Amanpour: Nima Elbagir, Maria Ressa, Olafur Eliasson and Martha Minow
In a special report, CNN Senior International Correspondent Nima Elbagir confronts a priest accused of abusing some of the World's most vulnerable children in the Central African Republic. Maria Ressa, the CEO of social news network Rappler, talks about her experience of going toe to toe with the Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte. Olafur Eliasson, the artist famous for his use of the natural elements, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss how his work helps people connect with the climate crisis. And our Michel Martin sits down with Martha Minow, the former dean of Harvard Law School, to discuss her new book "When Should Law Forgive?" about the complicated intersections between law, justice and forgiveness.
Amanpour: Chris Ruddy, Susan Glasser, Daria Kaleniuk, Lauren Greenfield and Andy Bautista
Christiane Amanpour is joined by Chris Ruddy, CEO of Newsmax and Susan Glasser, Staff Writer at the New Yorker, to talk about the latest in the ongoing impeachment inquiry. Daria Kaleniuk, one of Ukraine's most respected anti-corruption activists gives her perspective on investigation and our Alison Stewart is joined by Director Lauren Greenfield and Former Philippine Elections Commission Chairman Andy Bautista, who talk about their new biopic of Imelda Marcos, "The Kingmaker".
Amanpour: Henk Ovink, Katharine Hayhoe, Joey Zwillinger and S. James Gates
Henk Ovink, Dutch special envoy for International Water Affairs, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the extreme flooding in Venice; the worst it has ever experienced. Katharine Hayhoe, atmospheric scientist, also weighs in on the climate crisis causing natural disasters around the world like the flooding in Venice, fires in California and smog in India. Joey Zwillinger, co-CEO of shoe company Allbirds, talks about developing his innovative and sustainable shoe brand. Our Walter Isaacson, sits down with Sylvester James Gates, professor and theoretical physicist, to reflect on co-writing, "Proving Einstein Right". He explores how scientists proved Einstein's ground-breaking theory of relativity all those years ago.
Amanpour: Nancy McEldowney, James Baker, Mark Ruffalo, Adam Frankel
Nancy McEldowney, former Director of the U.S. Foreign Service Institute, and James Baker, former FBI General Counsel join Christiane Amanpour to unpack the latest developments in the ongoing impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump. Mark Ruffalo, actor in new film "Dark Waters," and Rob Bilott, the lawyer who Ruffalo plays in "Dark Waters," reflect on working together in this new project. Bilott took on the chemical company Dupont after one of its West Virginia plants leaked a chemical known as PFO into the water supply. Our Walter Isaacson sits down with Adam Frankel, President Obama's former speechwriter and author of "The Survivors," to discuss his search for truth after uncovering a traumatic secret in his family.
Amanpour: Mike Rogers, Elizabeth Holtzman, Anthony Gardner, Jeff Greenfield and Carl Bernstein
Mike Rogers, former chair of the House Intelligence Committee, and Elizabeth Holtzman, former member of the House Judiciary Committee, join Christiane Amanpour to reflect on the first public hearing of the impeachment investigation. They give their thoughts on top U.S. diplomat Bill Taylor's testimony on Capitol Hill. Anthony Gardner, former U.S. Ambassador to the EU, gives his thoughts on the strategies employed by both Democrats and Republicans so far. Jeff Greenfield, journalist and author, and Carl Bernstein, former Washington Post reporter, reflect on past impeachment processes involving Presidents Nixon and Clinton. They give their take on how this impeachment compares.