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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.

Sunday 9:00 AM et/pt on CBS
43 Seasons, 370 Episodes
June 19, 2016
Cast: Charles Osgood, Jane Pauley
CBS News Sunday Morning
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CBS News Sunday Morning Full Episode Guide

  • Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, correspondent Martha Teichner looks at the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. Plus: Rita Braver finds out how some regional theatres that are reopening are making big changes to accommodate social distancing; Faith Salie reflects on the “K-word" all too common on social media these days

  • Featuring New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, Apple CEO Tim Cook, and singer-songwriter Yusuf (also known as Cat Stevens)

  • Using smartphones to track the spread of COVID-19; food banks struggling during the economic downturn; drive-throughs; COVID-19 in the prison system; singer Randy Newman; author Jason Rosenthal; video conferencing; cast of "Miss America."

  • In our broadcast hosted by Jane Pauley, Lee Cowan looks at a movement of companies and individuals volunteering to make protective masks and gowns. Also: Martha Teichner sits down with actor Nathan Lane; Ted Koppel hears from three successful leaders about what qualities of leadership are needed in our country during the pandemic crisis; with national parks closed, Conor Knighton explores how to enjoy the Great Outdoors indoors; Rita Braver samples virtual museum tours; we present commentaries by former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, Timothy Cardinal Dolan, and Rabbi Jose Rolando Matalon; and Mo Rocca looks into the history of an endangered ritual: the handshake.

  • In our broadcast hosted by Jane Pauley, David Pogue looks at how the increase in people working from home is putting stresses on internet connectivity. Plus: Susan Spencer looks at how psychotherapists and social workers are continuing to help patients by conducting sessions via phone; Martha Teichner talks with “Little Fires Everywhere” author Celeste Ng; Tracy Smith examines the increased interest in “Victory Gardens” among the homebound; TCM host Ben Mankiewicz talks with Mel Brooks, Carl Reiner and George Takei about surviving difficult times.

  • In this broadcast hosted by Lee Cowan, David Pogue looks at how to work from home without losing your mind. Plus: Jane Pauley sits down with Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick, who are acting together for the first time since they married 23 years ago; Chip Reid reports on how the Census Bureau will be conducting their decennial survey during a pandemic; Martha Teichner explores the qualities of government leadership during a crisis; Jill Schlesinger examines employment prospects in the wake of record-high job losses; Hollywood Reporter TV critic Daniel Fienberg and Washington Post book critic Ron Charles offers their picks; Jim Gaffigan continues his family quarantine; and Mo Rocca checks out a popular pastime for people cooped up at home: jigsaw puzzles.

  • In this broadcast hosted by Lee Cowan, David Pogue looks at why irrational fear can make people respond to a crisis (such as the coronavirus pandemic) in dangerous ways. Plus: Tracy Smith sits down with singer Alicia Keys; Jill Schlesinger examines the economic fallout of the pandemic; Ted Koppel explores the terrible choices that hospitals with shortages of medical equipment may soon face; Seth Doane chronicles his first-hand experience being quarantined in Rome for COVID-19; Mo Rocca looks at the history of New York’s Bellevue Hospital Center; chef Bobby Flay talks about finding comfort in preparing comfort food; and film critic David Edelstein offers movie suggestions for people climbing the walls at home.

  • March 15: A look back at the history of the #1 Sunday morning news program.

  • This week "Sunday Morning," with host Jane Pauley, features Susan Spencer's cover story on the benefits of afternoon naps. (Watch out for the boss!) Plus: Tracy Smith sits down with the Dixie Chicks; Luke Burbank interviews teen pop singer-turned-actress Mandy Moore, star of "This Is Us"; Martha Teichner looks back at the 1918 flu pandemic; Mark Phillips meets the dancers of "Riverdance," which is marking its 25th anniversary with a new production coming to New York's Radio City Music Hall; and Tony Dokoupil talks with photographers from the Louisville Courier-Journal, whose archive of pictures detailing the public and private moments of the city's most famous son are now collected in a book, "Picture: Muhammad Ali."

  • This week "Sunday Morning," with host Jane Pauley, features Dr. Jon LaPook with the latest on the coronavirus outbreak. Plus: Faith Salie talks with former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson about ending the use of non-disclosure agreements in sexual harassment cases; Anthony Mason interviews model Paulina Porizkova; Mo Rocca profiles "Wheel of Fortune" co-host Vanna White; Seth Doane meets Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas; and Luke Burbank visits Hamilton, Mo., a destination for quilters.

  • A Wisconsin company changes the way medical records are kept; artist Betye Saar; Bob Moore, founder of Bob's Red Mill; architect Rem Koolhaas; actor Richard Dreyfuss; George Washington's life after he left the presidency.

  • Migraine headaches; band Air Supply; the Moulin Rouge in Paris; actor Harrison Ford; Holocaust survivors mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz's death camp; Yad Vashem, Israel's memorial to the victims of the Holocaust; chocolate.

  • Intimacy coaching; the history and artistry of Hollywood backdrops; singer and choreographer Toni Basil; a man who has devoted his life to bringing movies to a small Washington town; actress Tatum O'Neal; "Hair Love"; Oscar nominations.

  • The presidential campaign; singer-songwriter James Taylor; searching for antiques with TV personality Mike Wolfe; actor Mandy Patinkin; trophy creators at Tiffany; director Taika Waititi and actress Scarlett Johansson.

  • What goes into making a hit song; singer-songwriter Raffi; children perform in Madagascar; conductor Gustavo Dudamel; singer-songwriter Huey Lewis talks about his hearing loss; DJ Khaled; remembering songwriter Allee Willis.

  • This week "Sunday Morning," with guest host Mo Rocca, features David Martin's story on the history behind a new aircraft carrier's name. Plus: Anthony Mason sits down with the British band Mumford & Sons; Tracy Smith talks with Oscar-nominated actress Laura Dern ("Marriage Story"); Lee Cowan learns how a long-forgotten tool for treating suicidal patients is finding new success; Kelefa Sanneh digs into one Chinese family's connective tradition of cooking dumplings; and Barry Petersen visits the Denver Art Museum's comprehensive retrospective of works by Impressionist artist Claude Monet. Air Date: Jan 19, 2020

  • Workplace discrimination against pregnant women; the works of Money at the Denver Art Museum; musician Gary Clark Jr.; a close look at the octopus; actress Kim Novak; a woman who introduced the country to more than 200 fruits and vegetables.

  • This week "Sunday Morning," with host Jane Pauley, features Rita Braver's cover story on people who have discovered siblings or biological parents they didn’t know about through DNA testing. Plus: Serena Altschul visits with David Byrne, whose new show, "American Utopia," is burning down the house on Broadway; Bob Schieffer profiles country singer Tanya Tucker; Ben Tracy checks out some of the work of celebrated hotel designer Bill Bensley; National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore offers a heartfelt message on saving endangered species; and Conor Knighton has saved a seat for you as he witnesses an unusual contest – competitive tablescaping – at the Los Angeles County Fair.

  • Crowdsourcing website GoFundMe; actress Jennifer Lopez; the life of composer Irving Berlin; nativity scenes; the history of a Hanukkah favorite -- latkes; comic Jim Gaffigan; the Young People's Chorus of New York City and Jon Batiste perform.

  • Package delivery methods; artists paint Christmas cards using their mouths and feet; actor Harvey Keitel; director Greta Gerwig; actress Saoirse Ronan; gift ideas; department store chain Nordstrom; author Thomas Friedman; journalist Eliana Johnson.

  • Controversy over "dollar stores"; Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art; singer Billie Eilish; musician Eugenia Zukerman; filmmaker Mel Brooks; former professional football player Rob Gronkowski.

  • A woman inherits 262 cemetery plots and uses the gift to help others; Alec Cabacungan discusses the Shriners Hospitals for Children; Alanis Morissette; family members work as models for catalogs; actors Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins; GPS.

  • The case against Russian agents accused of interfering in the 2016 election; Then, a widow recalls how her husband and daughter drowned in the Rio Grande; And, how MRI scans are showing scientists the physical makeup of our thoughts.

  • A standoff over Red Flag gun laws; Then, why is the U.S. on the sidelines in the race for a trove of metals sitting on ocean floor; And, Sesame and the IRC Join Forces to Help Syrian Refugee Children.

  • Jamie Dimon, head of America's biggest bank, on politics, his company’s role in the 2008 financial crisis, and his paycheck; Then, a mega-bank's data-driven investment in Detroit; And, Maria Ressa: Reporting in the Philippines Air Date: Nov 10, 2019

  • World champion archer Matt Stutzman; musician Jeff Lynne; students of an Ohio college accuse a local bakery of racism; author Mitch Albom; the Meow Wolf art exhibit in New Mexico; a conference for obituary writers.

  • This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features Martha Teichner's cover story about our fascination with Tyrannosaurus Rex, king of the dinosaurs. Plus: Faith Salie checks out the gargoyles on Washington's National Cathedral; David Pogue studies the effect scary music has on horror movie audiences; Jamie Yuccas talks with the editor behind "The Beautiful Ones," the memoir that singer-songwriter Prince began writing shortly before his death; Ben Tracy finds out what one Japanese town is doing to combat a shrinking population; and Mo Rocca talks with historians about judging U.S. presidents, past and present.

  • This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features Mo Rocca's cover story examining what we didn't know about President Herbert Hoover. Plus: Lee Cowan talks with Martin Scorsese, Al Pacino and Robert De Niro about their first-ever collaboration, "The Irishman"; Anthony Mason looks at the life and music of Janis Joplin; Martha Teichner traces the life of abolitionist Harriet Tubman; Rita Braver visits an exhibition of works by abstract expressionist painter Helen Frankenthaler; and David Pogue finds himself trapped in an escape room

  • This week "Sunday Morning," hosted by Jane Pauley, features Rita Braver's cover story in which she revisits three transgender youth to see how their lives have progressed since our initial story with them five years ago. Plus: Tracy Smith talks with Sir Elton John about his new autobiography, "Me"; Michelle Miller profiles "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" star Mariska Hargitay; Nicholas Thompson, the editor-in-chief of Wired, talks with Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang; Scott Simon, of NPR, talks with Chicago White Sox play-by-play announcer Jason Benetti, who has cerebral palsy; and Luke Burbank visits a small park in Indianapolis in an unusual location: on the median of a busy interstate highway.

  • Author Pete Hamill; singer Lizzo; singer Mitzi Gaynor; businesses and corporations taking a stand on selling guns; Museum of Modern Art; a spiraling walkway above the treetops in Denmark.