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Charles Osgood tribute: Harry Smith
00:06 — The former "Early Show" anchor pays tribute to the longtime host of "Sunday Morning."
"Sunday Morning" theme by the Boston Pops
02:38 — Members of the Boston Pops perform Gottfried Reiche's "Ablassen," the theme song of CBS' "Sunday Morning."
An autograph collector's obsession
02:41 — New York City stockbroker John Taeni has spent a lifetime amassing his collection of autographs - tens of thousands of signatures from world leaders a (more…)
"Sunday Morning" contributor Ben Stein on Charles Osgood
00:37 — Our commentator has nice things to say about the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
The cluttering of TV screens
01:08 — Charles Osgood on the proliferation of information that blocks viewers' views of TV news.
"Sunday Morning" contributor Faith Salie on Charles Osgood
00:57 — Our contributor has words of praise for the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
Charles Osgood tribute: "CBS This Morning," "Today," "GMA"
00:30 — The morning news anchors from CBS, NBC and ABC pay homage to the host of CBS' long-running "Sunday Morning."
Charles Osgood, family man
07:44 — Lee Cowan visits with longtime "Sunday Morning" host Charles Osgood and his family, to learn more about the man behind the bow tie.
From 2003: The artist Tony Bennett
02:33 — Charles Osgood offers a portrait of friendship - the special bond between artist Everett Raymond Kinstler and painter Anthony Benedetto, better known (more…)
Charles Osgood: Poet-in-residence
04:14 — Straight from the news, his subjects he'd choose: Martha Teichner with an ode to CBS News' resident wit and poet laureate, Charles Osgood.
An Osgood trademark: The bow tie
05:10 — If clothes make the man, then the bow tie is essential to Charles Osgood. Mo Rocca finds out how the "Sunday Morning" host tied the knot with his sign (more…)
Ramblin' Jack
08:29 — Folk singer Ramblin' Jack Elliott ran away to join the rodeo at age 15, fell in love with the cowboy life, and started spilling folk songs in a way th (more…)
"French Chef" Julia Child
02:59 — Charles Osgood shares the kitchen with legendary television chef Julia Child, in a report that originally aired on November 19, 2000.
The Library of Congress, restored
08:16 — The monumental Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., is one of the most elegant testaments to knowledge in the world. Charles Osgood was given a to (more…)
"Sunday Morning" contributor Bill Flanagan on Charles Osgood
01:53 — The music critic and commentator offers harmonious words about the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
From 1982: Keith Haring
02:37 — In this profile which originally aired on October 20, 1982, Charles Osgood meets the subway graffiti artist whose paintings took Soho by storm.
Charles Osgood reflects on his career
01:06 — In this web exclusive, the veteran CBS Newsman talks with Lee Cowan about the joy he has experienced in his work.
The Boston Pops play "Brazil"
02:39 — Members of the Boston Pops Orchestra perform Ary Barroso's classic "Brazil."
"Sunday Morning" critic David Edelstein on Charles Osgood
01:24 — The film critic offers his loving critique of the departing "Sunday Morning" host.
"Sunday Morning" contributors' tributes to Charles Osgood
03:08 — Critics and commentators David Edelstein, Bill Flanagan, Nancy Giles, David Pogue, Faith Salie and Ben Stein share their love for the departing host o (more…)
A walk in Woodlawn Cemetery
10:11 — Opened in 1863, Woodlawn Cemetery, in the New York City borough of the Bronx, is comprised of 400 acres of lush wooded landscape populated by some of (more…)
Brush up your Shakespeare
08:29 — Don't try telling us that kids these days don't go in for Elizabethan drama. Seven thousand high school students from across the United States partici (more…)
Sculptor Louise Nevelson
08:49 — The 80-year-old artist - heralded for her sculptures throughout New York City - was honored with a rare solo show at the Farnsworth Art Museum in Rock (more…)
Nancy Drew turns 50
02:57 — The ageless teenage detective, created by Edward Stratemeyer, was celebrated at a 50th birthday party in New York City, featuring Stratemeyer's daught (more…)
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  • Premiered: January 28, 1979
  • Rating: None
  • Premise: An elegantly low-key Sunday-morning fixture on CBS since 1979, this Peabody and Emmy-winning magazine provides news and features on myriad subjects, with an emphasis on the arts. Each episode ends with nature footage---the relaxing sights and sounds of bir… (more)

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