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"CBS News Sunday Morning." This program airs at a different pace, and focuses much of its attention on the performing arts. After a quick update of the day's news and national weather, correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics. Each broadcast typically closes with a minute-long scene from nature and a folksy farewell from anchor Charles Osgood.

Sunday 9:00 AM et/pt on CBS
8 Seasons, 277 Episodes
June 19, 2016
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Cast: Charles Osgood, Jane Pauley
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  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Chip Reid's reports on the untold story behind the discovery of the wreck of the Titanic. Plus: Ted Koppel looks at the work of war photographers Tim Hetherington and Chris Hondros, who were both killed while covering the civil war in Libya; Lee Cowan talks with former Republican Senator Alan Simpson and former Democratic Congressman Norman Mineta about the unusual origin of their lifelong friendship; Rita Braver examines the rise in anti-Semitism; Maurice DuBois interviews the Grammy-nominated rapper Cardi B; Pauley visits with fashion designer Ralph Lauren; and we get holiday gift ideas from Techno Claus (a.k.a. David Pogue).

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features her interview – her first – with her husband, the Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Garry Trudeau. Also: Rita Braver looks back at the life of the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush, who died Friday at the age of 94; David Begnaud talks with Lin-Manuel Miranda, who is bringing his revolutionary musical "Hamilton" to Puerto Rico, to help support the recovery of that hurricane-ravaged island; Serena Altschul checks out a remake of Woody Allen's "Annie Hall" starring a cast of seniors; and Faith Salie visits illusionist Jason Bishop, and tries her hand at some magic herself.

  • This week's broadcast, featuring guest host Lee Cowan, included Susan Spencer's cover report on conspiracy theories, and why some many people are attracted to them to explain seemingly inexplicable events. Plus: Rita Braver interviews former Gary Hart, whose presidential campaign in the 1980s, upended by allegations of an affair, is dramatized in the new film "The Front Runner"; Anthony Mason profiles singer-songwriter John Prine, whose latest album, "The Tree of Forgiveness," is the biggest hit of his long career; Martha Teichner interview potter and bestselling author Edmund de Waal; Cowan meets rising star and Grammy-winner Alessia Cara; and Luke Burbank meets the inventor of the waterbed, who has introduced a "new and improved" version.

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  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Erin Moriarty's cover story about the controversial practice of conversion therapy, and speaks with people who have undergone the process (banned in some states) aimed at turning those attracted to same-sex partners into heterosexuals. Also: Jim Axelrod interviews The Who's lead singer Roger Daltrey; Seth Doane travels with a World War II veteran back to Cologne, Germany, the scene of a fateful tank battle; Tony Dokoupil talks with comic actor-director Ben Stiller, now directing a prison break drama for Showtime, "Escape at Dannemora"; Serena Altchul talks with playwright Kenneth Lonergan ("The Waverly Gallery"); Richard Schlesinger looks back on the 1968 election of Richard Nixon; and Ben Tracy explores a new wave of Neapolitan pizza making – in Japan.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Mo Rocca's report on efforts to rectify the loss of civics education in America's schools. Also: Seth Doane visits Lisbon with the street artist known as Vhils, who chisels murals into cityscapes; Conor Knighton checks out New England's fall colors with photographer Jeff Folger, a.k.a. Jeff Foliage; Anthony Mason profiles actor Jeff Goldblum, who releases his first jazz album this week; Tony Dokoupil profiles Chuck Lorre, producer of some of today's most popular TV comedies; and Tracy Smith spends the night at a concert by British composer Max Richter, of an 8-hour work entitled, appropriately, "Sleep."

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Brook Silva-Braga's exploration of the anti-science Flat Earth movement. Also: Tony Dokoupil looks at the "Pink Wave" of this year's midterm elections; Gayle King profiles singer Tina Turner; Mark Strassmann checks out an unusual public art project in Atlanta; and David Martin looks back on the greatest battle of the Korean War.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Mo Rocca, features Tony Dokoupil's cover story on vaping, and how e-cigarettes may make traditional cigarettes obsolete. Also: Tracy Smith visits with Steve Perry, the former frontman of Journey, who left music behind in the late 1990s but is now back; Michelle Miller talks with actress Kerry Washington about co-founding Time's Up; Liz Palmer walks through a grand new park in Moscow designed by an American; and Mo Rocca dishes with veteran gossip columnist Cindy Adams.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features David Pogue's report on the latest technology in hearing aids. Plus: Ted Koppel talks with CNN founder Ted Turner, who opens up about his diagnosis of Lewy body dementia; Rita Braver looks back at the Miss America pageant held in 1968, when feminists protested on the Boardwalk of Atlantic City; Dr. Jon LaPook looks at a revealing new documentary about comedian Gilda Radner; and Conor Knighton visits a contest of balloon art at the World Balloon Convention in San Diego.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Tony Dokoupil's cover story on how parents who lost loved ones in the Sandy Hook school shooting are suing an online purveyor of conspiracy theories about their children's murders. Also: Lee Cowan talks with Candice Bergen about the return of "Murphy Brown"; Rita Braver interviews famed Hollywood agent Michael Ovitz; Mo Rocca visits an exhibition celebrating the centennial of composer-conductor Leonard Bernstein; and RuPaul explains to Nancy Giles the power of a man performing in women's clothes, heels and makeup.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Carrie Underwood's emotional interview with Tracy Smith. Plus: Lee Cowan profiles Academy Award-winner Robert Redford; Conor Knighton visits the Lanai Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii; Faith Salie explores the construction zone at the World Trade Center site in Lower Manhattan, which has been decorated by 50 graffiti artists; and the latest on Tropical Depression Florence as it continues to drop several feet of rain on the Carolinas.

  • This week's broadcast, with host Jane Pauley, features David Martin's interview with veteran Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward about his latest book, "Fear: Trump in the White House." Also: Tony Dokoupil visits a sweeping exhibition of art by Alberto Giacometti at New York's Guggenheim Museum; Chip Reid reports on the unveiling of a wind chime memorial to the heroes of Flight 93, who perished on September 11, 2001; Mo Rocca looks at the work of musical theater legends Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II; and Susan Spencer investigates how people may respond to having an unusual name.

  • This week's broadcast, with guest host Lee Cowan, looks back at the memorial services for Senator John McCain and the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin. Also: Cowan finds out how some companies are welcoming workers with autism; Margaret Brennan talks with former senator and secretary of state John Kerry; Anthony Mason profiles singer-songwriter Leon Bridges; Anna Werner checks out traveling exhibitions celebrating Norman Rockwell's "The Four Freedoms"; Martha Teichner catches up with '60s fashion icon Twiggy; and Conor Knighton visits the Washboard Music Festival in Logan, Ohio.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Chip Reid's look back at the life of Arizona Senator John McCain, who died Saturday after a 13-month battle against brain cancer. Also: James Brown profiles Ken Chenault, who is leaving American Express after 17 years as Chairman and CEO; Scott Simon looks back at the bloody Democratic National Convention in Chicago in 1968; Barry Petersen explores the Montana prairie and the conflict over preserving our disappearing grasslands; Tracy Smith checks out an exhibition featuring images of America culled from the Library of Congress' archives; and Rita Braver talks with music legend Art Garfunkel.

  • Jane Pauley hosts a special broadcast of "Sunday Morning," called "Mind Matters," devoted to the mysteries of the brain. Features include: Mo Rocca examining what makes a genius; Rita Braver looks at the intersection between art and mania; Faith Salie on the prospect of using psychedelic drugs to combat anxiety and depression; Martha Teichner on animal intelligence; and Tracy Smith talks with Glenn Close, whose foundation, Bring Change to Mind, aims to destigmatize mental illness.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Lee Cowan's cover story on how robotic exoskeletons help paraplegics walk again. Also: Tracy Smith talks with rapper-actor-producer Ice Cube about his new Big 3 Basketball League; Michelle Miller visits with '60s pop icon Petula Clark; Martha Teichner interviews South Carolina Senator Tim Scott; Serena Altschul check out an exhibition of upside-down paintings by German-born artist Georg Baselitz; and Luke Burbank attends a Goat Yoga class.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features David Pogue's cover story on the problems of plastic waste. Also: Erin Moriarty reports on the increase in deaths in the U.S. of women during childbirth; Faith Salie looks at the pioneering work of artist Dox Thrash; Barry Petersen visits Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve in Colorado, where sandboarding enthusiasts take to the slopes; Tracy Smith gets serious with late-night host Jimmy Kimmel; and John Blackstone finds out what makes a champion truffle-hunting dog.

  • This special broadcast of "Sunday Morning," our annual "Money Issue" with guest host Kai Ryssdal of "Marketplace," features Lee Cowan's report on a California city's experiment with providing a basic universal income to residents to battle economic insecurity. Also: John Blackstone talks about charity with actress, producer and activist Salma Hayek Pinault; Conor Knighton looks at tourism in the Galapagos Islands; Tony Dokoupil looks at how the "co-working" industry is changing our ideas of office space; Richard Schlesinger investigates how star pets on Instagram are pulling in big bucks; Michelle Miller looks at how artists and photographers are documenting labor and poverty; and Rita Braver finds a government office that will literally make good your burned, water-logged or shredded currency.

  • This week's broadcast, hosted by Jane Pauley, features Martha Teichner's report on the increase in incivility in public discourse and how it affects our democracy. Also, Anthony Mason reports on a musical milestone, Billy Joel's 100th sold-out concert at New York's Madison Square Garden; Tracy Smith interviews The Go-Go's, one of the most successful all-female bands in rock 'n' roll history; Dean Reynolds checks out a Chicago art exhibition featuring works by artists with disabilities; and Mark Strassmann profiles comedian Sebastian Maniscalco.

  • This week's broadcast, with guest host Steve Hartman, features Faith Salie's story on how loneliness and anxiety are becoming more pervasive for young people with the rise in social media. Also: Conor Knighton talks with actress and fellow Charleston, W.Va. native Jennifer Garner; Ben Tracy samples one of Shanghai's most prized culinary delicacies, xialongbao (soup dumplings); Kristine Johnson interviews Brandon Flowers, frontman of The Killers; and Jim Axelrod meets with the "Men in Blazers" – soccer aficionados Michael Davies and Roger Bennett – who talk about the rise in popularity of the sport in the United States.

  • This week's broadcast, with guest host Lee Cowan, features Faith Salie's cover story on a "Quiet Revolution" by introverts. Also: Cowan profiles comedian Louie Anderson, who won an Emmy playing a family matriarch on "Baskets"; Anthony Mason interviews Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl; Mark Strassmann visits the "witness trees" at Gettysburg National Military Park; and Jane Pauley profiles actor Michael J. Fox, who has launched an online study to help researchers develop new therapies for Parkinson's disease.

  • This week's broadcast features Lee Cowan's cover story on efforts to map the genome of giant redwood trees.

  • Jane Pauley hosts this week's broadcast, which features Ted Koppel's two-part report on life inside San Quentin State Prison in California. Also: Conor Knighton checks out companies offering the perk of Summer Fridays off; Tracy Smith interviews Todd Fisher, whose new memoir, "My Girls," recounts a lifetime with sister Carrie Fisher and mother Debbie Reynolds; Serena Altschul checks out a David Bowie exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum; and Martha Teichner visits NYC's Tenement Museum, which brings the immigrant experience home for some unique visitors.

  • Jane Pauley hosts this week's broadcast, which features Tony Dokoupil's report on the recent suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. Also: Richard Schlesinger talks with Jim Parsons about his latest role, as producer of the film "A Kid Like Jake"; Mo Rocca looks at the musical heritage of Rodgers & Hammerstein; Jamie Wax interviews deaf actress Lauren Ridloff, a Tony nominee for "Children of a Lesser God"; and Nancy Giles follows musicians making the rounds at hospitals, bringing their own style of healing to patients.

  • Jane Pauley hosts this week's broadcast, which features Tony Dokoupil's report on the recent suicides of designer Kate Spade and celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. Also: Richard Schlesinger talks with Jim Parsons about his latest role, as producer of the film "A Kid Like Jake"; Mo Rocca looks at the musical heritage of Rodgers & Hammerstein; Jamie Wax interviews deaf actress Lauren Ridloff, a Tony nominee for "Children of a Lesser God"; and Nancy Giles follows musicians making the rounds at hospitals, bringing their own style of healing to patients.

  • Jane Pauley hosts this week's broadcast, which features Jim Axelrod's remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Also: Mo Rocca talks with former President Bill Clinton who has a new gig – co-authoring a thriller with novelist James Patterson; Lee Cowan visits Roadside America, a miniature town and model railroad extravaganza; Anthony Mason talks with musicians Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, whose breakup years ago hasn't precluded them from going on tour together, singing the songs of romance and heartbreak they'd inspired in each other; Serena Altschul checks out an exhibition of works by the post-war artist Jean Dubuffet; and Michelle Miller finds out why brightly-decorated pianos are turning up on New York City streets.

  • On this week's broadcast (with guest host Lee Cowan), Ben Tracy reports on celebrities who are using their names to sell products in an exploding industry: recreational and medical marijuana. Also: David Martin interviews former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper; Tony Dokoupil visits funnymen Steve Martin and Martin Short; Faith Salie looks back on a cherished TV friend, Fred Rogers, of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood"; and Susan Spencer looks at artistic landmarks from 1968 that changed pop culture forever.

  • Jane Pauley hosts this week's broadcast, which features Jim Axelrod's remembrance of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. Also: Mo Rocca talks with former President Bill Clinton who has a new gig – co-authoring a thriller with novelist James Patterson; Lee Cowan visits Roadside America, a miniature town and model railroad extravaganza; Anthony Mason talks with musicians Stephen Stills and Judy Collins, whose breakup years ago hasn't precluded them from going on tour together, singing the songs of romance and heartbreak they'd inspired in each other; Serena Altschul checks out an exhibition of works by the post-war artist Jean Dubuffet; and Michelle Miller finds out why brightly-decorated pianos are turning up on New York City streets.

  • This broadcast of "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features John Blackstone's report on one toymaker's unorthodox road to producing and marketing the year's hottest toy. Also: Seth Doane sits down with Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz, as he directs a Verdi opera; Jim Axelrod profiles singer-songwriter Michael McDonald; Rita Braver looks into the history of a holiday tradition, the White House Christmas Ornament; Conor Knighton visits Madrid, N.M., a former mining community and ghost town which revives its Christmas traditions in a funky way; and Techno Claus (a.k.a. David Pogue) shares his suggestions of holiday gifts for the gadget lovers on your shopping list.

  • Actress Jaclyn Smith; automation in the workplace; companies' return policies; the licensing of viral video clips; airline travel points; the importance of the neighborhood bodega; entrepreneurial success stories; a virtual currency called Sardex.

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  • The impact of the iPhone; a woman who has had two heart transplants shares her story; tennis player John McEnroe; comic Dick Gregory; singer-songwriter Cyndi Lauper; glassmaking on the Italian island of Murano.

  • The role of the media in the formation of Americas' opposing political viewpoints; the life and legacy of Gen. George Armstrong Custer; comic Dick Gregory; millennial fathers; Monterey Pop Festival; pianist Lang Lang; comic Jim Gaffigan.

  • This broadcast of "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features John Blackstone's report on one toymaker's unorthodox road to producing and marketing the year's hottest toy. Also: Seth Doane sits down with Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz, as he directs a Verdi opera; Jim Axelrod profiles singer-songwriter Michael McDonald; Rita Braver looks into the history of a holiday tradition, the White House Christmas Ornament; Conor Knighton visits Madrid, N.M., a former mining community and ghost town which revives its Christmas traditions in a funky way; and Techno Claus (a.k.a. David Pogue) shares his suggestions of holiday gifts for the gadget lovers on your shopping list.

  • Our Easter Sunday broadcast features several stories by Mo Rocca reporting from Rome, including his tour of St. Peter's Basilica in the Vatican, his story of how St. Francis inspired Pope Francis, and an interview with a real-life princess, the former Rita Jenrette. Also: Tracy Smith interviews music superstar Ricky Martin; Chip Reid sits down with Senator Elizabeth Warren; Rita Braver explores a new Degas exhibition; and Seth Doane finds out how some very special chocolate Easter Eggs are made. Hosted by Jane Pauley.

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  • Features include: Seth Doane visits the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway, repository of more than half a billion seeds beneath the Arctic tundra; actor Alec Baldwin talks to Rita Braver about his new memoir, "Neverthless," and the highs and lows of his life and career; Bob Schieffer sits down with country legend Willie Nelson; Erin Moriarty interviews the "Queen of Suspense," mystery writer Mary Higgins Clark; and Mark Strassmann rides in a submersible 715 feet down to the ocean floor, just 35 miles from Cape Hatteras, N.C., to the recently-discovered wreckage of a German U-Boat. Hosted by Jane Pauley.

  • Features include: Ted Koppel on the increasing polarization of politics in America; Faith Salie looks at the history of the comic book superheroine Wonder Woman; Martha Teichner profiles actor Danny DeVito, making his Broadway debut in Arthur Miller's "The Price"; Jim Axelrod hears from one of the most popular voices in sports broadcasting, Verne Lundquist; and Mo Rocca wonders if it's really the last call for the once-ubiquitous phone booth.

  • A profile of actor Dennis Quaid; a tour of the USS Zumwalt, the Navy's newest hi-tech warship; a look at architecture in Palm Springs, Cal.; interviews with the creative team behind "Moonlight"; an appreciation of Mary Tyler Moore; a talk with an artist who creates trail maps for ski resorts.

  • A profile of actor Henry Winkler; a report on the Women's March on Washington, D.C.; a look at Donald Trump's Inauguration; a hunt for white truffles in Italy; the history of McDonald's hamburger empire.

  • The life and legacy of President Barack Obama; actress Viola Davis; singer Jackie Evancho; Eric Fanning, Secretary of the Army; White House photographer Pete Souza. Also: a look at trends in Inaugural gowns; a visit to St. Paul's Chapel in New York City where George Washington prayed on his Inauguration Day; an exhibit of elaborate dollhouses.

  • Rock star Iggy Pop; filmmaker Lee Daniels. Also: a report on virtual reality; a search for a "cursed" lost city; a look at Hollywood artist Tyrus Wong's life and career; an exploration of the friendship between a man and an old racehorse.

  • A profile of actor Henry Winkler; a report on the Women's March on Washington, D.C.; a look at Donald Trump's Inauguration; a hunt for white truffles in Italy; the history of McDonald's hamburger empire.

  • An interview with the Dalai Lama.

  • The influence of fake news and stories about Russian hacking; actress Nicole Kidman; gift-wrapping artist; a diverse choir ; Robbie Robertson; Paulo Coelho.

  • Carnegie Hero Medal; Viggo Mortensen; Billy Eichner; Sutton Foster; gifts for technology lovers; Hawaii's lava fields.

  • Pearl Harbor; Keith Richards and Mick Jagger; Billy Bob Thornton; a photographer who takes portraits of transgender people.

  • Jane Pauley inaugural broadcast as anchor of the series. Stories include: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg; singer Céline Dion; actor Nick Nolte; Hurricane Matthew; the ancient art of bonsai; placebos in medical research; the second presidential debate.

  • Musician Bruce Springsteen; former Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr; the odds of being lucky; the new season of books, movies and art; makeup artist Riccie Johnson; coloring books for adults; Denali National Park.

  • Quincy Jones offers a preview of the National Museum of African-American History and Culture. Also: Demi Lovato; Wendy Williams; a tour of the 9/11 Memorial; a report on what motivates people to vote for Donald Trump.

  • Barbra Streisand; Meg Ryan; a look at how one man is using art to help children suffering from rare diseases; a report on what Santas do in the summer; a visit with special needs students, whose lives have been transformed by making music using iPads.

  • Is moving to Canada a real option?Anxiety about the election results may lead some Americans to consider migrating North - and might lead Canadians to build themselves a wall. Former Canadian John Blackstone reports.

  • Dressing down: The rise of athleisure | Watch VideoMartha Teichner looks at what's behind the "athleisure" craze -- the exploding trend of wearing workout clothes to work as well as play.

  • Senior athletes: Going the distancePhysical functions typically decline due to aging, but Lee Cowan introduces us to runners at the Huntsman World Senior Games who would put many younger athletes to shame.

  • Ted Koppel interviews Donald Trump. Also: a profile of actress Kristen Bell; a visit to Philadelphia, home of the Democratic National Convention; a look at the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program; a report on men married to women, who hold top elected positions in government.

  • A tour of Cleveland, site of the 2016 Republican National Convention; a visit to the Cleveland Play House with Joel Grey; an interview with Meryl Streep (Florence Foster Jenkins (2016); a visit with the band Chicago.

  • The growing number of elderly athletes who continue to perform; photographer Arthur Grace; scientist Bill Nye; city dwellers moving to suburban areas that feature farms; singer Elton John.

  • Author Bill O'Reilly talks history; singer Maren Morris; musician Weird Al Yankovic; efforts to use private funding to get young people to work on National Parks; artist Kadir Nelson; Harley Davidson enthusiasts in Shanghai.

  • Actor Matthew McConaughey (Free State of Jones (2016)); author James Patterson; adventurer Colin O'Brady, who climbed the tallest summits on seven continents. Also: the history of Carnegie Hall; the Broadway musical, "Waitress", with music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles; adult coloring books.

  • Actress Jane Krakowski (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015)); Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.); The Monkees. Also: a report on road rage; a visit to Utah's Zion National Park; a story about Japanese flags, taken by U.S. soldiers as souvenirs during World War II, that are now being sent back home.

  • A "By Design" the red edition. Included: to re-makeover experts Chip Gaines and Joanna Gaines; "all-leisure fashion trend; golfer Jack Nicklaus; skyscraper design; Christian Dior's to re; city flag designs; custom fish tanks; Chinese food takeout boxes; Q-tips; umbrellas; Charlize Theron.

  • Political commentator Rachel Maddow; comedian Fred Newman; the National Geographic Bee; tree climbing goats that help create argan oil. Also: a young man's journey toward recovery, after being in a coma.

  • Women waiting until later in life to have children; Keith Urban; Allison Janney (Mom (2013)); YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki.

  • Singer Marc Anthony; Medal of Honor recipient Clinton Romesha; Rev. Rob Schenck. Also: a report on senior citizens who use marijuana in states where it's legal; a visit to Northwest Angle, Minnesota, which can only be reached by going through Canada; an interview with a man who has walked nearly every street in New York's five boroughs.

  • Larry Wilmore; Phil Knight. Also: problems caused by people donating unneeded items after disasters.

  • A profile of Joy Mangano, the creator of the Miracle Mop and subject of the movie, Joy (2015); an interview with comic book legend Stan Lee; and interview with actress Leslie Caron; a visit with the Benedictine Monks of Norcia, who recorded a surprise hit album; genetically modified organisms.

  • A report on sperm donors and the children they father; a profile of singer Rhiannon Giddens; a look at the past and future of the Goodyear Blimp; an interview with producer Norman Lear; a visit to an exhibit on the life of author Ernest Hemingway.

  • West Virginia residents discuss their hopes for a Trump presidency; actor Warren Beatty (Rules Don't Apply (2016)); TV host Trevor Noah (The Daily Show (1996)); chef Bobby Flay; a group that restored a derelict World War II B-29; a man who cleans veterans' tombstones.

  • An interview with Lady Gaga; profiles of winners of the Carnegie Medal; an interview with Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young; a profile of Casey Affleck. Also: a man who makes quilts inspired by heavy-metal music.

  • A profile of musician Gwen Stefani; interviews with Steve Martin and Edie Brickell; a report on why some people have better luck than others; a trip to a museum exhibiting the works of artist Norman Lewis; a tour of the CBS Broadcast Center.

  • The history of guns in America; talking to the NRA about arming citizens; the growing number of women who own guns; military veterans in Chicago work with teens in an effort to reduce gun violence; how the Marines are updating their firepower.

  • The threat of an earthquake and tsunami in the Pacific Northwest; singer Meghan Trainor; actress Holly Hunter; the life of artist Jackson Pollock; Arkansas' Hot Springs National Park; Salt and Pepper Collectors Convention.

  • The history of movie trailers; actress Saoirse Ronan; singer Elton John; the level of truth in ``based on a true story'' movies; Academy Award historian Robert Osborne; the movie buff behind IMDB; Oscar picks; talk show host Tavis Smiley.

  • Assisted death for those with terminal illnesses; books that aren't really books; actor B.J. Novak; Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park; actress Jennifer Jason Leigh; snow monkeys in Nagano, Japan; CIA Director Michael Hayden.

  • Climate change's impact on polar bears; songwriters Diane Warren and Lady Gaga; actors Ryan O'Neal and Ali MacGraw; singer-songwriter Chris Isaak; descendants of presidents; a dessert restaurant called Better Than Sex.

  • What makes someone a sports fanatic; Super Bowl commercials; the National Park Service celebrates 100 years; director Tom McCarthy; Japan's toilet bowls; actor Jeff Daniels; TED Talks; panthers and broncos.

  • Band Coldplay prepares to headline the Super Bowl halftime show; financial implications of falling oil prices; actress Samantha Bee; actor Bob Odenkirk; Iowa Caucus preview.

  • President Barack Obama; former professional football players Tony Dorsett and Archie Manning discuss head injuries in the sport; actress Charlotte Rampling; expressionist painter Ernst Kirchner; restrictions on who can be president.

  • Inventor Joy Mangano, the subject of the film ``Joy''; controversy regarding genetically modified organisms; comic book writer Stan Lee; actress/dancer Leslie Caron; The Monks of Norcia; Australian cake decorators.

  • Sperm donors and the children they father; singer Rhiannon Giddens; the Goodyear Blimp; producer Norman Lear; Ernest Hemingway exhibit at the Morgan Library in New York.

  • Actress Kate Winslet; the practice and power of meditation; actress Lily Tomlin; Chicago's architecture; an island in Japan where cats outnumber humans 10 to one; actor Michael Ian Black; the sinking of the Lusitania.