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Emmy Award-winning journalist Charlie Rose engages the world’s most fascinating individuals in one-on-one conversations and roundtable discussions five nights a week. From studios in New York City and locations around the world, Charlie Rose talks to people in every field who have “a great story to tell.”
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  • http://www.facebook.com/mkingnyc Michael King

    Love your show…always great guests and topics..keep up the great programing

  • Ann Chafin

    I had recorded your year end program and watched it this morning and enjoyed it very much – I wrote down the names of four of your remembrances of people that I had not heard of before and I’ve got my research set up for the next few days – trying to find out about these very interesting people who in just a few words made me want to get to know them better. At the end, your listing of those who died at Sandy Hook moved me deeply once again and my broken heart cried for these children and their teachers, service personnel and principal who were so senselessly killed. Thanks so much for helping us to keep remembering – and may we never be so hardened that we are not moved afresh each time we see their names.

  • Claire J. Dutt

    Just saw tape of Charlie Rose w/Gen.Stanley McChrystal – First, Rose is the best interviewer I’ve seen/heard. Second, McChrystal absolutely stunned me with his intelligence, humanity and life mission. Don’t see many like him – hope he continues to lead anyone or group who will listen but also will note his effectiveness in accomplishiments, which he discusses as true leadership. That’s the secret of life and what we do now and leave behind. Thank you.

  • mkraus

    Just watched a Charlie Rose program this afternoon 2/22/13. There was a young man speaking about government and the sharing of east and west forms of government to achieve more. Didn’t get his name or the name of his book. Can anyone tell me. I’m interested in reading his book. M Kraus mtkraus@verizon.net

  • Lisa L, New York City

    I think Amy Richards missed the point Anne Marie Slaughter made with regard to Sheryl Sandburg’s book. Slaughter is concerned that women at the mid- and lower levels of the economic ladder – and single mothers in particular – are being told they can and should achieve more but do not have access to critical financial and social supports that Slaughter and women like her enjoy. Unless — and only unless — current structures radically change — equal pay, universal health care, universal preschool — they will pursue impossibly difficult and imbalanced lives. I agree with her.

  • Eric

    Charlie Rose always has stimulating intellectual discussions on his program. His 1994 interview with Sir James Goldsmith is especially worth watching on youtube.

  • ridiculous

    This week:

    Another reason to stop watching PBS on Friday.

  • gmbass

    I really wanted to hear what Nancy Pelosi had to say on 11/4, but Rose was so obnoxious with her – not letting her finish sentences, constantly challenging, etc., etc., I actually had to turn it off. What’s your problem?

  • http://www.freechurchofthedivinemarriage.yolasite.com/ Donna Lee

    I think it is incredibly disrespectful for Charlie Rose not to have a segment on Martin Luther King, Jr. on his show this evening! President Obama is NOT Martin Luther King, Jr. and this IS Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

  • Barbara Mansfield

    This is for Charlie Rose RE: DiCaprio and Scorcesse interview
    My written letter was returned.
    I am so disappointed in the nomination of Wolf on Wall St
    Nowhere did Charlie. Dicaprio and Scorcesse show clips of this disgusting Porno/Orgie film on your show. Leonardo has lowered himself to appear in this pic, He was nominated in the past for Titanic, Aviator, and J.Edgar Hoover and was not a winner,why should this trash be better? It shows the warped minded directors and audience of today.
    I would dread my 17 yr old granddaughter by some mistake to see this film. I myself thought it would be like Wall Street
    w M. Douglas.
    Although it was a real person’s life the sex scenes could have been played down.
    shame on scorcesse.
    Would any of my cc’s like for their grandchildren or older grandparents to see this filth???
    cc’s
    Academy of Motion Pic Arts and Sciences
    Scorcesse
    Pierce Morgan

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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.
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