Next Episode of CBS News Sunday Morning is
Season 2018 / Episode 29 and airs on 22 July 2018 13:00
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)
Newsmakers who passed away in 2016; actor Henry Winkler; Conor Knighton talks about America's national parks; a Charlottesville, Va., doctor who has delivered more than 10,000 babies; ``Atlas Obscura''; the year in review.
Virtual reality; the friendship between a man and an old race horse; musician Iggy Pop; filmmaker Lee Daniels; author Preston Child; artist Tyrus Wong.
The life and legacy of President Barack Obama; singer Jackie Evancho; actress Viola Davis (Fences (2016) and How to Get Away with Murder (2014)); Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning; Inaugural gown trends; White House photographer Pete Souza; New York's St. Paul's Chapel; dollhouse exhibit.
Saturday's Women's March on Washington; the inauguration of Donald Trump and the start of a new White House administration; actor Henry Winkler; hunting for white truffles in Italy; the men behind the McDonald's hamburger empire.
The U.S. Navy's newest hi-tech warship; the artists who create ski trail maps; the actors and creative minds behind the film ``Moonlight''; actor Dennis Quaid; Palm Springs, Calif.; journalist Rita Braver; the legacy of Mary Tyler Moore.
Scientific studies of twins; fashion designer Michael Kors; a cowboy boot maker in Texas; a tour of Palm Beach Island; the story behind Wonder Woman.
Singers who rely on lip-syncing their vocals during live performances; actress Emma Stone; singer-songwriter Lori McKenna; romance novels; designer Michael Kors; ``bro hugs''; New York's Electric Lady Studios.
Computer passwords; actor Damian Lewis (Billions (2016)); a Chicago artist turns potholes into art; author Gay Talese; filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice (My Name Is Emily (2015)); the hazard of the "reply all" email function; the creator of a Canadian program to provide homes for Syrian refugees.
Fashion designer Christian Siriano; actress Sally Field (Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)); filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice (My Name Is Emily (2015)); Oscar picks.
Rebuilding America's crumbling infrastructures; singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran; White House advisor Kellyanne Conway; philanthropist Melinda Gates; chef Bobby Flay; the history of the beret.
Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jonathan LaPook examines the latest advances in cancer treatments; singer Sheryl Crow talks about surviving breast cancer; a family use their son's struggle with cancer as the basis for a video game to help others.
A Las Vegas museum that displays famous neon signs; racecar driver Mario Andretti; designer Betsey Johnson; investigating why Denmark is considered the happiest place on Earth; an acclaimed cooking school in Ireland; comic Jim Gaffigan (Fargo (2014) and Drunk Parents (2017)).
White House press secretary Sean Spicer and TV host Sean Hannity (Hannity (2009)); actor Danny DeVito (It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2005) and Animal Crackers (2017)); the history of Wonder Woman; sportscaster Verne Lundquist; John McLaughlin paintings; the history of the phone booth; a Seattle couple collects rare fossils and crystals.
Agriculturalists work to safeguard the world's food supply; author Mary Higgins Clark; actor Alec Baldwin; a California winery that employs trained peregrine falcons; singer Willie Nelson; found Nazi U-boat and Allied ship.
Actress Jaclyn Smith; automation in the workplace; the licensing of viral video clips; airline travel points; the importance of the neighborhood bodega; entrepreneurial success stories; a virtual currency called Sardex.
Happy Easter. Mo Rocca tours the Vatican and speaks with Pope Francis; Edgar Degas exhibit at the St. Louis Art Museum; Rita Boncompagni Ludovisi, Principessa de Piombino; Perugina chocolate Easter eggs; singer Ricky Martin; Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.).
Potential budget cuts to the National Endowment for the Arts; a sound artist pursues true quiet in nature; filmmaker Sheila Nevins; Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg; actor Rob Lowe (How to Be a Latin Lover (2017) and author S.E. Hinton (The Outsiders (1983)).
Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus; musicians Daryl Hall and John Oates; astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson; author David Grann; President Donald J. Trump's first 100 days in office; director Jonathan Demme.
How law enforcement deals with prostitution in Seattle and Las Vegas; actress Diane Lane (Paris Can Wait (2016)); former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; actress Lucy Liu (Elementary (2012)); exhibit exploring music's influence on artist Marc Chagall; Norway's slow TV trend.
Air Force Colonel Kate Martinez talks about surviving the Brussels airport bombing; singer Johnny Mathis; actresses Christine Ebersole and Patti LuPone (Broadway's "War Paint"); comic Jim Gaffigan; actress Goldie Hawn (Snatched (2017)); a community works to support foster children.
Jane Pauley anchors from locations across Amsterdam; fashion designer Jessica Simpson; actress Bette Midler (Freak Show (2017)); thatched roofs; a couple who built a home of floating islands; a profile of the inventor of the Super Soaker and Nerf gun.
Interview with the three survivors of an attack on their platoon in Vietnam; comic Kevin Hart (Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017)); graduation at the Culinary Institute of America; musician Roger Walters; Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.); a cemetery located in Great Smoky National Park.
The history and evolution of AIDS; musician Roger Waters; comedy legends Dick Van Dyke, Carl Reiner and Norman Lear (If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast (2017)); a boat race from the coast of Washington to Alaska'; "A Doll's House, Part 2"; exclamation points; artist Kerry James Marshall.
A Long Island lobsterman, who fell overboard at night, shares his tale of survival; singer/songwriter Lorde; Broadway actor Tommy Tune; artist Elise Engler; the Yale Repertory Theatre; the Italian island of Murano; the enduring appeal...
The role of the media in the formation of Americas' opposing political viewpoints; the life and legacy of Gen. George Armstrong Custer; comic Dick Gregory; millennial fathers; Monterey Pop Festival; pianist Lang Lang; comic Jim Gaffigan.
The impact of the iPhone; a woman who has had two heart transplants shares her story; tennis player John McEnroe; comic Dick Gregory; singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper; glassmaking on the Italian island of Murano.
Guest host Lee Cowan, features: Manuel Bojorquez's report on the husband-and-wife storm chasing team Val and Amy Castor. Also: Jane Pauley profiles singer-songwriter John Mellencamp; Tracy Smith interviews bestselling author Herman Wouk, now 102, who recently published his latest book; Cowan visits Tombstone, Arizona, home of the world's largest rose bush, the "Shady Lady"; and Martha Teichner goes to South Carolina, where one family heirloom - the Bradford Watermelon - is making a comeback.
The Erie Canal; singer/songwriter Jack Antonoff; author Louise Penny; model Christie Brinkley; competitive cup stacking.
Former Vice-President Al Gore; Detroit race riots of 1967; author Linda Fairstein; museum exhibit of World War II photographs; musician Willie Nelson; fashion designer Betsey Johnson .
Chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook examines the latest advances in cancer treatment; singer Sheryl Crow talks about surviving breast cancer; a family use their son's struggle with cancer as the basis for a video game to help others.
Actress Jaclyn Smith; automation in the workplace; companies' return policies; the licensing of viral video clips; airline travel points; the importance of the neighborhood bodega; entrepreneurial success stories; a virtual currency called Sardex.
The public defender system in the U.S.; North Korea's nuclear capabilities; actor Jeremy Renner (Wind River (2017)); total solar eclipse of 2017; actor Ray Romano (Get Shorty (2017)); England's home design trends.
Public shaming via internet; actor Robert Pattinson; Illinois town know for some of the world's biggest things; increasing popularity of oysters; cast and creators of ``Stranger Things''; 95-year-old artist Francoise Gilot; TV personality Bill Nye.
Hurricane Harvey Updates; Jane Pauley anchors from locations across Amsterdam; fashion designer Jessica Simpson; actress Bette Midler; a couple who built a home of floating islands; a profile of the inventor of the Super Soaker and Nerf gun; the history of Italy's Vespa scooter.
Hurricane Harvey aftermath; disaster response tips; unusual art exhibits; Warroad, Minn.; singer Debbie Harry; actor Alec Baldwin; Black Panther Party co-founder Bobby Seale.
The latest on Hurricane Irma; former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton; Civil War memorials controversy; Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; aftermath of Hurricane Harvey; a football team's comeback after Hurricane Harvey destroyed their school.
Singer-songwriter Madonna; the chief carver of Mt. Rushmore; professional football player Tom Brady; latest smartphones; former tennis player Billie Jean King; actor Jake Gyllenhaal; author/illustrator Dav Pilkey.
Singer-songwriter Shania Twain; author J.K. Rowling; author Ann Patchett; actor Iain Armitage; unusual child name trend; fall movie previews; what's ahead in art; a museum of artifacts found by a sanitation engineer.
The challenges of finding skilled laborers to help rebuild following hurricanes Irma and Harvey; actor Bill Murray; the work of artist Piet Mondrian; author Dan Brown; actress Sofia Vergara; Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Businesswoman Ivana Trump; a man who makes globes by hand; singer Pink; the life and career of singer Tom Petty; actor Andrew Garfield.
Author Walter Isaacson talks about Leonardo Da Vinci; author Tom Hanks; TV host Jimmy Kimmel (Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2003)); artist Ai Weiwei; musician Harry Styles (One Direction); TV anchor Gretchen Carlson.
Cloud information storage; singer Darius Rucker; the famous shower scene in the movie ``Psycho''; tennis player Maria Sharapova; a remote national park in Alaska where people can hunt caribou; TV anchors Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough.
The magic business; a cemetery tour in Savannah, Ga.; singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus; an unusual undertaker; the 50th anniversary of Charles Kuralt's first ``On the Road''; actor Michael J. Fox; Joan Rivers' legacy; director John Carpenter.
Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner; singer-songwriter Art Garfunkel; author Ta-Nehisi Coates; director Kenneth Branagh; a watch once owned by Paul Newman sells for $17 million; Gabe Fleisher, 15, publishes a newsletter; legacy of the 747 jet airliner.
Musicians Faith Hill and Tim McGraw; editor Tina Brown; "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda visits hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico; former Maryland inmates who spent decades in prison, due to a law that was overturned in 2012; cartoonist George Booth; a look back at Casablanca (1942) on its 75th anniversary; a visit to Rooster Soup.
Lee Cowan(Substitute Host)
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