An interview with Richard Rogers; An interview with Steven Holl
A discussion about the life of Jesus Christ
As 1999 Comes To A Close, A Look Back At Some Of The Most Memorable Guests On The Charlie Rose Show From The Past Nine Years. Interviews With President Bill Clinton From 1992, Singer/Songwriter Bruce Springsteen From 1998, Novelist Toni Morrison From 1998, Art Historian Arthur Wheelock, Jr. From 1996, And Actress Sofia Loren From Earlier In 1999.
An Hour-Long Interview With The Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author And Host Of "The American Experience", David Mccullough. He Discusses The Founding Fathers, Some Of The Great Turning Points In History, And His New Book, What If?: The World'S Foremost Military Historians Imagine What Might Have Been, Accompanied By A Two-Hour Documentary By The Same Name.
A Conversation With The Man Who Rebuilt Gucci, Designer Tom Ford. Now The Creative Director For The Label, Ford Speaks About The Development Of His Career At Gucci, Predicts Where Fashion Is Headed, And Shares A Video Of Gucci'S Spring 2000 Collection.
Former Secretary Of State Henry Kissinger, National Review Editor William F. Buckley, And Time Managing Editor Walter Isaacson Discuss What The 20Th Century'S Legacy May Be. They Look Back At Some Of The Most Memorable Events, Ideas, And People Of The Past 100 Years From Multiple Perspectives.
Former Senator And Astronaut John Glenn Looks Back On His Life On Earth And Above. He Discusses His Return To Space At The Age Of 77, Work As The Only Senator To Be Elected Four Times In The State Of Ohio, And A New Book, John Glenn: A Memoir.
First, Nobel Laureate And Holocaust Survivor Elie Wiesel Talks About His Newly-Published Second Volume Of Memoirs, And The Sea Is Never Full. Then, Actor And Director Tim Robbins Discusses His New Film About Orson Welles And Revolutionary Theater, Cradle Will Rock.
Danny Devito, Actor And Producer, Discusses His Work On The Film Man On The Moon, About The Life Of Humorist Andy Kaufman. Also, Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, And Peter Buck, Members Of The Band R.E.M., Discuss Their Work On The Song Man On The Moon, The Inspiration For The Movie And Soundtrack.
First, A Dialogue With President Clinton On His Choice For The Most Influential Person Of The Century, Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Later, Other Leaders And Thinkers Including Walter Isaacson, Cornel West, Isaac Stern, Meryl Streep, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Chris Matthews, Richard Avedon, And Angela Bassett Offer Their Selections For The Person Of The Century.
The Canadian Singer/Songwriter Alanis Morissette Speaks About Her New Album, Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie. She Discusses The Roots Of Her Music Career, Hugely Successful Album Jagged Little Pill, And Her Foray Into Film With Her Performance In The Movie Dogma. The Interview Also Contains Clips From Morissette'S Performance On Mtv'S Unplugged.
A Look At The Country Music Singer/Songwriter, Garth Brooks. Brooks Is Joined By Bill Ivey Of The National Endowment For The Arts, Evelyn Shriver Of Asylum Records, Journalist Bruce Feiler, Pat Quigley Of Capitol Records, Journalist Beverly Keel, And Singer/Songwriter Kinky Friedman As He Reflects On His Enormous Success And Pervasive Influence On Country Music In America.
An Interview With Tom Brokaw; An Interview With Richard Garwin
Former Senator Of New Jersey, Bill Bradley, Discusses His Presidential Campaign Strategies For Iowa, New Hampshire, And Beyond. Also, The British Secretary Of State For Northern Ireland, Peter Mandelson, Discusses The New Government And Progress Towards Peace In His Region.
An Hour With The Republican Senator From Arizona And Presidential Candidate, John Mccain. Mccain Responds To The Feedback About The Recent Debates Among Republican Candidates, Discusses Formative Life Experiences That Have Contributed To His Desire To Run For The Presidency, And Shares His Platform.
An Interview With Gunter Blobel; An Interview With Desmond Tutu; An Interview With Amartya Sen
Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.