Charlie Rose 2004 12 Seasons 2004
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1. Charlie Rose (August 2, 2004) An Exclusive Hour With Ted Turner, Founder Of Cnn, Which Originally Aired July 23, 2004, About His Unique Achievements In Media And The Personal Qualities That Have Led To His Success.
2. Charlie Rose (August 3, 2004) A Conversation About The Movie Garden State, With Actor Zach Braff, Who Is Also The Films Writer And Director, And Actors Natalie Portman And Peter Sarsgaard. Next, Restaurateur Sirio Maccioni And Co-Author Peter Elliot Discuss The Book Sirio: The Story Of My Life And Le Cirque.
3. Charlie Rose (August 4, 2004) Charlie Rose With Richard Schickel, Jean-Louis Beffa & Deirde Bair
4. Charlie Rose (August 5, 2004) Remembering Henri Cartier-Bresson, French Photographer And Global Icon, With Richard Avedon Of The New Yorker Followed By A Conversation With Charlie Rose And Bresson From July 6, 2000 From Paris.
5. Charlie Rose with Trey Anastasio; with Jonathan Schwartz (August 6, 2004) A Conversation With Trey Anastasio, Musician And Front Man Of The Band "Phish", Which Originally Aired May 26, 2004, About The Groups Decision To Stop Playing Together.||Also, A Discussion With Jonathan Schwartz, Author Of The Memoir "All In Good Time", Which Originally Aired May 31, 2004.
6. Charlie Rose - discussion on "The Fog of War" with Errol Morris & Robert McNamara (August 9, 2004) An Episode That Originally Aired November 11, 2003, In Which Errol Morris, Filmmaker, Discusses His Documentary, "The Fog Of War", Along With The Film'S Subject, Robert Mcnamara, Former Secretary Of Defense. The Movie Reflects On Mcnamara'S Tenure At The Pentagon During The Vietnam War.
7. Charlie Rose (August 10, 2004) A Special Edition Of An Episode That Originally Aired March 31, 2004, In Which Charlie Rose Looks Back On 150 Years Of U.S.-Japanese Relations With Howard Baker, U.S. Ambassador To Japan, Ryozo Kato, Japanese Ambassador To The U.S., Peter Peterson Of The Blackstone Group, Masatsugo Nagato Of The Mizuho Bank And Authors Ian Baruma And John Nathan.
8. Charlie Rose - two conversations with Michael Moore (August 11, 2004) Conversations With The Filmmaker Michael Moore, Which Originally Aired July 1, 2004 And July 6, 2004, In Which The Controversial Director Discusses His Documentaries And The Public Perception That He Is Driven By An Overt Liberal Agenda.
9. Charlie Rose (August 12, 2004) An Hour From The Harvard Business School With Michael Porter, Author And University Professor, Which Originally Aired April 30, 2004, About The Challenges And Strategic Competitive Opportunities Faced By Individuals, Companies And Nations.
10. Charlie Rose (August 13, 2004) A Conversation With Actor Brad Pitt, Which Originally Aired May 13, 2004, About His Career And Latest Starring Role In The Movie "Troy".
11. Charlie Rose (August 16, 2004) An Update With New York Times Writer John Burns On The Escalating Violence In Iraq And The Insurgency In The City Of Najaf. Next, A Conversation With Author William F. Buckley About His Fifty Years At The National Review And A New Book He'S Written Titled Miles Gone By: A Literary Autobiography.
12. Charlie Rose (August 17, 2004) A Discussion With Dennis Ross, Former U.S. Envoy To The Middle East, About The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict And His Book The Missing Peace: The Inside Story Of The Fight For Middle East Peace. Next, Gary Hart, Former U.S. Senator And Advisor To John Kerry'S Presidential Campaign, Talks About Homeland Security And The Need For A Broad Strategy To Keep America Safe.
13. Charlie Rose (August 18, 2004) An Hour Conversation With Lance Armstrong After His Record Breaking Sixth Tour De France Victory. Armstrong Says That Of All His Wins This Years Triumph Was The Most Satisfying.
14. Charlie Rose (August 19, 2004) A Discussion With James Lipton, Which Originally Aired March 19, 2004, About His Tenure As Executive Producer And Host Of "Inside The Actors Studio".||Next, A Discussion With Jonathan Schwartz, Which Originally Aired June 8, 2004, About His Memoir, All In Good Time.
15. Charlie Rose (August 20, 2004) Charlie Rose With Joe Biden; Robert Greenwald; James Woolsey & Ray Mcgovern
16. Charlie Rose (August 23, 2004) Charlie Rose With Adam Nagourney; John Burns; Bill Hambrecht
17. Charlie Rose (August 24, 2004) A Conversation With Anderson Cooper, Cnn Anchor, About His Life And Career In Broadcast Journalism. Next, Graham Allison, Professor And Author, Talks About The Threat Of Nuclear Proliferation Detailed In His New Book Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe.
18. Charlie Rose (August 25, 2004) An Update On The Crisis In Sudan With Samantha Power, Professor At Harvard University, And John Prendergast Of The International Crisis Group. Also A Conversation With Author Larry Diamond About Lessons Of The Iraqi War Thus Far And The Implications Of Iran'S Growing Nuclear Capacity.
19. Charlie Rose (August 26, 2004) John Burns, Writer For The New York Times, Speaks About The Iraq Conflict And A Truce Between Shiite Leaders To End Violence In The City Of Najaf. The Program Concludes With An Appreciation Of Susan Thompson Buffett, Wife Of The Investor And Businessman Warren Buffet.
20. Charlie Rose (August 27, 2004) An Hour With Maureen Dowd, Author And New York Times Columnist, About Her Life, Career As A Writer, And Her New Book Bushworld: Enter At Your Own Risk. Dowd Speaks About Her Upbringing As A Child And The Decisions That Led Her To Pursue Political Journalism.
21. Charlie Rose (August 30, 2004) A Live Broadcast For The Hour From Madison Square Garden In New York City Following Day One Of The Republican National Convention. Charlie Is Joined By David Sanger Of The New York Times, Charlie Cook Of The National Journal And The Cook Political Report, And By Michael Duffy And Karen Tumulty Of Time Magazine.
22. Charlie Rose (August 31, 2004) A Live Broadcast After Day Two Of The Republican National Convention With Ed Rollins, Republican Political Strategist, Stuart Stevens, Strategist For The Bush-Cheney Campaign, Don Evans, U.S. Commerce Secretary, Mark Halperin Of Abc News, And John Harwood Of The Wall Street Journal. The Evening Featured Speeches By Senator Elizabeth Dole, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger And First Lady Laura Bush.