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CBS Sunday Morning Season 42 Episodes

52 Episodes 2019 - 2020

Episode 1


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 2


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 3


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 4


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 5


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 6


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 7


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 8


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 9


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 10


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 11


Sun, Nov 17, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 12


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 13


Sun, Dec 1, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 14


Sun, Dec 8, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 15


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 16


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 17


Sun, Dec 29, 2019 90 mins

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Episode 18


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 19


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 20


Sun, Jan 19, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 21


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 22


Sun, Feb 2, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 23


Sun, Feb 9, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 24


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 25


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 26


Sun, Mar 1, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 27


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 28


Sun, Mar 15, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 29


Sun, Mar 22, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 30


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 31


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 32


Sun, Apr 12, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 33


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 34


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 35


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 36


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 37


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 38


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 39


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 40


Sun, Jun 7, 2020 90 mins

Martha Teichner looks at the events of the past week.

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Episode 41


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 42


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 43


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 44


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 45


Sun, Jul 12, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 46


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 47


Sun, Jul 26, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 48


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 49


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 50


Sun, Aug 16, 2020 90 mins

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Episode 51


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 52


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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