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CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley
54 minutes | 4 days ago
CBS Sunday Morning, November 29, 2020
David Pogue looks at what happens following the announcement of effective coronavirus vaccines. Seth Doane talks with Charlie Mackesy, the British artist behind "The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse." Rita Braver interviews Meryl Streep, Candice Bergen and Dianne Wiest, co-stars of “Let Them All Talk.” Tracy Smith sits down with George Clooney, star and director of “The Midnight Sky.” Faith Salie looks at those wily urban survivalists, raccoons. Mo Rocca talks with peace educator Colman McCarthy; and Kelefa Sanneh meets three scientists who spent months in isolation this COVID season in a unique locale: a New England island, home to endangered seabirds.
40 minutes | 6 days ago
Sunday Morning: The Pet Project
This Friday: Sunday Morning on Prime Time We celebrate America's love of animals in all shapes and sizes in a one-hour primetime special, "Sunday Morning: The Pet Project."
53 minutes | 11 days ago
CBS Sunday Morning, November 22, 2020
Jane Pauley hosts our annual “Food Issue.” Lee Cowan looks at the rise in food insecurity in the U.S. Martha Teichner meets a bagel business consultant. Rita Braver looks at artistic soup tureens. Seth Doane learns the secrets of making tortellini. Jim Axelrod interviews chef Vikas Khanna, who has built a coalition to feed millions in India. Mark Whitaker discusses Black contributions to American cuisine with chef Marcus Samuelsson. Jonathan Vigliotti meets a heirloom bean entrepreneur. Nancy Giles asks why Americans are so sweet on snacks. Luke Burbank visits America’s oldest Chinese restaurant (in Butte, Montana); Tracy Smith interviews Kate Hudson, actress and World Food Programme ambassador. Conor Knighton visits a mint farm. Kelefa Sanneh discovers new variations in rainbow cookies, and Mo Rocca drinks a toast to applejack, a spirit that helped fortify the American Revolution.
34 minutes | 18 days ago
CBS Sunday Morning, November 15, 2020
President Barack Obama talks with Gayle King in his first TV interview since the election of Joe Biden. Conor Knighton digs into the artistic pies created by Instagram star Lauren Ko, author of “Pieometry”; Alina Cho sits down with Leonard Lauder, chairman emeritus and former CEO of global beauty behemoth Estée Lauder Companies. Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell talk with Tracy Smith about sharing love, and the screen, together.
45 minutes | 25 days ago
CBS Sunday Morning, November 11, 2020
Martha Teichner looks at the aftermath of this week’s presidential election. Barry Petersen checks out a revolutionary new form of implant surgery for amputees. Mo Rocca delves into the collaboration of comedian Steve Martin and New Yorker cartoonist Harry Bliss. Seth Doane talks with actress Sophia Loren about her new Netflix film, “The Life Ahead,” directed by her son, Edoardo Ponti. Kelefa Sanneh checks out how independent bookstores have been fighting to survive during COVID-19. Comedian Jim Gaffigan reflects on the end of an election marathon; and Lee Cowan chases down some Pappy Van Winkle, perhaps the world’s most coveted bourbon.
58 minutes | a month ago
CBS Sunday Morning 11/1
Conor Knighton explores how the study of grizzly bears’ hibernation may hold critical clues to advancing human health. David Pogue looks at the explosion in popularity of chess during the pandemic. Susan Spencer examines the mental health toll of COVID-19. Mo Rocca reports on the life of first lady and humanitarian Eleanor Roosevelt. Major Garrett looks at an Election Night tradition, the concession speech. Faith Salie accompanies a 104-year-old voter to the polls. Ben Mankiewicz interviews comedy legend Bob Newhart. John Dickerson offers advice on weathering Election Day stress, and Lee Cowan looks back on the career of Sean Connery.
59 minutes | a month ago
CBS Sunday Morning October 25, 2020
Barry Petersen sets out to find why people don't want to wait and what we can do to keep cool in an impatient world. Lee Cowan finds what makes a Guinness World Record. Steve Hartman reports on one kid's sweet relationship with a spooky buddy. Ben Mankiewicz reports on a film about his grandfather's struggle to complete the screenplay for "Citizen Kane." Mo Rocca looks back at the 1876 election. Seth Doane reports on how Europeans see the 2020 U.S. presidential election while Elizabeth Palmer reports on the view from Russia. Luke Burbank takes a look at how some places are setting up drive-thru haunted houses for Halloween, and John Dickerson discusses what to consider when casting your ballot.
52 minutes | a month ago
CBS Sunday Morning, October 18, 2020
David Pogue looks at how extreme weather events are bringing the issue of climate change home to more and more Americans. Erin Moriarty examines the key voting bloc of suburban women in battleground states. Nick Whitaker talks with Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza. Ben Mankiewicz checks in with actor Elliott Gould. John Dickerson discusses the perils of polls, and Tracy Smith discovers longtime Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth’s new passion: Japanese ink painting.
46 minutes | 2 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, October 11, 2020
David Pogue examines the Right to Repair movement, fighting electronics manufacturers that make it more difficult for consumers to fix broken devices. Tracy Smith finds out from N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo and his three daughters what living together in lockdown during the pandemic was like. Nicholas Thompson dives into the bizarre conspiracy theories propagated by the online figure QAnon. Mo Rocca investigates the debate over memorials to controversial historical figures. Ramy Inocencio reports from Shanghai on how China has reemerged from the pandemic, and Jim Axelrod looks at a bipartisan presidential tradition – golf.
57 minutes | 2 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, October 4, 2020
Rita Braver looks at how the careers of working mothers have faced added stress during the pandemic. Tracy Smith talks with defendants and filmmakers about the events depicted in a new film about unrest in 1968, "The Trial of the Chicago 7." Chip Reid looks back at "October Surprises" that had the potential to swing elections (or didn't.) And John Dickerson previews this week's vice presidential debate.
61 minutes | 2 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, September 27, 2020
Ted Koppel examines the controversy over qualified immunity, which shields police officers from civil lawsuits in many cases. Luke Burbank interviews comic actor Jim Belushi, who has a found a new role as a cannabis farmer. Nancy Giles finds out why an old-time craze, roller skating, is on a roll. And Mo Rocca witnesses some of the contraptions built by families in lockdown for this year’s Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
48 minutes | 3 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, September 13, 2020
Martha Teichner examines how America’s response to the coronavirus has been politicized. Rita Braver explores Washington, D.C.’s newest memorial, dedicated to Allied Commander and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Tracy Smith finds out how Keith Urban has continued to make music during the pandemic. And Mo Rocca looks at the history of presidential portraits. Those stories on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
49 minutes | 3 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning: September 6, 2020
According to recent studies, Americans spend 40 billion dollars a year tending to their 40 million acres of grass. So, no surprise coronavirus has made quarantined Americans -- fanatics and novices alike -- lawn-care crazy. Former FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok talks about leading Crossfire Hurricane, the Bureau's investigation into the Trump campaign's connections with Russian officials, and how he came in the cross hairs himself. A new YouTube documentary, "This Is Paris," reveals a never-before-told chapter in Paris Hilton's life that the socialite and social media influencer says was too painful to talk about … until now. Those stories and more on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
46 minutes | 3 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, August 30, 2020
Since the coronavirus and social distancing shut down nearly all indoor entertainment venues this summer, outdoor projections of movies may be just the ticket. As protests against police brutality take place around the country, people have been injured and maimed by what police call "less-lethal" weapons, often deployed without significant training. . These stories and more on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
51 minutes | 3 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning 8.23.2020
Schools across the country are reopening in the midst of a pandemic with a mix of in-person and virtual instruction. David Pogue reports on the insecurities, disagreements and fears about protecting children that remain. Conor Knighton introduces us to Wyoming pilot Peter Rork , who transports animals in need to adoption centers across the country through his non-profit, Dog Is My CoPilot. Matt Stutzman, one of the top-ranked archers in the country, has medaled in a sport that many would have thought beyond his reach: he was born without arms. He shares his story with Lee Cowan. 100 years ago the 19th Amendment, intended to empower women with the Constitutional right to vote, was just one vote short of ratification. In an interview with Face the Nation's" Margaret Brennan, historians discuss how suffragists won the long-pitched battle. Vanna White, the co-host of "Wheel of Fortune" talks to Mo Rocca about her 37 years revealing puzzle clues, and filling in for Pat Sajak during his recent emergency surgery.
59 minutes | 4 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning 8.16.2020
Ted Koppel investigates White House directives, granting vast powers to the president, that are so secret even Congress cannot see them. Erin Moriarty looks at the unprecedented demand for absentee ballots. David Martin looks back at the failed 1980 hostage rescue mission in Iran. Jane Pauley talks about recognizing signs of depression. And Nancy Giles shares the cool story behind the invention of popsicles.
45 minutes | 4 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning August 2, 2020
For about half of Americans, high-speed internet – a modern necessity, especially now during the COVID pandemic – is either unavailable or un-affordable. The island of Madagascar supplies 80% of the world's vanilla, a valuable cash crop that can be worth more, by weight, than silver. And we report on the medical value of hugs. Those stories on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
59 minutes | 4 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, July 19, 2020
John Blackstone looks at how the workplace may be different when -- or IF -- we go back to the office. Luke Burbank finds out why a city in Washington is printing money on wood. Michelle Miller talks with Oscar-winning actor Louis Gossett Jr. Mo Rocca visits with actress Kim Novak. David Pogue participates in the largest virtual choir ever assembled – 17,572 voices in all. And we look back at the life of civil rights activist and Congressman John Lewis. Those stories on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
56 minutes | 5 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning 7.12.2020
According to the CDC, people with chronic diseases, such as obesity, heart disease and type-2 diabetes, are a staggering 12 times more likely to die from the coronavirus – and Black Americans have a higher prevalence of many of these conditions. In Baltimore, medical staff from Johns Hopkins are joining forces with "trusted messengers" – including faith leaders from a historic local mosque – to address obstacles to improved health outcomes for the Black community. Allison Aubrey, of National Public Radio, reports. Dr. Jon LaPook on how wearing a mask can help prevent an infected person with no symptoms from transmitting the coronavirus to others. In 2019, more than 5.5 million Americans visited Italy, spending nearly $3 billion. But one travel industry group predicts this year may be the worst for tourism in decades – and last week the European Union extended its ban on American travelers. Seth Doane reports on how businesses in Rome have suffered not just from the pandemic, but from the economic fallout due to an absence of visitors. Melissa Gilbert, the actress who starred as Laura Ingalls in the long-running TV series talks with Mo Rocca at her "little house in the Catskills," about how the Michael Landon-produced show which examined themes of home, family, faith and community resonates today. Daylan McLee has a long, bitter history with the police: a false arrest, countless traffic stops. But when he witnessed a fiery accident involving a police car in Uniontown, Pa., in which a cop was trapped by flames, McLee – without hesitation – stepped toward the burning wreckage and rescued Officer Jay Hanley. Steve Hartman shares his story. These stories and more on this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."
57 minutes | 5 months ago
CBS Sunday Morning, July 5, 2020
Tracy Smith talks with comic actor and artist Jim Carrey about his “semi-autobiographical novel,” “Memoirs and Misinformation. "Norman Lear and Dick Van Dyke talk with Mo Rocca about the passing of a comedy giant, Carl Reiner. Ted Koppel reports on how the pandemic could mark the end of a New York City icon – yellow cab drivers; And Kelefa Sanneh reflects on Frederick Douglass' 1852 speech, "What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?."
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