The author of My Song:A Memoir discusses the price he pays for being a man of conscience.
The singer, actor, activist and author discusses faith, spirituality, war and peace.
This week, Joel McHale weighs in on the latest Hollywood headlines including Harry Belafonte sleeping during an interview, Dr. Drew Pinsky investigating a new sex fetish, and Steven Seagal being sworn in as a Texas deputy. Plus, "Happy Endings" star Damon Wayans, Jr. stops by, Barbara Walters tunes out Elisabeth Hasselbeck on "The View," and we say goodbye to another season of the "Jersey Shore." Then, the crew tunes into the strangest moments from "Pan Am," "Bachelorette Party: Las Vegas," "Made in America" and other hot shows.
Featuring the extended, unedited interview! -Celebrated entertainer Harry Belafonte discusses his new memoir "My Song."
Hooper’s Store is out of cookies! While Alan bakes some more, a very hungry Cookie Monster passes the time by writing a story about a king with a sweet tooth. Plus: Ray Charles sings the alphabet song with the help of celebrity friends like Patrick Stewart, Harry Belafonte, and Ellen DeGeneres, while Grover learns about bath time around the world. Brought to you by the letter S and the number 19.
A never-before-seen chapter in Spike Lee's HBO documentary event that recounts the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans in 2005.
Act 3 of 4. Spike Lee's four-part HBO documentary event that recounts the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans in 2005.
Act 4 of 4. Spike Lee's four-part HBO documentary event that recounts the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans in 2005.
Act 2 of 4. Spike Lee's four-part HBO documentary event that recounts the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans in 2005.
Act 1 of 4. Spike Lee's four-part HBO documentary event that recounts the devastation wrought by Hurricane Katrina on the city of New Orleans in 2005.
A Performance By And Discussion With Cellist Yo Yo Ma, Who Talks About His Ongoing Silk Road Project And His Newest Cd, Entitled Classic Yo Yo Ma. Next, Singer And Civil Rights Activist Harry Belafonte Talks About The History Of Black Music. Finally, Charlie Rose Leads A Discussion With The Music Director Of The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Daniel Barenboim.
A Discussion With Steve Erlanger, Laura Silber, Stojan Cerovic And Ivo Daalder About The Yugoslavian Revolution; A Conversation With Ephraim Sneh About The Violence In The Middle East; A Conversation With Harry Belafonte And Tony Bennett
An interview with Gardner Taylor; An interview with Harry Belafonte; An interview with Samuel L. Jackson
An interview about the Republican Convention with Rudy Giuliani; An interview with human rights activist Harry Belafonte
A conversation about Bob Dole's tax cut proposals; A conversation about Robert Altman's film Kansas City with Harry Belafonte; An interview with author Anne Rice
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