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 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."
An unknown vessel, not of this world, materializes in London. A colossal figure towering over the city, it makes no move. Is this a peaceful first contact or the prelude to an invasion? Every child has nightmares. But the only thing scarier than little Eva Reyes' dreams - apocalyptic visions of death and destruction - is the habit they have of coming true. Scientist Dr Rose Franklin has no memory of the last few years. The strangers she works with say she died, and was brought back to life. The question is not how but why?
Tonight on the program, a full hour with President Barack Obama.
Great Food and Great Chefs, with Thomas Keller, Gordon Ramsay, Mario Batali, Ferran Adria, David Chang, Jacques Pepin, and Marcus Samuelsson.
A conversation about President Obama's plan to broaden a U. S. led offensive against the Islamic state of Iraq and Syria, with Jeffrey Goldberg of Bloomberg View and The Atlantic Magazine. Next, a conversation about the film This Is Where I Leave You, with director Shawn Levy, author Jonathan Tropper, and stars Jason Bateman, and Tina Fey. And finally, a conversation with James Galbraith, an economist and author who teaches at the University of Texas.
We remember the people we've lost in 2012, with Steven Covey, Ben Gazzara, Dudley Clendinen, Jacques Barzan, William Friday, John Keegan, George McGovern, Joe Paterno, Bingham Ray, and Steven Sabol.
We celebrate David Letterman's last show, which aired Wednesday night on CBS, and look back at Charlie's conversations with the late-night television host over the years.
An exclusive interview with Facebook leadership: Mark Zuckerberg, CEO/Co-Founder and Sheryl Sandberg, COO.
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"
Charlie remembers fashion designer Oscar de la Renta. Next, Charlie remembers Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee, with Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. And finally, a conversation with filmmaker Laura Poitras on her documentary: Citizenfour.
Charlie Rose’s Second Series on the Brain, Episode 8: Parkinson's Disease and Huntington's Disease with Eric Kandel, Anne B. Young, Stanley B. Prusiner, Stanley Fahn, Allen Goorin, and Sam Posey.
A look back at some of the past year's conversations with authors: Margaret Atwood; E.L. Doctorow; George Saunders; and Ian McEwan.
Steve Martin is a celebrated writer, actor, and performer. His film credits include The Jerk, Father of the Bride, and Parenthood, as well as Roxanne, L.A. Story, and Bowfinger, for which he also wrote the screenplays. He has won an Emmy for his television writing and three Grammys for his recordings.
"Steve Martin Soars Above Boorish Interviewer"
An hour with Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman.
A conversation with historian and best-selling author, David McCullough.
Tonight on the program, Lin Manuel-Miranda and Tommy Kail at the Richard Rogers Theatre. We talk about the hit Broadway musical Hamilton....
Joe Scarborough and Paul Krugman debate the national debt.
A conversation with Bill Maher, the host of HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher. Then, a discussion with journalist Christopher Hitchens. His new book is God is Not Great.