Amanpour: William Burns, Evan Thomas and Shane Bauer
William Burns, the veteran U.S. diplomat and author of "The Back Channel: A Memoir of American Diplomacy" joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss President Bolsonaro of Brazil and President Trump's press conference at The White House. Author Evan Thomas talks about his book "First: Sandra Day O'Connor" and the legacy of the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Our Michel Martin talks to Shane Bauer, author of "American Prison" about being an undercover prison guard in Louisiana.
Amanpour: Lianne Dalziel, Christian Picciolini, Henry Singer and Steven Van Zandt
Lianne Dalziel, the Mayor of Christchurch, New Zealand, joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the aftermath of the shooting at mosques on Friday. Christian Picciolini, the author of "White American Youth" and the founder of the Free Radicals Project talks about his experience turning his back on his white supremacist past. Henry Singer, the Co-director of "The Trial of Ratko Mladic" discusses the process of making the documentary. Our Walter Isaacson talks to musician and actor Steven Van Zandt about his Rock and Roll Forever Foundation and his new album, "Summer of Sorcery".
Amanpour: Kevin Rudd, Jonathan Greenblatt, Peter Neumann, Bill Weir, Atika Shubert, and Michael Sandel
As the world continues to reel from the terrorist attack on mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, Kevin Rudd, the former Australian Prime Minister joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss the shooting. Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League and Peter Neumann, the Director of the International Centre for Study of Radicalisation & Political Violence, talk about the attacker's ideology and the spread of far right extremism. CNN Correspondents Bill Weir and Atika Shubert report from New York and Stockholm respectively on the groundbreaking youth climate strikes happening all over the globe. Our Hari Sreenivasan talks to Harvard Law Professor Michael Sandel about public discourse.
Amanpour: Dr. Mahamed Hashi, Mikey Davis, Laurie Halse Anderson and Matthew Walker
Dr. Mahamed Hashi, a youth worker and co-founder of the Brixton Soup Kitchen in London and Mikey Davis, a Program Specialist at Cure Violence in Chicago join Christiane Amanpour to discuss knife crime. Our Alicia Menendez talks to author Laurie Halse Anderson about her new book "Shout" and how she believes rape culture is getting worse. Matthew Walker, the neuroscience and author of "Why We Sleep" discusses why our lives depend on sleep.
Amanpour: Lawrence Summers, Lang Lang and Arthur Brooks
Lawrence Summers, the former President of Harvard University, joins Christiane Amanpour in London to discuss the college admission scandal. Internationally renowned pianist Lang Lang discusses his foundation and how he hopes his new work "Piano Book" will help to inspire the next generation of musicians. Our Michel Martin sits down with Arthur Brooks to discuss his book "Love Your Enemies".