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Charlie Rose

Season 11 2001 - 2002
TV-G

  • 2001-09-18T04:30:00+01:00 on PBS
  • 56 mins
  • 10 days, 2 hours, 40 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Talk Show

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. The program is taped at Bloomberg LP's headquarters in New York City and airs on PBS stations across the U.S. as well as during evening hours on Bloomberg Television around the world. Charlie Rose also co-anchors "CBS This Morning" and is a contributing correspondent to “60 Minutes.”

260 episodes

11x01 TERRORIST ATTACKS ON U.S. – WALL ST. AND WAR

  • Season Premiere

    2001-09-18T04:30:00+01:00 — 56 mins

Henry Paulson, Jr., Chairman & CEO, Goldman Sachs; John J. Mack, CEO, Credit Suisse First Boston /// Sen. John McCain, (R) Arizona (from Tempe, AZ) /// Fouad Ajami, U.S. News & World Report / John Hopkins; Les Gelb, President, Council On Foreign Relations

11x02 TERRORIST ATTACKS ON U.S. – STRATEGIES

  • 2001-09-19T04:30:00+01:00 — 56 mins

George Crile, Producer, “60 Minutes II” /// Milt Bearden, Former CIA Station Chief In Pakistan; Barnett Rubin, Center On International Cooperation, New York University /// Shamshad Ahmad, U.N. Ambassador, Pakistan

Felix Rohatyn, Former U.S. Ambassador to France; Mort Zuckerman, Editor-In-Chief, U.S. News & World Report /// General Bernard Trainor, Senior Fellow, Council On Foreign Relations /// Roger Rosenblatt, Time; Pete Hamill, Daily News; Anna Deavere Smith, Actor/Playwright; Judy Rosener, Professor, University of California, Irvine (from Irvine, CA)

11x04 BUSH ADDRESSES CONGRESS – LIVE

  • 2001-09-21T04:30:00+01:00 — 56 mins

Sen. Joseph Biden, (D) Delaware (from Washington, DC); Sen. Richard Shelby (R) Alabama (from Washington, DC); George Mitchell, Former Senator, (D) Maine; Sen. Fred Thompson, (R) Tennessee; Mark Bowden, Author; Fareed Zakaria, International Editor, Newsweek; Barnett Rubin, Center On International Cooperation, New York University; James Hoagland, The Washington Post (from Washington, DC); William Kristol, Editor, The Weekly Standard (from Washington, DC); Bishop Thomas D. Jakes, Sr., Pastor, The Potter’s House (from Washington, DC)

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