Sunday Morning

  • 1979
  • TV Show
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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 birds, animals or plant life, minus intrusive voice-over or music.

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Almanac: The birth and death of Shakespeare
01:53 — April 23, 1564 was the day traditionally given for the birthdate of the great English playwright, while April 23, 1616 found the Bard of Avon "passing (more…)
Nature: Redwoods
02:42 — We leave you this Sunday Morning after Earth Day in a grove of towering Redwoods in California. Videographer: Jamie McDonald
One young boy's hoop dreams
02:56 — Thirteen-year-old Jamarion Styles, of Boca Raton, Florida, lost his hands, and most of his arms, as an infant due to a rare bacterial infection. But t (more…)
Q&A: Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg
09:17 — On May 1, 2015, while vacationing in Mexico, the husband of Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, died suddenly; Dave Goldberg was (more…)
Calendar: Week of April 24
01:08 — "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead, from a Barbra Streisand birthday to President Trump's 100th day in office. Jan (more…)
Lin-Manuel Miranda on gov't funding for the arts
06:04 — The career of Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Pulitzer- and Tony Award-winning creator of the Broadway sensation "Hamilton," has benefited from grants from th (more…)
S.E. Hinton's "The Outsiders" at 50
07:39 — Published in 1967, "The Outsiders" by S.E. Hinton, centered on the emotional challenges of competing factions of teenagers, is considered a classic, a (more…)
By the Numbers: Bill O'Reilly
01:10 — "Sunday Morning" takes a look at the Fox News host whose career took a stunning turn following accusations of sexual harassment. Jane Pauley reports.
From the archive: The Sound Tracker
08:10 — Sound recordist Gordon Hempton is an "acoustic ecologist" who has traveled the world recording the sounds of nature, from birdsong to babbling brooks. (more…)
Blockbuster Video's unexpected sequel
04:15 — The first Blockbuster video rental store opened in 1985, and at its peak the company had 9,000 stores worldwide. But that was before Netflix. Blockbus (more…)
American royalty in Italy
07:05 — Just over half a mile from Rome's Trevi Fountain is Villa Aurora. Built in 1570, it is currently presided over by a princess born in San Antonio, Texa (more…)
The art of the Holy See
09:10 — Vatican City is the smallest independent state in the world - just 110 acres in area. But it draws more than six million visitors each year to the mon (more…)
Chocolate Easter Eggs of Italy
04:24 — Chocolate Easter Eggs are a big deal in Italy - and a major export for companies such as Perugina, which will produce millions of eggs to meet the hol (more…)
Sunday Profile: Ricky Martin
09:05 — Tracy Smith visits with Ricky Martin, who's joining a rarified club: stars big enough to have a Las Vegas residency. She talked with Martin during reh (more…)
Passage: Remembering David Letterman's Mom
01:52 — A life-long resident of small-town Indiana, Dorothy Mengering brought a bit of understated small-town humor to her memorable appearances on her son's (more…)
The saint and the pope
08:24 — When Cardinal Jorge Bergoglio of Buenos Aires chose his papal name, he took that of the founder of the Franciscan order. Mo Rocca looks into the histo (more…)
Nature: Colorado Rockies
01:46 — We leave you this Easter Sunday Morning in the Colorado Rockies, where Spring is in bloom. Videographer: Phil Giriodi
Bodegas: Living the American Dream
04:56 — Bodega is the Spanish word for a small neighborhood store, but in New York City, it's a small store that plays a very large role in the community. Mar (more…)
Sillier putty
02:36 — It's no stretch to say that Aaron Muderick is stuck on putty. His first love was classic Silly Putty, but that soon got old. Puttering with putty, he (more…)
A dating app you love to hate
02:31 — Hater is a dating app like no other: instead of matching you up with people that love the same things you do, it creates profiles based on what you ha (more…)
Kitto Katto: Japan's candy obsession
03:40 — Kit Kat candy is exceedingly popular in Japan, where the name itself promises good luck. Up to five million Kit Kat bars are sold every day, in dozens (more…)
Using images to fight extreme poverty
03:15 — Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist RenĂ©e Byer has traveled the world to capture the faces of people living on one dollar a day. She's used her cam (more…)
Mellody Hobson on rising consumer debt
01:48 — According to the credit rating agency Equifax, credit card companies issued more than 10 million cards to subprime borrowers last year; that's up 25% (more…)
The secrets of rewards travel
04:04 — Accruing points or miles can save clever credit card users thousands of dollars on travel and upgrades, but there are hazards. Anna Werner talks with (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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