A rebroadcast of a conversation with Peter Jackson, Elijah Wood, and Viggo Mortensen about the film "The Two Towers"; A conversation with Denzel Washington and Derek Luke
An Interview With Novelist Michael Crichton About His Life, Technology, And His Latest Book, Prey That Originally Aired On November 26, 2002.||Then, Eric Ripert, Executive Chef At New York Restaurant Le Bernardin, Discusses Life In The Kitchen And His New Cookbook, A Return To Cooking.
Actor Denzel Washington Discusses His Directorial Debut With The Film, Antwone Fisher And Winning His Second Oscar For His Work In Training Day.
An Hour That Originally Aired On December 5, 2002, With Director Martin Scorsese And Actor Daniel Day-Lewis Discuss Their New Film, The Gangs Of New York. The Film Is Set In The Middle 19Th Century In The Five Points District Of New York City And Tells The Story Of The Conflict Between The Native Criminal Underworld And The Immigrant Gangs.
An Interview That Originally Aired On December 10, 2002, With Comedian And Actor Robin Williams About His Stand-Up Comedy Tour, Recent Film Roles, And His Travels To The Middle East.
Actor And Producer Tom Hanks Discusses His Career And His Most Recent Role In Steven Spielberg'S Catch Me If You Can, Which Also Stars Leonardo Dicaprio And Christopher Walken.
An Interview With Julianne Moore; An Interview With Nigella Lawson
New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer Discusses His Mission For Consumer Protection And The Reform Of Corporate America. Then, An Interview With Authors Norman Podhoretz And Midge Decter Which Traces Their Journey From Liberalism To Neo-Conservatism.
Charlie Rose With Jonathan Karl, Dana Milbank & John Meacham; Nia Vardalos; Alan Furst
An Interview With David Albright, A Former Nuclear Weapons Inspector, About Inspections In Iraq. Then, Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman Discusses His Two Most Recent Films, Love Liza And 25Th Hour. Finally, Roger Ebert, Film Critic And Co-Host Of Ebert & Roeper, Talks About The Movies Of 2002.
Christopher Hitchens Of Vanity Fair, David Rieff Of The New Republic, Harold Hongju Koh Of Yale Law School And Michael Walzer, Editor Of Dissent, Debate The Issue Of Overthrowing Iraqi Dictator Saddam Hussein. Then, Author Yann Martel Discusses His Booker Prize-Winning Novel, Life Of Pi.
David Brooks Of The Weekly Standard And Clarence Page Of The Chicago Tribune Discuss The Controversy Surrounding Senator Trent Lott'S Statements Supporting Senator Strom Thurmond, Focusing On President George W. Bush'S Reaction To The Incident. Then, An Interview With Director Baz Luhrmann About Directing La Boheme On Broadway.
David Sanger, White House Correspondent For The New York Times, And Max Boot, The Olin Senior Fellow At The Council On Foreign Relations, Discuss The Bush Administration'S National Security Policy And The Doctrine Of Pre-Emptive Military Action. Then, An Interview With Cyclist And Sports Illustrated'S Sportsman Of The Year Lance Armstrong, On Winning The 2002 Tour De France And Battling Cancer.
An Interview With Comedian And Actor Robin Williams About His Stand-Up Comedy Tour, Recent Film Roles, And His Travels To The Middle East.
Charlie Rose With Dr. Eric Lander; Rebecca Miller; John Feinstein
Charlie Rose With Floyd Norris & Michael Hirsh; Madeleine Albright; Bill Carter; Peter Peterson
Charlie Rose Episodes For December 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For June 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For November 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For July 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For January 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For October 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For February 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For March 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For August 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For April 2002
Charlie Rose Episodes For May 2002