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Amanpour and Company

April 5, 2021

56m 7s

Barry Gibb, the last surviving member of the Bee Gees reflects on his legendary career. Musician Jon Batiste discusses his new album. Judy Collins explains why she's restating her iconic 1964 performance at The Town Hall in New York.


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Play April 9, 2021

Experts reflect on the life and legacy of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh. Plus: Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh discusses efforts to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.

Play April 8, 2021

Donald De Lucca and Laura Coates discuss the ongoing trial of Derek Chauvin. Regina King and Kemp Powers discuss their new movie "“One Night in Miami…” Tax law professor Dorothy A. Brown talks about the racism present in tax policy.

Play April 7, 2021

Rep. Linda Sanchez discusses a new immigration bill. Attorney Andrea Martinez reveals the human stories behind immigration. Jodie Foster and Nancy Hollander discuss the film "The Mauritanian." Reuben Miller discusses his book "The Afterlife of Mass Incarceration."

Play April 6, 2021

Fmr. UK Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Westmacott discusses American democracy and foreign policy under the Biden administration. Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) explains why he voted to convict Donald Trump. Samantha Stark, director of “Framing Britney Spears,” discusses the ugly side of celebrity and fame.

Play April 5, 2021

Barry Gibb, the last surviving member of the Bee Gees reflects on his legendary career. Musician Jon Batiste discusses his new album. Judy Collins explains why she's restating her iconic 1964 performance at The Town Hall in New York.

Play April 2, 2021

Christiane speaks with Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund Kristalina Georgieva about the global economy. She also speaks with tennis legend Rafael Nadal ahead of the Australian Open. Walter Isaacson speaks with Ezra Klein of the New York Times about his hope for reform of the two party system.

Play April 1, 2021

Should President Biden reverse the Trump administration’s withdrawal from the Iran Nuclear Deal? Experts Nathalie Tocci and Vali Nasr weigh in. Director Stacey Holman discusses her new PBS series “The Black Church.” Director Lee Daniels joins Michel Martin to discuss his new film “The United States vs. Billie Holiday.”

Play March 31, 2021

Marty Baron joins Christiane for his first television interview since announcing he will step down as The Washington Post’s executive editor. Ahdaf Soueif and Ahdaf Soueif reflect on the 10th anniversary of the Arab Spring. Former prisoner Chris Young and former judge Kevin Sharp discuss the criminal justice system.

Play March 30, 2021

Ebs Burnough discusses his new documentary “The Capote Tapes.” Artist Kehinde Wiley discusses social change and Black Lives Matter. Comedians W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu talk politics.

Play March 29, 2021

Singer/songwriter Phoebe Bridgers joins Christiane. Fmr. ambassador Derek Mitchell discusses how the U.S. can help preserve democracy in Myanmar. Constitutional law expert Noah Feldman examines the legal arguments at play in impeachment. New Yorker writer Ronan Farrow tells Michel Martin about his investigation into three different rioters who participated in the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection.

Play March 26, 2021

Paola Ramos; Nasser al-Kidwa; Phillip Atiba Goff; Tracie Kessee; Mahani Teave

Play March 25, 2021

Chinese ambassador to the U.S. Cui Tiankai gives an exclusive interview on U.S.-China relations and Beijing's treatment of the Uyghur population. "Bring Back Our Girls" author Joe Parkinson discusses Boko Haram's 2014 kidnapping of nearly 300 Nigerian girls. I- MAK co-founder and executive director Priti Krishtel discusses vaccine nationalism and the problem with the United States' patent system.

Play March 24, 2021

WHO's chief scientist Soumya Swaminathan discusses vaccine inequity. Novelist Tim O'Brien reflects on his life, career and family. Former priest James Carroll explains why he's calling for reform within the Catholic Church.

Play March 23, 2021

Author Dave Cullen discusses yesterday's shooting in Boulder, Colorado alongside Tom Mauser, the father of Columbine victim Daniel Mauser. UK Labour MP Jess Phillips discusses the epidemic of misogynistic violence. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson joins Walter Isaacson to explain how his new book "Cosmic Queries" tackles some of science's most perplexing questions.

Play March 19, 2021

Israel’s Labor Party leader Merav Michaeli discusses her country's election. Turkish novelist discusses femicide and misogynistic violence. Derek DelGaudio explains his journey from card cheat to illusionist. Roya Beheshti reflects on the legacy of her late friend, mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani, who was the first woman and Iranian to win the Fields Medal in 2014.

Play March 17, 2021

Former Homeland Security official Elizabeth Neumann discusses immigration reform. John Hume Jr. and Martin Luther King III reflect on the peace movement and their fathers’ legacies. In a conversation recorded before Tuesday's events in Atlanta, pro basketball player Jeremy Lin Jeremy Lin explains why he chose to speak out after being called “coronavirus” by a fellow player on the court.

Play March 16, 2021

Anthony Costello; David Spiegelhalter; Mandu Reid; Jackson Katz; Jahana Hayes

Play March 15, 2021

Former Brazilian health minister Luiz Henrique Mandetta discusses the COVID-19 crisis in his country. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss vaccines, taxing the rich and the future of work in the U.S. Filmmakers Waad Al-Kateab and Gianfranco Rosi reflect on 10 years of war in Syria.

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