Tom Tugendhat joins to discuss the killing of a U.K. Conservative Member of Parliament - Sir David Amess. EU foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, joins to discuss a number of the EU's pressing concerns. Andrew Yang ran for president in 2020 and for mayor of New York earlier this year; now he’s leaving the Democratic Party entirely to launch the Forward Party.
The global energy crunch is hitting supply chains and consumers hard, interfering with the effort to recover from the pandemic and last year’s harsh winter. Julie Delpy aspires to change our outlook on aging with her new series "On the Verge." In Dave Grohl's memoir "The Storyteller," he charts growing up in Washington, D.C., touring as a teenager, and his friendship with the late Kurt Cobain.
Doctors Ugur Sahin and Özlem Türeci changed the course of history when their company BioNTech, alongside Pfizer, developed the first clinically approved Covid-19 vaccine. 'Impeachment: American Crime Story' has the full backing of Monica Lewinsky herself, who is played by actress Beanie Feldstein. In their new joint memoir "The Boys," Ron and Clint Howard celebrate their decades of brotherhood.
Michel Barnier, the EU's unflappable Brexit negotiator, has laid out his experience in a new book called "My Secret Brexit Diary." Danish Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen is on a state visit in New Delhi now, to convey the urgency of the climate crisis. In its 138-year history, the Metropolitan Opera has never hosted a performance by a Black composer -- until now.
The European Commission's Vice-President discusses the migrant crisis. The Atlantic's Ed Yong explains how we can prepare for the next pandemic. "Sex Education" creator Laurie Nunn discusses the show's third season.
Anita Hill discusses her new book "Believing: Our Thirty Year Journey to End Gender." Military historian Richard Kohn weighs in on General Milley's testimony before the Senate. World Without Hate founder Rais Bhuiyan explains why he has dedicated his life to breaking the cycle of violence. The late artist Christo's nephew Vladimir Yavachev reflects on his uncle's legacy.
Climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe discusses her new book "Saving Us." Colombia’s outgoing president Iván Duque reflects on his time in office. The New York Times' Berlin bureau chief Katrin Bennhold reflects on the end of Angela Merkel’s 16-year chancellorship in Germany. YouTube's Chief Product Officer Neal Mohan explains how the platform is handling the misinformation crisis.
Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield discusses this week's UN General Assembly. Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani, Qatar's foreign minister, discusses his country's role in the situation in Afghanistan. Former U.S. Marine Corps Infantry Officer Ian Cameron explains the lessons he thinks must be learned from America’s failed war in Afghanistan.
The United Nations General Assembly week has kicked off in New York. The President of the European Commission and the UN High Commissioner for Refugees each join Christiane to discuss. Plus: Filmmaker and actor Justin Chon discusses his new film "Blue Bayou," and singer/songwriter Yola explains the inspiration behind her new album "Stand for Myself."