The Russia investigation and journalist Martin Smith
Author of "Collusion" and Guardian foreign correspondent, Luke Harding, and host of NPR's Embedded, Kelly McEvers, talk with Christiane Amanpour about the latest on Mueller's Russia investigation. Award-winning journalist and host of PBS's new Frontline documentary, Martin Smith, discusses the tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Love in the digital age and Hollywood's #MeToo movement
Editor of The New York Times Modern Love column, Daniel Jones, and host of the podcast "Note to Self", Manoush Zomorodi talk with Christiane Amanpour about finding love in the digital age. Ridley Scott, Director of "All the Money in the World" talks about Oscars season and Hollywood's #MeToo movement.
Shooting in a Florida and British pianist James Rhodes
Tom Sullivan, father of Aurora massacre victim and Dr Vivek Murthy, Former U.S. Surgeon General talk with Christiane Amanpour about the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida that killed 17. James Rhodes, a British pianist and a survivor of rape and sexual grooming as a child.
The latest scandal in Trump's White House and heightened political tensions in Iran
Former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm and Author Joshua Green talk with Christiane Amanpour about the latest scandal in Trump's White House. Canadian-Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari and Babak Namazi, son of imprisoned Iranian-American Siamak Namazi discuss the heightened political tensions in the region.
The Gates Foundation Annual Letter
Following The Gates Foundation's Annual Letter, Christiane Amanpour sits down with Bill and Melinda Gates to talk about sexual harassment within Oxfam, big tech and optimism in global development. Author Ronen Bergman discusses whether the Middle East is on the brink of another war.