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Bloomberg
Sep 1, 2016 10:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie rose: tell me about "horace and pete". how did you come to this? [laughter] louis c.k.: it just-- i don't know it's weird. it is like i found this family in my head somewhere. i don't know. i got interested in doing a show that was like multicamera the way a sitcom was shot but without the audience, without the laugh track and without the need for the constant jokes, that pumping of jokes that sitcoms have. but -- because what you are left with is that live feeling. it's kind of like a multicamera drama or something. anyway, i kind of got the idea of that, of a show that felt like that. charlie rose: it is a drama. louis c.k.: i think so, or something. i don't know, it's a show, it's a story. but -- charlie rose: what is the story? two guys in a bar? louis c.k.: it's about a bar run by a guy named horace and a guy named pete and it was opened in 1916 in brooklyn by two brothers, horace and pete. and they each had a son, one named horace and one named pete. and they handed it to their sons, horace and pet
Bloomberg
Dec 4, 2015 10:00pm EST
♪ >> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. charlie rose: he's the president and chair of btb, russia's second-largest bank. russia has been battered by the westsanctions from in response to russia's annexation of crimea in persistently low oil prices and 2014. other geopolitical risks also pose a severe threat. on thursday, president putin will meet with the president of france, francois hollande, in moscow to discuss opportunities for a united front against isis. they took credit for downing a russian airliner over egypt last month, killing all 224 passengers. i am pleased to have andre back at this table. let's begin with some thing you know a lot about, the russian economy. assess where it is today. andre: the russian economy is in negative growth this year but starting from next year, we expect some economic growth. after the first shockwave of lower oil prices and sanctions and bad commodity prices for other russian commodities and slow growth in china, all the sectors -- i think we understand the economy will be growing. it will have to adjust to new condit
Bloomberg
Oct 6, 2015 6:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. the u.s. supreme court begins a new term. voting rights, affirmative action are on the docket. the court may decide to take action on contraception. this term, more decisions will be made. to talk about these issues, adam and jeffrey. i am pleased to have both. whate go first to adam, does this look like and what do we have to take note on? the big picture is that the left side of the court had a good year with a lot of liberal decisions and at liberal victories. like the, it looks empire strikes back and the conservative roberts court we know will deliver more conservative opinions. justice kennedy is in the middle. i expect him to swing right. there is a reason for the left to be nervous. they are tackling items of political significance. >> yes. they are. this is because of citizens united and the progeny. citizense come out of united and revolutionize campaign financing in the united states. i think that the regulation of american politics is likely -- i think the deregulation of american politics is likely to conti
Bloomberg
Oct 12, 2016 10:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie rose: we begin this evening with our continuing coverage of the presidential election. the republican party finds itself divided after house speaker paul ryan backed away from donald trump on monday. though he did not revoke his endorsement, he said he would no longer campaign for the gop nominee. the decision drew criticism from his caucus. donald trump called him weak and ineffective. meanwhile on monday, wikileaks revealed a new batch of email. reveals internal workings of the clinton campaign. we have jake sherman of politico. here in new york, ed rollins. he is a republican strategist and cochair of approach from great america super pac. i am pleased to have both of them on the program. tell me where we are this day. jake: it is tough to keep track sometimes. donald trump spent much of his day attacking republicans for being weak kneed, especially paul ryan. paul ryan is looking to protect his members, many of whom wants to win reelection, but also do not want to embrace trump and feel like they need to wal
LINKTV
Aug 2, 2013 3:00pm PDT
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Bloomberg
Aug 2, 2016 7:00pm EDT
♪ >> from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: we begin with politics. in an interview this weekend, donald trump suggested the u.s. should accept russia's and accession with crimea. the deal runs counter to the obama administration. it is now believed that the might be responsible for the research and testing from this dnc campaign. administration has cap short of a actual accusation, john brennan says interference in the election progress is a serious matter. i'm pleased to have him here at the table. welcome. let's talk about that. let's talk about tod's interview ukraine. who did it? why do they do it? how do we retaliate? >> all fascinating issues. as strange as this election has been, it does not seem likely would try to putin interfere with the u.s. election. they've tried to interfere there. to be fair they united states has not been a bus in messaging in other countries election. david: that's right, in 2009 when there was going to be a backlash. here is what we know. we know the dnc got hacked and they lost large amounts of e-mails and other data
Bloomberg
Jul 14, 2014 8:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." >> the guard of honor -- the most respected tribute to the god.hey all call the is here andferguson was retired as manager of manchester united earlier this year. he won the 13 titles over his 26 year career. the washington post has said or vinceto john madden lombardi winning 13 super bowls -- that didn't really happen but you get the point. his extraordinary success has seen his influence expand -- extend weight past the soccer. a school devoted a case study to him last year. tony blair recalls calling him about a vice for his cabinet. here is a look at the retirement speech. man that has been part of the tapestry of the club as 15 cups, one european super cup, two champions league titles, 13ercontinental cup, and from your league titles -- premier league titles. end. doesn't mean the them ratherhing than suffer with them. theou think about last-minute goals, the comebacks, even the defeats are all part of this club. thank you for that. also, the bad times here, club stood behind me. all the staff stood by me, the p
CSPAN
Aug 11, 2016 6:34am EDT
believe that reinforcement learning to be a core part of his next ai algorithm. charlie rose: take these five companies, apple amazon google facebook microsoft. is there a race to do any one thing, are they all the same business? apple made a fortune on smartphones. google has made a fortune on search. microsoft made a fortune on software. amazon made a fortune on a range of different things. in these companies are they in pursuit of a holy grail? eric: the tech companies as a , oup are highly competitive seeking new -- i want to say it right, think of each of these as a platform company driven by innovation that solve the problem that's global. in some cases a problem you didn't think you had but they solve it well. microsoft is the eldest of them. it solved the problem of interoperable workstation platforms. amazon started as a virtual bookstore. i didn't realize i wanted such a large bookstore but now i'm happy i have it. each of these has had that. apple's transformation is legendary with steve's resuscitation of the company. when steve took over the second time he clearly want
Bloomberg
Dec 3, 2015 10:00pm EST
announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie rose: brian moynihan is here. he is chairman and ceo of bank of america. the company has completed a turnaround after eight years of costly litigation. it came from the financial crisis. the firm has repaired its balance sheet. it has reduced non-core assets like private equity and real estate businesses. the financial success remains closely connected to the u.s. economy. i'm pleased to have brian moynihan back at this table. brian: thank you for having me. charlie rose: you were hoping the fed would raise interest rates before the end of the year? brian: i think yes because that means economy is growing and it means we make more money, but the reality is everything we see, it is. charlie rose: your instinct is it will because janet yellen has signaled it? brian: they have been pretty clear what the market. i think the statistics that have come out since last time, they have the consideration that would favor it. with a large bank, it is hard to predict what the fed would do. i think you back off and thi
Bloomberg
Oct 12, 2016 7:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. charlie rose: we begin this evening with our continuing coverage of the presidential election. the republican party finds itself elected after paul ryan backed away from donald trump on monday. though he did not revoke his endorsement, he said he would no longer campaign for the gop nominee. the decision drew criticism from his caucus. donald trump called him weak and monday,ive or it on wikileaks revealed a new batch of e-mail. strategistepublican and cochair of approach from great america super pac. day.me where we are this >> it is tough to keep track sometimes. donald trump spent much of his day attacking republicans for being weak need -- kneed, especially paul ryan. paul ryan is looking to protect his members, many of whom wants dowin reelection, but also not want to embrace trump and feeling the need to walk away from his candidacy. there is a fallout from that. what ryan and a lot of other people in the house are wondering is whether he has angered some people, whether he will actually depress turnout by walking
Bloomberg
Jun 15, 2016 10:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city this is charlie rose. charlie rose: we begin with our continuing coverage of the orlando attack. 49 people were shot dead. omar mateen opened fire in orlando. continues toon unfold. it has been reported that omar mateen frequented the pulse club in years past. there is also suspicion that his second wife was aware of his plan. president obama spoke earlier today at the u.s. treasury. he called for better gun control. president obama: iraqi forces have surrounded falluja and have begun to move into the city. in the north, they continue to push up the tigris river valley. preparing to tighten the noose around isil. isil has now lost nearly half of the territory they once control in iraq and they will lose more. isil continues to lose ground in syria as well. assisted by our special operations forces the coalition of global forces is now pressuring the key town. so the noose is tightening around isil there as well. the coalition continues to stay on offense. isil is on defense. it is been a full year since isil has been able to mount a succ
Bloomberg
Aug 4, 2015 6:00pm EDT
from at studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. charlie rose: ben carson is a narrow surgeon. rosurgeon who has authored books. one of them was made into a movie about his life and he announced his candidacy for president of the united states. a fact that is stated by the critics and admirers is that he has no experience. aey disagree on whether it is credential or liability. we welcome ben carson to the table. guest: thank you. al hunt: we know you are a great surgeon. you operated on our son. america has not elected a president with no political experience. why would been carson be different? look at the experience of people in congress and it comes out to under 9000 years. yet, where has that gotten us? it is possible to gain experience. this country rose from nowhere to the pinnacle of the world likely. al hunt: we have had presidents with political experience. reagan, bush, roosevelt. guest: you can get experience from lots of different areas. al hunt: would it be different if you wanted to hire a baltimore ravens coach with no football background or take a smart
Bloomberg
May 31, 2016 7:00pm EDT
him from our studios in new york city this is charlie rose. charlie rose: david brooks is here. he has been a columnist for the new york times since 2003. he is known for tackling big ideas in modern subjects. capitalism and character. he has turned his focus to the 2016 presidential campaign. i am pleased to have him back at this table. isn't it great to have a huge appetite? i don't see anybody who is a small appetite. so you see the other day and they said they are talking about a dilemma is based on a memoir they said the felt they've been stolen from having a life. that is sad. a big life is not to be a celebrity or make a lot of money big life is to be connected to all that there is to say. brooks: so he asked me what would you do if you want in the news. they're people who just held back. charlie rose: they get into things like marriage and children. than david brooks: two thirds of you will be more boring than you are now. there's this famous you curve where people's happiness is high in their 20's and that a bottom 747 which is called having teenage children and that arise
Bloomberg
May 23, 2016 10:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city this is charlie rose. charlie rose: morley safer, a friend and a longtime colleague died on thursday at his home in manhattan. the cause of death was pneumonia. he was 84. safer was the longest-serving correspondent in 60 minutes history. for five decades he produced 919 reports. he traveled more than 200,000 miles a year. he exposed fraud and investigated crime. he chronicled a time of change in america. it was in his coverage of the vietnam war as a young correspondent that he first made a name for himself. in 1965 he showed a marine setting a hut on fire with a cigarette lighter. the broadcast almost single-handedly ushered in the living room wars. where do you stack this up, because you clearly had an impact on the man's life? morley: it is the most important story. the woman who produced that was suzanne st. pierre of eric severaid's show. we decided at the beginning, i was not convinced that he was innocent. because the court said he was guilty. there was a lot of funny stuff in that trial. i said let's assume he's guilty. let's go out assu
Bloomberg
Dec 23, 2015 10:00pm EST
>> from new york city, this is charlie rose. charlie rose: he's previously served as chief white house correspondent for nbc news. a spiritual journey to understand his own beliefs. it is called house your faith. how's your faith? david gregory: it was something that has been rising up inside of me for a long time. grappling with these questions. who am i? what is a life full of meaning and purpose? this arose at a time when is very successful, married to a woman with great kids. my wife is a christian a protestant, i am jewish. she was challenging me to lead our family and faith. silliness on a spiritual path. i discovered a lot about myself. the search for goodness. charlie rose: this is religious readings by the allergens -- theologians? david gregory: spiritual texts, in judaism as in other faiths a lot of medieval scholars and phosphors were self-help gurus. they help you deal with anger and pride and humility. i think i discovered a path that was a loving path, on the path. one that for me at least was about something we don't talk about a lot in media circles. cultivating
Bloomberg
Apr 26, 2016 10:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. charlie rose: how did you come to this? >> well, it is weird and i feel like i found a family in my head and i got interested in doing a show without the audience and the laugh track and the need for constant jokes that sitcoms have. what you are left with is a live feeling. it feels like it is a drama or something. i got the idea of a show like that. charlie rose: it is a drama? what is the story? >> it is about a are runs by horace and pete in brooklyn that was opened i two brothers named horace and pete. they had sons named horace and pete. this has always been owned by a horace and a pete. sometimes, it has been brothers. others, cousins. alan alda plays uncle pete from the previous generation. >> it is a new form. >> very different. a grabbed me when i started writing it. i have had a lot of ideas for it different kinds of shows. you get out the script and i started writing this is summer and it just kept coming, episode after episode. i realized i was writing some -- writing something that was worth shooting. >> what
Bloomberg
Jun 27, 2016 7:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." vote was preceded by two months of intense debate. the leave campaign one by 50 3%. the british pound fell to a 30 year low. it momentarily dropped. the prime minister said he would step down in october. >> the negotiation will need to begin under a new prime minister. they will start the formal and legal process of leaving the eu. called the cision independence day for britain. nomineeive republican also praised the result. >> people want to take their country back. they want to have independence in a sense. you're going to have more than what happened last night. they are going to take their monetary back. >> president obama maintained that they would maintain the relationship. boris johnson said there was no need to rush britain's exit. that he wantssaid britain out as soon as possible. formeriliband, a secretary of state and now president of this committee. roberts,london, andrew a british historian and journalist. i am pleased to have all of them on this program. i begin in london. what happened? huge up
CBS
Jan 6, 2017 11:35pm PST
>> hi there, i'm charlie rose. people tell me all the time, "i love your pbs show, and i wish my home looked exactly like your studio." well, now, that's possible with the charlie rose in a can. ( laughter ) every kit includes a can of black spray paint and a round wooden table. it's perfect for any room in the house because now, every room will look exactly the same. ( laughter ). >> we use the charlie rose in a can for our baby's room. >> jacob just loves the gaping void of nothingness. ( laughter ). >> i use charlie in my bathroom. and now it feels like i'm shaving in deep space. ( laughter ) with a table. >> so get charlie rose in a can today, but, please, do not huff me. >> it's "the late show with stephen colbert." tonight, stephen welcomes charlie rose hayden panettiere and jack maxwell. featuring jon batiste and stay human. and now, live on tape from the ed sullivan theater in new york city, it's stephen colbert! ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: woooo! hey, chris! what's going on, everybody? jon! good to see you. ( cheers and applause ) >> stephen: that's awfully nice. than
Bloomberg
Jun 21, 2016 7:00pm EDT
yorkom our studios in new this is charlie rose. joe biden is the 47th vice president of the united states. he has dedicated his life to public service. he was a united states senator from delaware for 36 years. he has a deep knowledge of as the policy and served chairman of the senate foreign relations committee twice. last fall he decided not to run for president in 2016. that decision followed intense deliberations with his advisors and his family. he has withstood tragedy in his life. he lost his wife and daughter in a car accident in 1972. his son beau biden died last year from brain cancer. obama tasked him with the new moonshot initiative. he is spoken out about sexual assault on college campuses. he spoke at the center for new american security. trump andzed donald his approach to foreign policy. biden: his proposal to ban muslims from entering the united states. profiling muslim americans. slandering an entire religious community. question america's status as the greatest democracy. charlie rose: i sat down with joe biden for conversation. we have seen in orlando another te
Bloomberg
Dec 25, 2015 7:00pm EST
charlie rose: concussion is the new film starring will smith. discovered football's head trauma and try to bring these findings to the league's attention. it is getting a lot of attention on and off the field. the nfl declines to comment. tom brady said he plans to see the film. here's a look at concussion. will smith: when i was a boy heaven was here in america was here. i never wanted anything as much as i wanted to be an american. hearts are broken over the loss of hall of famer mike webster. why does the city -- the here of the city die in disgrace? i can tell something is wrong. in 25 years i have never requested a test like this. i am the wrong person to have discovered this. repetitive head trauma shocks the brain. it turns you into someone else. get me a meeting with the commissioner. >> they are terrified of you. you are going to war with a day .f the week will smith: if you continue to deny my work, your men will die. i have to keep going. these men are not machines. we must honor our warriors. >> do you understand the impact of what you are doing? smith: tell the truth.
CSPAN
Jul 5, 2016 12:52am EDT
club of new york in may with journalist charlie rose. >> good afternoon, everybody. meeting ofthe 453rd the economic club of new york in our 109th year. i am bill dudley, president of the federal reserve bank in new york. the economic club is the nation's leading nonpartisan forum for discussions on social and political issues with more than 1000 speakers appearing before the club in the last century. we have established a tradition of excellence. i want to recognize the 232 members of the centennial society. these club members make an extraordinary contribution to ensure the financial quality of the club in its second century. their names are in your program. i would like to welcome students hear from columbia university, hunter college, nyu, university of pennsylvania, and southern methodist university. this afternoon, we are honored to be able to have as our guest speaker eric schmidt, the executive chairman of alphabet, inc. in this role, he acts as the firm's global ambassador with the responsibility for external matters pertaining to all its businesses, including google. his
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2016 10:00pm EST
>> from our studios in new york city, charlie rose. charlie rose: we're live this evening. president barack obama delivered his final state of the union address. tonight was less about the past than the future. president obama: let's talk about the future. four big questions. regardless of who the next president is. who controls congress. how do we give everyone a fair shot at opportunity and security in this new economy? [applause] how do we make technology work for us and not against us especially when it comes to solving challenges like climate change? how do we keep america safe and lead the world without becoming its policeman? how can we make our politics reflect what is best in us and not what is worst? last year vice president biden said that with the new moonshot america can cure cancer. last month he worked with this congress to give scientists at the national institutes of health the strongest resources they've had over a decade. so tonight i am announcing a new national effort to get it done and because he has gone to the mat for all of us i'm putting joe in ch
CSPAN
Aug 11, 2016 5:42am EDT
fortunate today to have as our interviewer, charlie rose, anchor and executive editor of "charlie rose" the one hour nightly program. and the newly launched "charlie rose, the week." he also co-anchors cbs this morning and contributing correspondentent to 60 minutes. let the conversation begin, charlie and eric, the floor is yours. thank you very much. flaws flaws -- [applause] . charlie rose it's an honor to be here an be with my friend, eric schmidt, who i have known for a long, long time, back when he was a chief technology gist at sun microsystem trying to explain to me what java was about. remember those days? bill said it well about what eric represents. i just looked at the paper today. there is a story about google and others in europe. a story about the saudi's investment in uber. look at any paper today and there are three or four stories about how technology is affecting our lives. we did a program about artificial intelligence and virtual assistant. everywhere we go great companies are becoming technology companies. and eric has been central to that revolution. i don't know what
CBS
Jan 6, 2017 11:35pm EST
charlie rose. color="#ffff00">people tell me all the time, "i love your pbs show, and i wish my home looked exactly like your studio." well, now, that's possible with the charlie rose in a can. ( laughter ) every kit includes a can of black spray paint and a round wooden table. it's perfect for any room in the house because now, every room will look exactly the same. ( laughter ). >> we use the charlie rose in a can for our baby's room. >> jacob just loves the gaping void of nothingness. ( laughter ). >> i use charlie in my bathroom
Bloomberg
Feb 4, 2016 10:00pm EST
charlie rose: we begin with president obama's address at the islamic society of baltimore. it was his first trip to a mosque as president. he spoke at the israeli embassy last week. he will appear at the presidential prayer breakfast on thursday. he denounced islamophobia. : we have to say to our values and that includes freedom of religion for all faiths. that religious liberty is essential not only to protect religion but because religion helps strengthen our nation. it summons us to embrace our common humanity. since the attacks in paris and san bernardino, we have seen too often people conflating the horrific acts of terrorism with the beliefs of an entire faith. we have heard inexcusable political rhetoric against muslim americans. it has no place in our country. rose: he is a senior fellow at the brookings institution. a correspondent for npr. why hasn't the president done this earlier? does it reflect growing concern? tom: i think that is right. islam have been more of a topic of conversation in the last few months in some ways and even in the immediate aftermath of 9/11. w
Bloomberg
Jun 27, 2016 10:00pm EDT
♪ announcer: from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." charlie: thursday's vote was preceded by two months of intense debate. the leave campaign won by 52%. the decision sent shockwaves across europe and around the world. the british pound fell to a 30-year low. it momentarily dropped. prime minister david cameron said he would step down in october. mr. cameron: the negotiation will need to begin under a new prime minister. i think it is right this new prime minister takes the decision about when to trigger article 50 and stop the horrible and legal process of leaving the eu. charlie: nigel farage called the decision independence day for britain. presumptive republican nominee donald trump also praised the result. mr. trump people want to take : their country back. they want to have independence in a sense. you see that all over europe. you're going to have more than just what happened last night. they are going to take their borders back, monetary back. they want to take a lot of things back. charlie president obama : maintained that they would maintain the rela
PBS
Sep 12, 2015 5:30am PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. i'm charlie rose. the program is charlie rose the week. just ahead, germany and the united states opened their doors to refugees. apple shows off its newest products. and the latest from the u.s. tennis open joke virtue opened in the film. >> the semi's and final's match in last year's u.s. open probably could have beat anybody in all the opened. everything was right. but jokovich, great returner, smart, moves extremely well. >> rose: we will have those stories and more on what happened and what might happen. >> rose: this was the week stephen colbert made his late show debut. apple unveiled ipad, iphone and mary. queen elizabeth became the longest reigning monarch. here the sights and sounds. europe, and the flow of refugees shows no signs of letting up. washington debates the iran nuclear deals. >> we'll revisit the issue next week. >> you can call this vote another time, you can call it ten more times and you'll get the same results. >> rose: came davis is released. >> it is unacceptable to put a person in jail without bail because she followed he
PBS
Sep 23, 2016 11:30pm PDT
>> welcome to "charlie rose: the week." charlie is traveling. i'm jeff galore of cbs news. wells fargo, scandal and new calls for accountability. strong words from egypt's president. and bono celebrate 40 years with u2 and a decade of philanthropy. >> you could get these two pills, if you have hih-aids in new york or dublin, but it was a kathy sentence, an accident of latitude and longitude. >> rose: geography >> geography. where you live should not decide whether you live. that was our tattoo. >> we will have that story and more on what happened and what might happen. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided by: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications >> it's a forever thing. >> rose: what's the object lesson here? >> justice, not charity. >> tell me the significance of the moment. >> this was the week charlotte, north carolina, was placed under a state of emergency after unrest following ago police shooting of a black man. world leaders gathered in new york for the opening of
PBS
May 27, 2016 11:30pm PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. i'm charlie rose. the program is "charlie rose: the week." just ahead, more e-mail trouble for hillary clinton. president obama's legacy and the 57 on the to asia. and penelope cruz stars as a mother battling cancer. >> rose: we will have those stories and more on what happened and what might happen. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided by: captioning sponsored by rose communications >> rose: and so you began how? >> with fresh eyes. >> rose: is it luck at all or is it something else? >> we depend on that trust. >> rose: what's the object it casts such a long shadow. >> rose: tell me the significance of the moment. this was week the state department inspector general found fault with hillary clinton's private e-mail server. president obama continued his pivot to asia with a trip to vietnam and japan. and the film "i, daniel plac" by director ken loache, took the pomdor, at the cannes film festival. >> the associated press reporting that human remains retrieved from the egyptair flight point to an explosion. >> president obama make
CSPAN
Aug 11, 2016 10:00am EDT
. his conversation with charlie rose is about one hour. >> good afternoon, everybody. welcome to the 453rd economic meeting club in new york in our 109th year. i'm bill dudley, president of the federal reserve bank of new york. as you-all know the economic club of new york is the nation's leading nonpartisan form for speeches on economic, social, and political issues. more than 1,000 promised speakers have appeared before this club over the last century and we have established a strong tradition of excellence. i want to personally recognize the 232 members of the centennial society. these club members continue to make an extraordinary contribution to ensure the financial stability of the club as we go into its secretary century. their names are in your programs. i would like to welcome students here today from columbia university, hunter college, university of pennsylvania, and southern methodist university. this afternoon we're honored to be able to have as our guest speaker eric schmidt, the exec alphabet ink -- inc. he acts as ambassador with responsibility for the external matter
PBS
Sep 30, 2016 11:30pm PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. i'm charlie rose. the program is "charlie rose: the week." just ahead, the first presidential debate sets a new record. the syrian army closes in on aleppo. and three veterans of "saturday neat live" bring back the mockumentary. >> make some noise. >> here we go. ♪ freeway riding along ♪ freeway riding along ♪ >> rose: we will have those stories and more on what happened and what might happen. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided by: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications >> rose: and so you began how. >> figuring out which one we wanted to do is there is it october at all or something else? >> it's more about stealth and help. >> rose: what is the object lesson here? gnificance of the moment.. >> rose: this was week donald trump and hillary clinton the met in their first presidential debate. and the chicago cubs won their 100th game for first time since 1935. and we're celebrating a quarter century on public television. here are some
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Aug 13, 2014 12:00am PDT
, this is charlie rose. >> rose: we remember robin williams this evening. he was my friend and he was a friend of this program. he came to this table often. nobody on the planet could be so spontaneous, so improvisational, so smart as robin williams. simply stated, there was no one like him. in a league of giants-- think letterman and carson and so many more in television and stand-up and film-- he was a unique giant, so talented it took your breathe away. he was the guaranteed laugh, so smarpt, so quick, but impossible to define. if you're in journalism it is simply to state he was brilliant. he is the finest star to fall to aircraft and is now among the stars. officials will answer the question of how he died. the rest of us simply say thanks to coming to the table. we will never forget you. the first time he came to this table was 16 years ago, 1998 was the year. he would win the academy award for his performance in "good will hunting." do you look for this kind of role because it gives some balance to the kinds of things you are going to do? >> yeah. i love being a supporting
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Apr 1, 2017 5:30am PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. i'm charlie rose. the program is "charlie rose: the week." just ahead, the white house under siege. north carolina repeals the bathroom bill. and blues from the man called "the chosen one" guitarist gary clark ♪ bright lights big city calling to my head ♪ bright lights big city calling to my head ♪ >> rose: we will have those stories and more on what happened and what might happen. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided by the following: >> rose: and so you began how? is it luck at all or is it something else? >> you gotta have your 10,000 hours. >> rose: what's the object lesson here? >> you don't have to be "wonder woman." >> rose: tell me the significance of the moment. >> rose: this was the week the senate intelligence committee began hearings on russia's influence on the 2016 election. the united kingdom formally gave notice that it is leaving the european union. and south carolina, u.n.c., gonzaga, and oregon advance to the final four of the n.c.a.a. men's basketball tournament. here are the sights and sounds of the past
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Jun 25, 2016 5:30am PDT
>> rose: welcome to the program. i'm charlie rose. the program is "charlie rose: the week." just ahead, britain votes to leave the european union. the supreme court deadlocks over immigration reform. is and a historic broadway musical is paid homage in shuffle along. >> rose: we will have those stories and more about what happened and what might happen. >> rose: funding for "charlie rose" has been provided by: >> and by bloomberg, a provider of multimedia news and information services worldwide. captioning sponsored by rose communications >> rose: and so you began how? >> joyous rage. >> rose: is it luck at all or is it something else? well, that's the million-dollar question. >> rose: what's the object lesson here? >> it requires cooperation. >> rose: tell me the the significance of the moment. >> rose: of this the week the people of britain voted to leave the european union. the congress grappled with gun control. and the cleveland cavaliers delivered that city its first championship title in 52 years. here are the sights and sounds of the past seven days. >> hillary clinton ma
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