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The Charlie Rose Show is hosted by an acclaimed broadcast journalist and interviewer who speaks with many of the world's most influential thinkers, politicians, writers, athletes, filmmakers, musicians, scientists, actors, business leaders, artists, entertainers and other news makers in a unique one-on-one roundtable discussion.

The show style is informal, however, Mr. Rose is known for asking inquiring and thought-provoking questions. In-depth questions are the focus, rather than using the show as simply a promotional opportunity for guests.

Charlie Rose and his guests are the only two people in the room while the interview is taking place. There is no cameraman, producer, sound man, or other technician present. Rather, the show is taped out of New York using robotic camera equipment.

As a result of the show's popularity and Mr. Rose's resultant influence, the New York Times has reported that Mr. Rose encouraged discussions between the leaders of the Fox and NBC networks which eventually led to a mutual truce with regard to verbal attacks between anchors Bill O'Reilly and Keith Olbermann on their news programs.

The show's anchor, born Charles Peete "Charlie" Rose, Jr. in 1942 graduated with a bachelor's degree in history in 1964. At Duke University School of Law, he earned his juris doctor in 1968 and was a member of the Kappa Alpha Order fraternity.

The Charlie Rose Show began in 1991 and has been broadcast on PBS television stations in major markets around the U.S. since 1993. It airs daily Monday through Friday at various times. Broadcast on over 200 PBS affiliates, the program lasts one hour. The show broadcasts on the following stations in the following cities: WNET New York, WETA and WHUT Washington DC, WGBH Boston, KCET Los Angeles, KQED San Francisco, WYCC Chicago and PBA Atlanta. In addition, full episodes of the show are available online at the show's official website.

Charlie Rose hosted a revived version of the CBS classic Person to Person news program, along with Lara Logan in 1990. The show featured celebrities interviewed in their homes. The popular show was originally hosted by Edward R. Murrow from 1953 to 1961.

As a result of the show's popularity, the former host of CBS' "Nightwatch" (1984

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  • President-elect Trump's economic agenda with guest host Jeff Glor; Jill Schlesinger; and Dennis Berman. Jimmie Johnson, 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion. "Loving" with writer and director Jeff Nichols, and actors Ruth Negga and Nick Kroll.

  • The death of Fidel Castro and the future of Cuba with guest host Jeffrey Goldberg, Jorge Dominguez, Peter Kornbluh, and Julia Sweig. We conclude with Ben Rhodes, deputy national security advisor for strategic communications.

  • An hour with Mikhail Khodorkovsky. He was Russia's most famous political prisoner until President Putin unexpectedly pardoned him in December 2013.

  • Tom Friedman of the New York Times discusses his new book, "Thank You for Being Late." Jared Kushner's role in the Trump administration. Charlie is joined by Emily Jane Fox of Vanity Fair and Jonathan Mahler of the New York Times.

  • David Remnick discusses his conversation with President Obama after the election. Michele Flournoy, former under-secretary of defense. President-elect Donald Trump’s recent cabinet apointments.

  • Jim Fallows of The Atlantic discusses his piece, "China's Great Leap Forward."We continue with David Leonhardt of the New York Times. We conclude with an interview and performance by country musician Margo Price.

  • Ken Stern of Vanity Fair; Joshua Green of Bloomberg Businessweek; Philip Rucker of the Washington Post; and Michael Shear of the New York Times. We conclude with an appreciation of Gwen Ifill with Michele Norris, Ifill’s close friend and colleague.

  • Paul Reickhoff, Founder & Executive Director, Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America; Daniel Anfang, Sergeant, Us Marine Corps; David Myers, First Lieutenant, US Marine Corps.

  • Doris Kearns Goodwin; Walter Isaacson, founder and C.E.O. of the Aspen Institute; Jeff Greenfield of Politico and PBS Newshour Weekend; Kurt Andersen, host of WNYC’s Studio 360; and Cokie Roberts of ABC News.

  • Dan Balz of the Washington Post; Carl Hulse of the New York Times; John Dickerson, host of "Face the Nation"; Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times; and Maureen Dowd of the New York Times.

  • An update on the election with Al Hunt. David Adjaye, founder and principal architect of Adjaye Associates. Grammy and Academy Award-winning lyricist Carole Bayer Sager.

  • Larry Kudlow on his new book "JFK and the Reagan Revolution." "The Crown." Charlie is joined by creator and writer Peter Morgan, director Stephen Daldry, and three stars of the series: Matt Smith, John Lithgow and Claire Foy.

  • A continued look at the election and developments in the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private email server. Jon Meacham, whose book on George H. W. Bush was just released in paperback. We conclude with fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger.

  • A discussion about the new emails pertinent to the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private server. Neil Shen, founder of Sequoia Capital China. Taylor Goldsmith, singer and guitarist for the band Dawes, performing on set.

  • A conversation with jounalist Ted Koppel about the presidential election. We conclude with Eric Kandel, discussing his latest book.

  • A conversation with Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. We conclude with an election update with Robert Costa of The Washington Post.

  • A conversation with Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Sonia Sotomayor, taped at the New York City Bar Association.

  • James Clapper, director of National Intelligence, taped at the Council on Foreign Relations.

  • Glenn Beck, host of the syndicated radio show “The Glenn Beck Program.” We conclude with Sarah Jessica Parker, star of the HBO comedy series “Divorce.”

  • Holly Williams of CBS News reports from Iraq on the campaign to take back the city of Mosul. Prince Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein of Jordan. We continue with a look at the film "Moonlight." Ms. Lauryn Hill performing “Rebel…I Find It Hard to Say.”

  • An hour with professional golfer Tiger Woods.

  • The campaign to retake Mosul from ISIS with David Ignatius of The Washington Post and Eric Schmitt of The New York Times. Nancy Pelosi, minority leader of the House of Representatives. Issa Rae, co-creator and star of HBO's "Insecure."

  • John Dickerson, the anchor of Face The Nation, and the political director of CBS News. Ernest Moniz, the United States Secretary of Energy. We conclude with a look at the film "Other People."

  • Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor in chief of the Economist, discusses the magazine's guest essay written by President Barack Obama. We conclude with a performance and interview with Sturgill Simpson. His new album is called "A Sailor's Guide to Earth."

  • John Carlin, assistant attorney general for National Security, discusses the U.S. government, terrorism and cyber security.

  • Zanny Minton Beddoes, editor in chief of the Economist, discusses the magazine's guest essay written by President Barack Obama. We conclude with a performance and interview with Sturgill Simpson. His new album is called "A Sailor's Guide to Earth."

  • Continued coverage of the presidential election. Charlie is joined by Ed Rollins, Republican strategist and co-chairman of pro-Trump Great America Super Pac, and Jake Sherman of Politico. Part two of Charlie's conversation with Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

  • Bob Costa of the Washington Post, Frank Luntz, founder and chairman of Luntz Global, and Jonathan Karl of ABC News. Tom Barrack, real-estate investor and longtime friend of Donald Trump. Ruth Bader Ginsburg, associate justice of the Supreme Court.

  • An hour with Justice Stephen Breyer.

  • Jonathan Chait, columnist for New York Magazine; Dan Senor, former advisor to Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan; and Mike Allen of Politico. We conclude with Jim Lentz, C.E.O. of Toyota Motor North America.

  • Maria Sharapova discusses her return to competitive tennis after being suspended for testing positive for meldonium. We conclude with electronic music DJ Steve Aoki. He is the subject of a new Netflix documentary called "I"™ll Sleep When I"™m Dead."

  • The Rosetta probe comet landing with Rachel Feltman, Dr. Michelle Thaller, Daniela Hernandez. Mark Phillips, senior foreign correspondent for CBS News on his career in journalism. Part two of Charlie's conversation with Reid Hoffman.

  • A discussion of the battle for Aleppo with Philip Gordon of the Council on Foreign Relations and Clarissa Ward, foreign correspondent for CNN. We conclude with Reid Hoffman, the co-founder of LinkedIn.

  • A discussion about the crisis in Aleppo with former CIA director David Petraeus.We conclude with an appreciation of Shimon Peres, who died today.

  • Ed Luce of the Financial Times and presidential historian Jon Meacham. Bob Costa, national political reporter for the Washington Post, and Jerry Seib, Wall Street Journal WashingWe conclude with an appreciation of Edward Albee who died earlier this month.

  • Guest host Jake Tapper interviews Tony Blinken, U.S. Deputy Secretary of State. Next, Charles Flanagan, Foreign Minister of Ireland. We conclude with Evan Osnos of the New Yorker discussing his article "œWhat would President Trump do?"

  • An hour with Bono, lead singer of the rock band U2.

  • An update on Saturday's bombing in New York City with guest host Jeff Glor of CBS News and Marc Santora of The New York Times. We conclude with Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.

  • Updates on the presidential race with Bob Costa, and later with Nick Confessore. Fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg. We conclude with a look at the film "Snowden" with Oliver Stone, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Shailene Woodley, Zachary Quinto.

  • A conversation with Maureen Dowd, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times. Ken Burns and Artemis Joukowsky, here to introduce their new documentary, "Defying the Nazis."

  • Political update with guest host Andrew Ross Sorkin; Brian Stelter; and Ben Shapiro. Ray Kelly on his book "œVigilance: My Life Serving America and Protecting Its Empire City." Steve Schwarzman, CEO of Blackstone and founder of the Schwarzman Scholarship.

  • Part two of Charlie's conversation with former president Bill Clinton. Stan Wawrinka, 2016 U.S. Open champion. Senators Tim Scott and Cory Booker at the Smithsonian"™s National Museum of African American History and Culture.

  • An hour with former President Bill Clinton.

  • A discussion about North Korea's fifth underground nuclear test with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. Chris Hill, former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq. We conclude with Captain Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger.

  • Lewis Hamilton, a British Formula One World Champion, for the hour.

  • A look back at conversations about William Shakespeare on the 400th anniversary of his death.

  • A compilation of Charlie's recent interviews with documentarians.

  • Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative. We conclude with actor Michael Kenneth Williams on his latest role in HBO"™s "The Night Of."

  • An hour with comedian Amy Schumer. Her debut book is called “The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo.”

  • Changes in the Donald Trump campaign staff with Bob Costa and Michael Barbaro. "Don't Think Twice" with writer-director and star Mike Birbiglia, producer Ira Glass, and actor Keegan-Michael Key. Al Hunt interviewing Mike Tackett of The New York Times.

  • An hour with Mike Morell, former acting and deputy director of the CIA. He recently wrote an op-ed in the New York Times arguing that Donald Trump poses a threat to our national security.

  • A political update with Al Hunt of Bloomberg View and later Katy Tur of NBC News. Larry Wilmore discusses Comedy Central's cancellation of “The Nightly Show.” Daniel Radcliffe on his role in a new film called “Imperium.”

  • A political update with Hugh Hewitt and Dan Balz. We conclude with Natalie Portman, who is making her directorial debut in “A Tale of Love and Darkness.”

  • Scott Anderson, novelist and war correspondent, discusses his most recent piece, “Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart.” We conclude with Jeremy Bailenson, founding director of Stanford’ Virtual Human Interaction Lab.

  • An update on the last month's cyber-attack on the Democratic National Committee with Adam Segal, Raj De, Michael Riley, and David Sanger. Steven Brill discussing his article in The Atlantic, "Are We Any Safer?"

  • Anupdate on the presidential election with Karen Tumulty and Mark Halperin. The crisis in Aleppo with Clarissa Ward, foreign correspondent for CNN. "Florence Foster Jenkins" with director Stephen Frears and actors Meryl Streep, Hugh Grant and Simon Helber

  • A discussion about the presidential election with David Brooks, op-ed columnist for the New York Times. We conclude with 10-time Grammy winner Bonnie Raitt.

  • A discussion about Donald Trump's economic policy speech. Charlie is joined by Jim Tankersley of The Washington Post. We conclude with Mike Morell, former deputy director of the CIA.

  • The fight against the Zika virus with Dr. Anthony Fauci. A political update with Mark Halperin. Javier Muñoz discusses replacing Lin-Manuel Miranda in musical "Hamilton." "War Dogs" with director Todd Phillips and actor Jonah Hill.

  • Bill Bratton, outgoing New York city police commissioner. We conclude with discussions about Donald Trump with Al Hunt of Bloomberg News and Robert Costa of The Washington Post.

  • An hour with John Dickerson, moderator of Face the Nation, political director of CBS News, and a columnist for Slate magazine. His new book is called “Whistlestop: My Favorite Stories from Presidential Campaign History.”

  • Update on politics and foreign policy with David Sanger of The New York Times. Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations. Jimmy Walker, professional golfer and 2016 PGA champion.

  • Katy Tur of NBC News; Megan Murphy, ashington bureau chief for Bloomberg; Jonathan Karl; chief White House correspondent for ABC News; and John Heilemann, managing editor at Bloomberg Politics. Andrew Solomon, author of “Far and Away."

  • Eric Holder, former United States Attorney General; Marc Lasry, co-founder and C.E.O. of Avenue Capital Group; and political commentator James Carville.

  • Robby Mook, campaign manager for Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign; Amy Chozick of the New York Times; EJ Dionne of the Washington Post; Matthew Dowd of ABC News and Steve McMahon, political strategist and media consultant.

  • Steve Mnuchin, national finance chair for the campaign of Donald Trump. Tom Barrack, real-estate investor and longtime friend of Donald Trump.

  • Megan Murphy, Washington bureau chief for Bloomberg; Ron Fournier, political columnist at the National Journal and the Atlantic; and Jerry Seib, Washington bureau chief at the Wall Street Journal. We conclude with Republican strategist Roger Stone.

  • Bob Costa, national political reporter for The Washington Post, and columnist Kimberley Strassel of The Wall Street Journal.

  • An hour with Hillary Clinton.

  • An update on the truck attack in Nice with Alexander Marquardt and Mark Urban. Jon Meacham discusses his Time Magazine cover story about Donald Trump. Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., author of “Framed."

  • President Obama’s speech in Dallas with Alan Blinder and Peter Baker. A discussion of policing with Bill Bratton, New York City Police Commissioner. We conclude with author Calvin Trillin.

  • the aftermath of the shootings last Thursday night in Dallas with Manny Fernandez and Charles Blow. British politics with John Micklethwait. We conclude with a look at the Juno spacecraft.

  • Congressional hearings on Hillary Clinton's emails. The fatal shootings of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, and five police officers in Dallas.

  • Al Hunt interviews Senator Bernie Sanders. 2016 Summer Olympics with guest host Jeff Glor; Richard Deitsch and Jules Boykoff. Rich Cohen, whose new book is called "The Sun & The Moon & The Rolling Stones."

  • FBI's recommendation on Hillary Clinton with Ari Melber & Eric Lichtblau. Update on the U.S. presidential election with Bob Costa, Anne Gearan and Colleen McCain. Artificial intelligence with Lucy Suchman, Nathaniel Popper and Zeynep Tufekci.

  • Guest host Hari Sreenivasan discusses the FBI's recommendation on Hillary Clinton with Glenn Thrush. Sharing economy with Arun Sundararajan, Brad Hargreaves, and Rana Foroohar. Facebook's impact on journalism with John Herrman, Jay Rosen and Melissa Bell.

  • Tom Friedman discusses the 2016 presidential election, the British vote to leave the European Union, and the moral implications of emerging technologies. We conclude with Kara Medoff Barnett, the executive director of American Ballet Theatre.

  • Coverage of Britain's vote to exit the European Union with Zanny Minton Beddoes, Gerard Baker, and Tina Brown. Update on the U.S. election with Catherine Rampell, Megan Murphy, and Bob Costa.

  • Coverage of Britain's vote to exit the European Union with John Cassidy, David Sanger, Greg Ip, and Lionel Barber.

  • Coverage of Britain's vote to exit the European Union with John Cassidy, David Sanger, Greg Ip, and Lionel Barber. The Supreme Court's ruling on abortion access in Texas with Adam Liptak. Performance and interview with Tegan and Sara.

  • A discussion about Hillary Clinton's criticism of Donald Trump's economic policies with Gillian Tett, Susan Glasser and and Jenna Johnson. Senate's vote on gun safety measures with Carl Hulse and Evan Osnos. Aluf Benn, editor-in-chief of Haaretz.

  • An hour with Vice President Joe Biden.

  • A discussion about U.S. diplomats calling for strikes against Assad in Syria with Richard Haas and Nicholas Burns. An update on the 'Brexit' with John Micklethwait. Cass Sunstein, whose latest book is called "The World According to Star Wars."

  • Joshua Cooper Ramo discusses his new book, “The Seventh Sense: Power, Fortune, and Survival in the Age of Networks.” Dag Kittlaus, the co-founder of Siri, which was bought by Apple, and the current C.E.O. and co-founder of Viv.

  • Tim Murphy, former deputy director of the FBI. A political update with John Heilemann, managing editor at Bloomberg Politics and the co-host of With All Due Respect. Anja Manuel discusses her new book, "The Brave New World."

  • Ben Rhodes, Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications for the President. Brooke Baldwin of CNN and Mary Ellen O’Toole of George Mason University. "Shuffle Along" with George C. Wolfe and choreographer Savion Glover.

  • Ray Kelly, former NYPD commissioner; Frank Bruni of The New York Times; Matt Olsen, former director of the National Counterterrorism Center; Eric Lichtblau of The New York Times.

  • We look at the documentary "De Palma" with Brian De Palma and directors Noah Baumbach and Jake Paltrow. We conclude with chef and Le Bernardin co-owner Eric Ripert.

  • Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet. We conclude with Larry Kellerman and Peter Corsell, founders and managing partners of Twenty First Century Utilities.

  • A campaign update with guest host Al Hunt and political strategists Anita Dunn & Vin Weber. Norman Ornstein, co-author of "It's Even Worse Than It Looks." A look at the documentary "OJ: Made in America."

  • Mariela Castro Espin, director of the Cuban National center for Sex Education in Havana and a gay rights activist. Adam Neumann, co-founder and C.E.O. of WeWork. The company provides shared office space to entrepreneurs and independent workers.

  • An appreciation of Muhammad Ali with Bob Costas of NBC Sports; David Remnick of The New Yorker; Robert Lipsyte, author of "Free to Be Muhammad Ali”; Ellis Cose, author and the writer-in-residence at the ACLU and Reverend Jesse Jackson.

  • An update on the campaign with Jeff Goldberg of the Atlantic Magazine. We conclude with political pollsters Peter Hart and Whit Ayres, interviewed by Al Hunt of Bloomberg News.

  • Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, the managing editors of Bloomberg Politics. David Petraeus on the battle for Fallujah. Mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards, who recently attempted climbing Mount Everest.

  • An hour with Mitch McConnell, U.S. Senate majority leader and author of ?The Long Game.?

  • An update on the campaign with Frank Luntz, Gerald Seib, and Jonathan Martin. Samantha Bee, host of "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" on TBS.

  • A continued look at President Obama's trip to Asia with guest host Al Hunt of Bloomberg News. Andrew McAfee, author of "The Second Machine Age." the latest news on the Zika virus with Anthony Fauci.

  • Amy Chozick of The New York Times and Steven Lee Myers of The New York Times. Mike Allen on the week in politics. discussion about President Obama’s trip to Asia with David Sanger.

  • The State Department's report on Hillary Clinton's email practices with Anne Gearan, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. Julian Barnes on his new novel, "The Noise of Time." We conclude with actor Jessica Lange.

  • A discussion about the fight against ISIS with David Ignatius. An update on the election with Bob Costa of The Washington Post. "A Streetcar Named Desire." Charlie is joined by actors Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster, and Vanessa Kirby.

  • A discussion of President Obama's trip to Asia with Tom Donilon, who was national security adviser for the president from 2010 to 2013. We conclude with actress Penélope Cruz, currently starring in Julio Medem's "Ma Ma."

  • An appreciation of Morley Safer, correspondent for CBS News and “60 Minutes,” who died on Thursday at his home in Manhattan. Charlie is joined by Jeff Fager, executive producer of “60 Minutes.”

  • An update on EgyptAir flight 804 with Deborah Hersman and Michael Hanna. A political update from John Dickerson host of “Face the Nation.” Bryan Cranston on his role as Lyndon B. Johnson in a new HBO adaptation of Robert Schenkkan’s play "All the Way."

  • Anthony Mackie discusses his role as Martin Luther King, Jr. opposite Bryan Cranston in the new HBO film “All The Way.” Julie Chen, host of “The Talk” on CBS. Al Hunt interviews Angus King, junior United States senator from the state of Maine.

  • Josh Sapan, president and C.E.O. of AMC Networks, discusses the documentary series “Take 5.” John Watson, chairman and C.E.O. of Chevron. Lucy Kalanithi, widow of Paul Kalanithi, a rising neurosurgeon at Stanford who died of lung cancer.

  • An hour with Tom Brokaw, who was the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News for more than twenty years.

  • Richard Engel reports on his investigation of Americans joining up with ISIS. Simon de Pury discusses his book, ?The Auctioneer." Museum of Modern Art's "Edgar Degas: A Strange New Beauty" exhibit with curator Jodi Hauptman.

  • Mark Ronson; Michael Eric Dyson

  • Susana Malcorra, Argentina's minister of foreign affairs. A look at virtual reality technology with editor Jake Silverstein, reporter Nellie Bowles, Oculus studio head Jason Rubin, Wevr C.E.O. Neville Spiteri, and Vrse C.E.O. Chris Milk.

  • A discussion with President Obama's speechwriters. Charlie is joined by Jon Favreau, Jon Lovett and David Litt. Actors Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams, they discuss the revival of David Harrower’s acclaimed 2005 play, "Blackbird."

  • Brett McGurk, special presidential envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL. We conclude with Maggie Haberman, political correspondent for The New York Times.

  • Rapper and actor Daveed Diggs, who was nominated for a Tony for his role in "Hamilton."

  • Analysis of last night’s Indiana primary with Mark Halperin. Marc Maron, comedian and host of the popular podcast “WTF with Marc Maron.” Sara Blakely, the founder of Spanx.

  • Soccer update with John Micklethwait, Tommy Smyth and Roger Bennett. "The Humans" with Stephen Karam, Joe Mantello, and two of its stars: Reed Birney and Jayne Houdyshell. Jim Steyer, founder and C.E.O. of Common Sense Media.

  • Lin Manuel-Miranda and Tommy Kail at the Richard Rogers Theatre. We talk about the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton." We conclude with a rebroadcast of actor Jonathan Groff. He play's King George in "Hamilton."

  • A discussion about Vice President Joe Biden's trip to Iraq. Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times on President Obama's economic legacy. Ben Harper, his new album is called, “Call It What It Is."

  • Al Hunt of Bloomberg View interviews Loretta Lynch, attorney general of the United States. Phil Knight, whose new memoir tells the story of his early days building Nike into one of the most recognizable brands in popular culture.

  • A discussion of the day's political news with Bob Woodward of The Washington Post and Michael Barbaro of The New York Times. We conclude with historian William Leuchtenburg, who has just published "The American President."

  • A conversation with President Barack Obama on foreign policy. We conclude with artist Taryn Simon, whose most recent exhibit is called “Paperwork and the Will of Capital.”

  • An hour with comedian Louis C.K..

  • A conversation about foreign affairs with David Cohen, deputy director of the CIA. Hassan Sheik Mohamud, the president of Somalia. Radhika Jones, deputy editor of TIME, which just released its annual list of the world's 100 most influential people.

  • An appreciation of Prince with Jeff Glor, Gail Mitchell and Sasha Frere-Jones. A discussion about President Obama's trip to Saudi Arabia with Ian Bremmer, Gideon Rose, John Micklethwait, Bret Stephens, and Jane Harman.

  • New York Primary; 'A Bigger Splash'

  • A full hour with President Barack Obama.

  • A political update with guest host John Heilemann; Dan Senor; Mitt Romney; Matt Dowd. "The Meddler." Stars Susan Sarandon and Rose Byrne and director Lorene Scafaria discuss the film with guest host Melena Ryzik.

  • Major Garrett, chief White House correspondent for CBS News. Karen Elliott House, former publisher of The Wall Street Journal and author of "On Saudi Arabia." Rafael Correa, president of Ecuador.

  • A preview of Tuesday's primaries with guest host David Axelrod; Alex Wagner of MSNBC; Glenn Thrush of Politico; and Alex Burns of the New York Times. Lesley Stahl, 60 Minutes correspondent and author of "Becoming Grandma."

  • Guest host Jeff Glor of CBS News interviews Hugh Laurie about his role in the adaptation of John le Carré's 1993 novel, "The Night Manager." We conclude with Jacob Weisberg, editor in chief of Slate, here to introduce his biography of Ronald Reagan.

  • A conversation with Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, and Liesl Tommy, the stars and director of "Eclipsed," a play about the Second Liberian Civil War. We conclude with Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator of "Hamilton."

  • Thomas Campbell, director and C.E.O. of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. We conclude with Bob Wright, former president and C.E.O. of NBC, on his book, "The Wright Stuff -From NBC to Autism Speaks."

  • A conversation with Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. Adam Schiff, congressman from California and the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee.

  • Continuing coverage of the election with Jeanne Cummings, Mike Barnicle, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, hosts of Bloomberg's With All Due Respect. Chris Cox, the chief product officer of Facebook.

  • John Kerry, U.S. secretary of state. We conclude with Tina Brown, C.E.O. of Tina Brown Live Media and creator of the Women in the World summit.

  • Reporter Robert Costa on interviewing Donald Trump. Dan Doctoroff, founder of Sidewalk Labs. rianna Huffington, co-founder and president of Huffington Post and author of "The Sleep Revolution."

  • Coverage of the election with Chris Mathews; Matt Dowd; Matt Flegenheimer; and Kellyanne Conway. Helen Mirren discusses her role in the film, "Eye in the Sky." We conclude with professional golfer Jordan Spieth.

  • The cast of "Hamilton," including Leslie Odom, Jr., Renee Elise Goldsberry, Daveed Digs, Christopher Jackson, and Phillipa Soo. Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations, who has just written "The Envoy."

  • An hour with Jack Lew, United States Secretary of the Treasury.

  • David Brooks of The New York Times discusses the 2016 presidential campaign.

  • A conversation with novelist David Payne, who has just written a memoir, "Barefoot to Avalon." Actor Don Cheadle, who stars as Miles Davis in "Miles Ahead."

  • Continuing coverage of the Brussels attacks with Ian Bremmer. Tom Hiddleston and director Marc Abraham discuss "I Saw the Light." Nicole Hurd, C.E.O. and founder of the College Advising Corps.

  • The Brussels attacks with Alissa Rubin, Paris bureau chief for The New York Times. Hispanic voters and the 2016 election with Sol Trujillo, Aida Alvarez, and Henry Cisneros. Jacob Bernstein, the director of "Everything Is Copy."

  • An update on today's attacks in Brussels with John Miller, Mike Morell, Peter Spiegel, Richard Haass, Rukmini Callimachi, and Nicholas Burns.

  • A conversation with Lin-Manuel Miranda, the creator and star of "Hamilton."

  • Charlie's visit to Cuba with Diplo, who played an enormous outdoor concert in Havana. We conclude with Kamai Washington, the saxophonist and jazz musician behind "The Epic." Washington and The Next Step also perform in studio.

  • Continued discussion about Apple's battle with the FBI. John Feinstein, author of "The Legends Club." A. O. Scott, New York Times chief film critic and author of "Better Living Through Criticism."

  • Coverage of the political campaign with Al Hunt, Susan Glasser, Nick Confessore, and Jon Meacham. President Obama's nomination of Merrick Garland with Jan Crawford, Adam Liptak and Jay Michaelson. Alec Ross on encryption, the iPhone, and the FBI.

  • Ron Chernow, the author of a best-selling biography on Alexander Hamilton and historical adviser to the hit Broadway play "Hamilton."

  • Jeffrey Goldberg discusses conversations he had with President Obama on foreign policy. Syria with Julianne Smith of the Center for a New American Security, Philip Gordon of the Council on Foreign Relations, and Steven Lee Myers of The New York Times.

  • An hour with Admiral Mike Rogers, director of the National Security Agency.

  • An hour with Marissa Mayer, C.E.O. and president of Yahoo.

  • Ursula von der Leyen, Germany's minister of defense. We conclude with an excerpt of Charlie's conversation with Jony Ive, chief design officer of Apple.

  • An appreciation of former first lady Nancy Reagan who died on Sunday with Nancy Gibbs and Mike Duffy. Jony Ive, chief design officer of Apple. Mimi Sheraton, author of "1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die."

  • Travis Kalanick, co-founder and C.E.O. of Uber Technologies. Next, Brian Chesky, co-founder and C.E.O. of Airbnb. We conclude with an excerpt of Charlie's earlier conversation with Tim Cook, C.E.O. of Apple.

  • "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot" with actor Tina Fey, screenwriter Robert Carlock, and producer Lorne Michaels. Joe Nocera, author of "Indentured: The Inside Story of the Rebellion Against the NCAA." Tim Cook, C.E.O. of Apple.

  • Super Tuesday results with Reverend Al Sharpton of the National Action Network, Republican strategist Dan Senor, and Maggie Haberman of The New York Times. A rebroadcast of Charlie's conversation with Tim Cook, C.E.O. of Apple.

  • "The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth" with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics and "With All Due Respect" and political strategist Mark McKinnon. Tim Cook, C.E.O. at Apple.

  • Apple encryption debate with Max Levchin. Oscar preview with Dana Stevens; David Edelstein; Melena Ryzik and Christopher John Farley. We conclude with a look at the Best Picture-nominees who came to the table.

  • The United Kingdom's future in the European Union with John Micklethwait. Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Governor Terry McAuliffe of Virginia, hosted by Al Hunt. Roger Angell, a regular contributor to The New Yorker.

  • Kevin Spacey, two-time Oscar-winning actor and the star of the groundbreaking Netflix series "House of Cards." Maria Konnikova, author of "The Confidence Game."

  • Apple's refusal to disable the security features on the iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooters with Apple's attorney Ted Olson.

  • Bill Gates, co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, discusses his work to fight climate change.

  • Cyrus Vance Jr. & John Miller on Apple encryption. South Carolina primary and Nevada Caucuses with Mike Allen and Jonathan Karl. Marley Dias, who started a book drive to gather 1,000 books in which black girls are the protagonists.

  • John Dickerson, political director of CBS News and host of "Face the Nation." Jennifer Jason Leigh discusses her Oscar-nominated role in Quentin Tarantino's "The Hateful Eight." Richard Engel, author of "And Then All Hell Broke Loose."

  • An hour with Antony Blinken, Deputy Secretary of State.

  • An hour with Ash Carter, United States Secretary of Defense.

  • We remember Justice Antonin Scalia, who died on Saturday.

  • Staffan de Mistura, U.N. special envoy for Syria. A discussion about the discovery of gravitational waves with Walter Isaacson, Brian Greene, Janna Levin and Dennis Overbye. Von Miller, linebacker for the Denver Broncos and M.V.P. of Super Bowl 50.

  • Alan Gilbert, music director of the New York Philharmonic, discusses his final season as music director and the Philharmonic's 175th anniversary.

  • Maggie Haberman of the New York Times, Annie Karni of Politico, and Nate Silver, founder of the Five-Thirty-Eight blog. Richard Eyre discusses his latest challenge: directing the opera "Manon Lescaut" for the Met.

  • Ed Luce of the Financial Times; Megan Murphy of Bloomberg Business; Rebecca Traister of New York Magazine; and Dan Senor, author and political adviser. "Zoolander 2" with director and star Ben Stiller; writer and actor Justin Theroux; and writer Nicholas.

  • Radio host Hugh Hewitt; Robert Costa of the Washington Post; Stuart Stevens, columnist for the Daily Beast; Patrick Healy of the New York Times and Jonathan Alter of MSNBC. Peter Bergen, author of "The United States of Jihad."

  • Analysis of last night's Democratic debate with Glenn Thrush, Mark Halperin, John Heilemann, Gerald Seib and John Cassidy. A preview of Super Bowl 50 with Jim Nantz. ISIS in Libya with Jean-Marie Guéhenno, Frederic Wehrey and Alan Kuperman.

  • Danny Bowien, chef and co-founder of Mission Chinese Food and Mission Cantina. Al Hunt joins us from New Hampshire with Tim Roth, Kathy Sullivan and Joe McQuaid. "Touched With Fire" with Paul Dalio, Luke Kirby, and Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison.

  • President Obama's speech at the Islamic Society of Baltimore with Shadi Hamid, Tom Gjelten and Farhana Khera. Superbowl ads with Jeanine Poggi, Stuart Elliott and Jason Deland.

  • Analysis of yesterday's Iowa caucuses with Matthew Dowd; Frank Bruni; David Axelrod; and Susan Glasser. Michael Milken, one of the biggest medical philanthropists in the country. Matthew Heineman, the director of the documentary "Cartel Land."

  • Al Hunt of Bloomberg News; Judy Woodruff of PBS Newshour; Katty Kay, anchor for BBC World News America; Robert Draper, writer for the New York Times Magazine; and Dan Senor, former adviser to Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.

  • Analysis of last night's G.O.P. debate. with Matthew Dowd; Carol Lee; and, from Iowa, Al Hunt and Dan Balz. Scott Malcomson, fellow at the Carnegie Corporation and author of "Splinternet." Mike Allen, chief White House correspondent for POLITICO.

  • A preview of Super Bowl 50 with Bill Cowher, studio analyst for the "The NFL Today."

  • Conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt about Donald Trump and tomorrow's GOP debate. Gabriel Sherman, national affairs editor at New York Magazine, and Megan Murphy of Bloomberg News. Al Hunt in Iowa with Michael Gartner, Doug Gross and Ann Selzer.

  • Glenn Thrush; Donald Rumsfeld; Chelsea Handler

  • Mohamed El-Erian, chief economic adviser at Allianz and author of "The Only Game in Town." China and the global economy with Tung Chee-Hwa, former Chief Executive and President of the Executive Council of Hong Kong.

  • NFL Conference championships with Peter King of Sports Illustrated. Mark Strong discusses his role in "A View From the Bridge." We conclude with the Broadway play "King Charles III."

  • A political update from New Hampshire with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. David Martin, national security correspondent for CBS News. Robert Gates on his latest book, "A Passion for Leadership."

  • Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, chief investment officer at Goldman Sachs. Political update with John Dickerson. "Making a Murderer," Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos. An appreciation of actor Alan Rickman, who died last week.

  • Sean Penn, Pt. 2; Lauren Groff

  • A conversation with Sean Penn about his interview with Joaquín 'El Chapo' Guzm'án.

  • Ambassador Michael Froman, the U.S. Trade Representative. Update on the 2016 campaign for the White House with Dan Balz. A discussion about the decline in global markets with Scarlet Fu, Barry Ritholtz and Zack Karabell.

  • An hour with Rem Koolhaas, the architect behind the CCTV building in China and Casa da Musica in Portugal.

  • The race for the Democratic nomination with Glenn Thrush of Politico; Peter Nicholas of the Wall Street Journal; and Amy Chozick of the New York Times. We conclude with musician Steve Miller.

  • Live analysis of President Obama's final State of the Union address .

  • A preview of tomorrow's State of the Union address with guest host Matthew Dowd; Al Hunt; Frank Luntz; and Tavis Smiley. Dr. David Agus, author of "The Lucky Years." An appreciation of David Bowie, who died on Sunday after battling cancer for 18 months.

  • a discussion about national security with Mike Morell, former deputy director of the CIA and current national security correspondent for CBS News. Sectarian tensions in the Middle East with David Ignatius of The Washington Post

  • A discussion about turmoil in Chinese financial markets with Gillian Tett and Henry McVey. "The Revenant," a new film based on the novel by Michael Punke.

  • Samuel L. Jackson is here to discuss "The Hateful Eight," directed by Quentin Tarantino.

  • A discussion about deteriorating relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran with Vali Nasr, Wendy Sherman, David Sanger and Philip Gordon. Todd Haynes, director of the film "Carol," an adaptation of the novel by Patricia Highsmith.

  • Ian Bremmer, president and founder of Eurasia Group, discusses their annual "˜top risks' report, detailing the biggest risks to global security in 2016. We end with a discussion of "Son of Saul," a critically-acclaimed holocaust drama from Hungary.

  • Remembering Those Who Passed in 2015

  • Sebastian Thrun, a former leader at Google X and current CEO of Udacity, a platform for online education.

  • Director Peter Landesman and actors Will Smith and Gugu Mbatha-Raw discuss their latest film, "Concussion."

  • An hour with director George Lucas at the Skywalker Ranch.

  • Director Peter Landesman and actors Will Smith and Gugu Mbatha-Raw discuss their latest film, "Concussion." We conclude with Tom Hooper, the director of "The King's Speech" and, most recently, "The Danish Girl."

  • David Gregory reflects on the spiritual journey he undertook to write his latest book: "How's Your Faith?" Marlon James, author of "A Brief History of Seven Killings."

  • Bruce Riedel, director of the Intelligence Project at the Brookings Institution and author of "JFK's Forgotten Crisis: Tibet, the CIA, and the Sino-Indian War."

  • Mandy Patinkin, who plays Saul Berenson in the hit Showtime series "Homeland," reflects passionately on the refugee crisis.

  • A look at the film "Joy." Charlie is joined by the film's writer and director, David O. Russell, as well as actors Robert De Niro, Bradley Cooper and Edgar Ramirez.

  • Jennifer Lawrence

  • Jeffrey Tambor; Spike Lee

  • Actor Ian McKellen discusses his new film, "Mr. Holmes." We conclude with actor Jonathan Groff, who plays King George III in "Hamilton."

  • A panel discussion with four senior international correspondents for CNN: Clarissa Ward, Nick Paton Walsh, Arwa Damon and Ivan Watson.

  • Steve Carell and director Adam McKay on their latest, "The Big Short," a film about the experts who foresaw the financial crisis of 2007-8, adapted from the Michael Lewis book of the same name.

  • Esme Deprez of Bloomberg News. Ed Rollins and Dan Senor on Trump. Nancy Gibbs, managing editor of Time.

  • Mark Halperin, John Heilemann, Nancy Morawetz, Michael Crowley, Bob Costa and Evan Osnos.

  • George Osborne, Britain's chancellor of the exchequer. A look at the Whitney museum's "Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist" exhibit with curator Richard Powell.

  • Esme Deprez reports on the mass shooting in San Bernardino. "Very Semi-Serious" with director Leah Wolchok, Bob Mankoff, David Remnick, and Emily Flake. Gloria Steinem discusses her book.

  • Update on the mass shooting in San Bernardino, California with Esmé Deprez of Bloomberg News. Continued look at the threat posed by ISIS with Mike Morrell, former deputy director of the CIA.

  • Brian Moynihan; Charlie Savage

  • A full hour on ISIS, Syria, climate change, and domestic infrastructure with Hillary Clinton, presidential candidate and former secretary of state.

  • Eric Kandel, Walter Koroshetz, Susan Margulies, Thomas McCallister, Dawn Comstock and Tori Belluci, former All-Met soccer player at Huntingtown High School in Maryland.

  • Analysis of the Paris terror attack. David Remnick, editor-in-chief of The New Yorker. Comedian and actor Billy Eichner, here to talk about his new show, "Billy on the Street."

  • Roger Cohen of The New York Times; Matt Olsen, former director of the National Counterterrorism Center; author Bernard-Henri Lévy; and Michael Weiss, senior editor at The Daily Beast and co-author of "ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror."

  • Continued coverage of the battle to liberate Sinjar from ISIS with Dexter Filkins of the New Yorker. Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum. "Shelter" with Paul Bettany, Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Mackie.

  • The latest on the fighting to drive ISIS out of the Iraqi cityof Sinjar. Charlie D'Agata of CBS News reports via phone from Iraq. Major Garrett of CBS News about the 2016 election. We conclude with architect Frank Gehry and critic Paul Goldberger.

  • An hour with Gisele Bündchen, the highest paid supermodel in the world.

  • Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and executive editor at Random House. His latest book is "Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush." Hannah Rothschild and her debut novel, "The Improbability of Love."

  • An hour with Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times.

  • Bryan Cranston on his portrayal of the famed screenwriter Dalton Trumbo in the film "Trumbo." Sarah Silverman discusses her first major dramatic role in "I Smile Back." Nina Tassler, chairman of CBS Entertainment.

  • We look at "Spectre," the 24th film in the James Bond series. Charlie is joined by Daniel Craig and director Sam Mendes.

  • Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health. Jay Fishman, chairman and CEO of Travelers and Dr. Jeffrey Rothstein, executive director of Answer ALS.

  • Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission. We conclude with Meg Whitman, C.E.O. of Hewlett Packard.

  • A look at the film "Spotlight" with Tom McCarthy, Michael Keaton, Mark Ruffalo, Walter Robinson, Sacha Pfeiffer and Michael Rezendes. Larry Wilmore, host of "The Nightly Show" on Comedy Central.

  • Sandra Bullock and Zoe Kazan discuss their new film, "Our Brand Is Crisis." We conclude with a look at "Room," featuring actors Brie Larson and Joan Allen, director Lenny Abrahamson, and writer Emma Donoghue.

  • An hour with Bill McRaven, former U.S. Navy admiral and chancellor of the University of Texas system.

  • Ted Koppel discusses his new book, "Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath." Steve Martin and Edie Brickell introducing their new album, "So Familiar."

  • Urban Meyer, head coach of the national champion Ohio State Buckeyes football team. David Holbrooke, whose new documentary "The Diplomat" looks at the remarkable life of his father, the late U.S. diplomat Richard Holbrooke.

  • An hour with Senator Bernie Sanders, discussing his campaign for the Democratic nomination for president of the United States.

  • A discussion about the campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria with David Martin of CBS News. A conversation about the House committee hearing on the 2012 Benghazi attacks with Congressman Adam Schiff of California. Herb Alpert on "Come Fly With Me."

  • Hillary Clinton's appearance before the House Select Committee on Benghazi, with John Dickerson and Mike Allen. John Grisham on his book "Rogue Lawyer." Laszlo Bock, Google's SVP of People Operations.

  • Ray Lewis, retired NFL linebacker, introduces his book "I Feel Like Going On." We conclude with a look at the film "Crimson Peak" with actors Mia Wasikowska, Jessica Chastain and Tom Hiddleston.

  • Senator John McCain of Arizona. The future of journalism with Chris Callahan, CEO of Arizona PBS, Eric Newton of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University, and Steve Capus, executive producer of CBS Evening News.

  • Alice Waters on her new cookbook, "My Pantry." She is joined by her daughter and illustrator, Fanny Singer, and longtime friend and fellow food lover, Calvin Trillin. Kayvon Beykpour, C.E.O. of Periscope. Peter Sarsgaard on his film, "Experimenter."

  • An update on tensions in Jerusalem with Khaled Elgindy, fellow at the Brookings Institute and Chemi Shalev, U.S. editor of Haaretz. A look at the Picasso Sculpture exhibit at the Museum of Modern Art. Cary Fukunaga, director of "Beasts of No Nation."

  • analysis of the first Democratic presidential debate with guest host Al Hunt, Maggie Haberman of The New York Times and Roger Altman, former deputy secretary of the treasury. Niall Ferguson, whose latest book is called "Kissinger: The Idealist."

  • Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj, president of Mongolia. Next, Juliette Binoche discusses her latest film, "The 33." It depicts the 2010 Chilean mining disaster. We conclude with Yonit Levi, anchor of Israel's Channel 2 Evening News program.

  • Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, chief executive officer of Afghanistan. Next, Margrethe Vestager, European commissioner for competition. We conclude with Dr. Peter Whybrow, director of the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at UCLA.

  • An update on Syria with Philip Gordon, senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. A conversation with Dr. Ben Carson, Republican presidential candidate and author of "A More Perfect Union."

  • John Dickerson, host of Face the Nation, discusses Kevin McCarthy's withdrawal from the running for speaker of the House. A look at the film "Steve Jobs" with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin and director Danny Boyle.

  • Megyn Kelly, anchor of the The Kelly File, discusses the two-year anniversary of the show and moderating the first Republican debate. Robert Costa, national political reporter at The Washington Post, on his recent interview with Donald Trump.

  • Ben Bernanke, former chairman of the Federal Reserve and author of "The Courage to Act." An update on the Trans-Pacific Partnership with Greg Ip of The Wall Street Journal, Juayang Fan of The New Yorker, and Patrick Foulis of the Economist.

  • A discussion about the Supreme Court's new term with Jeffrey Toobin of CNN and The New Yorker and Adam Liptak of the New York Times. We conclude with Claire Danes on her career and the upcoming season of "Homeland."

  • Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel, talks about Iran, Russia and more. We conclude with an interview and performance by musician Ed Sheeran. His new album is called "X".

  • We look at the latest developments in Syria with Mike Morell, former deputy director of the CIA. We conclude with additional discussion about Syria with Laurent Fabius, foreign minister of France.

  • An hour with Lisa Monaco, President Obama's chief advisor for homeland security and counterterrorism.

  • Part two of Charlie's full interview with Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia. A discussion about meeting of President Obama and President Putin at the United Nations General Assembly.

  • Part one of Charlie's full interview with Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia.

  • A look back at highlights of the third season of the Charlie Rose Brain Series. Excerpts from The Brain and Gender Identity, The Brain and the Biology of Parenting, and Aggression and the Brain.

  • Volkswagen's emissions controversy with guest host Eric Shatzker; Jeffrey Thinnes; Lawrence Ulrich; and Jamie Butters. Carol Burnett reflects on her career. An appreciation of baseball great Yogi Berra.

  • A discussion about Pope Francis' visit to the U.S. with Anthony Figueiredo; Father Matt Malone; Alexander Stille; and Allen Pizzey. Ray Kelly, former NYPD Commissioner and author of "Vigilance."

  • A discussion about Pope Francis' visit to the U.S. with Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia group. Don Henley discusses his newest album, "Cass County."

  • A rebroadcast of Charlie's conversation with Bjarke Ingels, the Danish architect who designed Two World. An encore presentation of the new Whitney Museum of American Art with architect Renzo Piano and the museum's director, Adam Weinberg.

  • A conversation with winners of the Lasker Award: James Allison of the University of Texas, Evelyn Witkin of Rutgers University and Stephen Elledge of Harvard University. Richard Gere, whose latest film is called "Time Out of Mind."

  • Federal Reserve with Gillian Tett, Alan Blinder, Glen Hubbard, and David Leonhardt. analysis of last night's Republican debate with Jim Rutenberg, Glenn Thrush, Rebecca Sinderbrand, Bob Costa and John Heilemann. David Oyelowo, the star of "Captive."

  • Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac with Bethany McLean, author of "Shaky Ground" and Bill Ackman of Pershing Square Capital. We conclude with author Salman Rushdie, whose new novel is called "Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights."

  • An hour with Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer. His new book is called "The Court and The World: American Law and The New Global Realities."

  • Continued coverage of the 2016 presidential race with John Dickerson, Mark Halperin and John Heilemann. Pattie Sellers, assistant managing editor of Fortune. Logan Green and John Zimmer, co-founders of the ridesharing service Lyft.

  • A look at the Syrian refugee crisis with Peter Wittig, Germany's ambassador to the United States. Update on the U.S. Open with tennis coach Nick Bollettieri. An appreciation of neurologist and author Oliver Sacks, who died at the age of 82 in August.

  • The Iran nuclear deal with Jeffrey Goldberg, national correspondent for The Atlantic. We conclude with a discussion about Apple and the launch of their latest products with Josh Tyrangiel, editor of Bloomberg Businessweek.

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