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CBS Sunday Morning Season 40 Episodes

231 Episodes 2017 - 2018

Episode 1

09-24-2017

Sun, Sep 24, 2017 90 mins

Season 40 begins with profiles of singer Shania Twain and author J.K. Rowling, and interviews with author and bookstore owner Ann Patchett, and actor Iain Armitage. Also: children given unusual names; fall 2017 movies; a museum filled with artifacts found by a sanitation engineer; what's ahead in art.

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Episode 2

10-01-2017

Sun, Oct 1, 2017 90 mins

Bill Murray; author Dan Brown; actress Sofia Vergara; Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; late artist Piet Mondrian; late Playboy founder Hugh Hefner. Also: a report on finding skilled labor as cities rebuild following hurricanes Irma and Harvey; a look at a new children's book based on a newly discovered manuscript by Mark Twain.

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Episode 3

10-08-2017

Sun, Oct 8, 2017 90 mins

Ivana Trump; pop star Pink; actor Andrew Garfield; Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer John Filo. Also: a tribute to Tom Petty; a visit to England to meet a man who makes intricately crafted globes by hand.

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Episode 4

10-15-2017

Sun, Oct 15, 2017 90 mins

Author Walter Isaacson ("Leonardo da Vinci"); Tom Hanks; Jimmy Kimmel; Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei; singer Harry Styles; news anchor and author Gretchen Carlson ("Be Fierce").

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Episode 5

10-22-2017

Sun, Oct 22, 2017 90 mins

Country singer Darius Rucker; tennis star Maria Sharapova; TV anchors Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough; artists who create courtroom sketches; technology behind "the cloud"; secrets behind Hitchcock's "Psycho" shower scene; a National Park in Alaska where hunting caribou is permitted.

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Episode 6

10-29-2017

Sun, Oct 29, 2017 90 mins

Miley Cyrus; Michael J. Fox; "Halloween" director John Carpenter; unique undertaker Caitlin Doughty. Also: the business of magic; 50 years of "On the Road"; a spooky cemetery tour in Savannah, Ga.; scrapbooks of late comedienne Joan Rivers.

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Episode 7

11-05-2017

Sun, Nov 5, 2017 90 mins

Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner; singer Art Garfunkel; author Ta-Nehisi Coates; actor-director Kenneth Branagh; 15-year-old Gabe Fleisher, who publishes a political newsletter. Also: the legacy of the 747 airplanes; Paul Newman's Rolex wristwatch that sold for $17 million at auction.

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Episode 8

11-12-2017

Sun, Nov 12, 2017 90 mins

Tim McGraw; Faith Hill; editor Tina Brown; "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda; cartoonist George Booth; former Maryland inmates who spent decades in prison due to a law that was overturned in 2012. Also: a look at "Casablanca" on its 75th anniversary; a visit to Rooster Soup, a Philadelphia restaurant that donates food and 100 percent of its profits to help feed the homeless.

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Episode 9

11-19-2017

Sun, Nov 19, 2017 90 mins

A food-themed edition. Included: Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg; schools helping hungry kids; food that fits in a doll house; the "instant pot"; Britain's Black Swan, voted best restaurant in the world; rolled ice cream; waitress and chef uniforms; ketchup; the Lunchbox Museum; tapas restaurants in Madrid; Japanese whiskey; students at Butterball University; coffee from plants grown in Yemen.

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Episode 10

11-26-2017

Sun, Nov 26, 2017 90 mins

Fashion designer Stella McCartney; singer-songwriter Noel Gallagher; a report on the pulmonary disease COPD; the history of the apple. Also: journalist Ronan Farrow discusses his reporting on the sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein.

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Episode 11

12-03-2017

Sun, Dec 3, 2017 90 mins

Model Ashley Graham; entrepreneur Warren Buffett; dancer Carmen de Lavallade; WWII hero Joe George. Also: exotic Turkish desserts in Istanbul; the word of the year.

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Episode 12

12-10-2017

Sun, Dec 10, 2017 90 mins

Director Judd Apatow; rapper Logic; the first female to play Tiny Tim in a Chicago production of "A Christmas Carol"; a rehab program for airline pilots; an exhibit of the drawings of Michelangelo in New York; a 20th anniversary celebration of "The Lion King" on Broadway.

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Episode 13

12-17-2017

Sun, Dec 17, 2017 90 mins

Christmas toy crazes; gifts for tech lovers; interviews with Christoph Waltz and Michael McDonald; a visit to Madrid, New Mexico; the history of White House Christmas ornaments; a discussion with senator-elect Doug Jones.

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Episode 14

12-24-2017

Sun, Dec 24, 2017 90 mins

A simple act of kindness and its impact; the history of uniforms on restaurant servers; Donna Reed's letters to servicemen during WWII; a visit to a London company that makes shoes for ballerinas; a trip to Branson, Mo.; an interview with Petula Clark.

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Episode 15

12-31-2017

Sun, Dec 31, 2017 90 mins

The lives and accomplishments of people who passed away in 2017; events that happened in 2017, and how they may impact 2018; an interview with James Franco; a vodka made from fog captured from the California sky.

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Episode 16

01-07-2018

Sun, Jan 7, 2018 90 mins

Actor John Lithgow; director Greta Gerwig ("Lady Bird"); states that are legalizing marijuana; paintings of Johannes Vermeer; the history of the Barbour coat; the "bone broth" craze.

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Episode 17

01-14-2018

Sun, Jan 14, 2018 90 mins

Oprah Winfrey talks with a group of Hollywood stars about the Time's Up campaign. Also: Sharon Stone; the practice of gerrymandering for political gain; crime scene dioramas from the 1940s; Wake Island; exercise gizmos advertised on TV.

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Episode 18

01-21-2018

Sun, Jan 21, 2018 90 mins

Naturalist David Attenborough; director Jordan Peele; singer Jane Birkin; the rise of political correctness on college campuses; art created by prisoners at Guantanamo Bay Prison; Goat Yoga.

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Episode 19

01-28-2018

Sun, Jan 28, 2018 90 mins

Singer Ed Sheeran; the careers of Neil Diamond and Elton John, both of whom announced they are retiring; hologram technology that allows deceased singers to perform at concerts with live musicians; cabaret singer Marilyn Maye; the science and art of bubbles; the Italian forest that provides the wood for some of the world's finest violins; the 1968 Tet Offensive during the Vietnam War.

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Episode 20

02-04-2018

Sun, Feb 4, 2018 90 mins

The Puppy Bowl; the Boy Scouts; film critic Rex Reed; German artist Anselm Kiefer; a football player who continues to play despite being paralyzed from the waist down; outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen.

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Episode 21

02-11-2018

Sun, Feb 11, 2018 90 mins

Dylan Lauren, founder of Dylan's Candy Bar; Oscar-nominated screenwriters of "The Big Sick"; the O'Jays; companies that are hiring people with autism; the changing world of office romances; history of the "love spoon"; Abraham Lincoln's hometown.

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Episode 22

02-18-2018

Sun, Feb 18, 2018 90 mins

Actor Willem Dafoe; Jimmy Buffett; actor Ed Asner; artist Amy Sherald, who painted former First Lady Michelle Obama's official portrait. Also: a report on why mates stray; the legacy of President Andrew Johnson; a tour of tapas restaurants in Madrid.

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Episode 23

02-25-2018

Sun, Feb 25, 2018 90 mins

Singer and actress Mary J. Blige; artist John Derian; the opioid epidemic; Eleven Madison Park restaurant; an appreciation of The Beatles album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band." Also: Comedian Jim Gaffigan shares thoughts on his family ski vacation.

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Episode 24

03-04-2018

Sun, Mar 4, 2018 90 mins

Jared Leto; Glenda Jackson; behind the scenes of Rotten Tomatoes; Elizabeth Taylor's archive; the Steadicam inventor; the Newman family, who have received more Oscar nominations than any other. Also: a report on what happens to someone's legacy and body of work after career-damaging accusations and allegations are made.

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Episode 25

03-11-2018

Sun, Mar 11, 2018 90 mins

RuPaul; Joan Baez; TV producer Peter Lassally; Brazilian artist Tarsila do Amaral; one woman's inspirational battle against cancer; a key collection at Colorado's Baldpate Inn; the 1968 New Hampshire primary and its consequences on the election.

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Episode 26

03-18-2018

Sun, Mar 18, 2018 90 mins

Geniuses throughout history are spotlighted. Also: a look at the brains of various animals; an interview with Glen Close about her efforts to destigmatize mental illness; tips on strengthening one's memory; the relationship between madness and artists.

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Episode 27

03-25-2018

Sun, Mar 25, 2018 90 mins

Former president Jimmy Carter; actor Sean Penn; radio legend Don Imus; artist Takashi Murakami; "March for Our Lives" in Washington, D.C.; the final days of the last male Northern White Rhino in the world; flying kites on a frozen lake in winter.

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Episode 28

04-01-2018

Sun, Apr 1, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 29

04-08-2018

Sun, Apr 8, 2018 90 mins

Why a free, easy way to do your taxes isn't seeing the light of day; behind-the-scenes with Tina Fey on the Broadway set of her new musical "Mean Girls"; and a profile of Rep. Joseph Kennedy III (D-Mass.). Also: Bernie Taupin, best known writing the lyrics to Elton John's songs; a woman who honors her late husband by posting daily photos on Instagram; actor Antonio Banderas on portraying Pablo Picasso; and the Faroe Islands, home to a world-class restaurant that is a popular destination.

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Episode 30

04-15-2018

Sun, Apr 15, 2018 90 mins

The Universal Basic Income concept; shared work spaces; how coffee goes from seed to cup; the creator of and force behind "My Pillow"; a family that is offering $10 million to anyone who can help treat their teenage son, who is battling a brain tumor; the U.S. Treasury employees who decide the fate of mutilated money; pets that make money on Instagram; actor-philanthropist Salma Hayek; and three stories about photographers.

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Episode 31

04-22-2018

Sun, Apr 22, 2018 90 mins

Included: Americans who are drowning in too much stuff; volunteers who restored and now maintain grave gardens at the Woodlands cemetery in West Philadelphia; the search for Steve McQueen's famed Mustang from the movie "Bullitt"; a cheese-monger competition. Also: Pauley Perrette ("NCIS"); choreographer Justin Peck ("Carousel"); and historian Douglas Brinkley on the life and legacy of former First Lady Barbara Bush.

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Episode 32

04-29-2018

Sun, Apr 29, 2018 90 mins

How families help rescue puffin chicks in Iceland; a new exhibit of artwork by Grant Wood; singer-actor Janelle Monae; a young woman who spends her time talking to strangers; Denzel Washington; and a barbershop quartet convention.

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Episode 33

05-06-2018

Sun, May 6, 2018 90 mins

Authors James and Deb Fallows, who have spent the past five years visiting small towns across the country; singer-songwriter Kesha; UM ambassador Nikki Haley; the world of colorful low rider bicycles in Compton, Cal.; Mart Crowley, author of "The Boys in the Band"; Internet celebs who make a living posting what they wear and how they live; and a Mother's Day commentary from Daryn Kagan.

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Episode 34

A Sunday Morning in London

Sun, May 13, 2018 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchors the show from London, where guests include Twiggy and Rachel Weisz. Also: how Britain has become a multicultural melting pot; a Kensington Palace exhibit of dresses worn by Princess Diana; and the history of the British royal family.

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Episode 35

05-20-2018

Sun, May 20, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 36

05-27-2018

Sun, May 27, 2018 90 mins

Celebrities selling their own brands of legal marijuana; Steve Martin and Martin Short; "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood"; James Clapper, the former director of National Intelligence; the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in San Francisco; and three cultural touchstones from 1968: "Hair," "Laugh-In" and "2001: A Space Odyssey."

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Episode 37

06-03-2018

Sun, Jun 3, 2018 90 mins

The life and legacy of Robert F. Kennedy; Judy Collins and Stephen Stills; former President Bill Clinton and bestselling author James Patterson ("The President Is Missing"); pianos placed in public places around York City for everyone to play; Roadside America, an 8000-square-foot miniature village and model railroad in Pennsylvania; the art and the life of Jean Dubuffet; and horse racing's Triple Crown.

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Episode 38

06-10-2018

Sun, Jun 10, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 39

06-17-2018

Sun, Jun 17, 2018 90 mins

Country singer-songwriter Rory Feek discusses performing again after the loss of his wife and singing partner, Joey, to cancer.

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Episode 40

06-24-2018

Sun, Jun 24, 2018 90 mins

Included: the trend of businesses giving workers "summer Fridays" off; the "Ear Hustle" podcast about life behind bars at California's San Quentin prison; Todd Fisher remembers his mom, Debbie Reynolds, and his sister, Carrie Fisher; a David Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum; and the Tenement Museum in New York.

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Episode 41

07-01-2018

Sun, Jul 1, 2018 90 mins

What scientists are doing to save the old-growth redwood trees; Cynthia Nixon on her New York gubernatorial campaign; a visit with John Mellencamp; the National Museum of the American Indian; movie advice; and the history of ketchup.

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Episode 42

07-08-2018

Sun, Jul 8, 2018 90 mins

The differences between introverts or extroverts; trees that were there at the battle of Gettysburg that are still alive 155 years later; comedian Louie Anderson; Dave Grohl, founder and lead singer of theFoo Fighters; Michael J. Fox; a farm-to-table chef whose farm happens to be in a national park; and the challenges of cramped airline seating.

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Episode 43

07-15-2018

Sun, Jul 15, 2018 90 mins

Jennifer Garner; the Las Vegas-based rock band the Killers; the World Cup; Shanghai dumplings; and a retired music teacher whose students come together for a choral reunion.

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Episode 44

07-22-2018

Sun, Jul 22, 2018 90 mins

The state of civility in America; the Go-Go's; Billy Joel's 100th concert at Madison Square Garden; an exhibit of painted lighthouses in Chicago; Intel's 50th anniversary; and comedian Sebastian Maniscalco.

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Episode 45

07-29-2018

Sun, Jul 29, 2018 90 mins

Included: Universal Basic Income; shared workspaces; the creator of and force behind "My Pillow"; the U.S. Treasury's "mutilated currency division"; pets that make money for their owners on Instagram; actor-philanthropist Salma Hayek; three stories about photographers; the pricey business of cemetery real estate; and whether money can buy happiness.

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Episode 46

08-05-2018

Sun, Aug 5, 2018 90 mins

The challenges facing the world in disposing of plastics; the summertime sport of "sandboarding"; the North American Truffle Dog Championship in Oregon; the increased rate of maternal deaths associated with childbirth in the U.S.; and the works of print artist Dox Thrash.

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Episode 47

08-12-2018

Sun, Aug 12, 2018 90 mins

How robotic exoskeletons could help injured people walk again. Also: Ice Cube; Petula Clark; artist Georg Baselitz; Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.); and goat yoga.

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Episode 48

08-19-2018

Sun, Aug 19, 2018 90 mins

Geniuses throughout history; whether ESP is real; how working with one's hands helps make the brain happier; the intelligence of dogs, dolphins and other animals; remarkable savants; micro-dosing LSD and "magic" mushrooms to combat anxiety and depression. Also: Glenn Close; Wynton Marsalis; Walter Isaacson; and Jennifer Doudna, who co-discovered the technique for editing genes known as CRISPR.

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Episode 49

08-26-2018

Sun, Aug 26, 2018 90 mins

The latest innovations in hearing aids; the history of the country as told in photographs; the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago; efforts to save the great American prairie. Also: Art Garfunkel; and retired American Express CEO Ken Chenault.

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Episode 50

09-02-2018

Sun, Sep 2, 2018 90 mins

Included: companies hiring people with autism; Norman Rockwell's famed "Four Freedoms" paintings; singer Leon Bridges; former U.S. secretary of state John Kerry; Ohio's washboard music festival; '60s icon Twiggy; and the latest trend in the workplace: the "open" office.

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Episode 51

09-09-2018

Sun, Sep 9, 2018 90 mins

Included: the trend of giving children unusual names; remembering Rodgers and Hammerstein; the life and work of artist Alberto Giacometti; and a new memorial in Shanksville, Pa., to mark those lost on Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001.

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Episode 52

09-16-2018

Sun, Sep 16, 2018 90 mins

Included: Hurricane Florence; Carrie Underwood; Robert Redford; the street murals at the site of the World Trade Center; the feline residents of Lanai Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii; and Bill Geist, who joined Sunday Morning in 1987, takes viewers on a trip down memory lane—and says thanks for joining him on the journey.

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Episode 53

09-23-2018

Sun, Sep 23, 2018 90 mins

Included: the lawsuit against Alex Jones by families whose children who were killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting; the return of "Murphy Brown"; agent Michael Ovitz; a touring exhibit celebrating the life and legacy of Leonard Bernstein; and RuPaul.

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Episode 54

09-30-2018

Sun, Sep 30, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 55

10-07-2018

Sun, Oct 7, 2018 90 mins

Included: electronic cigarettes; former Journey singer Steve Perry; Kerry Washington; New York Post gossip columnist Cindy Adams; and architect Charles Renfro.

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Episode 56

10-14-2018

Sun, Oct 14, 2018 90 mins

Included: people who believe the Earth is flat; Tina Turner; the mid-term elections and possible "Pink Wave"; the art installation of "tiny doors" in Atlanta; and the Choisin Reservoir campaign in the Korean War. Also: Faith Salie offers some thoughts on breaking news.

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Episode 57

10-28-2018

Sun, Oct 28, 2018 90 mins

The history and impact of the use of blackface; the origins of Frankenstein; actor-turned-director Jonah Hill; horror movies; the financial crisis that hit the country a decade ago; a man who attempted a solo trek across Antarctica; Scandinavian licorice; and the 1968 Olympic protests.

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Episode 58

11-04-2018

Sun, Nov 4, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 59

11-11-2018

Sun, Nov 11, 2018 90 mins

Ben Stiller; the Who's Roger Daltrey; and playwright, director and screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan ("The Waverly Gallery"). Also: how Japanese chefs are turning pizza-making into an art; and a look at the pivotal year of 1968 and Richard Nixon.

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Episode 60

11-18-2018

Sun, Nov 18, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 61

11-25-2018

Sun, Nov 25, 2018 90 mins

Former Colorado senator Gary Hart discusses his career in politics, his life today and the movie "The Front Runner," which focuses on how his campaign was upended by a newspaper story that raised allegations of an affair with Donna Rice.

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Episode 62

12-02-2018

Sun, Dec 2, 2018 90 mins

Cartoonist Garry Trudeau ("Doonesbury") is profiled.

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Episode 63

12-09-2018

Sun, Dec 9, 2018 90 mins

Former transportation secretary Norman Mineta and former senator Alan Simpson, who met more than 70 years ago as Boy Scouts; rap star Card B.; items recovered from the Titanic; war photographers; Ralph Lauren; anti-Semitism in the U.S.; and "Techno Claus" previews the holiday season's best high-tech gadgets.

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Episode 64

12-16-2018

Sun, Dec 16, 2018 90 mins

Included: the storied history and current state of Sears; behind-the-scenes at a production of "Peter and the Wolf"; the true story behind the famed newspaper editorial, "Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus"; Emily Blunt ("Mary Poppins Returns"); singer Michael Bublé; pop-up stores; and how the makers of Legos are working to make its toy bricks and packaging out of sustainable materials.

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Episode 65

12-23-2018

Sun, Dec 23, 2018 90 mins

A special New York City Ballet program that gives children with disabilities the gift of dance; the joys of fruitcake; pop star Shawn Mendes; the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8; the growing family tradition of having tamales around the holidays; Drew and Jonathan Scott ("The Property Brothers"); the history of "Silent Night"; and a visit from Charles Osgood.

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Episode 66

12-30-2018

Sun, Dec 30, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 67

01-06-2019

Sun, Jan 6, 2019 90 mins

Included: a blind distance runner; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal.); Willem Dafoe ("At Eternity's Gate"); an exhibit of King Tut artifacts; the New York-Singapore flight, which takes 19 hours; Michael Caine; and the open-office concept.

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Episode 68

01-13-2019

Sun, Jan 13, 2019 90 mins

Carole King; contemporary artist Damien Hirst; filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan ("Glass"); whether key lime pie really originated in Key West, Fla.; and Luke Burbank on how his own dog measures up to Sully, the service dog and loyal companion to former President George H.W. Bush.

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Episode 69

01-20-2019

Sun, Jan 20, 2019 90 mins

Included: The growing number of homeless college students; the life and legacy of Carol Channing (1921-1919); country singer-songwriter Marty Stuart's collection of country music memorabilia; the podcast boom; and the Glenstone museum in Potomac, Md.

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Episode 70

01-27-2019

Sun, Jan 27, 2019 90 mins

The show marks its 40th birthday with a special edition highlighting the people, the places, and the many milestones from the first four decades.

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Episode 71

02-10-2019

Sun, Feb 10, 2019 90 mins

Included: the evolution of the color pink; Oscar-nominated director Spike Lee; Dolly Parton; the storied Electric Lady recording studios; short love stories; rubies; and singing telegrams.

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Episode 72

02-17-2019

Sun, Feb 17, 2019 90 mins

Included: George Washington's love life; Melissa McCarthy ("Can You Ever Forgive Me?"); Dionne Warwick; a quest to find the Coco De Mer, aka "love nut," in the Seychelles; the evolution of the color pink; and author Don Winslow ("The Force").

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Episode 73

02-24-2019

Sun, Feb 24, 2019 90 mins

How a new generation of aspiring actors uses modern technology to get in front of casting directors; the history of "The Harvey Girls"; Angie Dickinson on her career and love life; home stager Meridith Baer; what goes into transforming actors into the characters they play in films; Sunday's "host-less" Oscars; and David Edelstein's predictions for the Academy Awards.

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Episode 74

03-03-2019

Sun, Mar 3, 2019 90 mins

Features the latest news stories and discussions about various topics.

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Episode 75

03-10-2019

Sun, Mar 10, 2019 90 mins

Included: the challenges rural communities face across the country as hospitals in those areas close; behind-the-scenes of a Broadway production based on the Temptations; TV's "The Pioneer Woman," Ree Drummond; the art of high quality bookbinding in Kentucky; Italy's dying olive trees; and an artist who shapes growing trees in to beautiful chairs and other furniture. Also: Jim Gaffigan's addiction to news.

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Episode 76

03-17-2019

Sun, Mar 17, 2019 90 mins

A variety of topics are discussed, including architecture, music, politics, and pop culture.

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Episode 77

03-24-2019

Sun, Mar 24, 2019 90 mins

Included: the fascination with Mars; singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile; comic Kathy Griffin; the NCAA men's basketball tournament brackets and office pools; the debate over Brexit; and 14-year-old actor Marsai Martin, who created a production company to develop projects featuring diverse young casts as a way to inspire other children to enter the field.

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Episode 78

03-31-2019

Sun, Mar 31, 2019 90 mins

Dan Giusti, a world-renowned chef who is trying to transform the school lunch; Jordan Peele on the return of "The Twilight Zone"; a Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit of instruments used in some of rock and rolls greatest hits; "biomimicry," in which engineers use concepts from nature to design products; former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Bill Hader, who now stars in "Barry"; the famed Metropol Hotel in Moscow.

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Episode 79

04-07-2019

Sun, Apr 7, 2019 90 mins

Included: the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Awards; former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer; "Game of Thrones" actor Emilia Clarke; Sam Rockwell ("Fosse/Verdon"); transgender military veteran Charlotte Clymer; the art of Bill Taylor; and America's reconstruction era.

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Episode 80

04-21-2019

Sun, Apr 21, 2019 90 mins

Included: the growing popularity of faith-based movies; Jeff Daniels on performing "To Kill a Mockingbird" for school kids; BTS; South Bend, Ind., mayor Pete Buttigieg; a choir made up of people who all have family members who have gone missing; the Notre Dame fire; the Mueller report; and Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine.

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Episode 81

04-28-2019

Sun, Apr 28, 2019 90 mins

Included: PostSecret, a community that shares secrets by putting them on postcards; the work of artist Frida Kahlo, now on exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum; the mystery of a true crime manuscript that Harper Lee had worked on; Bryan Cranston ("Network"); Joan Collins; Bill Geist's memories of his summers working at his Uncle Ed's Arrowhead Lodge resort in Lake of the Ozarks; and playwright, actor, singer-songwriter, director and producer Taylor Mac ("Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus").

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Episode 82

05-05-2019

Sun, May 5, 2019 90 mins

Included: a dream held by many workers: quitting their jobs; Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner empire; the boom in products carrying CBD oil; vacation cruises; how Sweden is moving toward a totally cashless economy; the business of pizza; the Japanese musician who invented the karaoke machine; Tulsa, Okla., where city officials are offering $10,000 to anyone willing to move to and work in the area; and an artist who works with up-close images of portraits on coins.

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Episode 83

05-12-2019

Sun, May 12, 2019 90 mins

Featured are the measles outbreak and controversy surrounding vaccinating children, Howard Stern, the Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island, Alex Trebek, the new TWA Hotel at New York's JFK Airport, the "Central Park Five", and William McRaven.

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Episode 84

A Sunday Morning in Florence

Sun, May 19, 2019 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchors from Florence, Italy. Included: Sting at his Italian villa; fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli; the true story behind Pinocchio; foods of the region; and Americans with Italian roots who are moving there.

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Episode 85

05-26-2019

Sun, May 26, 2019 90 mins

Included: People who are choosing to forego permanent homes to live in converted school buses and vans to travel the country; a growing movement to make sure more women are honored with statues; Louisville Symphony conductor Teddy Abrams; photographer Barbara Van Cleave, who is focused on documenting the ranching life she learned as a child; Annette Bening; and Scott Pelley offers his thoughts on the state of political discourse, voting and the country.

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Episode 86

06-02-2019

Sun, Jun 2, 2019 90 mins

Included: a group that restored a WWII C-47 transport plane and flew it to Normandy for the 75th anniversary of D-Day; the Jonas Brothers; the nation's bail system; comedic writer-actor Mindy Kaling; columnist George Will; and the history and legacy of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

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Episode 87

06-09-2019

Sun, Jun 9, 2019 90 mins

Included: the documentary "The Lavender Scare"; Gloria Gaynor; Kevin Bacon; David Eisenhower; Andrew Rannells; and CNN reporter Jim Acosta.

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Episode 88

06-16-2019

Sun, Jun 16, 2019 90 mins

Included: the history of Father's Day; the challengers some firefighters face in getting workers compensation claims approved; actor-comedian Tim Allen; entrepreneurs and twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss; the 150th anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad; and Jim Gaffigan on fatherhood.

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Episode 89

06-23-2019

Sun, Jun 23, 2019 90 mins

Jane Pauley hosts the morning show, which spotlights the performing arts along with the daily news and national weather.

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Episode 90

Episode 90

Sun, Jun 23, 2019 90 mins

Features today's top news and various stories from entertainment to pop culture.

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Episode 91

06-30-2019

Sun, Jun 30, 2019 90 mins

A variety of topics are discussed, including architecture, music, politics, and pop culture.

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Episode 92

Episode 92

Sun, Jun 30, 2019 90 mins

Jane Pauley discusses a variety of topics, including architecture; music; politics; and pop culture.

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Episode 93

07-07-2019

Sun, Jul 7, 2019 90 mins

Included: the Mississippi River, past and present; the growing interest in "meatless meat"; the classic rock band America, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary; clothing designer Daniel Day, best known as Dapper Dan; the history and legacy of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing; and curator and ex-graffiti artist, Roger Gastman. Also: Jim Gaffigan shares some thoughts on cheeseburgers.

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Episode 94

07-14-2019

Sun, Jul 14, 2019 90 mins

Included: the "hidden figures" of the Apollo space program; author Colson Whitehead ("Nickel Boys"); the evolution of breakfast; author Jeffrey Kluger ("Apollo 13") talks with astronaut Michael Collins, the command module pilot for Apollo 11; how black people have been portrayed throughout the history of art; and Martha Teichner on Walter Cronkite's reporting on the moon landing and the country's space program.

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Episode 95

07-21-2019

Sun, Jul 21, 2019 90 mins

Jane Pauley hosts the morning show, which spotlights the performing arts along with the daily news and national weather.

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Episode 96

07-28-2019

Sun, Jul 28, 2019 90 mins

Included: a dream held by many in the workplace: walking walk away from a job; Kris Jenner, the matriarch of the Kardashian-Jenner empire; the boom in products carrying CBD oil; what's hot in the world of vacation cruises; how Sweden is moving toward a totally cashless economy; the business of pizza; Tulsa, Okla., which is offering $10,000 to people willing to move to, and work in the area; and inside the world of product returns.

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Episode 97

08-04-2019

Sun, Aug 4, 2019 90 mins

Included: the latest innovations in hearing aids; Meow Wolf, an immersive art exhibit in New Mexico; the legacy and impact of Woodstock; the story behind the creation of the Peanuts with the character Woodstock; and the history of tie-dye. Also: Bill Flanagan's thoughts on 50 years since Woodstock.

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Episode 98

08-11-2019

Sun, Aug 11, 2019 90 mins

Included: a college campus sexual assault; the Alvin Ailey Dance Company; the artistry being performed on fingernails; the world of mermaids; Julianne Moore; and Common ("Let Love Have the Last Word").

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Episode 99

A Sunday Morning in Florence

Sun, Aug 18, 2019 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchors from Florence, Italy. Included: Sting at his Italian villa; fashion designer Brunello Cucinelli; the true story behind Pinocchio; foods of the region; and Americans with Italian roots who are moving there.

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Episode 100

08-25-2019

Sun, Aug 25, 2019 90 mins

Included: the prevalence of dyslexia; Taylor Swift; photographer Barbara Van Cleve, who focuses her lens on "cowgirls"; Eddie Huang; Argentina's Italian population; and the unknown tennis players participating in the U.S. Open.

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Episode 101

09-01-2019

Sun, Sep 1, 2019 90 mins

The pros and cons in manufacturing products in America; Interview with Association of Flight Attendants president; and more.

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Episode 102

09-08-2019

Sun, Sep 8, 2019 90 mins

Included: author Margaret Atwood ("The Testaments"); Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson; Donny and Marie Osmond; and New York Times journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey ("She Said: Breaking the Sexual Harassment Story That Helped Ignite a Movement"). Also: the ongoing protests in Hong Kong.

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Episode 103

09-15-2019

Sun, Sep 15, 2019 90 mins

Included: the challenges facing teachers; Colonial Williamsburg master upholsterer Leroy Graves; the Backstreet Boys; the history and impact of New York Magazine; Angie Dickinson; and film producer Irwin Winkler ("The Irishman"). Also: the joys and the pitfalls of the "Back to School" season.

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Episode 104

09-22-2019

Sun, Sep 22, 2019 90 mins

Included: "God Friended Me"; Renee Zellweger ("Judy"); the British castle used in "Downton Abby"; the creation of Patagonia National Park in Chile; "Star Wars" music composer John Williams; and Mark Knopfler.

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Episode 105

09-29-2019

Sun, Sep 29, 2019 90 mins

Included: Olivia Newton-John; Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton ("The Book of Gusty Women"); and glass artist Marlene Rose. Also: the boom in electric scooters; a tour of the Smithsonian Institution from the head of the organization, Lonnie Bunch; and Jim Gaffigan on his wife Jeannie's journey through the treatment of a brain tumor.

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Episode 106

10-06-2019

Sun, Oct 6, 2019 90 mins

Included: famed newspaper columnist Pete Hamill; singer Lizzo; and entertainer Mitzi Gaynor. Also: businesses and corporations that take a stand on selling guns; the Museum of Modern Art; and a walkway above the treetops in Denmark.

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Episode 107

10-13-2019

Sun, Oct 13, 2019 90 mins

Included: transgender kids; the announcer for the Chicago White Sox , who has cerebral palsy; Elton John; Mariska Hargitay ("Law & Order: SVU"); and Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Also: a tiny park in the middle of a crowded highway.

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Episode 108

10-20-2019

Sun, Oct 20, 2019 90 mins

Highlights include: Lee Cowan talks with Robert De Niro, Martin Scorsese, and Al Pacino, who work together in a new film; Mo Rocca looks back at the presidency of Herbert Hoover and the great Wall Street crash of 1929; Martha Teichner looks at the civil rights pioneer Harriet Tubman; Anthony Mason reports on the life of Janis Joplin; Rita Braver explores the life and work of artist Helen Frankenthaler; and Luke Burbank offers some thoughts on skateboarding in middle age.

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Episode 109

10-27-2019

Sun, Oct 27, 2019 90 mins

The hunt for the terror-inspiring king of dinosaurs; The science behind scary music and why it makes people so afraid; The history and lore behind the stone gargoyles, grotesques and goblins; a peek behind-the-scenes at the Mars-Wrigley candy factory, in Chicago; The memoir the late music superstar Prince was working on when he died and a look inside his Minneapolis home; Lessons about the state of affairs in Washington; A town in Japan that's fighting to stay alive despite its aging population.

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Episode 110

11-03-2019

Sun, Nov 3, 2019 90 mins

Jane Pauley discusses a variety of topics, including architecture; music; politics; and pop culture.

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Episode 111

11-10-2019

Sun, Nov 10, 2019 90 mins

A look into grief and how people cope; An interview with Matt Damon and Christian Bale about their new movie, "Ford v Ferrari"; A conversation with former US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley; An interview with an artist whose goal is to paint veteran portraits in all 50 states; A preview of the new season of "The Crown"; The story behind the Joy of Cooking; An interview with Michael Connor Humphreys, who played the young Forrest Gump in the movie.

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Episode 112

11-17-2019

Sun, Nov 17, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 113

11-24-2019

Sun, Nov 24, 2019 90 mins

Susan Spencer investigates how diets may impact people's brains and well-being; Tracy Smith joins Jon Bon Jovi at the JBJ Soul Kitchen; Rita Braver profiles Frieda Caplan, who has introduced the country to a large array of fruits and vegetables; Conor Knighton reports on how the breadfruit may help fighting hunger; Luke Burbank catches up with actor Danny Trejo; Faith Salie explores a boom in food halls; author Jacques Pepin is spotlighted; and Martha Teichner tackles Tupperware parties.

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Episode 114

12-01-2019

Sun, Dec 1, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 115

12-08-2019

Sun, Dec 8, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 116

12-15-2019

Sun, Dec 15, 2019 90 mins

John Blackstone reports on the many ways that packages are getting delivered around the country; Lee Cowan meets a group of amazing artists who paint Christmas cards by holding paintbrushes in their mouths and feet.

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Episode 117

12-22-2019

Sun, Dec 22, 2019 90 mins

Gayle King presents the top news and interviews with prominent figures in politics; business; and entertainment.

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Episode 118

12-29-2019

Sun, Dec 29, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 119

01-05-2020

Sun, Jan 5, 2020 90 mins

Jane Pauley discusses a variety of topics, including architecture; music; politics; and pop culture.

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Episode 120

01-12-2020

Sun, Jan 12, 2020 90 mins

Topics include: pregnancy discrimination; the works of Monet at The Denver Art Museum; entrepreneur Frieda Caplan; and octopus intelligence. Also: actor Kim Novak and musician Gary Clark Jr. are spotlighted.

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Episode 121

01-19-2020

Sun, Jan 19, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 122

01-26-2020

Sun, Jan 26, 2020 90 mins

Serena Altschul sits down with Raffi, the musician who has been entertaining children for more than 40 years; David Pogue explores what goes into making a hit song to find out if there is a science to popular music; Seth Doane visits the island of Madagascar; John Dickerson talks with Maestro Gustavo Dudamel of the LA Symphony Orchestra; Huey Lewis and DJ Khaled are spotlighted; and Nancy Giles remembers the late songwriter Allee Willis.

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Episode 123

02-02-2020

Sun, Feb 2, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 124

02-09-2020

Sun, Feb 9, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 125

02-16-2020

Sun, Feb 16, 2020 90 mins

40 million Americans suffer from debilitating migraine headaches. Susan Spencer explores the mysterious causes. For Valentine's Day, Nancy Giles catches up with the band Air Supply, which is still touring today. Alina Cho travels to Paris for a front row seat at the famed Moulin Rouge. Lee Cowan sits down with the actor that brought us Indiana Jones & Han Solo, Harrison Ford. Martha Teichner joins holocaust survivors. Seth Doane visits Israel's memorial to the victims of the holocaust.

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Episode 126

02-23-2020

Sun, Feb 23, 2020 90 mins

Lee Cowan reports on the Wisconsin company that changes the way medical records are kept. Betye Saar talks about her life.

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Episode 127

03-01-2020

Sun, Mar 1, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 128

03-08-2020

Sun, Mar 8, 2020 90 mins

The latest about the spread-of, treatment-for, and precautions-against the COVID-19 coronavirus. Susan Spencer looks at the growing trend of napping on the job. Instagram have become the hottest place for poets to post their work. A behind the scenes look at Ireland's own "Riverdance." Martha Teichner offers a look back at the lessons of pandemics past. Tracy Smith catches up with the country and pop group the Dixie Chicks. Luke Burbank sits down with singer and actress Mandy Moore.

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Episode 129

03-15-2020

Sun, Mar 15, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 130

03-22-2020

Sun, Mar 22, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 131

03-29-2020

Sun, Mar 29, 2020 90 mins

Dr. Jon LaPook discusses the spread of, treatment for, and precautions against COVID-19. David Pogue reports on the ways that Americans are making do with working from home.

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Episode 132

04-05-2020

Sun, Apr 5, 2020 90 mins

Jill Schlesinger reports on how COVID-19 has gone from a health pandemic to a financial pandemic. Also, David Pogue looks at how social distancing has forced more traffic onto the Internet, and what the long-term impact may be. And Martha Teichner visits with author Celeste Ng whose book Little Fires Everywhere is now a miniseries.

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Episode 133

04-12-2020

Sun, Apr 12, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 134

04-19-2020

Sun, Apr 19, 2020 90 mins

David Pogue talks about the use of smartphones in tracking the spread of coronavirus. Jill Schlesinger examines the struggles that food banks face due to coronavirus.

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Episode 135

04-26-2020

Sun, Apr 26, 2020 90 mins

Martha Teichner examines the timeline of the spread of the coronavirus pandemic across the world. Then, Erin Moriarty reports on Hart Island in New York.

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Episode 136

05-03-2020

Sun, May 3, 2020 90 mins

Dr. Jon LaPook reports on the latest advances in the fight to stop COVID-19. Jill Schlesinger looks at what the future might hold for malls and department stores as parts of the country start to consider reopening. Rita Braver reports on how America fought and won the battle over polio and what lessons we can learn in fighting the coronavirus pandemic. Tracy Smith pays an at-home visit to Henry Winkler. Jane Pauley catches up with Marlo Thomas and Phil Donahue to talk about their book.

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Episode 137

05-10-2020

Sun, May 10, 2020 90 mins

Highlights include: the pleasures and perils of relationships during the pandemic; how an old medical treatment can treat victims of COVID-19; chef Bobby Flay; Reese Witherspoon; how zoological parks and their animal inhabitants are coping with being closed to visitors; communication skills that have allowed some presidents to reach and inspire the nation; and the extra effort some moms put out to keep the family's going during the pandemic.

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Episode 138

05-17-2020

Sun, May 17, 2020 90 mins

Susan Spencer examines the effects of COVID-19 pandemic on people's dreams. Other topics include the shutdowns ramification on the graduating class of 2020, the pros and cons of everyone living in isolation, a virtual trip to Faroe Island, and a lot more. Jane Pauley anchors from New York.

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Episode 139

05-24-2020

Sun, May 24, 2020 90 mins

Lee Cowan looks at how Hollywood will manage to keep the movie-making machine going in the age of COVID-19. Conor Knighton talks with Paul Davidson, architect at the National Park Service's Heritage Documentation Programs. Tracy Smith catches up with singer-songwriter Josh Groban. Tony Dokoupil chats with Patrick Stewart. Mark Strassmann reports on next week's SpaceX manned space launch, the first manned launch from the United States since 2011.

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Episode 140

05-31-2020

Sun, May 31, 2020 90 mins

An ongoing look at how the coronavirus could permanently change lives in ways big and small. Mark Phillips explores the history and controversy about wearing masks during pandemics. Lee Cowan pays a virtual visit to Jon Bon Jovi, Jewel, and other music-makers to hear how they're responding to the pandemic by writing new songs. Nancy Giles takes a spin on the latest fitness craze. Anna Werner looks at how advertisers are handling the delicate task of promoting products during a crisis.

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Episode 141

06-07-2020

Sun, Jun 7, 2020 90 mins

Martha Teichner looks at the events of the past week.

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Episode 142

06-14-2020

Sun, Jun 14, 2020 90 mins

Tracy Smith talks with Mary Jordan about her book on First Lady Melania Trump. Conor Knighton talks with Erin Sullivan.

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Episode 143

06-21-2020

Sun, Jun 21, 2020 90 mins

Highlights include: interviews with New York's Governor Andrew Cuomo, Tim Cook, and singer-songwriter Yusuf Islam; graphic designer Jim Gaffigan's thoughts on Father's Day; and reports on the Compton Cowboys. Also: an examination on how small businesses are navigating in a changing and financially challenging world.

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Episode 144

06-28-2020

Sun, Jun 28, 2020 90 mins

Highlights include: the race to find a vaccine to stop the Coronavirus; graphic designer Jim Bachor; chef Guy Fieri and his campaign to help out-of-work restaurant workers; how people are turning to deep cleaning their homes during the pandemic; how some theater owners are adapting in hopes of presenting stage productions; some thoughts on the use of the term "Karens"; Jim Gaffigan's thoughts on the pandemic; a woman who inherited several cemetery plots; and the importance of baseball.

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Episode 145

07-05-2020

Sun, Jul 5, 2020 90 mins

Lee Cowan delves into the makings of the Guinness World Records; the legacy of comic actor and writer, Carl Reiner, is highlighted; Kelefa Sanneh reflects on Frederick Douglass' 1852 speech; Kristine Johnson catches up with musician Gary Clark, Jr.; Ted Koppel reports on how the pandemic could mark the end of an industry for New York City yellow cab drivers; Steve Hartman takes note of the latest way for immigrants to become U.S. citizens; and Tracy Smith catches up with Jim Carrey.

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Episode 146

07-12-2020

Sun, Jul 12, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 147

07-19-2020

Sun, Jul 19, 2020 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchors from New York. John Blackstone reports on the future of "office work" in the age of the pandemic, Luke Burbank explores how one town has turned to making its own money out of wood.

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Episode 148

07-26-2020

Sun, Jul 26, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 149

08-02-2020

Sun, Aug 2, 2020 90 mins

David Pogue reports on how half of Americans lack access to broadband internet during the pandemic. Then, Mo Rocca chats with actress and singer Linda Lavin, who says that since the COVID-19 pandemic began, she has been busier than ever.

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Episode 150

08-09-2020

Sun, Aug 9, 2020 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchors from New York. Jill Schlesinger reports on how colleges are handling back-to-school time in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Rita Braver spends some time with Jill Biden, wife of Democratic Presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden. Kelefa Sanneh looks at why more Americans are hitting the roads in recreational vehicles this summer.

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Episode 151

08-16-2020

Sun, Aug 16, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 152

08-23-2020

Sun, Aug 23, 2020 90 mins

David Pogue discusses the difficult choices that teachers and parents face about sending children back to school amid the pandemic.

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Episode 153

08-30-2020

Sun, Aug 30, 2020 90 mins

Nancy Giles explores the resurgence of drive-ins due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Kelefa Sanneh talks with Stephen Curry.

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Episode 154

09-06-2020

Sun, Sep 6, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 155

09-13-2020

Sun, Sep 13, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 156

09-20-2020

Sun, Sep 20, 2020 90 mins

Ted Koppel examines the legal doctrine of qualified immunity and the debate over whether it protects law enforcement from being liable in civil lawsuits.

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Episode 157

09-27-2020

Sun, Sep 27, 2020 90 mins

The news show that does personal interest pieces, and has done since 1979.

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Episode 158

10-04-2020

Sun, Oct 4, 2020 90 mins

Ted Koppel talks with Trump supporters in West Virginia about the diagnosis of the President.

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Episode 159

10-11-2020

Sun, Oct 11, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 160

10-18-2020

Sun, Oct 18, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 161

10-25-2020

Sun, Oct 25, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 162

11-01-2020

Sun, Nov 1, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 163

11-08-2020

Sun, Nov 8, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 164

11-15-2020

Sun, Nov 15, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 165

11-22-2020

Sun, Nov 22, 2020 90 mins

Correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 166

The Pet Project

Fri, Nov 27, 2020 90 mins

An in-depth look at America's love of animals in all shapes and forms, including an interview with Bindi Irwin.

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Episode 167

11-29-2020

Sun, Nov 29, 2020 90 mins

Correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 168

12-06-2020

Sun, Dec 6, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics.

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Episode 169

12-13-2020

Sun, Dec 13, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics.

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Episode 170

12-20-2020

Sun, Dec 20, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics.

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Episode 171

12-27-2020

Sun, Dec 27, 2020 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics.

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Episode 172

01-03-2021

Sun, Jan 3, 2021 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 173

01-10-2021

Sun, Jan 10, 2021 90 mins

A Sunday morning show, covering a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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Episode 174

01-17-2021

Sun, Jan 17, 2021 90 mins

Providing news and features on a myriad of subjects, with an emphasis on the arts.

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Episode 175

01-24-2021

Sun, Jan 24, 2021 90 mins

Providing news and features on a myriad of subjects, with an emphasis on the arts.

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Episode 176

01-31-2021

Sun, Jan 31, 2021 90 mins

Susan Spencer looks into a revolutionary study that could be a game-changer for stroke patients. Then, Faith Salie looks deep into the history of the pocket. And later, Conor Knighton uncovers one of the largest living organisms on earth.

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Episode 177

02-07-2021

Sun, Feb 7, 2021 90 mins

Rita Braver visits a sports astrologer who has some predictions about the Super Bowl. Then, Allison Aubrey explores how empty football stadiums are being turned into COVID-19 vaccination sites. And later, Luke Burbank introduces Eddie Jackson, a professional football player-turned-chef and Food Network star.

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Episode 178

02-14-2021

Sun, Feb 14, 2021 90 mins

Providing news and features on a myriad of subjects, with an emphasis on the arts.

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Episode 179

02-21-2021

Sun, Feb 21, 2021 90 mins

Providing news and features on a myriad of subjects, with an emphasis on the arts.

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Episode 180

02-28-2021

Sun, Feb 28, 2021 90 mins

Providing news and features on a myriad of subjects, with an emphasis on the arts.

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Episode 181

03-07-2021

Sun, Mar 7, 2021 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchors from New York. Martha Teichner reports on how the world has changed one year into the COVID-19 pandemic. Seth Doane visits Nembro in Northern Italy, an area hit particularly hard by the pandemic, to see how those in the region are faring today. Ramy Inocencio explores some of the theories about where the coronavirus began. Lee Cowan travels to the remote and isolated Point Roberts in Washington state, which has been almost COVID-19 free, but at a price.

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Episode 182

03-14-2021

Sun, Mar 14, 2021 90 mins

Susan Spencer examines the troubles that have turned a good night's sleep into a farfetched dream. Then, David Pogue talks with Melissa and Doug Bernstein, the founders of the toy company Melissa and Doug, about their company and how they design playthings to entertain kids.

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Episode 183

03-21-2021

Sun, Mar 21, 2021 90 mins

David Pogue explores an online educational phenomenon; Tracy Smith sits down with Demi Lovato; Ben Mankiewicz looks back at the film "Love Story," on its 50th anniversary; Rita Braver reports on adoptions that took place after WWII; Conor Knighton investigates how some species listed as extinct have returned; and Luke Burbank reports on sports betting and how it has changed since a 2018 Supreme Court decision.

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Episode 184

03-28-2021

Sun, Mar 28, 2021 90 mins

Leslie Odom Jr. talks about his childhood and his career.

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Episode 185

04-04-2021

Sun, Apr 4, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 186

04-11-2021

Sun, Apr 11, 2021 90 mins

Featuring interviews with Carey Mulligan; Jamie Foxx; former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, John Boehner; and documentary filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. Also: new insights into former First Lady Nancy Reagan's role in her husband's presidency; and a young man who has camped in his backyard for the entire pandemic.

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Episode 187

04-18-2021

Sun, Apr 18, 2021 90 mins

Tracy Smith gives the latest on what the travel industry looks like as we emerge from lockdowns. Then, Kelefa Sanneh reports on a classical pianist who is making waves in the music world from her home on remote Easter Island.

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Episode 188

04-25-2021

Sun, Apr 25, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 189

05-09-2021

Sun, May 9, 2021 90 mins

Jim Axelrod catches up with actor Andrew McCarthy; David Pogue talks with the people behind the emoji that is populating the digital communications; Lee Cowan looks at the deadly and ongoing problem of fraternity hazing; Tracy Smith profiles actor Allison Janney; Erin Moriarty talks about voting rights and more with Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams; Faith Salie reports on the enduring appeal of tap dancing; and filmmaker Josh Seftel talks with his mom about life post-pandemic.

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Episode 190

05-16-2021

Sun, May 16, 2021 90 mins

Chip Reid digs deep into the emergence of the Brood X cicadas; Mo Rocca talks with Michael Blowen, who spent more than two decades as a reporter for The Boston Globe before running a retirement home for thoroughbred racehorses; Ted Koppel sits down with civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump to talk about the media and racial injustice; and with Ewan McGregor is spotlighted.

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Episode 191

05-23-2021

Sun, May 23, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 192

05-30-2021

Sun, May 30, 2021 90 mins

Lee Cowan reports on the dispute over the exact geographical center of North America; Rita Braver catches up with former Senators Bob and Elizabeth Dole; comedian and impressionist Rich Little talks about his career; David Martin profiles the last surviving World War II Medal of Honor recipient; the past and future of map-making and the science and fiction of time travel are explored; and Charles Blow shares his thoughts on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa Black Wall Street massacre.

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Episode 194

06-27-2021

Sun, Jun 27, 2021 90 mins

Luke Burbank talks with a third-generation Oregon farmer who has some thoughts on farmworkers and immigration.

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Episode 195

08-08-2021

Sun, Aug 8, 2021 90 mins

As the new space race heats up, David Pogue looks at all the stuff we've already left up there: space junk - the flotsam and jetsam that poses a real threat to our future among the stars. Also, Mo Rocca travels to Cape Cod where the big, bold hydrangea blossoms are celebrated by floral fanatics.

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Episode 196

08-15-2021

Sun, Aug 15, 2021 90 mins

Ben Mankiewicz sits down with Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin to talk about her new film "Coda," which is about the only hearing member of a deaf family, and her work advocating for deaf and disabled actors. Steve Hartman introduces viewers to a pair of inseparable geese. Luke Burbank visits Brent Underwood, a man who lives in an abandoned California mining town where he is the only resident. David Pogue visits with a musical group where the average age is 85.

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Episode 196

07-11-2021

Sun, Jul 11, 2021 90 mins

Lee Cowan reports on the promising ALS therapies now in the pipeline. Then, Roxana Saberi visits The Royal Albert Hall, now celebrating 150 years as the place to be seen and heard in London.

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Episode 197

08-22-2021

Sun, Aug 22, 2021 90 mins

David Martin reports on the latest from Afghanistan and looks at the past, the present and what the future may hold for the country after the U.S. Armed Forces depart.

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Episode 198

08-29-2021

Sun, Aug 29, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 199

09-05-2021

Sun, Sep 5, 2021 90 mins

Erin Moriarty of 48 HOURS reports on this Labor Day weekend about the staffing challenges facing many businesses across the country as they attempt to emerge from the pandemic.Tracy Smith catches up with actor Jeff Daniels who opens up about his career, his relationship with his father and his new series "American Rust".

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Episode 200

09-12-2021

Sun, Sep 12, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 201

09-19-2021

Sun, Sep 19, 2021 90 mins

Ted Koppel visits the town of Mount Airy, NC, the birthplace of actor Andy Griffith, which has become a popular tourist destination for people nostalgic for the way of life portrayed in "The Andy Griffith Show."

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Episode 202

09-26-2021

Sun, Sep 26, 2021 90 mins

Susan Spencer reports on the challenges facing estranged families and the pain that disagreements among parents and siblings can be everlasting.

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Episode 203

10-10-2021

Sun, Oct 10, 2021 90 mins

David Pogue reports on ongoing problems in the supply chain and how those issues are impacting everything from toys to building supplies. Jonathan Vigliotti looks at the beauty and science of autumn leaves.

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Episode 204

10-24-2021

Sun, Oct 24, 2021 90 mins

Michelle Miller reports on the complex subject of "passing", which describes when a light-skinned Black person can pass for white. Anthony Mason talks with Bruce Springsteen and former President Barack Obama about their friendship, their podcast, and their new book.

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Episode 205

10-31-2021

Sun, Oct 31, 2021 90 mins

Tracy Smith looks into why we have nightmares, and why so many people prefer scary nights to sweet dreams. Lee Cowan talks with commercial photographer Josh Rossi who creates photos that make children with special needs feel like superheroes.

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Episode 206

11-07-2021

Sun, Nov 7, 2021 90 mins

Lee Cowan reports on a new treatment that could offer a breakthrough for estimated 300 million people worldwide dealing with depression. Faith Salie takes a fascinating look into a surprising subject—the simple act of yawning.

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Episode 207

11-21-2021

Sun, Nov 21, 2021 90 mins

Ben Tracy explores the plant-based alternatives to meat to satisfy the increasing taste for vegan diets.

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Episode 208

11-28-2021

Sun, Nov 28, 2021 90 mins

Susan Spencer looks into a new treatment for Alzheimer's disease that is offering hope and courting controversy. Michelle Miller, co-host of CBS SATURDAY MORNING, sits down with "Sex and The City" author Candace Bushnell to talk about why the pop culture touchstone still resonates today and her latest work.

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Episode 209

Fountain Of Youth

Sun, Nov 28, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 210

12-05-2021

Sun, Dec 5, 2021 90 mins

Jim Axelrod explores the love for the TV show "I Love Lucy" 70 years after Lucy and Ricky came into our living rooms for the first time. Mo Rocca catches up with Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem, who star as Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz in their new film. Tracy Smith sits down with Meryl Streep, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Adam McKay about the new film "Don't Look Up." Elizabeth Palmer reports on how Josephine Baker, the American-born and performer beloved in France, was inducted into the Panthéon.

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Episode 211

12-12-2021

Sun, Dec 12, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 212

01-09-2022

Sun, Jan 9, 2022 90 mins

Rita Braver talks with historians trying to assess the Presidency of Donald Trump and the impact of those years on America. Luke Burbank talks with actor Kirsten Dunst about her work in the Netflix film "The Power of The Dog," her career and much more.

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Episode 213

01-16-2022

Sun, Jan 16, 2022 90 mins

Jane Pauley catches up with the legendary performer Liza Minnelli. Luke Burbank talks with actor Kirsten Dunst about her work in the Netflix film "The Power of The Dog," her career and much more. John Dickerson reports on President Joe Biden's first year in the White House.

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Episode 214

01-23-2022

Sun, Jan 23, 2022 90 mins

Contributor Mark Whitaker reports on staggering increase in the number of billionaires in the United States and around the world and asks the question, when is enough, enough.

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Episode 215

01-30-2022

Sun, Jan 30, 2022 90 mins

David Pogue talks with lawyer and social justice activist Bryan Stevenson who founded the Equal Justice Initiative and challenges bias against minorities and the poor in the criminal justice system.

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Episode 216

02-06-2022

Sun, Feb 6, 2022 90 mins

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Episode 217

02-13-2022

Sun, Feb 13, 2022 90 mins

Susan Spencer sets out to find the meaning and possibility of true love. Jim Axelrod catches up with actor and comedian Chevy Chase, who talks about the early years at SNL, his image, and his desire to keep working.

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Episode 218

02-20-2022

Sun, Feb 20, 2022 90 mins

David Pogue looks into the history and current movement to ban books in schools. Lee Cowan talks with Byron Allen, head of a major media company that owns the Weather Channel, television stations, cable networks and more, about his efforts to change the media landscape, become the first Black majority owner of an NFL team, his career and his future. Tracy Smith catches up with the members of the '80's rock band Tears for Fears, who recently released their first new album in 17 years.

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Episode 219

02-27-2022

Sun, Feb 27, 2022 90 mins

The latest reporting on Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Luke Burbank catches up with actor-turned-director Amy Poehler. Tracy Smith sits down with Ryan Reynolds to talk about his new film, his career, and his childhood.

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Episode 220

03-06-2022

Sun, Mar 6, 2022 90 mins

The status of Russia's invasion of Ukraine is reported. Ted Koppel talks about how much Americans are willing to suffer to support the war in Ukraine.

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Episode 221

03-13-2022

Sun, Mar 13, 2022 90 mins

The latest reporting on Russia's invasion of Ukraine. David Pogue reports on the challenges facing Russians who chose to protest the invasion of Ukraine; Lee Cowan looks at the messages being delivered to people in Russia by local media.

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Episode 222

03-20-2022

Sun, Mar 20, 2022 90 mins

Charlie D'Agata on the latest news from the front lines in Ukraine. Lee Cowan looks at the Europe's greatest refugee crisis since World War 2. Russia has one of the largest, most powerful militaries in the world. But as David Martin reports, the war in Ukraine has exposed serious shortcomings. David Pogue reports on why gas prices are rising since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Episode 223

03-27-2022

Sun, Mar 27, 2022 90 mins

Holly Williams has the latest news from the war in Ukraine. David Martin reports that Russia's war with Ukraine is beginning to echo the country's failed effort in Afghanistan.

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Episode 224

04-03-2022

Sun, Apr 3, 2022 90 mins

David Martin looks at potential ways in which the war in Ukraine might end.

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Episode 225

04-10-2022

Sun, Apr 10, 2022 90 mins

The latest news from the front lines of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. David Martin looks into the charges of war crimes by Russia made by Ukraine's President Zelenskyy in Ukraine and explores the history of war crimes.

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Episode 226

04-17-2022

Sun, Apr 17, 2022 90 mins

David Martin reports on what more the world can do to help the Ukrainian forces defeat the Russians. Then, Erin Moriarty has the story of a Tennessee woman sentenced to life in prison and exonerated after a 35-year fight to prove her innocence.

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Episode 227

04-24-2022

Sun, Apr 24, 2022 90 mins

Jane Pauley anchor "The Money Issue," a special edition looking at all facets of money, including wine sellers making the most of a natural catastrophe, the unionization of warehouse workers, a 10-year-old YouTube millionaire and more.

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Episode 228

05-08-2022

Sun, May 8, 2022 90 mins

Martha Teichner reports on the people on the front lines of the abortion debate. Jim Axelrod looks at the history and political fallout of the leaking of a draft Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe V. Wade. Faith Salie explores the importance and history of the Lincoln Memorial as it approaches its 100th anniversary. John Dickerson visits Tulsa, Oklahoma, new home of The Bob Dylan Center, an archive of 100,000 personal items from the legendary songwriter's life and career.

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Episode 229

05-15-2022

Sun, May 15, 2022 90 mins

David Pogue explores the cost versus the rewards of earning a college degree.

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Episode 230

05-22-2022

Sun, May 22, 2022 90 mins

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Episode 231

05-29-2022

Sun, May 29, 2022 90 mins

Host Jane Pauley conducts a more laidback type of news sharing. She dives deep into various types of art, ranging from architecture, dance, and music.

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