Charlie Rose

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  • 2007
  • 26 Seasons
  • 7.5  (1,045)

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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Episode 85
85. Episode 85
April 28, 2017
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Episode 84
84. Episode 84
April 27, 2017
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Episode 83
83. Episode 83
April 26, 2017
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Episode 82
82. Episode 82
April 25, 2017
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Episode 81
81. Episode 81
April 24, 2017
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Episode 80
80. Episode 80
April 21, 2017
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Episode 43
43. Episode 43
March 10, 2017
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Episode 42
42. Episode 42
March 9, 2017
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Episode 41
41. Episode 41
February 27, 2017
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Episode 40
40. Episode 40
February 24, 2017
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Episode 39
39. Episode 39
February 23, 2017
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Episode 38
38. Episode 38
February 22, 2017
Eva Moskowitz; Jack Spencer
Episode 37
37. Episode 37
February 21, 2017
Lake Street Dive; Henry Blodget, Joe Nocera & Catherine Rampell
Episode 36
36. Episode 36
February 20, 2017
Donald Trump
Episode 35
35. Episode 35
February 17, 2017
Tim Weiner; George Saunders; Kimberly Marten
Episode 34
34. Episode 34
February 16, 2017
Ed O'Keefe; 'Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise'; Gianfranco Rosi
Episode 33
33. Episode 33
February 15, 2017
Trump and Russia; SI Swimsuit Issue; Maggie Siff
Episode 32
32. Episode 32
February 14, 2017
Flynn Resignation; Thomas Friedman; Damien Chazelle
Episode 31
31. Episode 31
February 13, 2017
Politics; 'Crashing'
Episode 30
30. Episode 30
February 10, 2017
Childhood Adversity
Episode 29
29. Episode 29
February 9, 2017
Foreign Policy
Episode 28
28. Episode 28
February 8, 2017
Adam Liptak of The New York Times. Oscar-nominated actor Dev Patel, the star of the new film "Lion." Director Amma Asante, and actors David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike of the film "A United Kingdom."
Episode 27
27. Episode 27
February 7, 2017
Roger Stone, longtime advisor and friend to President Trump. The confirmation of Betsy DeVos as education secretary . Brad Stone discusses his new book “The Upstarts." Nirav Tolia, the co-founder and C.E.O. of Nextdoor.
Episode 26
26. Episode 26
February 6, 2017
Julia Ioffe of The Atlantic and Amy Davidson of The New Yorker. Susan Glasser, editor of POLITICO. Analysis of Super Bowl 51 with Al Michaels of NBC Sports and Bill Cowher of CBS Sports.
Episode 25
25. Episode 25
February 3, 2017
Summary not available
Episode 24
24. Episode 24
February 2, 2017
A look at President Trump's second week in office with Dan Balz of the Washington Post. We conclude with Lisa Monaco, former counter-terrorism adviser to President Obama.
Episode 23
23. Episode 23
February 1, 2017
President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, Judge Neil Gorsuch with Adam Liptak, Jan Crawford, Paul Clement, and David Boies. Ursula Burns, chairman and former C.E.O. of Xerox.
Episode 22
22. Episode 22
January 31, 2017
Philanthropist Eli Broad discusses financing art, science, and education. We continue with a look at the HBO documentary "Becoming Warren Buffett," with director Peter Kunhardt. John Avlon, author of “Washington’s Farewell."
Episode 21
21. Episode 21
January 30, 2017
A discussion about President Trump’s executive order on immigration with Michael Morell, former deputy director of the Central Intelligence Agency. We continue with George Osborne, former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Episode 20
20. Episode 20
January 27, 2017
A full hour with Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway and Bill Gates of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, who co-founded of the philanthropic cause the Giving Pledge in 2010.
Episode 19
19. Episode 19
January 26, 2017
Phil Rucker of the Washington Post and Carlos Pascual, former U.S. ambassador to Mexico. Michael Froman, U.S. trade representative under Barack Obama. Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Episode 18
18. Episode 18
January 25, 2017
Robert Costa of the Washington Post and Julie Hirschfeld David of the New York Times. A discussion about the economy with Byron Wien, Michael Regan and Dennis Berman. An appreciation of Mary Tyler-Moore, who died today.
Episode 17
17. Episode 17
January 24, 2017
Hugh Hewitt, nationally syndicated radio show host and author of “The Fourth Way: The Conservative Playbook For A Lasting GOP Majority.” Bernard-Henri Lévy, whose latest book is called “The Genius of Judaism.”
Episode 16
16. Episode 16
January 23, 2017
Philip Rucker of the Washington Post; Damian Paletta of the Wall Street Journal; Margaret Brennan of CBS News and Jonathan Karl of ABC News. Robert Gates, former secretary of defense. Sharmin Mossavar-Rahmani, CIO at Goldman Sachs.
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
January 20, 2017
Coverage of the presidential inauguration of Donald J. Trump. Charlie is joined by Mark Leibovich of the New York Times Magazine; McKay Coppins of the Atlantic; Al Hunt of Bloomberg View; and Margaret Talev of Bloomberg Politics.
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
January 19, 2017
Jeff Greenfield, PBS special correspondent; Historian Jon Meacham; Kathleen Parker of the Washington Post; and Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic. Vice President-elect Mike Pence. Bill Cowher, analyst for The NFL Today on CBS.
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
January 18, 2017
An hour with Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives.
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
January 17, 2017
An hour with Susan Rice, national security adviser to President Obama.
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
January 16, 2017
President-elect Donald Trump’s plans for healthcare legislation with Bob Costa. "Fences," with the the film's producer and star, Denzel Washington, and Constanza Romero Wilson. Billy Eichner, the creator and star of "Billy on the Street."
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
January 13, 2017
Summary not available
Episode 9
9. Episode 9
January 12, 2017
An hour with Ash Carter, United States secretary of defense.
Episode 8
8. Episode 8
January 11, 2017
Summary not available
Episode 7
7. Episode 7
January 10, 2017
An hour with John Kerry, secretary of state.
Episode 6
6. Episode 6
January 9, 2017
An hour with Denis McDonough, White House Chief of Staff.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
January 6, 2017
A report on today's intelligence briefings and Donald Trump's interview with the New York Times. Russian hacking during the presidential campaign with Representative Adam Schiff. Jeffrey Goldberg, editor of The Atlantic.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
January 5, 2017
Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin on President Barack Obama's legacy. We conclude with actor Naomie Harris, discussing her most recent movies, "Moonlight" and "Collateral Beauty."
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
January 4, 2017
Bob Costa of the Washington Post and Carl Hulse of the New York Times. National security challenges facing the Trump administration with David Sanger. Isabelle Huppert, discussing her most recent movies, "Elle" and "Things to Come."
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
January 3, 2017
A conversation about artificial intelligence with Andrew Moore, dean of the school of computer science at Carnegie Mellon.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
January 2, 2017
We remember some of the notable people we lost this year, with a look back at conversations with Natalie Cole, David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Antonin Scalia, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Gary Shandling, Elie Wiesel, Shimon Peres, Gwen Ifill, and John Glenn.
Description

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

Charlie Rose is a series that is currently running and has 26 seasons (2322 episodes). The series first aired on January 1, 2007.

Where to Watch Charlie Rose

Charlie Rose is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Charlie Rose on demand at Amazon.

  • Premiere Date
    January 1, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    7.5  (1,045)