James Corden chats about hosting "The Late Late Show" and his role in the film "Into the Woods."
Stephen joins Neil Young for a performance of "Who's Gonna Stand Up? (and Save the Earth)."
Paul McCartney details the evolution of the Beatles and sings a non-Beatles classic with Stephen.
Daniel gives Tony the opportunity to sing his dream duet.
Silvio Berlusconi reluctantly returns to Italian political life.
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Grizzly Bear talks about their smooth, jazzy indie music and harmonizes "Row, Row, Row Your Boat."
America's first Muslim congressman, Keith Ellison, fields a persuasive phone call from Mitt Romney.
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Harry Belafonte discusses his memoir, "My Song," and how he used his fame to create social change.
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