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092314charlierose KWSU - CHARLIE ROSE, Tue. SEPTEMBER 23rd @ 8p

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and scientists in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions.


092314finding-your-roots-with-henry-louis-gates-jr-1 KTNW - FINDING YOUR ROOTS: IN SEARCH OF OUR FATHERS, Tue. SEPTEMBER 23rd @ 8p

Three guests know almost nothing about their fathers' past. Stephen King's father walked out on the family when Stephen was two years old and never returned; Courtney Vance's father was a foster child and never knew who his biological parents were - after his suicide, Courtney wants to learn more about his roots; and Gloria Reuben's father was 78 years old when she was born - he died when she was young, taking the secret of his ancestry with him.


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