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Scully/The World Show

Episode #1713

[26 minutes] TV-G Closed Captioning

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Series Description: SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous personalities. Host Robert Scully has been described by Canadian daily La Presse as "the best interviewer on television." Since its debut in Canada in 1983, the series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists.

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    This weekly half-hour series is devoted to one-on-one interviews with the worldOs most significant and famous personalities. The series, which has been seen in over 60 countries, has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since it began in Canada in 1983. Its host Robert Scully has been described by LA PRESSE as "the best interviewer on television," and by TV GUIDE as "really quite spectacular." [26 minutes]

  • His Royal Majesty Goodwill Zweliphini, King of Zul (#110)

    His Royal Majesty Goodwill Zweliphini, King of Zulus talks about the Zulu nation. A constitutional monarch, he represents a symbol of unity for his people in South Africa. He shares his views of the country during and after apartheid, and his words are filled with peace and hope. He also takes us on a historical journey, recounting the highlights of the reign of King Shaka, a builder of the Zulu nation. [26 minutes]

  • Rita Rogers (#111)

    Rita Rogers, a clairvoyant of Romany origin, talks about the strange gift of sight that was passed down to her by her grandmother. She lived in fear of her psychic powers for a long time, but these powers put her in touch with people who needed spiritual comfort. She became friends with Diana, Princess of Wales and predicted the tragic accident that led to her death. Rogers says that she did not impart this prophecy to the Princess, but did share it with Dodi Al Fayed. Even skeptics will sense the warmth and genuine love for a lost friend in Rogers account of these events. [26 minutes]

  • Harold Brooks-Baker (#112)

    Harold Brooks-Baker, the great specialist on the history of the royal families of Europe, explains why it is impossible for Queen Elizabeth to even think of abdicating. The things he says about Prince Charles, his social engagement, his relationship with his two sons, his marriage to Diana, reveal a much warmer and more sensitive man than expected. Brooks-Baker's genealogical research has also led him to discover that certain American Presidents, including Bill Clinton, George Bush, Ronald Reagan and Richard Nixon have blue blood. [26 minutes]

  • His Grace, The Duke of Devonshire (#113)

    His Grace, the Duke of Devonshire speaks to Scully from his home in Chatsworth, describing the art treasures that have been kept within his family. Right in the center of England, Chatsworth has been the home of the Cavandish family for nearly 450 years. His Grace explains why his house is open to the public, and communicates his passionate interest in the environment and gardening. [26 minutes]

  • Andrea Bocelli (#114)

    Andrea Bocelli reminisces about his childhood in an Italian village and his upbringing in a family that loved music. He talks about earning a law degree and his extremely brief legal practice, which he gave up to embark on a career as a singer. The young tenor describes his first encounters with Pavarotti, the three times he sang for the Pope and his friendship with Franco Corelli, one of the great masters of our time. [26 minutes]

  • Guest: Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy (#115)

    Bob Scully converses with Princess Maria Gabriella of Savoy, historian emerita, who is particularly interested in the Shroud of Turin. The Shroud had belonged to her family ever since the 15th century, until her father, the last king of Italy, bequeathed it to the Vatican. She retraces the origins of the Shroud, and relates how the most venerated relic of Christianity was saved from the flames on more than one occasion, in a nearly miraculous fashion. She also describes the atmosphere and the emotions surrounding the last public display in Turin. [26 minutes]

  • Guest: Lady Colin Campbell (#116)

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  • Guest: King Constantine of Greece (#117)

    King Constantine of Greece, constitutional monarch and Godfather to Prince William, offers a delightful conversation on the Royal condition in the context of the modern world. He speaks candidly of the closely knit relations amongst Royalty, recounting rare and humorous moments with Queen Elizabeth, as well as the people, places and events that fill his daily life as a Royal. He also engages in an informative discussion on the history and political function of a constitutional monarchy, suggesting that in todayOs age Kings and Queens can only work through a democratic process. [26 minutes]

  • Guest: Edouard De Rothschild (#118)

    Edouard de Rothschild discusses the Rothschild dynasty and the strengths of his family. [26 minutes]

  • Prince Henrik of Denmark (#119)

    The former French diplomat recounts the journey he took to arrive at his present role in Denmark. [26 minutes]

  • Katharine Graham (#120)

    Personal History, the engaging biography of Katharine Graham is the of this week's show. Robert Scully talks with Katharine Graham, head of the Washington Post, about her unique life and her relationship with the paper once headed by her father and late husband, Phil Graham. From her privileged, yet strict childhood, to the tragedy which put her in control of the Post, the details of Katharine Graham's life are what American legends are made of. She secures her place in history with her many associations, recalling for us memories of Camelot, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon and the Reagans. [26 minutes]

  • Luciano Pavarotti (#121)

    The illustrious Italian tenor, Luciano Pavarotti, shares with us the challenges he faces as a performer, whether with his music, the stage, or his nerves. One will be amazed to discover that the great performer has as many moments of extreme nervousness as he does wonderful music. Pavarotti intrigues us with his view on the extremely "fragile" life of a tenor, and with an intimate account of his pre-performance state of mind. He further delights by recounting how the three tenors originally came together and rose to their present popularity. [26 minutes]

  • Paloma Picasso (#122)

    Though she bears the famous namesake of her late father, Paloma Picasso has created an international presence of her own. As both an entrepreneur and artist she has proven that she is indeed her father' s daughter; she lives by her father's philosophy that one has "to make your own stand in life." A women of considerable flare and taste, Paloma Picasso sits down with Robert Scully to discuss her current projects and the great responsibility she has of upholding her name in the world of business. She also shares memories of her childhood, recalling for us a typical day with her father at their home in the south of France, where it as not unusual to find a goat running through the house. [26 minutes]

  • Dame Cicely Saunders-Palliative Care (#123)

    Andre Rieux, the great conductor and master of the Viennese waltz, discusses his lifelong ambition to be on the stage and perform. From the age of five, growing up in a family of musicians, Rieux fell in love with classical music. Today he has sold over six million records, yet when he first created his orchestra he was not met with such a warm reception. Rieux recalls for us the initial indifference he received from the music industry, and how he persevered with his art, always believing in himself and his beautiful Viennese music. [26 minutes]

  • Jacqueline Buglisi and Donlin Foreman (#124)

    The pioneer of palliative care, Dame Cicely Saunders, engages Robert Scully in a stimulating conversation of her life's work at St. Christopher's Hospice in London. Dame Saunders offers an interview filled with deeply emotional experiences, describing for us the revolutionary care she provides to abolish the distance between the caregiver and patient. She speaks of hope, and her work of helping people live until they die. Her philosophy strives for openness, where the mind works together with the heart, allowing for the freedom of each individual's spirit. The stories she shares are both heart felt and moving. [26 minutes]

  • Phil Collins (#125)

    Jacqueline Buglisi and Donlin Foreman, two of the world's greatest dancers, and founders of the Buglisi Foreman Dance Company, are featured with two of their principal dancers on this week's World Show. Robert Scully sits down with them in Manhattan to discuss the world of dance and how it has changed over the last twenty years. The four dancers offer an enlightening interview as they recall working with the legendary director Martha Graham and her influence on their work. Their conversation explores the many facets of their craft, whether the intense language and art spoken through their bodies, or the relationship between their art and their audience. Viewers will be entertained by their lively and informative discussion. [26 minutes]

  • Julio Iglesias (#126)

    World-renowned drummer, singer, and songwriter, Phil Collins is featured on this week's World Show. Collins discusses his celebrity, happiness, and the difference, if any, wealth makes in his life. He talks of the unsuspecting circumstances that put him at the head of Genesis, and the difficult choices he has made in life, whether in his career or his personal relationships. And though he has lived a life of incredible celebrity, Collins reveals, much to his credit, that he has remained both a courteous and "nice guy." [26 minutes]

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    Julio Iglesias, the internationally celebrated singer of love songs, has a fascinating life story. Though he has achieved great success with his music, surprisingly, he did not set out to be a singer. Iglesias talks of the tragic event that at the age of nineteen, left him paralysed for two years, and led him to his present passion for music. He is frank about his strong emotions, and his love for life, all of which are conveyed in his songs. His charm is undeniable, and whether it is his love for the tango, or his goal to get people dancing close together again, Iglesias offers a refreshing outlook on life. [26 minutes]

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  • Diane Von Furstenberg Part 2/2 (#202)

    News & Public Affairs: SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983. Season II's intriguing guests are drawn from three distinct categories: "women of the millennium," performers and entrepreneurs. The diverse interviewees include Dame Cecily Saunders, founder of the hospice movement in Great Britain; rock star Phil Collins; conductor/violinist Andre Rieu; international pop star Julio Iglesias; and Jacqulyn Buglisi, who danced as a principal artist with Martha Graham for two decades before leaving to co-found her own company, Buglisi/Foreman Dance. [26 minutes]

  • Cardinal William Henry Keeler (#203)

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  • Judge Alex Kosinsky (#204)

    News & Public Affairs: SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983. Season II's intriguing guests are drawn from three distinct categories: "women of the millennium," performers and entrepreneurs. The diverse interviewees include Dame Cecily Saunders, founder of the hospice movement in Great Britain; rock star Phil Collins; conductor/violinist Andre Rieu; international pop star Julio Iglesias; and Jacqulyn Buglisi, who danced as a principal artist with Martha Graham for two decades before leaving to co-found her own company, Buglisi/Foreman Dance. [26 minutes]

  • Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua (#205)

    Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua of Philadelphia engages Robert Scully in an enlightening conversation on the Catholic Church. With over one billion Catholics in the world, Cardinal Bevilacqua's conversation sheds considerable insight on the curia, and the tiny bureaucracy that manages the world's Catholic population. The Cardinal also shares many touching stories, including his personal experiences with the Pope, and the amazing acts of God that play so prominently in his own mind. From the coming jubilee to his accounts from inside the Vatican, Cardinal Bevilacqua is a wealth of information. [26 minutes]

  • Arno Penzias Continues (#207)

    In the second of a two-part interview, Arno Penzias, Nobel Laureate and author of Digital Harmony, continues his discussion with Robert Scully on technology in society. Elaborating on the many subjects he discusses in his book, Penzias comments on today's technological phenomena, the importance of change in an environment's social fabric, and the remarkable notion of life after paper work. [26 minutes]

  • Royal Photographer Lord Lichfield (#208)

    With the recent marriage of Prince Edward to Sophie Rhys-Jones, who better to give an insider's view of Royal weddings and England's pre-eminent family than Lord Lichfield, the official photographer of the Royal family and cousin to the Queen. Drawing from his many years of experience, Lichfield shares several rare and personal stories he has amassed as a Royal photographer, from the candid shots he took of the Queen on board the Britannia in 1972, to the crazy antics he has pulled to capture the perfect photograph. Lichfield's portfolio is full of intriguing pictures, including Brando and Chaplin together at the Savoy in 1966, Sarah Ferguson as a young girl and the models Brit Ekland and Ann Turkel. Behind each of these pictures is a great story, and Lichfield proves that he is both a captivating storyteller as well as photographer. (Note: this interview was originally broadcast during the first season, but it has been repackaged with a new introduction and conclusion.) [26 minutes]

  • Lord Lichfield (#209)

    In the second of a two-part interview, Lord Lichfield continues his conversation with Robert Scully on his life behind the camera. Lichfield discusses the revealing photograph titled "Behind the Scenes," which captures the Princess of Wales just after she arrived back at Buckingham Palace from her wedding. Lichfield also shares his memories of the many icons he has immortalized, including Audrey Hepburn, Yves Saint-Laurent and Jacqueline Bisset, whom he discovered before she became a film star. From Christmas with the Royal family, to acting as best man at Mick Jagger's wedding, Lichfield's life and work is full of intrigue. [26 minutes]

  • Laetitia Casta (#210)

    Laetitia Casta, the young French beauty who is taking the fashion world by storm, is featured on this week's World Show. Casta, who was discovered at fifteen on a beach in her native Corsica, exudes charm. She shares many great stories, including how she deals with fame, her love of family and her passion for Corsica. More than anything though, Casta is full of life, and one cannot help but be awed by her refreshing attitude and free spirit. [26 minutes]

  • Michel Shumacher (#212)

    The Formula One season is well underway, with races this month is Britain and Austria. Ferrari's number one driver, and arguably the best driver in the world today, Michael Shumacher is in serious contention to grab yet another championship title. Schumacher joins Robert Scully in an informative discussion on the world of Formula One racing. Whether the subject is the racing circuit itself, or how Schumacher perceives the relationship between older and younger drivers, there is something to be learned from this conversation. From his humble beginning at the age of four on his father's go-cart track, to his more recent glory days, Schumacher shares the events that have shaped his life and career. [26 minutes]

  • Pat Buchanan (#213)

    Continuing in the series "Great Communicators" Presidential candidate for the year 2000, Pat Buchanan joins Robert Scully on The World Show. Buchanan speaks frankly of his previous campaign for the Presidency and his current visions for America. Having served under Presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan, Buchanan shares several stories of thie respective terms and what he has learned from each President. As he makes his own run for office, Buchanan's reflections offer great insight to his own campaign. [26 minutes]

  • Yo-Yo Ma (#214)

    News & Public Affairs: SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983. Season II's intriguing guests are drawn from three distinct categories: "women of the millennium," performers and entrepreneurs. The diverse interviewees include Dame Cecily Saunders, founder of the hospice movement in Great Britain; rock star Phil Collins; conductor/violinist Andre Rieu; international pop star Julio Iglesias; and Jacqulyn Buglisi, who danced as a principal artist with Martha Graham for two decades before leaving to co-found her own company, Buglisi/Foreman Dance. [26 minutes]

  • Helmut Lotti (#215)

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  • Michel Bloomberg (#216)

    News & Public Affairs: SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983. Season II's intriguing guests are drawn from three distinct categories: "women of the millennium," performers and entrepreneurs. The diverse interviewees include Dame Cecily Saunders, founder of the hospice movement in Great Britain; rock star Phil Collins; conductor/violinist Andre Rieu; international pop star Julio Iglesias; and Jacqulyn Buglisi, who danced as a principal artist with Martha Graham for two decades before leaving to co-found her own company, Buglisi/Foreman Dance. [26 minutes]

  • Rita Rogers (#217)

    News & Public Affairs: SCULLY/THE WORLD SHOW is a series of half-hour programs devoted to one-on-one interviews with some of the world's most significant and famous famous personalities. The series has featured Nobel laureates, heads of state, royalty, authors, financiers, athletes, designers, diplomats and philanthropists since its debut in Canada in 1983. Season II's intriguing guests are drawn from three distinct categories: "women of the millennium," performers and entrepreneurs. The diverse interviewees include Dame Cecily Saunders, founder of the hospice movement in Great Britain; rock star Phil Collins; conductor/violinist Andre Rieu; international pop star Julio Iglesias; and Jacqulyn Buglisi, who danced as a principal artist with Martha Graham for two decades before leaving to co-found her own company, Buglisi/Foreman Dance. [26 minutes]

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    Razor Suleman's business, "I Love Rewards," oversees in-house incentive programs for companies. [26 minutes]

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    Barry revolutionized the fashion industry by promoting models of different ages, sizes and races. [26 minutes]

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    MacDonnell's determination to overcome hurdles is helping her company, Water Depot, make its mark. [26 minutes]

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    Hoang 's video surveillance business, I3DVR, is helping companies operate more efficiently. [26 minutes]

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    Former Canadian ambassador to Washington, Raymond Chretien discusses global political events. [26 minutes]

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  • Alberto Fujimori (#1206)

    In a continent that has accommodated its fair share of controversial leaders over time, Alberto Fujimori stands as one of the most fascinating. Having emerged from nowhere in Peru's presidential race of 1990, this son of Japanese immigrants swept to power on the promise of restoring order by combating the rampant terrorism of the Maoist Shining Path organization and the widespread drug culture that had permeated the country. Sharply criticized for his authoritarian tactics in his attempts to stabilize the economy, Fujimori eventually fled the country for Japan, when accused of complicity in a corruption scandal. Recently extradited back to Peru and sentenced to prison for his role in killings and kidnappings of leftist guerillas, Fujimori remains an intriguing example of how power and willpower can coexist. Because President Fujimori has just been sentenced to 25 years, he will likely die in jail. [26 minutes]

  • Shane Patelakis (#1207)

    The current overuse of antibiotics in humans and livestock has lead to concerns about 'superbugs' and how best to deal with them. One of the solutions is emerging from the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island, where businessman and food scientist Shane Patelakis has founded a company, Progressive BioActives, which developed feed supplements for animals that naturally boost their immune systems. The results are improving the health of animals and, in turn, the financial health of their owners. Remarkably, it all starts with used brewer's yeast! [26 minutes]

  • Michael Ignatieff (#1208)

    This week, meet the man who would become Prime Minister. Of Canada, that is. Michael Ignatieff is head of the Liberal Party, and Leader of the Official Opposition. He is just one step away from the big job. A prolific author of 17 books, who taught at Harvard and hosted a show on the BBC, he has evoked strong comparisons with Barack Obama. Will two Harvard men, with many friends in common, eventually run North America? You be the judge. In a fascinating conversation with Bob, as part of our Leaders series, Ignatieff discusses his rich family history, as a descendant of Russian aristocracy which served at the court of the czars, as well as his mother's ancestry, a distinguished line of Canadian historians. [26 minutes]

  • Randy Kelly (#1209)

    The entrepreneurs discuss the recent opening of their new aspiring company, David's Tea. [26 minutes]

  • Herschel and David Segal (#1210)

    The President of Bellus Health discusses his work in the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical industry. [26 minutes]

  • Francesco Bellini (#1211)

    The President and CEO of Bellus Health is a successful scientist, innovator and businessman. [26 minutes]

  • Jim Balsillie (#1212)

    One of the geniuses behind the BlackBerry discusses the story of his company, Research In Motion. [26 minutes]

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    Bob talks trains with Hunter Harrison, the CEO of CN, one of North America's largest rail systems. [26 minutes]

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    The President of the University of Waterloo oversees an entrepreneurial capital in Ontario. [26 minutes]

  • Raymond Chretien (#1215)

    The former Canadian ambassador to Washington discusses diplomatic analysis and political tact. [26 minutes]

  • Lord Black of Crossharbour (#1216)

    The worldwide newspaper magnate and convicted felon discusses his biography of Richard Nixon. [26 minutes]

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  • Richard Gusella (#1218)

    An intriguing discussion with an oil billionaire who embodies the spirit of opportunity and success. [26 minutes]

  • Jim Kinnear (#1219)

    An entertaining chat with a "living legend" and the President and CEO of Pengrowth. [26 minutes]

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    A conversation with the vice-chairman of TD Bank and former Canadian Ambassador to the US. [26 minutes]

  • Jerome Friedman (#1221)

    A Nobel Prize-winning physicist discusses his work studying the smallest particles in the universe. [26 minutes]

  • Dr. Richard J. Roberts (#1222)

    The Boston biochemist and molecular biologist is responsible for the discovery of gene-splicing. [26 minutes]

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  • Bernard Pepin (#1224)

    The president of Atmosphere Design helps institutions apply appropriate colors to the workplace. [26 minutes]

  • Arlene Flock (#1225)

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  • Bob Rae (#1226)

    The former Premier of Ontario, Canada discusses the work of his favorite author, George Orwell. [26 minutes]

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    The legendary anchorman, writer and sailor discusses how America has changed in the last 40 years. [26 minutes]

  • National Entrepreneurship Competition (#1236)

    They're young, eager, talented and possibly wrestling with getting their homework in on time. Yet they're also established business people who are running successful companies at a very tender age. This week The World Show features the six finalists from the National Entrepreneurship Competition hosted by Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship (ACE), a charitable organization that aims to nurture budding entrepreneurs and their ideas. Through one-on-one interviews, the finalists share their thoughts about the many issues involved with conceiving, cultivating, and capitalizing on, a great business idea. [26 minutes]

  • Dalton McGuinty (#1237)

    The Premier of Ontario discusses one of his favorite books, Lincoln's Virtues: An Ethical Biography. [26 minutes]

  • Erin Arvedlund (#1238)

    The financial journalist discusses her book Too Good to be True: The Rise and Fall of Bernie Madoff. [26 minutes]

  • Ronald Kessler (#1239)

    "In the President's Secret Service" contains fascinating, warts-and-all anecdotes from 100 agents. [26 minutes]

  • Mary Weiss (#1240)

    Weiss discusses the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and her three sons who were born with the disease. [26 minutes]

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  • Elliot Lifson (#1245)

    Elliot Lifson and Bob explore the wisdom of the entrepreneur's entrepreneur, Warren Buffett. [26 minutes]

  • Dr. Sheldon Elman (#1246)

    The CEO of Medisys Health Group, Canada's leading provider of preventive health services, appears. [26 minutes]

  • Ottavio Galella (#1247)

    One of the world's greatest specialists in traffic management and safety runs the company, Trafix. [26 minutes]

  • Michael Carten (#1248)

    The President of Sustainable Energy Technologies Ltd. is banking on the emergence of solar power. [26 minutes]

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  • Suzie Leblanc (#1323)

    Opera soprano Suzie LeBlanc discusses the inspiration of American Poet Laureate Elizabeth Bishop. [26 minutes]

  • Stephen Jarislowsky (#1324)

    The businessman and investor guru offers his analysis of the dramatic market meltdown of 2008. [26 minutes]

  • Costas Spiliadis (#1325)

    The restaurateur has dedicated his career to redefining how Greek culture and cuisine is understood. [26 minutes]

  • Dr. Reuven Brenner (#1326)

    Brenner posits the importance of human capital in driving the entrepreneurial spirit of an economy. [26 minutes]

  • Guylaine Saucier (#1327)

    The CEO discusses running a forestry company and the importance of corporate governance. [26 minutes]

  • David Lank (#1328)

    Few investment professionals understand the entrepreneurial soul like Bob's guest this week, David Lank, the Director Emeritus of the Dobson Centre for Entrepreneurial Studies at McGill University and co-founder of Helix Investments. In his long career, he has helped shepherd 148 businesses, investing real money in their ideas but more significantly, believing in the people behind those ideas. Incisive in his analysis, poetic in his depictions, and eternally positive about these people who drive our economy, Lank offers an unique glimpse into what makes entrepreneurs tick, and identifies both those qualities that herald success and the shortcomings that portend failure. [26 minutes]

  • George Canyon (#1329)

    A conversation with the country music star, after a concert for special-needs children in Alabama. [26 minutes]

  • Dr. Gary Edwards (#1330)

    This social entrepreneur and great humanist is empowering special-needs children and adults alike. [26 minutes]

  • Dr. Jan Rowe (#1331)

    Again from Birmingham, a very special interview with a remarkable personality involved with special-needs children. Dr. Jan Rowe, of the Occupational Therapy Department at the University of Alabama, has done major work in pediatrics which has contributed to promoting a more inclusive approach, bringing the special-needs population into the workplace. While the support and services for youth are showing marked improvements, transition years into adulthood and independent living are still the root of concern among parents and professionals alike. Rowe joins Bob to take a closer look at the issues and advances that define this field today, on this week's edition of The World Show. [26 minutes]

  • Stephan Cretier (#1332)

    This week, an inspiring lesson in beating the recession. The true worth of entrepreneurs can sometimes be found, not just in how they cultivate an idea to turn it into a resounding success, but in how they revive that success in the face of great economic adversity. With this in mind, Bob sits down once again with the President and CEO of Garda, Stephan Cretier. Garda is one of North America's largest security companies, specialized in physical security, investigations and cash logistics. During the economic downturn of 2008-09, many of Garda's clients, including U.S. banking behemoths Wachovia and Washington Mutual, suffered huge losses, leaving the company in a very vulnerable position. Garda was threatened by a perfect storm. And Cretier showed daring leadership. He first reassured his creditors as to how vital his presence would be throughout the recovery process, thereby preventing his own ouster. Secondly, he took the opportunity to focus intently on strengthening his relationships with clients, showing how Garda would meet the challenges and exceed their expectations. Many companies and CEOs were swamped, and then drowned. Not Cretier. Today, Garda is back on track. [26 minutes]

  • Jacques Perusse (#1333)

    Owner of luxury-brand distributor Prestilux, Perusse is a longtime leader in the perfume industry. [26 minutes]

  • Bud Kirchner (#1334)

    The 2010 Holiday Edition reprises Bob's interview with two-time Entrepreneur of the Year Bud Kirchner, an Alabama venture capitalist credited with having a remarkable golden touch. Kirchner has dedicated his career to helping companies achieve their potential by parachuting in his management team to tighten operations and generate momentum. Yet he may well have found his most satisfying work in social entrepreneurship, developing the Hidden Angel Foundation in memory of his son. It offers Multi-Sensory Environments (MSEs) so that disabled individuals can stimulate brain activity and better engage with the world around them. Through Kirchner's efforts, we see how the entrepreneurial spirit pays dividends in so many more ways than just what appears on the balance sheet. [26 minutes]

  • Nicolas Hayek (#1335)

    For this end-of-the-year edition of The World Show, we feature an in memoriam tribute to a giant who left us earlier this year. Bob is often asked who is the greatest entrepreneur whom he's ever interviewed. A tough question, given our special affection for this class of very dynamic businessmen and businesswomen. But when pressed, our host always gives the same answer: Nicolas Hayek, the legendary Swiss innovator and engineer who passed away this summer at the age of 82. Singlehandedly, back in the '80s, when low-cost countries were eating Switzerland's lunch in the watch-making field, Hayek (who was initially hired as a troubleshooter to find a solution) saw the way of the future: he vowed to keep those products, those brands, and especially those jobs in his country. He then bought out the watch consortium SMH, for one symbolic Swiss franc, and with the permission of the government, turned around the entire industry in the Alpine nation, by creating Swatch. This brilliant man would later invent something he called the "Swatchmobile", which then became the successful Smart car. But above all, Hayek was a philosopher of business, a man with infinite wisdom on the joys of work that he considered superior to the rewards of success. His eloquence is unmatched. Meet him, one last time, as we close out 2010. [26 minutes]

  • Irma and Carla Maria Khanjian (#1336)

    By fascinating coincidence, we enter 2011 with an entrepreneurial tale again based on a storybook buyout for one Swiss franc. This time, a dynamic duo of sisterhood entrepreneurship, Irma and Carla Maria Khanjian, decided to take the plunge when a Geneva biology genius overextended himself financially while building his dream laboratory in the shadow of Mont Blanc. These Armenian immigrants to the land of chocolate and clocks, one of whom was a lowly secretary in the organization, decided that they could do better, and convinced the shareholders to leave the failing enterprise in their care. Out of this impending disaster, they spun success: BeFuture started marketing La Peau, a revolutionary skin cream. Irma and Carla Maria hawked their goods everywhere, from Swiss pharmacies to the exclusive beauty salons of Beverly Hills. Today La Peau is a "must-try" for working girls and glamorous actresses alike. [26 minutes]

  • Ad Verheul and Jan Hulsegge (#1338)

    Not so long ago, when it came to the treatment of autistic and severely handicapped patients, the medical community responded with a pitifully passive approach. Rooms were sterile and dark, the atmosphere uninspired. In response, child psychologists Ad Verheul and Jan Hulsegge in Holland felt these restricted, hyper-safe environments ran completely counter to what the patients needed. It encouraged them to introduce more sensory stimulation in their environment, providing elements that would encourage some sort of response, such as colorful mobiles hanging over their beds. What evolved was a full-scale environment known as a Snoezelen Room, where multisensory stimulation by way of an array of colors, lights, shapes and music was used, elements that were found to both soothe and generate a reaction. In this episode, Verheul and Hulsegge convey how they introduced these ideas to the medical community, garnered strong support from parents and effectively revolutionized treatment programs for these patients around the world. [26 minutes]

  • Robert Merton (#1339)

    A Nobel Prize winner weighs in this week. Heading for extinction, corporate pension plans are fast collapsing under the weight of their own outmoded, top-heavy construction. That decline warrants considerable concern for those planning retirement. According to 1997 Nobel laureate and Harvard economist Robert Merton, there must be an increasing trend towards individuals shouldering the responsibility for their own long-term financial health. Delving into some of the possible vehicles for smart, long-term investment, our economist wants to provide meaningful choices for those businesses and individuals who are facing an uncertain financial future. Which is why, with his partners, he has launched Dimensional Managed DC, with "DC" standing for "defined contribution". Merton joins Bob to address the concerns and discuss the options available for people about to retire. [26 minutes]

  • Richard Holbrooke (#1340)

    The year begins with a sad marker, the untimely passing of U.S. diplomat Richard Holbrooke, dead at 69 of unexpected heart trouble. Our In Memoriam special edition reprises an interview which Bob conducted with Ambassador Holbrooke in New York City, in the period following the spectacular achievement of the Dayton Peace Accords. Holbrooke had left diplomacy by then (he would later return as Bill Clinton's U.N. Ambassador, then more recently as the Obama envoy to Afghanistan and Pakistan) and was vice chairman of Credit Suisse First Boston, in Manhattan. The negotiator nonpareil regales us with his tale of how he got the infamous Milosevic, and his no less unsavory Croatian and Bosnian foes, to finally sit down together, talk, and agree. Holbrooke was the Talleyrand of his time, and he is featured this week on The World Show. [26 minutes]

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  • Richard Hylands (#1437)

    Richard Hylands of Kevric Corporation understands the art of commercial real estate development. [26 minutes]

  • Patrick Pellerin (#1438)

    Patrick Pellerin of Marmen is a leader in machining, fabricating, welding and manufacturing. [26 minutes]

  • Cora Tsouflidou (#1439)

    Cora Tsouflido built a family business in ways that run counter to some traditional notions. [26 minutes]

  • Etienne Borgeat (#1440)

    Etienne Borgeat of PCO Innovation understands what it means to run machines at maximum speed. [26 minutes]

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  • Philippe Gaudreau & Jonathan Birks (#1501)

    The guests discuss developing a software for the pharmaceutical and medical technology industries. [26 minutes]

  • Larry W. Reed (#1502)

    The president of the Foundation for Economic Education explains the thoughts of Adam Smith. [26 minutes]

  • Sir Terence Matthews (#1503)

    A conversation with the world-renowned legend in the high-tech industry and serial entrepreneur. [26 minutes]

  • Father Robert A. Sirico (#1504)

    A conversation with the author of "Defending the Free Market: The Moral Case for a Free Economy." [26 minutes]

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