From April 1, 1997: Walter Cronkite and Katherine Graham sit down with Oprah recalling their careers reporting some of the biggest news stories. Oprah calls it a monumental mentor day hearing from two reporters she admires. Walter Cronkite speaks about his New York Times bestselling book, A Reporter's Life, where he shares his experiences covering some of the biggest news stories of his time from the assassination of John F. Kennedy, events of the civil rights movement and the first man to walk on the moon. Oprah also speaks with Katherine Graham about her book Personal History. She was the first woman to head a Fortune 500 company where she commanded Newsweek magazine, the Washington Post and television stations across the nation.