CBS goes 'Person to Person'by jmaloni
CBS News' "Person to Person" will air as a television special on Wednesday, Feb. 8 (8 p.m.). Meet today's legends and newsmakers, not in public, but in private - inside their homes, inside their lives.
George Clooney gives co-anchors Lara Logan and Charlie Rose a tour of his Los Angeles home, while Warren Buffett opens the door to his Omaha office, and Jon Bon Jovi welcomes "Person to Person" to his magnificent home on the Navesink River in New Jersey, including his private recording studio.
Clooney, Buffett and Bon Jovi share their most prized possessions and the unforgettable stories behind them.
"What sets our broadcast apart is the unique access," says Executive Producer Susan Zirinsky.
"When someone opens their home, they're sharing a part of themselves that traditional interview programs can't reach," added Co-Executive Producer Judy Tygard.
When he originated the broadcast in 1953, Edward R. Murrow took viewers into the homes of icons such as John and Jacqueline Kennedy, Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart, and Elizabeth Taylor. Today, more than 50 years later, the allure of a rare glimpse behind the public personas of some of the most beloved and respected cultural icons remains. "Person to Person" shows how Hollywood's most popular leading man unwinds away from the lenses of the paparazzi, where perhaps the world's most successful investor conducts his billion-dollar deals, and the home studio where one of the world's most legendary rockers composes and records his music.