Andrew Denton, a popular Australian interviewer and comedy writer, spoke to Richard Dawkins as part of Denton's "Elders" series. It was probably one of the worst interviews I've seen for some time. Denton repeatedly tried to take Dawkins where he didn't want to go - talking about his inner feelings.
Dawkins explicitly rejected opportunities to disclose personal feelings and that's his right. Denton asked for word definitions like 'wisdom' as a way of getting Dawkins to talk about himself. This obviously made him uncomfortable - he kept saying use a dictionary instead. I found, surprisingly, Denton continued this line of questioning instead of then changing direction to make the interview more effective. The whole aim of this type of "celebrity" interview is to garner as much information as possible - let the interviewee talk.
Finally the interview finished and Dawkins had virtually left before the final wrap-up.
Here's the link to the ABC. The transcript or video isn't there yet. ABC television page