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)
Actress Kate Winslet; the practice and power of meditation; actress Lily Tomlin; Chicago's architecture; an island in Japan where cats outnumber humans 10 to one; actor Michael Ian Black; the sinking of the Lusitania.
Sperm donors and the children they father; singer Rhiannon Giddens; the Goodyear Blimp; producer Norman Lear; Ernest Hemingway exhibit at the Morgan Library in New York.
Inventor Joy Mangano, the subject of the film ``Joy''; controversy regarding genetically modified organisms; comic book writer Stan Lee; actress/dancer Leslie Caron; The Monks of Norcia; Australian cake decorators.
President Barack Obama; former professional football players Tony Dorsett and Archie Manning discuss head injuries in the sport; actress Charlotte Rampling; expressionist painter Ernst Kirchner; restrictions on who can be president.
Band Coldplay prepares to headline the Super Bowl halftime show; financial implications of falling oil prices; actress Samantha Bee; actor Bob Odenkirk; Iowa Caucus preview.
What makes someone a sports fanatic; Super Bowl commercials; the National Park Service celebrates 100 years; director Tom McCarthy; Japan's toilet bowls; actor Jeff Daniels; TED Talks; panthers and broncos.
Climate change's impact on polar bears; songwriters Diane Warren and Lady Gaga; actors Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw; singer-songwriter Chris Isaak; descendants of presidents; a dessert restaurant called Better Than Sex.
Assisted death for those with terminal illnesses; books that aren't really books; actor B.J. Novak; Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park; actress Jennifer Jason Leigh; snow monkeys in Nagano, Japan; CIA Director Michael Hayden.
The history of movie trailers; actress Saoirse Ronan; singer Elton John; the level of truth in ``based on a true story'' movies; Academy Award historian Robert Osborne; the movie buff behind IMDB; Oscar picks; talk show host Tavis Smiley.
The threat of an earthquake and tsunami in the Pacific Northwest; singer Meghan Trainor; actress Holly Hunter; the life of artist Jackson Pollock; Arkansas' Hot Springs National Park; Salt and Pepper Collectors Convention.
The history of guns in America; talking to the NRA about arming citizens; the growing number of women who own guns; military veterans in Chicago work with teens in an effort to reduce gun violence; how the Marines are updating their firepower.
A profile of singer Gwen Stefani; interviews with Steve Martin and Edie Brickell; a report on why some people have better luck than others; a visit to a museum exhibiting the works of artist Norman Lewis; a tour of the CBS Broadcast Center.
CBS News Sunday Morning: Joel Osteen; the history of the Easter Bunny; an artist uses jelly beans to recreate paintings; WWE's Stephanie McMahon; Executive Vice President Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys; 150th anniversary of General Mills; critic David Edelstein.
News anchor Megyn Kelly; singer Chris Stapleton; new anchor Anderson Cooper and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt; the relationship between grandparents and grandchildren; Texas' Big Bend National Park; artist Corita Kent.
Joel Osteen; the history of the Easter Bunny; an artist uses jelly beans to recreate paintings; WWE's Stephanie McMahon; Executive Vice President Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys; 150th anniversary of General Mills; critic David Edelstein.
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