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AIRED ON 12/10/2013
Season 10 : Episode 34
TONIGHT AT 11:30PM
Season 10 : Episode 35
Tonights guest is another author, George Packer who talks about his book "The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America".
NEXT EPISODE AIRING TONIGHT 11:30PM ON Comedy Central
Tonight Stephen Colbert talks with popular author Elizabeth Gilbert about her new book "The Signature of All Things".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes contributing editor Alex Blumberg for NPR's "Planet Money".
Stephen Colbert's first guest this week is Harvard professor David Keith, author of the book "A Case for Climate Engineering".
Stephen Colbert's guest tonight ist CEO and president of the Ford Motor Company.
Stephen Colbert welcomes Bryan Stevenson the founder of "The Equal Justice Initiative".
Stephen Colbert talks with Ed Stone, scientist on the Voyager Project.
Stephen Colbert welcomes David Goleman, author of the book, "Focus: The Hidden Driver of Excellence".
Stephen Colbert's last guest this week is famous tv and movie director J.J. Abrams co-author of the novel "S".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes mulit-talented artist Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam knows as "M.I.A" presenting her new album "Matangi".
Tonight Stephen Colbert talks with Rick Santorum about his recently new job as CEO of the EchoLight Studio, a "Faith & Family" film company and their new film "The Christmas Candle".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes Steve McQueen, director of the movie "12 years a slave".
Tonight Stephen Colbert talks with Brooklyn based social internet entrepreneur Alexis Ohanian.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes the "Blind Boys of Alabama" a gospel group founded seven decades ago with the goal of inspiring its audiences to overcome disadvantages and focus on the achievable.
In tonight's show, Stephen talks with historian David Christian, the originator of the term "Big History".
Stephen Colbert welcomes author Peter Baker promoting his book, "Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House". Peter Baker is a longtime political writer and has been White House correspondent during three different presidencies.
Tonight Stephen Colbert's guest ist Daniel E Liebermann author of the book "The Story of The Human Body: Evolution, Health, and Disease" and chair of the department of human evolutionary biology at Harvard University.
Tonigth Stephen Colbert talks with "Brian Lehrer" host of WNYC Radio's daily call-in program, covering politics and life, locally and globally.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes famous basketball player Julius "The Doctor" Erving who talks about his autobiography "Dr. J: The Autobiography" by him and co-author Karl Taro Greenfeld.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes NYC based reporter David Folkenflik who talks about his new book "Murdoch's World".
Instead of guest Bill Bryson, Stephen Colbert welcomed Zack Sims, co-founder of the "Codecademy".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes young but higly accomplished scientist and cancer researcher Jack Andraka.
Tonight Stephen Colbert interviews American poet Billy Collins who talks about his new book "Aimless Love: New and Selected Poems"
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes the actor Orlando Bloom who currently stars in a Broadway version of "Romeo and Juliet".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes British Renaissance man Stephen Fry who currently stars in Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" on Broadway.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes PBS news anchors Gwen Ifill & Judy Woodruff.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes Pulitzer Prize winning author Andrew Scott Berg who talks about his new book "Wilson" about former President "Woodrow Wilson".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes Canadian band "The Reflektors" aka "Arcade Fire".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes the co-authors Reed Albergotti and Vanessa OConnell who talk about their book about Lance Armstrong's fraudulent career and subsequent business success based on it.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes famous actor Tom Hanks, promoting his new biographical action movie "Captain Phillips".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes the "Parkland" actor Paul Giamatti.
Stephen Colbert welcomes James Spithill, the youngest skipper winning the Americas Cup.
Tonght Stephen Colbert welcomes American journalist and Pulitzer Prize winner David Finkel, the author of "The Good Soldiers" and "Thank you for your service".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes Chris Matthews who talks about his latest book, "Tip and the Gipper: When Politics Worked".
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes Daniel Radcliffe who talks about his new dramatic role, playing Beat poet Allen Ginsberg.
Tonight Stephen Colbert welcomes Vince Gilligan the "Breaking Bad" showrunner.