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Lee Daniels on empire-building
08:13 — Writer-director Lee Daniels, the force behind the films "Monster's Ball," "The Butler," "Precious," and the TV shows "Empire" and "Star," has gained s (more…)
A horse and his pal
03:35 — Man's best friend is not always a dog. In Vermont, Waco Hanover - a former harness racing horse at the remarkable age of 40 - has developed a special (more…)
Remembering "Bambi" artist Tyrus Wong
06:08 — The work of artist Tyrus Wong, who died last month at age 106, has proven to be immortal, having created artwork hat determined the look of Walt Disne (more…)
A new home for African American treasures
09:10 — After years of planning and construction, the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture opens its doors on September 24. The (more…)
The New Yorker boosts sales by stirring the pot
07:45 — David Remnick is only the fifth person to hold the title of editor at The New Yorker. The weekly magazine is riding a new wave of popularity among yo (more…)
Jim Gaffigan and lessons learned from "Fairygate"
02:07 — Two weeks ago comedian Jim Gaffigan did a "Sunday Morning" commentary about the Tooth Fairy - an edgy, sensitive topic that generated some very emotio (more…)
Passage: Michael Graves leaves his mark on postmodernism
01:48 — The architect and designer Michael Graves died Thursday at his home in New Jersey. He was a champion of rejecting unadorned box-like designs, creating (more…)
A parade of history on St. Patrick’s Day
02:52 — Boston Globe columnist Kevin Cullen shares his opinion on the significance of St. Patrick's Day in South Boston, and about a parade tradition that he (more…)
One Virginia doctor's thousands of deliveries
08:22 — Before he retired at midnight on December 31, Edward Wolanski was a very busy Virginia doctor, having delivered approximately 10,000 babies. Martha Te (more…)
A chance encounter brings a new purpose in life
03:03 — Correspondent Steve Hartman shows us how an 82-year-old widower in Georgia was touched by an innocent question from a little girl in the canned food a (more…)
Nature: Monarch butterflies
02:30 — We leave you this Sunday Morning marking New Year's among the Monarch butterflies at Lighthouse Field State Beach in Santa Cruz, California. Videograp (more…)
Atlas Obscura: A travel guide like no other
04:42 — A popular website and now a bestselling book, Atlas Obscura is a guide to many of the world's most unusual places. Serena Altschul discusses some of t (more…)
Look back: Top news stories of 2016
03:12 — Bill Whitaker reviews some of the year's biggest stories, from home and abroad, over the last 12 months.
From 2004: Carrie Fisher's open book
09:28 — In this profile originally broadcast on February 1, 2004, actress and author Carrie Fisher (best known as Princess Leia of "Star Wars") talked with co (more…)
The continuing legacy of Boys Town
08:39 — Nearly 100 years ago Father Edward Flanagan founded a special home for some very needy children. Since then, Boys Town, in Nebraska, has continued to (more…)
A Christmas homecoming
02:28 — In 2011, in a classroom outside Raleigh, North Carolina, a second-grader had one wish from Santa - not a toy, but a visit from her dad, who was servin (more…)
Haunting sounds from a water tank
05:25 — In Rangely, Colorado, a relic of the Old West - a water tank that once fueled steam-powered trains - has become a Mecca for musicians enticed by its h (more…)
The Dalai Lama: "The Book of Joy"
07:12 — We hear a lot about "joy to the world" this time of year. Seth Doane talks with the Dalai Lama, a man for whom the pursuit of happiness is just part o (more…)
On The Trail: The night sky
02:36 — If you go home when the sun goes down at Great Basin National Park in Nevada, you'll miss one of the park's greatest attractions. The stars shine so b (more…)
Charles Osgood sings "I'll Be Home for Christmas"
01:32 — It's a "Sunday Morning" tradition: Celebrating the holidays with song. Our beloved "Anchor Emeritus" Charles Osgood visits to perform a classic, "I'll (more…)
Nature: Winter wonderland
01:51 — We leave you this Sunday Morning in a winter wonderland, in California's Sierra Nevada near Lake Tahoe. Videographer: Skip Brown
The inspiring Craig Sager in his last TV interview
04:52 — Sports broadcaster Craig Sager, known for his engaging way of reporting and his flashy wardrobe, inspired many during his long battle against cancer. (more…)
Paulo Coelho: A master at work
05:48 — Study the fine print of any book by Brazilian author Paulo Coelho and you'll find all the signs of a master at work. His latest novel, "The Spy," is b (more…)
Almanac: "The Nutcracker"
02:12 — On December 18th, 1892, 124 years ago today, Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky's timeless ballet, "The Nutcracker," had its world premiere in Saint Petersburg, (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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