Sketches include Benny Quickie: Five Minutes!, Benny's Ballad: Maria, The Loser, Michael Caine: Not A Lot Of People Know That, Circus Clown, Benny Quickie: Bust Or Bus!, Meeting People With Henry McGee: Gaston Le Clerc, Runaway with Hill's Angels.
The Deficit Debate with Jan Schakowsky, U.S. Representative for Illinois and Dean Baker co-founder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research; Michael Caine on his book 'The Elephant to Hollywood'
The Deficit Debate; Michael Caine
Susan Hockfield, president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Drew Gilpin Faust, president of Harvard University; Felix Rohatyn author of 'Dealings: A Political and Financial Life'
Thomas L. Friedman of 'The New York Times' on President Obama's trip to India; Golf instructor Dave Pelz
Thomas L. Friedman; Golf instructor Dave Pelz
Michael Caine; Derek Bok
Legendary actor Michael Caine talks about his new revenge flick "Harry Brown."
A Conversation About Somali Piracy With Andrew Exum Of The Center For New American Security And Robert Kaplan, Senior Fellow, Center For A New American Security || A Conversation About The Film "Is There Anybody There?" With Actor Michael Caine And Director John Crowley
A Review Of President Obama'S Trip To Europe And Unannounced Stop In Baghdad ; A Conversation With Ambassador John Negroponte
First, Botswana'S President Festus Mogae Discusses His Country'S Multiparty Democracy, Successful Diamond Industry, And Ambitious Anti-Aids Program. Then, Controversial Author Salman Rushdie Discusses His New Book, "Shalimar The Clown." Finally, Sir Michael Caine Discusses His New Film, "The Prestige."
A Discussion About Television, Film, And The Future Of Technology With Bob Wright, Vice Chairman Of General Electric, And Chairman And Ceo Of Nbc-Universal. Then, A Conversation About Acting With Michael Caine. His New Film Is The Weather Man.
Born into poverty in London, when he first decided to become an actor, he was looked upon with amazement: who did he think he was?