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Small Wonders: Q-Tips
02:40 — The Q-Tip hit the market in the 1920s as a tool for baby care. Since then, it's gone from wooden sticks to paper sticks, but one thing has never chang (more…)
A history of the America's Cup
02:28 — The most storied of sailing races, the America's Cup, first run in 1851, has seen countless changes over the years. Charles Osgood offers a look back (more…)
Fiddle Leaf Fig, the favored plant for home design
03:03 — Upon looking around her home, Nancy Giles noticed that it was missing something that would pop. When she went to New York's flower district, she disco (more…)
Small Wonders: Chinese Take-Out Boxes
02:52 — Nothing says "dig in" like the unmistakable Chinese take-out box - which is, in fact, a uniquely American invention. Susan Spencer dives into the fami (more…)
A British designer's innovative visions
05:04 — In Thomas Heatherwick's work, from building projects across the globe to household furniture, you won't find a signature style. However, the acclaimed (more…)
The couple behind "Fixer Upper"
05:24 — Chip and Joanna Gaines are the rising stars of HGTV's hit home renovation show, "Fixer Upper," and they've turned, Waco, Texas into the Renovation Cap (more…)
A history of Newport, R.I. landmarks
01:41 — "Sunday Morning" host Charles Osgood explores two historic mansions from the scenic shores of Newport, Rhode Island: The Breakers, the world-famous, 7 (more…)
Jack Nicklaus on Trump: "He's turning America upside-down"
01:06 — Six-time Masters champion Jack Nicklaus has designed golf courses all around the world, including for some Donald Trump properties. In this web exclus (more…)
The brains behind Freakonomics
07:06 — Steve Levitt and Stephen Dubner, the innovative and controversial creators of "Freakonomics," meld pop culture with data to upend conventional wisdom, (more…)
Nature: Wild turkeys
02:32 — This week's moment in nature takes us to the Sierra Diablo Mountains in west Texas to watch some wild turkeys that managed to avoid the Thanksgiving h (more…)
Watching the red carpet
02:18 — Contributor Nancy Giles believes that the red carpet is the best part of the Oscars, and suggests the origin of our fascination.
Robin Williams as the ghost of a Bengal Tiger
06:34 — Robin Williams sat down with Harry Smith to discuss his latest role on Broadway portraying the ghost of a Tiger in "Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo."
Battered mini-golf course gets back on its feet
03:49 — Bill Geist meets Glenn Lynn, who has designed more than 400 mini-golf courses, and is adding one more to his list: Barnacle Bill's miniature golf cour (more…)
John Legend performs "Amazing Grace"
00:52 — Web extra: The Grammy-winning singer performs "Amazing Grace" for "Sunday Morning."
Architecting a winning smile
04:06 — Dental patients are requesting a lot more than just a fill and a cleaning, but are increasingly requesting a complete smile makeover. Richard Roth rep (more…)
Arizona Cacti
00:59 — This Sunday Morning nature piece takes you among the tall cactus of the Saguaro National Park outside Tucson Arizona.
England's Royal School of Needlework
06:02 — Martha Teichner visits the Royal School of Needlework at Hampton Court Palace, which is considered the best in the world at its craft, specializing in (more…)
Barbecue: Essential summer food
04:27 — When we think of summer, we think BBQ. Mo Rocca reports on the origins of barbecue - and its political history as well.
Master of light
08:44 — Morley Safer visits a major show of works by the revered British painter J.M.W. Turner, featuring 140 paintings and watercolors, on view at the Nation (more…)
Why are there goats in the trees?
06:24 — The nut of the argan tree, which grows in the Moroccan countryside of Essaouira, contains a valuable oil known for its anti-aging properties, that is (more…)
Almanac: Listerine
02:15 — May 15, 1923 was a date to take your breath away, when Lambert Pharmacal Company was awarded a trademark for Listerine, the first over-the-counter mou (more…)
How sound FX man Fred Newman dramatized the Rapture
00:29 — Garrison Keillor, host of radio's "A Prairie Home Companion," constantly tests the creativity of his sound FX artist Fred Newman. Here, he poses an au (more…)
Where in the world? The National Geographic Bee
04:02 — The annual national spelling bee has become an American institution, but there's another big "bee": The National Geographic Bee. Our Mo Rocca, who is (more…)
His, Hers, Theirs
08:34 — Which public restroom should a transgender person use? It's a question at the center of lawsuits involving the Justice Department and state government (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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