Tonight on the program, J.D. Vance discusses his book "Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis."
We continue with a look at the play "The Front Page" with director Jack O'Brien and actors Nathan Lane and John Goodman.
We conclude with Alexandra Lebenthal, president and C.E.O. of Lebenthal & Co., and Dr. Michael Kaplitt, neurosurgeon at Weill Cornell Medicine and New York Presbyterian.
Tonight on the program, a discussion about changes in the Donald Trump campaign staff with Bob Costa of the Washington Post and Michael Barbaro of The New York Times.
Next, a look at the film "Don't Think Twice" with writer-director and star Mike Birbiglia, producer Ira Glass, and actor Keegan-Michael Key.
We conclude with Al Hunt interviewing Mike Tackett of The New York Times.
Through a deft compilation of primary sources—letters, memoirs, and personal accounts from composers, librettists, and performers—Michael Rose re-creates for his readers the circumstances that gave rise to fifteen operatic milestones. From Monteverdi and Mozart to Puccini and Berg, each chapter focuses on a well-known opera and tells the story that lies behind its creation.
Tonight on the program, a discussion about the new emails pertinent to the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private server. Charlie is joined by Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent for ABC News; Michael Isikoff, chief investigative correspondent for Yahoo News; and Michael Schmidt of the New York Times.
We continue with Neil Shen, founder of Sequoia Capital China.
We conclude with Taylor Goldsmith, singer and guitarist for the band Dawes, performing on set.
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.
Tonight on the program, a look into President-elect Donald Trump’s appointment of Stephen Bannon as chief strategist. Charlie is joined by 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.
Tonight on the program, guest host Jeff Glor leads a discussion of the ongoing battle for Aleppo, Syria, with Richard Fontaine, president of the Center for New American Security, and James Jevvrey of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.
We continue with an examination of Theranos, the biotech startup currently under federal criminal investigation. Glor is joined by John Carreyrou and Michael Siconolfi of The Wall Street Journal.
We conclude with guest host A. O. Scott and actor Amy Adams, discussing Adams' new movies "Arrival" and "Nocturnal Animals."
Tonight on the program, a preview of Sunday's second Presidential debate with James Fallows of The Atlantic.
We continue looking at the election with Bob Costa of the Wahington Postand Amy Chozick of the New York Times.
We conclude with swimmer Michael Phelps and Duke basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, taped at the BDT & Company Global Summit in Chicago
Tonight on the program, 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."
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?"