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Episode #18200

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Series Description: Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and scientists in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.

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    In the first segment Rose joined guests to discuss the previous day's coup in Pakistan. Foreign Affairs' editor James Hoge and managing editor Fareed Zakaria explained how Pakistan's corrupt government, the military and government infighting, and economic decline were the driving factors behind army chief-of-staff Pervaiz Musharraf's decision to seize control of the government and arrest Prime Minister Sharif. They discussed how the coup may affect the already shaky India-Pakistan relations and the countries' nuclear posture. The second segment featured a conversation with Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. on his documentary series to be aired on PBS, entitled "Lost Wonders of the African World." He discussed how he traveled to twelve African countries to document the history of the continent, which has been denied its true history by Western civilization, how he uncovered over 50,000 undocumented 14th Century African history books, and the way African history will be rewritten in coming years. The third segment featured an interview with world class violinist Isaac Stern on his memoir, "My First 79 Years." He talked about why he chose to write about his first 79 years, his favorite conductors, why he would never play with German and Austrian orchestras, his love and appreciation of teaching, whether he strives to perform again, and his ambition to help make the world a better place. The program finished with a tribute to Wilt Chamberlain, who had died of heart complications, and included an excerpt from an interview on Rose from 1991. [56 minutes]

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    In the first segment, Rose joined guests to discuss the Senate's defeat of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. The New York Times' R.W. Apple and US Representative to the United Nations Richard Holbrooke discussed the implications of the defeat. Apple explained the politics of the vote in Washington and the significance of this defeat for Clinton; Holbrooke said that the vote was a setback for US foreign policy but will not alter the US' role as the world's superpower. The second segment featured a conversation in which actor John Malkovich talked about his upcoming film, "Being John Malkovich." Following a montage of his works, the acclaimed actor discussed how he became involved in the unique script about the cult of celebrity and people's fascination with other's lives. He then talked about why he leads a very private life and lacks interest in other's private lives, his thoughts on the content of films today, why he takes life in stride, living in France, and his fortune in life. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9205

    The first segment featured a conversation in which director Martin Scorsese discussed his recent film, "Bringing Out the Dead." He talked about the film, in which a paramedic worker played by Nicholaus Cage faces the realities of his job, the history of his film interest, his upcoming film starring Robert DeNiro and Leonardo DiCaprio, how he chooses actors with purpose, flaws, and integrity, and his genre of filmmaking. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9206

    The first segment featured a conversation with Hewlett-Packard president Carelton Fiorina. The recipient of The Most-Powerful-Woman- in-Business-award by Fortune Magazine, she discussed why she left her start-up company Lucent Technology to become the CEO of Hewlett-Packard, her objectives for the company, her thoughts on being a woman in business, and why companies are focusing on talent and merit rather than gender. The next segment featured a conversation with pop singer Marc Anthony. The Puerto Rico-born salsa artist discussed why the current pop-Latin movement is an inaccurate measure of the Latin experience to Americans, his musical background, his thoughts on acting in Martin Scorsese's upcoming film, "Bringing Out the Dead," the fortune he has had in his life, and his love of singing. In the last segment, Rose engaged Dallas Cowboy owner Jerry Jones for a conversation on Michael Irvin's future following his severe back injury, the Cowboys' game this season, his smooth relationship with Jimmy Johnson, his thoughts on the 49'ers' long-term success, his goal for the Cowboys to be the record-holding Super Bowl winners, and his hopes to be in this year's Super Bowl. [56 minutes]

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    The first segment featured a conversation in which World Wide Web Consortium director Tim Berners-Lee discussed how he originated the idea for the web nearly six years ago, the threats facing the Internet revolution today, the role of government in Internet regulation, the difference between filtering and censorship, and how the Internet is likely to evolve in the next decade. The second segment featured a conversation in which director Maro Chermayeff and executive producer James Redford discussed their film, "Kindness of Strangers," which depicts the medical miracle of donating organs. Executive director and organ recipient James Redford described why he dedicated his life to educating the public on this matter; the film's producer, Maro Chermayeff talked about the angle which they approached the documentary--to track the human side of human organ transplants-- the emotional toll of making the film, and how the film is so touching and should evoke positive responses from the public. The last segment featured a conversation with Ed Koch on his book, "Giuliani: Nasty Man." The former mayor explained that his purpose in writing the book criticizing New York Mayor Giuliani was not to damage his successor's chances for a Senate seat and discussed why he used to support Giuliani before his mean spirit really came out. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9209

    Rose engaged national security advisor Sandy Berger for a full-hour conversation about the role of the US in world politics today. Berger discussed the contents of his speech that night to be given in New York about whether the US should become a global leader or a more isolationist country, the need to convince Americans to support a greater international role in diplomacy, the failure of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and its impact on nuclear proliferation of arms, and the role of Congress in derailing the national defense program. He explained America's global interests in stopping terrorism, nuclear arms proliferation, keeping peace abroad, opening world markets, and in continuing American prosperity, but also emphasized that America cannot take the role as global policeman. He talked about the increasing significance of China and Russia in world politics, his afterthoughts on the US role in Kosovo, and President Clinton's accomplishments in foreign policy and his goals for the rest of his term. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9210

    The first segment featured a conversation with Antonio Banderas. The Spanish-born actor joined Rose to discuss his directorial debut in "Crazy in Alabama," which stars his wife Melanie Griffith, the film's plot, his first love of acting, how he learned directing, his experience working with Griffith, and his enjoyment in making the film. He then turned to a discussion on his career, including his upbringing in Malaga, the origin of his acting interest, his reluctance to return to the theater, his appreciation in working with Anthony Hopkins, and his future in the industry. The second segment featured a conversation with author James Stewart on his book, "Blind Eye: How the Medical Establishment Let a Doctor Get Away with Murder," on the true story of Swango, a convicted killer still practicing medicine. Stewart explained how the doctor was branded from the beginning as a psychopath obsessed with death but was still able to graduate medical school, the origin of his killing spree in medical school, an account of the cases Swango was not convicted for committing, including the death of his fiance, and whether he believes Swango will be prosecuted by the Justice Department. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9211

    The first segment featured a conversation with author Scott Turow on his book, "Personal Injuries: A Novel." He explained the plot, which explores the character of a criminal personal injury lawyer faced with many trials, and his own experiences as a prosecutor as well as a defense attorney. He talked about people's struggles between good and bad, his interest in character, where he writes his novels, and the extent to which his confidence has flourished since his hit novel, "Presumed Innocence." In the second segment, Rose joined guests to discuss a retrospective being exhibited in New York on the life and legacy of artists Charles & Ray Eames. Architects Ming Fung and Craig Hodgetts, composer Elmer Bernstein and The Eames Office director Eames Demetrios discussed why the Library of Congress wanted to collaborate with the Vitro Design Museum to exhibit the Eames' vast collection of artwork and belongings to the American public, who are virtually unaware of the family's contribution to the art and design world. They exchanged views on the couple's contribution to the philosophy of life through design. The third segment featured a conversation with authors Susan Tift and Alex Jones on their book, "The Trust," which traces the history of the Salzburger family that has owned the New York Times since its inception. The husband and wife team discussed the difficulty in writing a book together, how they were given complete access to Salzburger family information, and how being Jewish affected the Salzburger's management of the NY Times. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9212

    The first segment featured a conversation with Kay Redfield Jamison on her recent book, "Night Falls Fast: Understanding Suicide." The psychiatrist who was first recognized for her story about her own battle with manic depression, "Unquiet Minds," explained why she wanted to inform the public on the pervasive illness of suicide in the country, discussed why depression is almost always a precursor to the illness, and described why she included her own attempt of suicide in the book. In the second segment Rose joined author Pete Hammill to discuss his recent book, "Diego Rivera," on the life and legacy of the world-famous Mexican painter. He discussed Rivera's passion for Mexico and ambition to be an artist, his fascination with Rivera's ties with Communism, how he conducted his research, and the political climate of Mexico. The last segment featured a conversation in which Adele Logan Alexander discussed her book tracing her African-American family roots entitled, "Homelands and Waterways: The American Journey of The Bond Family, 1846-1926." She talked about how her family story is a microcosm of the American experience, how she acquired information on her family apart from oral stories, her objective to demonstrate the similarities between African American and white families, and what she learned about herself as a result of her research. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9213

    The first segment featured a conversation with journalist Chris Matthews. The anchor of CNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" discussed his recent book entitled, "Hardball." He first discussed his love of journalism and his involvement with the Democratic Party, why he votes Clinton the best politician and spin doctor in the history of the US, Clinton's failure in attempting grandeur, Clinton's mishandling of healthcare reform, and why Clinton's legacy will not be remembered in a positive way. He then assessed the current candidacy for president in 2000, including the reasons behind Bush's success, the possibility of a Bush-Dole ticket, why Gore is likely to get the Democratic nomination, and Bradley's appeal to the Caucasian Democratic division. In the second segment, Rose engaged actor Angela Bassett in a conversation about her upcoming film, "Music of the Heart." She discussed why she took the role as a principal in the Wes Craven film about music in school, how she prepared to work with Meryl Streep, the evolution of her acting career beginning as a child growing up in the projects of St. Petersburg, the plethora of women's roles available today, her love of the stage, and her gratitude over the her mother's support. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9214

    The first segment featured a conversation with former president Jimmy Carter. On the release of his book, "Sources of Strength," Carter joined Rose to discuss the meaning of faith in his life, explaining when he has looked to faith in God during his political career, his strong belief in God, and the need to forgive all people. He then turned to current politics and his thoughts on the race for the 2000 election. The second segment featured a conversation in which actor John Malkovich talked about his upcoming film, "Being John Malkovich." Following a montage of his works, the acclaimed actor discussed how he became involved in the unique script about the cult of celebrity and people's fascination with other's lives. He then talked about why he leads a very private life and lacks interest in other's private lives, his thoughts on the content of films today, why he takes life in stride, living in France, and his fortune in life. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9215

    In the first segment, live from the Metropolitan Museum in New York, Rose joined country-western singer/songwriter Kris Kristofferson on his latest release, "The Austin Sessions." Kristofferson first discussed his recovery from triple bypass surgery and his new lease on life, his strong relations with other country western stars, including Willie Nelson, the content of "The Austin Sessions," and his thoughts on writing a memoir. The second segment featured a conversation on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's first exhibition displaying ancient Egyptian artwork, which includes art pieces and sculptures from the Pyramid Age. The exhibition's curator Dorothea Arnold and director Philippe de Montebello discussed the significance of the Old Kingdom's art and its depiction of society, including the value of life and expression, the meaning of beauty, and the fascination with afterlife. The two then assessed various sculptures that are part of the exhibition. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9216

    The first segment featured a conversation on the book "The American President," which was written in collaboration with the PBS documentary series to be aired this month tracing the history of the American presidency. Author Philip Goodheart III and contributor Hugh Sidney joined Rose to discuss the project in which they examined the forty-one presidents in efforts to discern the leaders' strengths and flaws. Topics included: the nature of the interviews with living presidents, the "best", "worst", and "smartest" presidents, and how the presidency and politics have evolved over the years. The next segment featured an interview with the New York Times' Adam Nagourney on the current race for the New York senate between Hillary Clinton and mayor Rudi Giuliani. He explained the unique circumstances surrounding the race, including the fierce nature of the contenders' campaigns, why New Yorkers are more involved than ever in a city election, and whether Hillary Clinton will use her husband's political clout to beef up her campaign. The last segment featured a conversation with Michael Patrick McDonald on his book recounting the tragedies and triumphs of his life growing up in South Boston in the Irish-immigrant projects, entitled "All Souls: A Family Story From Southie." He talked about the difficult time he had coping with the murders of three of his brothers, the culture of death created by the Irish Mafia, busing, and drugs in his community, and the overarching sense of community that his neighborhood still has despite the crime. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9217

    The full program featured a conversation with Mariah Carey. The pop diva discussed her involvement in writing, producing, and singing for her new album, "Rainbow," her early exposure to music by her opera-singer mother, the positive influence growing up with her single mother, her innate love of music, the evolution of her career beginning as a Brenda K-Star back-up singer, and her first record deal with CVS Records. She then discussed her recent career moves, including her decision to change her image to a more self-expressive way, a move from mass appeal music to rap, her divorce from her producer husband, her desire to act, her effort to become happier and more at peace with herself, and the way in which her confidence grew as a result of the changes. She discussed her security in her relationship with Latin superstar Louis Miguel. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9218

    The first segment featured a discussion on "Interview," the 30th-year anniversary of the provocative, new-age magazine created to go behind-the-scenes with the stars. The magazine's editor-in-chief Ingrid Sischy, photographer David LaChapelle and contributor Jon Bon Jovi joined Rose to discuss why "Interview" is different from other pop-culture magazines, including its mission to get to know celebrities on deeper levels, incorporate more creativity in its stories and photographs, and be its own trend setter. The second segment included a conversation with Gene Hackman and Daniel Lenihan on their collaborative effort in writing the recently released novel, "Wake of the Perdido Star." The Santa Fe neighbors discussed why they decided to write a novel together about a deep-water investigation story, the origin of their idea, their duel interest in writing and deep sea diving, and how they wrote the book. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9219

    The first segment featured a conversation with Bryant Gumbel about his new post as co-anchor of CBS' premier morning program, "The Early Show." Gumbel discussed why he agreed to co-anchor the program, the evolution of morning shows to being the central money-making business for networks, his goals for "The Early Show" to compete with NBC,CBS and Fox morning programs, his thoughts on the failure of "Public Eye with Bryant Gumbel," and the happiness and satisfaction he feels at this moment in his life. In the second segment, Rose joined author Michael Lewis for a conversation about his new book, "The New, New Thing," in which he attempts to comprehend the people and disposition of Silicon Valley, including the democrazation of capital and the story of billionaire entrepreneur Jim Clark. He described how Clark is one of the biggest driving forces behind the economy's boom, including his innate desire to change the world, and the looming war between Wall Street and Silicon Valley. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9220

    In promotion of a special series to be launched on PBS including lengthy conversations with well-known guests, Charlie Rose previewed part of a conversation with Meryl Streep that will begin the series. She discussed her upcoming film, "Music of the Heart," her eight week crash-course in violin training for the film, director Wes Craven's letter asking her to play the role of an East Harlem violin teacher, the responsibilities in playing a living person, and why she has decided to take up the violin. The second segment featured a conversation with German foreign minister Joschka Fischer, in which he discussed Germany's role in European policy, his hopes for a stronger and more united US-Europe alliance, the future of bi-lateralism vs. globalization, the effect of post-Hitler childhood, his fear of European nationalism, the threat of Russia and China on world stability, and the future of Milosevic. The last segment featured a discussion on the recent film, "Boys Don't Cry." Actor Hilary Swank and director Kimberly Peirce joined Rose to discuss the film based on the true story of Tina Brandon, a young woman who lived as a boy and who encountered tragedy when her secret was uncovered. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9221

    This program featured several conversations on the current Microsoft trial. First, Microsoft consultant Charles F. Rule joined the program to discuss Judge Penfield Jackson's rule in the finding of fact portion of the trial ruling Microsoft guilty in acting as a monopoly, including his disappointment and disagreement in the decision, why Microsoft does not harm consumers, and why he believes Microsoft will prevail. Then Microsoft executive vice president Robert Herbold shared his view on the case, including his trust in the justice system, commented on Microsoft's hopes to settle, and discussed the extent to which the computer software industry has flourished in the past decade. The next conversation included a discussion with Ken Auletta, in which the New Yorker reporter explained the finding of fact ruling and whether Microsoft could successfully appeal the case, the government's opposition to settling, the possible repercussions for Microsoft, including signing off on their code and the breakup of the company. He asserted that the judge will find Microsoft guilty of antitrust. Finally, Connecticut attorney general Richard Blumental and Newsweek's Jared Sangberg discussed the damaging evidence provided in Bill Gates' deposition, why a Microsoft breakup is unlikely, and the conservative nature of the judge's ruling. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9222

    The full hour was dedicated to a conversation with US Department of Justice attorney David Boies to discuss the previous day's Microsoft antitrust ruling. He discussed his approach to the case, his deep interest in antitrust law, the importance of fact in antitrust law, the terms of the case, why Microsoft hurts consumers by preventing competition, Gates' rebuttal, and how a judge-only case affects lawyer's tones. He then discussed his early days as a trial lawyer, why successful lawyers must be smart, careful, compulsive and have endurance, the nature of cross-examination, his aversion to risk, the mistakes made by Microsoft's defense, and how he sees himself as a lawyer. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9223

    First, Rose joined film director Barry Levinson for a conversation about his upcoming film, "Liberty Heights." The acclaimed filmmaker talked about the film's plot, which deals with hate crimes and discrimination issues prevalent in 1954, his objective to translate his images onto film, whether he feels he has succeeded in previous films, why he chose an unknown cast, his future plans in filmmaking, working with Robert DiNero and Billy Crystal on "Analyze This," and the genesis of his film career. The second segment featured a conversation with former NCAA basketball coach Dean Smith on his recent book, "A Coaches Life." He talked about his career coaching North Carolina basketball, his love of golfing, his coaching techniques, college vs. pro basketball, the Duke vs. UNC rivalry, and politics in sports. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9224

    The first segment featured a conversation with Henry Grunwald. The former editor of Time discussed his struggle over the loss of sight late in his life recounted in his recent book, "Twilight: Losing Sight, Gaining Insight." He talked about first being diagnosed with a degenerative disease that lacks a cure, his learned appreciation of sight, the extent of his blindness, and how he as adapted his life as a result of the disease. In the second segment, Rose joined filmmaker Ric Burns on his documentary, to be aired on PBS as a six part-series in late November, on New York's history. He commented on his mission to portray New York's transformation from a migrant enclave to a representative of America's political, economic, and cultural goals. The last segment featured a conversation in which writer Doon Arbus and photographer Richard Avedon discussed their collaborative book, "The Sixties." The two discussed the origin of their book, which chronicles the decade of the sixties through verse and picture, how they documented the decade, the social and political changes that occurred, and the way a photograph depicts the photographer's disposition. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9225

    The first segment featured a conversation with New York Times film critic Janet Maslin on her career in journalism. She talked about her decision to leave her job at NYT, her assessment of this year in film, her book "Guide to the Best 1,000 Movies Ever Made," her favorite film, "Lawrence of Arabia," her favorite director, Alfred Hitchcock, her longtime love of film, her filmmaking methodology, an analysis of her recent review of "The Insider," her thoughts on the holiday in film, influential film critics in her life, her close relationship with Vincent Canby, and the impact of reviews on films. Rose then joined boxing promoter Don King for a discussion on the upcoming weekend's boxing rematch between Holyfield and Lewis. He shared his enthusiasm and support for the rematch, why he doesn't support the draw of the March 13 match, his love of America, his rematch prediction, his tense relationship with Mike Tyson, and whether he considers himself a subject of racism. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9226

    The first segment featured a conversation with film director Tim Burton. He talked about his love of fantasy, imagery and surrealism, the origin of his interest in the legend of Sleepy Hollow and the headless horseman, the subject of his current film, "Sleepy Hollow," his perception of directing in Hollywood, and how he directs a film. Next, actor Johnny Depp joined the conversation to discuss his role in "Sleepy Hollow." Following a montage of his works, he talked about his career in film, including his aversion to watching his films, why he acts, the downsides of acting, his close relationship with Tim Burton, working with an all-star cast, his lack of regret in his life, his hostility towards the papparrazi, and how the birth of his firstborn child, Lily Rose, changed his life. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9227

    The full hour of the program featured a conversation with best-selling author Michael Crichton. He joined Rose to discuss his new book, "Timeline," which explores quantum teleportation, his interest in writing about complex issues facing society, the plot of his book and why it returns to the occurrences in Fourteenth-century Europe, his overarching interest in ideals and events rather than human character, the root of human motivation, his love of reading, and why he disapproves of the Internet. He then turned to his thoughts on politics, pop culture, and the media and discussed whether he considers directing again, his quest for self-understanding, his interest in Sigmund Freud, violence in America, and where he spends his money. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9228

    The first segment featured a conversation with Richard Holbrooke. The US ambassador to the United Nations joined Rose to discuss the deal he helped broker between the US and UN in repaying the US-owed billion dollar debt to the international body, Congress' role in getting the deal passed, the terms by which the US will pay $926 million to the UN in exchange for tougher restrictions. Other topics included: the ongoing peace process in East Timor, Kosovo and Bosnia, the UN role in Chechnya, and his working relationship with Madeleine Albright and Strobe Talbott. The next segment featured a conversation about the controversial film, "Dogma." Screenwriter Kevin Smith and actor Chris Rock discussed the film's plot about two fallen angels, why the film offended the Catholic League and why people should see the film to open their minds. The last segment included a conversation with entrepreneur Jay Walker. The founder and vice-chairman of Priceline.com discussed the origin of his company, which provides customer-set prices for products, the future of online shopping, and the way priceline.com profits from the airline industry. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9229

    The first segment featured a conversation in which author Garry Wills discussed his book, "A Necessary Evil: A History of Distrust of Government." He explained why he believes that the legislative branch is the all-powerful body of government, how the Constitution's meaning has devolved since its creation, the founding fathers' intentions for government, and the pivotal role of George Washington in the Constitutional Convention. The next segment featured a conversation with Jimmy Buffett. On the release of his new album, "Buffett Live: Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday," the singer discussed his love of performing live, the origin of his music, and his longstanding fame. In the last segment, world-famous composer Pierre Boulez joined Rose to discuss the evolution of his career in music. He commented on criticism he's received for his work for its modern take on classical music, his move from composer to conductor, and his hopes for his legacy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9233

    The first segment featured a conversation with Sen. Robert Torricelli (D-NJ) on his book, "In Our Words," which compiles the most profound speeches of the Twentieth Century made by Americans. He talked about the origin of his idea, the way words can change a country, the current state of progressive politics, the outlook for the 2000 congressional elections, and his conversations with JFK Jr. about running for NY senate before his fateful plane crash. In the second segment, Rose joined Bill Emmott to discuss his career as The Economist editor at the end of the Twentieth Century. The London-based journalist discussed Europe's resentment of US economical, political and military strength and its contempt for its social and moral behavior, why Eastern European markets have struggled for democratic reform, the Russian-Chechyan war, the content of his magazine, his support of George W. Bush for president, the complexities of a free market economy, and the interdependence of world nations. The last segment was a behind-the-scenes look at "Tumbleweeds," with a conversation with the film's star Janet McTeer and director/screenwriter Gavin O'Conner. Topics included: the film's plot, based on Angela Shelton's memoirs, the casting of the film, the film's budget, and McTeer's and O'Conner's close working relationship. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9236

    The first segment featured a conversation with George Mitchell, who played a pivotal role in the historic agreement in Northern Ireland for peace, which will end the twenty-five-year conflict between the unionists and nationalists in the country. He discussed the terms of the deal, which will grant Northern Ireland the right for its people to determine its future rule, provides a Northern Ireland government comprised of unionists and nationalists that will be followed by the decommissioning of arms of the IRA, his role in the negotiations process, why reconciliation will come gradually, the makeup of the new parliament, and the intense nature of the negotiations. The second segment featured a conversation in which Helmut Newton discussed his recent book, "Sumo." The provocative photographer discussed the origin of his unique book, which weighs six-hundred pounds and costs $1,500 and contains hundreds of his archived photos. He then talked about his childhood in Germany, his yearning to be a writer, his interest in fashion photography, the art of being a great photographer, his love of women, his ultimate love of his life, the lack of regret in his life and why he sought to photograph pornography. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9237

    The first program featured a conversation with Richard Clarke, National Security Council counterterrorism advisor, on global terrorism. First, he discussed the United States' role in preventing Afghanistan from serving as a terrorism enclave for Ossama Bin Ladden, Bin Ladden's source of chem-bio and nuclear weapons, and the threat of Syria as a potential terrorist trouble-spot. Next, he discussed the looming threat of cyber-terrorism, which is a form of information warfare whereby computer hackers decipher American systems and disrupt them, including telecommunications, power, and transportation, the need to defend American technology against cyber-terrorism, and the potential harm it could have in future foreign crises. In the last segment, actor Ray Fiennes joined Rose to discuss his role in his upcoming film, "The End of An Affair," in which he plays a jealous writer involved in a messy love affair, the character's obsession with his lover rooted in his deep fear of love, the method by which actors find their characters' emotions, why he took the role, and his future plans in the theatre. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9238

    The entire program featured an interview with actor Alec Baldwin. Following a montage of his works, Baldwin discussed his upcoming film, "Outside Providence," his thoughts on Warren Beatty running for president, his interest in campaign finance reform, global warming, and gun control, his distress over the public's cynicism and disdain for politics today, as well as its obsession with money, his love-hate relationship with his acting career, the appeal of his home state of New York, the evolution of the film industry, his adoration of actors, his thoughts on being cast in older roles, his belief in innate, rather than learned talent of actors, rather than learned, his admiration of Al Pacino, Marlin Brando, and Robert DeNiro, the difference between actors and movie stars, his disinterest in directing, his fears over his children growing up in the twenty-first century and of violence, and his passion towards making a difference in society. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9239

    In the first segment, Richard Berke of the New York Times joined Rose to discuss the current race between Gore and Bradley for the Democratic nomination, focusing on Bradley's strong position against an incumbent, the mild success of Gore's revitalized campaign, Gore's current relationship with Clinton, the makeup of the two contender's campaigns, and the outlook for the primaries. The second segment featured a conversation with Rory Kennedy on "American Hollow," her recent documentary profiling an impoverished family living in the hills of Kentucky. She discussed her experience living with the "Bowling" family, her mission to inform the public on rural life and poverty in America, and her love of documentary filmmaking. The last segment included a conversation in which the co-hosts of the upcoming Sports Illustrated awards for the 20th century, Neil Leifer and Walter Iooss, discussed their respective sports photography careers, assessing various photographs of the century and their favorite moments in sports. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9240

    Rose first joined Mike Myers to discuss his upcoming film, "Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me." The comedian/actor discussed why he decided to make the sequel to "Austin Powers: The International Man of Mystery," his experience growing up in Canada, his admiration for his father, his sorrow over his father's death, his search for his parents' approval, why he decided to write the sequel, whether being Canadian makes him funny, why he decided to take a year and a half sabbatical, how he only chooses work that speaks to his heart, and his philosophy on life and in finding happiness. The second segment featured a conversation with author Frank McCourt on his book, "Tis." The Pulitzer Prize winner discussed his thoughts on his book-turned-film, "Angela's Ashes," the evolution of his teaching career in the US, his father's struggle with alcoholism, and why he wrote a memoir late in his life. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9241

    The first segment featured a conversation on prostate cancer in light of recent statistics predicting that the number of new cases will near 200,000 by the year's end. Prostate cancer survivors Joe Torre and Michael Milken discussed their efforts to heighten awareness around the country and elicit funding for more research of the disease. Torre explained his experience fighting the disease early last year and Milken talked about his foundation, Milken, which he established to support research on the disease. The two discussed how diet, exercise, and regular check-ups can prevent cancer. In the second segment, Rose joined actor Sigourney Weaver for a discussion on her upcoming film, "Map of the World." Following a montage of her works, she discussed her character of Alice in the new film, a person facing a series of traumas, the evolution of her acting career beginning in college at Stanford, her privileged upbringing by her entertainment mogul father and actor mother, why she believes she is typecast for flawed characters, her incorporation of humor into her character Alice, her pride over her father, her experience working in Israel and the invigorating time working as a standby with Ingrid Bergman, and her thoughts on being tall. As a tribute to actor Madeline Kahn, who died at the age of 57 from ovarian cancer, the last segment featured excerpts from a previous interview on the program in which she shared her thoughts on being a comedian, her love of solitude, her lack of regret, how she is seen by others and her own self-perception. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9242

    The first segment featured a conversation with world-renowned architect Richard Rogers. The Italian-born architect discussed the origin of the Millennium Dome, his upcoming project to be unveiled for the millennium in Greenwich England, his mission to revitalize London, his love of city life, the origination and highlights of his career, including designing the Pompadeau and Lloyd's of London, his triumph over dyslexia, and an analysis of his favorite works. Rose then engaged American architect Steven Holl for a conversation about his career. He talked about his current writing project, "Elastic Horizons", which is a reflection on the evolution of architecture, the need for constant assessment of one's work, the challenges of architecture, his aspiration to create great public works rather than large homes, and his thoughts on the future of Berlin. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9243

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  • Episode #9244

    The first segment of the program featured a conversation with New York Times Thomas Friedman on the unprecedented negotiations to take place between Syria and Israel. He explained the significance of the talks between the Syrian President Assad and Prime Minister Barak, the domestic pressure in Syria leading to its desire for better relations with Israel, why Israel will eventually be required to hand over the Golan Heights, Clinton's role in acquiring the peace talks, and Barak's incentive for engaging in talks despite internal conflict within the Likud party and outside talks with the PLO. The next segment featured a conversation with newly-appointed secretary general to NATO Lord George Robertson. He first discussed NATO's role in Kosovo, to which he credited much of its success to American leadership, his initiative to engage Europe more actively in NATO matters and rebalance nuclear defense capabilities among NATO countries, what circumstances warrant NATO intervention, his certainty over Milosevic's demise upon winter's end, NATO's denouncement of the Russian offensive in Chechnya, the extent to which NATO serves as a moral authority, and the likelihood that Russia will ever be considered for NATO membership. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9245

    The first segment featured a conversation with this year's Nobel Prize winner for Medicine, Dr. Guenter Blobel. He discussed his research, which led to his groundbreaking discovery of how proteins move through cells, why it will lead to an understanding of the human genome, the way in which his research will help cancer and AIDS understanding, his love of work and science, and his plans for his future in Germany. The next segment featured a conversation with Archbishop Desmond Tutu. The Nobel Laureate discussed his book, "No Future Without Forgiveness," on South Africa's struggle coming to terms with apartheid through the Truth and Reconciliation Committee. He talked about the extent to which blacks who suffered from apartheid have acted in vengeance, Nelson Mandela and F.W. de Clerk's role in ending apartheid, and the way in which apartheid changed the lives of previous South African leaders. The last segment featured a conversation with Amartya Sen on his recent book, "Development as Freedom." The former Nobel Prize-winner joined Rose to discuss his market theory, that a democratic system is insular from famine, his definition of an equal society --where people are capable of living how and how long they want to live--and how life expectancies in New York compared with wealth makes it an inefficient society. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9246

    The first segment of the program was dedicated to a conversation with Republican presidential hopeful Senator John McCain. First, the Arizona senator discussed the New Hampshire debates, in which he came out in the lead against George W. Bush, why Americans seek leadership and vision in this race, the difficulty in creating a successful healthcare system, why he should be president, and why he believes America is the most unique country in the world. He then prioritized his issues, beginning with national security and campaign finance reform, and then explained why the political system needs reform in order to lead in the twenty-first century. Finally, McCain talked about why he made leaps in the New Hampshire polls, his desire to redirect people's attitudes towards politics, and whether he believes he can win. The last portion of the program was dedicated to an excerpt from a previous interview with writer Alex Heller, who died the night before from a heart attack at age 76. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9247

    The first half of the program featured an interview with Bill Bradley on his race for the Democratic nomination for the 2000 presidency. The former New Jersey senator discussed his campaign initiatives, including banning soft money contributions, government financed elections, and free television ads for candidates, universal healthcare reform, gun control, and minimum wage increase. He then shared his views on gays in the military, gay marriages, why he did not disclose his heart ailment to the public, and his fundamental reasons for going after the presidency, his agenda to fight back against Al Gore's misrepresentations of Bradley's campaign initiatives, and why he has the better judgement required to make executive decisions. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9248

    The first segment featured a conversation with Tom Brokaw. The NBC anchor joined Rose to discuss his recent book, "The Greatest Generation Speaks," which includes letters and reflections from people touched by his previous best-seller, "The Greatest Generation." He talked about the extensive impact the book had on people across America, the way in which his book has elicited a better understanding of WWII veterans, his pride over both books, and how he hopes Americans will strive to find meaning in their lives. In the second segment, Richard Garwin, chairman of the Arms Control Advisory Board, joined Rose to discuss nuclear non-proliferation. As co-creator of the hydrogen bomb and long-time advisor on nuclear issues, Garwin first expressed his dismay over the Senate defeat of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty and relayed his hopes that the bill will eventually be supported by America, discussed possible repercussions, including the proliferation of arms in South Asia, the current state of US anti-ballistic missile defense system, and the need for more diplomacy on the issue. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9249

    This program was the first of a special edition series dedicated to profiles of pivotal characters of the millennium, beginning with country musician Garth Brooks. Credited for bringing country music to mainstream America, Brooks discussed his career from his start in Nashville to being the single most selling musician of all time. Topics included: his upbringing in Ucon, Oklahoma, the influence of his country-singer mother, the evolution of his career, the root of his success, the infidelities of his marriage, his tense relationship with Nashville executives and Capital Records insiders, the creation of his character, Chris Gaines, his relationship with his three children, and his hopes for his legacy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9250

    This special edition of Charlie Rose featured a full hour conversation with Alanis Morissette. The Canadian-born singer/songwriter discussed the origin of her career beginning at age 10, when she wrote her first song, why she left her home for Los Angeles and for fame, how she writes music, the evolution of "Jagged Little Pill," her deep suffering at that time, her disillusion with fame, the mass appeal of her songs, her comfort with her anger expressed in her songs, her break with Catholicism, her 18-month hiatus from her career in which she visited India, the inspiration of the trip, the challenge of integrating the value of her trip into her everyday life in Los Angeles, the content of her next album dealing with reconciliation and peace, the difficulty of relationships with her life, her definition of love, her interest in film and directing, and her comfort in her life. The program finished with a live performance by Morissette. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9498

    Segment 1: Tom Friedman, The New York Times Segment 2: John Heilemann, Wired Magazine [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9499

    The first segment featured discussion on the unrest in Serbia after former president Milosevic's refusal to accept his loss in the country's recent presidential elections. Steve Erlanger of the New York Times described the situation on the ground in Serbia by phone, including the unknown location of Milosevic and the outlook for when president-elect Kostunica will take office. Ivo Daalder, Laura Silber, and Stojan Cerovic assessed the future of Serbia. The group discussed whether Milosevic will find sanctuary, whether he will stand trial for his leading role in the NATO bombing war, and the outlook for a Serbian democracy. In the second segment, deputy defense minister of Israel Epham Sneh joined Rose for discussion of the failed Middle East peace talks in Cairo, Egypt, carried out in attempt to end the recent round of fighting between Israelis and Palestinians. He shared his views on the cause of the violence, the extent to which the violence resulted from the failed Camp David talks, and Yassir Arafat's role in instigating Palestinian rock-throwing into Israeli territory. The last segment featured conversation about the newly established Frank Sinatra School of the Arts. Co-founders Tony Bennett and Harry Belefonte discussed the origin of the project envisioned by Bennett, the need for more opportunities for talented kids to hone their artistic skills in a public school, the high caliber teaching staff hired for the school, how they funded the project, and their experiences in discovering the world of music in their early years. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9501

    The first segment featured a telephone conversation with Nachum Barnea, in which the chief political correspondent of the Yediot Aharonot joined the program to discuss the continued outbreak of violence in the Gaza Strip between Israelis and Palestinians, including why negotiations are unlikely to take place soon, the precarious future of Jerusalem, his doubts that the two will engage in war, and the two peoples' ultimate desire for peace. In the second segment former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined the program to discuss the future of the Middle East in the wake of deadly fighting between the Israelis and the Palestinians, Arafat's role in antagonizing the situation, prime minister Barak's call to Israelis for peace, his confidence in Israel's ability to defend itself if the situation is elevated to war, and his belief in his country's commitment to peace given Palestinian acknowledgement of Israeli's right to live in Jerusalem alongside the Palestinians. Next, the segment included conversation with Nasser Al-Kidwa, the Palestinian observer at the United Nations, about the current crisis in the Middle East, why the blame lies with the Israelis, not the Palestinians, his belief that Yassir Arafat is incapable of doing more to assuage the situation, whether Palestinian children were encouraged to throw rocks at the Israelis by the prime minister, the impact of Alexis Sharone's visit to the Israeli Holy Shrine, the current critical point in the two peoples' relations, his inability to comprehend Israel's source of righteousness in the dispute over Jerusalem, his belief that the Israelis are willfully killing Palestinians, and the standing possibility to amend the peace process. Finally, the program featured a conversation on the upcoming film "Contender," about a woman vice presidential candidate caught up in sexual scandal, in which producer Ron Lurie and star Joan Allen discussed the film, Allen's character in the film playing a savvy politician, Gary Oldman's remarkable performance as the malevolent and contemptuous congressman, Lurie's objective for Allen's character to elicit feminine characteristics, and the director's role in a film starring great actors. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9502

    The full hour featured conversation with Steve Martin. Following a montage of his work, the acclaimed stand-up comedian, writer, and actor joined Rose to talk about the evolution of his career from comedy writer to novelist, his transition from standup to movies, the constant evolution of his writing career, the success of his first play produced in Melbourne, why it's easier to receive writing criticisms than acting criticisms, the meaningful accomplishment in his life of his work published by The New Yorker, the origin of his novella, his perception of writing as a formulation of a person's subconscious by the conscious, the plot of his book about how a man finds love in the simple beauty of a woman working in the glove department at a Neiman Marcus, the underlying theme about loneliness, the extent to which the novella mirrors his own life's experiences and relationships, his comfort with writing on serious issues, his difficulty in creating the male character in the book, his love of art, the difference between appreciating and collecting art, his aspiration to write another play, when he writes, and his experience meeting with Stanley Kubrick in London in 1980 to discuss his possible role in Kubrick's film, "Eyes Wide Shut." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9503

    The first segment featured excerpts from the night's presidential debates in Winston Salem North Carolina, and followed with analysis from a roundtable of political journalists. They discussed Bush's much improved performance addressing foreign policy and his emergence as the victor of the debate, the genuine sincerity revealed in Bush's answers, the lack of substantial differences between Bush and Gore's policy proposals, Gore's controlled responses, the need for Gore to launch more attacks on Bush's Texas policy record, Gore's conservative posture on social issues, both candidates' scramble for middle-of-the-road voters, Lehrer's minimal questioning on specific foreign policy issues--including the Middle East, the UN and Yugoslavia--and the gleeful manner in which Bush addressed the death penalty in his state. The rest of the program featured a segment previewing this fall's most anticipated television programs, including "Ed," "Gideon's Crossing," "Boston Public," and "Bette." Guests joined Rose to assess the season's programming lineup, beginning with the failure of NBC's coverage of the 2000 summer Olympic Games and last season's super-hit, "Survivor. " They discussed the future of "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" the public's overwhelming love for Regis Philbin, the outlook for reality based television; and their predictions on the future of "Titans," "The Fugitive," "The Street," and "Deadline." The group discussed which network has the best outlook this season, which are taking risks, the popularity of morning shows, and the need for some country western television programs. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9504

    The first segment featured a conversation about the crises in the Middle East after renewed violence broke out between Israelis and Palestinians the previous day. Ted Koppel of ABC News and Jerusalem mayor Ehud Olmert discussed the politics of the struggle for peace, the recent Palestinian attack on a police headquarters holding Israeli soldiers and later lynching of the three men, the impossibility of initiating peace talks amid the deadly violence, the Palestinians' disappointment over the outcome of the Camp David talks, the probability of war in the region, and the unlikelihood of Barak making additional compromises to his concessions at Camp David. In the second segment, Palestinian Liberation Organization Washington envoy Hasan Abdel Rahman joined the program to share his views on the Middle East crises, discussing the recent Palestinian killing of three Israeli soldiers and subsequent Israeli retaliation on Ramallah with targeted bombing, his peoples' deep-rooted anger over the Israeli killing of over 100 Palestinians in the past week, why Prime Minister Barak's Camp David concession giving 90% of Jerusalem to the Palestinian people was a shortfall and unacceptable to the people, the Palestinian counteroffer accepting all of the occupied territory claimed by the Israelis in 1967, his desire for peace in the region, his belief that peace is in the hands of Ehud Barak, and the ambiguous future of the Middle East. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9505

    The first segment featured a conversation with Condeleezza Rice in which the senior foreign advisor to George W. Bush discussed the politics of the crisis in the Middle East, the US leverage in the matter, Governor Bush's decision not to judge the administration's decisions about the crisis, her thoughts on the NATO bombing campaign in Serbia and why the US should have intervened earlier, her support of using NATO as a foreign policy tool, the difference in US foreign policy tactics in Europe and other areas facing crisis, her surprise over Bush's ability to relate his foreign policy agenda in a conversational manner to the US public in the debates, her certainty that Americans are interested in foreign policy, the military and free trade, Bush's strong views on military policy, his objective to tend the US' relations with its allies, the need to focus on how the US should be involved in promoting foreign democracies rather on than whether they should be involved, the governor's position on the US and United Nations peacekeeping roles in foreign nations, and why she won't assess the prospect of being appointed a cabinet office until the election is over. Next, Tim McCarver joined Rose to discuss this season in baseball, including why the season's best team is the Mets and why Alex Rodriguez is the best player, the importance of pitching in a game, the Yankees vs. the Mariners in game, pitchers, and management, his transformation from player to manager, the outlook for the Mets/Cardinals game, and his belief that the world series will be between the Mets and the Mariners. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9506

    The segment featured a panel conversation on the ongoing clash between Israelis and Palestinians in the Middle East. Journalists Fouad Ajami, Raghida Dergham, and Ghida Fakhry discussed the challenges facing prime ministers Ehud Barak and Yassir Arafat at the emergency summit taking place in Egypt, the domestic pressures facing both leaders, why the core issues of occupation need to be addressed before the violence truly ends, and how the situation is likely to conclude. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9507

    Segment 1: Third Presidential Debate Panel David Brooks, Senior Editor, The Weekly Standard David McGinty, Reporter, WJL Jay Carney, Time E.J. Dionne, Brookings Insitution Richard Lowry, Editior, National Review Ralph Reed, Advisor to Bush Campaign Ann McDaniel, Managing Editor, Newsweek [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9508

    The program featured a full hour conversation with former Singaporean prime minister and current finance minister Lee Kuan Yew. He discussed how he perceives the United States' role in the world, the evolution of the Singapore economy beginning in the 1960's, his determination to convert the Singaporean economy from third to first world standards, his most difficult task in changing his people's attitudes towards the new economy, the success of the stringent law enforcement tactics implemented in the country, why drug users are punished with the death penalty, his conflict with the Wall Street Journal about one of its reports on the integrity of the Singaporean economy, his doubt over a reunification between the North and South Korea, the inevitable reunification of Taiwan and China, his appointment of his son as deputy prime minister, why Margaret Thatcher was the toughest leader he ever met personally, the qualities inherent in a leader--including a natural zest to do things for other people--why he never commits to a task he cannot accomplish, his thoughts on the failed Middle East negotiations at Camp David, and his biggest regret in his political life. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9509

    The first segment featured a conversation with director Robert Altman on his recent film, "Dr. T and the Women," in which he talked about his expectations from actors, his interest in eliciting surprising performances by his actors, his love of reading, the most influential people in his life, Kate Hudson's outstanding performance in the film, the film's plot about a Dallas gynecologist's love affairs with women, the powerful last scene of the film. The film's star, Richard Gere, who played a distressed gynecologist surrounded by women, discussed the fulfilling experience in working on Altman's film. The second segment included a conversation with Spike Lee about his recent film, "Bamboozled," a social commentary about a film director's attempt to make a provocative production, entitled "The Minstrel Show." He discussed the satirical nature of the film, his objective to convey the diminutive way in which black performers were treated in the earlier 20th century, the film's plot about an African American television producer making a contemporary film, why New Line Cinema was the only company to produce the film, how marriage has influenced his life, the impact of age on his mental disposition, his love of sports, and the outlook for his next project. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9510

    This program was the first of a series taped at American universities in conjunction with Time Magazine and dedicated to the questions about the future. From Harvard University, a roundtable of guests joined Rose to discuss the role the next president is going to play in guiding the future of the country, the fundamental differences in the Democratic and Republican Social Security and tax agendas, whether the Democratic or Republican party provides a platform of choice for Americans, the future of the use of technology in government, known as "e-government', the deep philosophical differences between the two parties' agendas, the issues of concern to women in the election--including abortion and entrepreneurship--the effectiveness of a two-party system, the role of the US in a post-cold- war era, and the future of foreign policy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9511

    Segment 1: World Series Panel Tim McCarver, Fox Sports Roger Angell, The New Yorker Keith Hernandez, Former Baseball Player Pete Hamill, Journalist Segment 2: Henry Kissinger, Former Secretary of State [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9512

    The first segment featured a conversation with Liz Smith about her memoir, "Natural Blond," in which she divulged the stories of her life as one of the most recognized gossip writers. She began by discussing her childhood growing up in Texas with her gambler father, her early aim to please her father, falling into journalism at the University of Texas, the challenging experience of her first love being of the same sex and its negative impact on her relationship with her father, her loving relationship with her brother Bobby, her attraction to both men and women and lifelong struggle in accepting that aspect of her character, her first move to New York City, her innate interest in gossip, her adulation for Kathryn Hepburn, why she defines her own terms of her life, her fondness for Rock Hudson, the meaning of her column in her life, the definition of gossip being stories about people, and how gossip is being channeled on television. In the second segment, Aaron Sorkin joined the program to talk about his award-winning primetime drama, "The West Wing." The actor-turned-writer discussed how he originated the idea for the program, which at first only included a brief role for the president played by Martin Sheen, how he molded the president's character after his idealistic father, the character differences between the president created for "The American President," played by Michael Douglas, and the president in "The West Wing," his surprise over the %25 market share ratings for "The West Wing" on its season premier, his early exposure to theater as a child, and his love of dialogue. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9513

    The first segment featured a conversation with Ephram Sneh, in which Israel's deputy minister of defense discussed the unremitting violence in the Middle East, including the increasingly violent nature of the attacks between Palestinians and Israelis, which he said qualify as low-level warfare, Arafat's instigating role in the flare up of violence in proximate Arab states, Clinton's call for prime minister Ehud Barak to advise his people to end the violence so the parties can return to the negotiations, his certitude that Israelis are in support of peace, whether Israel is seriously considering forming a coalition government with the Likud Party, his belief that his country's position will be determined by Yassir Arafat's next move, Hezbollah's capture of three Israeli soldiers, the Israeli interest in establishing an Israeli and Palestinian state side by side, the outlook for how the Israelis are likely to respond to a self-declared Palestinian state, the positive move in holding the Camp David summit in spite of its failure, and the outlook for peace in the near future. In the second segment, Joel Schumacher joined Rose to talk about his recent film, "Tigerland," in which the director of such hit films as "St. Elmo's Fire" and "Batman Forever" discussed his recent move to making smaller, independent films, including "Tigerland," which tells the story of a basic training camp for Vietnam; his new approach to filmmaking without using special effects, stunt doubles, or new-age cinematography; the $7 million cost of the film; how he learned that sequels are only made to get more money from the public; his subsequent decision to make smaller films; the fantastic, relatively unknown actors he worked with on "Tigerland"; why he doesn't disparage Hollywood or big budget films; whether he would return to make blockbuster films, how "Tigerland" is different from other films depicting Vietnam; the many subtle messages of the film; his lifelong struggle with authority; his fascination with human behavior; and his personal goals as a man. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9514

    The first segment featured conversation in which Barry McCaffrey discussed his decision to step down as director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy at the end of this term, including why he is resigning before the next president is inaugurated, his drug policy--including his full support of prevention programs--the success of his policies in the late seventies and early eighties, the cyclical nature of drug use in America, his position on drug punishment, his support of the three strikes law, the unlikelihood that marijuana will ever be legally accepted for use for medicinal purposes, the overall decline in drug use in America, which currently has 5 million chronic users, the surplus of drug supply in the US, the difficulty law enforcement faces in capturing drug cartels, his certainty that the legalization of drugs would increase drug use in America and fail to assuage the situation, and his next plan to write a book. In the second segment, Nora Ephron joined Rose to talk about her recent film, "Luckynumbers," based on a Pennsylvania television personality who rigs the state lottery, winning $4 million. Ephron and co-star John Travolta discussed the plot of the film, Travolta's entertaining working relationship with co-star Lisa Kudrow, Travolta's unintended humor added to his role, the brilliance of director Mike Nichols, the process by which films are approved of production in Hollywood, and how Travolta felt about the reception of his film, "Battlefield." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9515

    The first segment featured a conversation with James Caan in which the actor discussed his role in the film, "The Yards." Following a montage of his works, the veteran actor talked about his recent move to Park City, Utah, his current financial and professional position in his career, his primary interest in character roles, his biggest regret, the plot of the film about the negative consequences of a young boy's mindless decisions, his pride over the film, which stars Mark Wahlberg and Joaquin Pheonix, his favorite directors with whom he's worked, the importance of enjoying the atmosphere on a set, Marlin Brando's influence on acting, and why an actor's inner life is so important in the reception of his work. The second segment included a conversation about the recent film "Girlfight." Filmmaker Karyn Kusama and star Michelle Rodriguez joined Rose to talk about the film, which chronicles the efforts of a woman to become a competitive boxer in the male-dominated sport, the difficulty in casting the lead, the risk in casting an unknown actress in the low-budget independent film, why Rodriguez decided to attend "Girlfight" as her first casting call, Rodriguez' immediate confidence that she could play the character, Rodriguez' challenge with the part--especially in showing vulnerability--and whether the film met their expectations. In the last segment, "Bedazzled" filmmaker Harold Ramis joined Rose to discuss his film starring Elizabeth Hurley and Brendan Fraser, why he decided to make a sequel despite his earlier promise not to do sequels, his love of working with Fraser and Hurley, his definition of humor, and Bill Murray's remarkable improv skills. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9612

    The first segment featured conversation in which senator John Breaux (D-Louisiana) shared his view on the nomination of senator John Ashcroft as attorney general in the Bush administration after the anticipated controversial Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearings began that day. He discussed his uncertainty over how he will vote in the matter, why Ashcroft is likely to be confirmed, how the candidate should be assessed by the Senate, the need to identify Ashcroft's priorities as attorney general and whether the senator is interested in overturning Roe vs. Wade, his friendly relationship with George Bush senior, Al Gore's political party, the positive outlook for the McCain-Feingold bill passing in the next Congress, the likelihood of a tax cut, the biggest challenge facing president-elect Bush, Bush's likeable character, and Clinton's greatest failure and achievement as president of the US. The second segment featured an interview with Benecio del Toro in which the Puerto Rican-born actor discussed his position as one of the top young male film actors today, including his upcoming roles in "Snatch," and "The Pledge," his acclaimed portrayal of a Mexican cop in "Traffic," his understanding of the character's struggle with morality in an immoral world, how he prepared for the role, Steven Soderbergh's success as a director, why the film connected with audiences nationwide, the evolution of his role in Sean Penn's "The Pledge," the satisfaction of acting, and his role in "The Usual Suspects." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9621

    The first segment featured a conversation in which Dennis Ross, former special Middle East coordinator, discussed whether the election of a new Israeli prime minister will thwart the quest for peace between Israelis and Palestinians, the likelihood of a short-term peace agreement between the two, the proceedings of the Camp David talks that led to later eruption of violence, why Arafat would not fully commit to peace in the end, both leader's complex characters, why Barak should not be judged for his actions in the Middle East prematurely, Ehud Barak's significant place in history, and the imminence of peace in the region. In the second segment, journalist Richard Berke of the New York Times joined Rose to assess President Bush's first week in office, including the smooth transition of the government, the administration's overt attempts to engage in friendly relations with Democrats and Republicans, and why Bush deserves credit for engendering a productive workweek. Finally, Mark Burnett joined the program to discuss his role as executive producer of "Survivor," after the hit reality survival program launched its second serious following the Superbowl the previous night. He shared his satisfaction over the ratings of the program, whether he was surprised over the first castaway voted off the island, the definition of the game as a contact sport of the psyche, how reality programming has changed the face of traditional television, the lower cost of the non-union production compared with other prime-time programming, how the castaways were selected in the second round, the difficulty in preventing leakage of later episodes, why all television--excluding PBS--is driven by advertising, the production staff's lack of influence on the program, his future reality program that will simulate military combat between two teams, why "Survivor" was rescheduled for Thursday nights, and the makeup of "Survivor's" viewership. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9626

    The first segment featured a conversation in which The New York Times' Tom Friedman discussed the current elections in Israel, in which Likud Party head Ariel Sharon was favored to become the next prime minister of the country. He discussed Sharon's fear that he may not succeed in his new role and the difficult decisions that the position will demand, whether Middle East peace negotiations are foreseeable in the near future, the downfall of former prime minister Ehud Barak, Israeli's anger over Barak's willingness to compromise on the peace negotiations, the dismal outlook for Middle East peace in the short-term, and how the US should approach the issue. In the second segment, New Yorker correspondent Jeffrey Goldberg joined the program to discuss the future of Ariel Sharon, Israel's Likud Party head, who was likely to be elected the country's new prime minister the following day. Goldberg shared his thoughts on Sharon after writing an extensive profile on him in a prior New Yorker issue, discussing Sharon's attempt to convey himself as a person of peace, the Israeli public's sudden rejection of Ehud Barak, Sharon's belief that he can outsmart the Palestinians through military tactics, and the differences between Barak and Sharon's military dispositions. In the final segment, famed British actor Sir Anthony Hopkins joined Rose to talk about his upcoming role in "Hannibal," the much-anticipated sequel to the award-winning thriller, "Silence of the Lambs." Following a montage of his extensive work, the Oscar-winning actor discussed how his character of Hannibal Lector evolved since "Silence of the Lambs," why people are attracted to horror films, his enthusiasm over working with Julianne Moore in the film, his growing confidence in his work, how he became an actor, his theory on acting, his satisfaction in leading a solitary life, his budding interesting in writing music, Jody Foster's amazing performance in "Silence of the Lambs," and Moore's equally impressive performance in "Hannibal." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9631

    Photojournalist Ron Haviv of Newsweek Magazine discussed his new book, Blood and Honey: A Balkan War Journal, a book disclosing his 10-year experience in the war ravaged Balkans. Dr. Craig Venter (Chairman of Celera Genomics), Dr. Francis Collins (Director of the National Human Genome Project) and Nicholas Wade (Science reporter for the New York Times) join Charlie Rose for discussion regarding the race to map the human genome. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9636

    Segment 1: Michael M. Kaiser, President, Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Segment 2: Peter Edelman, Georgetown University Law Center / Author, "Searching For America's Heart" Segment 3: David Grubin, Filmmaker, "Abraham and Mary Lincoln: A House Divided" [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9641

    A one hour special in which Charlie interviewed Dave Matthews and his band mates. The program explored the origins of the band and the influences on their music as well the new sounds on their latest album. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9651

    The first segment featured a discussion on the 2000 election battle as revealed in the recent book, "Bush V. Gore: The Court Battle and the Commentary," in which editors EJ Dionne and William Crystal discussed why they decided to chronicle the events and analysis of the election controversy. The two shared their views on the Bush administration, whether the Florida controversy has influenced his power, the outlook for Bush's $1.6 trillion tax cut proposal, the initial motivation behind Bush's tax cut as a preemptive strike against Steve Forbes' tax cut proposal early in the presidential campaigns, the unprecedented role of Dick Cheney in the vice presidency, the broad ideological range represented in the cabinet, the dynamic of ret. Gen. Colin Powell's role as secretary of state, the leading role Sen. Tom Daschle is likely to play in Congress, and the positive impact the election controversy will impart on the Democratic Party in the 2004 presidential elections. In the second segment, film and television producers Edward Squicks and Marshall Herskovitz joined Rose to discuss their longtime partnership, which has created such hits as "Traffic," slated as one of the top picks for this year's Oscars, and ABC's drama "Once and Again." The two talked about their foremost bond as friends and then as partners, their smooth collaborative relationship with "Traffic" director Steven Soderbergh, their joy over the praise awarded to "Traffic," their surprise over the public's interest in a film on the drug war, how much money they expect the film will make, their burgeoning position in the television industry, their ability to pick and choose their productions according to their own interest rather than the public's, and their interest in producing stories about the dynamic of human relationships. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9656

    This special episode featured a conversation with Walt Disney Company head Michael Eisner who joined Rose in Santa Barbara to discuss the future of the American economy. He shared his precarious outlook for the market, discussing which industries he is most concerned about--including advertising--the overall positive outlook for the media industry in the long term--which has only suffered minor losses--the need for companies to have the courage to buy during the lows and act prudently during the highs of the market, Walt Disney's position as the most profitable media company in the world, his profile as a businessman, his dual role in his company as a manager and dealmaker, his focus on content, his intention to sustain Disney as the majority shareholder in his company, his thoughts on whether he would consider buying Yahoo, why he sold Go.com, his interest in using the Internet to enhance his company, why AOL chairman Steve Case is his idol, the current threat that the Internet poses to artists' intellectual property rights, his testimony to Congress about protecting intellectual property rights, his contemplation over writing and directing a film, his plans to continue working past sixty five, and his love of email. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9661

    The first segment featured a conversation about the Taliban movement, in which Talibad envoy Sayed Rahmatullah Hashimi discussed his visit to Washington, DC--to persuade the State Department to reconsider its policy with Afghanistan--including his effort to demonstrate why Ossama Bin Laden does not operate a terrorist network and his desire to open channels to negotiations between his movement and the US on Bin Laden's political position. Barnett Rubin of NYU then shared his thoughts on US/Afghanistan relations, the Taliban's current political ties with terrorist groups, the country's state of political and economic ruin, and his belief that there is room for diplomatic relations with Afghanistan in light of its shortcomings. The two exchanged views on how the Taliban should be handled in the political arena, the need to halt Pakistan's political influence on Afghanistan, the flawed US policy with Afghanistan, the evolution of the Taliban, and the Taliban's recent destruction of the Buddhist statue in Afghanistan, which was decided by the Consul of Scholars despite international denouncement of the move. In the second segment, Sebastian Junger joined the program to talk about his role in fighting Islamic fundamentalism in Afghanistan. He discussed the origin of his interest in Afghanistan and the Taliban, the complex geopolitical issues in the Middle East, the political power of Afghan's President Massoud, Massoud's compassionate persona, his own absolute love of journalism, and the gratifying nature of writing on tragedy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9666

    The first segment featured a special conversation with Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak during his visit to Washington DC to meet with President Bush. The first topic addressed was the current Middle East violence, in which he discussed the future of the peace process, the level of distrust between the Palestinians and Israelis, the failure of the Camp David peace talks, his belief that the Palestinians will only accept peace given sovereignty over the Holy sites in Jerusalem, his role in the peace process, his plans to proceed with the sale of natural gas to Israel in spite of the fighting, his thoughts on the negative press in Egypt on Israel, his certainty that negotiations are the only path to peace, the need to construct a new meeting among Middle East peoples to resume negotiations, the message he plans to impart to President Bush on his visit, and how long he plans to stay in power in Egypt. In the second segment, Christopher Meyer joined the program to discuss the impact of the recent outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease on livestock in Great Britain, including the speed of government's response, its decision to postpone local elections because of the magnitude of the damage, whether the situation is under control, how the disease spreads, whether the US is at risk to catch the disease, the difference between Mad Cow disease and Foot and Mouth disease, the extensive measures taken by the British to contain the disease, and his confidence in Britain's success in eradicating Mad Cow disease. Next, he went on to talk about US/Great Britain relations in light of the new Bush administration and the positive outlook for a smooth Bush/Blair relationship. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9671

    The first segment featured a conversation in which Jim Naantz discussed Tiger Wood's historic win of the Masters tournament, making him the only golfer to win four consecutive majors. He explained the magnificence of the event and why he believes Tiger to be the best golfer of all time. He then discussed Tiger's remarkable concentration abilities, the likelihood of Tiger becoming the first billionaire athlete, Tiger's strict living standards he set upon himself, the other players' impressive games in the Masters, and whether he thinks Tiger will win the grand slam this year. In the second segment, director Ted Demme joined Rose to talk about his recent film, "Blow," about the story behind imprisoned drug smuggler George Jung. He explained the origin of his interest in Jung's story, why he cast Johnny Depp to play Jung in the film, how his film differs from "Traffic," the film's theme about the destruction of a family, the hardest aspect of directing, and the film's memorable soundtrack. The last segment included conversation about Bing Crosby, in which Gary Giddins discussed his new book, "Bing Crosby: A Pocketful of Dreams The Early Years, 1903-1940," including the origin of his interest in the singer, the public's misconception about his character as a lazy one, his hectic work schedule, his iron-clad will, Crosby's unique vocal sound, his broad musical range, Crosby's top five recordings, his troubling childhood, whether he was a talented actor, and his dollar worth. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9683

    The first segment featured a conversation with Intel chairman Andrew Grove in which he discussed the future of his company after it saw an 82% decline in profits during 2001's first quarter. He talked about whether he has any unsatisfied ambitions, the future of his company, his surprise over the profit numbers, his assessment of which tech companies will survive and prosper in the future, the legacy of Gordon Moore in Silicon Valley, the United States' role in global technology, and why the deployment of technology is a timely process. In the second segment, Dateline correspondent John Hockenberry discussed his first novel, "A River Out of Eden," which explores the history of the Columbia River, the difference in writing fiction and journalism, his writing schedule, his love of storytelling, and his mixed thoughts on spinal chord research following an accident that put him in a wheel chair. The third segment featured a conversation in which Charlie LeDuff of the NYT discussed his weekly column entitled, "Bending Elbow," in which he comments on New York society, his mission to document life of the current day, why he writes for The New York Times, his love of working for the Times, where he sees himself in ten years, his role as an observer, his experiences prior to his New York Times career, and whether he has changed anyone's life through his writing. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9686

    The first segment featured a conversation in which Shimon Peres, Israeli foreign minister, discussed the continuous violence in the Middle East, including his country's interest in reentering negotiations to end the rancor following a cease fire, why Palestinian leader Arafat refused the Israeli offer at Camp David, the differences between Peres' and Prime Minister Sharon's view on the Middle East, the infighting among Palestinians over the future of the state, the need for Arafat to play a more forceful and prominent role in ending the violence, and Sharon's opposition to a ceasefire. In the second segment, French finance minister Laurent Fabius discussed his recent meeting in Washington with the G-7, including the topics addressed, the financial conditions of Europe, the group's decision not to alter interest rates, the need for Japan to modernize its economic and political system, his thoughts on market-guided economies, and his view on globalization and whether it is US-driven. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9691

    The special episode featured a conversation with Andre Agassi, in which the tennis legend discussed his current position as the number one tennis player in the world. He first talked about how he envisioned a tennis career for himself beginning at age four, his father's early teaching of the sport to Agassi, the intensive training he endured in tennis at an early age, and his determination to win during that time. He then discussed the lessons he's learned since his early days, his failed marriage to Brooke Shields, their lasting friendship in spite of the divorce, the personal low-point in his career in 1995 when he slid to the 141 rank, his decision to get back into the game, his inner struggles about his pursuit throughout his career, the unmatchable challenge in playing against Pete Sampras, the synergy between the two as players, whether he considers himself to be a loner, his closest companions, his magical relationship with Steffi Graff, the emotional toll of the previous year in which both his mother and sister were diagnosed with diseases, how he brought his game to new levels as witnessed in this year's tournaments, and whether he believes he can win the grand slam this year. Finally, he shared his thoughts on his future and his excitement over what it may hold. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9696

    The first segment featured a conversation about the recent elections in Italy in which V-Coalition Center Party Silvio Berlusconi was voted the 59th prime minister in the country's general election. Claudio Gatti, Allessandra Farkas, and Richard Gardner assessed the outlook for Berlusconi's administration, his position as the wealthiest man in Italy, how that will influence his politics, his likely move to align himself with Europe, the outlook for his agenda and the makeup of his cabinet, and his use of economic power to attain political ambitions. In the second segment, Edwin Schlossberg joined Rose to talk about his new book, "Interactive Excellence: Defining and Developing New Standards for the Twenty-first Century." He first described his profession as an interactive designer, the complexity of his career, his focus on learning from other people, his recent project in which he utilized the Internet to help Americans trace their heritage from Ellis Island, and how he turns an idea into reality. The third segment included a conversation, in which Saturday Night Live star comedian Will Ferrell, in which he talked about his humorous portrayal of President George W. Bush, how the actors are chosen to personify political officials, the influence his successful imitation has had on his career, his previous portrayal of Janet Reno, Christopher Walken's remarkable performances on SNL, the experience in performing on SNL, his thoughts behind SNL's success, his next project with Ben Stiller, and his plans following the season's finale the following Saturday. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9701

    The first segment featured a conversation in which former senator George Mitchell talked about the recent call by US officials to Palestinians and Israelis to end the violence. Mitchell joined the program to elaborate on the move as outlined in the report he authored, discussing the extreme danger of the situation in the Middle East, the US call for an immediate ceasefire followed by a period in which the two will reenter negotiations, the need for the Palestinians to publicly declare a 100% commitment to peace, the need for Israel to lift its economic sanctions on Palestine, how the negotiations must take place, the committee's promise not to deal out blame to either side but to detail the facts as they saw them, and his own view on the situation as an expert in negotiations. In the second segment, former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined Rose to discuss the future of the Middle East following the US call to the Palestinians and Israelis to engage in a ceasefire immediately and to proceed with negotiations for peace. He discussed why the Palestinian aggression against Israel is reprehensible, why Arafat's concessions from Israel are far reaching, his delight that Arafat rejected Ehud Barak's offer at Camp David, and his view on the nature of the conflict. The third segment featured a conversation in which Dennis Ross of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy shared his views on the US posture on the Middle East conflagration after Colin Powell called for an immediate ceasefire, including how he would have handled the situation through a more detailed process by which the two sides must agree to negotiate, why he doesn't foresee the rancor escalating into a regional war, and his confidence that there is a path to peace despite what some experts say. He shared why his experience has led him to this understanding and his insight into how the leaders are thinking about the process. Next, Hisham Melhem joined the program to talk about the future of the Middle East, including the recent reports authored by former senator George Mitchell about how the Palestinian and Israeli people should go about peace. He talked about his belief that the Israelis have the upper hand in the situation and the fundamental unfairness of the situation, discussing why both parties must enter negotiations with new presumptions. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9706

    The full hour featured a conversation with renowned historian David McCullough. The Pulitzer Prize-winning author joined Rose to talk about his most recent biography, "John Adams," discussing his initial interest in writing about Adams, his intention in demonstrating the human qualities of Adams, his political courage, Abigail Adams' interesting character, McCullough's favorite part of the writing process of one of his biographies, the tough and brilliant dispositions of the founding fathers, George Washington's galvanizing role in the making of the republic, Adams' literary prowess and directness, Adams' immense love for his family and his farm, Jefferson's often hypocritical nature, McCullough's extreme joy in writing and learning about Adam as well as the founding fathers, Jefferson and Adam's close relationship, and why the founding fathers were unique to their time and in forming a republic. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9711

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  • Episode #9716

    This special edition featured an in-depth conversation with Sir Paul McCartney. The Beatles legend joined Rose for a live discussion on his long-spanning career as an artist. He talked about his many artistic accomplishments, including his recently published poetry and lyric book, "Singing Blackbird," the difference between poetry and songwriting, his love of family, the inspirations for many of his poems, lyrics, and writings, the evolution of his career in music and now art, whether he favors certain songs of his own, whether he has any further ambitions in the world of performing arts, his thirty year relationship with his late wife Linda, his recent art exhibition, why he will not sell any of his pieces, and his aspirations for how he plans to spend the rest of his life. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9721

    The full hour featured a conversation with Henry Kissinger. The former secretary of state in the Reagan Administration joined the program to assess the future of foreign policy as revealed in his recent book, "Does America Need a Foreign Policy?," discussing America's failure in forming solid foreign policy in the current era of globalization, including how he believes the US should handle relations with Russia, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, and Bosnia; his intention in writing the book to affect dialogue on foreign policy, how globalization is going to change the world, how America can indefinitely influence world politics, why foreign policy must be framed around values, the role of morality in politics, his proudest accomplishment in his career, whether he has any regrets, and how he has remained a part of political dialogue concerning foreign relations far beyond his political office. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9738

    The first segment featured a conversation with British native Felix Dennis in which he discussed his burgeoning publishing empire, Dennis Publishing Group, which publishes "The Weekly," "Maxim," and "Blender." He talked about his confidence in the future of "The Weekly," which serves to digest weekly news, the overwhelming success of the general interest magazine "Maxim" among American men, why men are becoming more interested in lifestyle issues, fashion and health, the large role of humor in the magazine, his interest in eclipsing Rolling Stone's readership, the fortune he earned from his business, the outlook for the publishing industry over the next fifty years, his mission to become a famous poet, his fascination with stress, and his favorite poets. In the second segment photographer Lord Snowdon joined the program to talk about his current exhibition at The Yale Center for British Art, in which over 180 of his photographs are featured. He talked about how he would like to be known as a photographer, his opposition to the notion that photography is a fine art, why he is interested in primarily filming the rich and famous, his memorable experiences shooting celebrities -- including Charlie Chaplin, Princess Diana, and Barishnykov -- and his work for the Sunday Times in London. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9743

    The first segment featured a conversation in which former Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak joined Rose to assess the current state of the Middle East, including why Israel needs support from the world before pushing the PLO out of the West Bank, his strategy to reconcile negotiations between Palestinians and Israelis, his judgment that Arafat will never make peace with Israelis, his opposition to a mission to capture Arafat, Barak's strong commitment in politics to do what is right and make his decisions accordingly, his thoughts on the downfall of his leadership, Arafat's absolute control over the future of relations between the two, his outlook on the Sharon government's posture on the issue, his thoughts on his own political mistakes, his role in former President Clinton's pardoning of Marc Rich, and how he spends his day. In the second segment, Morton Kondracke joined Rose to talk about his book, "Saving Milly: Love, Politics, and Parkinson's Disease," on his fight for research and public attention to Parkinson's Disease after his wife was diagnosed with the disease in her late adulthood. He talked about why he dismissed his successful journalism career to care for his wife during her illness, his wife's devastation over being diagnosed with Parkinson's and subsequent anger with God, how his relationship with God was strengthened throughout this period, why he decided to write the book--which in essence is about his marriage--the impact of the disease on his own moral values, his wife's current health status, the lesson of his book, that love matters more than anything, and the need for millions more dollars in funding for neurological disorders research. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9748

    The first segment featured a conversation with Craig Venter in which the president of Celera Genomics discussed the mapping of the human genome and his company's recent announcement that it will proceed in its next phase: to decipher the genome in an attempt to prevent diseases in humans. He explained how researchers are going to investigate how the sequence of genes changed or are inherently different in 40 humans and discern whether they can resequence genes to stave off disease, the challenges they face in the process, the timetable of the project, the complexity of the human genome and of finding ways to utilize the information provided by the recent discovery, his worry that some companies will over-interpret the data, leading to false discoveries, and the inability of the human genome to predict race. In the second segment, actor Jackie Chan joined Rose to discuss his latest film, "Rush Hour 2." Following a montage of the Chinese action hero and actor's work, Chan discussed his break into the American film industry following his success in Asia, his role models growing up--including John Wayne--his working relationship with his co-star Chris Tucker, his goal to become respected actor in American films, his aspiration to direct , his longtime interest in helping children, his widespread popularity in Asia, the role of comedy in his action/martial arts films, his first meeting with Bruce Lee, and his thoughts on the success of the Asian film "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9749

    The first segment featured a conversation in which Harvard psychology department chair Daniel Schacter joined the program to discuss his book, "The Seven Sins of Memory," in which he attempts to unlock some of the mystery behind memory. He discussed the fascination with memory due to the questions over its reliability, his techniques to improve short-term memory, the inability to exercise one's memory, the goal of his book--to discern memory imperfection--and the genesis of his career in psychology. In the second segment, author Gail Buckley about her book, "American Patriots," which traces the experiences of black soldiers throughout the past two hundred years. She shared her thoughts on how she became interested in these stories after finding a photograph of a black soldier who never returned from World War I, her subsequent research on past soldiers, the significant black presence in the all-volunteer troops fighting in the Gulf War, her favorite heroes and untold stories of the various wars, the absence of recognition given to early black soldiers, the overwhelming racism prevalent in the Navy, Harry Truman's historic role in integrating the armed services, the first medal of honor awarded to a black soldier in the Korean War, why Gen. Colin Powell is the perfect example of the "Be All You Can Be" motto, her utmost respect and admiration for him, and the areas of the army that could be more integrated today. The third and final segment included a conversation on the popular Internet search engine Google with its co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page. The two described how they came upon new search technology during their doctorate research at Stanford--which evolved into the popular site Google--Google's overwhelming success, it's service as strictly a search engine, their initial dislike of each other due to their argumentative personalities, how they grew to like one another, and their ability to see search trends all over the world by the second. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9753

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose met with Chris Tucker, who recently starred in the action film "Rush Hour 2" with Jackie Chan. Topics discussed include: why he feels he was justified for his $20 million salary, how Chris and Jackie improvised off of the script regularly, how Jackie Chan didn't know who Chris was before the first "Rush Hour," his childhood in Atlanta and how he became a comedian, his major influences in his life, how he knew that comedy would help his acting career move more quickly than by just trying to be an actor, how his fan base followed him and was built from his "Def Comedy Jam" days and the film "Friday," how he met President Bill Clinton while researching an upcoming role in "Mr. President," where Chris plays the first black president of the United States, how his former manager and current business partner, Tracy Kramer, has been instrumental in helping him learn about business (Tracy calls on Chris' cell phone during the interview), how the film "Dead Presidents" was his first dramatic role, Harry Belafonte's advice to him that movies should be about how life should be, not how life is, and how Chris always pushes himself to do better and to always look to the future. In the second segment, Rose interviewed Dr. Michael Argenziano and Dr. Craig Smith, both with Columbia-Presbyterian Hospital in New York. They were involved with the recent groundbreaking surgery, in which a 33-year-old woman was the first in the U.S. to receive assisted heart surgery robotically without a conventional chest incision. Topics include: the condition of Atrial Septal Defect (ASD) that led up to the patient's requirement for surgery, how that can lead to heart failure or stroke, how the procedure was actually done, the condition of the patient today, how the procedure has been around for almost five years but is still in its infancy, how it took twice as long and multiple surgeons to accomplish the procedure, how the robotic arm and camera work, the possibilities of surgery in the next 25 years, including operating on a patient from remote locations, the field of mitro valve replacement surgery, how the safety risk factors of the equipment were resolved early in its design, and the overall climate of minimal invasive surgery among patients and medical professionals. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9754

    In this one-hour segment, Charlie Rose had a panel discussion with four representatives from the MTV network: Carson Daly (host of "TRL" Total Request Live), Tom Freston (chairman & CEO of MTV Group), Judy McGrath (president, MTV Group), and Kurt Loder (MTV News). Topics discussed include: the 20th birthday of MTV, how 340 million people watch MTV worldwide, the origins of the network and its original objective, how MTV has changed to cater to a new audience, the strategic birth of VH1, the impact of "TRL" on today's youth, the evolution of today's music, the financial success of MTV, how MTV handled controversial issues such as the rap lyrics of Eminem, why the halls of MTV look more like a dorm room than a place for big business, how the success of MTV lies in making the viewer the primary focus of its mission, how 1986-87 marked the change in programming as the novelty of wall-to-wall videos began to decline, how the early 90's were considered MTV's greatest period, how MTV went dark for 17 hours to scroll hate crimes in America, how the "Rock the Vote" campaign was designed for Washington to take notice of America's youth rather than to entice the youth to register for voting, how they only air about 15 of the 75 new videos they receive each week, the connection between music, movies, and fashion, why they believe that the MTV Music Awards is the best awards show on television, the future of MTV and the music industry, insight into the latest MTV project--entitled "360"--how MTV reacted to Kurt Cobain's death, and the current cross-pollination of multicultural music in today's generation. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9758

    In the first segment, the ban on human cloning was discussed by Francis Fukuyama, Johns Hopkins University; Rudolph Jaenisch, a researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute; and bioethicist Ronald Green. Discussion included the cloning ban's growing momentum in Congress, President Bush's pending decision; the differences between therapeutic cloning and reproductive cloning; problems with cloning an embryo; cloning policies in Great Britain; the effects the House bill will have on scientific research; prohibiting Americans going abroad for treatment based on therapeutic cloning research; and when to address ethics. In the second segment, U.S. Court of Appeals judge and author Richard Posner addressed the Supreme Court verdict that awarded President Bush the election, discussing his opinion that courts should look at pragmatic information when deciding the nation's course, his surprise about the reasoning behind the decision, the general reasoning behind the judges' decisions, the role politics plays in court decisions, changes in the court, the differences between chief justices John Marshall and Oliver Wendell Holmes, the impact of economics on law, the impact of the 2000 election on future presidential elections, the possibility that more people intended to vote for Gore than Bush, how Gore did everything he could legally, historic precedents, his criticism of the High Court's handling of the Clinton-Jones case and the political impact on the country, his criticism of the Court's ruling in Roe v. Wade, and his devotion to the law profession. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9759

    The first section featured reaction to President Bush's decision to allow federal funding for limited stem cell research, including his approval of limited funding, conflicts over embryonic stem cell research, the political impact, balancing moral and scientific issues, the inevitable demand for more embryonic stem cells, Bush's performance in the media, the lack of public understanding of embryonic stem cell research, support for adult stem cell research, the need for more federal funding, and human cloning. The second segment included a re-broadcast from May 4 of a panel conversation on the future of stem cell research. Guests joined to discuss the controversial issues surrounding embryonic stem cell research, how the research is being used to treat conditions and diseases currently without cures, whether the federal government should allocate funds towards embryonic stem cell research, the Bush administration's posture opposing the use of stem cells as a product of invitro-fertilization, the difference between embryonic and adult stem cells, the definition of a stem cells, the overarching legal question regarding the point at which a human exists, and whether therapeutic cloning will be a viable alternative to embryonic stem cell research. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9763

    The full hour featured a discussion with comedian and talk show host Jon Stewart. The talk included his political satire, his changes made to "The Daily Show," his criticisms of President Bush, how politics and the office of president have evolved into managing one's image, the Bush political dynasty, the political mood in America, the current prosperity, the use and impact of the media on the nation and politics, how satire works best in times of prosperity, and his respect for David Letterman and Jerry Seinfeld. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9764

    The program featured an in-depth look at the Erotique exhibit of Picasso's erotic and sexually explicit work displayed in the Montreal Museum of Arts. The conversation began with Guy Cogeval, director of the Montreal Museum of Arts, who discussed the difficulties of sponsoring a Picasso exhibition, what made Picasso unique, and his appeal across generations. Then, Jean-Jacques Lebel, the guest curator of the Picasso Erotique exhibit, talked about his relationship with the painter, the difference between sexuality and eroticism and what makes it art, the controversy surrounding Picasso's work, his varied roles as a painter, poet, playwright, and sculptor and the impact of those talents on his paintings, Lebel's response to the criticisms of Picasso's work as misogynistic, why it is important for Picasso's sexually explicit works to be shown, and an examination of some of Picasso's work. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9768

    (This segment was originally broadcast April 20, 2001.) The first segment featured a special conversation with Metropolitan Museum of Art director Phillip de Montebello, in which he discussed the museum's upcoming exhibition on the prolific 17th century painter Vermeer. He explained his interest in demonstrating the painter's work in the context of other artists of that time and the universal attraction of Vermeer's paintings. He then commented on his favorite pieces in the collection. (This segment was originally broadcast April 20, 2001.) Next, Metropolitan Museum of Art curator Walter Liedtke joined Rose to assess the paintings included in the museum's upcoming exhibition on Vermeer. First, he discussed the range of works displayed in the exhibition, which will include many of the other prolific and admired artists of that 17th century, the public knowledge on Vermeer's life, his classification as the greatest Dutch painter in history--excluding Rembrandt--and the essence of Vermeer's greatness. He then assessed some of Vermeer's most memorable works, including "The Art of Painting," his intricate technique, his more optical approach to painting, the biggest influences on his work, the forty-five works displayed in the exhibition, why it is important to look at Vermeer's work in the context of others at his own time and the element of mystique in his work. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9769

    The first segment featured a conversation with former championship UCLA basketball head coach John Wooden, in which the ninety-year-old legend discussed his twenty-seven year career coaching the Bruins, the most rewarding aspect of coaching, his spontaneous decision to retire, coaching vs. teaching students, his reasons for designing his infamous teaching guide, "Pyramid of Success"--inspired by a poem--and his thoughts on this year's top teams. Next, former basketball hall of famers Bill Walton and Bill Russell joined former UCLA basketball head coach John Wooden for more conversation on basketball. The three discussed Wooden's career as one of the top coaches in history, why Russell never applied to UCLA, Russell and Walton's highest esteem for Wooden, the role of competition in the advancement of one's game, and the coach's role in a basketball game. Next, the group talked about their high and low points as coaches, the improvement of their quality of life over the years, whether the NBA will ever require students to wait four years after high school before beginning a professional basketball career, their thoughts on women's basketball, Wooden's aversion to dunking, and Wooden's absolute love of teaching his athletes for over twenty-five years. The conversation concluded with Wooden reciting two of his favorite poems on teaching. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9773

    The first segment featured a conversation with Catherine DeNeuve in which the acclaimed French actress discussed her upcoming film, "Dancer in the Dark," her close relationship with her children and her initial unease with their decisions to pursue an acting career, whether she ever considered moving to the United States, her sentiments over her icon status in France, her favorite directors, the qualities inherent in a good director, her courage as a human and actor, whether she considers herself a strong person, and her satisfaction with "Dancer in the Dark." In the second segment, actress Charlotte Rampling joined the program to talk about her new film, "Signs of Wonder," which examines the complexity of an adulterous affair, her thoughts on acting as her craft, her introverted disposition, why she chooses the complex characters that she does, her own inner struggle with life's tragedies, her early bout with depression, coming to terms with herself, and why she chose to lead a low-profiled life as an actor. The last segment included a conversation in which actor/director Liv Ullman discussed her film, "Faithless," about an intense love affair based on the life of Ingmar Bergman, the meaning of the film in her life, whether she considers it dark in nature, the extent to which she can relate to the film's topic and pain, her good fortune in having the chance to work with Bergman, her strength in character, the remarkable performance of the actress starring in her film, the positive reviews of her film, and how she would like to direct her career in the arts. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9774

    The full hour featured a conversation with actor Morgan Freeman, in which he discussed his upcoming thriller, "Along Came a Spider." Following a montage of his work, Freeman talked about the origin of his acting career, whether he ever doubted a profession in acting, how his career began as a dancer in New York City, his surprise over being cast in the Hollywood film of "Driving Miss Daisy" after acting in the role on Broadway, his experiences working on various films, his acting training, how he prepares for a role, why he took the part of an inmate in "Shawshank Redemption," whether he ever writes, his yearning to learn French, his love of sailing, his upcoming role in the thriller, "Along Came a Spider," his current place in his career and life, his interest in doing a Western, whether any roles have eluded him, and his offense at being referred to as an African American in terms of the success of his career. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9778

    Charlie Rose spent the hour talking with Bjork, the singer/songwriter from Iceland. She talked about how she has grown as a musician, her songwriting process, why she feels her latest album is one of her most truthful works, her love for sounds, amplification, and technology, her childhood in Iceland, and how her rebellious nature fed her creative side, how she expresses her music as a voice for Icelandic life for her generation, why the rock band The Sugarcubes broke up, her love for her homeland and why she believes visiting Iceland is therapeutic for her, her feelings toward fame, the frustrations of not being able to express the music she hears in her head, how the creative freedom of her voice contrasts with the rigorous order of her music, her experiences working on the film "Dancer in the Dark," and why she describes the process of acting as "extreme cruelty." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9779

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose met with Dick Enberg, a commentator with CBS Sports. Topics discussed include: the September 2001 tennis match between Andre Agassi and Pete Sampras, men's and women's tennis throughout the world, his start in broadcasting as a disc jockey at a radio station, the most memorable sporting events he ever covered live, what he finds to be most exciting as a sports television journalist, why a commentator's writing skills are more important than their voice, the importance of profiling athletes to give the audience a reason to care for them, why he doesn't associate with the athletes on a personal level, how he'd like to create a memoir for his late sports commentator partner Al Mcguire, his feelings on working with John McEnroe as Al's replacement, samples from his new book, "Dick Enberg's Humorous Quotes For All Occasions," and his predictions for the U.S. Open. In the second segment, Rose interviewed William Ivey, former chairman of the National Endowment of the Arts. Ivey described the situation of entering the office of NEA chairman in 1998, why he decided to leave eight months earlier than he had to partly as a result of the White House administration changing, how his contributions helped rescue and change the NEA for the better within his three year stay, his vision of American culture and its relationship to the NEA, how the European arts foundations are becoming more attracted to the NEA as an model for doing business, why he doesn't believe the arts are elitist, and his future plans. In the final segment, Rose talked with singer/songwriter Lucinda Williams. She explained why Bob Dylan is her biggest inspiration, how the music around her house when growing up influenced her own music styles, how her love for literature revolved greatly around her father -- famous poet, critic, and English professor Miller Williams -- how she completely immersed herself into perfecting her craft early on in her career, why her new album, "Essence," is different from her past work, her interest in Flannery O'Connor's books -- such as 'Wise Blood" -- her current musical interests, and her writing process. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9783

    This episode of Charlie Rose covered the aftermath of the terrorist attack. In the first segment, Charlie Rose met with Senator Joseph Biden. They discussed what the president will probably do, how NATO for the first time in our history voted that an attack is against the alliance as a whole, Biden's gratitude toward Colin Powell and President Bush for this accomplishment, his belief that we will strike with force, why this catastrophe is not an end of life for Americans but an end of a way of life for organized terrorism in the world, the potential for countries outside of NATO to join this view and our fight against terrorism, his belief that the U.S. is very close to pinpointing the party responsible for this attack, why all countries must make a decision on where they stand -- especially Pakistan -- why this tragedy may be the seed of possibility to create a new agreement of peace between nations, and his expectations of when military action may take place. In the second segment, Rose interviewed Jim Hoagland of The Washington Post. Hoagland talked about his opinion on Senator Biden's earlier interview, why he believes that Osama bin Laden is most likely responsible, how Pakistan and the Taliban are largely responsible for what goes on in Afghanistan and how Pakistan helped create the Taliban, how he believes that the U.S. would be justified in attacking Kabul targets if bin Laden is found to be responsible as a way to force them to produce him -- his belief that there are similarities to previous acts of terrorism against the U.S. -- including the sinking of the U.S.S. Cole -- thought to be attributed to bin Laden, the possibility of Saddam Hussein's involvement as a sponsor for such an action against the U.S., why Osama bin Laden's main goal is to get U.S. troops out of the Persian Gulf, and the growing pressures worldwide for nations to choose sides. In the final segment, Rose spoke with Tony Lewis and Frank Rich of The New York Times as well as author David Halberstam. The talked about their general agreement that Powell did a wonderful job working with NATO, the need for a coalition to unite against organized terrorism, a comparison of Pearl Harbor to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, Mayor Giuliani's effective attempts to condemn hate crimes as a result of these incidents, why Americans have to be patient to see retaliation from the U.S. military, how the media has been covering this event in comparison to the recent coverage of shark attacks, the challenge that President Bush faces in this situation, the criticism that Bush didn't articulate what the public wanted to hear in his initial statements, the question of how much the Bush administration concentrated on Middle East intelligence while they were putting so much energy into the missile shield plan, and stories of people they've heard in the wake of the disaster. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9788

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose spoke with former U.S. ambassador to France Felis Rohatyn and Mort Zuckerman of U.S. News & World Report. They discussed their uncertain outlook on the U.S. and world economy, how the consumer has been the only thing that has held up the economy, how the aftermath of the attacks may affect the American public's way of life, the impact on France in light of the recent tragedies, how this situation compares to the Cuban Missile Crisis, why a more aggressive campaign on the Taliban's own land is the only way we will survive without compromising our lifestyles and freedoms as American citizens, and the alleged involvement of Saddam Hussein. In the second segment, Rose met with General Bernard Trainor, a senior fellow with the Council on Foreign Relations. Trainor spoke about why this is a different kind of war we're entering, how the enemy is made up of individual yet loosely connected "cells" that are factions that are tolerated within various countries, why the coalitions are imperative in order to build a hardcore base of intelligence to root out terrorism before it happens, how drying up financial resources is a more effective way of killing the cells, and how the use of ground forces in Afghanistan will be necessary in order to extract or neutralize the enemy. In the third segment, Rose interviewed a panel consisting of Roger Rosenblatt (Time Magazine), Judy Rosener (University of California, Irvine), Anna Deavere Smith (actor/playwright), and Pete Hamill (Daily News). Topics included the new sense of vulnerability that has been thrust on the American people, the amazing recovery process of New York City after the tragic events, how our view of heroes have changed from the glorification of celebrities to the first hand accounts of the police, firemen, and Samaritans who gave their lives in the tragedy to help others, how we respond to the world in light of the recent decision by the U.S. not to join the Kyoto agreement and its differences with the U.N., and the changing importance of money in the eyes of the country. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9793

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose interviewed former Georgia Senator Sam Nunn. Topics included his first impressions on President Bush's recent speech to the CIA, the importance of Bush's meeting with a coalition of Islamic leaders, how the U.S.'s strategy will take some time to resolve but success will come slowly and quietly, why the people of New York deserve so much credit, what questions exist in our U.S. Intelligence efforts, why gaining access to nuclear weapons would be much more difficult for terrorists than biological and chemical weapons, why our success in preparing for these disasters literally hinges on the cooperation with other countries, and how the U.S. has gained a better understanding of the way other countries view us. In the second segment, Rose met with Ghida Fakhry (Al Jazeera) and Elaine Sciolino (NY Times). They talked about the growing tension in Pakistan and Afghanistan on the ground, how Osama has used the media to send his message up until the week before this interview, why it's difficult to define Iran's foreign policy, why Iran's leader is still angry at the U.S. for its policy of support for Israel against the Palestinians, how Iran discerns between terrorism and freedom fighting, the possibility of Arabic governments contributing their intelligence to the U.S. in order to assist in the attack on terrorism, how far the network of Osama Bin Laden may go, and why the U.S. is being so cautious with its military presence in the Middle East. In the third segment, Rose spoke with U.N. Ambassador to Afghanistan Ravan Farhardi. Topics included why the Taliban has never been recognized by the United Nations, why Pakistan was the only country to recognize the Taliban prior to the September 11, 2001 tragic events, how Osama Bin Laden could have been captured in the past, who may know his current whereabouts, how easy it will be to capture him when the time comes, who really participated in the war against the Soviets, how the Pakistanis put Mulla Mohammad Omar in power as leader of the Taliban, and how long the Afghan people have been fighting Osama Bin Laden and the Taliban. In the fourth segment, Rose interviewed journalist Sebastian Junger. Junger spoke about the assassination of Ahmad Shah Massoud, why he believes it was linked with Osama Bin Laden and the attacks on the U.S., his interview with Massoud (including a brief clip), how Massoud offered to capture Bin Laden with outside help, Massoud's view on the equality of men and women and the oppression of the Taliban, his testimony of witnessing a pilot who surrendered from the Taliban, why many of the people of Afghanistan are being forced to fight regardless of their ideals, how common it is for people on both sides in Afghanistan to switch sides, why the foreign volunteers in Afghanistan will be the main problem with U.S. forces, even after the Taliban folds, Junger's view of what will happen based on his experience on the terrain of Afghanistan and the guerrilla tactics he's witnessed, and why he would return to Afghanistan if he could. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9794

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose spoke with former secretary of state Henry Kissinger about the current state of foreign policy and the direction it is heading in. Kissinger discussed the historical perspective of foreign affairs, the current threats to national security, our relations with Russia, the need for other countries to join the coalition against terrorism, how to balance letting countries join the coalition despite their dismal background on human rights, Russia's past record in Chechnya, the best approach to Chinese relations as it continues to grow in power and influence, the need for a coalition to be judged by its actions not what it stands for, the likelihood that China and Russia will leave the coalition, the importance for America to respond to the terrorist attacks with force and how that will affect other countries, Kissinger's admiration for President Truman's legacy of defeating our enemies during World War II and then helping to rebuild them, the need for President Bush to translate last week's speech into concrete actions, using economic sanctions against countries who support terrorism, limiting travel to citizens of those countries, the reality that there may be a more narrow coalition rather than a wide one, and the fact that the coalition is not policy but a means for policy. The second segment featured a conversation with Sen. John Corzine (D-NJ). Corzine talked about the human loss from the World Trade Center, the losses from the community, the financial impact, the lack of consumer confidence and the impending recession, the importance of the Federal Reserve and the lowering of interest rates, the lack of jobs, the need to take some risks to build up the economy, and how to use the banking system to fight the terrorists and prevent future attacks. The third segment featured a conversation with Evan Thomas, assistant managing editor of Newsweek, who discussed the possibility of terrorists living undetected in the U.S. Thomas discussed the efforts to improve intelligence, our lack of preparation, balancing civil rights against the need to gather intelligence at home, the lack of targets for an immediate military strike, the battle against Osama bin Laden, and preparing special forces for assassinating bin Laden. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9798

    The first segment featured a conversation with Donald Marron, chairman, UBS America. Marron discussed President Bush's recent visit to New York City, Bush's plans for re-stimulating the economy, the bi-partisan financial leadership assembled, the efforts to bring the global economy out of the recession, the fact that business and industry are slowing down, the fact that consumers are spending less when they are needed to spend more, extending unemployment benefits, the impact on New York City, how NYC may lose some business from large companies who don't want to locate all of their business in one area, the need to provide for some stimulus for businesses, and the possibility of enlarging the tax cut to coax consumers to spend money and revive the economy. The second segment featured a conversation with George Papandreou, foreign minister of Greece. Papandreou discussed the impact of the Sept. 11 attack on international relations and the global community, how the global community may pull together, Greece's involvement in the coalition and military support for the U.S., Greece's efforts to contribute to the investigation efforts, whether the reaction should be driven by the United Nations or the U.S.-led coalition, the need to allow other countries to take the lead in global matters and for the U.S. to possibly step back from always taking the leadership role, the need to examine the root causes that may have provoked the attack, and how the spirit of global cooperation has influenced Greek/Turkish relations. The final segment featured a conversation with Lawrence Tribe, law professor at Harvard University. Tribe discussed the fact that we need to be wary of treading on constitutional rights, the need to guard against racial profiling and singling out Arab-Americans, protecting civil liberties, making increased law enforcement powers which impede on civil liberties temporary, the use of various technologies which would not violate civil rights and would possibly protect them, comparisons to the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II, the fear that another attack may lead to more intrusions on civil liberties, to watch for 'bloodlust' to retaliate, the vagueness of a war on terrorism, and the constitutional provisions that change during wartime. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9799

    In this special edition, the first segment featured a conversation with Bob Woodward, investigative reporter for the Washington Post. Woodward discussed how the September 11th terrorist attack is a historical turning point for the nation, how it is requiring the U.S. to take a different approach to this war in terms of retaliation and how the government agencies function and interact, the need to get soldiers in immediately before the Afghan snowstorms begin, how the hijackers operated in the U.S. without notice, how the U.S. had heard reports that bin Laden was planning an operation but were not able to learn more, the effects of this situation on President Bush, Bush's mindset, the fact that the Sudanese in 1996 could have turned bin Laden over to Saudi Arabia but the Saudis refused, the possibility that the CIA has had about a half-dozen opportunities to capture bin Laden during the last couple of years that have been scuttled, the difficulties of dealing with Pakistan, Woodward's love for what he does, his respect for Bush during this crisis, and his approach to stories of this magnitude. In the second segment, Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) and Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) discussed President Bush's economic stimulus package and the current economic state. Baucus and Grassley discussed their bi-partisan efforts to work with the president, the need for the economy to be strong, stimulating consumer demand by extending the tax refund, directly helping those who were affected by the attacks via unemployment benefits and health insurance, how the proposed bill will not be geared toward special interests, the necessity of deficit spending if it means winning the war, the possibility of more tax cuts, the need to get a vote on the bill before the end of the month, and the need for a strong economy both to win and to emerge stronger. The final segment featured a conversation with Sen. Bill Frist (R-Tenn.). Frist stated that more preparation is needed in terms of germ and biological warfare and discussed the availability of technology that makes such attacks possible, the historical perspective, the need to prepare antibodies, why the water supply shouldn't be a realistic target and why the food supply is, how crop dusters can be used to deliver a biological or germ weapon, the vulnerability of our society, and how the precautionary measures are in the hands of the government, not citizens. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9819

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose interviewed CBS News Pentagon correspondent David Martin and New York Times chief military reporter Michael Gordon. Topics included how the U.S. would like to see a ground campaign in Afghanistan very soon, why the Northern Alliance must choose on their own to fight, how some of the planned military campaigns by the U.S. did not succeed as planned, the question of halting U.S. attacks in Afghanistan during the Ramadan period, and how they as journalists have been able to get more information from the British than from the U.S. government regarding the military campaign. In the second segment, Rose met with Vernon Jordan. Jordon related the story of how he came up with the title of his book, "Vernon Can Read, " what happened to the person who he quoted for the title, Jordan's intentions behind the book, how his mother wrote him every day when he was in college and law school, why the black church has been the basic institution in the black community since the days of slavery, how many black leaders came out of churches in the South, how the incidents on September 11th represented a kind of terrorism that wasn't new to the African American community, Jordan's early days as a lawyer, how he became involved with the NAACP, why the Voter Education Project was the best job he'd ever had, how the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was actually written in the South but codified in Washington, DC, his experiences of being shot by a man who was never convicted of the crime, what has happened to the shooter since, what happened as soon as he was released from the hospital, his friendship with Bill Clinton, a comparison between Clinton and himself, why Jordan chose not to become attorney general, how he assisted Clinton with being elected president, how he has no regrets, how he almost ran for Congress, why he is satisfied with what he has done with his power so far, his experiences during the Monica Lewinsky scandal, his thoughts on Clinton's future, his views on President Bush's performance, his opinions on having a black president, and why he feels his legacy is set. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9843

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose met with journalist Ken Auletta. Auletta spoke about AOL Time Warner's announcement that CEO Gerald Levin would step down almost a year after their merger to retire, why he feels Levin will leave, how the tragic death of Levin's son may have played a factor in his departure, the effect of September 11th on Levin, why Auletta thought Robert Pittman would be the heir apparent, how Richard Parsons was tapped to be the new CEO, why it was important to keep Pittman and Parsons together at AOL Time Warner, why they make such a great team, Auletta's opinion on Steve Case's comments about AOL Time Warner's leadership, why Levin is reluctant to do interviews outside of those within AOL Time Warner, and an overview of Levin's basic disposition. In the second segment, Rose spoke with the Palestinian ambassador to the United States, Hassan Abdel Rahman. Rahman discussed his response to former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak's comment that Palestinian prime minister Yasser Arafat is a "terrorist thug," Prime Minister Sharon's questionable military background and how Rahman relates it to terrorism, how the Palestinians are working to end violence on both sides between the Palestinians and Israelis, how Palestinians consider the occupation of the Israelis an act of violence, how the Israelis have engaged in a siege of all Palestinian towns and villages for over fourteen months, why this is a critical time for a resolution between the two sides, and what needs to happen in order to finally have a lasting peace between Israel and Palestine. In the third segment, Rose interviewed actress Sissy Spacek. After a quick look at some of her earlier work, Spacek explained where she has been recently, her enthusiasm for her upcoming film, "In the Bedroom," why she fell in love with the story, the twists and turns of the story and how it envelops the audience as a virtual participant in the film, a brief description of the plot, her approach to the character of Ruth, her love for acting, the common thread of the characters she's portrayed, the importance of having a life and family outside of her career, and why her best advice to young actors is to save their money. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9844

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose interviewed U.N. Development Program administrator Mark Malloch Brown. Brown described his experiences while recently visiting Kabul, how life has changed in Afghanistan with the rise and fall of the Taliban, the challenges they face trying to achieve law and order as well as peace with the developing new government, his own mandate in the process of rebuilding Afghanistan's government, the return of women to the political process, the progress of the talks in Bonn, how much it will cost to rebuild the country, what organizations besides the United Nations are involved with bringing Afghanistan relief and recovery, why it is important to gather resources now while Afghanistan is still fresh in everyone's mind--as opposed to months from now when the Gaza Strip may be the center for international concern--and how the economy of Afghanistan is based on war, exemplified by the fact that half of the men carry guns in the country. In the second segment, Rose spoke with Pakistan's ambassador to the U. S., Maleeha Lodhi. Lodhi discussed Pakistan's stand on how Afghanistan is rebuilding its government, the importance that Afghanistan receive the assistance it needs immediately due to the oncoming winter, the question of anthrax in Pakistani laboratories, the basis of Pakistan's stance on issues concerning the United States, and its hopes that the relationship between both countries can grow. In the third segment, Rose met with actor Kiefer Sutherland. Sutherland talked about his new series, "24," his fascination for spy fiction since seeing his father's film, "Eye of the Needle," the premise of "24," the challenges of shooting the entire series in "real time," the influence his father has had on him as an actor and a person, how he became hooked on television while researching for a film he directed, why he stopped playing the "heavy" in films, how his greatest moment as a young actor was seeing four of his father's films in one night for the first time, and how he is a Canadian/English citizen with an American green card. In the fourth segment, Rose talked with Bill Walton. Walton spoke about his new book and companion audio CD's, "At the Buzzer: The Greatest Moments in NBA History," why his greatest accomplishment was surviving in the business of basketball long after he retired from playing in the game, how he overcame his stutter, the happiness of his childhood, why the greatest part of his book are the people in it, his thoughts on Larry Byrd, why he believes Byrd retired from the game as a coach, why Magic Johnson is one his favorite players ever, Michael Jordan's retirement and return to the game, and his comments on other great players and moments in basketball. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9848

    Charlie Rose spent the hour with Tim Russert, host of the longest-running network show in history, "Meet the Press." Russert discussed his ten-year history with the show, why he renewed his contract for another twelve years, the possibility of Cheney running for a second term, the necessary but ongoing conflicts between state and defense, the general consensus in the U.S. government against Saddam Hussein, the possibility of going after Iraq in the near future, his thoughts on Condoleezza Rice, his conversations with Bush when he was still governor, the struggle to achieve bipartisanship between the Democrats and Republicans, his thoughts on Senate majority leader Tom Daschel, why Hillary Clinton has no intention to run for president in 2004, the importance of the Hispanic vote in New York, Russert's recollections of September 11th, his visit to Ground Zero on September 16th, how Rudy Giuliani stepped up and was the only official who spoke to the nation during the crisis until Bush took over, why he will never report anything that would put U.S. troops at risk, John McCain's initial reaction of retaliating against the terrorists, what he has heard about the recent tape of Osama bin Laden, why they are taking so long to release the tape publicly, how Russert became a television journalist, his coverage of the 2000 presidential election, how his style of journalism varies from the other traditional network television journalists, how his interviews with various politicians led to bigger stories in the press, the close friendship between former presidents Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford, his roots in Buffalo, New York, and his thoughts on his father, "Big Russ." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9849

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose interviewed professor Fawaz Gerges from Sarah Lawrence College and Fouad Ajami from U.S. News & World Report. Topics included a discussion of the recently discovered tape of Osama bin Laden, the audio and visual problems with the tape's quality, why this is a crucial piece of evidence to show bin Laden's guilt of his involvement with the attacks on September 11th, how he revealed his plans for the attacks on the World Trade Center, his surprise that the damage was greater than he had planned, the question of whether he would have had second thoughts about the attacks if he'd known that the building would collapse, how he seemed amused at the destruction and devastation of the attacks, whether the tape actually showed bin Laden claiming that some of the terrorists aboard the planes were not aware that this was a mission of martyrdom, why the legend of Osama bin Laden will end in the Middle East when he is captured, the perception among many Arabs that he represents David who fought Goliath, whether or not the United States was actually victorious during the Gulf War, how Egypt is considered to be the "citadel" of anti-Americanism although it is the second largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid, and who was on the tape with bin Laden. In the second segment, Rose spoke with Bradley Graham of The Washington Post. Graham explained his lack of surprise of President Bush's announcement that the U.S. would abandon the 1972 treaty banning nuclear testing for missile defense, why the Russians might question of the timing on this decision, the possibility of how the Russians might retaliate, how this could affect the Russians' earlier concession where they ceased mounting multiple warheads on their missiles, why he doesn't believe that the "hitting a bullet with a bullet" missile defense technology is quite available yet, why the debate on missile defense has gone on for forty years, why President Bush believes that missile defense is so necessary in light of the attacks on September 11th, where the Pentagon believes Osama bin Laden is hiding, and Graham's new book, "Hit to Kill: The New Battle over Shielding America from Missile Attack." In the third segment, Rose met with writer Garrison Keillor. Keillor discussed his new book, "In Search of Lake Wobegon," his recent open heart surgery, his current health status, fatherhood at age 59, why having a child is not a rational decision, how Gary, who is the lead character in his book, is a shy person who best communicates through his writing, how Keillor's own youth relates closely to Gary, the importance of the radio program to help evolve him, why doesn't believe he is really a storyteller, how being a middle child allowed him to develop a sense of anonymity, how he was a loner as a child, how Rose's childhood compared with Keillor's, and Keillor's favorite time of year in St. Paul, Minnesota. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9853

    In the first segment Charlie Rose spoke with Ahmed Rashid, correspondent, Daily Telegraph and Far Eastern Economic Review, author of "Taliban." Rashid discussed the uprising of al-Qaida prisoners in which thirteen Pakistani security officers were killed, how most people underestimate the suicidal tendencies of these fighters, where he believes Osama bin Laden might be hiding, why he is surprised so many Arab fighters have surrendered so easily, the devastation caused by the bombers on these fighters, the problems that the Taliban fighters will pose to the new government in Afghanistan, the challenges that this new government will face on a daily basis, why it is so important for the U.S. to stay in Afghanistan until it is on its feet again, how this may affect its other international responsibilities, how the U.S. has shown flexibility with its policies throughout the war on terrorism, the reaction of people in the Arab world to the tape of bin Laden, and why much of Afghanistan's future success and independence depends on Pakistan's cessation of its own influence on the country. In the second segment, Rose interviewed playwright Tony Kushner. Kushner talked about his success with "Angels in America," what he has been doing since then, his new work, "Homebody/Kabul," where the idea for the play originated, how he wrote this long before the attacks on September 11th, why he found Afghanistan so fascinating, his thoughts on theocracy, his surprise that there would be a war in Afghanistan, specific excerpts from his script, why it's important as a playwright to write for the ear, his consciousness of the level of accomplishment his plays must reach since "Angels in America" won the Pullitzer Prize, the upcoming HBO production of "Angels in America," and the struggle to pare down his work, "Homebody/Kabul" to a shorter length for its stage production. In the third segment, Rose met with soprano Jessye Norman. Norman explained where she was during the attacks on September 11th, why it was so difficult to see what happened while overseas, the season she is in as a singer, the kinds of decisions she is able to make for projects at this point in her career, her recent work in "Mythodea," why she has always wanted to go to Beijing, how big the classical music market is in Asia, why she loves to go to France at least once a year, and her favorite Christmas songs. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9854

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose interviewed professor emeritus Bernard Lewis from Princeton University. Lewis discussed his new book, "What Went Wrong? Western Impact and Middle Eastern Response," his assessment of where the world is with the war on terrorism and the world coalition, why he believes Osama bin Laden expected Americans to be "paper tigers," whether the U.S. will actually see the liberation of Afghanistan through all the way, the quickly waning popularity of bin Laden in the Middle East, who the U.S. should go after next, how countries who harbor terrorists are reacting to the success of the U.S. in Afghanistan, and his thoughts on Saddam Hussein and Iraq. In the second segment, Rose spoke with Klaus Schwab. Schwab talked about his breakfast with Rose on the morning of September 11th, what Schwab did immediately afterward, why he intends to move the World Economic Forum to New York from Davos, Switzerland, what worries him about the move, how the World Economic Forum interacts with the United Nations, what his organization hopes to achieve, the origins of the World Economic Forum, and how they plan to open on January 31st. In the third segment, Rose talked with professional golfer Michael Hebron. Hebron explained why golf is a game that must be learned, how learning backwards based on your environment is preferable to learning by somebody else's step by step instructions, the learning process, how humans are natural self-learners and self-teachers and how this comes from interacting with the environment, how humans play in order to learn, why more people benefit from encouragement than praise, how this method has helped Tiger Woods become one of the greatest golfers in the world, why Hebron's golf memorabilia collection is largely made up of Ben Hogan items, his thoughts on other golf books that were written in the more traditional "how to" method, why he brought other books to the show about learning as opposed to golf, how too many lessons can clutter the mind with technical things which can hamper one's performance, and his new book, "Golf Swing Secrets...and Lies: Six Timeless Lessons." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9858

    The first segment of Charlie Rose featured a conversation with actress Michelle Pfeiffer. Pfeiffer discussed her new movie, "I Am Sam," her relationship with her father, why she likes acting, her thoughts on her character in the new movie, why she prefers acting over producing, how she balances her career with her marriage and parenthood, how this role has changed her attitude toward the mentally challenged, her career aspirations, and her goals for the future. In the second and final segment, Charlie Rose interviewed actor Sean Penn. Penn talked about his new movie, "I Am Sam," the challenges that arose in making the film, challenges he faced in taking on the role, his approach to acting, his thoughts on politics, his thoughts on Sept. 11th, the media, how this role has affected him, his career goals, and his love of movies. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #9859

    In the first segment, Charlie Rose had a conversation with author Jonathon Franzen. Franzen discussed winning the National Book Award, his thoughts on being a novelist, his approach to writing this book, how this book differs from his previous work, his experiences in losing both parents and how that affected his work, his conflict with Oprah Winfrey, and his thoughts for his next work. The final segment featured a conversation with author Jennifer Egan. Egan talked about her recent nomination for a National Book Award for "Look At Me," why she chose to become a writer, how her life has influenced her work, how she approaches writing, why she doesn't enjoy writing about her own life, how she strove to include real-life issues in the novel, and why she feels the need to write. [56 minutes]

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  • Actors Al Pacino & Jeremy Irons (#10861)

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  • David O'reilly, Chairman & Ceo of Chevrontexaco (#10862)

    Segment 1: David O?Reilly is chairman and CEO of ChevronTexaco Corporation. He talks to Charlie about energy policy, conservation, and the challenges facing energy producers. Segment 2: John Zogby is president and CEO of Zogby International, known for their polling on subjects like oil drilling and presidential elections. His brother James is president of the Arab American Institute. In their first television appearance together, they talk to Charlie about the challenges of polling in the 2004 election and the issues facing Americans. [56 minutes]

  • Author Joseph Ellis Talks About George Washington (#10863)

    Segment 1: Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Joseph Ellis talks to Charlie about his new book, His Excellency: George Washington. Segment 2: Bill Sahlman is a professor of business administration at Harvard Business School. He talks to Charlie about his experiences teaching a class about entrepreneurship. [56 minutes]

  • Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber/Actor Kevin Bacon (#10864)

    Segment 1: Andrew Lloyd Webber is the composer of the hit musical The Phantom of the Opera, which now makes its debut on film. The man charged with the adaptation is director Joel Schumacher. The two of them talk to Charlie about adapting the Tony award-winning musical into a Golden Globe-nominated film. Segment 2: Rolling Stone editor Jann Wenner and Deputy Managing Editor Joe Levy talk to Charlie about the 500 songs selected by the magazine as the greatest of all time. Segment 3: Actor Kevin Bacon is getting great reviews for his performance in The Woodsman. He's joined by his wife and co-star Kyra Sedgwick and the director of the film, Nicole Kassell. [56 minutes]

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  • Kiefer Sutherland, Actor, 24 (#11004)

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  • A consideration of the Palestinian election and a discussion about the science of happiness (#11006)

    A consideration of the Palestinian election with Stephen P. Cohen, National Scholar at the Israel Policy Forum and Rashid Khalidi of Columbia University. A discussion about the science of happiness. It'sthis week's Time cover story. Joining Charlie Rose are Claudia Wallis, Editor-at-large, Time; Martin Seligman, Director of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania; Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi of Claremont Graduate University and director of the Quality of Life Research Center, and Alan Krueger of Princeton University. [56 minutes]

  • Sen. Barack Obama (D-Il) (#11007)

    An hour with Barack Obama, one of the rising stars of the Democratic party. Obama won his Senate race in Illinois in November '04. Charlie sat down with him later that same month for an in-depth conversation. In this rebroadcast, Barack Obama talks to Charlie about the future of the party and the experiences that have led him to the Senate. [56 minutes]

  • George Lucas (#11008)

    An hour with filmmaker George Lucas. In this rebroadcast from September '04, Lucas talks to Charlie Rose about the restoration and theatrical re-release of his first feature, THX-1138 and the creation of the Star Wars series of films. [56 minutes]

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  • Newt Gingrich, Former Speaker of the House (#11013)

    Charlie Rose talks to Newt Gingrich in Washington DC. Mr. Gingrich is the former Speaker of the House and is the author of "Winning the Future: A 21st Century Contract with America" [56 minutes]

  • Pulitzer Prize Winner Jared Diamond (#11016)

    Pulitzer Prize winner Jared Diamond, Author of Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed. Charlie Rose talks to UCLA Professor and Pulitzer Prize winner Jared Diamond about his new book. [56 minutes]

  • Ehud Barak, Former Prime Minister of Israel/Silvan Shalom, Foreign Minister of Israel (#11017)

    Charlie Rose talks to Ehud Barak, Former Prime Minister of Israel and Silvan Shalom, currently serving as Foreign Minister of Israel. [56 minutes]

  • Morgan Freeman, Actor, Million Dollar Baby (#11018)

    Charlie Rose talks to Morgan Freeman for the hour. Mr. Freeman was just nominated for an academy award for best actor in a supporting role for his portrayal of Eddie "Scrap Iron" Dupris in Million Dollar Baby directed by Clint Eastwood. He talks about the film and his career. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Philip Johnson with Frank Gehry (#11019)

    Architect Frank Gehry joins Charlie Rose to remember their friend, architect Philip Johnson. Mr. Johnson died Tuesday night at the age of 98. We'll also feature excerpts from conversations with Philip Johnson over the years on "Charlie Rose". [56 minutes]

  • John F. Burns, The New York Times (#11021)

    John F. Burns of The New York Times joins Charlie Rose from Baghdad with analysis of Sunday's election in Iraq. [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #11023

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  • Thierry Breton, Ceo of France Telecom/Superbowl Preview with Jim Nantz of CBS Sports (#11024)

    Charlie Rose talks to France Telecom CEO Thierry Breton and Jim Nantz of CBS Sports previews the Superbowl. [56 minutes]

  • Grammy Nominee Kanye West/Grammy Awards Preview (#11026)

    Rapper/Producer Kanye West leads all Grammy nominees with 10 nominations. He'll talk to Charlie Rose about his life and work as an artist and producer. We'll also preview the Grammy awards with Jon Pareles of The New York Times, Mimi Valdes, editor-in-chief of Vibe, and Sia Michel, editor in chief of Spin. [56 minutes]

  • Natan Sharansky, Government Minister, Israel & Author/ Arrested Development (#11027)

    "Natan Sharansky, Government Minister, Israel & Author/Arrested Development with actor Jason Bateman, producers Ron Howard & Brian Grazer and creator Mitchell Hurwitz" Charlie Rose talks to Natan Sharansky, Government Minister, Israel andauthor of The Case for Democracy. Also, a look at the comedy Arrested Development with actor Jason Bateman, Executive Producers Ron Howard & Brian Grazer, & the show's creator, Mitchell Hurwitz. [56 minutes]

  • Dennis Hastert, Speaker of the House (#11028)

    Charlie Rose talks to Dennis Hastert (R-IL), Speaker of the House of Representatives. [56 minutes]

  • Senator Edward Kennedy (D-Ma) (#11029)

    Charlie Rose talks to Senator Edward Kennedy (D-MA). [56 minutes]

  • Robert Parker, Wine Critic (#11031)

    Charlie Rose talks to influential wine critic Robert Parker. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11032

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  • James B. Stewart, Author, Disney War (#11033)

    Charlie Rose talks to author James B. Stewart about his book Disney War. Stewart's access to Disney CEO Michael Eisner and others yields a fascinating look behind the scenes at one of the world's most well-known companies. [56 minutes]

  • Renzo Piano, Architect (#11034)

    Charlie Rose spends an hour with architect Renzo Piano. They discuss his new book, On Tour With Renzo Piano, his career in architecture, and several current projects in New York City. [56 minutes]

  • Ahmet Ertegun, Founding Chairman, Atlantic Records (#11036)

    As Founding Chairman of Atlantic Records, Ahmet Ertegun brought us music legends like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, John Coltrane, The Rolling Stones and more. He talks to Charlie about his early years as the son of a Turkish diplomat, his experiences with the late Ray Charles, and his passion for music. [56 minutes]

  • Judith Miller/Kurt Masur/Bruno Ganz (#11037)

    Judith Miller & Matthew Cooper discuss the latest court ruling in the CIA leak case. Conduct Kurt Masur discusses his most recent position with the Orchestre National de France in Paris. Actor Bruno Ganz discusses his portrayal of Adolph Hitler in the Oscar-nominated film, Downfall. [56 minutes]

  • Raymond Gilmartin/Kurt Masur (#11038)

    Raymond Gilmartin, Chairman, President & CEO, Merck & Co., Inc./Kurt Masur, Music Director, Orchestre National de France. Discussions with Merck CEO Raymond Gilmartin and conductor Kurt Masur. [56 minutes]

  • Kurt Masur/John Sloss/Jonathan Tisch (#11039)

    Kurt Masur, Music Director, Orchestre National de France/John Sloss, Founder and Owner, Cinetic Media/Jonathan Tisch, Chairman & CEO, Loews Hotels. Charlie Rose talks to three men who have risen to the top of their respective fields: Conductor Kurt Masur on Beethoven, John Sloss on independent film, and Jonathan Tisch on the tourism industry and New York City. [56 minutes]

  • Ken Auletta/Juliette Binoche (#11041)

    Ken Auletta, The New Yorker/Juliette Binoche, Actor, In My Country. Charlie Rose talks to Ken Auletta of The New Yorker about Dan Rather &CBS News. Also, actress Juliette Binoche on her new film, "In My Country". [56 minutes]

  • Jerry Yang/An Appreciation of Henry Grunwald (#11042)

    Jerry Yang, Co-founder, Chief Yahoo and Director, Yahoo!/An appreciation of Henry Grunwald. Charlie Rose talks to Yahoo! co-founder Jerry Yang about the company'ssuccesses and the challenges facing Yahoo! as they celebrate ten years on the web. Also, an appreciation of Henry Grunwald, former Time magazine editor and former US Ambassador to Austria. He died Saturday at the age of 82. [56 minutes]

  • Stephen Schwarzman, Chairman, CEO & Co-founder, The Blackstone Group (#11043)

    An hour with Stephen Schwarzman. Charlie Rose talks to the CEO of The Blackstone Group, another in our continuing series of conversations from Harvard Business School. [56 minutes]

  • Jason Deparle/Christine Todd/David Granger (#11044)

    Jason Deparle, Author, American Dream/Christine Todd Whitman, former EPA administrator/David Granger, Editor-in-Chief, Esquire. Charlie Rose talks to Jason Deparle about welfare in America, Christine Whitman about the Republican Party and David Granger about Esquire magazine. [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #11058

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  • Andrew Card/Appreciation of George F. Kennan (#11059)

    A discussion at the White House with Andrew Card, White House Chief of Staff. Also, an appreciation of George F. Kennan. [56 minutes]

  • Jan Egeland/Clive Owen (#11061)

    Jan Egeland, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs at the United Nations. Also, actor Clive Owen on his role in the new film "Sin City". [56 minutes]

  • Author Philip Short/Mustang Designer Hau Thai-Tang/Author Ernestine Bradley (#11062)

    Charlie Rose talks to Philip Short about his new book, "Pol Pot: Anatomy of a Nightmare". Hau Thai-Tang is director of Advanced Product Creation at Ford. He is the Chief Engineer of the 2005 Ford Mustang. Ernestine Bradley is the author of "The Way Home: A German Childhood, an American Life". [56 minutes]

  • Author Ian McEwan/Chef Thomas Keller (#11063)

    Charlie Rose talks to author Ian McEwan about his new book, Saturday. Also, chef Thomas Keller talks about his restaurant, Per Se. [56 minutes]

  • David Westin, President, Abc News (#11064)

    Charlie Rose talks ABC News President David Westin about network news and the state of the news industry and the nation. We also feature an appreciation of attorney Johnnie Cochran who died on Tuesday. [56 minutes]

  • Attorney David Boies and Philosopher & Journalist Bernard-Henri Levy (#11066)

    Charlie Rose talks to famed attorney David Boies and journalist & philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy. [56 minutes]

  • Thomas L. Friedman (#11067)

    Charlie Rose talks to New York Times columnist Thomas L. Friedman about his new book, The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty -First Century. [56 minutes]

  • Jack & Suzy Welch/Cardinal Avery Dulles (#11068)

    Charlie Rose talks to Jack & Suzy Welch about their new book, Winning. Cardinal Avery Dulles of Fordham University talks to Charlie Rose about the life and death of Pope John Paul II and the future of the Catholic Church. [56 minutes]

  • Actress & Author Jane Fonda/Former New York Times Executive Editor Joseph Lelyveld (#11069)

    Charlie Rose talks to Jane Fonda about her life and career. Also, Former New York Times executive editor Joseph Lelyveld on his new memoir, Omaha Blues: A Memory Loop. [56 minutes]

  • Ashraf Qazi, Un Special Rep. to Iraq/Blogger Juan Cole, Univ. of Michigan/Actress Lauren Bacall (#11071)

    Charlie Rose talks to Ashraf Qazi, the United Nations Special Representative to Iraq about the future of the country and the role of the United Nations. Blogger Juan Cole of the University of Michigan talks with Charlie about Iraq and the Middle East. And actress Lauren Bacall reflects on her life and her new memoir, By Myself, And Then Some. [56 minutes]

  • Political Strategist James Carville/James Levine, Music Director, Boston Symphony Orchestra (#11072)

    Charlie Rose talks to political strategist and author James Carville. Also, from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, music director James Levine. [56 minutes]

  • Former Senator Bob Dole (R-Ks) (#11073)

    Charlie Rose talks to former Senator Bob Dole (R-KS) about his lifetime of service and his new memoir, One Soldier's Story. [56 minutes]

  • Henry Kissinger/Hurlyburly (#11074)

    Charlie Rose talks to former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger about current Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and our standing in the world. Also, a conversation about HURLYBURLY with the playwright David Rabe and actor Ethan Hawke. [56 minutes]

  • Thierry Breton/John Major (#11076)

    French Finance Minister Thierry Breton and former UK Prime Minister John Major. [56 minutes]

  • Amitabh Bachchan (#11077)

    Actor Amitabh Bachchan talks about his career in film and the state of the Indian film industry. [56 minutes]

  • Mitchell Baker/Romeo Dallaire (#11078)

    A conversation about the Firefox web browser and the future of software development with Mitchell Baker, President of The Mozilla Foundation. Also, Romeo Dallaire, former UN Force Commander in Rwanda. His book is "Shake Hands With the Devil: The Failure of Humanity in Rwanda" [56 minutes]

  • Sydney Pollack (#11079)

    A conversation with filmmaker Sydney Pollack about his new film, The Interpreter. [56 minutes]

  • Maggie Smith & Judi Dench (#11081)

    Actresses Maggie Smith and Judi Dench join Charlie Rose to talk about their friendship, a life in acting, and their new film together, "Ladies in Lavender". [56 minutes]

  • Mike Nichols, Director, Spamalot (#11082)

    Director Mike Nichols talks to Charlie Rose about his work on the Broadway musical Spamalot. [56 minutes]

  • Thomas L. Friedman, Author/Columnist, The New York Times (#11083)

    A rebroadcast of an hour with columnist Thomas L. Friedman of The New York Times. He discusses his latest book, The World Is Flat. [56 minutes]

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  • David Sanger/Don Cheadle (#11086)

    Charlie Rose talks to David Sanger of The New York Times and actor Don Cheadle about the new film Crash. [56 minutes]

  • Rami Khouri, Editor-At-Large, The Daily Star/Arnold Vosloo, actor, 24 (#11087)

    Charlie Rose talks to Rami Khouri. He is Editor-At-Large for the newspaper, The Daily Star. Also, South African actor Arnold Vosloo talks about his role as terrorist Habib Marwan in the television series 24. [56 minutes]

  • Kamal Kharrazi, Foreign Minister of Iran/Discussion about Oil (#11088)

    A conversation with Iran's Foreign Minister, Kamal Kharrazi. Also, a discussion about oil with Nancy Birdsall, President of the Center for Global Development & Arvind Subramanian, Division Chief, International Monetary Fund. [56 minutes]

  • Mohamed ElBaradei on Atomic Energy/Floyd Abrams on the First Amendment (#11089)

    Mohamed ElBaradei is the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency. He talks to Charlie about nuclear challenges facing the world. Floyd Abrams is the author of Speaking Freely: Trials of the First Amendment. [56 minutes]

  • Jeffrey Sachs/Liz Smith (#11091)

    A discussion about global poverty with Jeffrey Sachs of the Earth Institute at Columbia University. He is the author of The End of Poverty. Gossip Columnist Liz Smith talks about her new book, Dishing: Great Dish - and Dishes - from America's Most Beloved Gossip Columnist. [56 minutes]

  • Sir Jeremy Greenstock/Dr. Mehmet Oz (#11092)

    Former UK Ambassador to the United Nations Sir Jeremy Greenstock and Surgeon and author Dr. Mehmet Oz. [56 minutes]

  • Robert Plant, Singer/Billy Crudup, Actor (#11093)

    Former Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant talks about his career in music and his new album, Mighty Rearranger. Billy Crudup discusses his Tony-nominated performance in The Pillowman. [56 minutes]

  • William B. Harrison, Jr., Chairman & CEO, JP Morgan Chase (#11094)

    In a continuing series of conversations from Harvard Business School, Charlie Rose talks to William B. Harrison, Jr., Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase. [56 minutes]

  • Newsweek Controversy/Roger Cohen/Arianna Huffington (#11096)

    A discussion about the Newsweek controversy and the violent consequences with Daniel Klaidman, Newsweek's Washington Bureau Chief, and scholar Shibley Telhami of the University of Maryland. Roger Cohen is the international writer at large for The New York Times and a columnist for the International Herald Tribune. His new book is Soldiers and Slaves: American POWs Trapped by the Nazis' Final Gamble. Arianna Huffington talks about her new group blog, The Huffington Post. [56 minutes]

  • Galloway's Testimony/George Galloway/Alexander Tsiaras on Human Anatomy (#11097)

    Warren Hoge of The New York Times and Adam Zagorin of Time magazine discuss George Galloway's testimony before a Senate Subcommittee. Charlie Rose also talks to Parliament member George Galloway about his testimony which addressed charges he profited from Saddam Hussein's regime. Alexander Tsiaras, President & CEO of Anatomical Travelogue and author of The Architecture & Design of Man & Woman. [56 minutes]

  • August Wilson/Steven Roberts/Abraham George (#11098)

    Playwright August Wilson on his Radio Golf. Steven Roberts on his new memoir, My Fathers' Houses, and philanthropist Abraham George on his book, India Untouched and his unique approach to helping the poor in India. [56 minutes]

  • George Lucas (Rebroadcast) (#11099)

    A rebroadcast of a conversation with filmmaker George Lucas. He spoke to Charlie Rose in September of 2004 about the re-release of THX-1138, the Star Wars legacy, and the future of Lucasfilm. [56 minutes]

  • Michael Isikoff (#11101)

    An hour with Newsweek Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff. He speaks to Charlie Rose in his first television interview following the controversy. [56 minutes]

  • James Wolfensohn/Time's 100 Best Films (#11102)

    James Wolfensohn talks about his tenure as President of the World Bank. Time magazine film critics Richard Corliss and Richard Schickel talk about their list of the 100 best films. [56 minutes]

  • Internet Security/David Kelley/Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room (#11103)

    A discussion about internet security with John Markoff of The New York Times and Mark Rasch, founder of the Justice Department's Computer Crime Unit. David Kelley talks to Charlie Rose about his tenure as the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Director Alex Gibney and writers Peter Elkind and Bethany McLean talk about the documentary Enron: The Smartest Guys In The Room. [56 minutes]

  • Sheldon Silver/Robert Strauss (#11104)

    Sheldon Silver is the Speaker of the New York State Assembly. Robert Strauss is former Chairman of the Democratic National Committe and the former ambassador to the Soviet Union. [56 minutes]

  • Roland Betts/Paul Goldberger/Gordon Ramsay (#11105)

    Discussions about rebuilding plans in Lower Manhattan with Roland Betts of the Lower Manhattan Development Council and Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker. Also, chef Gordon Ramsay talks about his work and his two television programs. [56 minutes]

  • David McCullough (#11106)

    An hour with historian David McCullough. His latest book is 1776. It recounts with great detail the personalities involved in the fight for American independence. [56 minutes]

  • Deep Throat Revealed/Clinton Biography/Novelist Cheryl Howard Crew (#11107)

    Former Nixon administration speechwriter David Gergen talks about Mark Felt's admission that he is Deep Throat. John Harris of The Washington Post talks about his new Bill Clinton biography, The Survivor. Cheryl Howard Crew discusses her novel, In The Face of Jinn. [56 minutes]

  • Cinderella Man (#11108)

    A rebroadcast of an hour on the film Cinderella Man. Charlie Rose talks to actors Russell Crowe and Paul Giamatti and director Ron Howard. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation About China/PalmOne Ceo Ed Colligan (#11109)

    A conversation about China with Ted Fishman, author of China, Inc.: How the Rise of the Next Superpower Challenges America and the World. Also, the President and CEO of PalmOne, Ed Colligan on the state of technology. [56 minutes]

  • Google CEO Eric Schmid (#11110)

    A conversation with the CEO of Google, Eric Schmidt. [56 minutes]

  • The Future of Europe/Richard Reeves/Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf (#11111)

    A discussion about the future of Europe with Jean-Marie Colombani, editor of Le Monde & Walter Wells, Executive Editor, International Herald Tribune. Also, a discussion with historian and author Richard Reeves about the NO vote in France and the Netherlands. And a conversation about the revival of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf on Broadway with playwright Edward Albee and actors Kathleen Turner and Bill Irwin. [56 minutes]

  • Improving Public Education/The Beginning of the PC Industry (#11112)

    Discussions about improving public education with Kevin Johnson, founder of St. Hope Corporation, Kim Smith, Co-founder & CEO of New Schools Venture Fund, and Don Shalvey, Co-founder & CEO of Aspire Public Schools. Also, John Markoff of The New York Times on his new book, What the Dormouse Said...How the 60s Counterculture Shaped the Personal Computer Industry. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Anne Bancroft (#11113)

    We remember actress Anne Bancroft with an hour-long conversation from 2000. She died Monday at 73. [56 minutes]

  • Condoleezza Rice (#11114)

    A conversation with US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. [56 minutes]

  • Michael Eisner (#11116)

    An hour with Michael Eisner. He is the CEO of The Walt Disney Company. His new book is Camp. [56 minutes]

  • Jim Lehrer/Linda Greenhouse (#11117)

    Jim Lehrer is the executive editor and anchor of The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer. He is also the author of the new novel, The Franklin Affair. Linda Greenhouse discusses the life of Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun. Her book is Becoming Justice Blackmun. [56 minutes]

  • Batman Begins and Bewitched (#11118)

    Actor Christian Bale and director Christopher Nolan discuss the latest in the Batman film series, Batman Begins. Actor Will Ferrell and director Nora Ephron discuss their new film, Bewitched. [56 minutes]

  • Glengarry Glen Ross/Diane von Furstenburg/NBA Rookie of the Year (#11119)

    Actors Alan Alda and Liev Schreiber talk about performing David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross on Broadway. Also,designer Diane von Furstenburg discusses the book A Jewish Doctor in Auschwitz: The Testimony of Sima Vaisman for which she wrote the afterword. And NBA Rookie of the Year, Emeka Okafor of the Charlotte Bobcats. [56 minutes]

  • Walter Mossberg/Thomas Bleha/Stacy Schiff (#11121)

    Walter Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal talks about the latest in personal technology. Journalist Thomas Bleha discusses how the United States is falling behind in broadband distribution. His article is Down to the Wire in Foreign Affairs. Stacy Schiff is the author of A Great Improvisation: Franklin, France, and the Birth of America. [56 minutes]

  • Joseph Biden/John F. Burns/Doug Liman (#11122)

    Senator Joseph Biden of Delaware talks to Charlie Rose about the situation in Iraq. From the ground in Baghdad, John F. Burns of The New York Times gives us an update on the situation. Finally, Doug Liman, director of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, joins Charlie for a conversation about the film. [56 minutes]

  • Anthony Shadid/Rize/Rescue Me (#11123)

    Charlie Rose talks to Anthony Shadid of The Washington Post about the situation in Iraq. Also, a conversation about the new documentary, Rize with the filmmaker David LaChappelle and dancers Tommy Johnson and Christopher Toler. Co-creators Denis Leary and Peter Tolan talk about their television series Rescue Me. [56 minutes]

  • National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley/Author Philip Caputo (#11124)

    Charlie Rose talks to National Security Advisor Stephen Hadley and to Philip Caputo, author of Acts of Faith. [56 minutes]

  • Attorney General Alberto Gonzales/Terry Moran/Nina Totenberg on the Supreme Court (#11126)

    Charlie Rose talks to US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Terry Moran previews the President's Tuesday night speech. Nina Totenberg of NPR discusses Monday's Supreme Court decisions. [56 minutes]

  • Analysis of President Bush's Speech On Iraq/Jon Meacham on Billy Graham (#11127)

    Analysis of President Bush's speech on Iraq with Michael Duffy of Time, Jim Hoagland of the Washington Post, Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Richard Stevenson of The New York Times. Jon Meacham, managing editor of Newsweek talks about Billy Graham's last crusade. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11128

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  • Time Editor-In-Chief Norman Pearlstine/Bono/Gates Foundation Health Initiative (#11129)

    Time magazine's Editor-in-Chief Norman Pearlstine on the magazine's decision to hand over documents revealing reporter Matt Cooper's confidential source. A conversation about poverty and the upcoming G8 summit with U2 singer Bono. And a conversation about The Grand Challenges of Global Health, an initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation with Dr. Rick Klausner of The Gates Foundation, Nobel Laureate Dr. Harold Varmus, and Dr. Anthony James of UC Irvine. [56 minutes]

  • Gen. Jack Keane/Author Jennet Conant (#11132)

    A discussion about Iraq with General Jack Keane, retired Vice Chief of Staff, US Army and Member of the Defense Policy Review Board. Also, author Jennet Conant talks about her book, 109 East Palace: Robert Oppenheimer and the Secret City of Los Alamos. [56 minutes]

  • Freakonomics/Francis Fukuyama (#11133)

    Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner discuss their book, Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything. Also, a discussion with historian and author Francis Fukuyama of Johns Hopkins University. [56 minutes]

  • London Explosions/Bob Woodward (#11134)

    From London, a report on the explosions today in that city from Rod Nordland of Newsweek. Also, Bob Woodward of the Washington Post gives his perspective on the day's events from Washington and talks about his new book, The Secret Man: The Story of Watergate's Deep Throat. [56 minutes]

  • Molyviatis/Terrorism & Europe/Wynn On Art (#11136)

    Petros Molyviatis, Foreign Minister of Greece talks about terrorism in Europe and around the world. Also, a discussion about terrorism and Europe with Louise Richardson, Executive Dean, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University and Martha Raddatz, National Security Correspondent for ABC News. And a conversation about art with Steve Wynn, chairman & CEO of Wynn Resorts. [56 minutes]

  • Michael Elliott/Rove Controversy/Murderball (#11137)

    The latest on the London bombings with Michael Elliott, International Editor of Time. A discussion about the Karl Rove controversy with Terry Moran of ABC News and Richard Stevenson of The New York Times. Also, a documentary about quad-rugby called Murderball with bronze medalist Mark Zupan, and co-directors Dana Adam Shapiro and Henry-Alex Rubin. [56 minutes]

  • Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong/A Discussion on Torture (#11138)

    A conversation with Lee Hsien Loong, Prime Minister of the Republic of Singapore. Also, a discussion about torture with Kenneth Roth, executive director of Human Rights Watch and John Yoo of the School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley. [56 minutes]

  • Emyr Jones Parry/Chinese Investment In American Business/Owen Wilson (#11139)

    A discussion about the ongoing investigation of the London bombings with Emyr Jones Parry, UK Ambassador to the United Nations. Also, a conversation about Chinese investment in American business with Allan Sloan of Newsweek, Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations, & C. Richard D'Amato, Chairman of the US-China Economic & Security Review Commission. And Owen Wilson talks about his role in the new film Wedding Crashers. [56 minutes]

  • Matt Cooper/Report On Cia Leak Case/Francine Du Plessix Gray (#11141)

    Charlie Rose talks to Time magazine's Matt Cooper on the CIA leak case. Also, Bloomberg News reporters Richard Keil and William Roberts with the latest on the story. And Francine du Plessix Gray talks about her memoir, Them: A Memoir of Parents. [56 minutes]

  • Live: Bush's Supreme Court Nominee/Larry Kramer (#11142)

    A live discussion about President Bush's announcement of his Supreme Court nominee with Laurence Tribe of Harvard Law School, former Solicitor General Charles Fried, Ralph Neas, President & CEO of People for the American Way, Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, and former Attorney General William Barr. Also, a discussion with Larry Kramer, author of The Tragedy of Today's Gays. [56 minutes]

  • The Future of the Supreme Court/Antony Sher (#11143)

    A discussion about John Roberts and the future of the Supreme Court with Burt Neuborne of NYU Law School and Samuel Issacharoff of Columbia Law School. Also, Antony Sher, writer & actor, Primo. [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #11145

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  • Olivier Roy/Peter Thiel (#11146)

    From Paris, Charlie Rose talks to Olivier Roy of Paris's National Center for Scientific Research. His book is Globalized Islam: The Search for a New Ummah. Also, Clarium Capital Management President Peter Thiel. [56 minutes]

  • Reid Weingarten/Wong Kar-Wai (#11147)

    Charlie talks to Reid Weingarten, attorney for Bernard Ebbers. Also, filmmaker Wong Kar-Wai on his new film, 2046. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11148

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  • Martin McGuinness/John F. Burns/Ignacio Figueras (#11149)

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  • Kim Clark (#11150)

    An hour with Kim Clark, outgoing Dean of Harvard Business School. He talks about his life, his experience at Harvard, and looks forward to his position as President of BYU-Idaho. [56 minutes]

  • Lance Armstrong (#11151)

    Cyclist Lance Armstrong talks about winning his seventh consecutive Tour de France, his career in cycling, and his future. [56 minutes]

  • The Death of King Fahd/Bill Keller, Exec. Editor of The New York Times (#11152)

    A discussion about the death of King Fahd and the future of Saudi Arabia with Judith Kipper & Rachel Bronson of the Council on Foreign Relations and Thomas Lippman of the Middle East Institute. Also, a conversation with Bill Keller, Executive Editor of The New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11153

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  • Episode #11154

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  • Episode #11155

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  • An Appreciation of Peter Jennings (#11156)

    An appreciation of Peter Jennings with his friend Ken Auletta of The New Yorker magazine, Mark Halperin, Political Director of ABC News, and the co-author of In Search of America and The Century, Todd Brewster. We'll also look back at Peter Jennings' appearances on the program. [56 minutes]

  • CNN's Anderson Cooper on Starvation in Niger/A Discussion About Tiger Woods (#11157)

    Charlie Rose talks to CNN's Anderson Cooper about his recent reporting on the widespread starvation in Niger. Also, a discussion about Tiger Woods and the upcoming PGA Championship with Jaime Diaz of Golf Digest, David Feherty of CBS Sports, and Brandel Chamblee of The Golf Channel. [56 minutes]

  • Martin Sherwin/Chris Terrio/Kate Hudson (#11158)

    Martin Sherwin on his biography of Robert Oppenheimer and the 60th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Chris Terrio talks about his film Heights. And actress Kate Hudson on her new film, The Skeleton Key. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Brian Grazer (#11159)

    An hour with film producer Brian Grazer, co-chairman of Imagine Entertainment. He's responsible for many of the most popular films of the last twenty years including Splash, Apollo 13, & A Beautiful Mind. A conversation about the film business, and a life of exploration. [56 minutes]

  • Ayalon/Nader/Navasky (#11160)

    A conversation with Israel's Ambassador to the United States, Daniel Ayalon. Also, former presidential candidate and author Ralph Nader. And publisher of The Nation magazine, Victor Navasky. [56 minutes]

  • Feldman On Iraq/Ross On Gaza/Natasha Richardson (#11161)

    A discussion about Iraq's constitution with Noah Feldman of NYU. Israel's withdrawal from Gaza with Dennis Ross, former US Special Envoy to the Middle East, and actress Natasha Richardson on her new film, Asylum. [56 minutes]

  • Dwyer & Von Essen On 9/11 Audio/Architect David Childs (#11162)

    Jim Dwyer of The New York Times and former NYC Fire Commissioner Thomas Von Essen on the recently released audio from 9/11. Also, architect David Childs on his design for the Freedom Tower. [56 minutes]

  • Ajami & Wright On Iraq/Michael Cunningham (#11163)

    Fouad Ajami of Johns Hopkins University and Robin Wright of the Washington Post, discuss the current situation in Iraq. Also, Pulitzer prize-winning author Michael Cunningham talks about his new book, Specimen Days. [56 minutes]

  • New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson/Afl-Cio President John Sweeney/Filmmaker John Singleton (#11164)

    A look at Time magazine's 25 Most Influential Hispanics in America with New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson and Carolina Miranda of Time. Also, AFL-CIO President John Sweeney, and filmmaker John Singleton. His new movie is Four Brothers. [56 minutes]

  • Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (#11165)

    A conversation with Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. [56 minutes]

  • Ralph Cicerone/An Appreciation of John Johnson (#11166)

    Ralph Cicerone, President, National Academy of Sciences, a look at African-American Business Pioneers James Ward and Darwin Davis with Cora Daniels of Fortune. And an appreciation of John Johnson, founder of Ebony and Jet magazines with BET Chairman and Founder Robert Johnson. [56 minutes]

  • John Patrick Shanley, Playwright, Doubt/The Cast Of Doubt (#11167)

    Doubt won the Pulitzer and the Tony Award for best play. We'll talk to the playwright John Patrick Shanley and the cast of the broadway production. [56 minutes]

  • Jane Fonda/Lauren Bacall/Jessica Lange (#11168)

    Conversations with three great actresses: Jane Fonda, Lauren Bacall, and Jessica Lange. [56 minutes]

  • Ian McEwan/Ralph Fiennes (#11169)

    Author Ian McEwan talks about his latest novel, Saturday. Actor Ralph Fiennes discusses his work in the new film, The Constant Gardener. [56 minutes]

  • Alicia Keys/Kanye West/Jay-Z (#11170)

    Conversation with three Grammy-winning musicians: Alicia Keys, Kanye West, and Jay-Z. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11171

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  • Episode #11172

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  • Episode #11173

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  • Episode #11174

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  • Episode #11175

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  • Johnny Apple/Thomas Keller/Gordon Ramsay (#11176)

    An hour about food with Johnny Apple of The New York Times, and celebrity chefs Thomas Keller and Gordon Ramsay. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11177

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  • John Breaux/Ed Zander (#11178)

    Former Louisiana Senator John Breaux on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and Ed Zander, Chairman and CEO of Motorola on the latest in communications. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11179

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  • Paul Volcker/Mark Danner/Liev Schreiber (#11180)

    Paul Volcker talks about his independent inquiry into the UN's Oil-For-Food program. Mark Danner talks about his article in The New York Times magazine on Osama Bin Laden and international terrorism, and Liev Schreiber discusses his first film as a director, Everything Is Illuminated. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11181

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  • Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani/Andrea Mitchell (#11182)

    A conversation with the Emir of Qatar, Sheik Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani about democracy in the Middle East, the role of the United States in the region, and recent changes in his nation. Andrea Mitchell, Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC News discusses her new book, Talking Back...To Presidents, Dictators, and Assorted Scoundrels. [56 minutes]

  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan (#11183)

    A conversation with Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Turkey. He talks about terrorism, the role of Turkey in global politics. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11184

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  • Karamanlis/Tutu/Fashion Week (#11185)

    A conversation with Kostas Karamanlis, Prime Minister of Greece, former Archbishop of Capetown, Desmond Tutu, and a look at Fashion Week with Kate Betts of Time magazine, and designers Zac Posen & Alice Roi. [56 minutes]

  • Ban Ki-Moon/Ahmed Aboul Gheit/Abdullah Abdullah (#11186)

    A look at the world from the perspective of three foreign ministers: Ban Ki-Moon of South Korea, Ahmed Aboul Gheit of Egypt, and Abdullah Abdullah of Afghanistan. [56 minutes]

  • Richard Parsons/Muhammad Yunus (#11187)

    A conversation with Time Warner Chairman & CEO Richard Parsons about the state of media & entertainment and the future of the company. Also, Muhammad Yunus, founder of The Grameen Bank which utilizes micro-lending in the struggle to end poverty. [56 minutes]

  • Palaniappan Chidambaram (#11188)

    An hour with Palaniappan Chidambaram, Finance Minister of India. Topics include the growing Indian economy, energy, outsourcing, and India's role in the world. [56 minutes]

  • Amre Moussa/Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu (#11189)

    Former Egyptian Foreign Minister Amre Moussa is now Secretary General of the League of Arab Nations. He discusses the latest developments in the Middle East and in Iraq. Also, Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, Secretary General of the Islamic Conference talks about the perceptions of Islam in the west and the current state of Islam. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11190

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  • South Park Creators/Zadie Smith (#11191)

    Trey Parker and Matt Stone are the creators of South Park, which just won the Emmy for best animated series. They discuss their creative process and the success of the show. Author Zadie Smith talks about her latest novel, On Beauty. [56 minutes]

  • David Remnick/Richard Dawkins (#11192)

    David Remnick, Editor of The New Yorker, on the history of catastrophe and the future of New Orleans. Also, Oxford biologist Richard Dawkins on evolution, intelligent design, and his book, The Ancestor's Tale. [56 minutes]

  • Terry Moran/William Kristol (#11193)

    ABC News Chief White House Correspondent, Terry Moran on the indictment of Representative Tom DeLay. Also, William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard discusses the charges against DeLay, the US presence in Iraq, and the new book, The Weekly Standard: A Reader: 1995-2005. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11194

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  • Episode #11195

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  • Supreme Court Nominee/Isiah Thomas & Larry Brown (#11196)

    President Bush's nomination of Harriet Miers to replace Sandra Day O' Connor on the Supreme Court will be discussed with Roger Pilon, Founder & Director of the Cato Institute's Center for Constitutional Studies, Nina Totenberg, legal correspondent for National Public Radio, and Laurence Tribe, constitutional law professor at Harvard University. Also, head coach of the New York Knicks, Larry Brown, and the president of basketball operations, Isiah Thomas. [56 minutes]

  • Sun Jiazheng (#11197)

    An hour with Sun Jiazheng, China's Minister of Culture. He discusses the rise of China, the evolving relationship between the U.S. and China, and the current Festival of China at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. [56 minutes]

  • Clarke/Somogyi/Kaiser (#11198)

    UK Home Secretary Charles Clarke, Hungary's Foreign Minister Ferenc Somogyi, and Kennedy Center President Michael Kaiser. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11199

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  • Guest Host Michael Eisner/Barry Diller/John Travolta (#11200)

    Michael Eisner, former CEO of The Walt Disney Company, serves as guest host of Charlie Rose. Mr. Eisner talks to Barry Diller, Chairman & CEO of IAC/InterActive Corp., and actor John Travolta. [56 minutes]

  • Andrew Marr/Erica Wagner/Justine Levy (#11201)

    From London: Andrew Marr, anchor of BBC's Sunday AM on British politics. Also, Erica Wagner, literary editor of The Times (London) and from New York, French author Justine Levy on her book Nothing Serious. [56 minutes]

  • Tom Goldstein/Garry Wills (#11202)

    Attorney Tom Goldstein discusses his numerous cases before the Supreme Court, the current justices, and President Bush's nominee, Harriet Miers. Also, author Garry Wills discusses his new book Henry Adams and the Making of America. [56 minutes]

  • Andy Grove/Mark Cuban (#11203)

    Intel Co-founder Andy Grove on the latest developments in medical technology. HDNet Co-founder and Chairman Mark Cuban discusses filmmaking, digital distribution and high-definition technology. [56 minutes]

  • Kevin Spacey/Leslie Cauley (#11204)

    Actor Kevin Spacey discusses his work as the artistic director at The Old Vic theatre and their new production of Richard II. Leslie Cauley discusses her book End of the Line: The Rise and Fall of AT&T. [56 minutes]

  • George Clooney/B.K.S. Iyengar (#11205)

    Filmmaker & actor George Clooney discusses his new film, Good Night, And Good Luck. Also, Yogi and author B.K.S. Lyengar. [56 minutes]

  • Cia Leak Investigation/The White Stripes (#11206)

    Mike Allen of Time magazine and Richard Keil of Bloomberg News discuss the latest developments in the CIA leak case. Musicians Jack and Meg White are The White Stripes. They discuss their music and perform As Ugly As I Seem from their latest album, Get Behind Me Satan. [56 minutes]

  • Robert Bennett/Richard Ben-Veniste/Charlize Theron (#11207)

    Speculation and analysis about developments in the CIA leak case with attorneys Robert Bennett and Richard Ben-Veniste. Actor Charlize Theron discusses her new film about the first class-action sexual harassment lawsuit, North Country. [56 minutes]

  • Christiane Amanpour/Rep. John Dingell (#11208)

    CNN's Chief International Correspondent Christiane Amanpour on Saddam Hussein's appearance in court today. Also, the Dean of the House of Representatives, John Dingell of Michigan. [56 minutes]

  • David Strathairn/George Packer (#11209)

    Actor David Strathairn discusses his portrayal of Edward R. Murrow in George Clooney's Good Night, And Good Luck. Also, George Packer, author of The Assassins' Gate: America in Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • Un Report on the Assassination of Rafik Hariri/Adam Gopnik (#11210)

    A discussion about the UN report on the assassination of Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri with Raghida Dergham of Al Hayat, Abderrahim Foukara of Al Jazeera, and Warren Hoge of The New York Times. Also, author Adam Gopnik on his new book for children, The King in the Window. [56 minutes]

  • Joan Didion (#11211)

    Author Joan Didion discusses her latest, The Year of Magical Thinking. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11212

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  • Stephen Breyer (#11213)

    An hour with Associate Justice Stephen Breyer of the US Supreme Court. [56 minutes]

  • Miers Nomination Withdrawal/Harold Bloom (#11214)

    Discussions on the withdrawal of Harriet Miers' nomination for the Supreme Court and the impact on Bush's presidency with: Terry Moran of ABC News, John Harwood of The Wall Street Journal, Roger Pilon of the Cato Institute, and Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law & Justice. Also, a discussion about religion, literature, and politics with author Harold Bloom. His new book is Jesus and Yahweh: The Names Divine. [56 minutes]

  • The Indictment and Resignation of Scooter Libby (#11215)

    Discussions on the indictment and resignation of I. Lewis Scooter Libby with Richard Stevenson of The New York Times, Richard Keil of Bloomberg News, political strategist Ed Rollins, Michael Kinsley of The Washington Post, and presidential historian and author Robert Dallek. [56 minutes]

  • Senator John McCain (#11216)

    Senator John McCain (R-AZ). [56 minutes]

  • Discussions On Avian Flu/Ray Kurzweil (#11217)

    Discussions on Avian Flu with Anthony Fauci, Director, National Institute of Allergy & Infectious Diseases, Irwin Redlender, Director, National Center for Disaster Preparedness, Mailman Schol of Public Health, Columbia University, Nils Daulaire, President, Global Health Council, & Jeffery Taubenberger, Chief of Molecular Pathology Department, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Also, inventor and author Ray Kurzweil. His new book is called The Singularity is Near. [56 minutes]

  • Jan Egeland/Anne Rice (#11218)

    A conversation with Jan Egeland, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief. Also, author Anne Rice. Her new book is Christ The Lord: Out Of Egypt. [56 minutes]

  • Jamie Foxx (#11219)

    Actor & Musician Jamie Foxx talks about his career in film, his passion for music, and his new film, Jarhead. [56 minutes]

  • Gov. Bill Richardson/Hugh Panero of Xm Radio/Isabelle Huppert (#11220)

    Governor Bill Richardson on his political future, his experience in North Korea, and his new book, Between Worlds: The Making of An American Life. Hugh Panero, President and CEO of XM Satellite Radio on the growth of satellite radio and the future of the business. Also, actress Isabelle Huppert. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11221

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  • Lee Raymond, Chairman & Ceo of Exxon Mobil (#11222)

    An hour with Exxon Mobil Chairman & CEO, Lee Raymond. Before his retirement at the end of this year, he sits down with Charlie Rose to discuss the current state of the oil industry and the future of energy in the world market. [56 minutes]

  • Jimmy Carter/Scott Turow (#11223)

    Former President Jimmy Carter discusses his new book, Our Endangered Values: America's Moral Crisis. Also, author Scott Turow discusses his novel, Ordinary Heroes. [56 minutes]

  • Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr. (#11224)

    Arthur O. Sulzberger, Jr., Chairman of The New York Times Company and Publisher of The New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Week In Review/John Berendt (#11225)

    The week in review with Michael Duffy of Time, Jim Hoagland of The Wall Street Journal, and Abderrahim Foukara of Al Jazeera. Also, author John Berendt. His new book is The City of Falling Angels. [56 minutes]

  • Gordon Moore (#11226)

    A wide-ranging conversation with Intel co-founder, Gordon Moore. [56 minutes]

  • Ahmed Chalabi (#11227)

    An hour with Ahmed Chalabi, Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11228

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  • Episode #11229

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  • Episode #11230

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  • Episode #11232

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  • Maureen Dowd/Roger Waters (#11233)

    A conversation with New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd. Her new book is Are Men Necessary?. Also, Roger Waters, founding member of Pink Floyd, on his new opera, Ca Ira. [56 minutes]

  • Magic Johnson (#11234)

    An hour with twelve-time NBA All-Star, Earvin Magic Johnson. He talks about his career in basketball and his latest endeavors in business, including Johnson Development Corporation which brings new opportunities to neglected urban neighborhoods. [56 minutes]

  • Richard Posner (#11235)

    An hour with legal scholar Richard Posner. He is a judge on the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and the author of Preventing Surprise Attacks: Intelligence Reform in the Wake of 9/11. [56 minutes]

  • John F. Burns/Mark Warner (#11236)

    From Baghdad, a discussion about the trial of Saddam Hussein and the situation in Iraq with John F. Burns of The New York Times Also, a conversation with Virginia Governor Mark Warner about his successes in Virginia and his future in politics. [56 minutes]

  • Brian Wilson/Michael Boyd (#11237)

    Musician Brian Wilson on his new Christmas album, What I Really Want For Christmas, and Michael Boyd, artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company. [56 minutes]

  • Sanger & Defrank/Richard Clarke/Niki Caro (#11238)

    David Sanger of The New York Times and Thomas DeFrank of the New York Daily News discuss President Bush's speech on his strategy for victory in Iraq. Richard Clarke discusses the situation in Iraq as well as his new novel, The Scorpion's Gate. Also, Niki Caro, director of the film North Country. [56 minutes]

  • John Hope Franklin (#11239)

    An hour with professor emeritus at Duke University John Hope Franklin. His autobiography is Mirror To America. [56 minutes]

  • Thom Mayne, Architect (#11240)

    Architecture and life with Thom Mayne. An hour with the 2005 Pritzker Prize laureate. [56 minutes]

  • Mike Huckabee/Adrien Brody (#11241)

    Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee on life and politics and actor Adrien Brody talks about his new film, Peter Jackson's King Kong. [56 minutes]

  • Judi Dench & Stephen Frears/Grover Norquist (#11242)

    Actress Judi Dench and director Stephen Frears discuss their new film Mrs. Henderson Presents. Also, a conversation with the president of Americans for Tax Reform, Grover Norquist. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11243

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  • Karen Hughes (#11244)

    A conversation with Karen Hughes, Under Secretary for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs, U.S. Department of State. [56 minutes]

  • Stephen Gaghan (#11245)

    A conversation with Stephen Gaghan, writer and director of the new film Syriana. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11246

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  • Episode #11247

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  • Episode #11248

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  • Episode #11249

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  • James Kelly/Tommy Lee Jones/Nicholas Negroponte (#11250)

    Time magazine managing editor James Kelly on the magazine's year in photos issue and their upcoming person of the year. Tommy Lee Jones on his new film, The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada. Nicholas Negroponte, chairman and founder of the MIT Media Lab on the $100 laptop. [56 minutes]

  • Doris Kearns Goodwin (#11251)

    A conversation with Doris Kearns Goodwin about her new biography, A Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #11252

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  • A Review of the Year's Films (#11253)

    An hour-long review of the year in films with: A.O. SCOTT of The New York Times, LISA SCHWARZBAUM of Entertainment Weekly, RICHARD CORLISS of Time, and DAVID DENBY, The New Yorker. [56 minutes]

  • George Shultz/Jan Egeland (#11254)

    Former Secretary of State George Shultz, and Jan Egeland, U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs & Emergency Relief. [56 minutes]

  • Diane Keaton/Rob Marshall (#11255)

    Actress Diane Keaton on her new film, The Family Stone, and Rob Marshall, director of Memoirs of a Geisha. [56 minutes]

  • Milton Friedman (#11256)

    An hour with Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman. [56 minutes]

  • Walter Mossberg/Reed Hastings (#11257)

    The year in technology with Walter Mossberg, personal technology columnist at The Wall Street Journal, and the founder and CEO of Netflix, Reed Hastings. [56 minutes]

  • Jed Perl/Nicolai Ouroussoff (#11258)

    A conversation with Jed Perl, author of New Art City. Also, Nicolai Ouroussoff discusses his role at The New York Times, and the state of architecture today. [56 minutes]

  • Dr. Kevin Cahill/Hugh Morton/Carol Radziwill (#11259)

    Dr. Kevin Cahill, tropical disease expert, is the author of To Bear Witness: A Journey of Healing and Solidarity. Hugh Morton is a conservationist and photographer. Carol Radziwill's memoir is What Remains. [56 minutes]

  • The Year In Music/The White Countess/Darwin Exhibition (#11260)

    The year in music with four critics, a discussion about the new film The White Countess with director James Ivory, and actors Ralph Fiennes and Natasha Richardson, and Niles Eldredge, curator at the American Museum of Natural History talks about the Charles Darwin exhibit. [56 minutes]

  • E.L. Doctorow (#12001)

    An hour with novelist E.L. Doctorow. His latest is The March. It was nominated for the National Book Award. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #12002

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  • Episode #12003

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  • Episode #12004

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  • Episode #12005

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  • Michael Chertoff/James Risen (#12006)

    Michael Chertoff, Secretary of Homeland Security, talks about threats facing the United States and the government's response. James Risen of The New York Times discusses his story about the NSA's surveillance of US citizens and his new book, State of War: The Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration. [56 minutes]

  • Samuel Alito Senate Confirmation Hearings (#12007)

    Discussions about the Samuel Alito Senate confirmation hearings with former Solicitor General Charles Fried, Noah Feldman of NYU Law School, John Yoo of the law school at UC Berkeley, David Lat, former federal prosecutor and author of the Underneath Their Robes blog, and Evan Thomas, assistant managing editor of Newsweek. [56 minutes]

  • L.Paul Bremer III (#12008)

    Former Presidential Envoy to Iraq, L. Paul Bremer III, talks about his experience as the administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority. His book is called My Year in Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • David Brooks (#12009)

    David Brooks is a columnist for The New York Times. He discusses the political and cultural state of the nation for the hour. [56 minutes]

  • Kiefer Sutherland/Peter Bergen (#12010)

    Actor Kiefer Sutherland talks about creating the fifth season of his hit television series 24 and about his life away from the show. Author and journalist Peter Bergen discusses the state of al Qaeda today and the man behind the organization. His book is The Osama bin Laden I Know. [56 minutes]

  • John Hope Franklin (#12011)

    A rebroadcast of an hour with John Hope Franklin, Professor Emeritus of history at Duke University. His autobiography is Mirror To America. [56 minutes]

  • Bennett Miller/The War That Made America/Elaine Stritch (#12012)

    Director Bennett Miller discusses his film Capote. Directors Eric Stange and Ben Loeterman and WQED Multimedia General Manager Deborah Acklin talk about the PBS film The War That Made America about the French & Indian War. Elaine Stritch talks about her cabaret show at the Carlyle Hotel and her life as a performer. [56 minutes]

  • Shaukat Aziz, Prime Minister of Pakistan (#12013)

    A conversation with Pakistan's Prime Minister, Shaukat Aziz. Topics include the recent US bombing in Pakistan, the global fight against terrorism, perceptions of Islam around the world, and Pakistan's relationship with India, Iran, and the United States. Also, a preview of tomorrow night's conversation with former acting director of the CIA, John McLaughlin. [56 minutes]

  • David Margolick/Charles Peters/Steven Johnson (#12014)

    Author David Margolick discusses his book Beyond Glory: Joe Louis vs. Max Schmeling, and a World on the Brink. Charles Peters, Founder & former Editor-in-Chief of The Washington Monthly. Also, Steven Johnson, author of Everything Bad is Good For You. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #12015

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  • Henry Louis Gates, Jr./Spencer Wells/Douglas Lute (#12016)

    Henry Louis Gates, Jr. of Harvard University talks about his latest project for PBS, African American Lives. Spencer Wells is the director of the Genographic Project which aims to chart ancient human migrations from Africa across the continents. We conclude with part two of a conversation with Major General Douglas Lute, Director of Operations, Centcom. [56 minutes]

  • Anthony Hopkins (#12017)

    An hour with actor Anthony Hopkins on his life and work. His latest role is motorcycle racer Burt Munro in the film The World's Fastest Indian. [56 minutes]

  • Zalmay Khalilzad/John McLaughlin (#12018)

    Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, speaks about the current political situation in Iraq. We conclude with part two of a conversation with John McLaughlin, Former Acting Director of the CIA. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #12019

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  • Bernard-Henri Levy/Senator Ron Wyden (D-Or) (#12020)

    French philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy's latest book, American Vertigo, recounts his journey through the United States. Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) discusses his flat tax proposal. [56 minutes]

  • Martha Raddatz/Witness/Gilberto Gil (#12021)

    An update on the condition of ABC journalists Doug Voft and Bob Woodruff with ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Martha Raddatz. Also, a conversation about the human rights organization Witness with its co-founder, musician Peter Gabriel, Executive Director Gillian Caldwell, and Van Jones, Executive Director of Books Not Bars. We conclude with musician Gilberto Gil. He's Brazil's Minister of Culture. [56 minutes]

  • Live Coverage of the State of the Union (#12022)

    Live coverage of the President's State of the Union address with: Evan Bayh, Senator (D-IN); Kay Bailey Hutchison, Senator (R-TX); Charlie Cook, Editor, Cook Political Report; Ken Duberstein, Chairman & CEO, The Duberstein Group/Former Chief of Staff for President Reagan; Chrystia Freeland, US Managing Editor, Financial Times; Thomas DeFrank, Washington Bureau Chief, NY Daily News; Mike Allen, White House Correspondent, Time; John Harwood, Political Editor, The Wall Street Journal; David Sanger, The New York Times [56 minutes]

  • Norman Augustine & Roy Vagelos/Noah Baumbach (#12023)

    A discussion about science & technology and maintaining America's competitive edge with former Lockheed Martin Chairman & CEO Norman Augustine and former Chairman & CEO of Merck, Roy Vagelos. Also, filmmaker Noah Baumbach talks about his latest film, "The Squid and the Whale". He just received an academy award nomination for best original screenplay . [56 minutes]

  • Joe Roth/Bryce Dallas Howard/An Appreciation of Wilson Pickett (#12024)

    Revolution Studios founder and director Joe Roth talks about his latest film, Freedomland. Actress Bryce Dallas Howard talks about her role in the new Lars Von Trier film, Manderlay. We conclude with an appreciation of Wilson Pickett. [56 minutes]

  • Super Bowl Preview/Iran Panel/Week In Politics (#12025)

    A Super Bowl preview with Peter King of Sports Illustrated. A discussion about Iran's nuclear ambitions with: David Sanger, White House Correspondent, The New York Times Kenneth Pollack, Senior Fellow, Saban Center, The Brookings Institution Gary Sick, Columbia University, Ray Takeyh, Council on Foreign Relations. And a look at the week in politics and a look ahead with Adam Nagourney of The New York Times and Mark Halperin, Political Director, ABC News. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Wendy Wasserstein (#12026)

    An appreciation of playwright Wendy Wasserstein with four of her friends and colleagues. [56 minutes]

  • Thierry Breton/Philippe De Montebello (#12027)

    Segment 1: A discussion about France, the Global economy, and the French Government's reaction to the proposed merger between companies Arcelor and Mittal. Segment 2: Director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Philippe de Montebello talks about the Met's agreement to return a prized, ancient Greek vase to Italy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #12028

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  • Cartoon Controversy/Harrison Ford (#12029)

    A discussion about the controversy surrounding cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad with Abderrahim Foukara of Al Jazeera, Thomas Kleine-Brockhoff, Washington Bureau Chief of Die Zeit, and Nihad Awad, Executive Director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Also, a conversation with actor Harrison Ford. His new film is "Firewall". [56 minutes]

  • Karl Lagerfeld and Harriet Mays Powell (#12030)

    As Fashion Week ends in New York, we feature a conversation with designer Karl Lagerfeld. They are joined by New York magazine Fashion Director, Harriet Mays Powell. [56 minutes]

  • Prince Turki Al-Faisal (#12031)

    A discussion with Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to the United States about US-Saudi relations, Iraq, and oil. [56 minutes]

  • Henry Crumpton/Low-Fat Study (#12032)

    Segment 1: Henry Crumpton, Coordinator for Counterterrorism for the US Dept. of state talks about homeland security, terrorism and other foreign policy issues. Segment 2: Dr. Peter Libby, Dr. Antonio Gotto, and Dr. Rudy Leibel talk about the recently released low fast study. [56 minutes]

  • Dick Cheney's Shooting Incident, Samuel L. Jackson, and Rufus (winner of the 130th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show) (#12033)

    Tom DeFrank, David Sanger, and David Gergen talk with Charlie about Vice President Dick Cheney's shooting incident. Samuel L. Jackson talks about Freedomland and his career. And Rufus, the Bull Terrier and his handler talk about the dog's life. [56 minutes]

  • Paul Pillar and Gov. Edward G Rendell (#12034)

    Paul Pillar, former deputy chief of counterterroism center at the CIA and Governor Edward G. Rendell of Pennsylvania. [56 minutes]

  • Donald Rumsfeld (#12035)

    U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. [56 minutes]

  • Joe Paterno/John Feinstein (#12036)

    Segment 1: A conversation about athletics and leadership with Joe Paterno, Head coach at Pennsylvania State University. Segment 2: Author John Feinstein discusses his new book Last Dance: Behind The Scenes At The Final Four. [56 minutes]

  • Chris Patten/Wendy Whelan (#12037)

    Segment 1: A conversation with Oxford University Chancellor Chris Patten, also author of the book Cousins and Strangers : America, Britain, and Europe in a New Century. Segment 2: Wendy Whelan talks about her career as the principal dancer for the New York City Ballet. [56 minutes]

  • Richard Reeves/Tony Judt (#12038)

    Segment 1: Presidential historian Richard Reeves discusses the life and legacy of President Ronald Reagan. His book is called President Reagan: The Triumph of Imagination. Segment 2: A look at the past and future of Europe with Tony Judt, author of Postwar: A History of Europe Since 1945. [56 minutes]

  • Rachel Weisz/Robin Wright Penn/Catherine Keene (#12039)

    Segment 1: Actor Rachel Weisz talks about her Academy Award nominated performance in The Constant Gardner. Segment 2: A discussion with Robin Wright Penn about her film Sorry, Haters. Segment 3: Cather Keener talks about her portrayal of writer Harper Lee, and being nominated for an Oscar in Capote. [56 minutes]

  • Terrence Howard/Paul Haggis/Torie Clarke (#12040)

    Segment 1: Actor Terrence Howard talks about his performances in two acclaimed films, Paul Haggis's Crash and Hustle and Flow for which he's nominated for an Oscar in the Best Actor category. Segment 2: Writer/Director Paul Haggis discusses his film Crash, nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture. Segment 3: Former Pentagon Communications Director Torie Clarke discusses current events and her new book, Lipstick on a Pig: Winning In the No-Spin Era by Someone Who Knows the Game. [56 minutes]

  • Exclusive - Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India (#12041)

    An exclusive conversation with Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India. This conversation will begin a week of interviews taped in India ahead of President Bush's historic visit. Each night, from February 27th to March 3rd, we'll feature discussions with the people shaping the new India. [56 minutes]

  • M.K. Narayanan/Journalist Panel/Gucharan Das (#12042)

    Segment 1: M.K. Narayanan, National Security Adviser Of India. Segment 2: A Discussion with prominent journalists based in India Shekhar Gupta, Editor In Chief, The Indian Express Siddharth Varadarajan, Deputy Editor, The Hindu Jo Johnson, South Asia Bureau Chief, Financial Times. Segment 3: Gucharan Das, Columnist, Times of India. [56 minutes]

  • Azim Premji/Nandan Nilekani (#12043)

    Segment 1: Azim Premji, Chairman, Wipro. Segment 2: Nandan Nilekani, CEO, Infosys Technologies. [56 minutes]

  • Ratan Tata/Kiran Mazumdar Shaw/Anil Agarwal (#12044)

    Segment 1: Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Group. Segment 2: Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Chairman and Managing Director, Biocon. Segment 3: Anil Agarwal, Chairman, Vedanta Resources. [56 minutes]

  • Oscar Preview/Santiago Calatrava (#12045)

    Segment 1: A preview of the 78th Academy Awards, with a look back at some of the nominees of that have appeared on the show in the past year. Segment 2: Architect Santiago Calatrava talks about is work in art and architecture, which is on exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. [56 minutes]

  • Nicholas Burns/Shabana Azmi (#12046)

    Segment 1: Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs. Segment 2: Shabana Azmi, Actor. [56 minutes]

  • Kofi Annan, Un Secretary-General (#12047)

    An hour with Kofi Annan, Secretary-General of the United Nations. He looks back at his tenure at the UN and the future of the organization. They also discuss UN reforms, Iran's nuclear ambitions, and other global issues. [56 minutes]

  • John Edwards & Jack Kemp/Gene Sperling /Remembering Gordon Parks (#12048)

    Segment 1: Former Senator John Edwards (D-NC) and former Representative Jack Kemp (R-NY) are Co-Chairs of the Council on Foreign Relations Independent Task Force on U.S.-Russia Relations. Segment 2: A conversation about economics with Gene Sperling, Senior fellow, Council on Foreign Relations and the author of "The Pro-Growth Progressive: An Economic Strategy For Shared Prosperity". Segment 3: An appreciation of Photographer Gordon Parks. [56 minutes]

  • Walid Jumblatt/Michael Steinhardt/Robert Towne (#12049)

    Segment 1: Walid Jumblatt, Member of Parliament in Lebanon. Segment 2: Former Hedge Fund investor and Founder, Steinhardt Partners, Michael Steinhardt. Segment 3: Robert Towne, Screenwriter/Director, Ask The Dust. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Jeffrey Immelt (#12050)

    An hour with Jeffrey Immelt, Chairman and CEO, General Electric. [56 minutes]

  • Michael Gordon & Bernard Trainor/Michael Duelfer (#12051)

    Segment 1: Michael Gordon & Bernard Trainor discuss their book, "Cobra II", on the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Segment 2: A conversation with Michael Duelfer, former head of the Iraq Survey Group. [56 minutes]

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  • Sidney Lumet/Preview of Eugene O'neill Documentary (#12057)

    Filmmaker Sidney Lumet talks about his career in film. His films include 12 Angry Men, Network, and Serpico. His latest is Find Me Guilty. Also, a preview of the new Ric Burns documentary on playwright Eugene O'Neill, part of the American Experience series on PBS. [56 minutes]

  • Analyzing The Threat of Avian Flu (#12058)

    An hour-long look at the threat of Avian Flu with: Sir Paul Nurse, President, Rockefeller University, Michael Leavitt, Secretary of Health & Human Services, Dr. Julie Gerberding, Director, Centers for Disease Control, Dr. Harvey Fineberg, President, Institute of Medicine, Dr. Peter Palese, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Dr. David Nabarro, Coordinator, U.N. Response to Avian Flu, & Laurie Garrett, Author / Council on Foreign Relations. [56 minutes]

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  • William F. Buckley, Jr. (#12060)

    An hour with author and National Review founder William F. Buckley, Jr. [56 minutes]

  • Bashar Al-Assad, President of Syria (#12061)

    From Damascus, Syria, a conversation with Bashar Al-Assad, President of Syria. [56 minutes]

  • Resignation of Andrew Card/Israeli Election/Ana Marie Cox (#12062)

    Segment 1: Guest Host Ken Duberstein talks with Mike Allen of Time Magazine, Roger Simon from Bloomberg News and Ken Walsh from U.S. News and World Report about the resignation of White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card. Segment 2: Guest Host Dennis Ross talks about the possible implications of the election in Israel with Ziad Asali from the American Task Force on Palestine and David Makovsky from the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Segment 3: Former blogger from Wonkette.com Ana Marie Cox talks about her new novel Dog Days. [56 minutes]

  • Guest Host: Dr. Harold Varmus in conversation with Dr. Harold Varmus (#12063)

    Nobel laureate Dr. Harold Varmus, Chairman & CEO of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, serves as guest host for this conversation with neurobiologist Dr. Eric Kandel. Dr. Kandel is also a Nobel laureate. He is a professor at Columbia University and the author of In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind. [56 minutes]

  • Road to Innovation: George Clooney & Michael Eisner (#12064)

    Filmmaker George Clooney and former Disney CEO Michael Eisner are the featured guests on this first installment of a new four-part series, Road to Innovation. Part one features a lively conversation about the current state and uncertain future of the rapidly changing entertainment industry. [56 minutes]

  • U.S. Military Strategy In Iraq/Final Four Preview/Abigail Pogrebin (#12065)

    Segment 1: Guest Host James Fallows from The Atlantic Monthly talks about lessons learned in Vietnam and the U.S. Military strategy in Iraq with: Lt. Col. John Nagl, U.S. Army; Lt. Col. Lewis Sorley, U.S. Army (Retired); Lt. Col. Conrad Crane, U.S. Army (Retired). Segment 2: A preview of the Final Four with sports author John Feinstein and CBS Sports journalist Billy Packer. Segment 3: Television producer Abigail Pogrebin talks with Charlie Rose about her new book "Stars of David." [56 minutes]

  • Guest host Bill Moyers discusses Faith and Science with Philosopher Daniel C. Dennett (#12066)

    Guest host Bill Moyers talks to philosopher Daniel C. Dennett. Dennett is the director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University. His latest book is Breaking The Spell: Religion as a Natural Phenomenon. [56 minutes]

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  • Guest Host Christiane Amanpour with Iran's UN Ambassador Javad Zarif, former UK Special Rep. to Iraq, Jeremy Greenstock (#12068)

    Guest Host Christiane Amanpour of CNN talks with Iran's Ambassador to the United Nations, Javad Zarif about the nation's nuclear ambitions. She also speaks to Sir Jeremy Greenstock, former UK Special Representative to Iraq, and former UK Ambassador to the United Nations. [56 minutes]

  • Guest Host Brian Williams/ On Meacham/Marian Wright Edelman/Vincent Falcone (#12069)

    Guest Host Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News talks to Jon Meacham, managing editor of Newsweek magazine. His new book is American Gospel. Also, a conversation with Marian Wright Edelman, founder and president of the Children's Defense Fund about children displaced by Hurricane Katrina. We conclude with Charlie's interview with Vincent Falcone, author of Frankly - Just Between Us: My Life Conducting Frank Sinatra's Music. [56 minutes]

  • Politics: Week In Review/Gen. Anthony Zinni (#12070)

    Guest host Judy Woodruff reviews the week in politics with James Carney of Time magazine and David Sanger of The New York Times. We conclude with guest host George Packer's conversation with General Anthony Zinni, USMC (retired), author of The Battle For Peace. [56 minutes]

  • Tony Judt & Richard Gardner/Nicolai Ouroussoff & Frank Gehry (#12071)

    Segment 1: Director of NYU's Remarque Institute Tony Judt talks to Former U.S. Ambassador to Italy Richard Gardner about the election in Italy. Gardner's book is called "Mission Italy: On The Front Lines of the Cold War." Segment 2: The New York Times architecture critic Nicolai Ouroussoff talks to architect Frank Gehry about his current projects and a documentary film by Sydney Pollack called "Sketches of Frank Gehry." [56 minutes]

  • Democrats & National Security/Fiona Apple (#12072)

    Segment 1: Guest Host Richard Holbrooke leads a discussion about the Democratic party and security issues with: Les Gelb, President Emeritus, Council on Foreign Relations, Peter Beinart, Editor at Large, The New Republic, Representative Jane Harman (D-CA), and Joe Klein of Time magazine. Segment 2: Guest Host Sasha Frere-Jones talks to musician Fiona Apple about her latest album, Extraordinary Machine, and her career in music. [56 minutes]

  • Iran/William Safire & Jesse Sheidlower/Yue-Sai Kan (#12073)

    Segment 1: A discussion about Iran's nuclear ambitions with guest host Daljit Dhaliwal, Gary Sick of Columbia University, and Joseph Cirincione of the Carnegie Endowment of International Peace. Segment 2: William Safire of The New York Times discusses the english language with Jesse Sheidlower, editor at large of The Oxford English Dictionary. Segment 3: Charlie's conversation with Yue-Sai Kan, host of "Yue-Sai's World". [56 minutes]

  • Road to Innovation: Eric Schmidt and Ivan Seidenberg (#12074)

    Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg are the featured guests on this second installment of the four-part series, Road to Innovation. Part two features a lively discussion with Schmidt and Seidenberg about current innovations in technology and the impact they might have in the next few years. [56 minutes]

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  • Women's Health Issues/Tyler Perry (#12077)

    Guest Host Robert Bazell of NBC discusses the latest in women's health issues with Frances Visco of the National Breast Cancer Coalition, Clifford Hudis of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and Marcia Stefanick of Stanford University. Also, filmmaker, playwright, and author Tyler Perry discusses his latest film, Madea's Family Reunion and his new book, Don't Make a Black Woman Take Off Her Earrings with guest host Elvis Mitchell. [56 minutes]

  • McClellan Resigns/Tom Friedman/Michael Gazzani (#12078)

    Guest host Steve Kroft discusses the resignation of White House press secretary Scott McClellan and other changes in the Bush administration with Michael Duffy of Time magazine. Also, a conversation with Tom Friedman of the New York Times with guest host James Fallows of The Atlantic Monthly. Guest host William Safire of the New York Times talks to Michael Gazzaniga, Director of the Sage Center for the Study of the Mind at the University of California, Santa Barbara. [56 minutes]

  • China Relations/Joseph Perella/Kenji Yoshino (#12079)

    Guest host Andrea Koppel leads a discussion about Chinese president Hu Jintao's visit to the United States and the state of U.S. - China relations with guests Elizabeth Economy of the Council on Foreign Relations, Michael Green of the Center for Strategic and International Studies, and Andrew Nathan of Columbia University. Guest host Maria Bartiromo of CNBC talks to investment banker Joseph Perella. We conclude with Charlie's conversation with author Kenji Yoshino. His book is Covering: The Hidden Assault on our Civil Rights. [56 minutes]

  • Fouad Siniora/Miuccia Prada (#12080)

    Guest host Jane Arraf of the Council on Foreign Relations talks to Fouad Siniora, Prime Minister of Lebanon. Also, guest host Ingrid Sischy, editor-in-chief of Interview magazine, talks to designer Miuccia Prada. [56 minutes]

  • Tom Davis/Political Roundtable with Cokie Roberts/France Panel (#12081)

    Guest Host Cokie Roberts of ABC News talks to Rep. Tom Davis (R-VA) about the upcoming mid-term elections and the state of the Republican party. Guest Host Cokie Roberts discusses national politics with Linda Wertheimer of NPR and Linda Douglass of New York University. Guest Host Adam Gopnik leads a discussion about the current state of politics in France with philosopher and author Bernard-Henri Levy and Roger Cohen of the International Herald Tribune. [56 minutes]

  • Efraim Halevy/Sudan Panel (#12082)

    Guest host Brian Ross of ABC News talks to Efraim Halevy, former director of Mossad and author of Man in the Shadows. We conclude with a discussion about the situation in Sudan with guest host Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times, Senator Barack Obama (D-IL), Jan Egeland of the United Nations, and Ken Bacon of Refugees International, [56 minutes]

  • Judy Woodruff & Mike Allen/Wole Soyinka/Jeremy Allaire (#12083)

    Guest host Judy Woodruff talks politics with Mike Allen of Time magazine. Nobel laureate Wole Soyinka talks with guest host David Remnick of The New Yorker. We conclude with guest host Walt Mossberg of The Wall Street Journal in conversation with Jeremy Allaire, CEO of Brightcove. [56 minutes]

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  • Laurence Fishburne/A Panel On Poet Elizabeth Bishop (#12085)

    Guest host Elvis Mitchell talks to actor Laurence Fishburne about his two new films, Akeelah and the Bee and Mission Impossible III. Sam Tanenhaus, editor of the New York Times Book Review talks about the late poet Elizabeth Bishop with David Orr of the Times Book Review and Alice Quinn, poetry editor at The New Yorker. [56 minutes]

  • Stephen Schwarzman and David Rubenstein/Sebastian Junger/An Appreciation of John Kenneth Galbraith (#12086)

    Guest host Maria Bartiromo of CNBC talks to Steve Schwarzman, Chairman and CEO of The Blackstone Group, and David Rubenstein, Managing Director of The Carlyle Group. Guest host Steve Kroft of CBS News talks to author Sebastian Junger about his latest book, A Death in Belmont. We conclude with an appreciation of economist and author John Kenneth Galbraith. [56 minutes]

  • Politics with Guest Host George Stephanopoulos/J.J. Abrams (#12087)

    Guest host George Stephanopoulos of ABC News discusses the state of the Republican party and upcoming mid-term elections with Republican strategist Ed Rollins, Katrina vanden Heuvel of The Nation, Jonathan Alter of Newsweek, and Adam Nagourney of The New York Times. We conclude with J.J. Abrams, creator of the television hits Lost and Alias and director of the new film Mission Impossible III. [56 minutes]

  • Madeleine Albright/An Appreciation of Louis Rukeyser (#12088)

    Guest host Andrea Mitchell of NBC News talks to former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright about the world today and her new book, The Mighty and the Almighty. We conclude with an appreciation of financial journalist Louis Rukeyser. [56 minutes]

  • A discussion about the public understanding of Science/Bishop T.D. Jakes (#12089)

    A conversation about the public understanding of science with guest host Sir Paul Nurse, President of The Rockefeller University, physicist Brian Greene, and actor Alan Alda. We conclude with minister and author Bishop T.D. Jakes with guest host Bob Abernethy, host of Religion and Ethics Newsweekly. [56 minutes]

  • Chris Martin/Frank McCourt/Ala Bashir (#12090)

    Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin talks to guest host Joe Levy, Executive Editor of Rolling Stone. Guest host Calvin Trillin talks to Frank McCourt, author of Teacher Man. We conclude with Charlie's interview with Ala Bashir, Saddam Hussein's former physician. He's also an artist and the author of The Insider: Trapped in Saddam's Brutal Regime. [56 minutes]

  • C.I.A. Director Nomination/Immigration Reform/The Pajama Game (#12091)

    Guest host Brian Ross of ABC News talks to former acting director of the C.I.A. John McLaughlin and Eric Lichtblau of The New York Times about President Bush's nominee for C.I.A. Director, Michael Hayden. Guest host Ray Suarez of The NewsHour talks to Roberto Suro of the Pew Hispanic Center and Rep. Tom Tancredo about immigration reform. We conclude with guest host Frank Rich of The New York Times. He talks to actors Kelli O'Hara and Harry Connick, Jr. and director Kathleen Marshall about the Broadway revival of The Pajama Game. [56 minutes]

  • The Latest on the ENRON Trial/The History Boys (#12092)

    Guest host Ron Insana of CNBC talks to Kurt Eichenwald of The New York Times about the Enron trial. We conclude with a discussion about The History Boys on Broadway. Guest Host John Lahr of The New Yorker talks to the playwright, Alan Bennett, and the director, Nicholas Hytner. [56 minutes]

  • Rep. Peter Hoekstra/Reuel Marc Gerecht/Andrew Kohut/Matthew Continetti (#12093)

    Guest host William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard begins with Rep. Peter Hoekstra (R-MI) who discusses President Bush's nominee for CIA Director, Michael Hayden. We continue on the same topic with Reuel Marc Gerecht, Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute. Next is Andrew Kohut, author of America Against The World and president of the Pew Research Center. We conclude with Matthew Continetti, author of The K Street Gang : The Rise and Fall of the Republican Machine. [56 minutes]

  • Howell Raines and Walter Isaacson/Saddam's Delusions (#12094)

    Guest host Walter Isaacson talks to former Executive Editor of The New York Times, Howell Raines. Raines is the author of The One That Got Away: A Memoir. James Hoge talks to James Lacey and Kevin Woods about their article in the May/June issue of Foreign Affairs called Saddam's Delusions: The View From the Inside. [56 minutes]

  • Salman Rushdie and Deepa Mehta/Brian Grazer and Malcolm Gladwell (#12095)

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  • President Bush Immigration Address/Edward Norton (#12096)

    Guest host Judy Woodruff talks to Linda Wertheimer of NPR and Jeanne Cummings of the Wall Street Journal about President Bush's address on immigration. We conclude with actor Edward Norton. His film is Down in the Valley. He talks to guest host Elvis Mitchell. [56 minutes]

  • Update on the Gulf Coast Region/Michael Mandelba (#12097)

    We begin with an update on the Gulf Coast region with guest host Cokie Roberts of ABC News, Senator David Vitter (R-LA), and Joseph Becker of the American Red Cross and Mark Shriver of Save the Children. Guest Host Daljit Dhaliwal talks to author Michael Mandelbaum about his book The Case for Goliath: How America Acts As the World's Government in the Twenty-first Century. [56 minutes]

  • Update on the Gulf Coast Rebuilding/Karen Armstrong/An Appreciation of George Crile (#12098)

    We begin with an update on the Gulf Coast rebuilding effort with guest host Walter Isaacson, Vice Chairman of the Louisiana Recovery Authority. He talks to Alphonso Jackson, US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, and Don Powell, Federal Coordinator for Gulf Coast Recovery. Also, Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA). Guest host Rev. Peter Gomes talks with author Karen Armstrong about her new book The Great Transformation: The Beginning of Our Religious Traditions. We conclude with an appreciation of George Crile. [56 minutes]

  • Floyd Abrams/Kiefer Sutherland/Jean Smart (#12099)

    We begin with a discussion about the legal issues surrounding domestic surveillance with guest host Brian Ross of ABC News and attorney Floyd Abrams. Actor Kiefer Sutherland talks to Ken Tucker of Entertainment Weekly about his portrayal of Jack Bauer in 24. We conclude with actress Jean Smart. She discusses her portrayal of First Lady Martha Logan on 24 with guest host Ken Tucker. [56 minutes]

  • Gov. Mitt Romney/A Discussion About Sleep (#12111)

    Guest host Judy Woodruff talks to Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. We conclude with a conversation about the science of sleep with guest host Paul Nurse, president of The Rockefeller University, Robert Basner of Columbia University, and Charles Czeisler of Brigham and Women's Hospital. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Richard Armitage (#12117)

    An hour with Richard Armitage, former deputy secretary of state. He talks about Iraq, terrorism, his tenure in the state department, and the CIA leak investigation. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Bill Buford (#12125)

    An hour all about food, cooking, and restaurants with author Bill Buford. His new book is Heat: An Amateur's Adventures as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta-Maker, and Apprentice to a Dante-Quoting Butcher in Tuscany. [56 minutes]

  • Dr. Allan Rosenfield/World Cup Preview/Wimbled Preview (#12135)

    A conversation with Dr. Allan Rosenfield, dean of the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University. Also, a World Cup Finals preview with Tommy Smyth of ESPN. And we conclude with a Wimbledon Finals preview with Four-Time Grand Slam winner Jim Courier. [56 minutes]

  • Fouad Ajami/Dov Charney (#12140)

    Fouad Ajami discusses his book, The Foreigner's Gift: The Americans, the Arabs, and the Iraqis in Iraq. We conclude with Dov Charney, founder and CEO of American Apparel. He discusses urban culture and fashion and the success of his company. [56 minutes]

  • Christiane Amanpour/Steve Case/Paul Giamatti (#12145)

    The latest on the conflict in the Middle East with Christiane Amanpour, Chief International Correspondent for CNN. She reports from Metula, Israel, near the border with Lebanon. Steve Case, Chairman and CEO of Revolution talks about health care and media. We conclude with actor Paul Giamatti. The film is Lady in the Water. [56 minutes]

  • A Discussion About The Brain/Filmmaker Lee Danie (#12150)

    A discussion about the science and the mysteries of the brain and the story of Terry Wallis, who woke spontaneously after 19 years from a state of minimal consciousness. Charlie talks to Nicholas Schiff and Henning Voss of the Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, and Joseph Giacino of the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute in New Jersey. We conclude with Lee Daniels, producer of Monster's Ball and The Woodsman. His new film, his first as a director, is Shadowboxer. [56 minutes]

  • Lee Scott (#12152)

    An in-depth conversation with Lee Scott, the CEO of Wal-Mart, the world's largest retailer. Lee speaks openly about the challenges facing the future of the global company, and he and Charlie take a tour of one of their stores. [56 minutes]

  • Kissinger/Collette Elins (#12153)

    Segment 1: Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger gives a historical perspective on the current crisis on the Middle East. Segment 2: Harvard historian Caroline Elkins talks about the little known British internment camps in Kenya, and her book "Imperial Reckoning: The Untold Story of Britain's Gulag in Kenya." [56 minutes]

  • World Trade Center (#12154)

    Segment 1: A look at the film "World Trade Center" with director Oliver Stone, and stars Nicolas Cage and Michael Pena. Segment 2: Actor Toni Collette talks about her two films, "Little Miss Sunshine," and "The Night Listener." [56 minutes]

  • Fouad Siniora/Alan Furst (#12155)

    Segment 1: Fouad Siniora, the Prime Minister of Lebanon talks about the crisis in the Middle East. Segment 2: Author Alan Furst, discusses his new book "The Foreign Correspondent." [56 minutes]

  • Stem Cell Research/Search for An Aids Vaccine (#12156)

    A discussion about the funding of stem cell research with George Daley of The Stem Cell Program at Children's Hospital Boston, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), David Carmel, Vice President of StemCyte, and Eric Cohen, Editor, The New Atlantis. We conclude with a discussion about the search for an AIDS vaccine with Susan Zolla-Pazner of the NYU School of Medicine and director of research at the AIDS center at Veteran Affairs Medical Center, Seth Berkley, Founder & President, International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, David Ho, Director of The Aaron Diamond AIDS Research Center, and Nick Hellman of The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. [56 minutes]

  • A conversation about the Federal Reserve Bank's decision to leave interest rates unchanged/NY City Police Commissioner (#12157)

    A discussion about the Federal Reserve's decision not to raise interest rates with Ethan Harris, Chief Economist at Lehman Brothers and Jim Glassman, Managing Director and Senior Economist at JP Morgan Chase. Also, Ray Kelly, Police Commissioner of New York City talks about the challenges facing the department since September 11th, 2001. [56 minutes]

  • Senator Joseph Lieberman's Primary Loss/Jon Meacham on Rev. Billy Graham (#12158)

    A discussion about Senator Joseph Lieberman's primary loss in Connecticut with Mark Halperin of ABC News, Adam Nagourney of The New York Times, Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post, and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post. Also, Newsweek managing editor Jon Meacham on Rev. Billy Graham. [56 minutes]

  • Discussions About The Disrupted Terrorist Plot In London (#12159)

    Discussions about the disrupted terrorist plot in London with U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Mark Urban of BBC News, and Steven Simon of the Council on Foreign Relations and R.P. Eddy of the Manhattan Institute. [56 minutes]

  • An hour on Iran, Iraq, and the crisis in the Middle East with Richard Holbrooke and William Kristol (#12161)

    A discussion about Iran, Iraq and the crisis in the Middle East with former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, Richard Holbrooke and William Kristol, Editor of The Weekly Standard. [56 minutes]

  • Commission Co-chairs, Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton/Part One of a conversation with Charles Gibson (#12162)

    9/11 Commission co-chairs Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton. Also, part one of a conversation with ABC World News anchor, Charles Gibson. [56 minutes]

  • Israel's Foreign Minister Tsipi Livni/Charles Gibson, ABC World News anchor (#12163)

    A conversation with Tsipi Livni, Foreign Minister of Israel. We conclude with part two of a conversation with ABC World News anchor, Charles Gibson. [56 minutes]

  • Rick Warren/Gregory Boyd (#12164)

    Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church, discusses politics and Christianity and his book, The Purpose Driven Life. Gregory Boyd, pastor of Woodland Hills Church discusses his book, The Myth of a Christian Nation. [56 minutes]

  • Joel Robuchon/Ruth Reichl/Bill Buford Excerpt (#12165)

    Chef Joel Robuchon discusses his new New York restaurant. Ruth Reichl, Jane Smiley, Junot Diaz, and Maira Kalman talk about food. We conclude with an excerpt from Charlie's recent conversation with author Bill Buford. [56 minutes]

  • Rahm Emanuel/Bill Clinton/Roger Rosenblatt (#12166)

    Discussions about the future of the Democratic party with Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) and former president Bill Clinton. We conclude with Roger Rosenblatt, author of Lapham Rising. [56 minutes]

  • James Watson and Edward O. Wilson (#12167)

    A REBROADCAST OF AN HOUR ON CHARLES DARWIN WITH JAMES WATSON, Chancellor, Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory, and EDWARD O. WILSON, professor emeritus, Harvard University. [56 minutes]

  • Doris Kearns Goodwin (#12168)

    A rebroadcast of an hour with Doris Kearns Goodwin, author of Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Conan O'brien (#12169)

    An hour with Conan O'Brien, host of Late Night with Conan O'Brien. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour on the Gulf Coast Reconstruction Effort (#12170)

    An hour on the Gulf Coast reconstruction effort with Jed Horne, author of Breach of Faith, and Charles C. Mann, contributor to Fortune magazine. [56 minutes]

  • Spike Lee/Norman Francis (#12171)

    Conversations about the gulf coast one year after Hurricane Katrina with filmmaker Spike Lee and Norman Francis, President of Xavier University of Louisiana. [56 minutes]

  • Richard Griffiths/Simon Schama/Jonathan Schell (#12172)

    Actor Richard Griffiths talks about his work in The History Boys. Historian Simon Schama discusses his book, Rough Crossings: Britain, the Slaves and the American Revolution. We conclude with Jonathan Schell of The Nation magazine. [56 minutes]

  • Amy Farber/Thomas Frieden/Cesar Millan (#12173)

    Health Advocate Amy Farber, New York City Commissioner for Health & Mental Hygiene, Thomas Frieden, and the Dog Whisperer, Cesar Millan. [56 minutes]

  • Brian Danger Mouse Burton/The White Stripes (#12174)

    An hour about music with Brian Danger Mouse Burton of the group Gnarls Barkley, and a rebroadcast of Charlie's conversation with The White Stripes, Jack and Meg White. [56 minutes]

  • Joe Paterno/Karen Van Lengen (#12175)

    A rebroadcast of Charlie's Conversation with Penn State football coach Joe Paterno. Also, Karen Van Lengen, Dean of the School of Architecture at the University of Virginia. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Ronald Lauder at the Neue Galerie (#12176)

    An hour with Ronald Lauder at the Neue Galerie featuring the new acquisition, Gustav Klimt's Adele Bloch-Bauer I. [56 minutes]

  • David Sanger & Thomas Defrank/Johnnie Roberts & Marc Gunther (#12177)

    A discussion about President Bush, Iran, Iraq, and terrorism, with David Sanger of the New York Times and Thomas DeFrank of the New York Daily News. We conclude with a conversation about the changes in leadership at Viacom with Johnnie Roberts of Newsweek and Marc Gunther of Fortune magazine. [56 minutes]

  • Frances Townsend/Howard Kurtz/Bill Carter (#12178)

    A conversation with Frances Townsend, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism. We conclude with a discussion about Katie Couric's debut as anchor of CBS Evening News with Howard Kurtz of The Washington Post and Bill Carter of the New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Ted Koppel/Richard Stengel and Jon Meacham (#12179)

    A discussion about security and civil liberties in the United States since 9/11 with Discovery Channel Managing Editor Ted Koppel. We conclude with a conversation with the editors of Time and Newsweek, Richard Stengel and Jon Meacham. [56 minutes]

  • George Pataki/Jill Abramson/Jim Courier (#12180)

    We begin with New York Governor George Pataki. Next is Jill Abramson, managing editor of The New York Times. We conclude with a conversation about the US Open with Jim Courier. [56 minutes]

  • Perspectives On 9/11, Five Years Later (#12181)

    Perspectives on 9/11, five years later with sculptor Richard Serra, Filmmaker & author Nora Ephron, journalist George Packer, Rev. Calvin Butts, author Calvin Trillin, and David Friend, author of Watching the World Change: The Stories Behind the Images of 9/11. [56 minutes]

  • Mario Batali/Julianne Moore & Bart Freundlich (#12182)

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  • David Remnick/Arielle Dombasle (#12183)

    David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, discusses his profile of Bill Clinton. Also, a conversation with actress and singer Arielle Dombasle. [56 minutes]

  • Mid-Term Elections/The Scandal at Hp (#12184)

    A discussion about the mid-term elections and US politics with Adam Nagourney of The New York Times, Mark Halperin of ABC News, and Michael Duffy of Time. We conclude with David A. Kaplan, senior editor of Newsweek. He talks about the scandal at HP. [56 minutes]

  • Les Moonves, Ceo of Cbs (#12185)

    A discussion with Les Moonves, CEO of CBS, about the changing face of television and media. Topics include Katie Couric's role at CBS Evening News, the departure of Tom Freston at CEO of Viacom, and the role new media will play in the future of CBS. [56 minutes]

  • Sanger & Takeyh On Iran/Tom Glocer/An Appreciation of Oriana Fallaci (#12186)

    A discussion about Iran and the United Nations General Assembly with David Sanger of The New York Times and Ray Takeyk of the Council on Foreign Relations. Also, Reuters CEO Tom Glocer, and an appreciation of journalist Oriana Fallaci. [56 minutes]

  • Romano Prodi/Jessica Mathews & Max Boot (#12187)

    Romano Prodi, Prime Minister of Italy, discusses the role of Italy and Europe in the world. Topics include Lebanon and Iran. Jessica Mathews, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and Max Boot of the Council on Foreign Relations discuss President Bush's speech before the United Nations General Assembly. [56 minutes]

  • Vali Nasr and Robin Wright on Iran and the United States/Terry Semel/Frank Rich (#12188)

    A discussion about Iran and the United States with Vali Nasr of the Council on Foreign Relations and Robin Wright of the Washington Post. Also, Terry Semel, CEO of Yahoo! and Frank Rich of The New York Times, author of The Greatest Story Ever Sold. [56 minutes]

  • Michelle Bachelet/Jaap De Hoop Scheffer/Ric Burns (#12189)

    A conversation with Michelle Bachelet, President of Chile. Also, NATO Secretary-General Jaap de Hoop Scheffer. We conclude with a conversation about Andy Warhol with filmmaker Ric Burns. [56 minutes]

  • Margaret Beckett/Vinod Khosla and Richard Branson (#12190)

    UK Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett talks about her nation's role in the world. Topics include Iraq and Iran. We conclude with a discussion about global warming and the future of energy with Vinod Khosla, founder of Khosla Ventures, and Richard Branson, Chairman & CEO of Virgin Group. [56 minutes]

  • Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan (#12191)

    An hour with Pervez Musharraf, President of Pakistan. Topics include Pakistan's relationship with the United States, Afghanistan, and the war on terrorism.e [56 minutes]

  • Stephen Breyer and Sandra Day O'connor (#12192)

    An hour on the state of the judiciary with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor. [56 minutes]

  • Nicholas Burns/Abdullah Gul (#12193)

    A conversation about Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan and more with Nicholas Burns, Under Secretary, Political Affairs, U.S.Department of State. We conclude with Abdullah Gul, Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey. [56 minutes]

  • Discussions about recent questions concerning President Clinton's anti-terrorism efforts & his appearance on Fox News Sun. (#12194)

    Discussions about recent questions concerning President Clinton's anti-terrorism efforts and his appearance on Fox News Sunday. Guests include: Chris Wallace, Fox News; Richard Clarke, Former NSC Counter-Terrorism Advisor; Peter King, (NY-R); Lawrence Wright, Author, The Looming Tower; David Remnick, Editor, The New Yorker; John Harris, Co-author, The Way To Win; Al Hunt, Bloomberg News. [56 minutes]

  • Bob Wright/Michael Isikoff and David Corn (#12195)

    Bob Wright, Chairman and CEO of NBC Universal. Also, Michael Isikoff and David Corn discuss their book, Hubris: The Inside Story of Spin, Scandal, and the Selling of the Iraq War. [56 minutes]

  • Elizabeth Edwards/The Queen (#12196)

    Elizabeth Edwards discusses the loss of her son, her treatment for cancer, and her husband, John Edwards. We conclude with a conversation about the film The Queen with actress Helen Mirren and filmmaker Stephen Frears. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Bob Woodward (#12197)

    An hour with Bob Woodward of the Washington Post. He discusses his new book, State of Denial. [56 minutes]

  • Sumner Redstone/Jimmy Wales (#12198)

    Sumner Redstone discusses the resignation of Tom Freston and other issues relating to the company he founded, Viacom. We conclude with the founder of the Wikimedia Foundation, Jimmy Wales. [56 minutes]

  • Mark Halperin and John Harris/John Danforth (#12199)

    Mark Halperin and John Harris discuss their new book, The Way To Win: Taking the White House in 2008. We conclude with former Senator John Danforth, author of Faith and Politics. [56 minutes]

  • James Baker/Stephen Roach & Henry McVey (#12200)

    Part one of a conversation with Former Secretary of State James Baker. His new book is Work Hard, Study...and Keep Out of Politics. We conclude with a conversation about the markets with Stephen Roach, Chief Global Economist at Morgan Stanley and Henry McVey, Chief Investment Strategist of Morgan Stanley. [56 minutes]

  • A Discussion About North Korea/James Baker (Part Two) (#12201)

    A discussion about North Korea with David Sanger of The New York Times, Ashton Carter, former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy, Kongdan Oh of The Brookings Insitution, and Selig Harrison of the Center for International Policy. We conclude with part two of a conversation with Former Secretary of State James Baker. His new book is Work Hard, Study...and Keep Out of Politics. [56 minutes]

  • Carly Fiorina/Niall Ferguson (#12202)

    Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina talks about her time at the company and her new book, Tough Choices. We conclude with Niall Ferguson, author of The War of the World: Twentieth-Century Conflict and the Descent of the West. [56 minutes]

  • Sandra Bullock & Toby Jones/Anna Quindlen (#12203)

    Actors Sandra Bullock and Toby Jones talk about their new film, Infamous. We conclude with Anna Quindlen, author of Rise and Shine. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with John Grisham (#12205)

    An hour with author John Grisham. He discusses his first non-fiction book, The Innocent Man. [56 minutes]

  • Paul Volcker/Nandan Nilekani (#12206)

    Paul Volcker, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve discusses his new book, Good Intentions Corrupted: The Oil for Food Scandal and the Threat to the U.N. We conclude with Nandan Nilekani, CEO of Infosys. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Mikhail Gorbachev (#12207)

    An hour with the former president of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Gorbachev. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Rw Apple Jr. (#12208)

    An appreciation of RW Apple Jr. with Maureen Dowd, Todd Purdum, Calvin Trillin, and Tom Brokaw. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Senator Barack Obama (#12209)

    An hour with Senator Barack Obama (D-IL). He discusses the speculation about a presidential run in 2008, his political ideology, the current state of American politics, the situation in Iraq, and his book, The Audacity of Hope. [56 minutes]

  • Thomas Ricks/John Burns/Hank Haney (#12210)

    Thomas Ricks of the Washington Post discusses the war in Iraq. Also, John Burns of The New York Times reports from Baghdad. We conclude with the coach for golfer Tiger Woods, Hank Haney. [56 minutes]

  • Kati Marton/Gloria Steinem & Jane Fonda/Kiran Desai (#12211)

    Kati Marton discusses her book, The Great Escape: Nine Jews Who Fled Hitler and Changed the World. Gloria Steinem and Jane Fonda discuss their new venture in broadcasting, Greenstone Media. We conclude with the winner of the 2006 Man Booker Prize for Fiction, Kiran Desai. Her book is The Inheritance of Loss. [56 minutes]

  • Kate Winslet/Forest Whitaker (#12212)

    Actor Kate Winslet discusses her new film, Little Children. Actor Forest Whitaker talks about playing Idi Amin in The Last King of Scotland. [56 minutes]

  • Les Gelb & Peter Baker/Robert Kagan (#12213)

    An update on the Bush administration's policy in Iraq with Les Gelb of the Council on Foreign Relations and Peter Baker of The Washington Post. We conclude with Robert Kagan. He discusses his latest book, Dangerous Nation. [56 minutes]

  • Special Edition: Louvre Atlanta (#12214)

    A look at the partnership between the Louvre collection in Paris and High Museum of Art in Atlanta with Henri Loyrette, Director of the Louvre Museum and Michael Shapiro, Director of the High Museum of Art. [56 minutes]

  • Annette Bening & Ryan Murphy/Brian Cox/Robert Amsterdam (#12215)

    Actor Annette Bening and filmmaker Ryan Murphy talk about their collaboration on the film Running with Scissors based on the memoir by Augusten Burroughs. Also, actor Brian Cox discusses his work in the film. We conclude with Robert Amsterdam, attorney for Mikhail Khodorkovsky. [56 minutes]

  • Ken Mehlman/Pedro Almodovar & Penelope Cruz (#12216)

    Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman discusses the upcoming elections. We conclude with a discussion about the film Volver with writer/director Pedro Almodovar and actor Penelope Cruz. [56 minutes]

  • The Charlie Rose Science Series, Part One: The Human Brain (#12217)

    This first episode of The Charlie Rose Science Series will be an hour-long look at the human brain from psychoanalysis and Sigmund Freud to the cutting edge of brain research. [56 minutes]

  • Mark Halperin/Howard Dean/David Kuo (#12218)

    A discussion about John Kerry's comment about Iraq and his apology with Mark Halperin, Political Director of ABC News. Also, Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee on the upcoming elections. We conclude with David Kuo, Author of Tempting Faith: An Inside Story of Political Seduction. [56 minutes]

  • David Sinclair & Nicholas Wade/Andy Grove & Richard Tedlow/Jack & Suzy Welch (#12219)

    David Sinclair of Harvard Medical School talks about his research on the effect of red wine on mice. Nicholas Wade of The New York Times. Andy Grove, former CEO of Intel, and Richard Tedlow, author of Andy Grove: The Life and Times of an American. We conclude with Jack & Suzy Welch, co-authors of Winning: The Answers. [56 minutes]

  • Iraq and the impact on midterm elections/An appreciation of William Styron (#12220)

    A discussion about Iraq and the impact on the US midterm elections with Fareed Zakaria, editor of Newsweek International, Adam Nagourney of The New York Times, Jack Keane, retired Vice Chief of Staff, US Army, and Anthony Shadid of The Washington Post. We conclude with an appreciation of William Styron. [56 minutes]

  • Preview of Midterm Elections/Wangari Maathai (#12221)

    A preview of Tuesday's midterm elections with Norman Ornstein of the American Enterprise Institute, John Harwood of the Wall Street Journal, Al Hunt, Executive Editor of Bloomberg News, Michael Duffy of Time magazine, and Jo Mannies of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. We conclude with the winner of the 2004 Nobel Peace Prize, Wangari Maathai. She is the founder of the Greenbelt Movement and the author of Unbowed: A Memoir. [56 minutes]

  • Live Coverage of Midterm Elections (#12222)

    Live coverage of Tuesday's midterm elections with Jon Meacham, editor of Newsweek, political strategist Ed Rollins, Mary Beth Cahill, former campaign manager for Senator John Kerry, David Sanger of The New York Times, David Gergen of the JFK School of Government at Harvard, David Brooks of The New York Times, Katrina vanden Heuvel, editor of The Nation, and Republican pollster Frank Luntz. [56 minutes]

  • Andrew Card/Rahm Emanuel/Post-Election Analysis (#12223)

    Former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card reacts to the resignation of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld. Rep. Rahm Emanuel (D-IL) reacts to the elections and talks about the dynamics of the new Congress. We conclude with analysis of Tuesday's midterm elections with Mark Halperin of ABC News, Jill Abramson of The New York Times, Ken Duberstein, former chief of staff to President Reagan, Howard Fineman of Newsweek. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Ed Bradley/Will Ferrell (#12224)

    We begin with an appreciation of Ed Bradley. We conclude with actor Will Ferrell. His latest film is Stranger Than Fiction. [56 minutes]

  • Martha Raddatz & William Kristol/Rep. James Clyburn/Veterans on the war in Iraq (#12225)

    Martha Raddatz of ABC News and William Kristol of The Weekly Standard discuss the resignation of Donald Rumsfeld and the war in Iraq. Rep. James Clyburn (D-SC) talks about the changes in Congress. We conclude with a discussion about Iraq with three veterans of the war. They are Paul Rieckhoff, Daniel Anfang, and David Myers. [56 minutes]

  • Jacques Attali/Mike Krzyzewski & Jamie Spatola/Martin Short (#12226)

    Jacques Attali, founder and president of Planet Finance, discusses microfinance and globalization. Duke Basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski and his co-author Jamie Spatola discuss the book Beyond Basketball: Coach K's Keywords for Success. We conclude with actor Martin Short. His musical on Broadway is Fame Becomes Me. [56 minutes]

  • John Edwards/Jeremy Greenstock (#12227)

    Former Senator John Edwards discusses the poverty in the United States and his new book, Home. Sir Jeremy Greenstock discusses the future of Iraq. He is the former UK Ambassador to the United Nations and former UK Special Representative to Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • Rashid Khalidi/Antonia Fraser (#12228)

    Columbia University professor Rashid Khalidi discusses his book The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood. We conclude with Antonia Fraser, author of Love and Louis XIV: The Women in the Life of the Sun King. [56 minutes]

  • Daniel Craig/Sheldon Adelson/Alex Trebek (#12229)

    Daniel Craig discusses his role as James Bond in the new film Casino Royale. Sheldon Adelson is Chairman of the Board of the Las Vegas Sands Corporation. He discusses his ventures in Las Vegas and Macau. We conclude with Alex Trebek, host of Jeopardy!. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Milton Friedman/The History Boys (#12230)

    We begin with an appreciation of Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman with a look at his appearances on the program and a conversation with his friend, former Secretary of State, George Shultz. We conclude with a conversation about the new film The History Boys with the director, Nicholas Hytner and four members of the cast: Richard Griffiths, Frances de la Tour, Samuel Barnett, and Dominic Cooper. [56 minutes]

  • Brian Williams/Dixie Chicks (#12231)

    Brian Williams, anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams discusses his life and work. We conclude with the Dixie Chicks: musicians Natalie Maines, Martie Maguire and Emily Robison. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Robert Hughes (#12232)

    An hour with art critic, historian, and author, Robert Hughes. His latest book is a memoir called Things I Didn't Know. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Brice Marden (#12233)

    An hour with artist Brice Marden from The Museum of Modern Art where a retrospective of his paintings and drawings is currently on display. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Bill Gates (#12234)

    An hour with Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft. He talks about the company's current projects including Vista, Zune, and Xbox 360, and his decision to leave the day to day operations at the company to pursue the work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. [56 minutes]

  • The Art of Lucian Freud/Nora Ephron (#12235)

    Author John Richardson and art dealer William Acquavella discuss the work of their friend, artist Lucian Freud. We conclude with filmmaker and author Nora Ephron. Her latest book is I'm Not Happy About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being A Woman. [56 minutes]

  • Muhammad Yunus/Annie Leibovitz (#12236)

    Grameen Bank founder Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize. Also, photographer Annie Leibovitz talks about her life and work. [56 minutes]

  • Amory Lovins/Ian Schrager (#12237)

    Amory Lovins, CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute, discusses alternative fuels and the future of energy. We conclude with hotelier Ian Schrager. [56 minutes]

  • Morgan Freeman/Garry Wills (#12238)

    Actor Morgan Freeman talks about his latest film, 10 Items or Less, and his new company, ClickStar. We conclude with author Garry Wills. His book is What Paul Meant. [56 minutes]

  • Jimmy Carter/Shimon Peres (#12239)

    Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States, talks about his new book, Palestine Peace Not Apartheid. We conclude with Shimon Peres, Vice Premier of Israel. [56 minutes]

  • David Hare/Josef Joffe (#12240)

    Playwright David Hare discusses his play, The Vertical Hour, now on Broadway. Josef Joffe discusses his book, Uberpower: The Imperial Temptation of America. [56 minutes]

  • Jan Egeland/Ben Barnes (#12241)

    Outgoing U.N. Emergency Relief Coordinator Jan Egeland discusses his tenure at the United Nations. [56 minutes]

  • Discussion about the death of Alexander Litvinenko/Sting & Sam Moore (#12242)

    Jack Matlock, US Ambassador to the Soviet Union & authors Yuri Felshtinsky & Edward Jay Epstein. [56 minutes]

  • Festus Mogae/Salman Rushdie/Michael Caine (#12243)

    The author discusses his book, "Shalimar the Clown" and the actor discusses his latest film. [56 minutes]

  • James Baker & Lee Hamilton/Tony Bennett/Natalie Gulbis (#12244)

    The Iraq Study Group co-chairmen discuss the future of Iraq. The singer discusses his latest album. [56 minutes]

  • John F. Burns/Stephen Colbert (#12245)

    John F. Burns of The New York Times with the latest from Baghdad and the host of The Colbert Report. [56 minutes]

  • Ken Auletta/Lou Dobbs (#12246)

    A conversation with the host of Lou Dobbs Tonight and author of War on the Middle Class. [56 minutes]

  • Lisa Randall/Edward O. Wilson (#12247)

    A discussion about theoretical physics with the Harvard professor and author of "Warped Passages." [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Henry Kissinger (#12248)

    The former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger discusses US foreign policy, Iraq and China. [56 minutes]

  • Madeleine Albright/Jancis Robinson (#12249)

    Former Secretary of State talks about US foreign policy. The wine columnist for Financial Times. [56 minutes]

  • Zbigniew Brzezinski/An Appreciation of Ahmet Ert (#12250)

    A conversation with the former National Security Adviser and an appreciation of this music legend. [56 minutes]

  • The Good Shepherd (#12251)

    An hour on the new film with actor/director Robert De Niro and actors Matt Damon and Angelina Jolie. [56 minutes]

  • Clint Eastwood (#12252)

    The director talks about his two films, Letters From Iwo Jima and Flags Of Our Fathers. [56 minutes]

  • Alfonso Cuaron, Guillermo del Toro, and Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu (#12253)

    An hour on film and friendship with three Mexican filmmakers. [56 minutes]

  • George Clooney (#12254)

    The actor talks about his life and career and his latest film, Steven Soderbergh's The Good German. [56 minutes]

  • Clive Owen/Edward Norton (#12255)

    Owens talks about his latest film, Children of Men. Norton discusses his latest, The Painted Veil. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour on the Life of Jesus Christ (#12256)

    Rev. Gardner Taylor, Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete and Reynolds Price discuss the life of Jesus. [56 minutes]

  • Cate Blanchett / Richard Eyre (#12257)

    Actress Cate Blanchett talks about her three films, Babel, Notes on a Scandal, and The Good German. Sir Richard Eyre talks about his latest film as a director, Notes on a Scandal and about directing Mary Poppins for Broadway. [56 minutes]

  • Craig Barrett, Chairman of Intel (#12258)

    An hour with Craig Barrett, Chairman of Intel. [56 minutes]

  • Sandy Weill / Anthony O'reilly (#12259)

    Conversations with the former Chairmen and CEOs of Citigroup and H.J. Heinz. [56 minutes]

  • Alternative Energy / Internet Technology (#12260)

    The pursuit of alternative energy, breakthroughs in green technology and internet developments. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Those Who Died In 2006 (#13001)

    A look back in appreciation of those who died in 2006. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Gerald Ford (#13002)

    Thomas DeFrank, presidential historian Michael Beschloss and CBS news consultant Douglas Brinkley. [56 minutes]

  • John F. Burns/Hilary Swank/Todd Field (#13003)

    John F. Burns of The New York Times reports from Baghdad on the reaction to Saddam Hussein's execution. Also, actor Hilary Swank talks about her career and her new film, Freedom Writers. We conclude with director Todd Field. His latest is Little Children. [56 minutes]

  • Rep. James Clyburn/Etienne-Emile Beaulieu/Eric Steel (#13004)

    Rep. James Clyburn, the new majority whip, talks about the priorities of the Democrats in the 110th congress. Also, Etienne-Emile Beaulieu, former president of the French Academy of Sciences. We conclude with filmmaker Eric Steel. His documentary is The Bridge. [56 minutes]

  • Calvin Trillin/Zubin Mehta (#13005)

    Author Calvin Trillin talks about his late wife Alice, the subject of his new book, About Alice. We conclude with conductor Zubin Mehta. [56 minutes]

  • Jack Keane and Michael Gordon/Anthony Atala/Bill Condon (#13006)

    Discussions on the situation in Iraq, new stem cell research and the movie "Dreamgirls." [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #13008

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  • John F. Burns/Sen. Chuck Hagel/J.D. Crouch (#13009)

    A discussion of the situation in Iraq. John F. Burns of the New York Times reports from Baghdad. [56 minutes]

  • Kiefer Sutherland/Pentecostals (#13010)

    Actor Kiefer Sutherland talks about the new season of 24. We conclude with a conversation about the rise of Pentecostalism among the Latino community in the United States with David Gonzalez of The New York Times, author and journalist Richard Rodriguez, and Dale Irvin, Dean of the New York Theological Seminary. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Sam Mendes (#13011)

    An hour with the Academy Award-winning filmmaker and theater director. [56 minutes]

  • Howard Schultz/Ed Viesturs (#13012)

    Howard Schultz, Chairman of Starbucks and mountain climber and author, Ed Viesturs. [56 minutes]

  • Peter O'toole (#13013)

    An hour with actor Peter O'Toole. He talks about his life, his career and his latest film, "Venus." [56 minutes]

  • Macarthur Fellows/Adam Gopnik/Breaking and Entering (#13014)

    Artist Anna Schuleit, author George Saunders, physician John Rich and surgeon Atul Gawande. [56 minutes]

  • Alistair Horne, Henry Kissinger, Thomas Ricks And Andrew Bacevich/Donny George (#13015)

    A look at Iraq, counter-insurgency and the lessons learned from the war in Algeria. [56 minutes]

  • Robert Rubin / Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (#13016)

    The former Secretary of the Treasury on the state of the economy. Gates discusses Oprah's Roots. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13017

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  • An Hour with John F. Burns (#13018)

    The New York Times reporter discusses the current conditions and the possible future of Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Bill Nighy (#13019)

    The Golden Globe-winning actor is currently on Broadway in David Hare's "The Vertical Hour." [56 minutes]

  • Academy Award Nominees (#13020)

    A look back at conversations with Peter O'Toole, Forest Whitaker, Cate Blanchett and Clint Eastwood. [56 minutes]

  • Jon Robin Baitz/Steve Wozniak/Margaret Atwood (#13021)

    The co-founder of Apple computer is the author of iWoz. Margaret Atwood discusses her latest book. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Bill Gates (#13022)

    A conversation with Bill Gates, Chairman of Microsoft. [56 minutes]

  • Nicolas Sarkozy (#13023)

    A conversation with the Interior Minister of France and UMP Candidate for the French Presidency. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13024

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  • Michael Oppenheimer/William Rhoden/Serena Williams (#13025)

    Michael Oppenheimer of Princeton talks about the Intergovenmental Panel on Climate Change report. [56 minutes]

  • Martin Amis/Norman Mailer (#13026)

    Author Martin Amis discusses his book, House of Meetings. Norman Mailer's discusses his latest. [56 minutes]

  • Sen. Jack Reed/David Brooks and E.J. Dionne/Josh Groban (#13027)

    Senator Jack Reed discusses the debate in the Senate over the war in Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison/Tom Stoppard (#13028)

    President Bush's plan for a troop surge in Iraq and the differing views of that plan in the Senate. [56 minutes]

  • Rob Portman/John Mellencamp (#13029)

    Rob Portman, director of the Office of Management and Budget and singer/songwriter John Mellencamp. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13030

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  • Roundtable On Barack Obama/David Mamet (#13031)

    Mark Halperin, Jonathan Alter and Patrick Healy discuss Barack Obama's presidential announcement. [56 minutes]

  • Javad Zarif (#13032)

    A discussion with Javad Zarif, Iran's ambassador to the United Nations. [56 minutes]

  • Ban Ki-Moon (#13033)

    A discussion with Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13034

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  • Episode #13035

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13036

    [56 minutes]

  • Academy Award Nominees (#13037)

    A look back at conversations with Kate Winslet, Forest Whitaker, Clint Eastwood and other nominees. [56 minutes]

  • Tavernise/Greenhouse/Sachs (#13038)

    Recently back from Baghdad, Sabrina Tavernise of The New York Times on the lives of Iraqis today. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13039

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  • Nicholas Burns/John Legend/Baroness Philippine de Rothschild (#13040)

    Under secretary of State for political affairs discusses Iran. The songwriter discusses his album. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13041

    [56 minutes]

  • Economy Update/Jean-Marie Guehenno/Gail Collins (#13042)

    A discussion about global markets and the economy with Stephen Roach and Byron Wien. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13043

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  • An Exclusive Hour with Playwright Harold Pinter (#13044)

    Nobel Prize-winning playwright Harold Pinter discusses his life and work. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13045

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  • Episode #13046

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  • Jeffrey Toobin/Robert Novak and Matt Cooper/Chris Hill (#13047)

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13048

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  • Episode #13049

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  • Episode #13050

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  • Episode #13051

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13052

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  • Episode #13053

    [56 minutes]

  • Dominique De Villepin (#13054)

    A conversation with Dominique de Villepin, Prime Minister of France. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13055

    [56 minutes]

  • Rep. Rahm Emanuel/Rep. Henry Waxman/The Namesake (#13056)

    A conversation with the Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13057

    [56 minutes]

  • Mark Leibovich/Richard Engel/Journalists On Iraq (#13058)

    Richard Engel of NBC News talks about his new book about reporting from Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13059

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  • John F. Burns/Henry Kissinger (#13060)

    John F. Burns discusses Iraq and the former Secretary of State discusses American foreign policy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13061

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  • Episode #13062

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  • Episode #13063

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  • Episode #13064

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  • Episode #13065

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  • Episode #13066

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  • Fernando Araujo/Richard Gere (#13067)

    A conversation with Colombia's Foreign Minister followed by the actor whose new film is "The Hoax." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13068

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  • Episode #13069

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  • Episode #13070

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  • Episode #13071

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  • Episode #13072

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  • Episode #13073

    [56 minutes]

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger/An Appreciation of Kurt Vonnegut (#13074)

    The Governor of California discusses global warming. An appreciation of novelist Kurt Vonnegut. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13075

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  • Episode #13076

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  • Episode #13077

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  • Episode #13078

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  • Episode #13079

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  • Episode #13080

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  • Episode #13081

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  • President George W. Bush (#13082)

    A conversation with President George W. Bush about Iraq and the other challenges and opportunities. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13083

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  • Episode #13084

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  • Episode #13085

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  • Episode #13086

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  • Episode #13087

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  • Episode #13088

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  • Episode #13089

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  • Episode #13090

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13091

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  • Episode #13092

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  • Stanley Hoffmann/Kevin Spacey (#13093)

    A conversation about France, Iraq, and other areas of U.S. interest in the world. [56 minutes]

  • Warren Buffett (#13094)

    An exclusive conversation with Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. [56 minutes]

  • Robert Dallek/Michael Beschloss (#13095)

    These two presidential historians and authors give insight on leaders of our past and present. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13096

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  • Episode #13097

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  • Episode #13098

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  • Episode #13099

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  • Episode #13100

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  • Episode #13101

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  • Episode #13102

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  • Episode #13103

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  • Episode #13104

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  • Episode #13105

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13106

    [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation About The Art of Claude Monet (#13107)

    Guy Wildenstein and Joseph Baillio of Wildenstein & Company discuss the life and work of Monet. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation with Paul Wolfowitz (#13108)

    Wolfowitz discusses his time at the World Bank, the controversy leading to his departure. [56 minutes]

  • Khalilzad/Natsios/Cheadle & Prendergast (#13109)

    U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Zalmay Khalilzad and U.S. Special Envoy to Sudan Andrew Natsios. [56 minutes]

  • Bakhash/Mcewan/Slaughter (#13110)

    A conversation with professor Shaul Bakhash, whose wife was recently imprisoned in Iran. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation with Carl Bernstein (#13111)

    The journalist discusses his book "A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton." [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation with Artist Richard Serra (#13112)

    The artist discusses his 40 year retrospective at New York City's Museum of Modern Art. [56 minutes]

  • Part 2 of a Conversation with Artist Richard Serra (#13113)

    The artist discusses his 40 year retrospective at New York City's Museum of Modern Art. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation About Claude Monet (#13114)

    Guy Wildenstein & Joseph Baillio of Wildenstein & Company discuss the life & work of Claude Monet. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13115

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  • Innocence Project/Califano/Neurolaw (#13116)

    A conversation with a former inmate released from prison after DNA evidence changed the verdict. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation with Marina Litvinenko and Alex Goldfarb (#13117)

    A conversation regarding the poisoning death of Alexander Litvinenko, with his wife and friend. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation with Author Tina Brown (#13118)

    A conversation with the author about her book which explores the life of Diana Princess of Wales. [56 minutes]

  • Brzezinski/Feinstein/Van Gogh and Expressionis (#13119)

    A conversation with the former National Security about his new book, "Second Chance." [56 minutes]

  • An hour with Zbigniew Brzezinski, Brent Scowcroft & Henry Kissinger (#13120)

    A conversation with the two former National Security Advisors and the former Secretary of State. [56 minutes]

  • Samm Nunn/Steven Bach (#13121)

    A conversation with Co-Chairman & CEO of the Nuclear Threat Initiative Sam Nunn. [56 minutes]

  • Angelina Jolie & Mariane Pearl (#13122)

    A conversation with Angelina Jolie & Mariane Pearl about the film A Mighty Heart. [56 minutes]

  • Carla Del Ponte/Vanessa Redgrave (#13123)

    A conversation with the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia. [56 minutes]

  • David Steingberg/Jack Lang (#13125)

    Conversations with the author/comedian and the former Minister of Culture and Education. [56 minutes]

  • The Charlie Rose Science Series: Obesity & Nutrition (#13126)

    A panel of obesity experts discuss the best measures to prevent further weight increases. [56 minutes]

  • Gellamn/Moss (#13127)

    Barton Gellman of The Washington Post and Adam Moss, editor-in-chief of New York Magazine. [56 minutes]

  • Nancy Pelosi (#13128)

    A conversation with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives. [56 minutes]

  • Paul Simon (#13129)

    Simon is the recipient of the first annual Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. [56 minutes]

  • Amanpour/Hoagland & Jones/Grass (#13131)

    A discussion about the attempted car bombings in London & Glasgow with Christiane Amanpour of CNN. [56 minutes]

  • Duberstein/Baker/Muslim (#13132)

    Former Chief of Staff to Ronald Reagan, Ken Duberstein, discusses Lewis Libby's commuted sentence. [56 minutes]

  • In Memoriam: Beverly Sills (#13133)

    During her career, Sills recorded 18 full-length operas &starred in 8 opera productions on PBS. [56 minutes]

  • Sen. Richard Lugar & Vitaly Churkin (#13134)

    Conversations with the Republican Senator and Russia's Ambassador to the U.N. [56 minutes]

  • Mark Halperin/Don Van Natta & Jeff Gerth (#13135)

    A discussion about Hillary Clinton's campaign with the ABC News Political Analyst and the authors. [56 minutes]

  • Don Cheadle/Queen Hatshepsut (#13136)

    A discussion about the mummy of Egyptian queen Hatshepsut with Zahi Hawass and Catherine Roehrig. [56 minutes]

  • Robert Hormats/Sally Jenkins/Don Cheadle (#13137)

    Conversations with Vice Chairman of Goldman Sachs, the sports columnist and the actor. [56 minutes]

  • Bale/Seidman/Gruman (#13138)

    A conversation with actor Christian Bale about his new movie Rescue Dawn. [56 minutes]

  • Zbigniew Brzezinski, Brent Scowcroft & Henry Kissinger (#13139)

    The former National Security Advisors and Secretary of State discuss foreign policy. [56 minutes]

  • Nicolas Sarkozy (#13140)

    Sarkozy discusses his campaign for the French Presidency and his socialist candidate opponent. [56 minutes]

  • Dennis Ross/China Today (#13141)

    The author discusses his book "Statecraft : And How to Restore America's Standing in the World." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13142

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13143

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13144

    [56 minutes]

  • Sunday On Friday/China Today (#13145)

    An update on Iraq with The New York Times reporter and an interview with a Chinese investor. [56 minutes]

  • Aids / Turkey Election / Steven Holl (#13146)

    An update on the AIDS epidemic with Dr. David Ho and Donald McNeil of The New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series (#13147)

    An exploration of the AIDS epidemic with Sir Paul Nurse, Seth Berkley, Scott Hammer & Peter Kwong. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13148

    [56 minutes]

  • Bob Shrum/Wesley Clark (#13149)

    A conversation with political consultant Bob Shrum. Wesley Clark discusses his book, A Time to Lead. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13150

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13151

    [56 minutes]

  • Auketta & Srokin/Richard Holbrooke (#13152)

    A discussion of Rupert Murdoch's bid for the Wall Street Journal with Andrew Sorkin and Ken Auletta. [56 minutes]

  • Rudy Giuliani (#13153)

    A conversation with the former mayor of New York City Rudolph Giuliani about his Presidential campaign. [56 minutes]

  • Brain Stimulation/Alastair Campbell (#13154)

    A discussion about brain stimulation and a conversation about Tony Blair with Alastair Campbell. [56 minutes]

  • Obama Panel/Robert Novak (#13155)

    A discussion about Barack Obama and Pakistan with Steve Coll of The New Yorker. [56 minutes]

  • Democratic Economic Advisors/Retired Col. Gary Anderson (#13156)

    A discussion with three economic advisors for the leading democratic Presidential campaigns. [56 minutes]

  • Kofi Annan/Economic Credit Squeeze (#13157)

    Conversations with former the U.N. Secretary General and financial correspondent Floyd Norris. [56 minutes]

  • Iraq Today/Billy Graham (#13158)

    A discussion about Iraq with ABC News Baghdad Correspondent Terry McCarthy. [56 minutes]

  • Senator Joseph Biden (#13159)

    The Democratic presidential candidate discusses his book "Promises to Keep: On Life and Politics." [56 minutes]

  • John Rigas (#13160)

    A conversation with John Rigas, who was ordered to report to prison for a fraud conviction. [56 minutes]

  • Rove Resignation/Markos Moulitsas/Anthony Cordesman (#13161)

    A discussion about Karl Rove's resignation with Mark Halperin, Editor-At-Large of Time. [56 minutes]

  • Esther Dyson/Brook Astor Remembrance (#13162)

    A discussion about emerging technologies and a remembrance of the socialite and philanthropist. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series (#13163)

    Pandemics are discussed with Sir Paul Nurse, Larry Brilliant, Jeff Koplan and David Nabarro. [56 minutes]

  • Thomas L. Friedman (#13164)

    An hour with "The New York Times" columnist Thomas Friedman. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13166

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13167

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13168

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13169

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13170

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13171

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13172

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13173

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13174

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13175

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13176

    [56 minutes]

  • Gordon & Meacham (#13177)

    A discussion about Iraq with Michael Gordon of the The New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Frist & Roberts/National Service Panel (#13178)

    A conversation with NPR's Cokie Roberts and former Tennessee Senator, Bill Frist. [56 minutes]

  • Robert Draper/Luciano Pavarotti Tribute (#13179)

    A conversation with Robert Draper about his book "Dead Certain: The Presidency of George W. Bush." [56 minutes]

  • General James L. Jones & Charles Ramsey (#13180)

    A conversation with the retired general and former chief of District of Columbia Police Department. [56 minutes]

  • Petraeus/Crocker Testimony & Christopher Dodd (#13181)

    A discussion about the Petraeus/Crocker testimony with retired General Gary Anderson and Joe Klein. [56 minutes]

  • Petraeus/Crocker Testimony Part 2 & Dodd Part 2 (#13182)

    A discussion about the Petraeus/Crocker testimony with Senator Joe Biden and Senator Lindsey Graham. [56 minutes]

  • Jodie Foster/Todd Purdum (#13183)

    A discussion about the film "The Brave One" with Jodie Foster, Neil Jordan and Joel Silver. [56 minutes]

  • Live Coverage of Presidential Address (#13184)

    A discussion with Fouad Ajami, George Packer, Jack Reed, Al Hunt and Sheryl Gay Stolberg. [56 minutes]

  • General David Petraeus (#13185)

    General David Petraeus discusses his assessment of improving security conditions in Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • McKellen/Manning (#13186)

    Sir Ian McKellen discusses his role as King Lear. Outgoing U.K. Ambassador David Manning. [56 minutes]

  • Floyd Norris/Orhan Pamuk (#13187)

    A discussion about the Federal cut and a conversation with the Nobel Prize-winning Turkish novelist. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series: Heart Disease (#13188)

    A conversation with Sir Paul Nurse, Lori Mosca, Steven Nissen, Harlan Krumholz and Lance Becker. [56 minutes]

  • Alan Greenspan (#13189)

    The former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board discusses his life and his new book. [56 minutes]

  • Sean Penn & Eddie Vedder (#13190)

    A discussion about the film Into The Wild with director Sean Penn and musician Eddie Vedder. [56 minutes]

  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (#13191)

    A conversation with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran. [56 minutes]

  • Saud Al-Faisal (#13192)

    A conversation with the foreign minister of Saudi Arabia. [56 minutes]

  • Prime Minister of Turkey (#13194)

    A conversation with the Prime Minister of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan. [56 minutes]

  • Emir of Qatar (#13195)

    A conversation with the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13196

    [56 minutes]

  • Hill/Alda/Muschamp (#13198)

    A conversation with U.S. Assistant Secretary of State, Chris Hill. Alan Alda discusses his new book. [56 minutes]

  • Michael Lynne & Bob Shaye (#13199)

    A discussion about the 40th Anniversary of Newline Cinema with the Co-Chairmen and CEO's. [56 minutes]

  • John F. Burns/David Kilcullen (#13200)

    Discussions about Iraq and counterinsurgency. [56 minutes]

  • John F. Burns/Julie Taymor (#13201)

    A discussion about Iraq and a conversation with Julie Taymor about her film "Across the Universe." [56 minutes]

  • Peter Mandelson/Natalie Dessay (#13202)

    A discussion about trade with British Commissioner of the European Union for Trade. [56 minutes]

  • George Clooney/Emile Hirsch (#13203)

    The actors discuss their new films, Clooney's "Michael Clayton" and "Hirsch's Into the Wild." [56 minutes]

  • Mel Karmazin (#13204)

    An conversation with Mel Karmazin, CEO of Sirius Satellite Radio. [56 minutes]

  • Cate Blanchett/Janet Napolitano & Sarah Palin (#13205)

    The actress discusses her film "Elizabeth: The Golden Age." The Governors of Arizona and Alaska. [56 minutes]

  • Erik Prince (#13206)

    A conversation with the Chairman, CEO and founder of Blackwater USA. [56 minutes]

  • Samantha Power/Mark Penn (#13207)

    A conversation about Barack Obama followed by a discussion with Hillary Clinton's chief strategist. [56 minutes]

  • John Negroponte/Annie Lennox (#13208)

    Conversations with the United States Deputy Secretary of State and musician Annie Lennox. [56 minutes]

  • China Panel/Tommy Lee Jones (#13209)

    A discussion on China with Henry Kissinger, Cheng Li, Perry Link and Orville Schell. [56 minutes]

  • Jude Law/Tommy Lee Jones (#13210)

    The actors discuss their new films, Law's "Sleuth" and Jones' "No Country for Old Men." [56 minutes]

  • General Michael Hayden (#13211)

    A conversation with Gen. Michael Hayden, Director of the CIA. [56 minutes]

  • General Michael Hayden Part 2/Teffrey Toobin (#13212)

    A continued conversation with Gen. Michael Hayden, Director of the CIA. [56 minutes]

  • Tavis Smiley/Jim Lehrer (#13213)

    A conversation with the host of Tavis Talks. Lehrer discusses his new book "Eureka: A Novel." [56 minutes]

  • Steve Carell/Wes Anderson (#13214)

    A conversation with the award-winning actor. The director discusses "The Darjeeling Limited." [56 minutes]

  • Steve Carell/Wes Anderson (#13215)

    A conversation with the Golden Globe-winning actor. The director discusses "The Darjeeling Limited." [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series: Global Health (#13216)

    Experts discuss the worst health crises in the third world and what we have to do to solve them. [56 minutes]

  • Mohamed Elbaradei (#13217)

    A conversation with the Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency. [56 minutes]

  • Arianna Huffington/Valerie Plame Wilson (#13218)

    The former CIA officer discusses "Fair Game: My Life as a Spy, My Betrayal by the White House." [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates (#13219)

    An hour with Presidential candidate Mike Huckabee. [56 minutes]

  • American Gangster (#13220)

    Denzel Washington, Russell Crowe, Ridley Scott, Brian Grazer and Frank Lucas discuss the film. [56 minutes]

  • Jerry Seinfeld (#13221)

    A conversation with the comedian about his new film "Bee Movie." [56 minutes]

  • Rochard Armitage & Joseph Nye (#13222)

    A conversation with the former Deputy Secretary of State and the Harvard professor. [56 minutes]

  • Bill Richardson (#13223)

    An hour with Democratic Presidential candidate, Bill Richardson. [56 minutes]

  • Jeffrey Immelt (#13224)

    A conversation with with the CEO of General Electric. [56 minutes]

  • Jay-Z (#13225)

    The rapper and entrepreneur discusses his new album based on the film American Gangster. [56 minutes]

  • Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison/Sir Jeremy Greenstock (#13226)

    Conversation with the Republican Senator from Texas and the former special envoy to Iraq, [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Norman Mailer (#13227)

    An appreciation of the two time Pulitzer Prize winner who died the morning of November 10, 2007. [56 minutes]

  • General William Ward/Raising Sand (#13228)

    The head of the U.S. Africa Command and musicians Robert Plant, Alison Krauss & T-Bone Burnett. [56 minutes]

  • Joni Mitchell/Fall Television Season (#13229)

    A conversation with the musician and visual artist. Entertainment experts discuss the new season. [56 minutes]

  • No Country for Old Men (#13230)

    A discussion about the film with Joel and Ethan Coen and actors Josh Brolin and Javier Bardem. [56 minutes]

  • Jeff Bezos (#13231)

    The chairman and CEO of Amazon.com discusses The Kindle, a wireless, portable reading device. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series: Human Sexuality (#13232)

    The eleventh episode of The Charlie Rose Science Series explores human sexuality. [56 minutes]

  • Karl Rove (#13233)

    An hour with the former Deputy White House Chief of Staff. [56 minutes]

  • My Last Supper/Michael Oreskes (#13234)

    A conversation with the author of the book, "My Last Supper: 50 Great Chefs and Their Final Meals." [56 minutes]

  • Charles Rangel/Barney Frank (#13235)

    Conversations with the Chairmen of the House Ways and Means and the Financial Services Committees. [56 minutes]

  • Ahmed Aboul Gheit/Bernard Kouchner (#13236)

    A conversation with the Foreign Minister of Egypt about the Annapolis Summit. [56 minutes]

  • John McCain (#13237)

    The Republican Presidential candidate discusses immigration, terrorism, torture and much more. [56 minutes]

  • Jann Wenner/Nureyev (#13238)

    The founder of Rolling Stone magazine discusses his book "Gonzo: The Life of Hunter S. Thompson." [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates (#13239)

    An hour with Presidential candidate John Edwards. [56 minutes]

  • The Diving Bell and the Butterfly/Before The Devil Knows You're Dead (#13240)

    First, director Julian Schnabel. Next, director Sidney Lumet, Ethan Hawke & Philip Seymour Hoffman. [56 minutes]

  • J.M.W. Turner at the National Gallery (#13241)

    National Gallery senior curator Franklin Kelly discusses Turner' paintings in Washington. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Special Edition: The Candidates (#13242)

    An hour with Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson. [56 minutes]

  • New Intelligence On Iran/Tom Perkins (#13243)

    Professor Vali Nasr and White House correspondent David Sanger discuss new the Iran controversy. [56 minutes]

  • Mohammad Khazaee (#13244)

    A conversation with Iran's ambassador to the United Nations. [56 minutes]

  • Mohammad Khazaee - Part 2/Sam Elliott (#13245)

    A conversation with Iran's ambassador to the United Nations. "The Golden Compass" is discussed. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Tom Brokaw (#13246)

    The NBC anchor discusses "Boom!: Voices of the Sixties Personal Reflections on the '60s and Today." [56 minutes]

  • The Age of Rembrandt: Dutch Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art (#13247)

    Curator Walter Liedtke and Philippe de Montebello, Director of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. [56 minutes]

  • Steve Martin (#13248)

    The actor and comedian discusses his career and his memoir "Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life." [56 minutes]

  • George Mitchell/The Kite Runner (#13249)

    A discussion about the Mitchell Report on performance-enhancing drugs in Major League Baseball. [56 minutes]

  • Bill Clinton (#13250)

    The former President discusses his book "Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World." [56 minutes]

  • Brad Pitt (#13251)

    The actor discusses his Make It Right project, which is building 150 houses in New Orleans. [56 minutes]

  • James Lipton & David Frost (#13252)

    Host of Inside the Actors Studio & author of Frost/Nixon: Behind the Scenes of the Nixon Interviews. [56 minutes]

  • Peter Jennings Appreciation / Richard Russo (#13253)

    Kayce Freed Jennings, Ken Auletta Lynn Sher and David Westin discuss the late ABC anchor. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series (#13254)

    The Science Series continues with "From Potential of the Mind to Diseases of the Brain." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13255

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13256

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13257

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13258

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13259

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #13260

    [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14002

    [56 minutes]

  • Preview of the Iowa Caucus/Geoffrey Canada (#14003)

    David Yepsen, political columnist for the Des Moines Register, discusses the upcoming Caucus. [56 minutes]

  • Live Coverage of the Iowa Caucus (#14004)

    Live coverage of the Iowa Caucuses with Al Hunt of Bloomberg and Newsweek's Jon Meacham. [56 minutes]

  • Politics After The Iowa Caucuses (#14005)

    A conversation with David Brooks and Adam Nagourney of The New York Times,and CNN?S Paul Begala. [56 minutes]

  • Madeleine Albright/Preview of New Hampshire Primary (#14006)

    Mark Leibovich of The New York Times and other national reporters discuss the upcoming Primary. [56 minutes]

  • New Hampshire Primary (#14007)

    Bill Bradley, Matthew Dowd, Mark Halperin, Arianna Huffington and Al Hunt discuss the results. [56 minutes]

  • Alissa Rubin & Madeleine Albright (#14008)

    The New York Times reporter discusses Iraq. The former Secretary of State discusses her new book. [56 minutes]

  • Muhammed Yunus (#14009)

    A conversation with the Nobel Peace Prize Winner and founder of Grameen Bank. [56 minutes]

  • Ken Auletta & Richard Branson (#14010)

    A discussion about Google with Ken Auletta of The New Yorker. A conversation with the CEO of Virgin. [56 minutes]

  • A Discussion About Race & Gender (#14011)

    Rep. James Clyburn Jon Meacham, Patricia J. Williams, Ruth Marcus and Rep. Fletcher N. Smith, Jr. [56 minutes]

  • Alex Ross & Marin Alsop (#14012)

    The music critic discusses his new book, "The Rest is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century." [56 minutes]

  • Middle East/Republican Politics (#14013)

    A conversation with Rashid Khalidi & Martin Indyk. Next, Ken Mehlman, former chairman of the RNC. [56 minutes]

  • Sovereign Funds (#14014)

    Abdullah Abdullah discusses Afganistan. Author Jacob Weisberg discusses the Bush family. [56 minutes]

  • Tiki Barber/Peter King (#14015)

    The former running back for the NY Giants and Peter King of Sports Illustrated discuss football. [56 minutes]

  • John Hope Franklin (#14016)

    Franklin's autobiography "Mirror To America" tells the story of American racial relations. [56 minutes]

  • Economy/Douglas Lute (#14017)

    A discussion about US Federal Reserve interest cut with guest host Ken Auletta of The New Yorker. [56 minutes]

  • Macworld/Google (#14018)

    The Wall Street Journal's Walter Mossberg and Ken Auletta of The New Yorker discuss technology. [56 minutes]

  • Pamuk/Doctorow (#14019)

    Nobel Prize-winning Turkish novelist Orhan Pamuk discusses his essay collection, "Other Colors." [56 minutes]

  • Martin/Seinfeld (#14020)

    Steve Martin discusses his career, his life and his memoir, "Born Standing Up: A Comic's Life." [56 minutes]

  • Live Coverage of the State of the Union Address (#14021)

    Martha Raddatz of ABC News, Slate magazine's Jacob Weisberg & James Fallows of The Atlantic Monthly. [56 minutes]

  • John Grisham (#14022)

    The best-selling author discusses his book "The Appeal," his writing process and the 2008 election. [56 minutes]

  • Hank Paulson (#14023)

    A conversation the Secretary of the Treasury about the economic stimulus package. [56 minutes]

  • Julian Schnabel (#14024)

    The artist and film director discusses his film "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly" and his art. [56 minutes]

  • Yahoo & Microsoft/Super Bowl (#14025)

    Ken Auletta and Andrew Sorkin discuss Microsoft and Yahoo. A preview of Super Bowl XLII. [56 minutes]

  • Super Bowl Ads/Harold Ford (#14026)

    Conversations with the chairman of the Democratic Leadership Council and Barbara Lippert of Adweek. [56 minutes]

  • Super Tuesday (#14027)

    Live coverage with Charlie Cook, Al Hunt, Bob Herbert, Steve McMahon, Howell Raines and Bob Herbert. [56 minutes]

  • Super Tuesday Recap/In Bruges/Alice Waters (#14028)

    Mark Halperin &Adam Nagourney discuss politics. Colin Farrell & Martin McDonagh discuss their film. [56 minutes]

  • Laura Bush (#14029)

    A conversation from the White House with the First Lady of the United States, Laura Bush. [56 minutes]

  • McCain's Campaign (#14030)

    Richard Land, Evan Thomas, Ed Rogers and John Heilemann discuss the Republican frontrunner. [56 minutes]

  • Brown & Fuster (#14031)

    Former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown discusses his career. A conversation about cardiology. [56 minutes]

  • Schell & Branson (#14032)

    Jonathan Schell of The Nation and author of "The Seventh Decade: The New Shape of Nuclear Danger." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14033

    [56 minutes]

  • Prime Minister Salam Fayyad (#14034)

    A conversation with the Palestinian Prime Minister. [56 minutes]

  • Martin Feldstein/Hayden Christensen & Doug Liman (#14035)

    A conversation with economist Martin Feldstein. A discussion about the film Jumper. [56 minutes]

  • Hockfield/Anderson/Bement (#14036)

    The President of MIT, Curator of TED Conference and Director of the National Science Foundation. [56 minutes]

  • No Country for Old Men & There Will Be Blood (#14037)

    A discussion about the Oscar nominated films contending for the best picture award. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14038

    [56 minutes]

  • Samantha Power (#14039)

    The author of "Chasing the Flame: Sergio Vieira de Mello and the Fight to Save the World" appears. [56 minutes]

  • 2008 Oscars (#14040)

    A conversation with journalists from the New York Times, Rolling Stone and the New Yorker. [56 minutes]

  • Pakistan and France (#14041)

    An update on Pakistan with Husain Haqqani of Boston University & Steve Coll of New Yorker Magazine. [56 minutes]

  • Ash, Burns & Horne (#14042)

    Timothy Garton Ash of Oxford, historian Alistair Horne and John Burns of The New York Times appear. [56 minutes]

  • In Memoriam: William F. Buckley (#14043)

    The author and conservative commentator founded National Review and hosted the show Firing Line. . [56 minutes]

  • Nancy Pelosi (#14044)

    A conversation with Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. [56 minutes]

  • Russia/Lorin Maazel (#14045)

    Henry Kissinger, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Thomas Pickering and David Remnick discuss Russia. [56 minutes]

  • Tom Daschle (#14046)

    The former Senate Majority Leader discusses the current Democratic Primary race. [56 minutes]

  • Primaries (#14047)

    Al Hunt, David Brooks Mark Halperin and Connie Schultz discuss the Vermont, Ohio Rhose Island and Texas [56 minutes]

  • Gabriel Byrne (#14048)

    The actor discusses his current HBO series "In Treatment." [56 minutes]

  • Anderson & Arrington (#14049)

    Chris Anderson of Wired Magazine and Michael Arrington of TechCrunch.com are the guests. [56 minutes]

  • Stephen Hawking (#14050)

    The renowned scientist and his daughter discuss their new book, George's Secret Key to the Universe. [56 minutes]

  • A Tribute to William F. Buckley (#14051)

    Jeff Greenfield, Richard Brookhiser, Rich Lowry, Mona Charen and Gary Wills discuss Bill Buckley [56 minutes]

  • Fallon's Resignation/Eliot Spitzer (#14052)

    Admiral William Fallon's resignation as chief of U.S. forces in the Middle East is discussed. [56 minutes]

  • Mike Mullen (#14053)

    A discussion about America's National Security with the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. [56 minutes]

  • Caldwell/Jung/Pinker (#14054)

    Lieutenant General William Caldwell, Avon's Andrea Jung and Psychology Professor Steven Pinker. [56 minutes]

  • Economy/Mcshane/Hunt (#14055)

    Floyd Norris discusses the economy, Ian McShane discusses acting and Al Hunt on the 2008 election. [56 minutes]

  • Bear Stearns/Robin Wright (#14056)

    The purchase of Bear Stearns For $2/Share by JP Morgan Chase and the Middle East are discussed. [56 minutes]

  • Meacham/Volcker (#14057)

    Barack Obama's speech on race is discussed with Jon Meacham and the economy with Paul Volcker. [56 minutes]

  • Iraq Five Year Anniversary (#14058)

    Journalists Les Gelb, Ali Fadhil, Sinan Antoon and George Packer discuss the Iraq War. [56 minutes]

  • Iraq Five Year Anniversary/Unrest In Tibet (#14059)

    Richard Enge,l Richard Perle and Frederick Kagan discuss Iraq. Pico Iyer and Tashi Rabgey onTibet. [56 minutes]

  • David McCullough (#14060)

    The Pulitzer Prize-winning author talks about his forty years in publishing. [56 minutes]

  • Ian McShane & Peter O'toole (#14061)

    Peter O'Toole discusses his life and career. Ian McShane talks about his role in "The Homecoming." [56 minutes]

  • John Hofmeister (#14062)

    A conversation with John Hofmeister, President of the Houston based Shell Oil Company. [56 minutes]

  • Ed Rendell/Thomas Keller (#14063)

    Conversations with the Governor of Pennsylvania and the chef and owner of Per Se & French Laundry. [56 minutes]

  • Arlen Specter/Vitaly Churkin (#14064)

    The Pennsylvania Senator and Russia's Ambassador to the U.N are interviewed. [56 minutes]

  • Chuck Hagel/Integrative Health (#14065)

    The Nebraskan Senator discusses politics and Iraq. Professional experts discuss integrative health. [56 minutes]

  • Dr. Patrick Walsh/John Snow (#14066)

    The 2007 National Physician of the Year and the chairman of Cerberus Capital Management appear. [56 minutes]

  • Ted Turner (#14067)

    A conversation with Ted Turner, creator of CNN and former Vice Chairman of AOL Time Warner Inc. [56 minutes]

  • Peter G. Peterson (#14068)

    A conversation with the Chairman of the Peterson Foundation and Senior Chairman of Blackstone. [56 minutes]

  • David Axelrod/Ncaa (#14069)

    A conversation with the Chief Strategist of the Obama Campaign and a preview of the NCAA Final Four. [56 minutes]

  • The Life and Legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr. (#14070)

    Tom Brokaw, John Hope Franklin, Rep. James Clyburn and Dr. Beverly Daniel Tatum discuss King's life. [56 minutes]

  • Charlie Rose Science Series: The Imperative of Science (#14071)

    Paul Nurse, Harold Varmus, Shirley Ann Jackson, Bruce Alberts and Lisa Randall discuss science. [56 minutes]

  • Iraq/Wowowow.Com (#14072)

    Jack Keane and Senator Jack Reed discuss Petraeus and Crocker's testimony on Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • Iraq (#14073)

    John Burns and Dexter Filkins of the The New York Times discuss Petraeus and Crocker's testimony. [56 minutes]

  • George Soros/Helen Mirren (#14074)

    Conversations with the Chairman, Soros Fund Management and the award winning actress about her book. [56 minutes]

  • George Clooney/Norah Jones (#14075)

    The actor/director discusses the film Leatherheads. The musician discusses her first film role. [56 minutes]

  • Pennsylvania Primary/T.R. Reid (#14076)

    Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey, Joe Klein of Time and Dick Polman of the Philadelphia Inquirer. [56 minutes]

  • Cokie Roberts/Mikhail Baryshnikov (#14077)

    The Contributing Senior News Analyst for NPR discusses her book "Ladies of Liberty." [56 minutes]

  • Ricahrd Price/Jeffrey Sachs (#14078)

    The Director of the Earth Institute at Columbia University and the author of "Lush Life" appear. [56 minutes]

  • Mayor Michael Bloomberg/Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger (#14079)

    A conversation with the Mayor of New York City and the Governor of California. [56 minutes]

  • Pope Benedict's Visit to the United States (#14080)

    Jon Meaham, George Weigel, Scott Appleby and Monsignor Lorenzo Albacete discuss the Pope's visit. [56 minutes]

  • Pennsylvania Primary/Mickey Drexler (#14081)

    Conversations with Newsweek's Chief Political Correspondent Howard Fineman and the CEO of J. Crew. [56 minutes]

  • Pennsylvania Primary (#14082)

    Live coverage with Mark Halperin, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Al Hunt, Bob Herbert and Dick Polman. [56 minutes]

  • Pennsylvania Primary Follow-Up/A.G. Lafley (#14083)

    Rahm Emanuel, Democratic member of the House discusses the Primary. The CEO of Procter & Gamble. [56 minutes]

  • Randi Weingarten/Charlie Wilson (#14084)

    The President of the United Federation of Teachers and the Former Texas Congressman appear. [56 minutes]

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  • Jimmy Carter/Meghan O'sullivan (#14086)

    The former President discusses Hamas. The former deputy national security adviser on Iraq appears. [56 minutes]

  • Discussion About Barack Obama & Rev. Jeremiah Wright (#14087)

    James Clyburn and Reverend Floyd Flake discuss the Presidential candidate and his pastor. [56 minutes]

  • Arianna Huffington (#14088)

    A conversation with the editor of Huffingtonpost.com about her book, "Right is Wrong." [56 minutes]

  • Fareed Zakaria (#14089)

    The Editor of Newsweek International discusses the Iraq War and America's role in globalization. [56 minutes]

  • Meghan O'sullivan/Jasper Johns - Gray (#14090)

    A conversation with the former deputy national security adviser on Iraq and Afghanistan. [56 minutes]

  • Andrew Ross Sorkin/Chuck Todd (#14091)

    A discussion about Yahoo and Microsoft and a preview of the North Carolina and Indiana primaries. [56 minutes]

  • North Carolina and Indiana Primaries (#14092)

    Live with Al Hunt, Gwen Ifill, Charlie Cook, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Mark Halperin and Bob Herbert. [56 minutes]

  • Design and the Elastic Mind (#14093)

    A visit and discussion with Paola Antonelli at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. [56 minutes]

  • Bill Moyers (#14094)

    The broadcasting legend discusses the 2008 elections, the Rev. Wright Controversy and his new book. [56 minutes]

  • Susan C. Schwab/Bernard-Henri Levy & Umberto Eco (#14095)

    Ambassador Susan C. Schwab, U. S. Trade Representative, appears followed by authors Levy and Eco. [56 minutes]

  • Relief Efforts In Myanmar/Randi Weingarten (#14096)

    An update from the U.N. on relief efforts and the president of the United Federation of Teachers. [56 minutes]

  • John Harwood and Jerry Seib/Jonathan Zittrain (#14097)

    "Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles In Backroom Power." "The Future of the Internet and How to Stop It." [56 minutes]

  • Sir Jeremy Greenstock/Michael Rose (#14098)

    The former U.K. ambassador to the United Nations and the retired British Army General appear. [56 minutes]

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  • Retired Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez (#14100)

    Lt. General Sanchez discusses his new book about his experiences in command in Iraq. [56 minutes]

  • David Miliband/Bartlett Sher (#14101)

    A conversation with the current Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. [56 minutes]

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    [56 minutes]

  • Sandy Weill (#14103)

    A conversation with Sandy Weill, Chairman emeritus, Citigroup Inc. [56 minutes]

  • Recount/Garry Wills (#14104)

    A discussion about the HBO film "Recount" with Kevin Spacey, Jeffrey Toobin and David Boies. [56 minutes]

  • Fred Smith (#14105)

    A conversation with Fred Smith, Founder & CEO of FedEx. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14106

    [56 minutes]

  • Peter Matthiessen/Edward Albee/Jhumpa Lahiri (#14107)

    The author discusses his book "Shadow Country." A conversation with the Playwright and Tony Winner. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Sydney Pollack (#14108)

    An appreciation of the award winning director, producer and actor who died on May 26, 2008. [56 minutes]

  • Sex and the City/Martha Sherrill (#14109)

    Sarah Jessica Parker and director Michael Patrick King. Next, author and journalist Martha Sherrill. [56 minutes]

  • Philip Bobbitt/Tony Judt (#14110)

    The books "Terror and Consent" and "Reflections on the Forgotten Twentieth Century" are discussed. [56 minutes]

  • Sir Lawrence Freedman/Aaron David Miller (#14111)

    Author Sir Lawrence Freedman and author and former Mideast negotiator Aaron David Miller appear. [56 minutes]

  • George Will (#14112)

    The syndicated columnist for "Newsweek" discusses the 2008 election and the state of conservatism. [56 minutes]

  • An Update on the 2008 Election (#14113)

    Mark Halperin of Time, Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and columnist Connie Schultz discuss the election. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14114

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  • Big Brown's Pursuit of the Triple-Crown/Tony Judt (#14115)

    Kent Desormeaux, Rick Dutrow and Michael Iavarone talk about the race. Tony Judt discusses Europe. [56 minutes]

  • Luca Di Monte/Jim Nantz (#14116)

    A conversation with the president of Ferrari. Next. CBS's Jim Nantz discusses the Belmont Stakes. [56 minutes]

  • The Price of Oil / Misha Glenny (#14117)

    Charles Maxwell, Richard Berner, James Burkhard and Amy Myers Jaffe discuss the cost of oil. [56 minutes]

  • Tom Wolfe/Interview Magazine Celebrates Andy Warhol (#14118)

    Author Tom Wolfe. Marc Jacobs, Stephanie Seymour, Peter Brant and Glenn O'Brien discuss Warhol. [56 minutes]

  • Marwan Muasher & Rami Khouri/Rose Styron (#14119)

    Muasher of The World Bank and Khouri of The Daily Star appear, followed by the poet and activist. [56 minutes]

  • An Appreciation of Tim Russert (#14120)

    An appreciation of the "Meet the Press" host with fellow journalist and friend Al Hunt [56 minutes]

  • Ezekiel, Ari, and Rahm Emanuel/Sue Williams (#14121)

    The Emanuel brothers discuss growing up and their careers. Frontline's "Young & Restless in China." [56 minutes]

  • Vali Nasr, Michael Gordon, Stephen Biddle (#14122)

    Nasr and Biddle the Council on Foreign Relations and Gordon of The New York Times appear. [56 minutes]

  • Ralph Reed/Walter Mirisch/Max Gerber (#14123)

    Conversations with the political strategist, Academy Award winning producer and photographer. [56 minutes]

  • Fred Krupp/Connie Britton (#14124)

    A conversation with the President, Environmental Defense Fund, followed by a talk with the actor. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14125

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  • Antonin Scalia (#14126)

    The Supreme Court Justice discusses his book, "Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14127

    [56 minutes]

  • A preview of the film "Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson (#14128)

    Chenjerai Hove, Andrew Meldrum, Philip Gourevitch and Michelle Gavin discuss Zimbabwe's election. [56 minutes]

  • North Korea/Peter Levene (#14129)

    David Sanger on North Korea's Declaration of Nuclear Materials. Next, Chairman of Lloyd's of London. [56 minutes]

  • Daniel Yergin (#14130)

    A conversation with the Chairman of Cambridge Energy Research Associate. [56 minutes]

  • Pakistan/Rushdie (#14131)

    Aitzaz Ahsan, Mark Mazzetti & David Rohde discuss Pakistan. Author Salman Rushdie on his new book. [56 minutes]

  • Education (#14132)

    Bob Wise, former Governor of West Virginia and Wendy Kopp, president of Teach For America, appear. [56 minutes]

  • Naguib Sawiris (#14133)

    A conversation with the Chairman and CEO of Orascom Telecom Holding. [56 minutes]

  • Judith Jamison (#14134)

    A conversation with the arts director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. . [56 minutes]

  • David McCullough (#14135)

    A rebroadcast of an hour with the author discussing his forty years in publishing. [56 minutes]

  • Jamie Dimon (#14136)

    A conversation with the Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. [56 minutes]

  • James Baker and Warren Christopher/Jamie Dimon 2 (#14137)

    Two former secretaries of state discuss the war powers debate. More with the CEO of JPMorgan Chase. [56 minutes]

  • Ted Koppel/Jim Courier (#14138)

    A series about China, "Koppel on Discovery: The People's Republic of Capitalism" is discussed. [56 minutes]

  • National Teachers of the Year (#14139)

    A discussion about Education with Michael Geisen, Kimberly Oliver, Jason Kamras and Kathy Mellor. [56 minutes]

  • Nicholson Baker/Endangered Gorillas (#14140)

    The new World War II book "Human Smoke" and gorilla murders in Africa's Virunga Park are discussed. [56 minutes]

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    [56 minutes]

  • Jim Webb/Iphone 3g (#14146)

    A conversation with the U.S. Senator from Virginia. Technology reporters discuss the iPhone 3G. [56 minutes]

  • David Chang (#14147)

    A conversation with the chef and owner of Momofuku Noodle Bar and Momofuku Ko in New York City. [56 minutes]

  • Iphone 3g/Ken Pollack (#14148)

    Reporters discuss the IPhone 3G, followed by a conversation with the author and former CIA analyst. [56 minutes]

  • Analysis of Senator Obama's overseas trip/Mohamed El-Erian (#14149)

    Ethan Bronner, Jim Hoagland and Robin Wright discuss Obama. Plus, the co-CEO of bond investor PIMCO. [56 minutes]

  • Step Brothers/Lewis Black (#14150)

    A conversation with actors Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and director Adam McKay. Plus, Lewis Black. [56 minutes]

  • Admiral William J. Fallon/Mad Men (#14151)

    A conversation with the former U.S. Centcom Commander and a discussion about the television series. [56 minutes]

  • Francis Collins/Personal Genetics (#14152)

    A conversation with the Director of the National Human Genome Research Institute. [56 minutes]

  • Tim Kaine (#14153)

    Governor Tim Kaine of Virginia discusses his life, his political career and the Obama Campaign. [56 minutes]

  • Barbara Walters (#14154)

    The renowned journalist discusses her life, her career and her new autobiography. [56 minutes]

  • Husain Haqqani & Farahnaz Ispahani/Pakistan (#14155)

    The Pakistani Ambassador to the U.S. and a member of the Pakistani National Assembly appear. [56 minutes]

  • Peter Chernin (#14156)

    A conversation with the President of News Corporation and Chairman and CEO of the Fox Group. [56 minutes]

  • Woodruff/Sampras/Pineapple Express (#14157)

    A discussion with Bob Woodruff of ABC News and a conversation with tennis player Pete Sampras. [56 minutes]

  • Imran Khan (#14158)

    A conversation with Imran Khan of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Party. [56 minutes]

  • Elegy (#14159)

    Director Isabel Coixet and actors Penelope Cruz and Dennis Hopper discuss the film "Elegy." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #14160

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  • Don Keough (#14161)

    Robert Kagan and Stephen Sestanovich discuss the escalating conflict between Georgia and Russia. [56 minutes]

  • Vitaly Churkin (#14162)

    The Ambassador of the Russian Federation discusses the conflict between Georgia and Russia. [56 minutes]

  • Jane Mayer/Philip Gourevitch (#14163)

    The Author of "The Dark Side" discusses the War on terror. Plus, the editor of "The Paris Review." [56 minutes]

  • Federal Reserve/Austan Goolsbee (#14164)

    A conversation with Barack Obama's economic adviser. Financial experts discuss the Federal Reserve. [56 minutes]

  • Ben Stiller/Car Design (#14165)

    The film Tropic Thunder is discussed. Representatives from Hyundai, Mazda and General Motors appear. [56 minutes]

  • Rick Wagoner (#14166)

    A look at General Motors with CEO Rick Wagoner. [56 minutes]

  • Bob Lutz (#14167)

    A look at the new GM Volt with designer Bob Lutz and others company representatives. [56 minutes]

  • Francesco Clemente (#14168)

    A conversation with artist Francesco Clemente. [56 minutes]

  • Hickenlooper/Daughtry/Carr (#14169)

    John Hickenlooper, Mayor of Denver and Leah Daughtry, CEO of the Democratic National Convention. [56 minutes]

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    Vice President Joe Biden sits down for a conversation with Charlie. [56 minutes]

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    A conversation with Mahmoud Abbas, President of the Palestinian National Authority. [56 minutes]

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  • A Look at China's Economy and "The Tillman Story" (#16166)

    Topics include China's economy and political future and a new documentary on Pat Tillman's death. [56 minutes]

  • Google, Harold Ford Jr., and Brett Easton Ellis (#16167)

    A conversation about the future of Google. Harold Ford, Jr. and author Brett Easton Ellis appear. [56 minutes]

  • Admiral Thad Allen/A Look at the U.S. Senate (#16168)

    Admiral Thad Allen, the man in charge of the government's response to the Gulf Oil Spill, appears. [56 minutes]

  • Brian Williams On Katrina/Podesta and Duberstein On President Obama (#16169)

    Brain Williams of NBC News discusses his experience in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. [56 minutes]

  • Shah Mahmood Qureshi/Spike Lee/Vincent Cassell (#16170)

    A conversation about Pakistan and the floods that are devastating the country. [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #16182

    John Mickelthwait, Editor in Chief of the Economist, and John Burns of the New York Times appear. [56 minutes]

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    Mark Halperin of Time magazine and former Congressman Vin Weber discuss the primary results. [56 minutes]

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  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (#16191)

    A conversation with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, President of the Islamic Republic of Iran. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16192

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  • Sergey Lavrov/Jack Ma (#16193)

    Sergey Lavrov, Foreign Minister of Russia and Jack Ma, CEO and Chairman of Alibaba are interviewed. [56 minutes]

  • Sebastian Pinera/Iran Discussion (#16194)

    A conversation with Sebastian Pinera, the President of Chile. Experts discuss Iran. [56 minutes]

  • Eric Schmidt/Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (#16195)

    A conversation with Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google. Oliver Stone, Shia LaBeouf and Josh Brolin appear. [56 minutes]

  • Melody Barnes (#16196)

    Melody Barnes, Director of the Domestic Policy Council for the Obama Administration, appears. [56 minutes]

  • Jimmy Carter/"The Social Network": David Fincher & Aaron Sorkin (#16197)

    Former President Jimmy Carter discusses his new book, "White House Diary." [56 minutes]

  • Tung Chee Hwa/Sukhbaatar Batbold (#16198)

    The chairman of the China-United States Exchange Foundation and Mongolia's Prime Minister appear. [56 minutes]

  • The Deciding Brain (#16199)

    Experts Eric Kandel, Tony Movshon, Joshua Greene, William Newsome and Ray Dolan discuss the brain. [56 minutes]

  • Norman Foster/Marc Newson (#16200)

    A conversation with architect Norman Foster and a conversation with Australian Designer Marc Newson. [56 minutes]

  • Jeffrey Toobin and Adam Liptak (#16201)

    A conversation about the Supreme Court as they start a new session. [56 minutes]

  • Bob Woodward (#16202)

    A conversation with Bob Woodward of the Washington Post, author of the new book "Obama's Wars." [56 minutes]

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  • Mark Thompson (#16204)

    A conversation with the Director General of the BBC. [56 minutes]

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  • Andrew Sullivan/"Budrus": Queen Noor of Jordan And Julia Bacha (#16206)

    Journalist Andrew Sullivan. Queen Noor of Jordan and Director Julia Bacha discuss the film "Budrus." [56 minutes]

  • U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner (#16207)

    A conversation with U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner. [56 minutes]

  • David Grossman/Isabel Wilkerson (#16208)

    The novelist discusses "To the End of the Land." Wilkerson talks about "The Warmth of Other Suns." [56 minutes]

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  • Gen. Jack Keane/Ingrid Betancourt (#16212)

    Retired General Jack Keane gives his assessment of the war in Afghanistan. [56 minutes]

  • Nancy Pelosi (#16213)

    Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House of Representatives, for the hour. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16214

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  • Steve Rattner/Michael Eisner (#16215)

    The rescue of the U.S. auto industry is discussed. Eisner discusses his book on great partnerships. [56 minutes]

  • The Middle Class (#16216)

    Arianna Huffington, Steven Pearlstein, Kenneth Rogoff, Jacob Hacker and Fareed Zakaria appear. [56 minutes]

  • Noomi Rapace/Zafer Caglayan/Michael Mandelbaum (#16217)

    Noomi Rapace discusses her role as Lisbeth Salander in "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" film. [56 minutes]

  • Garry Wills/Ron Chernow (#16218)

    Author Garry Wills discusses his new book, "Outside Looking In: Adventures of an Observer." [56 minutes]

  • Brain Series, Episode 12: The Creative Brain (#16219)

    Creativity is explored Sculptor Richard Serra, painter Chuck Close and Neurologist Oliver Sacks. [56 minutes]

  • Timothy Garton Ash/Robert Dallek (#16220)

    Dallek discusses his book, "The Lost Peace: Leadership in a Time of Horror and Hope; 1945 - 1953." [56 minutes]

  • Midterm Elections Preview/Yemen Terror Plot/Ted Sorensen (#16221)

    Charlie Cook discusses the Midterm Elections. David Ignatius discusses the bomb plot out of Yemen. [56 minutes]

  • Live Coverage of the 2010 Midterm Elections (#16222)

    Al Hunt, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Jon Meacham and others analyze the 2010 midterm elections. [56 minutes]

  • Midterm Results/Federal Reserve Actions (#16223)

    A conversation about the results of the midterm elections and what it means for President Obama. [56 minutes]

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  • Antonio Pappano/Terry McDonnell (#16225)

    The conductor discusses opera and the editor of Sports Illustrated discusses sports journalism. [56 minutes]

  • Tom Friedman/Dave Pelz (#16226)

    Tom Friedman of the New York Times discusses President Obama's trip to India. [56 minutes]

  • Drew Faust & Susan Hockfield/Felix Rohatyn (#16227)

    A conversation with the President of Harvard University and the President of M.I.T. [56 minutes]

  • Jeffrey Kloppenberg/Richard Reeves/John C. Mack (#16228)

    James Kloppenberg on his book, "Reading Obama: Dreams, Hope, and the American Political Tradition." [56 minutes]

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  • Dennis Blair (#16230)

    A conversation with Dennis Blair, former Director of National Intelligence. [56 minutes]

  • Rep. Paul Ryan/Ian Bremmer (#16231)

    Paul Ryan, Republican from Wisconsin discusses the budget and the Deficit Commission. [56 minutes]

  • Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson (#16232)

    A conversation with the co-chairs of Obama's deficit commission, Erskine Bowles and Alan Simpson. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16233

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  • Actor Russell Crowe (#16234)

    Actor Russell Crowe discusses his new film, "The Next Three Days" and his career, for the hour. [56 minutes]

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  • Steve Rattner/Janet Napolitano (#16236)

    Financier Steve Rattner on the suit filed against him by New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo. [56 minutes]

  • David Sanger/Steve Martin/V.S. Naipaul (#16237)

    David Sanger of the New York Times gives an update on the situation between North and South Korea. Then, Steve Martin discusses art and his new book "An Object of Beauty." Finally, Nobel Laureate V.S. Naipaul talks about his new book, "The Mask of Africa." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16238

    A conversation with Siddhartha Mukherjee of Columbia University about his new book, "The Emperor of All Maladies: A Biography of Cancer." Then, a discussion about the film "Love and Other Drugs" with Actors Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway, and director Ed Zwick. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16239

    A conversation about the film "The King's Speech" with actor Colin Firth and Director Tom Hooper. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16240

    Javad Larijani, head of Iran's Human Rights Council and Adviser to the Supreme Leader Khamenei. [56 minutes]

  • Wikileaks/Inside Job (#16241)

    Jon Meacham hosts a talk about the Wikileaks document release with David Sanger and Scott Shane. [56 minutes]

  • Rick Stengel/Dennis Blair (#16242)

    Rick Stengel of Time Magazine and Admiral Dennis Blair provide analysis of the Wikileaks cable leak. [56 minutes]

  • Shai Agassi/Black Swan (#16243)

    Shai Agassi discusses the electric car. Natalie Portman and Darren Aronofsky discuss"Black Swan." [56 minutes]

  • Jeff Zucker/Chefs: Daniel Boulud, Patrick O'Connell, Jonathan Cartwright (#16244)

    Jeff Zucker, the President of NBC Universal, reflects on his life in television. [56 minutes]

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  • Gold/David Einhorn (#16246)

    A conversation about gold with Peter Munk of Barrick Gold Corporation. [56 minutes]

  • Tax Cuts/Nicole Krauss/Florian Henckel Von Donnersmarck (#16247)

    A look at the deal made on tax cuts with Rep. Jan Schakowsky and Rep. Anthony Weiner. [56 minutes]

  • An Hour with Jay-Z (#16248)

    Rapper, businessman and author Jay-Z discusses his career, hip hop, his life and his book "Decoded." [56 minutes]

  • Groupon - Andrew Mason/Cleopatra - Stacy Schiff/Room To Read - John Wood (#16249)

    A conversation about Groupon with CEO,Andrew Mason. The book "Cleopatra: A Life" is discussed. [56 minutes]

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  • Gordon Brown (#16251)

    A conversation with Gordon Brown, former Prime Minister of Great Britain. [56 minutes]

  • Remembering Richard Holbrooke (#16252)

    An appreciation of the former U.N. Ambassador and recent U.S. Envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan. [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #16255

    Jon Huntsman, the US Ambassador to China, is interviewed. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16256

    A conversation about the tensions on the Korean Penninsula with David Sanger and Ian Bremmer. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16257

    A conversation about "The Merchant of Venice." Joel and Ethan Coen and Matt Damon on "True Grit." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #16258

    David Ignatius and Al Hunt discuss the Don't Ask, Don't Tell repeal and the week in Washington. [56 minutes]

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  • New Speaker of the House/Rober Duvall (#17003)

    A look at the new Congress and the new Speaker of the House. Robert Duvall discusses "Get Low." [56 minutes]

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  • Halperin & Heilemann/Tim Wu/Edmund Morris (#17009)

    A look at politics and the White House personnel changes with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. [56 minutes]

  • Social Networks/Brian Williams/Steve Pearlstein (#17010)

    A look at Facebook and social networking. Brian Williams of NBC News discusses John Boehner. [56 minutes]

  • Gifford Shooting/Jack Dorsey (#17011)

    A look at the tragic shooting in Tuscon with Brian Williams of NBC News, on location in Arizona. [56 minutes]

  • Tuscon Shootings: Political Analysis/A Look at Jared Lee Loughner (#17012)

    [56 minutes]

  • President Obama In Tuscon/Karen Armstrong (#17013)

    A review of President Obama's speech in Tuscon, with excerpts and historical context. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17014

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  • Nfl Playoffs/Bernard-Henri Levy/Alex Gibney (#17015)

    A look at the upcoming NFL playoff games with Peter King of Sports Illustrated and Boomer Esiason. [56 minutes]

  • Remembering Martin Luther King, Jr./Tunisia (#17016)

    Tom Brokaw and Historian John Hope Franklin discuss Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. legacy in 2008. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17017

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  • Henry Kissinger (#17018)

    An hour with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on US-China relations. [56 minutes]

  • Susan Rice/Jim Nantz (#17019)

    Susan Rice, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and Jim Nantz of CBS sports are the guests. [56 minutes]

  • Zhou Wenzhong/John Mack/Kenneth Roth/Reynolds Price Appreciation (#17020)

    President Hu Jintao's State visit to the United States and the US-China relationship are discussed. [56 minutes]

  • State of the Union Preview/Lynn Sweet/George Shultz (#17021)

    A preview of President Obama's State of the Union address with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News, [56 minutes]

  • State of the Union Analysis - Live (#17022)

    Ongoing coverage and analysis of the President's State of the Union Address. [56 minutes]

  • Middle East Unrest/Anthony Hopkins (#17023)

    Robert Malley of the International Crisis Group discusses the protests in Egypt, Lebanon and Tunisia. [56 minutes]

  • Highlights from the Charlie Rose Brain Series (#17024)

    Highlights and excerpts from the twelve-part Charlie Rose Brain Series. [56 minutes]

  • Tim Geithner (#17025)

    A conversation with Tim Geithner, US Secretary of the Treasury, from the World Economic Forum. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17026

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  • Egypt Unrest/Barbara Walters (#17027)

    Continuing coverage of the protests in Egypt with David Kirkpatrick of the New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Egypt/Wikileaks (#17028)

    Continuing coverage of the Protests in Egypt with Brian Williams of NBC News from Cairo. [56 minutes]

  • Continuing Coverage of Egypt: Doucet/Friedman/Kissinger (#17029)

    Lyse Doucet Tom Friedman and Henry Kissinger discuss the situation in Egypt. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17030

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  • Continuing Coverage of the Situation in Egypt from Four Perspectives (#17031)

    Roger Cohen, Lara Logan of CBS News, Mounir Abdel-Nour and Mohamed Abd El-illah discuss Egypt. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17032

    A conversation with Bill Gates, Co-Chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17033

    Al Hunt and David Sanger discuss Washington's perspective on the situation in Egypt. [56 minutes]

  • Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak Resigns (#17034)

    Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak resigns. A conversation from people on the ground in Cairo. [56 minutes]

  • Continuing Coverage of Egypt (#17035)

    A conversation with Nagib Sawiris, Chairman and CEO of Orascom Telecom, in Cairo, Egypt. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17036

    [56 minutes]

  • David Brooks/Shady El-Ghazaly Harb/Dick Cavett (#17037)

    David Brooks of the New York Times discusses Obama's budget and the administration's Egypt policy. [56 minutes]

  • Bernie Madoff Discussion/Berlusconi Discussion/James Taylor (#17038)

    A discussion about Bernie Madoff and his recent interview with the New York Times. [56 minutes]

  • Slackman/Ghosh/Artificial Intelligence/Huffi (#17039)

    Michael Slackman of the New York Times gives us an update on the situation in Bahrain. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17040

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  • Libya///Wendy Kopp/Carlos Fuentes (#17041)

    A look at the protests and violence in Libya. Wendy Kopp, founder of Teach for America, appears. [56 minutes]

  • Observations of the Events In Libya (#17042)

    Two Libyans here in the United States give their assessment of the news coming from the country. [56 minutes]

  • Continuing Coverage of the Situation In Libya (#17043)

    Former Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte discusses the situation in Libya. [56 minutes]

  • 83rd Annual Academy Awards Special (#17044)

    A look at the nominees for the 83rd Annual Academy Awards that have visited the table in the past year. [56 minutes]

  • Abdul Rahim Wardak (#17045)

    A conversation with Abdul Rahim Wardak, the Defense Minister of Afghanistan. [56 minutes]

  • Lakhdar Brahimi/Joe Nye (#17046)

    Former Algerian Foreign Minister Lakhdar Brahimi discusses the events taking place in North Africa. [56 minutes]

  • Amy Chua/Gita Wirjawan (#17047)

    Amy Chua of Yale Law School and author of "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother," appears. [56 minutes]

  • Joe Klein/Nassim Taleb/Mike Huckabee (#17048)

    Joe Klein of Time Magazine gives an assessment of the collective bargaining situation in Wisconsin. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17049

    A conversation with Bob Iger, President and CEO of the Walt Disney Company. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17050

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  • David Brooks (#17051)

    David Brooks of the New York Times discusses his new book, "The Social Animal." [56 minutes]

  • Libya/Women in the World (#17052)

    Conversations about possible NATO intervention in Libya and the Women in the World Conference. [56 minutes]

  • Afghanistan/Jeff Greenfield/David Broder Appre (#17053)

    A conversation about Afghanistan with James Shinn, David Ignatius and General Jack Keane. [56 minutes]

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  • Rep. Barbara Lee/Jay Bilas/Barton Biggs (#17057)

    Rep. Barbara Lee, (D) California, on her new memoir, "Renegade for Peace & Justice." [56 minutes]

  • Energy Hearings/Bahrain/Middle East (#17058)

    A conversation about the Middle East with Rob Malley, John Negroponte and Zalmay Khalilzad. [56 minutes]

  • Nuclear Power/Limitless (#17059)

    A conversation about nuclear power and a look the movie "Limitless" with actor Bradley Cooper. [56 minutes]

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  • Richard Engel/Barney Frank/Nathan Myhrvold (#17061)

    Richard Engel of NBC News discusses the air strikes in Libya. Rep. Barney Frank appears. [56 minutes]

  • Mayors Roundtable (#17062)

    A roundtable of mayors from across the country discuss the issues they are facing. [56 minutes]

  • Afghanistan/Ncaa Basketball/Rula Jebreal (#17063)

    A look at a new report on Afghanistan with Lakhdar Brahimi and Thomas Pickering. [56 minutes]

  • Taieb Fassi-Fihri/"Miral" (#17064)

    A conversation with Taieb Fassi-Fihri, the Foreign Minister of Morocco. [56 minutes]

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  • Lee Kuan Yew (#17066)

    Charlie travels to Singapore for a conversation with Lee Kuan Yew, the Former Prime Minister. [56 minutes]

  • Reaction to President Obama's Speech On Libya (#17067)

    Al Hunt of Bloomberg News fills in for Charlie, who is on assignment. The focus tonight is the reaction to President Obama's speech on Libya last night. First, Al talks with Sen. John McCain, (R) Arizona, and Sen. Jack Reed, (D) Rhode Island. Then, Al leads a discussion on with David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Julianna Goldman of Bloomberg News, and Journalist Doyle McManus. [56 minutes]

  • Syria/Allure Magazine (#17068)

    Bob Simon of CBS News fills in as guest host for two conversations on the unrest in Syria. First, a discussion with Rula Aman of Al Jazeera, on the phone from Damascus. Then, a conversation with several Middle East observers: Robert Malley of the International Crisis Group, Andrew Tabler of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Rashid Khalidi of Columbia University, and Mohamad Bazzi of the Council on Foreign Relations. We conclude with a conversation Charlie taped earlier with Linda Wells, the Editor-In-Chief of Allure Magazine, which celebrates its 20th anniversary with the March 2011 issue. [56 minutes]

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  • Mitchell and Duffy/Ncaa Final Four/Fish and Roenblatt (#17070)

    A look at the past week for the Obama administration and it's policy in Libya with Andrea Mitchell. [56 minutes]

  • A Conversation About Libya (#17071)

    A conversation about Libya from a variety of viewpoints. [56 minutes]

  • Federal Budget/Corey Booker (#17072)

    John Heilemann, Gerald Seib and Jonathan Karl discuss the fight over the federal budget. [56 minutes]

  • Bob Diamond/Masters Preview (#17073)

    A conversation with Bob Diamond, CEO of Barclays, and a preview of the Masters golf tournament . [56 minutes]

  • Martin Wolf/Steve and Cokie Roberts (#17074)

    A conversation about the global economy with Martin Wolf of the Financial Times. [56 minutes]

  • Budget Crisis/Shimon Peres (#17075)

    A look at the budget crisis and the possibility of a government shutdown. [56 minutes]

  • Sawiris/Engel/Abdullah (#17076)

    A look at the Middle East from perspectives by Naguib Sawiris, Richard Engel and Abdullah Abdullah, [56 minutes]

  • Jim O'neill/Lionel Barber (#17077)

    A conversation with Jim O'Neill, Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. [56 minutes]

  • Jack Lew/Paul Ryan/Steven Pearlstein (#17078)

    A look at the President's budget proposal with Jack Lew of the Office of Management and Budget. [56 minutes]

  • Gretchen Morgenson/Simon Schama/Jamie Oliver (#17079)

    A look at the lack of prosecutions in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis. [56 minutes]

  • Chefs: Hamilton/Waxman/Adria (#17080)

    Chef Gabrielle Hamilton of Prune, Jonathan Waxman of Barbuto and Ferran Adria of El Bulli in Spain. [56 minutes]

  • Paul Allen/John Leguizamo (#17081)

    A conversation with Paul Allen, Co-Founder of Microsoft and Chairman of Vulcan Inc. [56 minutes]

  • The House of Blue Leaves/Arcadia (#17082)

    We go to the theater... conversations about two plays. First, "The House of Blue Leaves" with actor "Ben Stiller, Playwright John Guare, and Director David Cromer. We conclude with "Arcadia" with actors Billy Crudup and Raul Esparza. [56 minutes]

  • Conversations On Diplomacy (#17083)

    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger appear. [56 minutes]

  • Michelle Flournoy/Richard Serra (#17084)

    Charlie goes to Washington to talk with Michele Flournoy, Under Secretary of Defense for Policy. [56 minutes]

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  • Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (#17086)

    A conversation about Indonesia with the country's president, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. [56 minutes]

  • Syria/Tribeca Film Festival/Karl Gerth (#17087)

    A look at Syria with Rob Malley of the International Crisis Group. [56 minutes]

  • Mohamed El Baradei/Everything Must Go: Ferrell (#17088)

    A conversation with Mohamed El Baradei, Nobel Laureate and Author of "The Age of Deception." [56 minutes]

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  • The Death of Osama Bin Laden (#17091)

    Journalists and experts discuss the Death of Osama bin Laden and its implications. [56 minutes]

  • Husain Haqqani/Dennis Blair (#17092)

    We continue looking at the killing of Osama bin Laden and its implications. [56 minutes]

  • Reed Hastings/Sal Khan (#17093)

    Reed Hastings, the Co-Founder and CEO of Netflix. Then, Sal Khan, the founder of khanacademy.org. [56 minutes]

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  • James Franco (#17095)

    An hour with actor James Franco at Brown University. [56 minutes]

  • Tim Geithner and Wang Qishan (#17096)

    Treasury Secretary of the United States Tim Geithner and Vice Premier of China Wang Qishan appear. [56 minutes]

  • Felipe Calderon (#17097)

    A conversation with Felipe Calderon, the President of Mexico. [56 minutes]

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  • Orhan Pamuk (#17100)

    A conversation with Nobel Laureate and author Orhan Pamuk. [56 minutes]

  • Frederick Kempe/Kiera Knightley (#17101)

    Frederick Kempe author of "Berlin 1961: Kennedy, Krushchev, and the Most Dangerous Place on Earth." [56 minutes]

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  • Middle East Roundtable / Penske Racing Team (#17103)

    A preview of President Obama's speech on the Middle East. [56 minutes]

  • Obama's Middle East Speech (#17104)

    David Ignatius and Zbigniew Brzezinski discuss President Obama's speech on the Middle East. [56 minutes]

  • Lee Kuan Yew (#17105)

    A conversation with Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's founding father and global statesman. [56 minutes]

  • 2012 Candidates/Martin Smith/Too Big to Fail (#17106)

    A look at the current candidates competing for the 2012 Republican nomination for President. [56 minutes]

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  • Oprah's Last Show/Bradley Cooper (#17108)

    A look at Oprah's farewell show. We conclude with a conversation with actor Bradley Cooper. [56 minutes]

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  • Eric Greitens/Michael Spence/Marissa Mayer and Susan Mashibe (#17110)

    Eric Greitens, Navy Seal and author of the book "The Heart and the Fist," is interviewed. [56 minutes]

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  • Fareed Zakaria (#17112)

    Fareed Zakaria, Editor at Large for Time Magazine and CNN host, discusses politics and the economy. [56 minutes]

  • Pakistan/"The Normal Heart" (#17113)

    A look at Pakistan and the death of journalist Saleem Shazad. "The Normal Heart" is discussed. [56 minutes]

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  • Us-Germany Relations/Walt Mossberg/Joe Lelyvel and Janny Scott (#17117)

    A look at Us-Germany relations with Charles Kupchan of the Council on Foreign Relations. [56 minutes]

  • Economy/Ignatius/Conant (#17118)

    A look at the recent economic news with Peter Coy of Bloomberg Businessweek. [56 minutes]

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  • David Brooks (#17120)

    David Brooks of the New York Times discusses his book, "The Social Animal." [56 minutes]

  • Afghanistan/Stan Musial Discussion/Philanthropy (#17121)

    An update on Afghanistan and troop withdrawals with Martha Raddatz of ABC News and Karen de Young. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17122

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  • Jj Abrams/Andrew Roberts (#17123)

    A conversation with Director JJ Abrams about his new film, "Super 8." [56 minutes]

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  • Richard Lugar/Donald Rumsfeld (#17126)

    Senator Richard Lugar discusses Afghanistan. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on his new book. [56 minutes]

  • New York Times Columnists (#17127)

    Tom Friedman, David Brooks, David Leonhardt and Roger Cohen discuss the US economy and the world. [56 minutes]

  • Afghanistan Discussion/"Wild Bill Donovan" (#17128)

    A conversation about Afghanistan and the President's announcement of troop withdrawals. [56 minutes]

  • Afghanistan/James "Whitey" Bulger Arrest/Richard Stengel (#17129)

    The President Obama's Afghanistan policy and the capture of Boston Crime Boss "Whitey" Bulger. [56 minutes]

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    The 2012 Republican Presidential field is discussed with Mark Halperin of Time Magazine. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17132

    Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma discusses the debt limit talks and the state of the economy. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17133

    A recap of President Obama's press conference and boxing champion Sugar Ray Leonard are featured. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17134

    A conversation about Conservation International with CEO Peter Seligmann and Roger Altman. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17135

    A look back on recent guests, intellectuals and scholars, who have touched on the subject of Islam. [56 minutes]

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  • Episode #17138

    A conversation with Laura Linney about her career and the new season of her HBO show, "The Big C." [56 minutes]

  • Episode #17139

    Senators Mark Warner, D-Virginia, and Mike Crapo, R-Idaho, discuss the latest debt limit talks. [56 minutes]

  • Orhan Pamuk (#17140)

    Excerpts from a conversation with Tom Friedman, David Brooks, David Leonhardt and Roger Cohen. [56 minutes]

  • Debt Ceiling Talks/Laurence Tribe (#17141)

    A look at the continuing debt limit discussions in Washington with Senator Tom Coburn, R-Oklahoma. [56 minutes]

  • Lawrence Summer, Part One/George Stephanopoulos (#17142)

    Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers on the debt limit talks taking place in Washington. [56 minutes]

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  • News of the World Scandal/Paul Farmer (#17144)

    A look at the ongoing scandal involving "News of the World." Paul Farmer discusses Haiti. [56 minutes]

  • Debt Talks/European Stress Tests/"News of the World" Update (#17145)

    Chuck Todd of NBC and Hans Nichols of Bloomberg Television discuss the debt talks in Washington. [56 minutes]

  • Debt Talks Update/Harry Potter/John Wilkes Boo (#17146)

    Coverage of the Debt limit talks with Jonathan Karl of ABC News and the Harry Potter phenomenon. [56 minutes]

  • "News of the World" Scandal/Debt Limit Talks - Rob Portman (#17147)

    The hearings in London on the News of the World scandal the US debt limit talks are discussed. [56 minutes]

  • News of the Word Scandal/Zhang Xin/Anthony Summers (#17148)

    The News of the World hacking scandal is discussed. Zhang Xin, the CEO of Soho China appears. [56 minutes]

  • Tom Donillon (#17149)

    A conversation with the National Security Advisor to President Obama, Tom Donillon. [56 minutes]

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  • Obama's Address/Phil Mickelson / Steve Carrell (#17151)

    An update on the debt talks includes highlights from President Obama's prime time address. [56 minutes]

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  • Sir Paul Nurse (#17155)

    An hour with Sir Paul Nurse, Nobel Laureate and former president of Rockefeller University. [56 minutes]

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  • Warren Buffett (#17166)

    Charlie sits down with Warren Buffett, the Chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway. [56 minutes]

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