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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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Charlie Rose Full Episode Guide

  • Eva Moskowitz; Jack Spencer

  • Lake Street Dive; Henry Blodget, Joe Nocera & Catherine Rampell

  • Donald Trump

  • Tim Weiner; George Saunders; Kimberly Marten

  • Ed O'Keefe; 'Maya Angelou: And Still I Rise'; Gianfranco Rosi

  • Trump and Russia; SI Swimsuit Issue; Maggie Siff

  • Flynn Resignation; Thomas Friedman; Damien Chazelle

  • Politics; 'Crashing'

  • Childhood Adversity

  • Foreign Policy

  • 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."

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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."

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.”

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • An hour with Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

  • An hour with Susan Rice, national security adviser to President Obama.

  • 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."

  • An hour with Ash Carter, United States secretary of defense.

  • An hour with John Kerry, secretary of state.

  • An hour with Denis McDonough, White House Chief of Staff.

  • 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.

  • 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."

  • 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."

  • A conversation about artificial intelligence with Andrew Moore, dean of the school of computer science at Carnegie Mellon.

  • Trump's latest response to the Charlottesville attack with Joshua Green. Katrina Adams, chairman and C.E.O. of the U.S. Tennis Association. The stars of "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt": Ellie Kemper, Tituss Burgess, and Carol Kane.

  • Major Garrett, chief White House correspondent at CBS News. Charlottesville with Reverend Al Sharpton and historian Jon Meacham. Mayor Greg Fischer, of Louisville, Kentucky, here to discuss how data and technology is improving his city.

  • John Dickers, host of Face the Nation. Jessica Williams, star of the Netflix film The Incredible Jessica James and co-host of the popular comedy podcast 2 Dope Queens.

  • We spend the full hour with Jake Sullivan. Sullivan served as deputy chief of staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and as national security adviser to Vice President Joe Biden.

  • North Korea with David Ignatius and Jamie Metzl. James Warren, chief media writer for Poynter. Ivor Prickett, a photographer for The New York Times who documented the battle to retake Mosul.

  • The future of the Democratic party. "Good Time," a new film from directors Josh and Benny Safdie, starring Robert Pattinson. Patrick Doyle, senior editor of Rolling Stone, discussing singer Glen Campbell.

  • Kurt Andersen introduces his new book, "Fantasyland: How America Went Haywire." Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor for the Financial Times. We conclude with a look at Full Frontal with Samantha Bee.

  • A look at the film "Detroit" with director Kathryn Bigelow, screenwriter Mark Boal, and two of the stars: John Boyega and Will Poulter. We conclude with the documentary Icarus, which explores Russia's long-running, state-sponsored doping program.

  • Dan Balz of the Washington Post. Greg Miller, national security correspondent for the Washington Post, and political strategist Dan Senor. The breakthrough in gene editing to repair a mutation that causes a dangerous heart condition.

  • We begin with Graham Allison, author of the new book, Destined for War: Can America and China Escape Thucydides' Trap? A look at one of the oldest orphanages in the country, Graham Windham, which was established by the widow of Alexander Hamilton.

  • The removal of Anthony Scaramucci as White House communications director. Charlie is joined by Philip Rucker of the Washington Post, and Jonathan Swan of Axios. Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona introducing his book,Conscience of a Conservative.

  • The sudden departure of Reince Priebus as chief of staff. Political update with John Dickerson, host of Face the Nation. the global economy and the future of capitalism with Jeremy Grantham, chief investment strategist at GMO.

  • A political update with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, authors of Game Change and Double Down." We conclude with an interview and performance from Conor Oberst, his new album is called "Salutations."

  • North Korea's nuclear program with David Sanger of The New York Times. Qatar and the Middle East, with Yousef Al Oitaba, the United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the U.S., and Mike Morell, the former deputy director of the C.I.A.

  • Frank Bruni of The New York Times, Robert Costa of The Washington Post, Susan Page of USA Today, and conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Trump.

  • The six month anniversary of Donald Trump's presidency, with Shannon Pettypiece and Dan Balz. Pete Buttigieg, the Mayor of South Bend, Indiana. He is one of America's youngest mayors and is seen as a rising star in the Democratic Party.

  • Robert Costa of The Washington Post. Senator John McCain's brain cancer diagnosis, joined by Dr. David Agus. The parole of O. J. Simpson, with Rikki Klieman. Judd Apatow, Michael Showalter, and Lucia Aniello.

  • An hour with Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's Minister of Foreign Affairs.

  • Jerry Seib, chief commentator at The Wall Street Journal and David Leonhardt, a columnist for The New York Times. Joshua Green introducing his book, Devil's Bargain: Steve Bannon, Donald Trump, and the Storming of the Presidency.

  • Megan Murphy, the editor in chief of Bloomberg Businessweek, Yoni Appelbaum of The Atlantic, and Mike Allen, the co-founder of AXIOS.Craig Unger of The New Republic discussing his story, "Trump's Russian Laundromat." Trip Adler, the C.E.O. of Scribd.

  • Guest host William Cohan sits down with Charles Blow. Jesse Eisinger, senior reporter at the non-profit news organization ProPublica. His new book is titled, The Chicken Shit Club."

  • The latest developments in Donald trump Jr.'s meeting with Russian attorney Natalia Veselnitskaya. The Broadway adaptation of George Orwell's "1984." Kumail Nanjiani, who stars in the new film,...

  • Jeff Glor is joined by Nick Schiflin, a special correspondent at PBS NewsHour. Update on Qatar with Steven Cook of the Council of Foreign Relations. Walt Mossberg discusses his career as a tech...

  • Jeff Glor is joined by Nick Schiflin, a special correspondent at PBS NewsHour. Update on Qatar with Steven Cook of the Council of Foreign Relations. Walt Mossberg discusses his career as a tech...

  • Guest host Susan Glasser is joined by Peter Baker of The New York Times, Ed Luce of the Financial Times, and Karen DeYoung of The Washington Post. Susan Glasser and Peter Baker discussing Peter's...

  • Jeff Glor is joined by Graham Allison of Harvard's Kennedy School, and Anne Gearan of The Washington Post. icholas Burns, a professor at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Sofia Coppola and...

  • Jack Watson, John Podesta, and Andy Card--and Chris Whipple, the author of a new book, "The Gatekeepers: How the White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency." David McCullough about his new book, "The American Spirit."

  • Allison Stewart and Shannon Pettypiece discuss the travel ban, healthcare legislation, and the G20 summit. John Prideaux, discussing his report on Trump's America. "The Little Hours" with writer-director Jeff Baena and Aubrey Plaza and Dave Franco.

  • Bill Burns, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and former deputy secretary of state. We conclude with tennis icon John McEnroe, here to discuss his career and new memoir,...

  • Ezra Klein of Vox, and Andy Slavitt, former acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron, and Ai Weiwei for a discussion of their latest collaboration, '"Hansel & Gretel."

  • Adam Liptak, a Supreme Court reporter for the New York Times. Chris Whipple to discuss the White House Chief of Staff. Leah Dickerman, a Marlene Hess Curator of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art.

  • Kelsey Snell of The Washington Post, and Ezra Klein of Vox Media. Uber's ousting of C.E.O. Travis Kalanick. Chris Eisgruber, president of Princeton University.

  • Guest host Jeff Glor leads a discussion with Vann Newkirk of the Atlantic, Kevin Whitelaw of Bloomberg News, and Philip Bump of the Washington Post. Jack Ma, the founder and executive chairman of Alibaba Group.

  • Al Hunt of Bloomberg View and Philip Rucker of the Washington Post. North Korea with Christopher Hill and David Sanger. "Beatrice at Dinner," with Salma Hayek and John Lithgow.a conversation and performance from Dan Auerbach.

  • Jeff Goldberg and Shannon Pettypiece of Bloomberg News. Mark Bowden of the Atlantic on his cover story for the magazine, "How to Deal with North Korea." Aziz Ansari discussing season two of his Netflix series, "Master of None."

  • Guest host David Leonhardt of the New York Times is joined by Senator Ron Wyden. Sarah Kliff of Vox, Peter Suderman of Reason magazine, and Sarah Collins of the Commonwealth Fund. Citizen Jane: Battle for the City, with director Matt Tyrnauer.

  • Guest host Jeff Glor and Michael Weiss, author of "ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror."We conclude with director Oliver Stone, he discusses his four part documentary for Showtime, The Putin Interviews.

  • Dan Balz of the Washington Post provides an update on yesterday's shooting. Jeffrey Goldberg, editor-in-chief of The Atlantic. David Grann, introducing his new book, "Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI."

  • The shooting today in Alexandria with Rep. Chuck Fleischmann. Sam Elliott, and his latest role is an over-the-hill actor confronting his mortality in "The Hero." Dexter Filkins of The New Yorker.

  • Karoun Demirjian of The Washington Post. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin. We conclude with Chicago Cubs manager Joe Maddon.

  • Developments following Jame's Comey's testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Elections in the United Kingdom with Roger Cohen of The New York Times and Gillian Tett, the U.S. managing editor for the Financial Times.

  • Senator Angus King of Maine who joins us from Capitol Hill. Continuing with national political reporter Robert Costa of The Washington Post, Karoun Demirjian of The Washington Post, conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt, and McKay Coppins of The Atlantic.

  • A preview of former FBI Director James Comey's upcoming testimony before Congress. Brian Cox, who plays Winston Churchill in the new film "Churchill."

  • Griff Witte, London bureau chief for the Washington Post, and John Micklethwait, editor in chief of Bloomberg News. Anne Barnard of the New York Times. Patrick Collison, CEO of Stripe. Ambassador Gerard Araud

  • President Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement with Michael Morell. Christopher Plummer, actor and star of the new film "The Exception."

  • Amy Davidson of the New Yorker and Amy Harder of AXIOS Media. Senator Al Franken, two term Senator from Minnesota. His new memoir is called Al Franken: Giant of the Senate."

  • Lionel Barber, editor of the Financial Times and Mark Mazzetti of the New York Times. Tiger Wood's D.U.I. arrest with Jaime Diaz, editor in chief of Golf World. Laura Poitras on her new documentary, "Risk." John Wood, the founder of Room to Read.

  • "Dear Evan Hansen" with star Ben Platt and writer Steven Levenson. Cynthia Nixon, currently starring in The Little Foxes on Broadway. The Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibit: Irving Penn: Centennial with curator Jeff Rosenheim.

  • Ivo Daalder, president of the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, and John Micklethwait, editor in chief of Bloomberg News. Ian Bremmer, president and founder of the Eurasia Group. We conclude with a look at health care.

  • Griff Witte, the London bureau chief for The Washington Post and Peter Bergen, a national security analyst for CNN. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of the world renowned Hayden Planetarium. Jeff Pegues, justice and Homeland Security correspondent for CBS.

  • Caroline Hyde of Bloomberg TV and Ray Kelly, the former New York City police commissioner. Adam Schiff, ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. Stephen Starr, the owner of more than 30 restaurants across four states and two countries.

  • Jonathan Karl of ABC News who is in Jerusalem with the President. Jordan Peele, director of the horror film "Get Out."

  • Admiral Mike Mullen, the former chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Jim Nantz, who lost his father to Alzheimer's in 2008 and has made it a life's mission to advance research and care for those who suffer from the disease.

  • Katy Tur of MSNBC. A celebration of Rolling Stone's 50th anniversary, with Jann Wenner, the co-founder of the publication, and his son, Gus, who is the head of digital operations at Rolling Stone's parent group, Wenner Media.

  • Jonathan Karl of ABC News; Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor at the Financialt Times; and republican strategist Ed Rollins. Susan Wojcicki, C.E.O. of YouTube. Tina Carr, director of the Rory Peck Trust.

  • We continue our coverage of the firing of FBI Director James Comey. Emmy Award-winning actor James Spader.

  • Margaret Talev of Bloomberg News and Phil Rucker of The Washington Post. Mike Schroepfer, chief technology officer at Facebook. Sally Bedell Smith on her book, "Prince Charles: The Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life."

  • Karoun Demirjian of The Washington Post, and Matt Apuzzo of The New York Times. Emmanuel Macron's victory in the final round of France's presidential elections. Carlos Ghosn, C.E.O. of Renault-Nissan alliance.

  • Ed O'Keefe of The Washington Post and Sarah Kliff of Vox. A look at HBO's first nightly news program, VICE News Tonight. Tabitha Soren, and a look at her new book "Fantasy Life: Baseball and the American Dream."

  • James Comey's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, the co-authors of "Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign." Architect Renzo Piano and architectural historian Victoria Newhouse.

  • David McCullough, author of The American Spirit: Who We Are and What We Stand For. Noha Alkamcha; Yasmin Kayali Sabra, a co-founder of a Syrian humanitarian and development organization; and journalist Zaina Erhaim.

  • John Dickerson of Face the Nation discusses his interview with President Trump.

  • Maggie Haberman of The New York Times. Sheila Nevins, the president of HBO Documentary Films. An appreciation of the late Jonathan Demme

  • President Trump's 100th day in office. Clarissa Ward, senior international correspondent for CNN. Calvin Trillin, a regular contributor to The New Yorker since 1963.

  • President Trump's foreign policy as the administration nears its 100-day milestone. Dennis Berman of the Wall Street Journal, Peter Coy of Bloomberg Businessweek, and Damian Paletta of the Washington Post. "The Circle," with James Ponsoldt.

  • President Trump's first 100 days. John Kasich, governor of Ohio and a former presidential candidate. Frances FitzGerald. She traces the history of the American evangelical movement in her new book, The Evangelicals: The Struggle to Shape America.

  • President Trump's first 100 days. An update on Sunday's elections in France. Wendy Lesser, the author of You Say to Brick: The Life of Louis Kahn.

  • Robert Costa of the Washington Post. Rising tensions in North Korea with Christopher Hill, former ambassador to South Korea. A discussion about anxiety disorders in young adults.

  • Senator Elizabeth Warren discusses her book, This Fight Is Our Fight: The Battle to Save America's Middle Class. The Promise" with writer and director, Terry George, and actors: Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac, and Angela Sarafyan.

  • Britain's exit from the European Union with guest host Jeff Glor and Ed Luce, the chief U.S. columnist for the Financial Times. Arkansas' death penalty dispute, with lawyer David Boies and anti-death penalty advocates Lorri Davis and Damien Echols.

  • A political update with guest host Jeff Glor, Phil Rucker of The Washington Post, David Frum of The Atlantic, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis of The New York Times. We conclude with actor Carrie Coon, the star of HBO's "The Leftovers" and FX's "Fargo."

  • Coverage of President Trump's first 100 days in office with Gerald Seib. David Sanger of the NY Times. David Ignatius of The Washington Post and Nicholas Burns of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government.

  • A continued look at Thursday's U.S. military strike against Syria. Tina Brown discusses last week's Women in the World summit. Philip Gorski, a professor of sociology at Yale, who introduces his new book, "American Covenant."

  • An update on Thursday's U.S. military strike against Syria. Peter Baker, chief White House correspondent for the New York Times. Sergio Garcia, the 2017 Masters champion.

  • Tom Friedman of The New York Times. Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group. Dr. Rolla Hallan and Dr. Annie Sparrow--who have been on the front lines delivering medical aid to the embattled nation of Syria.

  • President Trump's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. Ian Bremmer, the president of the Eurasia Group. Bernard-Henri Levy, and a look at his new documentary, "The Battle of Mosul."

  • Jennifer Jacobs of Bloomberg News. Chief White House correspondent Glenn Thrush. Eric Ripert, the chef and co-owner of the four-star New York restaurant, Le Bernadin. Freida Pinto, one of the stars of the upcoming Showtime miniseries, "Guerrilla."

  • A look toward the first meeting between President Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping. Charlie is joined by Kevin Rudd, the president of the Asia Society Policy Institute. We conclude with seven-time Grammy Award winner John Mayer.

  • Senator Mark Warner, ranking democrat and vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. Carol Lee of The Wall Street Journal. Larry Summers, president emeritus of Harvard University.

  • An update on Brexit. Alyssa Mastromonaco, president of global communications at A&E Networks. An interview and performance from Grammy Award-winning blues guitarist Gary Clark, Jr. His new album is called "Live: North America 2016."

  • Robert Costa of The Washington Post. Robert Draper discusses "Trump vs. Congress: Now What?" "The Glass Menagerie," with the four stars of the current production: Sally Field, Joe Mantello, Madison Ferris, and Finn Wittrock.

  • The House Republican leaders' decision to pull legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Mike Allen, co-founder of the news service Axios. Richard Gere on his new film, Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer."

  • Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch. The debate surrounding the GOP health care bill with Al Hunt and Robert Costa. Jessica Chastain, for a look at her new film, "The Zookeeper's Wife."

  • The House Intelligence Committee hearing's on Russia. David Browne of Rolling Stone discusses the life and music of Chuck Berry. An appreciation of David Rockefeller, who died today.

  • President Trump's meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel with guest host John Hockenberry. An update on politics in Venezuela. Vicky Ward, investigative reporter and correspondent for the Huffington Post Highline Magazine.

  • Dutch election with Dan Senor; journalist Michiel Vos; Nell Breyer, executive director of the Marshall Scholars Association; and Walter Russell Mead, editor-at-large for American Interest Online. An interview and performance with Jesca Hoop.

  • Jeff Greenfield and Bret Stephens of The Wall Street Journal. NCAA's March Madness with NY Times columnist William Rhoden, Washington Post sportswriter John Feinstein, and Joe Nocera of Bloomberg View.

  • Jeff Glor leads a discussion about the GOP health care bill. Greg Jaffe of The Washington Post and Gordon Lubold of The Wall Street Journal discussing new policy on drone strikes. Danny Boyle on his latest film, "T2 Trainspotting."

  • A political update with guest host Bob Costa and author and op-ed columnist for The New York Times, David Brooks. "Personal Shopper" with guest host Stephanie Zacharek, writer/director Olivier Assayas, and actor Kristen Stewart.

  • A discussion about ISIS with guest host John Hockenberry and Michael Weiss. Jackie Stevens, the head of the Deportation Research Clinic at Northwestern University. guest host Katie Couric and fashion designer Tory Burch.

  • Katie Couric leads a discussion about new breakthroughs in cancer treatment.

  • A discussion about the Trump administration's health care plan. The Sense of an Ending, with two of the film's stars, Jim Broadbent and Michelle Dockery. The future of U.S. policy in the Middle East.

  • Roger Cohen is joined by Greg Miller of The Washington post to discuss WikiLeak's release of thousands of CIA documents. Civic education with Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Robert Katzmann. Cries from Syria with Evgeny Afineevsky and Kholoud Helmi.

  • Guest host Dan Senor is joined by General Michael Hayden--former director of both the CIA and the NSA. We conclude with a discussion about free speech with Frank Bruni and Jonathan Haidt.

  • Jeff Glor is joined by Karen Tumulty of the Washington Post and Eric Lichtblau of The New York Times. PJ O'Rourke, author of "How The Hell Did This Happen? The Election of 2016." Molly Haskell interviewing filmmaker & artist Agnès Varda.

  • Gillian Tett leads a discussion about the technology industry with Max Chafkin of Bloomberg BusinessWeek; Richard Edelman, president and C.E.O. of Edelman; and William Cohan, contributing editor to Vanity Fair magazine.

  • Analysis of President Trump's address to Congress with guest host Alison Stewart. Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812. Charlie's conversation from October about the film "Moonlight."

  • A preview of President Trump's address to Congress with guest host Dennis Berman. Jay Wright, head basketball coach at Villanova. Omar Saif Ghobash, ambassador of the United Arab Emirates to Russia and author of Letters to a Young Muslim.

  • Guest host Ian Bremmer is joined by Harvard professor Larry Summers. Tyler Cowen, economics professor and Bloomberg View columnist. Evan Osnos of The New Yorker and Julia Ioffe of The Atlantic.

  • Trump administration's expanded rules on undocumented immigration. Eva Moskowitz, the founder and C.E.O. of Success Academy. We conclude with fine art photographer Jack Spencer.

  • Guest host Anthony Mason is joined by Henry Blodget, the C.E.O. and editor of Business Insider; Joe Nocera, a columnist at Bloomberg View; and Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell. An interview and performance by Lake Street Dive.

  • Allison Stewart discusses President Trump's press conference. Bob Hercules and Rita Coburn Whack, and Colin Johnson, the grandson of Maya Angelou. "Fire at Sea," the new Oscar nominated documentary from Gianfranco Rosi.

  • John Micklethwait leads a discussion about Russia and the Trump administration.The 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue with guest host Andrew Ross Sorkin, model Kate Upton, and editor MJ Day.

  • Al Hunt leads a discussion about the resignation of national security adviser Michael Flynn. Thomas Friedman of The New York Times. Thomas Kail interviewing Damien Chazelle, director and screenwriter of the musical film La La Land.

  • Judd Apatow leads a discussion about the impact of Donald Trump's presidency with Maggie Haberman of The New York Times; GQ special correspondent, Keith Olbermann; and Republican strategist, Ed Rollins. "Crashing" with Pete Holmes and Artie Lang.

  • Nobel Laureate Eric Kandel of Columbia University, Charles Nelson of Harvard Medical School, Kimberly Noble of Columbia University, Ken Dodge of Duke University, Michael Meaney of McGill University and Deborah Temkin of Child Trends.

  • 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."

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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."

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Hugh Hewitt, nationally syndicated radio show host and author of The Fourth Way: The Conservative Playbook For A Lasting GOP Majority. Bernard-Henri Levy, whose latest book is called The Genius of Judaism.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • An hour with Paul Ryan, Speaker of the House of Representatives.

  • 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."

  • An hour with John Kerry, secretary of state.

  • An hour with Denis McDonough, White House Chief of Staff.

  • 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.

  • Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group. A discussion about Megyn Kelly leaving Fox News with Brian Stelter. We conclude with an excerpt of an interview conducted with Megyn Kelly in November of 2016.

  • A conversation about artificial intelligence with Andrew Moore, dean of the school of computer science at Carnegie Mellon.

  • "Live By Night" with the director and writer Ben Affleck and actors Chris Messina, Elle Fanning, Chris Cooper, and Sienna Miller. “Hidden Figures,” with actors Taraji P. Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monáe, Kevin Costner, and director Ted Melfi.

  • President Obama's final press conference with John Dickerson. The latest development from the Trump transition with columnist Tom Friedman. Mark Shriver discusses his book "Pilgrimage." Will Ahmed, founder and C.E.O. of WHOOP.

  • Ta-Nehisi Coates, author and national correspondent for The Atlantic. His latest cover story reflects on the life and presidency of Barack Obama. Jim Steyer, the founding C.E.O. of Common Sense Media, and Tom Steyer, president of NextGen Climate.

  • Kathleen Hays, host of "Taking Stock" on Bloomberg Radio. Russian cyber attacks with Mike Morell, former acting director of the CIA. Robert Gates, former secretary of defense, on Rex Tillerson and the Trump transition.

  • Cybersecurity with Sam Palmisano and Tom Donilon. "Patriots Day" with Peter Berg, Mark Wahlberg, and former Boston police commissioner Ed Davis. Andy Cohen, host of Bravo's "Watch What Happens: Live."

  • Brian Moynihan, chairman and C.E.O. of Bank of America. We conclude with director and screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan. His newest film is called “Manchester by the Sea.”

  • Brian Moynihan, chairman and C.E.O. of Bank of America. We conclude with director and screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan. His newest film is called “Manchester by the Sea.”

  • Bestselling author Michael Lewis discusses his new book, "The Undoing Project."

  • Fareed Zakaria discusses the legacy of Barack Obama, populism in the west, and Donald Trump's foreign policy. Brandon Iribe, C.E.O. of Oculus. Viet Thanh Nguyen, whose debut novel, â€

  • A conversation with Cardinal Peter Turkson, taped in Rome. We conclude with a look at artificial intelligence with John Kelly, senior vice president of cognitive solutions and research for the IBM Corporation.

  • "Jackie" with guest host A.O. Scott of The New York Times, director Pablo Larraín, and actor Natalie Portman, who portrays former First Lady Jacqueline Onassis. We conclude with an interviw and performance by Regina Spektor.

  • 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.

  • 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 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.

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