Sunday Morning

  • 1979
  • 7 Seasons

An elegantly low-key Sunday-morning fixture on CBS since 1979, this Peabody and Emmy-winning magazine provides news and features on myriad subjects, with an emphasis on the arts. Each episode ends with nature footage---the relaxing sights and sounds of birds, animals or plant life, minus intrusive voice-over or music.

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Suspect identified in California synagogue shooting
01:22 — One woman was killed, and three other people wounded, in an attack on a synagogue in Poway, California Saturday. Jonathan Vigliotti has the latest.
Frida Kahlo: The art and the artist
04:45 — There is so much more to Frida Kahlo than meets the eye, as viewed in a new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum that blurs the line between artist and a (more…)
Nature: Foxes
02:33 — "Sunday Morning" takes you this morning to Massey, Maryland, where a mother fox spends quality time with her young. Videographer: Jeff Reisly.
Calendar: Week of April 29
00:58 — From Tony Award nominations to the Kentucky Derby, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.
"Network" and the changing state of TV news
10:35 — In the years since the premiere of Paddy Chayefsky's Oscar-winning satire "Network," in which TV news anchor Howard Beale became a "mad prophet of the (more…)
Almanac: Chernobyl
01:38 — On April 28, 1986 the Soviet government grudgingly acknowledged an explosion and release of radiation at a nuclear power plant. Jane Pauley reports.
Extended interview: Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg and husband Chasten
17:17 — In this expanded version of an interview conducted for "Sunday Morning," John Dickerson, the co-host of "CBS This Morning," talked with Democratic pre (more…)
BTS, the Korean pop sensation
08:22 — One of the most popular Korean pop groups in the world is the boy band known as BTS (for "Beyond the Scene") – the first Korean act to sell out a U.S. (more…)
The Mueller Report: Road map to where?
03:40 — A redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election, and President Trump's efforts to (more…)
BTS, the Korean pop sensation
08:21 — One of the most popular Korean pop groups in the world is the boy band known as BTS (for "Beyond the Scene") – the first Korean act to sell out a U.S. (more…)
The Missing People Choir: Raising their voices
08:20 — They call themselves the Missing People Choir – 30 or so voices from every walk of life, most of whom had never sung a day in their lives. But nearly (more…)
"To Kill a Mockingbird": Lessons for today
07:10 — Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about racism in the Deep South has been a perennial read in grade school, an Academy Award-winning film, and (more…)
Nature: Baby geese
02:10 — On this Easter morning, "Sunday Morning" takes you to the company of goslings – baby geese – at Stow Lake in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. Videogr (more…)
Producer, pastor Bishop T.D. Jakes on faith-based films
01:49 — In this web exclusive, Bishop T.D. Jakes, a pastor who has produced several films revolving around issues of faith, such as "Miracles From Heaven" sta (more…)
Films with a message of faith
07:43 — With the end of big-budget Biblical epics, faith-based movies have long been out of favor in Hollywood. But in the years since Mel Gibson's "The Passi (more…)
Take Note: Florence Welch
05:34 — As Florence Welch – lead singer of Florence + the Machine – faced down her demons, her lyrics became more revealing. Anthony Mason talks with the 32-y (more…)
Almanac: The Red Baron
01:46 — On April 21, 1918, German fighter pilot Manfred von Richthofen was shot down over France. Lee Cowan reports.
Preview: Sarah McLachlan back in the game
01:11 — After a long hiatus, the singer-songwriter has returned with a new album and a tour. In this preview of a "Sunday Morning" profile, Sarah McLachlan ta (more…)
Lee Grant and the fallout of the blacklist
02:14 — In this web extra video, actress/director Lee Grant, author of the new memoir, "I Said Yes to Everything," talks to correspondent Michelle Miller abou (more…)
Bespoke libraries bring books and design in harmony
04:30 — Boulder, Colo., bookseller and curator Thatcher Wine is to a library what a tailor is to a suit, as he custom-designs book collections to suit his cus (more…)
Almanac: Lewis & Clark
02:41 — On August 31, 1803, Meriwether Lewis, later joined by William Clark, pushed off from Pittsburgh harbor, heading west on a journey that would make hist (more…)
Passage: A miracle of medicine
01:25 — Doctors at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden announced this week that a 36-year-old woman has given birth to a baby boy after receiving a transpl (more…)
Preview: Sam Smith still doubts himself
00:27 — The British singer with the chart-topping "Stay With Me" tells correspondent Anthony Mason that he still doesn’t understand "what people hear in my vo (more…)
Two hearts on the mend
02:27 — Traditional medicine can do wonders when it comes to saving lives. But when it comes to making those lives worth living, sometimes patients need a lit (more…)
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