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Barbra on TV: The 2000s

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57th Golden Globe Awards

January 23, 2000

Barbra received the Cecil B. DeMille Award.

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Watch Streisand's speech from the Golden Globes

Daytime Emmy Awards

May 19, 2000

Barbra Streisand honored Barbara Walters on the May 19th, 2000 Daytime Emmy Awards in a pre-recorded video. In the video tribute, Streisand said: "What a lifetime, and what a special body of achievement. I take pride that I was half of your very first show and that I was in such good company. Remember? President-Elect and Mrs. Carter? I can actually trace my life in the five interviews I've had of you. In fact, I was so tired of you badgering me about when and if I'd get married again, I did it. Now, what about you? Love, and congratulations."

Reel Models: The First Women of Film

May 30, 2000

American Movie Classics Cable

Barbra Streisand hosted and executive produced a brand-new TV documentary special called Reel Models: The First Women of Film, which premiered on American Movie Classics (AMC) on Tuesday, May 30, 2000 (8:00-9:00 p.m.). Co-executive produced with Cis Corman and directed by Emmy Award winners Susan and Christopher Koch (City of Hope), the program profiled the cinema's earliest female pioneers — Oscar-winning directors Dorothy Arzner (in whose name Women In Film presented Streisand with a special award in 1992), Lois Weber (actually the very first woman to direct, produce, write, and act in a theatrical feature back in the early silent era), and Alice Guy (a French film pioneer who invented the director's job), and screenwriter Frances Marion (a two-time Oscar winner who penned Garbo's first spoken words). Academy Award-winning actresses Shirley MacLaine, Susan Sarandon, and Hillary Swank, and Minnie Driver provide on-screen narration for each of the documentary's four segments. Barbra handles the opening and closing segments.

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November 3, 2000


Barbara Walters interviews Streisand.

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November 5, 2000

Barbra Streisand telephoned C-SPAN's live interview program on the “2000 Presidential Campaign” between 12:00 and 12:30 p.m. EST.

Barbra's call-in followed the program's screening of excerpts from the Nov. 3 20/20 feature where Barbra discussed politics with Barbara Walters and showed some of her Aug. 17 speech at the Democrats' Nomination Celebration Concert in L.A.

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The Rosie O'Donnell Show

November 6, 2000


O'Donnell showed a complete performance excerpt of “Send in the Clowns” from Streisand's Timeless television special. After that, Rosie showed Barbra's entire speech from the Nomination Celebration Concert, a giant fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee.

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Celebrity Profile: Barbra Streisand

February 7, 2001

E! Entertainment

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Barbra Streisand: Timeless

February 14, 2001
May 25, 2001


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The Directors: Barbra Streisand

April 4, 2001

Encore cable channel

Produced by Media Entertainment Inc. in cooperation with the American Film Institute (AFI), this first-ever stand-alone Streisand career documentary focuses on her three directorial efforts, Yentl, The Prince Of Tides, and The Mirror Has Two Faces. Featured is a never-before-seen interview with Barbra at home in Malibu discussing her work, as well as comments from Barbra's recent co-stars and collaborators, Lauren Bacall, Pierce Brosnan, Brenda Vaccaro, Mimi Rogers, Nick Nolte, and Marvin Hamlisch. Film clips and rare photographs are also shown.

“The Directors” DVD is available at


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AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Barbra Streisand

May 31, 2001


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“Christmas Memories” Electronic Press Kit

Filmed August 28, 2001

Footage of Streisand lip-synching to songs from Christmas Memories (2001 album), filmed at her house in Malibu. Directed by Mike Meadows; Director of Photography: Rick Walker.

53rd Annual Emmy Awards

November 4, 2001


Streisand sang “You'll Never Walk Alone” in honor of the victims of the attacks of September 11th. David Foster arranged the song; Bob Esty arranged and conducted the choir behind Barbra.

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Emmy Awards Post-Show

November 4, 2001

E! Entertainment

Streisand sat for an interview after the show, holding her Emmy.

74th Academy Awards

March 3, 2002


Barbra presented a special Oscar to Robert Redford.

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75th Academy Awards

March 3, 2003


Barbra presented Eminem with Oscar for Best Song; she also sat beside Meryl Streep in the group shot for 75th Oscar celebration.

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Oprah, Streisand and her dog Sammie Oprah after the show James Lipton and Streisand


October 14, 2003


Recorded in Chicago on September 10, 2003, Barbra performed “Smile” in front of a studio audience to promote The Movie Album.

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Oprah After The Show

October 14, 2003

Oxygen Cable Network

Streisand sat an extra half hour with Oprah for her Oxygen post-show series and took questions from the audience. (She also changed into white boots).

Inside The Actors Studio

March 21, 2004

NBC/Bravo Cable

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AFI 100 Years 100 Songs

June 22, 2004


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December 2—3, 2004


“You know, you're my first interview,” Barbra told her goddaughter, Caleigh Peters, who interviewed Barbra for Extra during the Meet the Fockers press junket.

Dateline NBC

December 12, 2004


Barbra and the cast of Meet the Fockers talked to host Matt Lauer.

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Moving Image Salutes John Travolta

December 12, 2004

USA Cable

Barbra saluted her friend John Travolta in a pre-recorded segment. She said: “John, I'm glad your creative talents are so self-evident because it means that I can spend this time talking about what a mensch you are. The people there already know about all the great films we've loved you in for 30 years. But do they know how good-hearted you are? How sweet and generous? And what an all-around good person and father you are? And husband, I might add. I congratulate the American Museum of the Moving Image on its salute to you, and I want everyone to know that of all your talents—acting, dancing, piloting planes—the most impressive is your talent as a thoughtful, caring, and loving friend. And I adore you.”

77th Academy Awards

February 27, 2005


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Good Morning America

September 22 & 26, 2005


Diane Sawyer interviewed Streisand about Guilty Pleasures, with footage from the Primetime interview.

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ABC Primetime Primetime

September 22, 2005


Diane Sawyer's 30 minute interview with Streisand. Rick Walker was Director of Photography for this interview segment.


October 17—18, 2005

UK Television

The Ellen DeGeneres Show

October 24, 2005


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PBS shows Tony Bennett Special EPK

My Name is Barbra & Color Me Barbra

March 2006

PBS Television Stations, USA

Many local PBS stations aired Streisand's 1965 and 1966 televisions specials for their pledge drives.

Tony Bennett: An American Classic

November 21, 2006


Streisand sang “Smile” with Bennett.

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North American Tour Electronic Press Kit

October 2006

Filmed on the tour stage between rehearsals, Streisand answers various questions about why she is touring and what the tour will be like. Her dog, Sammie, makes a cameo appearance.

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European Tour Electronic Press Kit

May 2007

Pre-recorded interview with Streisand about touring Europe in concert which was issued to local television stations for promotion.

80th Academy Awards

February 24, 2008


Streisand, in a pre-taped segment, reminisced about winning her Oscar for Funny Girl.

AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Warren Beatty

July 8, 2008

USA Cable

AFI video of Barbra's segment on YouTube

AFI video of Streisand speaking about McGovern

David Foster and Friends 2008 The Early Show CBS version of The Concert

Hitman: David Foster & Friends

December 2008

PBS [syndicated]

Recorded live at Las Vegas’ Mandalay Bay, this special featured special musical guests and Foster himself performing. It aired on local PBS stations in December. Streisand appeared in a pre-recorded segment (“David, thanks for spending part of your musical life with me”).

You can order a CD/DVD of Hitman: David Foster & Friends from, which includes Streisand's video segment.

The Early Show

December 30, 2008


Julie Chen interviewed Streisand while she was in Washington, D.C. to receive the Kennedy Center award. CBS integrated rare footage of Streisand singing Evergreen in her cream gown from her 1994 Madison Square Garden show, as well as newsreel footage of Streisand singing in Central Park in 1967.

Kennedy Center Honors

December 30, 2008


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Live in Concert 2009 Oprah 2009 CBS Sunday

Streisand: Live in Concert

April 25, 2009


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September 24, 2009


Streisand interviewed for her Love is the Answer album.

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CBS Sunday Morning

September 27, 2009

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The Today Show

September 29, 2009


Streisand spoke with Meredith Vieira about Love is the Answer and her performance at the Village Vanguard.

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Friday Night With Streisand & Ross

October 2, 2009


One hour interview with Jonathan Ross, promoting Love is the Answer. Streisand sang “In The Wee Small Hours of the Morning” and “If You Go Away.”

The Doctors

November 16, 2009


Streisand called into the show to discuss her passionate crusade to support heart health awareness for women, for which she created and endowed the Barbra Streisand Women’s Cardio Vascular Research and Education Program at Cedars Sinai Medical Center.

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Paul O'Grady Show interview    

The Paul O'Grady Show

December 7, 8, 10, 2009

UK Channel 4


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