Saturday, December 18, 2010

AC Talk Show Memories 12/18/10


Over the holidays we're going to be taking a look back at some of Anderson Cooper's appearances on talk shows. We'll get back to Sunday reading posts in January. Tonight we'll kick off our series with a several conversations AC has had with Charlie Rose on PBS.

August 2004:
This is a fascinating conversation that Cooper had with his friend Rose a few months after AC360 premiered. They touch on a wide range of topics including what AC wants 360 to be, portions of Cooper's interview with Jean-Bertrand Aristide, former President of Haiti and if Anderson Cooper ever envisions leaving CNN. Very timely stuff.




In August 2005 Cooper again talked with Charlie Rose, this time about the starving in Niger.






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2 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

I vaguely remember Anderson's interviews with Charlie Rose, so thanks for posting them. I agree that the 2004 interview is very relevant. Interesting to hear what Anderson wanted 360 to be.

judy said...

After hearing the Charlie Rose interview, I wondered where this Anderson went, the one that was interested in starving children and travel and everything revolved around 360.
But that all changed with Katrina and now he'd rather speak to Lady Gaga, and call her shows "amazing."
Such is celebrity and fame.
It changes people and not for the better.