Tonight on the program, an appreciation of Muhammad Ali, who died last week. Charlie is joined by Bob Costas of NBC Sports; David Remnick of The New Yorker; Robert Lipsyte, author of "Free to Be Muhammad Ali”; and Ellis Cose, author and the writer-in-residence at the ACLU.
We conclude with the Reverend Jesse Jackson, discussing Ali.
Tonight on the program, an update on the election with Al Hunt of Bloomberg View.
We continue with David Adjaye, founder and principal architect of Adjaye Associates. His firm is responsible for the designs of the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo, the Moscow School of Management and Sugar Hill Housing in Harlem.
We conclude with Grammy and Academy Award-winning lyricist Carole Bayer Sager.
Shadowlands is a collection of heartfelt and sometimes heartbreaking short stories, from well-known actor and entrepreneur Charlie David, that explore the passion and pain of gay sexuality. Ancient myths are re-imagined with an exciting queer twist, masterfully depicting the charged, fragile relationships of urban life today.Story genres in this collection include romance, science fiction, fantasy/paranormal, horror, and poetry.
Based on the film of the same name, Mulligans is a novel about a poignant family drama with a twist. Tyler, a straight college jock, brings his best friend Chase home to stay with his family for summer vacation. The Davidson family welcomes Chase with open arms, but as the summer progresses, so does an unexpected attraction. Stacey, Tyler's mom, tries to hold on to her family while Tyler's dad, Nathan, struggles with his long-suppressed sexuality.
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At 19, Ashley seemed to have everything: looks, talent, and even a girlfriend. What more could a young man want? But soon he has to come to terms with his sexuality and the possible implications for his career in the public eye as a male model. He begins dating Chris, but isn't sure he's head over heels in love. It's not the knight-in-shining-armor feeling he thought it would be. Then Ashley gets the chance to leave his hometown in Canada to visit sunny California for a big modeling job.
Tonight on the program, David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, discusses his conversation with President Obama after the election.
We continue with Michele Flournoy, former under-secretary of defense for policy under President Obama from 2009 to 2012.
We conclude with a look into President-elect Donald Trump’s recent cabinet appointments. Charlie is joined by David Sanger of the New York Times and Karen De Young of the Washington Post.
Tonight on the program, an update on the U.S. election and the candidates' impending choices for running mate. Nick Confessore of The New York Times and Mike Barnicle, contributor to MSNBC, weigh in.
Next, we revisit Charlie's conversation about race with Bryan Stevenson, founder and executive director of the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama.
We continue with a discussion about last year's historic nuclear deal with Iran. Charlie is joined by David Sanger of The New York Times; Karim Sadjadpour of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; and Ray Takeyh of the Council on Foreign Relations.
We conclude with a look at the film “The Infiltrator” with director Brad Furman, actor Bryan Cranston, and Robert Mazur, whom the film is based on.
Tonight on the program, a discussion about the New York Times report on Donald Trump's 1995 income tax return. Charlie is joined by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, hosts of Bloomberg's "With All Due Respect."
We continue looking at the election with David Barstow of The New York Times and Susanne Craig of The New York Times.
Tonight on the program, 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. Her new album is called Midwest Farmer’s Daughter.
Tonight on the program, Frank Bruni discusses President-elect Donald Trump’s on-the-record meeting at The New York Times.
We continue with part two of a conversation with David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker.
Next, Sebastian Mallaby introduces his biography of Alan Greenspan, The Man Who Knew.
A rebroadcast of a Veteran's Day conversation with Paul Rieckhoff, Danial Anfang, and David Myers.
We remember Leonard Cohen with a look back at his 1998 conversation on "Nightwatch."
Neuroscientist Eric Kandel.
Tonight on the program, a discussion about the campaign to retake Mosul from ISIS. Charlie is joined by David Ignatius of The Washington Post and Eric Schmitt of The New York Times.
We continue with Nancy Pelosi, minority leader of the House of Representatives.
We conclude with Issa Rae, co-creator and star of HBO's "Insecure."
Tonight on the program, a discussion about the crisis in Aleppo with former CIA director David Petraeus.
Tonight on the program, an update on politics and foreign policy with David Sanger of The New York Times.
We continue our conversation on foreign policy with Richard Haass, president of the Council on Foreign Relations.
We conclude with Jimmy Walker, professional golfer and 2016 PGA champion.
Tonight on the program, an update on the last month's cyber-attack on the Democratic National Committee. Charlie is joined by Adam Segal of the Council on Foreign Relations; Raj De, former general counsel at the National Security Agency; Michael Riley of Bloomberg News; and David Sanger of the New York Times.
We conclude with Steven Brill discussing his article in The Atlantic, "Are We Any Safer?"
Tonight on the program, 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.
Tonight on the program, a conversation about Hillary Clinton's speech today denouncing Donald Trump. We are joined by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, the managing editors of Bloomberg Politics.
Next, a discussion about the ongoing battle for Fallujah. Charlie is joined by David Petraeus, retired four-star general and the former director of the C.I.A..
We conclude with mountaineers Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards, who recently attempted climbing Mount Everest without supplemental oxygen, while documenting the trip in real-time on social media.