Sunday Morning

  • 1979
  • TV Show
  • None

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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Passage: The father of pink flamingos
02:02 — They became icons of the American landscape: plastic pink flamingos, designed by Don Featherstone. The father of the kitschy lawn ornament died this p (more…)
Smartwatches, the latest in wearable gadgets
04:09 — David Pogue reports on the battle for your wrist as companies create smartwatches and other devices you wear to deliver your email and monitor your he (more…)
Almanac: Fort Knox
02:22 — On June 28, 1935, the government revealed its plan to construct a massive underground vault at an Army base in Kentucky to house the nation's gold res (more…)
N.Y. escapee manhunt enters 4th week
03:22 — Police in northern New York State say they are hoping sleep deprivation, bug bites, and lack of food or water will finally take their toll on David Sw (more…)
The history of Hermes
06:45 — Rita Braver travels to the epicenter of the fashion world, Paris, for a behind-the-scenes look at the 180-year history of Hermes.
Tipping points: When and when not to pay extra
03:48 — To tip or not to tip? This question has plagued us for years, and finally we have the answer. Nancy Giles gets to the bottom of tipping etiquette and (more…)
The Supreme Court and the "dignity" of same-sex marriage
06:12 — Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy called it a matter of dignity when he wrote his majority opinion upholding the right to same-sex marriage. With (more…)
Jackie Kennedy: America's first lady
05:19 — When tragedy struck in 1963, one woman helped an entire nation heal - and 50 years later, Jacqueline Kennedy's legend endures. So what makes Mrs. Kenn (more…)
JFK's murder and the persistence of conspiracy theories
06:32 — Who killed President Kennedy? That may be the most hotly-debated question of the 20th century, and there's no evidence it will be answered anytime soo (more…)
Cory Remsburg’s long march back from war
05:53 — At last month's State of the Union Address Democrats and Republicans rose as one to salute a wounded warrior, Staff Sergeant First Class Cory Remsburg (more…)
Ohio boy turns found fortune into act of kindness
02:43 — When Myles Eckert found $20 in a Cracker Barrel parking lot, he thought about what he might buy with this newfound fortune, but he changed his mind wh (more…)
Kayaking on the Hudson
04:25 — Michelle Miller gets lessons in watercraft as she learns how to kayak along New York City's waterfront.
Almanac: Ventriloquist Edgar Bergen
01:57 — On February 16, 1903, American ventriloquist Edgar Bergen was born. The father of actress Candace Bergen, he found fame and fortune once he teamed up (more…)
Following in Charles Kuralt's footsteps
06:32 — When she was 77 years old, Lou Schell decided to retrace some of the journeys made by CBS News' Charles Kuralt when he traveled the back roads of Amer (more…)
Is the Dead Sea really dead?
04:58 — Because of its extremely high salt content, no animal or plant life can survive in the Dead Sea. So why do tourists from around the world flock to bat (more…)
Many happy returns
05:39 — Some retailers and online shopping sites have very liberal return policies - even taking back merchandise they can't sell again - in order to ensure h (more…)
Getting to the point with reward programs
03:58 — 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…)
Automation nation
08:30 — With our economy becoming more and more dependent upon machines, what will that mean for the future of employment? David Pogue of Yahoo Finance looks (more…)
Nature: Coral reef of Honduras
02:39 — We leave you this Sunday with an up-close look at a dolphin and other inhabitants of a coral reef near Roatan, Honduras. Videographer: Lance Milbrand.
How did Duran Duran gets its lead singer?
02:28 — In this web exclusive Simon Le Bon talks to correspondent Anthony Mason about how an ex-girlfriend got him a meeting with his bandmates that would eve (more…)
Who's the rightful owner of a found treasure?
01:16 — Forrest Fenn says he's hidden a treasure chest containing gold and jewels at a secret location in the Rockies on land that is public, private or India (more…)
Passage: Losing Pattycake
01:29 — The famed Western lowland gorilla, the first born at New York City's Bronx Zoo, died this week at age 40.
Parting the curtains at Grey Gardens
04:50 — The Hamptons mansion known as Grey Gardens has a complicated and notorious past. Made famous by a 1975 documentary about its eccentric residents - rel (more…)
Death threats over a hidden treasure
00:48 — Eccentric millionaire Forrest Fenn is the only person who knows the location of the treasure he's hidden that may be worth millions, and that’s made (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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