CBS News made television history with the groundbreaking series "Person to Person," hosted by legendary newsman Edward R. Murrow. Each week from 1953 to 1958, Murrow, seated in his armchair in New York, took viewers by remote into the private homes of the most famous people on the planet.
Now, a CBS icon is back for a new generation. "Person to Person" co-hosts Lara Logan and Charlie Rose take you inside the homes of actor George Clooney and rocker Jon Bon Jovi, and into the private office of billionaire Warren Buffett.
The actor, billionaire and rocker share their most prized possessions and the unforgettable stories behind them.
He's been called "The last movie star," "a man's man," "a woman's man" and "one of the smartest people in Hollywood." It is good to be George Clooney.
The actor just brought home a Golden Globe and is nominated for two Oscars for his work in "The Descendants" and "The Ides of March." "Person to Person" goes inside the Los Angeles home of the actor, writer, director, and humanitarian.
Warren Buffett is one of the richest men in the world. His company, Berkshire Hathaway, owns or has a stake in over 70 businesses such as Coca Cola, IBM, and American Express. But this is no ordinary billionaire. He's giving 99 percent of his wealth to charity and he thinks rich people should pay higher taxes.
"Person to Person" takes you inside Buffett's inner sanctum. His private office in Omaha, Neb., is as unconventional as the man himself.
Jon Bon Jovi grew up a working-class kid in New Jersey. Today he's one of the most successful artists in music history.
Bon Jovi fills stadiums with his fans and sells albums by the millions... yet he's a down-to-earth family man and dedicated philanthropist. He's still in Jersey... but across the river in Red Bank now, and has a slightly bigger house.