Next Episode of CBS News Sunday Morning is
Season 35 / Episode 15 and airs on 06 January 2023 14:00
CBS News Sunday Morning is an American newsmagazine television program that has aired on CBS since January 28, 1979. Created by Robert Northshield and original host Charles Kuralt, the 90-minute program currently airs Sundays from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. Eastern and Pacific Time (8:00 to 9:30 a.m. in all other time zones). The current host of the program is Charles Osgood, who took over duties from Kuralt upon his retirement on April 3, 1994, and has since surpassed Kuralt's tenure as host. Substitute anchors for Osgood include CBS correspondents Lee Cowan, Anthony Mason and Jane Pauley. (source: en.wikipedia.org)
The world cup of Quidditch; Barry Petersen visits Bhutan; Florida's Biscayne National Park; musician Bonnie Raitt; actor Eric Bana; author Faith Salie. A rarity for Hollywood, Academy Award-winner Kathy Bates invited CBS SUNDAY MORNING's Lee Cowan for a visit to her doctor as she battles Lymphedema, a debilitating and potentially disfiguring disease, stemming from her breast cancer surgery in 2012.
Nike founder Phil Knight has amassed a fortune estimated to be $25 billion and he intends to give most of it away, he tells Lee Cowan in a wide-ranging interview.
As Houston continues to deal with flooding and Ecuador and Japan struggle to recover from devastating earthquakes, relief groups and experts brace for the onslaught of people with good intentions donating items that simply can't be used in those areas. Humanitarian workers call it "The Second Disaster," as Scott Simon reports.
The use of marijuana by senior citizens in states where it is legal; musician Marc Anthony; Northwest Angle, Minn.; Rev. Schenck, a pro-life advocate who also supports strict gun control; a man who has walk almost every street in New York's boroughs.
Women waiting until later in life to have children; Mo Rocca visits the Paris, Mo., town where author George Hodgeman lived; singer Keith Urban; National Zoo panda Bei Bei; actress Allison Janney; YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.
A man's journey after waking from a coma; comic Fred Newman; tree climbing goats help create argan oil in Morocco; TV host Rachel Maddow; National Geographic Bee competitors.
A "By Design" the red edition. Included: to re-makeover experts Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines; "all-leisure fashion trend; golfer Jack Nicklaus; skyscraper design; Christian Dior's to re; city flag designs; custom fish tanks; Chinese food takeout boxes; Q-tips; umbrellas; Charlize Theron.
The growing issue of road rage; the three surviving members of the band, The Monkees, discuss their new album; Utah's Zion National Park; actress Jane Krakowski; Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell; Japanese flags taken by US soldiers in WWII.
Adventurer Colin O'Brady attempts to climb the seven tallest summits on seven continents; author James Patterson; actor Matthew McConaughey; the history of Carnegie Hall; behind the scenes of the musical "Waitress"; coloring books for adults.
Actor Sean Hayes; the Grateful Dead and John Mayer; the deadly shark attacks that inspired Jaws (1975); the musical "Hamilton"; the many ways Broadway actors learn their lines; the Great Sand Dunes National Park.
Happy Fathers Day; Richard Gere; Tim Daly (Madam Secretary (2014)); Jim Gaffigan (The Jim Gaffigan Show (2015)); America's growing fascination with ancestry; the relationship between pioneering photographer William Eggleston and his daughter Andra, a textile designer; the history of beards; an appreciation of socks.
The price of prescription drugs; museums featuring fashion as art; comic Tig Notaro; artist Duke Riley uses LED lights to turn a flock of homing pigeons into art; radio host Garrison Keillor; the set of "Outlander."
Author Bill O'Reilly talks history; singer Maren Morris; musician Weird Al Yankovic; efforts to use private funding to get young people to work on National Parks; artist Kadir Nelson; Harley Davidson enthusiasts in Shanghai.
The growing number of elderly athletes who continue to perform; photographer Arthur Grace; scientist Bill Nye; city dwellers moving to suburban areas that feature farms; singer Elton John.
A tour of Cleveland, site of the 2016 Republican National Convention; a visit to the Cleveland Play House with Joel Grey; an interview with Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins (2016); a visit with the band Chicago.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump; Philadelphia; actress Kristen Bell; first gentlemen; Philadelphia Mural Arts Program.
This rebroadcast of a special "Sunday Morning" program, with new segments and updates, looks at all aspects of the debate over our nation's gun culture, from the traditions of gun ownership to the victims of violence; from our Second Amendment rights to the fastest-growing demographic taking up firearms - women.
Elderly athletes who continue to go the distance; actor Hugh Grant; photographer Edward Mapplethorpe; the 50th anniversary of the first mass shooting at a school; Death Valley National Park; Bhutan's national sport; Andrew Lloyd Webber; cursing.
What to know before moving to Canada; the history of paper; runner Meb Keflezighi; musician Jon Batiste; actress Leslie Caron; California's Joshua Tree National Park; a review of the film "Hell or High Water
Using art to help children suffering from rare diseases; singer Barbra Streisand; director Meg Ryan; Santa convention; special needs kids make music using iPads.
The Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture with Quincy Jones; singer Demi Lovato; talk-show host Wendy Williams; reflections on the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks; Donald Trump supporters.
Musician Bruce Springsteen; musicians Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr; the odds of being lucky; the new season of books, movies and art; makeup artist Riccie Johnson; coloring books for adults; Denali National Park.
Celebrating Charles Osgood's 22-year run as host.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Hurricane Matthew; a preview of the presidential debate; placebos in medical research and testing; singer Celine Dion; actor Nick Nolte; the ancient art of Bonsai; national parks.
Actress Sarah Jessica Parker; Maria Elena Salinas reports on Hispanics in America; songwriter Carole Bayer Sager; Martha Teichner looks at the cultural significance of bumper stickers; Lee Cowan visits S.C. Johnson.
Singer-songwriter Phil Collins; author John Grisham; columnist Maureen Dowd, The New York Times; the disappearing glaciers from national parks in Alaska and Montana.
Carnegie Medal winners; singer Lady Gaga; retired professional football player Steve Young; actor Casey Affleck; quilts inspired by heavy metal music.
Eyewitnesses to the attack on Pearl Harbor; President Franklin D. Roosevelt's response to the attack on Pearl Harbor; musicians Keith Richards and Mick Jagger; actor Billy Bob Thornton; a photographer who takes portraits of transgender people.
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