BooksAir Date 05/28/1996
Jeffrey Archer discusses "The Fourth Estate," based on media tycoons Rupert Murdoch and Robert Maxwell, with Mort Zuckerman.
PoliticsAir Date 05/28/1996
Guest Host Mort Zuckermans and journalists Ed Fund and Brian Duffy exchange views on the Whitewater verdicts.
Politics, SocietyAir Date 05/28/1996
Daniel Yankelovich discusses the prevailing frustration and anxiety in the American psyche with guest host Mortimer Zuckerman.
Whitewater Verdict; Lord Jeffrey Archer; Daniel Yankelovich; Chet Atkins
Entertainment, Politics, SocietyAir Date 05/28/1996
Guilty verdict in the Whitewater trial; Lord Jeffrey Archer; social psychologist Daniel Yankelovich; Chet Atkins.
EntertainmentAir Date 05/28/1996
Chet Atkins talks about his album "Almost Alone," with guest host Mortimer Zuckerman.
Israel vs. Hamas
World, PoliticsAir Date 03/04/1996
Israeli Ambassador Gad Yaacobi and others discuss Hamas' recent suicide bombing and what it means for the peace process.
Israel vs. Hamas; Mark Mobius; Marvin Hamlisch
World, Business, Art and designAir Date 03/04/1996
Israeli Ambassador and others on Hamas' suicide bombing. On the tremendous investment potential in China and Russia. Conductor Marvin Hamlisch.
Funeral of Yitzhak Rabin
WorldAir Date 11/07/1995
Writers Mortimer Zuckerman and Elie Wiesel on the funeral of Yitzhak Rabin, which they attended with President Clinton.
Funeral of Yitzhak Rabin; Sean Penn
World, EntertainmentAir Date 11/07/1995
Mortimer Zuckerman and Elie Wiesel on the funeral of Yitzhak Rabin; Sean Penn on "The Crossing Guard."
Million Man March; Mortimer Zuckerman; Laura Dern
World, Entertainment, Politics, SocietyAir Date 10/17/1995
Panel discussion on the MIllion Man March; Mort Zuckerman on U.S.-Chinese relations; Laura Dern on "Down Came a Blackbird."
World, PoliticsAir Date 10/17/1995
Mort Zuckerman, editor in chief of U.S. News & World Report, reflects on the state of U.S.-Chinese relations.
State of the Economy
BusinessAir Date 09/14/1995
Investment banker Felix Rohatyn and former White House chief of staff Thomas McLarty on the state of the economy.
World, PoliticsAir Date 09/14/1995
Israeli ambassador to the U.S. Itamar Rabinovich analyzes the steps taken toward peace in the Middle East.
Henry Kissinger; State of the Economy; Itamar Rabinovich
World, Politics, BusinessAir Date 09/14/1995
Kissinger on Bosnia; Felix Rohatyn and Thomas McLarty on the state of the U.S. economy. Israeli ambassador Itamar Rabinovich.
World, PoliticsAir Date 09/14/1995
A look at the conflict in Bosnia with former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and guest host Mortimer Zuckerman of U.S. News & World Report.
Books, HistoryAir Date 09/13/1995
Author Studs Terkel on his new book, "Coming of Age," made of interviews with people aged 70-90 about the 20th century.
Society, LawAir Date 09/13/1995
Adam Walinsky of the National Committee for the Police Corps on rising crime rates throughout America and what can be done.
BooksAir Date 09/13/1995
Author Dorothy Allison shares her new memoir about her complicated childhood, "Two or Three Things I Know For Sure."
Adam Walinsky; Studs Terkel; Dorothy Allison
Books, Society, Law, HistoryAir Date 09/13/1995
Adam Walinsky addresses rising crime rates. Studs Terkel on "Coming of Age"; Dorothy Allison shares her new memoir.
The Federal Budget
PoliticsAir Date 05/15/1995
A conversation about the plans put forth by Republicans, in hopes of balancing the federal budget by 2002.