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CBS Sunday Morning Season 45 Episodes

65 Episodes 2022 - 0

Episode 1


Sun, Sep 4, 2022 90 mins

David Pogue digs into the debate about working in the office over working remotely.

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Episode 2


Sun, Sep 11, 2022 90 mins

The life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II; the ascension of King Charles III and the line of succession; Queen Elizabeth's image as portrayed on TV and in the movies; Queen Elizabeth's life-long love of animals; the defining moments in Queen Elizabeth's seven-decade reign and the impact she had on people around the world; and former President Bill Clinton on the Queen's encounters with 13 U.S. presidents. Also: a new program that provides affordable housing.

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Episode 3


Sun, Sep 18, 2022 90 mins

The increase in people buying and building underground bunkers in the event of nuclear war; actor-comic Billy Eichner on the pioneering gay romantic comedy "Bros"; King Charlies III prepares to say goodbye to his mother.

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Episode 4


Sun, Sep 25, 2022 90 mins

How and where people are watching shows and movies; an exhibit of birdhouses on display at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York; director Peter Farrelly and the cast of "The Greatest Beer Run Ever"; Wynonna Judd; Gwyneth Paltrow; Sigourney Weaver; and author Mitch Albom ("Tuesdays with Morrie").

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Episode 5


Sun, Oct 2, 2022 90 mins

The history and significance of "top secret" documents; Erin French, founder of The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine; John Stamos; the CIA Museum in Langley, Va.; New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman on her new book and decades covering Donald Trump; the NASA mission to deflect an asteroid; and Cate Blanchett ("Tár"); and Hua Hsu, author of the memoir "Stay True," shares thoughts about his life.

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Episode 6


Sun, Oct 9, 2022 90 mins

The world of consultants McKinsey & Company; Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson; Julia Roberts; actor John David Washington, the son of Denzel Washington; the newly renovated David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center; a look back at the life of John Denver on the 25th anniversary of his death; Erin French, founder of the unique restaurant The Lost Kitchen in Freedom, Maine; bluegrass musician Billy Strings; and Jim Gaffigan on pumpkin season.

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Episode 7

A Nation Divided?

Sun, Oct 16, 2022 90 mins

Ted Koppel anchors a look at what keep Americans apart and those that bring them together. Included: a push to change the Oregon-Iowa border for political reasons; divisions created by social media and the internet; the impact of talk radio; other times in history when the country was divided; how the world views the U.S.; singer-songwriter John Legend on being a superstar with a social conscience; the wealth gap in Wyoming; and Norman Lear on humor and political/social change.

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Episode 8


Sun, Oct 23, 2022 90 mins

Journalist Bob Woodward; actor Ralph Fiennes; comedian Gabriel "Fluffy" Iglesias; singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff; Formula 1 racers, including Lewis Hamilton; and author John Irving ("The Last Chairlift"). Also: a Metropolitan Museum of Art photo exhibit featuring the work of Bernd and Hilla Becher; Ed Bradley's "60 Minutes" story on the 1955 murder of the 14-year-old Emmett Till; and Steve Hartman on the ties that bind.

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Episode 9


Sun, Oct 30, 2022 90 mins

Robert Costa reports from Pennsylvania, where many big national issues are on the ballot. Also: U2's Bono, Jamie Lee Curtis; a Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibit of industrial photos; the famed Witch's House in Beverly Hills; a club that seeks to visit every town in Vermont; the medical miracles that can result from changes to cells; author Ian McEwan; a woman's crusade to honor the forgotten victims of hate; and Peggy Rusk, whose interracial marriage in 1967 made national headlines.

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Episode 10


Sun, Nov 6, 2022 90 mins

Changing attitudes about crying, especially regarding men; Sylvester Stallone on "Tulsa King"; Steven Spielberg on his new semi-autobiographical film, "The Fabelmans"; Cameron Crowe on the "Almost Famous" Broadway musical; The Museum of Broadway; the lumberjacks and lumber "Jills" at the Lumberjack World Championships in Wisconsin; Daylight Saving Time; Jon Meacham on the upcoming elections; and one woman's crusade to honor forgotten victims of hate.

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Episode 11


Sun, Nov 13, 2022 90 mins

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Episode 12


Sun, Nov 20, 2022 90 mins

Linda Ronstadt shares recipes from her Mexican heritage; the trend in "dirty sodas"; cannabis cuisine; a restaurant in Kyiv, Ukraine, where residents flock for the traditional borsch; how climate change is impacting how and where fruit can be grown; chef Eric Ripert on the 50th anniversary of his famed restaurant, Le Bernardin; the small wonders of the food world: baby carrots, mini melons and microgreens; foods permissible under Islamic Law; a family-run New York City butcher shop.

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Episode 13


Sun, Nov 27, 2022 90 mins

An expedition that takes tourists on a deep-sea dive to where the Titanic rests at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean; a U.S. program that provides wounded Ukrainian soldiers with state-of-the-art prosthetic limbs; a new type of squash that was selectively bred for a better taste; Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir; the ongoing controversy surrounding Twitter; singer Andrea Boccelli; the historic Hotel Chelsea; and filmmaker Josh Seftel talks with his mother.

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Episode 14


Sun, Dec 4, 2022 90 mins

The Entertainment Nation exhibit at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History; actor Brendan Fraser; the country's child welfare system, which is a lifesaver to some and a nightmare to others; Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) and New Yorker editor David Remnick; filmmaker Guillermo del Toro ("Pinocchio"); a McDonald's with kindness on the menu; the food additive MSG; Rabbi Steve Leder on antisemitism; and Jim Gaffigan on the holiday season.

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Episode 15


Sun, Dec 11, 2022 90 mins

Filmmaker Alexandra Pelosi ("Pelosi in the House"); singer-songwriter Charlie Puth; rapper, talk show host and activist Killer Mike; the Smothers Brothers. Also: the tearing down of an architectural landmark, Japan's Nakagin Tower; David Pogue on his favorite gadgets for the holidays; the Dancing Grannies; and one of the most familiar food additives, MSG.

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Episode 16


Sun, Dec 18, 2022 90 mins

The popularity of pickup trucks; Hallmark Christmas movies; Margot Robbie on her career and new film, "Babylon"; Castelfidardo, Italy, which is known as the manufacturing hub for accordions; why donuts are a must-have for Hanukkah; red and green chiles served up "Christmas style"; composer Nick Britell, who is responsible for some memorable TV and movie themes; Jim Gaffigan on this "wonderful" time of year; and Faith Salie shares some childhood thoughts on the arrival of Santa.

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Episode 17


Sun, Dec 25, 2022 90 mins

Good news stories of 2022; a performance of holiday classics by the Young People's Chorus of New York City and Andrea, Matteo and Virginia Bocelli; Lizzo discusses her music, family and home ownership; the origins of "Amazing Grace"; unique holiday trees; how a VHS camera changed everything for a boy named Conor Knighton; the Christmas panettone, a holiday treat from Italy; the 50th anniversary of Washington's Kennedy Center; Rubik's Cube and the art of Daniella Chaim; and stairway newel posts.

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Episode 18


Sun, Jan 1, 2023 90 mins

The secret to happiness; those we lost during 2022; the family of comedy legend Carl Reiner; a look back at 2022; what's on the horizon in Washington, what's ahead in the war in Ukraine; what may happen in Asia in the coming year; and the best books of 2022 as well as the most anticipated books of 2023.

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Episode 19


Sun, Jan 8, 2023 90 mins

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Episode 20


Sun, Jan 15, 2023 90 mins

How artificial intelligence is changing the world; "Baywatch" icon Pam Anderson; Hollywood legends Sally Field, Rita Moreno, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin on their film, "80 for Brady"; a new exhibit of the works of artist Amedeo Modigliani at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia; Maryland governor-elect Wes Moore on his life in and out of politics; an enslaved couple's daring escape to freedom and a legacy that lives on today; and the marble championships in rural Tennessee.

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Episode 21


Sun, Jan 22, 2023 90 mins

How the COVID-19 pandemic impacted children's education; Harrison Ford; the use of artificial intelligence to write everything from stories to recipes; Native American glass artist Preston Singletary; the legacy of former President Lyndon B. Johnson; the family of comedy legend Carl Reiner; the divided reaction to "The Embrace," a new sculpture honoring Martin Luther King Jr.; a traditional paper called hanji; and a story about going the extra mile.

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Episode 22


Sun, Jan 29, 2023 90 mins

Highlights include: Colin Farrell; Brendan Gleeson; James Cromwell; an exhibition of the works of the late Swiss surrealist artist Meret Oppenheim; the life and death of child peace activist Samantha Smith; authors Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch; architect Steven Holl; and a retired Air Force veteran who helps pay for prescription drugs for strangers.

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Episode 23


Sun, Feb 5, 2023 90 mins

The issues facing Ticketmaster; Smokey Robinson; an exhibit of the artist Edward Hopper's workat the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York; the music used in video games; the history of hip hop music as a cultural movement; what's driving the K-pop craze; controversy over gas stoves; Carole Feraci, who disrupted a White House gala in 1972; a retired Air Force veteran who helps buy prescription drugs for strangers; and the beginning of the Black Power movement.

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Episode 24


Sun, Feb 12, 2023 90 mins

The enduring appeal of love songs; David Hogg, a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School mass shooting survivor who found his life mission on that dark day five years ago; the life and legacy of songwriter Burt Bacharach; Michigan's Mackinac Island, known as the fudge capital of the world; Dog Mountain in Vermont; reality show stars Nick and Vanessa Lachey; the 75th anniversary of Harry Truman's executive order ending segregation in the U.S. military; and what football means to America.

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Episode 25


Sun, Feb 19, 2023 90 mins

The first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine; actor Liev Schreiber on his efforts to bring aid to the Ukrainian people; the acclaimed new film "All Quiet on the Western Front"; John Williams, Quincy Jones, Herbie Hancock and others pay tribute to the late music legend Henry Mancini; Oscar-nominated actor Judd Hirsch; the history and impact of the Washington Monument; the Carnival of Venice; the trend of companies giving employees ownership in the company and what happens next.

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Episode 26


Sun, Feb 26, 2023 90 mins

The epidemic of gun violence in Baltimore and a grassroots effort to save the community; Dr. David Agus ("The Book of Animal Secrets"); Sarah Polley ("Women Talking"); former "Indiana Jones" child actor Ke Huy Quan about his Oscar-nominated comeback in "Everything Everywhere All at Once"; pioneering journalist Belva Davis; the Great Salt Lake in Utah; Woody Harrelson; and a high-school football player wise beyond his years.

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Episode 27


Sun, Mar 5, 2023 90 mins

The race for American companies to manufacture computer chips domestically; a Johannes Vermeer exhibit in Amsterdam; the life and legacy of "Peanuts" creator Charles Schulz; Nick Kroll ("History of the World: Part II"); "Tonight Show" host Jimmy Fallon; the overlooked role of firearms in suicide; the Alex Murdaugh trial; a Michelle Miller essay tied to her book, "Belonging: A Daughter's Search for Identity Through Loss and Love"; and a goose that found love again after losing a partner.

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Episode 28


Sun, Mar 12, 2023 90 mins

Martin Scorsese on efforts to save Hollywood films; Al Pacino and Ellen Burstyn on New York's Actors Studio; Eva Longoria on her work on TV, splitting time between the U.S. and Mexico, and activism; John Waters on his art collection; the Broadway adaptation of the "Some Like It Hot" movie; the popularity of "boring" video games; Pompeii, where archaeologists continue to uncover parts of the ancient city covered with volcanic ash; and filmmaker Josh Seftel's talk with his mom about his Oscar nod.

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Episode 29


Sun, Mar 19, 2023 90 mins

Martha Teichner reports on one of the first incorporated all-Black towns in the U.S., established after the Civil War, where residents are now fighting developers they fear threaten their culture. Tracy Smith catches up with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon together again for their new movie "AIR," the story of the creation of Nike's Air Jordan shoes. Rita Braver introduces Ari Shapiro, host of NPR's "All Things Considered," who is also a man of many talents.

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Episode 30


Sun, Mar 26, 2023 90 mins

Seth Doane explores how original works of art worldwide are being returned to their home countries; Mo Rocca visits the cast of CBS' daytime hit 'The Young and the Restless' to talk about the series' 50th anniversary; Ben Mankiewicz catches up with actor Owen Wilson to chat about his new film, "Paint," and his career.

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Episode 31


Sun, Apr 2, 2023 90 mins

The history and legacy of Pendleton wool blankets; backstage at Broadway's "Shucked"; Neil Diamond; why TikTok has become popular and why politicians want to ban it; kids who are helping seniors with computer questions; family recipes saved from the Holocaust and kept alive by a chef; The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State; and historian Yuval Noah Harari looks to Israel and explains why what seems like an issue facing one country is a concern for us all.

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Episode 32


Sun, Apr 9, 2023 90 mins

The Dominion Voting v. Fox News lawsuit; the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum at Ohio State; a special Easter egg hunt for Oregon's official rock, the "Thunder Egg"; F. Murray Abraham; Cindy McCain, the head of the United Nations World Food Program; Jennifer Garner and author Laura Dave ("The Last Thing He Told Me"); Lillias White ("Hadestown"); and Rabbi Steve Leder shares thoughts on Passover, while Rev. Michael Bruce Curry, primate of The Episcopal Church, offers thoughts on Easter.

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Episode 33


Sun, Apr 16, 2023 90 mins

The Dominion Voting v. Fox News lawsuit; the search for sunken treasure in the Bahamas; Cindy McCain, widow of the late Senator John McCain; the recent surge in shoplifting; RIP Medical Debt, a charity that pays off medical bills for people in need; Jennifer Garner and author Laura Dave ("The Last Thing He Told Me").

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Episode 34


Sun, Apr 23, 2023 90 mins

Efforts to bring back the dodo bird and other extinct species; the growing issue of books being banned in libraries, schools and other places; actor Chita Rivera; James Corden; Amy Silverstein on being a two-time heart transplant survivor who's now battling terminal cancer; Rachel McAdams (Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret"); and the Broadway musical "New York, New York."

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Episode 35


Sun, Apr 30, 2023 90 mins

Michael J. Fox; the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum; former POWs visit the cells they were held in at a prison in Vietnam known as "The Hanoi Hilton"; Bruce Springsteen and Warren Zanes on Zane's book "Deliver Me from Nowhere: The Making of Bruce Springsteen's Nebraska"; the Broadway play "Good Night, Oscar"; Lucinda Williams; the story of a nurse; author Sarah DiGregorio on the importance of nurses; the bells that will be ringing.at the coronation of King Charles III.

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Episode 36


Sun, May 7, 2023 90 mins

Highlights from the coronation of King Charles III; singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran; Tom Hanks on his first novel; former secretary of state Henry Kissinger, who marks his 100th birthday this month; Anderson Cooper and Andy Cohen on their careers and fatherhood; the inside scoop on eating out from a top-secret Michelin food critic; and fashion designer Aurora James.

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Episode 37


Sun, May 14, 2023 90 mins

Lee Cowan reports on the historical and legislative roots of the current immigration crisis. Enrique Acevedo looks at the immigration crisis through the eyes of people leaving their homes to find hope in other countries. Conor Knighton heads to Washington state for the annual tulip festival. Luke Burbank talks with actor Juliette Lewis about her career and role on the hit series Yellowjackets. Ben Mankiewicz profiles Jeremy Strong, one of the stars of the series "Succession."

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Episode 38

By Design

Sun, May 21, 2023 90 mins

Some of New York City's grandest homes are spotlighted. Also: How people live in both massive and miniscule homes; how design comes into play for a good night's sleep; the history of elevators; the Tiffany flagship store in New York; the life and designs of architect Paul Revere Williams; magician David Copperfield; Martha Stewart's rose garden; the 150th anniversary of Levis' 501 jeans; whether shoes should be worn inside homes; and the hidden courtyards and gardens in Morocco.

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Episode 39


Sun, May 28, 2023 90 mins

The debt ceiling; U.S military bases that are being renamed because of concerns over racism and ties to the Confederacy; an appreciation of the late Tina Turner; Broadway's Lillias White ("Hadestown" ); Arnold Schwarzenegger; New Orleans jazz clarinetist Doreen Ketchens; author Isabel Allende ("The Wind Knows My Name"); the Museum of Failure in New York City; the story of George Polk, the CBS reporter killed during the Greek Civil War in 1948 and for whom the prestigious Polk Award is named.

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Episode 40


Sun, Jun 18, 2023 90 mins

Tracy Smith looks at the history and legacy of entertainment legend Ed Sullivan, who launched on CBS 75 years ago. Jane Pauley sits down with friend and journalist Tom Brokaw, who looks back on his childhood in North Dakota and his career as told in a new book.

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Episode 41


Sun, Jun 25, 2023 90 mins

The submersible that disappeared while on an expedition to the Titanic; Paul Simon on his latest album; Tom Brokaw on his childhood in North Dakota and his career; the life and legacy of Rock Hudson; the wisdom of owls; singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams on her her book; and the latest on ice cubes.

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Episode 42


Sun, Jul 2, 2023 90 mins

A South Carolina project to save local newspapers; people who rescue and rehabilitate endangered sea turtles; an exhibit featuring the work of pioneering American photographer Ansel Adams; the life and enduring influence of Bruce Lee; the Louis Armstrong Center in Queens, N.Y.; the history of Ferris wheels; and 83-year-old trumpeter Larry Kingsley, who takes to the streets six nights a week in North Carolina to play patriotic songs to honor his late wife.

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Episode 43


Sun, Jul 9, 2023 90 mins

The increase in pedestrian fatalities; author Carl Sferazza Anthony ("Camera Girl: The Coming of Age of Jackie Bouvier Kennedy"); poet Rose Styron, the widow of author William Styron; Jim Gaffigan on summer at the beach; 11-year-old Paisley Gardner, who got the surprise of a lifetime when her father took her to see her favorite singer in concert; and the Smothers Brothers.

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Episode 44


Sun, Jul 16, 2023 90 mins

The story of J. Robert Oppenheimer; the Broadway musical "Here Lies Love," based on the life of Imelda Marcos; the work of Native American artist Jaune Quick-to-See Smith; the history of summer blockbuster movies; Zoe Saldaña ("Special Ops: Lioness"); and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Also: Yuval Noah Harari offers some thoughts on the turmoil in Israel.

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Episode 45


Sun, Jul 23, 2023 90 mins

The life and legacy of singer Tony Bennett (1926-2023); the life and enduring cultural influence of Bruce Lee (1940-1973); Margot Robbie ("Barbie"); a land-management trend in the U.K.; a young Maine beekeeper; a cutting-edge nuclear power plant founded by Bill Gates in Wyoming; a 7-year-old boy who makes music that has caught the attention of big-name artists; and Jim Gaffigan on the challenges of charging mobile phones.

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Episode 46


Sun, Jul 30, 2023 90 mins

How to detect and avoid telephone and internet scammers; former "Knots Landing" star Donna Mills, who produces wine in her backyard; small towns for sale; Japanese companies that are more than a century old; Titan Caskets, which sells caskets online; Spanish greenhouses; a search for sunken treasure in the Bahamas; the surge in shoplifting; RIP Medical Debt, a charity that pays off medical bills for people in need; and whether meetings are a waste of time.

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Episode 47


Sun, Aug 6, 2023 90 mins

What's behind the scorching weather that has gripped much of the country this summer; Republican presidential hopeful Chris Christie; Michael J. Fox on his battle with Parkinson's disease; whether people should keep pigs for pets; a mine-clearing device that can help the military clear a safe line through a minefield; an 89-year-old gravedigger in Galveston, Ind.; the famed high-end Riva Yachts; and Jim Gaffigan on charging a smartphone.

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Episode 48


Sun, Aug 13, 2023 90 mins

The world of the artist known only as Banksy; Depeche Mode; Morgan Freeman on his documentary, "761st Tank Battalion: The Original Black Panthers"; author Tess Gunty ("The Rabbit Hutch"); Happywhale, an organization that encourages people to identify individual animals; non-alcoholic cocktails; the Opal Awards, which are considered the Oscars of engineering; a man who restored an old Mustang for a friend battling ALS; and Jim Gaffigan on charging a smartphone.

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Episode 49


Sun, Aug 20, 2023 90 mins

New York City's grandest homes; how people live in massive and minuscule homes; magician David Copperfield; how design impacts sleep; a warehouse that houses replacement spoons and teacups; the history of elevators; the reimagined Tiffany flagship store in New York; the 150th anniversary of Levis' 501 jeans; whether shoes should be worn inside homes or removed at the door; hidden courtyards and gardens in Morocco; the ancient Japanese art of Kintsugi; and art made from tumbleweeds.

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Episode 50


Sun, Aug 27, 2023 90 mins

One of nature's most fascinating weather phenomena—lightning; the history of the so-called "muffler men" used to promote roadside attractions; violin virtuoso Augustin Hadelich; F. Murray Abraham; sweat; John Stamos; cooking with marijuana; the 60th anniversary of the March on Washington and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech; bus driver-pastor Reid Moon.

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Episode 51

A Nation Divided?

Sun, Sep 3, 2023 90 mins

A look at what keeps Americans apart and brings them together. Included: a push to change the Oregon-Iowa border; divisions created by social media; the impact of talk radio; other times in history when the country was divided; singer-songwriter John Legend on being a superstar with a social conscience; the wealth gap in Wyoming; Norman Lear on humor and political/social change; a school that pays students to learn a trade; and building bridges between politically divided people.

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Episode 52


Sun, Sep 10, 2023 90 mins

Walter Isaacson on his biography of Elon Musk; former NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg on rebuilding after 9/11 and the need to revitalize cities; global music star Maluma; Oprah Winfrey on her mission to promote happiness; Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, on his upcoming retirement; an art exhibit on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.; Sunday sauce; people paying it forward; Brad Mislow on how searching for a job is similar to online dating.

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Episode 53


Sun, Sep 17, 2023 90 mins

The Pennsylvania manhunt that captivated the nation; Apple CEO Tim Cook; Carlos Santana; Anderson Cooper on his book about the Astor family dynasty; new information showing that the Chinese "spy balloon" that flew across the U.S. wasn't spying; the history and impact of Ms. magazine; Sheila Johnson, the first Black female billionaire and the co-founder of BET; and the impact beavers have on the environment.

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Episode 54


Sun, Sep 24, 2023 90 mins

Cassidy Hutchinson on testifying before the House Select Committee to investigate the Jan. 6 attack, her time at the White House, what happened after she testified and her book, "Enough." Also: model Gisele Bundchen; behind the scenes at Consumer Reports; an exhibit looking back at 50 years of hip hop in St. Louis; the Talking Heads; what the rest of the world is watching on TV; former schoolmates who reconnected decades after graduation; and filmmaker Josh Seftel's mother on the environment.

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Episode 55


Sun, Oct 1, 2023 90 mins

The growing use of artificial intelligence in national security and war; Pulitzer Prize-winning author Hernan Diaz; singer-songwriter Joan Baez; Marty Baron, former editor of The Washington Post and The Boston Globe; the cast of the revival of Stephen Sondheim's "Merrily We Roll Along"; a CSI crime lab dedicated to animals; the looming government shutdown.

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Episode 56


Sun, Oct 8, 2023 90 mins

Rachel Maddow discusses her book, "Prequel: An American Fight Against Fascism; the life and legacy of Sly Stone; Ghana, where cocoa beans for making chocolate are harvested; a domestic exchange program that brings together U.S. high school students from different parts of the country; the comeback of the Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus; and Jim Gaffigan on going to the movies with his five children.

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Episode 57


Sun, Oct 15, 2023 90 mins

Whether attention spans are getting shorter; the war in Israel; Leonardo DiCaprio, Lily Gladstone and Martin Scorsese on "Killers of the Flower Moon"; Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones; Gen. David Petraeus (USA Ret.) on the wars in Israel and Ukraine; historian Yuval Noah Harari ("Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind"); New York Times columnist David Brooks ("How to Know a Person: The Art of Seeing Others Deeply and Being Deeply Seen"; and sunflowers.

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Episode 58


Sun, Oct 22, 2023 90 mins

The latest news on the conflict in the Israel-Hamas war, along with a look at the big issues that emerged this week and what may lie ahead. Also, Kelefa Sanneh profiles legendary blues guitarist Buddy Guy, and Rita Braver tours the newly renovated National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.

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Episode 59


Sun, Oct 29, 2023 90 mins

Jim Axelrod looks at the role of the important people waiting in the wings, from baseball players to understudies to musicians; David Pogue catches up with Barry Manilow, who, in addition to his countless hits, has now written a Broadway show.

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Episode 60


Sun, Nov 5, 2023 90 mins

The pros and cons of working from home versus returning to the office; Barbra Streisand on her memoir, "My Name is Barbra"; how a young Barbra Streisand turned into a legendary performer; the issues ahead in the 2024 presidential election; the life of Bass Reeves, one of the first Black U.S. Marshals; Mexico's Day of the Dead holiday; the famed Hollywood sign; and a high-end watch collectors' convention.

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Episode 61


Sun, Nov 12, 2023 90 mins

The changing role of men and boys in American society; Bradley Cooper, writer-director of "Maestro," based on Leonard Bernstein, and a conversation with Bernstein's children; Alicia Keys on "Hell's Kitchen," a musical loosely based on her life; artist Ed Ruscha; woolly bear caterpillars that are forecasting the weather; how the Israelis will have to use robots in the tunnels Hamas built in Gaza; a cemetery for American soldiers in Italy; and Dr. Tim Johnson on the abortion debate.

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Episode 62

Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Sun, Nov 19, 2023 90 mins

Garth Brooks leads a tour of his Nashville honkytonk; how new food products are created; international influences in barbeque; the beef sandwich made famous by "The Bear"; how bread is rooted in Sardinia history and culture; cooking tools everyone needs; sardines; The Slutty Vegan restaurant chain; the pawpaw fruit; a lawyer who fights false claims on food packages; a top recipe source, The New York Times; Syrian immigrants bringing a taste of home to America; and Jim Gaffigan on bourbon.

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Episode 63


Sun, Nov 26, 2023 90 mins

Brian Wallach, who has lived six years with ALS; singer-songwriter Chaka Khan; the world of gourds; "Napoleon" director Ridley Scott; journalist Tim Alberta, author of "The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory: American Evangelicals in an Age of Extremism"; the human toll of "e-waste" in Ghana; filmmaker Josh Seftel and his mom on Artificial Intelligence; and author Mark Chiusano ("The Fabulist") on what Congressman George Santos' situation says about the state of politics in America.

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Episode 64


Sun, Dec 3, 2023 90 mins

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Episode 65


Sun, Dec 10, 2023 90 mins

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