Rose Makes ’60 Minutes’ Debut Sunday

Oct 23, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Charlie Rose makes his “60 Minutes” debut Sunday, Broadcasting & Cable reports. For his first report he interviews Texas billionaire and former Republican operative T. Boone Pickens. Rose, who also hosts PBS’ late-night talk show “Charlie Rose,” will contribute pieces to CBS News’ storied newsmagazine as his schedule permits. Rose was a correspondent for “60 Minutes II” until its cancellation in 2005.
—Christopher Perez

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  1. I guess B&C forgot his Debut in the late 1990’s, after “Some of my Best friends,” on CBS’ Gay -oriented Wednesday Nights, which turned into Wild Women of Wednesay” At 10 PM, 60 minutes aired.
    Yes this was at the same time “BETTE” aired.
    I just love fact checker not doing thier job… makes me realize how sharp I am!

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