Guest: E. L. Doctorow, author of The March
Guests: Tom Krens, director of Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation; Hilary Spurling, author of Matisse The Master: A Life of Henri Matisse: The Conquest of Colour: 1909-1954
Guest: Bruce Wasserstein, Chairman & CEO of Lazard
Guests: Daniel Ayalon, Israel’s Ambassador to the United States; Dennis Ross, Former US Special Envoy to the Middle East
Guests: Jerry Yang, Co-Founder of Yahoo!; Esther Dyson, Editor at Large for CNET Networks; John Doerr, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers; John Chambers, President & CEO, Cisco Systems
Charlie Rose was joined by Stephen T. Ganyard & Bob Orr and later Tom Pritzker & Shigeru Ban.
Charlie Rose was joined by President Jimmy Carter, who talked about his new book, "A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence, and Power." Later, appreciation of the former Democratic Party chairman Robert Strauss.
Charlie Rose was joined by Robert Kaplan, who talked about his book, "Asia's Cauldron: The South China Sea and the End of a Stable Pacific." Also, Charlie discussed the Indian elections with Sadanand Dhume, Dr. Milan Vaishnav, Professor Arvind Panagariya and Jonathan Shainin.
Charlie Rose was joined by Drew Gilpin Faust, the President of Harvard University. Later, George Will talked about his new book, "A Nice Little Place on the North Side."
Charlie Rose was joined by writer and actor Mindy Kaling, and John Feinstein, who talked about his book, "Where Nobody Knows Your Name". Later, he discussed Impossible.com with Lily Cole, Jonathan Zittrain, and David Kir.
Charlie Rose was joined by Michael Oppenheimer of Princeton University, Jeffrey Sachs, Director of the Earth Institute, and Michael Mann of Penn State University to talk about climate change. Later, a look at the 2014 Whitney Biennial exhibition in New York City.
Charlie Rose was joined by Michael Lewis, who talked about his book, "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt."
Charlie Rose was joined by Anders Fogh Rasmussen, NATO's Secretary General, to discuss Russia, and later Major General H.R. McMaster, commander of the Army’s Maneuver Center for Excellence in Fort Benning, Georgia.
Charlie Rose was joined by Michael Morell, former deputy director of the CIA.
Charlie Rose was joined by Bryan Cranston, who talked about playing President Lyndon Johnson in the new Broadway play: "All the Way."
Charlie Rose was joined by Scott Burns and Steven Soderbergh, who talked about their play "The Library", and Tilda Swinton who discussed her role in Jim Jarmusch's "Only Lovers Left Alive." Later, appreciation of the writer and co-founder of The Paris Review, Peter Matthiessen.
Charlie Rose was joined by Nadezhda Tolokonnikova and Maria Alyokhina of Pussy Riot, writer Masha Gessen, and political activists Yulia Marushevska and Ruslana.
Charlie Rose was joined by Carlotta Gall, who talked about her new book, "The Wrong Enemy: America in Afghanistan, 2001-2014." Later, a look at the film "Hateship Loveship" with actor Kristen Wiig and director Liza Johnson.
Charlie Rose was joined by the cast of the "The Railway Man": director Jonathan Teplitzky, actors Jeremy Irvine and Colin Firth, and Patti Lomax, wife of Eric Lomax. Later, Charlie talked with Christine Lagarde, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund.
Charlie Rose was joined by director Sam Mendes, who talked about bringing "Cabaret" back to Broadway; Robert Greifeld, CEO of Nasdaq OMX; and Howard Schultz, Chairman and CEO of Starbucks.
Charlie Rose was joined by Rafael Correa, President of the Republic of Ecuador, and Huffington Post's Arianna Huffington, who talked about her book, "Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder."
Charlie Rose talks about the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings with Mike Barnicle and Joel Steinhaus, and digital journalism with Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg of Re/Code, Nate Silver of FiveThirtyEight.com and Bill Keller. Also, Biz Stone joined him to talk about his book, "Things A Little Bird Told Me."
Charlie Rose was joined by Saad Mohseni, Chairman and CEO of the Moby Group; Rick Levin, President of Yale University; and Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, who talk about their book, "The Confidence Code."
Charlie Rose was joined by Alyssa Mastromonaco, departing Deputy Chief of Staff to President Obama.
Charlie Rose was joined by David Brooks of the New York Times and Ben Horowitz, co-founder and general partner of the venture capital firm, Andreessen Horowitz.
Charlie Rose was joined by Eric Kandel of Columbia University; Sanford Greenberg, Chairman of the Board of Governors of Johns Hopkins Wilmer Eye Institute; Jean Bennett; Steven Schwartz of the Jules Stein Eye Institute; Eberhart Zrenner; and Carla Shatz of Stanford University.
Charlie Rose was joined by Senator John McCain, who talked about Russia and Ukraine, and Ken and Ben Lerer of Lerer ventures.
Charlie Rose was joined by Tom Donilon, former Security Adviser to President Obama on Ukraine, and Senator Elizabeth Warren, who talked about her book, "A Fighting Chance."
Charlie Rose was joined by Stephen Sestanovich, former ambassador-at-large to the former Soviet Union; Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, who talked about their book "HRC"; and Ted Strickland, President of the Center for American Progress Action Fund.
Charlie Rose was joined by Ezra Klein and Jim Bankoff of Vox.com, and John Calipari, Head basketball Coach at the University of Kentucky.
Charlie Rose was joined by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime minister of Turkey.
Charlie Rose was joined by New York Daily News' Mike Lupica to talk about Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, Delia Gallagher on canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II, Monsignor Anthony Figueiredo, and Cardinal Timothy Dolan and Cardinal Donald Wuerl.
Charlie Rose was joined by Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City, and Kevin Spacey, who talked about his documentary on the world of theater, "NOW: In the Wings on a World Stage."
Charlie Rose was joined by Nabil Fahmy, Egypt's Foreign Minister.
Charlie Rose was joined by Ramachandra Guha, who talked about his new book, "India Before Gandhi"; Jessica Mathews, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace; and, to talk about the crisis in Ukraine, Ian Bremmer, President and founder of Eurasia Group.
Charlie Rose was joined by Michael McFaul, former Ambassador to Russia and Stanford University professor, to talk about the crisis in Ukraine; Mark Halperin and John Heilemann who discuss joining Bloomberg and their new venture, Bloomberg Politics; and Kiefer Sutherland, who talked about the return of "24."
Charlie Rose was joined by Representative Trey Gowdy to discuss the 2012 Benghazi attacks; CEO of Peek.com, Ruzwana Bashir; and E.O. Wilson, who talked about his newest book, "A Window on Eternity: A Biologist's Walk Through Gorongosa National Park."
Charlie Rose was joined by Louis C.K., who talked about the upcoming season of his FX series "Louie"; David Leonhardt, who discussed the New York Times' new digital destination site, "The Upshot"; and the co-founder of iRobot, Rodney Brooks.
Charlie Rose was joined by Sister Rosemary Nyirumbe to discuss her work providing shelter and work for the female victims of the Lord's Resistance Army in Uganda; and Lynne Cheney, who talked about her book, "James Madison - A Life Reconsidered."
Charlie Rose was joined by Denzel Washington, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Anika Noni Rose and Sophie Okonedo from the Broadway revival of Lorraine Hansberry's "A Raisin in the Sun."
Charlie Rose was joined by Timothy Geithner, who talked about his book, "Stress Test: Reflection on Financial Crisis."
Charlie Rose was joined by Hamad bin Jassim al Thani, the former Prime Minister and Foreign Minister of Qatar.
Charlie Rose was joined by Christopher Buckley, who talked about his new book, "But Enough About You"; Politico's Dylan Byers to discuss the replacement of New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson; and Glenn Greenwald to talk about his book on NSA surveillance programs, "No Place to Hide—Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State."
Charlie Rose was joined by The New Yorker's Evan Osnos, who talked about his book, "Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth and Faith in the New China"; Jo Nesbø, who discussed his latest book, "The Son"; and Fred Krupp, president of Environmental Defense Fund.
Charlie Rose was joined by Ken Auletta, Dylan Byers, Rebecca Traister and Ann Marie Lipinski to discuss the replacement of the New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson; and French economics and international relations specialist and researcher Thierry de Montbrial.
Charlie Rose was joined by the Economist magazine's John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge who talk about their book, "The Fourth Revolution – The Global Race to Reinvent the State;" and Stephen Levitt and Stephen Dubner who discuss their book, "Think Like A Freak."
Charlie Rose was joined by David Sanger and Richard McGregor who discuss the accusation of Chinese army officers hacking into American companies; actor Daniel Radcliffe who talks about his role in the play, "The Cripple of Inishmaan;" and "The Immigrant" with Marion Cotillard and James Gray.
Charlie Rose was joined by the editor of the New Yorker magazine, David Remnick, who talks about his book, "The 40's: The Story of a Decade;" and Daniel Ek, founder and CEO of Spotify.
Charlie Rose was joined by Chuck Hagel, United States Secretary of Defense.
Charlie Rose was joined by General Stanley McChrystal who talks about his memoir, "My Share of the Task;" and General Ray Odierno, Chief of Staff of the Army.
Guest host David Remnick was joined by Victoria Nuland, Fiona Hill, Stephen Kotkin and Thomas Graham to discuss the Ukraine elections; and Roz Chast, who talks about her graphic memoir, "Can't We Talk About Something More Pleasant?"
Charlie Rose was joined by Michele Flournoy, EJ Dionne, Jeff Goldberg and David Rennie to talk about President Obama's West Point commencement address; Chris Urmson and Ron Medford discuss Google's driverless car project; and George Saunders talks about his book, "Congratulations, By the Way."
Charlie Rose was joined by Susan Rice, United States National Security Advisor.
Charlie Rose was joined by Gayle King and Nas to remember author and poet Maya Angelou.
Charlie Rose was joined by David Martin, National Security Correspondent for CBS News; David Rohde of Reuters; and Seth Jones, associate director of the International security and Defense Policy Center at the RAND Corporation to discuss the release of the last American prisoner of war in Afghanistan, Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl; and later David Ignatius of the Washington Post talks about his latest book, "The Director."
Charlie Rose was joined by Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of Goldman Sachs, and Michael Bloomberg to discuss the importance of small businesses to the economy; Robert De Niro and director Perri Peltz remember the Artist: Robert De Niro, Sr.; and Frank Waldman and Maik Maurer of Spritz.
Charlie Rose was joined by Evan Osnos; Chai Ling, one of the student leaders in Tiananmen Square in 1989; Orville Schell; Nick Kristof of the New York Times, Xiao Qiang and Jeff Widener to discuss Tiananmen Square and the past, present and future of China.
Charlie Rose was joined by Jay Carney, outgoing White House Press Secretary.
Charlie Rose was joined by Karen Brooks Hopkins, Ira Glass, Kurt Andersen, Robert Krulwich and Jad Abumrad at the RadioLoveFest at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Charlie Rose was joined by Joe Klein of Time; Maggie Haberman of CNN; and John Dickerson, political director at CBS News, to discuss Hillary Clinton and her upcoming memoir, "Hard Choices;" and Sarah Lewis talks about her book, "The Rise."
Charlie Rose was joined by Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs.
Charlie Rose was joined by Mark Halperin and John Heilemann to discuss Eric Cantor and the GOP; and Tom Friedman talks about his new Showtime project: "Years of Living Dangerously."
Charlie Rose was joined by Thomas Piketty, economist and author of "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" to discuss economic inequality.
Charlie Rose was joined by the New York Times' Michael Gordon, the New Yorker's Dexter Filkins, and Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, to discuss the crisis in Iraq; Franklin Foer of the New Republic, former U.S. National player Jeff Agoos, and Tommy Smyth of ESPN to talk about the World Cup; and Kate Valk, Elizabeth LeCompte and Frances McDormand of the Wooster Group.
Charlie Rose was joined by Robin Wright and Les Gelb, President Emeritus of the Council on Foreign Relations, to continue the discussion about the crisis in Iraq; Kai Bird talks about his book, "The Good Spy;" and Grammy award-winning opera singer Jessye Norman.
Charlie Rose was joined by Michael Morell, former Deputy Director of the CIA, to talk about the crisis in Iraq; and Julia Louis-Dreyfus to discuss her HBO comedy series, "Veep" and documentary "Generosity of Eye" about her art-collecting father, William Louis-Dreyfus.
Charlie Rose was joined by the cast of "Macbeth," director Rob Ashford, and actors Alex Kingston and Sir Kenneth Branagh at the Park Avenue Armory in New York.
Charlie Rose was joined by General Richard Myers to discuss the ongoing crisis in Iraq; and David Boies and Ted Olson to talk about their book, "Redeeming the Dream."
Charlie Rose was joined by Sebastian Thrun, co-founder and CEO of the online education company, Udacity; director Paul Haggis and actor Moran Atias to take a look at the film, "Third Person;" and Tom Konchalski and Howard Garfinkel to talk about high school basketball.
Charlie Rose was joined by the New Yorker's Dexter Filkins to continue the analysis of the crisis in Iraq; and Sue Turton and Ehab Al Shihabi to discuss the three Al Jazeera journalists sentenced in Egypt. Later, Charlie remembers Fouad Ajami, who died of cancer at age 68.
Charlie Rose was joined by Dick Cheney, former Vice President.
Charlie Rose was joined by Wolfgang Ischinger, former Ukraine envoy of the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe, for an update on Ukraine; and John Oliver, host of HBO's Last Week Tonight With John Oliver.
Charlie Rose was joined by the New York Times' Adam Liptak to talk about the Supreme Court; Laurence Tribe who discusses his book, "Uncertain Justice;" and director Mike Myers and Shep Gordon for a look at the film "Supermensch: The Legend of Shep Gordon."
Charlie Rose was joined by Stephen Greenblatt of Harvard University to discuss Shakespeare; the New York Times' Nicholas Wade to talk about his latest book, "A Troublesome Inheritance;" and director Steve James, A.O. Scott and Chaz Ebert to discuss "Life Itself," a documentary film based on the memoir by Roger Ebert.
Charlie Rose was joined by Enrique Pena Nieto, President of Mexico.
Charlie Rose was joined by Ron Dermer, Israel's Ambassador to the United States, to discuss the murder of three Israeli teenagers; and Shimon Peres, President of Israel.
Charlie Rose was joined by David Kirkpatrick, Cairo Bureau Chief for the New York Times, to discuss the three Al Jazeera journalists sentenced by an Egyptian Court last week; and Steve Inskeep, host of NPR's "Morning Edition."
Charlie Rose was joined by Ashton Carter, former United States Deputy Secretary of Defense; and Fleur Pellerin, French Minister Delegate with responsibility for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy.
Charlie Rose was joined by Fleur Pellerin, French Minister Delegate with responsibility for Small and Medium Enterprises, Innovation, and the Digital Economy.
Guest host Jon Meacham was joined by Senator Joe Manchin, Representative Jim Cooper, David Brooks of the New York Times and Presidential historian Michael Beschloss to discuss politics; and curator John McQuillen to take a look at the Morgan Library's "Marks of Genius" exhibit.
Guest host Kurt Andersen was joined by Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic to discuss the ongoing unrest in the Middle East; and Chuck Klosterman to talk about his most recent collection of essays, "I Wear the Black Hat: Grappling with Villains."
Guest host Al Hunt was joined by retired General Carter Ham; CEO of Heritage Action for America Mike Needham, Republican strategist Ed Rollins and national political reporter for the Washington Post Bob Costa to discuss politics; and Peter Gammons of MLB Network, Richard Sandomir of The New York Times and George Mitchell to take a look at Major League Baseball.
Guest host Jonathan Karl was joined by Alexander Marquardt, Vice Admiral Bob Harward, John McLaughlin and Matt Bradley to discuss the crisis in the Middle East; and Tommy Smyth, Charlie Stillitano, Claudio Reyna and Giovanni Savarese for analysis of the World Cup.
Charlie Rose was joined by John Oliver, comedian and host of HBO's Last Week Tonight With John Oliver.
Charlie Rose was joined by Jay Solomon and Carol Lee of the Wall Street Journal to discuss foreign policy; and David Plouffe, former Senior Adviser to President Obama. Later, appreciation of conductor Lorin Maazel.
Charlie Rose was joined by Karim Sadjadpour, Senior Associate at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace, and Ray Takeyh, Senior Fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, to discuss the negotiations with Iran over its nuclear program; and Reid Hoffman, co-founder and Executive Chairman of LinkedIn.
Charlie Rose was joined by Ron Dermer, Israel's Ambassador to the United States, and Riyad Mansour, Permanent Observer of Palestine to the United Nations, to discuss the escalating crisis in the Middle East; and actors Colin Firth and Emma Stone to talk about the film, "Magic in the Moonlight."
Charlie Rose was joined by Hillary Rodham Clinton, former Secretary of State.
Charlie Rose was joined by CIA's former Deputy Director Mike Morell to discuss the Malaysia Airlines Crash in Ukraine; Abdullah Abdullah to take a look at the future of Afghanistan; and Hillary Rodham Clinton for part two of their conversation.
Charlie Rose was joined by New Yorker editor David Remnick to continue the discussion of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17; Mario Gabelli, Henry Blodget and Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson for a look at 21st Century Fox's mounting takeover bid for Time Warner; and Eurasia Group's Ian Bremmer to talk about American foreign policy.
Charlie Rose was joined by Martin Indyk, Vice President and Director of the Foreign Policy Program at the Brookings Institute, to discuss the escalating Israeli-Hamas conflict; and Gerald Levin, former CEO of Time Warner and current Presiding Director of Moonview Sanctuary, a holistic mental health institute in Santa Monica.
Charlie Rose was joined by former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates to discuss Russia and Ukraine; and Preet Bharara, U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Charlie Rose was joined by Ashraf Ghani to discuss the presidential elections in Afghanistan; and Jim Chanos, President and founder of Kynikos Associates.
Charlie Rose was joined by artist Jeff Koons.