CBS News Sunday Morning

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  • 2016
  • 44 Seasons
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The weekly news magazine series CBS News Sunday Morning covers the current events of the week. Topics include news, politics, sports, weather. The series also includes a healthy dose of feature stories focused on human interest topics. The series debuted in 1979.

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October 17, 2021
42. October 17, 2021
October 17, 2021
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October 10, 2021
41. October 10, 2021
October 10, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at what is breaking the supply chain. Plus: Tracy Smith interviews singer-songwriter Olivia Rodrigo; Rita Braver examines the battle over Roe v. Wade; Martha Teichner delves into the literary collaboration of Louise Penny and Hillary Rodham Clinton; Seth Doane profiles "Pose" star Billy Porter; Anthony Mason checks out an iconic Les Paul guitar up for auction; Jonathan Vigliotti experiences a novel way to view fall colors; and John Blackstone takes a flying car for a test drive.
October 3, 2021
40. October 3, 2021
October 3, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue examines the problem of misinformation and conspiracy theories being spread on Facebook. Also: Ben Mankiewicz talks with "No Time to Die" star Daniel Craig about leaving behind the character of James Bond; Jim Axelrod interviews The Doobie Brothers; Lee Cowan sits down with bestselling author Anthony Doerr; Serena Altschul profiles pottery artist Roberto Lugo; and Kelefa Sanneh discusses his youthful (and not-so-youthful) infatuation with punk rock.
September 26, 2021
39. September 26, 2021
September 26, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Susan Spencer looks at the pain of family estrangements, and the difficulty of repairing broken family bonds. Plus: David Pogue looks at the road to Broadway of a musical about Princess Diana; Maurice DuBois talks with Adrienne Warren about her Tony-nominated performance as Tina Turner; Serena Altschul visits a MoMA exhibit about cars and art; Lee Cowan sits down with "The Price is Right" host Drew Carey; Mola Lenghi interviews former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi, one of the few female leaders of a Fortune 500 company; and Seth Doane takes in the pageantry of a medieval jousting competition in the Italian village of Arezzo.
September 19, 2021
38. September 19, 2021
September 19, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Ted Koppel visits a North Carolina town that has fashioned itself as a real-life Mayberry, from "The Andy Griffith Show." Plus: Tracy Smith profiles actor James Brolin; Mo Rocca sits down with Anderson Cooper to discuss his new book on the family history of the Vanderbilts; Martha Teichner finds out how dialogue coaches put the accent on an actor's performance; Serena Altschul and Lee Cowan check out new offerings at museums and multiplexes this fall; and John Blackstone examines the late artist Christo's posthumous project
September 12, 2021
37. September 12, 2021
September 12, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Martha Teichner witnesses efforts to tag migratory whimbrel shorebirds. Plus: Jim Axelrod talks with "Sopranos" creator David Chase about his prequel film, "The Many Saints of Newark"; Tracy Smith watches as the touring company of "Wicked" re-takes the stage; Luke Burbank finds out how dogs are trained to search for people trapped in rubble; John Dickerson talks with Chris Wallace about his new book on the hunt for Osama bin Laden; Ben Mankiewicz interviews Cedric the Entertainer; Rita Braver visits an exhibition of works on paper by Paul CĂ©zanne; and Lee Cowan looks at the transformation of Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan.
September 5, 2021
36. September 5, 2021
September 5, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Erin Moriarty investigates how some businesses are being affected by a shortage of staff - and how lower-wage workers are finding new career opportunities. Plus: Martha Teichner looks at how, 20 years later, 9/11 is being remembered and taught; John Dickerson talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Richard Drew about the searing pictures he took on 9/11; Tracy Smith sits down with actor Jeff Daniels, star of "American Rust"; Mo Rocca finds out what it takes to be a ball person at the U.S. Open; and Ben Tracy interviews Linda Christensen, who for half a century was the Minnesota State Fair's butter sculptor.
August 29, 2021
35. August 29, 2021
August 29, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Lee Cowan finds out how one Iowa town is fighting for an Afghan immigrant who served with U.S. forces. Also: Ted Koppel looks at the epidemic of gun violence in Baltimore; Faith Salie sits down with "Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi; Anthony Mason talks with David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash; David Martin digs into the controversy surrounding former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, acquitted of war crime charges; and Lilia Luciano visits an exhibition of Latinx art at El Museo del Barrio in New York.
August 22, 2021
34. August 22, 2021
August 22, 2021
Guests host: Lee Cowan. In our cover story, David Martin examines the days leading up to the rapid fall of the Afghan government. Plus: David Pogue traces the history of the cellphone by sitting down with its inventor, Marty Cooper; Tracy Smith profiles Oscar-winning composer John Williams; Lee Cowan interviews a medal-winning archer who was born without arms; Dr. Jon LaPook meets a doctor who has won acclaim for his side gig as a singer-songwriter; Anna Werner visits a New Orleans shop that is more than just an antique store; and Luke Burbank visits a California ghost town with a population of one.
August 15, 2021
33. August 15, 2021
August 15, 2021
Hosted by Lee Cowan. In our cover story, Conor Knighton visits women who staff fire lookout towers in Klamath National Forest in California. Plus: Lee Cowan talks with students about the intense pressures they feel to succeed academically; Ben Mankiewicz interviews Oscar-winning actress Marlee Matlin, star of the new film "CODA"; Kelefa Sanneh talks with music producer Clive Davis about next weekend's "Homecoming Concert" in New York City's Central Park; Chip Reid visits a unique, interactive museum in Washington, D.C., devoted to language; David Pogue meets a chorus of seniors who perform rock songs; and "Sunday Morning" debuts a new musical film celebrating New York City, called "New York State of Mind."
August 8, 2021
32. August 8, 2021
August 8, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at efforts being devised to help rid low Earth orbit of increasingly hazardous space junk. Also: John Blackstone delves into a new anthology of the collected writings of Jim Morrison, lead singer of The Doors; Martha Teichner takes a colorful look at ancient Greek and Roman sculptures; Tracy Smith sits down with actor-director George Clooney; Mo Rocca checks out hydrangea fever on Cape Cod; Ben Tracy samples wine cooled on the ocean floor; and Conor Knighton meets a man on a mission: flying shelter dogs to their new forever homes.
August 1, 2021
31. August 1, 2021
August 1, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Luke Burbank examines how Butte, Montana, is overcoming a century of environmental damage from its mining industry. Also: Kelefa Sanneh talks with Jennifer Hudson about her portrayal of Aretha Franklin in the biopic, "Respect"; David Martin interviews retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, who testified against President Trump during Congress' impeachment investigation; Lee Cowan learns the life lessons of a new children's book, "Three Little Engines"; Weijia Jiang explores the history of anti-Asian racism in America; Chip Reid visits the Smithsonian's Arts and Industries Building, reopening after nearly 20 years; Serena Altschul pays tribute to MTV on its 40th anniversary; and Tracy Smith visits a "whaling wall"
July 25, 2021
30. July 25, 2021
July 25, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Lee Cowan tells an extraordinary tale of survival by a man who experienced locked-in syndrome. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Geena Davis about her advocacy to increase opportunities for women in media; Conor Knighton visits Wolf Trap, the only national park devoted to the performing arts; Faith Salie explores the work of artist Alice Neel; Martha Teichner steps onto Little Island in the Hudson River, New York City's newest island; David Pogue checks out Brooklyn's fabled Coney Island; Dr. Jon LaPook, who lacks navigation skills, finds out how people can hone a sense of direction; and Mo Rocca meets the inventor of the Super Soaker.
July 18, 2021
29. July 18, 2021
July 18, 2021
Hosted by Lee Cowan. In our cover story, Ben Tracy examines how the American West is suffering from a catastrophic megadrought. Plus: Erin Moriarty explores why two men wrongfully-imprisoned for decades in Missouri are not being allowed to go free; Seth Doane talks with actor Matt Damon about his new film, "Stillwater"; Mo Rocca sits down with 93-year-old jazz singer Marilyn Maye; Conor Knighton explores UNESCO's World Heritage Sites; filmmaker Josh Seftel's mom prepares for an in-person reunion after a year of quarantine; and Lee Cowan visits a spectacular light show put on by synchronous fireflies.
July 11, 2021
28. July 11, 2021
July 11, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Lee Cowan examines the fight to advance treatments for ALS patients. Also: Ben Mankiewicz sits down with "Godfather" star James Caan; Jim Axelrod goes inside a new documentary about the late globetrotting chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain; Conor Knighton looks at how hunters are being enlisted in the fight to save the endangered California condor; Roxana Saberi visits London's Royal Albert Hall, which is marking its 150th anniversary; and David Pogue explains what an NFT is -- and why some people will spend a fortune to acquire one.
July 4, 2021
27. July 4, 2021
July 4, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Kelefa Sanneh dishes up a slice of Americana, pies! Plus: Tracy Smith sits down with filmmaker (and now novelist) Quentin Tarantino; Nancy Giles visits a Brooklyn restaurant training refugees for food service industry jobs; Mo Rocca examines the partisan divide over statehood for Washington, D.C.; David Martin and Charlie D'Agata report on the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan; and Faith Salie explores the intelligence of ants
June 27, 2021
26. June 27, 2021
June 27, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Luke Burbank examines the difficulties facing farmers in finding farm workers. Plus: John Dickerson visits with Stephen Colbert on the night the "Late Show" host returned to performing in front of a full audience; Hua Hsu talks with Roots band leader Ahmir "Questlove" Thompson, director of the new music documentary, "Summer of Soul"; Mo Rocca interviews conservative legal star Ted Olson; Holly Williams looks into the schisms within Britain's royal family; and Lee Cowan finds out what was involved in moving a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed house from Minnesota to Pennsylvania.
June 20, 2021
25. June 20, 2021
June 20, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, NPR's Allison Aubrey looks into how mRNA technology is being used beyond COVID vaccinations. Plus: Rita Braver sits down with late-night TV host Seth Meyers; Kelefa Sanneh talks with Malcolm Gladwell about his latest book, "The Bomber Mafia"; David Begnaud interviews memoirist Trent Preszler about how building a canoe is rebuilding a relationship with his late father; Imtiaz Tyab interviews the producer and stars of the acclaimed British TV series, "It's a Sin"; Mark Whitaker looks at the issue of reparations to address the racial wealth gap; and Bobby Flay introduces us to the next generation of cooking stars.
June 13, 2021
24. June 13, 2021
June 13, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Rita Braver looks at interracial marrieds who still face discomfort from family or friends over race. Plus: Pauley sits down with author Stephen King; David Pogue checks out robots being developed by Amazon for its fulfillment centers; Kelefa Sanneh talks with Anthony Ramos, star of "In the Heights"; Jim Axelrod visits an exhibition of magazines; Lee Cowan bites into the origin story of Flamin' Hot Cheetos; and Imitiaz Tyab meets some goats being hired to crash Zoom calls.
June 6, 2021
23. June 6, 2021
June 6, 2021
Jane Pauley hosts "Behind the Badge," a special edition of "Sunday Morning" that explores issues of policing in America and around the world. Stories include: Ted Koppel on police rebuilding trust in their communities; Seth Doane on how European police training differs from training in America; Mark Whitaker interviews Bill Bratton, former police commissioner in Boston, New York City and Los Angeles; Lucy Craft goes on patrol with police in Tokyo; Steve Hartman revisits stories of police who wear a badge over a loving heart; and Lee Cowan meets an Iowa police chief who is also a pastor.
May 30, 2021
22. May 30, 2021
May 30, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our Cover Story, Lee Cowan reports on the debate among North Dakotans about the true Geographical Center of North America. Plus: David Martin profiles Marine Cpl. Hershel "Woody" Williams, the last surviving Medal of Honor recipient from World War II; Mo Rocca experiences the allure of virtual reality vacations; Faith Salie investigates the possibilities of time travel; Martha Teichner unfolds the history of maps; Rita Braver sits down with former Senators Bob and Elizabeth Dole; Tracy Smith interviews comedian and impressionist Rich Little; and Serena Altschul checks out the bargains to be had at yard sales.
May 23, 2021
21. May 23, 2021
May 23, 2021
Jane Pauley hosts our special "At Home" broadcast. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at what has been fueling the exploding real estate market. Plus: Mark Phillips visits London's Museum of the Home; Ben Tracy checks out 3D-printed houses; Martha Teichner sits down with Ben and Erin Napier, of HGTV's "Home Town"; Anthony Mason interviews David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash about their timeless music; Seth Doane finds out what it's like to live in a 12th century Italian castle; Kelefa Sanneh examines the ordeal of homelessness in America; Mo Rocca tours an exhibition of works by architect-designer Alexander Girard; Martha Stewart gives a tour of her re-organized kitchen; and Lee Cowan travels to Whittier, Alaska, where the majority of residents live under one roof.
May 16, 2021
20. May 16, 2021
May 16, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at the increased attention being paid to the investigation of UFOs. Plus: Tracy Smith sits down with actor Ewan McGregor, star of the Netflix series "Halston"; Mo Rocca visits a Kentucky home for retired racehorses; Ted Koppel talks with attorney Ben Crump about his defense of victims of civil rights abuses and police brutality; Jim Axelrod examines recent controversies involving the U.S. Secret Service; Steve Hartman reports on a war of signs; and Chip Reid talks with entomologists about the once-every-17-years emergence of cicadas, and how their protein can satiate the appetites of predators (and cookie lovers).
May 9, 2021
19. May 9, 2021
May 9, 2021
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Lee Cowan meets with parents who have lost children to hazing rituals. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Allison Janney, star of the hit sitcom "Mom," which is ending its eight-year run this week; Erin Moriarty sits down with voting rights advocate and novelist Stacey Abrams; Jim Axelrod interviews actor-director Andrew McCarthy about his "Brat Pack" memoir; David Pogue goes inside the creation of emoji; Faith Salie steps into a history of tap dancing; and filmmaker Josh Seftel visits with his mom, via Zoom, for Mother's Day.
May 2, 2021
18. May 2, 2021
May 2, 2021
Summary is not available.
April 25, 2021
17. April 25, 2021
April 25, 2021
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April 18, 2021
16. April 18, 2021
April 18, 2021
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April 11, 2021
15. April 11, 2021
April 11, 2021
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April 4, 2021
14. April 4, 2021
April 4, 2021
Hosted by Tracy Smith. In our cover story, Susan Spencer talks with experts on why conflicts arise, and in what ways conflict can be good and productive. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Hunter Biden about his new memoir, "Beautiful Things"; singer Carrie Underwood discusses her new album of gospel standards, "My Savior," with Michelle Miller; Lesley Stahl interviews retiring Washington Post executive editor Marty Baron; Elizabeth Palmer explores the lore of opulent Fabergé eggs; Conor Knighton checks out vaccination efforts for rabbits against a fatal virus; and Seth Doane examines the resurrection of sacred music from Renaissance-era Florence, unheard in more than 400 years.
March 28, 2021
13. March 28, 2021
March 28, 2021
Summary is not available.
March 21, 2021
12. March 21, 2021
March 21, 2021
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March 14, 2021
11. March 14, 2021
March 14, 2021
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March 7, 2021
10. March 7, 2021
March 7, 2021
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February 28, 2021
9. February 28, 2021
February 28, 2021
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February 21, 2021
8. February 21, 2021
February 21, 2021
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February 14, 2021
7. February 14, 2021
February 14, 2021
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February 7, 2021
6. February 7, 2021
February 7, 2021
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January 31, 2021
5. January 31, 2021
January 31, 2021
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January 24, 2021
4. January 24, 2021
January 24, 2021
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January 17, 2021
3. January 17, 2021
January 17, 2021
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January 10, 2021
2. January 10, 2021
January 10, 2021
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January 3, 2021
1. January 3, 2021
January 3, 2021
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The weekly news magazine series CBS News Sunday Morning covers the current events of the week. Topics include news, politics, sports, weather. The series also includes a healthy dose of feature stories focused on human interest topics. The series debuted in 1979.

  • Premiere Date
    June 19, 2016
  • IMDB Rating
    7.5  (781)