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CBS Sunday Morning Season 41 Episodes

49 Episodes 2018 - 2019

Episode 1


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 2


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 3


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 4


Sun, Sep 30, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 5


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 6


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 7


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 8


Sun, Nov 4, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 9


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 10


Sun, Nov 18, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 11


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 12


Sun, Dec 2, 2018 90 mins

Cartoonist Garry Trudeau ("Doonesbury") is profiled.

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Episode 13


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 14


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 15


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 16


Sun, Dec 30, 2018 90 mins

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Episode 17


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 18


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 19


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 20


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 21


Sun, Feb 3, 2019 90 mins

Included: Linda Ronstadt opens up about her career, losing her singing voice and her life after being diagnosed with Parkinson's disease; the Waffle House, a national restaurant chain that launched in 1955 in a suburb of Atlanta; Sam Elliott, who, after a 50-year career, has finally been nominated for an Academy Award for his role in "A Star is Born"; on the set of "Sesame Street"; and Factum Arte, a Madrid-based artisans' workshop that creates perfect replicas of endangered art.

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Episode 22


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 23


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 24


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 25


Sun, Mar 3, 2019 90 mins

Features the latest news stories and discussions about various topics.

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Episode 26


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 27


Sun, Mar 17, 2019 90 mins

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

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Episode 28


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 29


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 30


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 31


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 32


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 33


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 34


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 35

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 36


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 37


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 38


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 39


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 40


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 41


Sun, Jun 30, 2019 90 mins

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

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Episode 42


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 43


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 44


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 45


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 46


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 47


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 48


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 49


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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