May 26, 2006 |
Charlie Rose is recovering from the heart operation he underwent in Paris in March but says he hopes to return to his PBS talk show next month. He's grateful things aren't worse. "You're talking to someone who's very, very lucky. It could have gone the other way," Rose, 64, told the Daily Dispatch of Henderson, N.C., his hometown. Rose, who lives in New York City, said he's spending his time reading, walking, visiting with friends and dining out.
January 3, 1993 |
Nighttime seems to be the right time for Charlie Rose, who gained a loyal wee-hours following during his 1984-90 stint as the anchor of CBS' "Nightwatch." After an unhappy six-month foray into tabloid television as host of Fox's "Personalities," Rose hooked up with PBS' New York affiliate, WNET. For the past 15 months, the Emmy-winning journalist has hosted--and executive-produced--the hourlong late-night interview program "Charlie Rose," which makes its national debut Monday.
June 6, 2012 |
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush told “CBS This Morning” anchor Charlie Rose that “under no circumstances” will be a running mate for Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney but is not ruling out running for the White House in the future. “I'm not going to do it, and I'm not going to be asked and it's not going to happen,” Bush said Tuesday when asked about being the running mate for Romney. “That doesn't mean I don't have a voice. Doesn't mean I don't want to enthusiastically support Mitt Romney.
May 20, 2013 |
Because anchoring “CBS This Morning” five times a week in addition to hosting his own nightly talk show apparently isn't enough for Charlie Rose, the ubiquitous TV personality will launch a new show this July on PBS, the network announced Monday. The 30-minute “Charlie Rose Weekend” will air Friday nights at 8:30. According to a statement from PBS, the prime time show will draw on conversations from his late-night program and will “capture the defining moments in politics, science, business, culture, media and sports in a fresh, engaged, and smart presentation.” The program also promises to make use of social media and technology.
March 15, 2010
The Early Show Bobby Flay. (N) 7 a.m. KCBS Today Michael Lewis; Todd Bridges; Jason Priestley; Bethenny Frankel; Jeff Daniels. (N) 7 a.m. KNBC Live With Regis and Kelly Jennifer Aniston; The Script performs. (N) 9 a.m. KABC The View Jessica Simpson. (N) 10 a.m. KABC The Doctors Liz Vaccariello, editor in chief of Prevention magazine, joins the doctors to discuss home remedies for common ailments; secrets for youthful skin; curing sore muscles.
June 6, 1990 |
Charlie Rose is leaving the overnight CBS interview program "Nightwatch" for a daily interview show on the Fox network. The Emmy winner who has headed "Nightwatch" since it began in 1984 will join "Personalities" as its anchorman, Fox announced Tuesday. "Personalities" has already been cleared by 115 stations across the country for either late-afternoon or early evening airing, and is designed as a hard-news companion piece for "A Current Affair."