Charlie Rose 2002 12 Seasons 2002
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1. Charlie Rose (January 1, 2002) Nobel Laureate Economist Joseph Stiglitz Of Columbia University Discusses His Career And Theory Of Asymmetrical Information. Then, The New First Baseman Of The New York Yankees, Jason Giambi, Speaks About Signing A Seven-Year Agreement With The Team And His World Series Ambitions. Finally, Courtney Ross Holst, Founder Of The Ross School, Discusses Education Reform.
2. Charlie Rose (January 2, 2002) An Interview With Adam Nagourney; An Interview With Michael Korda; A Remembrance Of Richard Schaap
3. Charlie Rose (January 3, 2002) A Consideration Of The Possibility Of War Over The Kashmir Region Between India And Pakistan With Frank Wisner, Former Us Ambassador To India, And Nicholas Platt, Former Us Ambassador To Pakistan. Then, A Conversation With Kevin Spacey About His Performance In The Movie The Shipping News, Based On The Book By E. Annie Proulx.
4. Charlie Rose (January 4, 2002) Norman Ornstein Of The American Enterprise Institute Analyzes Senator Tom Daschle'S Speech On The Economy And Increasing Deficit. Then, Actress Kristin Scott Thomas Talks About Her Performance In Robert Altman'S Gosford Park. Finally, Professor Of Law At Stanford University Lawrence Lessig Talks About His Creativity And His New Book, The Future Of Ideas.
5. Charlie Rose (January 7, 2002) A Dialogue With Anna Wintour, Fashion Icon And Editor Of Vogue, On The Retirement Of Designer Yves Saint-Laurent. Also, Edmund Morris Talks About His Biography Of Former President Teddy Roosevelt, Theodore Rex. Then, A Conversation About The Late Roy Lichtenstein'S Art In Two New Exhibitions With His Widow, Dorothy, Director Of Moca Bonnie Clearwater, And Artist Jeff Koons.
6. Charlie Rose (January 8, 2002) Actress Halle Berry Discusses The Development Of Her Movie Career And Her Critically-Acclaimed Performance In The Film Monster'S Ball. Also, Walter Russell Mead Of The Council On Foreign Relations Talks About His New Book On American Foreign Policy, Special Providence: American Foreign Policy And How It Changed The World.
7. Charlie Rose (January 9, 2002) A Discussion With The Co-Anchors Of The Today Show, Matt Lauer And Katie Couric. On The Show'S 50Th Anniversary, The Hosts Talk About Their Colleagues, The Maintenance Of The Institution'S Traditions, And Their Coverage Of The Terrorist Attacks On The World Trade Center.
8. Charlie Rose (January 10, 2002) The Editor-In-Chief Of Businessweek, Stephen Shepard, Explains The Latest Developments In The Enron Case. Also, Director Robert Altman And Screenwriter Julian Fellowes Talk About Their Film, Gosford Park. Finally, Oscar-Nominated Actress Tilda Swinton Discusses Her Performance In The Deep End.
9. Charlie Rose (January 11, 2002) A Dialogue With The Former Prime Minister Of Italy And Current President Of The European Commission, Romano Prodi, On Transatlantic Relations And The Building Of An European Union Defense Force. Also, Oscar-Nominated Actress Cate Blanchett Talks About Her Upcoming Movies Including The Shipping News, The Lord Of The Rings, And Bandits.
10. Charlie Rose (January 14, 2002) An Interview With Ridley Scott; An Interview With Richard Beattie; An Interview With Ken Burns; An Interview With Richard Stolley
11. Charlie Rose (January 15, 2002) An Interview With The Secretary Of The Treasury, Paul O'Neill, For The Hour. He Talks About The Enron Scandal, The State Of The Economy, Bush'S Proposed Stimulus Program, And Plans To Aid Argentina In Its Economic Crisis With The Help Of The International Monetary Fund.
12. Charlie Rose (January 16, 2002) An Interview With Donatella Lorch; An Interview With Sebastian Junger; An Interview With Bernard Lewis
13. Charlie Rose (January 17, 2002) Nobel Laureate And Holocaust Survivor Elie Wiesel Speaks About His New Book, Conversations With Elie Wiesel. Then, Gossip Columnist Liz Smith Reflects On Her Long Career And Talks About Upcoming A&E Documentary, Gossip Tabloid Tales. Also, Novelist Ved Mehta Talks About His New Book, All For Love, And The Conflict Over The Kashmir Region.
14. Charlie Rose (January 18, 2002) The Chairman Of The Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Joseph Biden, Discusses The Conflict In Afghanistan, Having Just Returned From The Region. Also, Iranian Filmmaker Shirin Neshat Shares Her Three New Film Installations: Passage, Possessed, And Pulse. Then, Frances W. Bremer, Author Of The Book Running To Paradise, Explains Her Story Of An Interesting Catholic Priest.
15. Charlie Rose (January 21, 2002) First, Kurt Eichenwald Of The New York Times And Allan Sloan Of Newsweek Provide The Latest Updates Of The Enron Scandal. Also, Byron Scott, Head Coach Of The New Jersey Nets, And Jason Kidd, Point Guard For The Team, Discuss The Team'S Surprise Success This Season.
16. Charlie Rose (January 22, 2002) Chairman And Ceo Of Vivendi Universal, Jean-Marie Messier, For The Hour. He Discusses Competition Between The Major Entertainment Conglomerates And His Belief That His Company, The World'S Second Largest In The Fields Of Media And Communications, Will Be At The Forefront Of The Digital Age.
17. Charlie Rose (January 23, 2002) A Rare Dialogue With Michael Ovitz, Entertainment Industry Executive And Former President Of The Walt Disney Company. He Shares His Story Of Ascendance To The Most Powerful Position In Hollywood, The Circumstances Surrounding His Controversial Termination, And Future Plans.
18. Charlie Rose (January 24, 2002) An Interview With Tina Brown; An Interview With Kate Winslet
19. Charlie Rose (January 25, 2002) A Panel Consisting Of Representative John Dingell, Allan Sloan Of Newsweek, Norman Ornstein Of Cbs News, And Kurt Eichenwald Of The New York Times Discuss The Apparent Suicide Of A Former Enron Executive, John Clifford Baxter. They Furthermore Provide Updates And Analysis Of The Congressional Hearings On The Enron Scandal.
20. Charlie Rose (January 28, 2002) Richard Murphy Of The Council On Foreign Relations And Hanan Ashrawi Of The Palestinian Legislative Council Discuss The Future Of Yasser Arafat'S Leadership Of The Palestine Liberation Organization. Then, Former Sec Chairman Arthur Levitt Provides His Perspective On The Enron Scandal. Finally, An Interview With Neurologist Oliver Sacks On The Publication Of His New Memoir, Uncle Tungsten.
21. Charlie Rose (January 29, 2002) A Review Of The President'S State Of The Union Address In Washington With Senators Joseph Biden, Chuck Hagel, And Joseph Lieberman.Then, Alan Brinkley Of Columbia University, Tom Oliphant Of The Boston Globe, Michael Kinsley Of Slate.Com, Richard Berke Of The New York Times, And Margaret Carlson Of Time All Provide Analysis Of The Speech.
22. Charlie Rose (January 31, 2002) The World Economic Forum, For The First Time To Be Held In Manhattan, Brings Together Thousands Of Leaders And Thinkers From Around The Globe. A Special Episode Of The Show Featuring Clips From Approximately Twenty Previous Interviews On Topics Associated With The World Economic Forum.