Stuart Taylor of "Newsweek" and Walter Dellinger of Duke University. Also, Judge Jon Newman and part two of Charlie's conversation with Elizabeth Edwards.
  • 5/25/09
    A conversation with Chris Matthews of MSNBC, and a conversation with author Reynolds Price about his book "Ardent Spirits: Leaving Home, Coming Back."
  • 5/22/09
    A conversation with Anand Mahindra, Managing Director of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd, a conversation about President Barack Obama and former Vice President Dick Cheney with David Brooks, and Azim Premji.
  • 5/21/09
    A conversation with Martin Sorrell, chief executive officer of WPP Group and a conversation with author Cheryl Saban about her book "What Is Your Self-Worth?: A Woman's Guide to Validation."
  • Frank Gehry / Renzo Piano
    Episode 05.20.09
    A conversation with architects Frank Gehry and Renzo Piano.
  • 5/19/09
    A conversation with Jon Meacham of Newsweek about his recent interview with President Barack Obama. Plus, a conversation with Christopher Buckley about his book "Losing Mum and Pup: A Memoir."
  • A conversation with David Ignatius of The Washington Post about his book "The Increment: A Novel," and a conversation about the Obama-Netanyahu meeting with Jim Hoagland, Rashid Khalidi, Bret Stephens and Lally Weymouth.
  • A conversation about the play "God of Carnage" with James Gandolfini, Hope Davis, Jeff Daniels and Marcia Gay Harden. Also, a conversation about the film "Goodbye Solo" with writer and director Ramin Bahrani, and actors: Souleymane Sy Savane and Red West. Plus, a conversation with Jake Tapper of ABC News.
  • 5/14/09
    A conversation with Andy Stern, president of the Service Employees International Union, and a conversation with Elizabeth Edwards about her book "Resilience: Reflections on the Burdens and Gifts of Facing Life's Adversities."
  • 5/13/09
    A conversation about the film "Angels and Demons" with director Ron Howard, actors Tom Hanks and Ayelet Zurer.
  • A Conversation With Actor Kenneth Branagh About "Wallender" Part Of Pbs'S "Maserpiece Mystery" Series || A Conversation With Actress Amy Poehler About Her Television Show; "Parks & Recreation"
  • A Conversation With Elizabeth Warren, Chair Of The Congressional Oversight Panel Created To Oversee The U.S. Banking Bailout || A Conversation With Naomi Klein, Author Of "The Shock Doctrine" And William Greider, Author Of "Come Home, America"
  • A conversation with Asif Ali Zardari, President of Pakistan & Hamid Karzai, President of Afghanistan. And a conversation with Sarah Chayes, former NPR correspondent about life in Afghanistan.
  • Neel Kashkari
    Episode 05.07.09
    A conversation with Neel Kashkari, Former Assistant Treasury Secretary. In this episode, Kashkari discusses the economic crisis, early signs of the economic crisis, the Obama administration, and the future of the economy.
  • Timothy Geithner
    Episode 0506
    An hour with Timothy Geithner, U.S. Treasury Secretary. In this episode, Geithner talks about stress tests, fixing the deficit, the government's response to the economic crisis, and getting through the economic crisis.
  • A conversation about stem cells with Dr. Doug Melton. Plus, a conversation about the future of trade in the global economy with Susan Schwab, United States Trade Representative, Jagdish Bhagwati, University Professor at Columbia University and Senior Fellow in International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, Alan Blinder, Director of Princeton's Center for Economic Policy Studies and Sherrod Brown, United States Senator from the state of Ohio In this episode, Sherrod Brown and Alan Blinder comment on trade, and Doug Melton discusses Federal Stem Cell funding & the potential of stem cells.moreless
  • 5/4/09
    A conversation with director J.J. Abrams about the film "Star Trek," and a conversation with James Carville about the book "40 More Years." In this episode JJ Abrams comments on making "Star Trek," and mystery, and James Carville discusses the Democratic Party.
  • A Conversation With Robert Zoellick, President Of The World Bank || A Conversation With Suzy Welch About The Book, "10-10-10"
  • A conversation with Tung Chee-hwa, Former Chief Executive of Hong Kong, a conversation with author Joshua Cooper Ramo about his book "The Age of the Unthinkable: Why the New World Disorder Constantly Surprises Us And What We Can Do About It", and a discussion about Chrysler's bankruptcy plan with author Paul Ingrassia, Micheline Maynard, Senior business correspondent for the "New York Times" and John Stoll of "The Wall Street Journal." In this episode, Paul Ingrassia and Micheline Maynard discuss Chrysler, Tung Chee-Hwa comments on China, and its financial relationship with the U.S., and Joshua Ramo talks about his book: "The Age of the Unthinkable" with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • Reaction to President Obama's press conference with Mike Allen of, John Heilemann of "New York Magazine", Jim Ellis, Assistant Managing Editor, "BusinessWeek", Jeff Greenfield of CBS News, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and Katty Kay of BBC World News America. In this episode, various commentators speak with Charlie Rose about President Obama's press conference on the financial crisis and swine flu.moreless
  • 4/28/09
    A conversation with William Gates Sr. and Bill Gates Jr. about the book "Showing Up for Life: Thoughts on the Gifts of a Lifetime" In this episode, Bill Gates speaks on his father's influence and what he learned about parenting from his father, William Gates Sr. reflects on what he has learned from his son, and both men discuss the young Bill Gates and Bill Jr.'s early interest in computers.moreless
  • A conversation with French Finance Minister Christine Lagarde, a discussion about Swine Flu with Laurie Garrett, Senior Fellow for Global Health at the Council on Foreign Relations, Jeffrey Koplan, Vice President for Global Health at Emory University and Donald McNeil of "The New York Times", and a conversation with musician Zakir Hussain, widely considered the world's best tabla player. In this episode, Donald McNeil and Laurie Garrett react to Swine Flu, Christine Lagarde comments on the economic crisis and reform in France, and Zakir Hussain discusses the tabla.moreless
  • A conversation about the economy with Bill Ackman, major investor and hedge fund manager of Pershing Square Capital Management LP, Kate Kelly, Andrew Ross Sorkin and Joe Stiglitz, economist and a member of Columbia University faculty, and a conversation with Lionel Barber, editor of the "Financial Times." In this episode, Kate Kelly & Andrew Ross Sorkin discuss "Stress Testing" banks, Bill Ackman offers his thoughts on debt and equity, Joseph Stiglitz weighs in on the future of the banking system, and Lionel Barber reacts to the state of the economic crisis and European leaders.moreless
  • A conversation with Brent Scowcroft, former National Security Adviser and Carlos Pascual, Brookings vice president and director of Foreign Policy at Brookings, and a conversation with David Brooks of "The New York Times." In this episode, David Brooks discusses the Obama White House and the future of capitalism, Carlos Pascual speaks on China, and Brent Scowcroft comments on Iraq.moreless
  • A conversation about Green Initiative NYC with Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Christine Quinn, Speaker of the New York City Council and Carl Pope, Executive Director of the Sierra Club; and a conversation about the film "Earth" with director Alastair Fothergill In this episode, Bloomberg and Quinn speak about new intitiatives to make NYC more "green," Bloomberg comments on the benfits of Green intiatives, and Alistair Fothergill talks about the art of filming nature documentaries.moreless
  • 4/21/09
    An hour with Mikhail Gorbachev, former President of the Soviet Union and George Shultz, former U.S. Secretary of State In this episode, Gorbachev and Shultz discusses the fall of the Berlin Wall on its 20th anniversary.
  • A conversation about President Obama's trip to Mexico & Trinidad with Shannon O'Neil of Council on Foreign Relations, Andres Oppenheimer of the Miami Herald via Port of Spain and Tracy Wilkinson of the LA Times via Mexico City. Analysis of Pakistan and Afghanistan with journalist Ahmed Rashid & Ashraf Ghani, Chancellor of Kabul University. In this episode, Tracy Wilkinson and Andres Oppenheimer discuss Obama in Mexico, Shannon O'Neil speaks about the possibility of Mexico becoming a "failed state," and Ghani and Rhashid comment on Afghanistan and Pakistan.moreless
  • A conversation with Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough of MSNBC's Morning Joe, and a conversation with Jim Lehrer about his book "Oh Johnny." In this episode, Mika Brzezinski comments on working with Joe Scarborough, Joe Scarborough offers his thoughts on the Republican Party, and Jim Lehrer reflects on writing "Oh Johnny."moreless
  • Charlie welcomes Liesl Schillinger, Dennis Johnson, Ulrich Ditzen, Richard Myers and Christina Romer. In this episode, Christina Romer speaks on Obama's economy speech, Richard Meyers speaks on the War in Iraq, and Dennis Johnson discusses the late German writer, Hans Fallada.
  • A conversation about Somali piracy with Andrew Exum of the Center for New American Security and Robert Kaplan of The Atlantic. Next, a conversation about the film "Is There Anybody There?" with actor Michael Caine and director John Crowley In this episode, Robert Kaplan comments on Somali Piracy, Andrew Exum compares U.S. Strategies in Somalia and Afghanistan, and discusses the Obama administration's response in Somalia, and Michael Caine talks about his role in "Is There Anybody There?"moreless
  • 4/10/09
    A conversation with author Cliff Sloan about his book "The Great Decision: Jefferson, Adams, Marshall, and the Battle for the Supreme Court" and a conversation with author Robert Caro about his book "The Path to Power (The Years of Lyndon Johnson, Volume 1)" In this episode, Robert Caro comments on explaining political power, his writing process, and Lyndon Johnson, and Cliff Sloan talks about Marbury vs. Madison and William Marbury,moreless
  • 4/9/09
    A conversation about Iran with journalist Robin Wright, a conversation with Jehan Sadat, widow of Anwar Sadat and served as first lady of Egypt from 1970 until Sadat's assassination in 1981, and a conversation with Juan Cole, professor, expert and commentator on Middle Eastern affairs. In this episode, Wright discusses Iran-U.S. negotiations with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • A conversation with Rep. Laura Richardson & Rep. Emanuel Cleaver. Rep. Also, a conversation about print journalism in the digital age with Arianna Huffington of and Tom Curley of the Associated Press. Finally, a conversation with Robert Morgenthau, District Attorney for New York County. In this episode, Rep. Laura Richardson reflects on her meeting with Fidel Castro, Ariana Huffington comments on the future of digital content on the internet, Robert Morgenthau talks about his job as District Attorney, organized crime, immigration, and his legacy,moreless
  • 4/7/09
    A conversation with Ambassador John Negroponte, currently a research fellow and lecturer in international affairs at Yale University. Prior to this appointment, he served as the United States Deputy Secretary of State and as the first ever Director of National Intelligence. Also, a review of President Obama's trip to Europe and unannounced stop in Baghdad with David Sanger, White House Correspondent for "The New York Times" In this episode, David Sanger discusses Obama's trip to Europe, and what lies ahead for Obama, John Negroponte comments on President Obama's administration, the invasion of Iraq, and the strategy for North Korea,moreless
  • 4/6/09
    A review of President Obama's trip to Europe with Zbigniew Brzezinski, United States National Security Advisor to President Jimmy Carter and Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State. In this episode, Henry Kissinger speaks on the Afghanistan-Pakistan review, Zbigniew Brzezinski comments on the Obama administration's foreign policy and the potential effects of the economic crisis, and both review Obama's trip to Europe.moreless
  • 4/3/09
    A conversation with musician Wynton Marsalis, also: an appreciation of John Hope Franklin, Franklin died at Duke University Medical Center on the morning of March 25, 2009. In this episode, Wynton Marsalis discusses his new album "He and She," and the difference between "listening" and "hearing," and John Hope Franklin reflects on working with Thurgood Marshall.moreless
  • A Conversation With Atul Gawande, General And Endocrine Surgeon At Brigham And Women'S Hospital In Boston, Massachusetts, An Assistant Professor At The Harvard School Of Public Health, And An Assistant Professor Of Surgery At Harvard Medical School || A Conversation With Architecture Critic Ada Louise Huxtable, Author Of "On Architecture: Collected Reflections On A Century Of Change"moreless
  • A conversation with Avrum Burg former Chairman of the Jewish Agency for Israel, former Speaker of the Knesset and author of "The Holocaust Is Over; We Must Rise From its Ashes", also: pianist, conductor, and composer Andre Previn. And actor Robert Wagner about his book "Pieces of My Heart: A Life." In this episode, Avrum Burg discusses on his book "The Holocaust is Over, We Must Rise From its Ashes," Andre Previn comments on composing, and Robert Wagner reflects on becoming a movie star.moreless
  • A conversation with Architects Liz Diller, Ricardo Scofidio, and Charles Renfro. In this episode, Elizabeth discusses the High Line, and with Scofidio speaks on "The Blur Building" and the new Alice Tully Hall, and also comment on turning to mainstream architecture, with Chalres Renfro.
  • A conversation with Chef Ferran Adri?†& Chef Jose Andres. Plus, a conversation about "Picasso: Mosqueteros" with John Richardson and Benard Picasso. "Picasso: Mosqueteros" is the first exhibition in the United States to focus on the late paintings since "Picasso: The Last Years: 1963-1973" at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in 1984. In this episode, Richardson and Ruiz-Picasso speak about Picasso's "Mira de Fuerte," and Picasso's intention to shock, Chef Ferran Adria reflects on being called the best chef in the world, and Chef Jose Andres comments on Chef Ferran Adria.moreless
  • 3/27/09
    A conversation with Presidential historian Doris Kearns Goodwin and playwright Richard Goodwin. In this episode of Charlie Rose, Bruce Riedel discusses Al Qaeda in Pakistan, the Taliban in Afghanistan, and Pakistan's ISI. Richard Goodwin speaks with Charlie Rose about his play, "Two Men of Florence," and Doris Kearns Goodwin talks about Barack Obama.moreless
  • A Conversation With Tom Friedman Of "The New York Times" And Nandan Nilekani, Author Of "Imagining India: The Idea Of A Renewed Nation" || A Conversation About The Film 'Duplicity' With Julia Roberts, Clive Owen And Tony Gilroy || A Conversation With Meredith Chivers And Daniel Bergner About Female Desire
  • A conversation with Peter Singer, author of "The Life You Can Save: Acting Now to End World Poverty". Also, a conversation with economic specialist Dambisa Moyo about her book "Dead Aid". And Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of Acumen Fund and author of "The Blue Sweater: Bridging the Gap Between Rich and Poor in an Interconnected World". In this episode Dambisa Moyo talks about the effect of aid on Africa, Jacqueline Novogratz discusses the title of her book, "The Blue Sweater," and Peter Singer explains his view on the existence of poverty with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • Reactions to President Obama's press conference with Jackie Calmes, Jim Ellis, Jeff Greenfield, Jim Hoagland, Al Hunt and Gwen Ifill In this episode Charlie Rose hosts an array of guests including Gwen Ifill, Al Hunt, Jim Hoagland, Jackie Calmes, Jeff Greenfield, and Jim Ellis, who discuss their views on Obama's most recent press conference.moreless
  • An update on the economy with Paul Krugman, Joe Nocera and Andrew Ross Sorkin In this episode Andrew Ross Sorkin and Joe Nocera discuss toxic assets and Paul Krugman and Thomas Stever talk about Obama's response to the economic crisis.
  • An appreciation of Natasha Richardson who died on Wednesday (March 18, 2009) following a head injury sustained when she fell during a skiing lesson in Canada. Also, a conversation about the film 'Duplicity' with Julia Roberts, Clive Owen and Tony Gilroy In this episode, Richardson converses with Charlie Rose, at the various stages of her career.moreless
  • A conversation about the film "Valentino: The Last Emperor" with Italian fashion designer Valentino, Giancarlo Giammetti and director Matt Tyrnauer In this episode Valentino and Giancarlo Giammetti discusstheir depiction in "Valentino: The Last Emperor," while Matt Tyrnauer discusses Valentino and Giancarlo Giammetti.
  • Condoleezza Rice
    Episode 0318
    A conversation with Condoleezza Rice, Former U.S. Secretary of State In this episode, Rice reflects on her tenure in Bush's presidency, as well as discusses her future plans with Charlie Rose.
  • 3/17/09
    A conversation about AIG with Hank Greenberg former chairman and CEO of AIG, Carol Loomis Senior editor-at-large of "Fortune", Gretchen Morgenson of "The New York Times" and Meredith Whitney In this episode, Hank Greenberg comments on AIG bonuses, and Gretchen Morgenson discusses AIG.
  • A conversation with Gwen Ifill of PBS and author of "The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama", also Shirley Tilghman, Princeton President, and Adam Nagourney. In this episode, Adam Nagourney comments on banks abusing bailout money, Gwen Ifill speaks about a post race age and writing her book "The Break Through," and Shirley Tilghman weighns in on restoring Science to it's rightful place.moreless
  • Nancy Pelosi
    Episode 0313
    A conversation with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives In this episode, Nancy Pelosi discusses Barack Obama, taking the United States to a "new place," and the stimulus package.
  • Admiral Mike Mullen
    Episode 0312
    A conversation with Adm. Mike Mullen, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff In this episode Adm. Mike Mullen shars his thoughts about Pakistan, Obama, military, and foreign policy with Charlie Rose.
  • Arne Duncan
    Episode 0311
    A conversation with Arne Duncan, United States Secretary of Education In this episode, Arne Duncan talks about thinking differently about education with Charlie Rose.
  • Timothy Geithner
    Episode 0310
    A conversation with Timothy Geithner, U.S. Treasury Secretary In this episode, Tim Geithner comments on the economic crisis, financial leaders, "stress testing" banks, and economic recovery.
  • 3/9/09
    A conversation with Barton Biggs, Traxis Partners, a hedge fund based in New York City and Steven Chu, United States Secretary of Energy. In this episode, Barton Biggs discusses the stock market and the Stimulus package, Steven Chu comments on his imperatives, oil, and science
  • Eric Schmidt
    Episode 0306
    A conversation with Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google.
  • A conversation with Marissa Mayer, V.P. of Search Product and User Experience, Google
  • 3/4/09
    A conversation with Reid Hoffman, co-founder of and a conversation with businessman and investment banker Felix Rohatyn about his book "Bold Endeavors: How Our Government Built America, and Why It Must Rebuild Now." In this episode, Reid Hoffman discusses, social networking, the users, "risk," and on the future of social networking, and Felix Rohatyn speaks on government involvment in the economymoreless
  • A conversation about Russia and Iran with Jim Hoagland of "The Washington Post" and Peter Baker of "The New York Times" specifically that President Obama sent a secret letter to Russia's president last month suggesting that he would back off deploying a new missile defense system in Eastern Europe if Moscow would help stop Iran from developing long-range weapons. A conversation with Rashid Khalidi, Professor of Arab Studies at Columbia University, and the head of Columbia's Middle East Institute" about his book "Sowing Crisis." A conversation with Lynda Resnick, entrepreneur, businesswoman, and author of "Rubies in the Orchard" In this episode, Baker and Hoagland discuss the impact of Obama's contact with Russia.moreless
  • 3/2/09
    A conversation with Jake Tapper, Senior White House Correspondent for ABC News and soprano opera singer Jessye Norman. In this episode, Jake Tapperon comments on Daschle and Sebelius, and Rush Limbaugh, and Jessye Norman reflects on curating at Carnegie Hall and aging as a soprano,
  • 2/27/09
    A conversation with Stanford President John Hennessy and Evan Williams, Co-founder of In this episode, John Hennessy explains the science policies of Bush and Obama, and U.S. energy policy, and Evan Williams discusses and social networking.
  • 2/26/09
    A conversation with Jeff Bezos, founder, president, chief executive officer and chairman of the board of In this episode, Jeff Bezos comments on the economic crisis, the publishing industry, and cloud computing,
  • 2/25/09
    A conversation with author Oscar Hijuelos and John Podesta, President of the Center for American Progress. In this episode, John Podesta discusses Obama's bipartisan outreach and the leadership styles of Obama and Clinton, and Oscar Hijuelos explains his motivations for writing "Dark Dude"
  • Live Coverage of President Obama's address to Congress with David Brooks, Al Hunt, Jim Ellis, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Paul Krugman and Steve Coll In this episode, Doris Kearns Goodwin discusses President Obama's first Congressional address, David Brooks reacts to Gov. Jindal's response to Obama's address, and Steve Collspeaks about President Obama's health care reform plans.moreless
  • John Mack
    Episode 0223
    A conversation with John Mack, Chairman and CEO of Morgan Stanley. In this episode, John Mack comments on Morgan Stanley surviving the fall of 2008, the U.S.-China economic relationship, falling oil prices, the housing market, and economic recovery.
  • Charlie Rose Special Edition; The Stars Of The 81st Academy Awards
    Charlie Rose Special Edition; The Stars of the 81st Academy Awards
  • A Conversation With Richard Holbrooke, U.S. Special Envoy To Afghanistan And Pakistan || A Conversation With Sergio Fajardo, Former Mayor Of Medellin
  • A conversation with Marc Andreessen, co-founder and chairman of Ning and an investor in several startups including Digg, Plazes, and Twitter. Best known as co-author of Mosaic, and founder of Netscape. He is on the Board of Directors of Facebook and eBay
  • 2/18/09
    A discussion about the economy with Nina Easton, Fred Mishkin, Nouriel Roubini and Mark Zandi and a conversation with Larry Summers, head of the White House's National Economic Council for President Barack Obama. In this episode, various commentators offer their thoughts on Obama's housing recovery plan.
  • Discussion About Iran With Azar Nafisi, Hooman Majd And Vali Nasr || A Conversation With Ben Sherwood About His Book "The Survivors Club"
  • 2/16/09
    Discussion about Afghanistan with Milt Bearden, Dexter Filkins, Craig Mullaney and Martha Raddatz and a conversation with Frontline producer Michael Kirk about "Inside the Meltdown" In this episode, Dexter Filkins and Martha Raddatz speak about Afghanistan, and Michael Kirk explains the start of the economic crisis.
  • 2/13/09
    A conversation with author Tom Ricks about his book "The Gamble: General David Petraeus and the American Military Adventure in Iraq, 2006-2008" and a conversation with Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director at the IMF. In this episode, Ricks discusses his book "The Gamble" and the military troop surge in Iraq, with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • Mickey Rourke
    Episode 0212
    A conversation with Mickey Rourke about his film "The Wrestler" In this episode, Mickey Rourke discusses his role in "The Wrestler," rebuilding his career, overcoming his past, and his future as an actor.
  • 2/11/09
    A conversation about the future of newspapers with Walter Isaacson of "Time," Robert Thomson of "Wall Street Journal" and Mort Zuckerman of "The New York Daily News" and a conversation about the Israeli Election with Avraham Burg, Martin Peretz, Sam Lewis and Leon Wieseltier In this episode, Avraham Burg ocomments on what is going to happen in Israel, Martin Peretz speaks about Avigdor Lieberman, Samuel Lewis discusses Iran, Mort Zuckerman comments on the state of the newspaper industry, Robert Thomson offers his thoughts on the Wall Street Journal online, and Isaacson and Zuckerman speculate on the future of local newspapers.moreless
  • A Conversation With David Faber About Cnbc'S Original Primetime Documentary, "House Of Cards" || A Conversation With Azim Premji, Chairman Of Wipro || A Conversation With Jeffrey Skiles Co-Pilot Us Airways Flight 1549
  • 2/9/09
    Live coverage of President Obama's address with Jackie Calmes, Floyd Norris, David Leonhardt, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Joe Nocera and Peter Baker
  • Obama's Week In Review
    Episode 0206
    A conversation with David Brooks of 'The New York Times' about Obama's first week in office and President Obama's week in review with Jeanne Cummings, Mark Halperin and Al Hunt. In this episode, David Brooks comments on the stimulus package and long term effects of stimulus, Al Hunt weighs in on what kind of stimulus package to expect and on Tom Daschle, Jeanne Cummings speaks about bipartisanship, and Mark Halperin discussesObama's first week.moreless
  • 2/5/09
    A conversation with Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO Nvidia and a conversation with author Bill Baker about his book "Leading with Kindness: How Good People Consistently Get Superior Results." In this episode, Jen-Hsun Huang discusses the Graphic Processing Unit and where the computer industry is going, and Bill Baker comments on his book "Leading with Kindness" with Charlie Rose.moreless
  • 2/4/09
    An appreciation of John Updike with Adam Gopnik, a writer, essayist and commentator, is primarily known for his work published by “The New Yorker”, for which he has written since 1986. In this episode, John Updike reflects on his writing process, Rabbit, and mortality.
  • MySpace / David Dernby
    Episode 0203
    A conversation with Chris DeWolfe And Tom Anderson, founders of and a conversation with David Denby about his book "Snark" In this episode, Chirs DeWolfe & Tom Anderson explain what Myspace is, David Denby discusses the difference between snark and satire, and the future of snark in the media.
  • A conversation with artist Shepard Fairey about his portrait of Barack Obama, The World Economic Forum in Davos with Martin Wolf and a conversation with Simon Sebag Montefiore about his book "Sashenka." In this episode, Martin Wolf explains how bad the economy really is and fixing the economy, artist Shepard Fairey discusses his iconic Obama image, and Simon Sebag Montefiore speaks on Putin's fascination with Stalin and the inspriation for Sashenka.moreless
  • 1/30/09
    Update on the Economy with Martin Feldstein, David Leonhardt, Chuck Schumer and Jack Welch and a conversation with actor Benicio del Toro about the film "Che" In this episode, Martin Feldstein and Chuck Schumer speak on the stimulus package, David Leonhardt explains debt management, Jack Welch comments on bonuses on Wall St., and actor Benicio Del Toro discusses Che and Fidel, and his interest in Che Guevara.moreless
  • 1/29/09
    An appreciation of John Updike with Judith Jones, Senior Editor and Vice-President at Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., David Remnick and Sam Tanenhaus
  • John Grisham
    Episode 01.28.09
    A conversation with author John Grisham
  • A Conversation With Jimmy Carter, Former President Of The United States || A Conversation With Nascar Sprint Cup Race Car Driver Jimmie Johnson
  • A Conversation About The 81St Academy Award Nominations With A.O. Scott And David Denby || A Conversation With Fomer Rep. Lee Hamilton, Woodrow Wilson International Center
  • A Conversation About The 81St Academy Award Nominations With A.O. Scott And David Denby || A Conversation With Photographer Scout Tufankjian About Her Book "Yes We Can"
  • A Conversation With Fred Dicker, Statewide Editor Of The "New York Post" About Caroline Kennedy Withdrawing Her Bid For The U. S. Senate Seat Vacated By Hillary Clinton || A Conversation With Jack Keane, Retired Four-Star General And Former Vice Chief Of Staff Of The United States Army, And A Defense Analyst.moreless
  • A Conversation About Obama'S First Day In Office As President With Jake Tapper || A Conversation With David F. Swensen, Chief Investment Officer At Yale University
  • Inauguration Coverage
    Episode 01.20.09
    Coverage of the Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama with Barton Gellman, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Al Hunt, Tom Friedman, Vernon Jordan and Jon Meacham
  • Pre-inauguration Coverage
    Episode 01.19.09
    Pre-Inauguration coverage with Matt Bai, James Clyburn, Jim Fallows, Katty Kay and Al Hunt
  • Rahm Emanuel
    Episode 116
    A conversation with Rahm Emanuel, Incoming White House Chief of Staff. In this episode, Rahm Emanuel talks about the similarities between himself and Obama, the differences between working for Bill Clinton and working for Obama, why he took the job, and on changing the way Washington does business
  • 1/15/09
    A conversation with actor Frank Langella of "Frost/Nixon" and an update on Gaza with Rashid Khalidi, Edward Said Professor of Modern Arab Studies at Columbia University, Roger Cohen of "The International Herald Tribune" and David Makovsky of The Washington Institute's Project on the Middle East Peace Process.
  • Steve Jobs / Lee Scott
    Episode 0114
    A conversation with Lee Scott, CEO of Wal-Mart and a conversation about Steve Jobs with Michael Arrington of TechCrunch. On January 14, 2009 Apple chief Steve Jobs to take medical leave of absence through June. In this episode, Lee Scott speaks on the effects of the financial crisis, health care reform, and how Wal-Mart has changed.moreless
  • 1/13/09
    A conversation about the film "Defiance" with Daniel Craig, Liev Schreiber, Leon Wieseltier and Ed Zwick. The film is about three Jewish brothers escape from Nazi-occupied Poland into the Belarussian forest, where they join Russian resistance fighters and endeavor to build a village in order to protect themselves and others in danger and Part two of a conversation with David Sanger, White House correspondent for "The New York Times" In this episode, Daniel Craig and Liev Schreiber speak on joining the cast of "Defiance," while the "Defiance" panel discusses making moral sacrifices, and David Sanger comments on how China benefited from the Iraq War and our vulnerability to nuclear attacks.moreless
  • Part One of a conversation with David Sanger, White House correspondent for "The New York Times" and a conversation about President Bush's Final Press Conference with Jon Meacham, Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Robert Draper In this episode, David Sanger speculates on whether Iran will eventually acquire a nuclear weapon and the 2007 National Intelligence Estimate on Iran, Sheryl Gay Stolberg discusses the impact of 9/11 on President Bush, Jon Meacham comments on President Bush's last press conference, and Robert Draper talks about the mindset of President Bush as he leaves office.moreless
  • A conversation with author Mitch Albom and a discussion about National Intelligence with David R. Ignatius author and columnist for "The Washington Post", Mark Lowenthal, President and CEO of the Intelligence & Security Academy and John McLaughlin, former American Deputy Director of Central Intelligence and former Acting Director of Central Intelligence.moreless
  • Mike McConnell
    Episode 0108
    A conversation with Mike McConnell, Director of National Intelligence In this episode, Mike McConnell comments on intelligence failures over Iraq's weapon of mass destruction, the lessons of intelligence failure, Iran's nuclear capability, and why his worries about Pakistan are "near the top."
  • 1/7/09
    A conversation with Bob Simon of 60 Minutes and with Mitchell of NBC News. In this episode, Andrea Mitchell speculates on what Obama's Middle East policy will be, and Bob Simon spaks on the conflict and staying pessimistic about a solution.
  • A conversation about Obama's economic stimulus package with Joseph Stiglitz and Martin Feldstein and a conversation with L?©o Apotheker, co-CEO and a member of the Executive Board of SAP AG and Andrew Mcafee of the Technology and Operations Management Unit at Harvard Business School. In this episode, Martin Feldstein comments on the result of government investment in banks, and Joseph Stiglitz says he's pessimitstic about the new stimulus program and the economy is hemorrhaging.moreless
  • An update on Israel and Gaza with Aluf Benn of Ha'aretz, David Ignatius of The Washington Post, Martin Indyk of The Brookings Institute and Ghaith Al-Omari of The New America Foundation, an appreciation of anti-apartheid activist and politician Helen Suzman who died on January 1, 2009, and a conversation about the Obama transition with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News. In this episode, Aluf Benn speaks on Israel's objective, Ghaith Al-Omari discusses Hamas' objective, Martin Indyk says this is Ehud Barak's war, and David Ignatius compares conflict to Israel's 2006 war with Hezbollah.moreless
  • 1/2/09
    An appreciation of English dramatist, actor and theater director Harold Pinter who died on December 24, 2008
  • 1/1/09
    A conversation with director Sam Mendes about his film "Revolutionary Road" and a conversation with director Bryan Singer about his film "Valkyrie." In this episode, Sam Mendes explains why it took so long for "Revolutionary Road" to be made into a movie, and Bryan Singer talks about why he made the movie "Valkyrie."moreless