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CBS Sunday Morning Season 44 Episodes

52 Episodes 2021 - 2022

Episode 1


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 2


Sun, Sep 12, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 3


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 4


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 5


Sun, Oct 3, 2021 90 mins

David Pogue reports on how many people get their news on Facebook and the challenges the problems the platform faces in weeding out conspiracy theories, falsehoods, and other misinformation.

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Episode 6


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 7


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 8


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 9


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 10


Sun, Nov 14, 2021 90 mins

Kelefa Sanneh catches up with Academy Award winning actor Halle Berry to talk about her directorial debut, her love of boxing, raising her daughter and more.

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Episode 11


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 12

Fountain Of Youth

Sun, Nov 28, 2021 90 mins

"Sunday Morning" anchor Jane Pauley hosts this one-hour primetime special exploring the wonders rewards and challenges of growing older including reports on promising cutting-edge research into drugs and therapies that might slow or even reverse aging itself. Also: A visit to a village on Sardinia which has one of the highest concentrations of centenarians in the world; interviews with Hollywood legends Candice Bergen and Billy Crystal talking about their secrets to long careers.

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Episode 13


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 14


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 15


Sun, Dec 12, 2021 90 mins

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Episode 16


Sun, Dec 19, 2021 90 mins

Nancy Giles visits a prison in Maine where the inmates craft beautiful art. ita Braver catches up with Dr. Francis Collins who is stepping down as director of the National Institutes of Health.

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Episode 17


Sun, Dec 26, 2021 90 mins

Lee Cowan has our annual year-end goodbye to those who have touched our lives in ways big and small. Seth Doane reports on the restoration and reconstruction of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris which was severely damaged by a fire in 2019.

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Episode 18


Sun, Jan 2, 2022 90 mins

Major Garrett looks at how misinformation about the 2020 election gave rise to both the January 6th insurrection and to changes in voting laws across the country.

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Episode 19


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 20


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 21


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 22


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 23


Sun, Feb 6, 2022 90 mins

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Episode 24


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 25


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 26


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 27


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 28


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 29


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 30


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 31


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 32


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 33


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 34


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 35


Sun, May 1, 2022 90 mins

Mo Rocca visits with television legends Maury Povich and Connie Chung as Povich prepares to step down from his controversial TV talk show. Lee Cowan sits down with country music superstar Miranda Lambert, who talks about songwriting, her new Nashville restaurant, her clothing line, and her marriage to a former NYPD officer. Tracy Smith talks with tennis great Naomi Osaka about the media, her family, and tennis. .

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Episode 36


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 37


Sun, May 15, 2022 90 mins

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

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Episode 38


Sun, May 22, 2022 90 mins

Jane Pauley hosts our annual "Design Issue " from Santa Barbara Calif. in which we explore various ways design affects our lives. Featured: David Pogue looks at wearable health data monitors; Luke Burbank meets a couple who built their dream home out of recycled shipping containers; Tracy Smith explores the evolution of surfboards; Seth Doane meets a Welshman who transforms beaches into fleeting works of art.

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Episode 39


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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Episode 40


Sun, Jun 5, 2022 90 mins

Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee; Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.); Jeff Bridges; the failure rate of ice cream machines in McDonald's restaurants; a new exhibit about The Beatles at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland; the impact of global warming on the ocean; the Savannah Bananas, a baseball team that turns the game into a performance; the war in Ukraine; playwright Michael R. Jackson ("A Strange Loop" ); a family torn apart by war, now reunited; San Francisco mayor London Breed.

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Episode 41


Sun, Jun 12, 2022 90 mins

Robert Costa reports on new revelations about the Watergate scandal included in a new book from Garrett Graff. Lee Cowan visits the set of the show "Yellowstone" and talks with the creator Taylor Sheridan and star Kevin Costner. Nancy Giles talks with author and educator Ibram X. Kendi, about race, racism and more. John Dickerson catches up with Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock. Tracy Smith profiles TV journalist and author Katy Tur.

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Episode 42


Sun, Jun 19, 2022 90 mins

Mark Whitaker shares his family history in a remembrance of Juneteenth, which marks the end of slavery in the U.S. Also: The impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the nation's first responders, doctors and healthcare workers; A.J. Croce, son of the late singer Jim Croce; Mikhail Baryshnikov; and the Sports Bra, a pub where the TVs are all showing women's sports all the time.

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Episode 43


Sun, Jun 26, 2022 90 mins

Long COVID; the band Toto; YouTube's "Recess Therapy"; the work of Henri Matisse; a cruise ship bought online and docked near a blueberry farm outside of Stockton, California.

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Episode 44


Sun, Jul 3, 2022 90 mins

The nightmare travelling throughout the country will be for many this holiday weekend; an animal rescue haven known as the Funny Farm; an unusual exhibit of presidential busts; abortion rights pioneer Sherri Chessen; the Doobie Brothers; the history and legacy of the Hollywood Bowl; and the story of a boy getting his first birthday cake at age 12. Also: David Martin revisits his interview with Medal of Honor recipient Herschel "Woody" Williams; and Douglas Brinkley on the Jan. 6th hearings.

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Episode 45


Sun, Jul 10, 2022 90 mins

Journalist Ken Auletta on former film mogul and sex crimes convict Harvey Weinstein; Reese Witherspoon and author Delia Owens on the movie based on Owens' "Where the Crawdads Sing"; the history and legacy of the Hollywood Bowl; a National Gallery of Art exhibit that frames centuries of the Black experience through the works of artists past and present; MacArthur genius grant recipient Reginald Dwayne Betts; what's behind the current rate of inflation; the private American Academy in Rome.

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Episode 46


Sun, Jul 17, 2022 90 mins

COVID; children's book author Jason Reynolds on his efforts to make reading cool; the B-52's; "The Last Movie Stars," a docuseries on Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward; former Arizona congresswoman Gabby Giffords and her husband, Sen. Mark Kelly (D-Ariz.); Maj. John Duffy (USA Ret.), a Vietnam veteran and published poet.

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Episode 47


Sun, Jul 24, 2022 90 mins

Conor Knighton checks out what public libraries are doing to stay current and relevant in their communities.

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Episode 48


Sun, Jul 31, 2022 90 mins

Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" reports on the difficulties of determining if art masterpieces are real or fake. Jonathan Vigliotti heads to Alaska to sample unique frozen food that includes fish. John Dickerson talks about the economy with Goldman Sachs' Lloyd Blankfein and finance columnist Michelle Singletary. Rita Braver looks at the joys of a family-owned, American-made appliance – the Sub-Zero freezer.

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Episode 49


Sun, Aug 7, 2022 90 mins

Why there is reason for hope for the world; former Marine Elliot Ackerman on his book about America's withdrawal from Afghanistan; the world premiere of the opera "Omar" at the Spoleto Festival, which was co-written by Rhiannon Giddens; director-turned-author Michael Mann; the pickleball phenomenon; Moxie, a popular soft drink in Maine; the world of hydrangeas on Cape Cod; Lionel Richie; and David Sedaris on what's in a name.

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Episode 50


Sun, Aug 14, 2022 90 mins

Rita Braver talks about what is right about left-handed people. Faith Salie heads to an exhibit of women artists at the Lyndhurst Mansion.

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Episode 51


Sun, Aug 21, 2022 90 mins

Lee Cowan discusses the chemical compounds PFAS, which have contaminated water supplies across the country for decades.

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Episode 52


Sun, Aug 28, 2022 90 mins

How design and devices play an important role in tracking people's daily lives; the history of Santa Barbara, Cal., which was inspired by Spanish design; an artist in Wales who is turning sand and stone into ephemeral works of art.; the design of surfboards; vertical farms; the history of wallpaper; "plant walls; home office design tips. Also: singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins.

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