Festus Mogae; Salman Rushdie; Michael Caine

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Wednesday 12/06/2006

Festus Mogae, president of the Republic of Botswana, discusses the diamond trade, which comprises 75% of Botswana's GDP, as well as the governmental programs to stop the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Author Salman Rushdie talks about how his memories of Kashmir influenced him to write "Shalimar the Clown." Actor Michael Caine does impressions, names his three favorite films to make, and chats about "The Prestige" starring Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale as rival magicians.