Amanpour: Sherrod Brown, Jeremy Hunt & Daryl Davis
Christiane Amanpour is joined by Democrat Sherrod Brown of Ohio to talk about impeachment and his new book "Desk 88" which details the lives of the senators who sat at his Senate desk before him, including Robert F. Kennedy, and Al Gore Senior. Former UK Foreign Secretary and Conservative MP Jeremy Hunt discusses his party's approach to Brexit on the eve of the UK General Election. And our Hari Sreenivasan is joined by Daryl Davis, a black musician who has spent the past 30 years engaging in dialogue and - in some cases - ultimately befriending, members of the Ku Klux Klan and other white supremacist groups.
Amanpour: Michael Bloomberg, John Avlon, Dexter Filkins, Rana Ayyub, Christine Quinn and Daniel Russo
Former New York mayor and now democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg joins Christiane Amanpour in Madrid at the COP 25 climate summit. Political analyst and former chief speechwriter to Rudi Giuliani, John Avlon discusses the US presidential race. Dexter Filkins, staff writer at the New Yorker, and Rana Ayyub, global opinions writer at the Washington Post, tell Christiane about their recent collaboration investigating violence against the Muslim minority in India. And our Hari Sreenivasan talks to Christine Quinn, president & CEO of WIN, and Daniel Russo, principal of Bronx school PS 294, about the rise in child homelessness in America.
Amanpour: Farnaz Fassihi, Péter Szijjártó, Dread Scott and Christian Siriano
Farnaz Fassihi, from the New York Times, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the recent deadly protests in Iran. A 50 percent rise in oil prices triggered national unrest, and thousands of Iranians have taken to the streets in protest with deadly consequences. She gives her gives her view on the brutal crackdown on demonstrators. Péter Szijjártó, the Hungarian Foreign Minister, talks all things NATO as the summit took place in London this week. He discusses everything from migration, to climate change, to tensions with Ukraine, in a wide-ranging conversation. Artist Dread Scott looks back on his recent recreation of a Louisiana slave revolt from 1811, the German Coast Uprising. He outlines why he thinks so many people wanted to come together to recreate the forgotten rebellion. Our Alison Stewart sits down with designer Christian Siriano to find out more about his rise to the top of the fashion world. Known for his breathtaking visual imagination, and for championing body positivity and diversity on the runway, he talks about why he's not afraid to break the rules.
Amanpour: Russ Feingold, Mia Love, Rory Stewart and George Church
Russ Feingold, former Senate Democrat, and Mia Love, former House Republican, join Christiane Amanpour to dig down into the latest developments in Washington. As former Democratic favorite Kamala Harris drops out of the 2020 Presidential race and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announces that the house will draw up articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, they give their take on why recent events have unfolded as they have and the likely next steps of the big political players. Rory Stewart, the former British Conservative MP, talks about the urgent need to bring politics back to the center and why he's throwing his hat into the ring for London Mayor. From signaling issues on the Piccadilly line, to knife crime in the capital, he highlights key issues and how he hopes to solve them, should he replace current Mayor Sadiq Khan. Our Walter Isaacson sits down with George Church, professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School, to discuss his extraordinary work that ranges from growing human organs to resurrecting long extinct animals. He addresses the potential that genetic engineering holds, but also the ethical issues it poses.
Amanpour: Kay Bailey Hutchison, Michael Lewis and Jonathan Haidt
Kay Bailey Hutchison, U.S. Ambassador to NATO, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the key developments and dramas to come out of the NATO summit in London. Michael Lewis, author of "Fifth Risk" and "The Big Short," digs down into the political crisis unfolding on Capitol Hill, as the House Judiciary Committee hears its fist testimony from four constitutional scholars. He gives his take on the impeachment process so far and the future of the country. Our Hari Sreenivasan sits down with Jonathan Haidt, the social psychologist and co-author of "The Dark Psychology of Social Networks." He serves up solutions for what he calls the "outrage machine," that is spreading anger and toxicity.