A conversation about advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning with professors Lucy Suchman and Zeynep Tufekci, journalist Nathaniel Popper, and guest host Major Garrett.
A rebroadcast of an hour with Bill Murray about his career and recent role in The Monuments Men.
A conversation with Charles Murray, a controversial conservative American policy writer and race researcher and author of The Bell Curve. Next, a conversation with Robert Harris, English novelist and former journalist and BBC television reporter.
Anthony Bourdain talks about his life after having a child and his experiences going to Provincetown and Iran for his program "Parts Unknown."
Investor and businessman Warren Buffett stunned the world when he announced he was giving most of his fortune to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Charlie Rose is the only broadcast journalist with access to Buffett and Gates on their friendship which resulted in this historic announcement. In this three part series, we'll hear about Warren Buffet: the Man, the Business, and the Gift.
"Worth the wait"
Tonight on the program, bestselling author Michael Lewis discusses his new book, The Undoing Project. It tells the story of two Israeli psychologists—Amos Tversky andn Daniel Kahneman—and their groundbreaking work uncovering the hidden biases of the human mind.
A rebroadcast of a discussion about Winston Churchill with Winston Churchill’s granddaughter, Celia Sandys; David Reynolds of Cambridge University; Peter Clarke and Alan Watson.
Conversations with CEO of Twitter Dick Costolo and Bill Browder.
Eric Kandel is joined by Ben Barres, chair of neurobiology at Stanford University, Norman Spack of Boston Children’s Hospital, Catherine Dulac of Harvard University, Melissa Hines of University of Cambridge, and Janet Hyde of University of Wisconsin, for a conversation about gender identity and the biology of the brain.
Author David Grossman on his book To the End of the Land. Then, author Isabel Wilkerson discusses The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration.
An hour with syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer on his first book Things That Matter.
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".
A conversation with Mohammad-Javad Larijani, Iranian politician, cleric and academic. Larijani is the head of the human rights council in the judiciary and a top adviser to the supreme leader. Next, a conversation with Quincy Jones, American music impresario, conductor, record producer, musical arranger, film composer and trumpeter.
An hour with Vladimir Putin, president of Russia, taped at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
Charlie Rose Summer Series: A conversation with Robert Caro, American biographer noted for his studies of United States political figures Robert Moses and Lyndon B. Johnson.
Tonight on the program, analysis of the last night's New York primary with guest host Al Hunt of Bloomberg View....
A preview of tomorrow's State of the Union address with guest host Matthew Dowd; Al Hunt of Bloomberg View; Frank Luntz, founder of Luntz Global Partners; and Tavis Smiley, host of the Tavis Smiley Show on PBS. Next, a conversation with Dr. David Agus, author of The Lucky Years. And finally, an appreciation of David Bowie, who died on Sunday after battling cancer for 18 months.
An hour with comedian Larry David on his Broadway play, Fish in the Dark.
An analysis on Libya after Gaddafi, with Hisham Matar, David Ignatius, and Lisa Anderson. Next, a conversation with businessman and the founder of Bridgewater Associates, Ray Dalio.
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.