Amanpour: Michael Collins, Charles Fishman and Kati Marton
Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins reflects on the historic mission which saw Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin become the first humans to walk on the moon. Then, Charles Fishman tells Christiane Amanpour about the hundreds of thousands of Americans that made the Apollo 11 mission possible, which he details in his book "One Giant Leap". Finally, author and journalist Kati Marton tells our Walter Isaacson about her journey from communist Hungary to America, and the legacy of her late husband, the legendary diplomat Richard Holbrooke.
Amanpour: Yair Lapid, Dina Nayeri and Amanda Little
Former Israeli Finance Minister Yair Lapid joins Christiane Amanpour from Tel Aviv to discuss September's general election rerun. Then, Dina Nayeri, author of "The Ungrateful Refugee", details her experiences growing up as a refugee in Oklahoma. Finally, Amanda Little, Professor of Investigative Journalism at Vanderbilt University, tells our Hari Sreenivasan about her new book "The Fate of Food".
Amanpour: Kori Schake, Alistair Burt, David Crosby and Jamil Jivani
Former UK minister for the Middle East Alistair Burt and Deputy Director-General of the International Institute for Strategic Studies join Christiane Amanpour in London to discuss U.S.-Iran tensions. Then, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame musician David Crosby reflects on his life and legacy. Finally, Jamil Jivani, author of "Why Young Men", tells our Michel Martin about how he escaped the prospect of a life of crime and gang violence to study at Yale Law School.
Amanpour: Kris Kobach, Cecillia Wang, Steven M. Gillon, Carole Radziwill and Rujeko Hockley
U.S. Republican Senate Candidate from Kansas Kris Kobach discusses the fallout from a series of racist tweets by President Trump attacking Democratic congresswomen. Then, ACLU Deputy Legal Director Cecillia Wang talks about her efforts to block Kobach-inspired legislation. Steven M. Gillon, author of "America's Reluctant Prince", and Carole Radziwill, widow of JFK Jr.'s best friend, celebrates JFK Jr.'s life and legacy 20 years after his death. Finally, Rujeko Hockley, co-curator of the Whitney Art Museum Biennial 2019, tells our Alicia Menendez about the latest exhibition.
Amanpour: Will Hurd, Isha Sesay and Richard Florida
U.S. House Republican Will Hurd joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss a series of racist tweets by President Trump attacking Democratic congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Ayanna Pressley. Then, former CNN correspondent Isha Sesay discusses her new book Beneath the Tamarind Tree about the search for the Chibok schoolgirls in Nigeria and the failed #BringBackOurGirls campaign. Finally, urban studies theorist Richard Florida tells our Walter Isaacson about the divide between the city and suburbia in America.