BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) – As if Charlie Rose didn’t have enough jobs, he’s adding a fourth one.
The 71-year-old talk show host will oversee “Charlie Rose: The Week,” a 30-minute weekly program looking back at events in politics, business, sports, culture and the arts that will air on PBS.
In addition to the new show, Rose hosts his eponymous interview program on PBS, and on CBS he co-anchors “CBS This Morning” five days a week and contributes to “60 Minutes.”
Rose told a Television Critics Association session Wednesday that he sleeps about six hours a night, and takes two daily naps because he believes it makes him more efficient. He rises at 5 a.m.
He says he started his napping habit back in law school.
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