Season 1, Episode 1: Premier28 January 1979
30 May 1999
26 February 2012
21 December 2014Sienna Miller
; chef Bobby Flay
. Also: a visit with professional Christmas carolers; a look back at the Christmas truce of 1914, when British and German troops stopped fighting during WWI to exchange greetings.
28 December 2014Mick Jones
; Tony Danza
discusses Broadway's "Honeymoon in Vegas"; making excuses; deaths in 2014.
4 January 2015Jennifer Aniston
; President Theodore Roosevelt; author Jeff Kinney
; Broadway's "Pippin".
11 January 2015
18 January 2015
25 January 2015
1 February 2015
A profile of Patricia Arquette
; an examination of why men and women spend billions on fantasy football; a report on the company that makes the large video screens used in stadiums; a look at pizza boxes that are considered to be art.
8 February 2015David Axelrod
; LL Cool J
; tattoos; Henry Diltz
; Barry Mann
and Cynthia Weil
; J.K. Simmons
15 February 2015
"Love Matters" is the theme, including an interview w/ John Legend
; visits with couples who met early, split up and found love together later in life; a profile of relationship expert Dan Savage; a report on wedding photography.
22 February 2015
Movie props; Helen Mirren
; Marko A. Costanzo
; the evolution of high heels; David Edelstein
1 March 2015
Steve Fuller, winter caretaker of Yellowstone National Park; Kelly Clarkson
; Anne Sinclair
8 March 2015
'Bill Plante' interviews President Barack Obama in Selma, Ala. Also: a profile of playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda
; an interview with photographer Francis Brunelle who discusses his doppelganger photos; a conversation with Carl Reiner.
15 March 2015
A report on people who find incredible success later in life; an interview with former congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords
and her husband, retired astronaut Mark Kelly
; an interview with Earl Charles Spencer
, brother of Princess Diana
22 March 2015
Astronaut Scott Kelly
discusses his upcoming year-long space mission; Jon Hamm
, Matthew Weiner
and Jessica Paré
talk about the final season of "Mad Men"
(2007). Also: musician Bela Fleck
and his wife Abigail Washburn
; the World Ice Art Championships.
29 March 2015
Producer Brian Grazer
; actor Jon Cryer
; legally blind artist Jeff Hanson. Also: Frank Sinatra
's children discuss their father's legacy; Seth Doane
takes a trip on the luxurious "Maharajas Express" in India.
5 April 2015
Story behind a beloved new hymn; a profile of a doctor who's led fights against HIV and Ebola; interview with Candice Bergen
; a look at how humans grieve the loss of pets; popularity of lacrosse; legacy of a man who puts up crosses.
12 April 2015
Anthony Mason anchors the Money edition. Included: Jeremy Piven; naming new products; the design of the U.S. quarter; future of the penny; Shinola products; a floating marketplace in Vietnam; activity tracks; single-serve coffee machines.
19 April 2015Russell Crowe
(The Water Diviner
(2014)); Kate Mulgrew
(2017)); NBA's Russell Westbrook
. Also: a report on atheism; a look at the Northern Lights (aka "aurora borealis"), high above Alaska.
26 April 2015
A profile of actress Helen Hunt
; an interview with author 'Janis Heaphy Durham' ("The Hand on the Mirror"), who discusses seeing unusual signs from her late husband; a report on how computer terrorists are breaking into systems around the world.
3 May 2015
The 10th anniversary of YouTube; a conversation with Queen Latifah
; a profile of the band, Alabama Shakes
; a look at the work of artist Johannes Stoetter; an interview with General Motors CEO Mary Barra
10 May 2015
A tour of the Whitney Museum in New York City; a chat with beloved TV moms about the changing role of motherhood; an interview with Lesa France Kennedy
, vice-chairperson of NASCAR; the story behind the children's book, "The Jester Has Lost His Jingle".
17 May 2015Jane Pauley
interviews David Letterman
; Rita Braver
profiles author Judy Blume
; Norah O'Donnell
tours the new Whitney Museum in New York City; Lee Cowan
reports on what Los Angeles is doing to lure TV and film producers back to working in Hollywood.
24 May 2015
An interview with U2
; a profile of actor Bill Nighy
; a conversation with actor Keanu Reeves
. Also: Mo Rocca
explores Provincetown, Mass., a popular summer getaway and one of America's oldest art colonies.
31 May 2015
A "By Design" edition from Auldbrass Plantation in Yemassee, S.C. Included: an interview with Jerry Seinfeld
; a look at Shaker Furniture; an examination of challenges faced by Charleston, S.C. and Savannah, Ga.
7 June 2015
Interviews with Ben Vereen
, artist Teresita de Jesús Alejandro Fernández
and songwriter John Kander
; a discussion with the parents of Tyler Clementi
, a college student who committed suicide after being bullied. Also: Doctors in Haiti try to separate conjoined twins.
14 June 2015
A profile of DJ and record producer Mark Ronson
; interviews with comedian couple Megan Mullaly
and Nick Offerman
; a visit with author George Saunders
. Also: a report on the growing attention placed on the millennial generation.
21 June 2015
A profile of Pat Boone
; an interview with country group Little Big Town
; a report on the impact the Family and Medical Leave Act has on parents; a look at a show where the performers are cats; a visit to floating markets on the Mekong Delta in South Vietnam.
5 July 2015
A report on the training procedures used by the Secret Service; an interview with actress Amy Schumer
; a look at the world of stamp collecting; a visit to Pie Town, N.M.
12 July 2015Lee Cowan
anchors the annual "Sunday at the Shore" edition from the famed Grey Gardens estate in East Hampton, N.Y. Included: a profile of singer Alan Jackson
; a treasure hunt in the Rocky Mountains.
19 July 2015
A profile of The Beach Boys
legend Brian Wilson
; an appreciation of British artist J.M.W. Turner; an interview with comedy duo Keegan-Michael Key
and Jordan Peele
; a report on a baseball league for blind players.
26 July 2015
An interview with singer-songwriter John Legend
; visits with couples who met early, split up and found love together later in life; a profile of relationship expert Dan Savage
; a report on wedding photography.
2 August 2015
An interview with Carl Reiner
; profiles of husband-and-wife comic actors Megan Mullally
and Nick Offerman
; a conversation with artist Roger Rowley; a report on summer camps for adults; a look at convertibles.
9 August 2015Jon Stewart
("The Daily Show"
(1996)); singer/songwriter Jason Isbell
. Also: a profile of a man who collects pizza boxes as art; a report on the Fair Food Program's work to help migrant farm workers; a visit to Georgia's "Old Car City USA".
16 August 2015
An interview with Edward Burns
and his wife, Christy Turlington
; the appeal of wood boats; a profile of Sam Smith
; kids involved with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, and people who make their dreams come true.
23 August 2015
30 August 2015
An interview with former Vice-President Dick Cheney
and his daughter, Liz Cheney
; a profile of actor and "The Late Late Show with James Corden"
(2015) host James Corden
; a look at New Orleans, 10 years after Hurricane Katrina; a cruise on elegant wooden boats of a bygone era.
6 September 2015
A profile of legendary rocker Chrissie Hynde
of The Pretenders
; an interview with Stephen Colbert
; a profile of artist José Ángel Paría
; an exploration of whether the American dream is still within reach for some people; a report on business casual attire.
13 September 2015
An interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer
; a profile of dancer and choreographer Meredith Monk
; a visit with the band, Duran Duran
; a report on athletes going broke.
20 September 2015
A report on accusations made against Bill Cosby
; a preview of Pope Francis
' visit to the U.S. Also: musician Don Henley
; documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney
(Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine
(2015); actor and playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda
27 September 2015
A profile of Julianna Margulies
; an interview with former Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke
; a report on the generation known as "Millennials'; a preview of new museum exhibits; a look at the new TV season.
4 October 2015
11 October 2015
An interview with billionaire Charles G. Koch
; an interview with Dr. Phil McGraw
; author Bob Woodward
discusses new disclosures linked to the Nixon White House; a preview of fall movies; a report on the invasion of lionfish to U.S. waters.
18 October 2015
Author Erica Jong
; singer-songwriter Elvis Costello
; "Dogist" photographer Elias Weiss Friedman. Also: a report on the growing drone craze; a visit to a rodeo where the participants are prisoners.
25 October 2015Harry Connick Jr.
; John Cleese
; Thi Kim Phuc Phan
, the subject of an iconic photo from the Vietnam War; the legend of Jack the Ripper; the artwork of 19th century portrait artist John Singer Sargent; Donald J. Trump
's presidential campaign.
1 November 2015Chip Reid
discusses dangers facing the country's electrical grid; Gloria Estefan
talks about her life and the musical, "Get on Your Feet". Also: a watchmaking school started by Swiss brand Patek Philippe; a man who's walked every New York City street.
8 November 2015
A profile of actress Jennifer Connelly
; a visit on the campaign trail with Sen. Bernie Sanders
(I-Vt.); an interview with aerial photographer Vincent Laforet
. Also: a report on a program that uses boxing to battle Parkinson's disease.
15 November 2015
Gov. Sarah Palin
; Sylvester Stallone
; Jennifer Hudson
; National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore
. Also: a report on the 100th anniversary of the King Features Syndicate.
22 November 2015
A food-themed episode includes: "Clifton's Cafeteria" in Los Angeles; chef Marcus Samuelsson
; Cloris Leachman
; homes built around farms; the circuitous path bananas travel; art made with coffee and tea; the science behind why people like certain foods; salt and pepper shaker collectors.
29 November 2015
People who go missing; Carey Mulligan
; David Remnick
; "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland".
6 December 2015
An interview with actress Brie Larson
(2015/I) and Trainwreck
(2015)); a report on the 1990 theft of masterpieces from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston; a celebration of Frank Sinatra
's 100th birthday; a look at an exhibit of violins, once owned by Holocaust victims.
13 December 2015Will Smith
(2015)); composer Andrew Lloyd Webber
; author Michael Lewis
("The Big Short"). Also: a look at the significance of body language; a sampling of Kringle. a Danish pastry made in Wisconsin; a performance by the Oxford University Choir.
20 December 2015Andrea Bocelli
; designer David Rockwell
; chef Bobby Flay
cooks a Christmas goose. Also: a look at the Broadway musical, "Shuffle Along"; tips on making small talk; a trip to London, to see what inspired Charles Dickens
' "A Christmas Carol" .
27 December 2015
A weather pattern responsible for unusually warm temperatures; an interview with Maggie Smith
; the history of the Bloody Mary cocktail; an interview with Gil Batle, an artist who's an ex-con. Also: people who passed away in 2015; positive news from 2015.
3 January 2016
Interviews with Kate Winslet
(2015)) and Lily Tomlin
("Grace and Frankie"
(2015)); an exploration of meditation; the history of architecture in Chicago; a cat-centric island in Japan; Michael Ian Black
's thoughts on the year ahead; a reflection on the 1915 sinking of the Lusitania.
10 January 2016
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
17 January 2016
A profile of Joy Mangano
, the creator of the Miracle Mop and subject of the movie, Joy
(2015/I); 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.
24 January 2016
An interview with President Barack Obama
; a discussion with former NFL players Tony Dorsett
and Archie Manning
about head injuries; a profile of actress Charlotte Rampling
31 January 2016Coldplay
; financial implications of falling oil prices; Samantha Bee
(2015/III)); Bob Odenkirk
("Better Call Saul"
(2015)); Iowa caucus.
7 February 2016
What makes someone a sports fanatic; Super Bowl commercials; director Tom McCarthy
(2015/I)); Jeff Daniels
(2015) and The Martian
(2015)); TED Talks.
14 February 2016Lady Gaga
and songwriter Diane Warren
; Ryan O'Neal
and Ali MacGraw
; musician Chris Isaak
. Also: a trip to "polar bear capital of the world"; a visit to a Key West restaurant to sample desserts that are "better than sex".
21 February 2016
Gen. Michael Hayden
(USAF-Ret.); actress Jennifer Jason Leigh
(The Hateful Eight
(2015)); actor and author B.J. Novak
(2005), "The Mindy Project"
(2012) and "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend"
(2015)). Also: a report on assisted suicide for the terminally ill; a look at an exhibit at New York's Grolier Club; a visit to Kentucky's Mammoth Cave National Park.
28 February 2016
Actress Saoirse Ronan
(2015)); Elton John
; Academy Award historian Robert Osborne
. Also: the creation of the IMDb web-site; the history of movie trailers; the accuracy of movies based on a true story; the issue of diversity in Hollywood; a list of Oscar picks.
6 March 2016
Singer Meghan Trainor
; actress Holly Hunter
(Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
(2016) and Song to Song
(2017)) . Also: a report on the imminent threat of a major earthquake and tsunami hitting the Pacific Northwest; an examination of the late Jackson Pollock
's art; a visit to the Salt and Pepper Collectors Convention.
13 March 2016
The history of guns in America; an interview with the NRA about arming citizens; marketing guns to women; a Chicago program trying to reduce gun violence; Marine firepower; gun culture in Cody, Wyoming; bulletproofing technology.
20 March 2016
A profile of singer Gwen Stefani
; interviews with Steve Martin
and Edie Brickell
; a report on why some people have better luck than others; a visit to a museum exhibiting the works of artist Norman Lewis; a tour of the CBS Broadcast Center.
27 March 2016
An interview with pastor Joel Osteen
; a report on the history and appeal of the Easter bunny; an interview with an artist, who uses jelly beans to recreated masterpieces; a look inside the General Mills archive.
3 April 2016
Interviewed: Megyn Kelly
; country artist Chris Stapleton
; Anderson Cooper
and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt
. Also: the relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren; Conor Knighton
's tour of America's national parks; and the artwork of Corita Kent.
10 April 2016
"The Money Issue". Included: Hugh Jackman
's coffee business; young entrepreneurs; craft beer sales; Iceland's response to its 2008 financial crisis; recurring characters in TV ads; Australian miners searching for opals.
17 April 2016
Actress Kathy Bates
discusses her career and her battle with lymphoma. Also: singer Bonnie Raitt
; actor Eric Bana
; author Faith Salie
(book, "Approval Junkie"); the world cup of Quidditch; Florida's Biscayne National Park; the kingdom of Bhutan.
24 April 2016Larry Wilmore
; Phil Knight
. Also: problems caused by people donating unneeded items after disasters.
1 May 2016
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.
8 May 2016
Women waiting until later in life to have children; Keith Urban
; Allison Janney
(2013)); YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki
15 May 2016
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.
22 May 2016
A "By Design"-themed edition. Included: home makeover experts Chip Gaines
and Joanna Gaines
; "all-leisure fashion trend; golfer Jack Nicklaus
; skyscraper design; Christian Dior
's home; city flag designs; custom fish tanks; Chinese food takeout boxes; Q-tips; umbrellas; Charlize Theron
(The Huntsman: Winter's War
29 May 2016
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.
5 June 2016
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.
12 June 2016
Actor Sean Hayes
; the Grateful Dead
and John Mayer
; the deadly shark attacks that inspired Jaws
(1975); the musical "Hamilton"; the many ways Broadway actors learn their lines; the Great Sand Dunes National Park.
19 June 2016Richard Gere
; Tim Daly
(2014)); Jim Gaffigan
("The Jim Gaffigan Show"
(2015)); America's growing fascination with ancestry; the relationship between pioneering photographer William Eggleston and his daughter Andra, a textile designer; the history of beards; an appreciation of socks.
26 June 2016Garrison Keillor
; comedian Tig Notaro
; artist Duke Riley; a report on the high cost of prescription drugs; a look at the trend of museums featuring fashion as art; a visit to the set of "Outlander"
(2014) in Scotland, which includes interviews with the cast and author of the popular book series on which the show is based.
3 July 2016Bill O'Reilly
("The O'Reilly Factor"
(1996) and "Legends & Lies"
(2015)) talks history; country singer Maren Morris
; 'Weird Al' Yankovic
; artist Kadir Nelson
. Also: the history of the Civlian Conservation Corps; people in Shanghai who are enthusiasts of the all-American Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
10 July 2016Elton John
; Bill Nye
"The Science Guy"; photographer Arthur Grace
, who spent 33 years documenting the life of Robin Williams
. Also: a look at older athletes, who perform at high levels into their 80s and 90s; a report on city dwellers moving to suburban neighborhoods, that feature farms as a centerpiece.
17 July 2016
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
24 July 2016Ted Koppel
interviews Donald J. 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.
31 July 2016
Guns and America is the focus. Included: the history of guns in the U.S.; investigations conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and a discussion with the NRA, regarding whether Americans would be safer if they were armed.
7 August 2016
Actor Hugh Grant
(Florence Foster Jenkins
(2016)); composer Andrew Lloyd Webber
; photographer Edward Mapplethorpe
, brother of controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe
. Also: a visit to Death Valley; a look at older athletes who continue to perform at high levels into their 80s and 90s; a report on archery, Blutan's national sport; a report on the 50th anniversary of the first mass shooting at a school in the U.S., which unfolded at the University of Texas.
21 August 2016
Actress Leslie Caron
; Olympic marathon runner Meb Keflezighi
; band leader Jonathan Batiste
. Also: a report on living in Canada; a look at the history of paper; a review of the movie, Hell or High Water
(2016/II); a visit to Joshua Tree National Park in California.
28 August 2016Barbra 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.
4 September 2016
Country singer/songwriter Rory Feek
discusses his late wife and music partner, Joey Feek
; Jerry Lewis
; a "Star Trek"
(1966) celebration honoring the show's 50th anniversary; the Albuqueque International Balloon Festival; the world of vexilllalogy; washing machine collectors.
11 September 2016Quincy 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 J. Trump
18 September 2016Bruce Springsteen
; Paul McCartney
and Ringo Starr
; makeup artist Riccie Johnson
. Also: a look at fall movies; a visit to Denali National Park in Alaska; an exploration of adult coloring books; a report on whether luck is purely random or not.
25 September 2016Charles Osgood
is honored as he steps down from anchoring the program, after 22 years. Included: highlights from Osgood's career on TV and radio and in music; a look at his love of poetry; the story behind his bow tie collection; tales from his childhood; a visit with his family at their seaside retreat in France.
9 October 2016Jane 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.
16 October 2016
An interview with Sarah Jessica Parker
(2016)); a profile of Carole Bayer Sager
; the role Hispanics will play in the 2016 presidential election; the significance of bumper stickers; a visit to the household products company, S.C. Johnson.
23 October 2016
30 October 2016
What pets do when their humans are away; scarecrows; a Maine gravedigger who dug graves, by hand, for 49 years; actor Eddie Redmayne
(Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
(2016)); singer Josh Groban
6 November 2016
The presidential election; singer/songwriter Paul Simon
; James Buchanan's presidency; election humor; patriotic paintings; marijuana legislation; what the rest of the world thinks about the U.S. presidential election; American Samoa.
13 November 2016
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.
20 November 2016
The emergence of meal kits mailed directly to consumers' homes; model Christie Brinkley
; San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art's new restaurant; a Benedict nun with a doctorate in microbiology who makes cheese; Danish restaurant NOMA; turmeric.
27 November 2016
Carnegie Medal winners; singer Lady Gaga
; retired professional football player Steve Young
; actor Casey Affleck
(Manchester by the Sea
(2016)); quilts inspired by heavy metal music.
4 December 2016
Eyewitnesses to the attack on Pearl Harbor; President Franklin D. Roosevelt
's response to the attack on Pearl Harbor; musicians Keith Richards
and Mick Jagger
; actor Billy Bob Thornton
; a photographer who takes portraits of transgender people.
11 December 2016
Winners of the Carnegie Hero Medal; actor Viggo Mortensen
; comic Billy Eichner
; actress Sutton Foster
(2015)); gifts for technology lovers; Hawaii's lava fields.
18 December 2016
The influence of fake news and stories about Russian hacking; actress Nicole Kidman
(2016)); gift-wrapping artist Alton Dulaney
; a Ohio choir that bring a diverse group of singers together; musician and author Robbie Robertson
; author Paulo Coelho
27 February 2011
15 July 2012
11 November 2012
18 November 2012
11 March 2012
"Japan: One Year After Disaster" goes to Japan to look at reconstruction one year after the earthquake and tsunami. "Larger than Life" profiles a man who makes museum displays. "Pillow Talk" looks at the effects of sleep deprivation. "World of Pain" examines the shortage of morphine throughout the world. "Dress Rehearsal" looks at the cross-dressing tradition at the Annual Hasty Pudding Show at Harvard. "Prince Harry on Tour" follows the prince on his visit to the Caribbean and South America. "Aretha Franklin" interviews the singer. "On the Road" goes to Montana to profile a man running for Governor with very little money. News coverage focuses on Afghanistan, Syria, and the Republican race for president. Special segments include Sanjay Gupta on how doctors learn from their mistakes, a profile the writer behind "Perry Mason", and a snow owl in Montana.
1 April 2012
|Charles Osgood|| ... ||Himself - Host|
|Mandy Clark|| ... ||Herself - Corresponent (segment "News")|
|Bill Whitaker|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Japan: One Year After Disaster")|
|Jeff Kingston|| ... ||Himself - Japanese History Professor (segment "Japan: One Year After Disaster")|
|Erle Stanley Gardner|| ... ||Himself (segment "Almanac") (archive footage)|
|Faith Salie|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Larger than Life")|
|Terry Chase|| ... ||Himself - Diorama Artist (segment "Larger than Life")|
|Barry Petersen|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Georges Halpern|| ... ||Himself - Short Sleeper (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Ying Hui-Fu|| ... ||Herself - Sleep Researcher (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Nate Watson|| ... ||Himself - University of Washington Sleep Center (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Kent Wilson|| ... ||Himself - Research Subject (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Larry A. McLean|| ... ||Himself - Research Subject (segment "Pillow Talk") (as Larry McLean)|
|Cheri Mah|| ... ||Herself - Stanford Sleep Disorders Clini (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Mathew Zito|| ... ||Himself - Principal, Menlo-Atherton High School (segment "Pillow Talk")|
|Bob Simon|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "World of Pain")|
|Diederik Lohman|| ... ||Himself - Human Rights Watch (segment "World of Pain")|
|Anne Merriman|| ... ||Herself - Doctor (segment "World of Pain")|
|Jack Jagwe|| ... ||Himself - Ugandan Health Ministry (segment "World of Pain")|
|Hellen Birungi|| ... ||Herself - Nurse (segment "World of Pain")|
|Mhoira Leng|| ... ||Himself - Doctor (segment "World of Pain")|
|Betty Bifabusa|| ... ||Herself - Nurse (segment "World of Pain")|
|Mo Rocca|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Ben Mosque|| ... ||Himself - Student (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Brandon Ortiz|| ... ||Himself - Student (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Ethan Hardy|| ... ||Himself - Student (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Jyotika Banga|| ... ||Herself - Student (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Mary Jane Sakellariadis|| ... ||Herself - Student (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Claire Danes|| ... ||Herself - Actress (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Matt Whitaker|| ... ||Himself - Student (segment "Dress Rehearsal")|
|Seth Doane|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Prince Harry on Tour")|
|Prince Harry Windsor|| ... ||Himself (segment "Prince Harry on Tour")|
|Usain Bolt|| ... ||Himself - Sprinter (segment "Prince Harry on Tour")|
|Anthony Mason|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Aretha Franklin")|
|Aretha Franklin|| ... ||Herself (segment "Aretha Franklin")|
|C.L. Franklin|| ... ||Himself - Aretha's Father (segment "Aretha Franklin") (archive footage) (as Rev. C. L. Franklin)|
|Sanjay Gupta|| ... ||Himself - Commentator|
|Steve Hartman|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "On the Road")|
|Jim O'Hara|| ... ||Himself - Candidate for Governor, Montana (segment "On the Road")|
|Vicky O'Hara|| ... ||Herself - Campaign Manager (segment "On the Road")|
|Bob Schieffer|| ... ||Himself - Journalist|
"Less than 1%" examines the reason why Joshua Oukrop died when his cardiac implant failed. "The Lucky One" interviews Zac Efron. "Sure Shot?" looks at lasers energy research at the National Ignition Facility. "On the Road" profiles a young man who built a nuclear reactor. "Patti Smith" interviews the famous singer. "No Foolin'" looks at how the Internet propagates phony videos. Other segments include an Almanac look at Wrigley Field, a look at fake art, a memorial to Earl Scruggs, and a commentary by Conor Knighton on 3-D.
14 February 2010
25 March 2012
|Charles Osgood|| ... ||Himself - Anchor|
|Whit Johnson|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent|
|Steven Martino|| ... ||Himself - Director of Maryland Lottery|
|Jim Axelrod|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Less than 1%")|
|Robert Hauser|| ... ||Himself - Cardiologist (segment "Less than 1%")|
|Lee Oukrup|| ... ||Himself - Joshua's Father (segment "Less than 1%")|
|Marcia Crosse|| ... ||Herself - Government Accountability Office (segment "Less than 1%")|
|David Nexon|| ... ||Himself - Senior Executive Vice President, Advamed (segment "Less than 1%")|
|Matthew Leininger|| ... ||Himself - Former Curator, Oklahoma City Museum of Art|
|Tracy Smith|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Lucky One")|
|Zac Efron|| ... ||Himself - Actor (segment "The Lucky One")|
|David Pogue|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Sure Shot?")|
|Ed Moses|| ... ||Himself - Director, National Ignition Facility (segment "Sure Shot?") (as Edward Moses)|
|Marylia Kelley|| ... ||Herself - Tri-Valley CAREs (segment "Sure Shot?")|
|Steve Hartman|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "On the Road")|
|Taylor Wilson|| ... ||Himself - Building a Nuclear Reactor (segment "On the Road")|
|Ken Wilson|| ... ||Himself - Taylor's Father (segment "On the Road")|
|Tiffany Wilson|| ... ||Herself - Taylor's Mother (segment "On the Road")|
|Bill Brinsmead|| ... ||Himself - Taylor's Advisor (segment "On the Road")|
|Earl Scruggs|| ... ||Himself - Musician (archive footage)|
|Anthony Mason|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Patti Smith")|
|Patti Smith|| ... ||Herself - Singer (segment "Patti Smith")|
|Judy Lynn|| ... ||Herself - Photographer (segment "Patti Smith")|
|Conor Knighton|| ... ||Himself - Commentator|
|Mo Rocca|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "No Foolin'")|
|Frank Readick|| ... ||Himself - War of the Worlds Broadcast (segment "No Foolin'") (archive footage) (voice)|
|Adam Savage|| ... ||Himself - Host, 'Mythbusters' (segment "No Foolin'")|
|Jamie Hyneman|| ... ||Himself - Host, 'Mythbusters' (segment "No Foolin'")|
|Bob Schieffer|| ... ||Himself - Journalist|
Sunday Morning offers its annual special episode on money. "Making Change" considers the move to a cashless society. "This is a Test" looks at how companies test market their products. "Adding it Up" explains why clothing costs what it does. "Full Plate" looks at the history of Fiesta dinnerware. "Over There" examines economies in Europe. "House of Cards" looks at the decline of baseball card collecting. "Can Do!" examines the history of Goya foods. "Have You Herd?" visits an alpaca ranch. Special segments include Suzy Orman with advice for young people, a history of Bell Labor, and children's products in China. Interview segments feature model Iman and economist Paul Volcker.
28 February 2010
18 March 2012
|Anthony Mason|| ... ||Himself - Host|
|Lee Cowan|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Making Change")|
|Robert Reich|| ... ||Himself - Economist (segment "Making Change")|
|David Wolman|| ... ||Himself - Author, The End of Money (segment "Making Change")|
|Sam Shrauger|| ... ||Himself - PayPal (segment "Making Change")|
|Kim Malek|| ... ||Herself - Owner, Salt & Straw (segment "Making Change")|
|Jared Fliesler|| ... ||Himself - Card Case User (segment "Making Change")|
|Tracy Smith|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "This is a Test")|
|Lori Estrada|| ... ||Herself - Senior VP, Wendy's International (segment "This is a Test")|
|Denny Lynch|| ... ||Himself - Spokesman, Wendy's International (segment "This is a Test")|
|Alex Fisher|| ... ||Himself - Columbus Partnership (segment "This is a Test")|
|Chris Doody|| ... ||Himself - Owner, Piada (segment "This is a Test")|
|Brett Merrell|| ... ||Himself - Giant Eagle Market District (segment "This is a Test")|
|Erin Moriarty|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Adding it Up")|
|Katherine Maclane|| ... ||Herself - Clothing Manufacturer (segment "Adding it Up")|
|Jared MacLane|| ... ||Himself - Clothing Manufacturer (segment "Adding it Up")|
|Elaine Quijano|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Full Plate")|
|Joseph Wells III|| ... ||Himself - CEO, Homer Laughlin China Company (segment "Full Plate")|
|Richard Mayberry|| ... ||Himself - Collector (segment "Full Plate")|
|Allen Pizzey|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Over There")|
|John C. Kornblum|| ... ||Himself - Former U.S. ambassador (segment "Over There")|
|James Walston|| ... ||Himself - American University of Rome (segment "Over There")|
|Anica Petrovic|| ... ||Herself - European Voter (segment "Over There")|
|Madeleine Krakor|| ... ||Herself - Berlin Artist (segment "Over There")|
|Armen Keteyian|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "House of Cards")|
|Mike Gordon|| ... ||Himself - Baseball Card Collector (segment "House of Cards")|
|Jack Palma|| ... ||Himself - Baseball Card Collector (segment "House of Cards")|
|Dave Jamieson|| ... ||Himself - Author, Mint Condition (segment "House of Cards")|
|Alan Rosen|| ... ||Himself - Baseball Card Collector (segment "House of Cards")|
|Jeff Glor|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Can Do!")|
|Bob Unanue|| ... ||Himself - President, Goya (segment "Can Do!")|
|Peter Unanue|| ... ||Himself - Vice President, Goya (segment "Can Do!")|
|Alex Garcia|| ... ||Himself - Chef, Copacabana Supper Club (segment "Can Do!")|
|Suze Orman|| ... ||Herself - Commenator|
|Martha Teichner|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Bell Labs")|
|Edward Eckert|| ... ||Himself - Archivist, Alcatel-Lucent (segment "Bell Labs")|
|Jon Gertner|| ... ||Himself - Authot, The Idea Factory (segment "Bell Labs")|
|Richard Frenkiel|| ... ||Himself - Bell Labs Engineer (segment "Bell Labs")|
|Theodore Sizer|| ... ||Himself - Vice President, Bell Labs (segment "Bell Labs")|
|Rita Braver|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Iman")|
|Iman|| ... ||Herself (segment "Iman")|
|Celia Hatton|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Postcard from Beijing")|
|Xia Dan-Dan|| ... ||Herself - Mother (segment "Postcard from Beijing")|
|Larry Kung|| ... ||Himself - Businessman (segment "Postcard from Beijing")|
|Mo Rocca|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Have You Herd?")|
|Amber Isaac|| ... ||Herself - Alpaca Rancher (segment "Have You Herd?")|
|Bill Oraschin|| ... ||Himself - Farmer (segment "Have You Herd?")|
|Lori Oraschin|| ... ||Herself - Farmer (segment "Have You Herd?")|
|Paul Volcker|| ... ||Himself (segment "Paul Volcker")|
|Norah O'Donnell|| ... ||Herself - Journalist|
"One in Ten" looks at the latest numbers on depression. "Name of the Game" visits a museum exhibit dedicated to the art of video games. "The Chieftains" profiles the famous Irish musical group. "Crystal Cathedral Split" reports on how the Schuller family has been forced to sell the famous Crystal Cathedral. "Eric McCormack" interviews the actor about his new Broadway show. "On the Road" visits a museum dedicated to cleaning. Sunday Journal news coverage focuses on Robert Bales murders in Afghanistan and the Rutgers intimidate trial of Dharun Ravi. Special segments include a look at the history of Wells Fargo, Faith Salie on Girl Scout Cookies, and the Cherry Blossoms in Washington.
4 March 2012
|Charles Osgood|| ... ||Himself - Host|
|Susan Spencer|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "One in Ten")|
|Louis Bayard|| ... ||Himself - Novelist (segment "One in Ten")|
|Jerome Wakefield|| ... ||Himself - Professor, New York University School of Social Work (segment "One in Ten")|
|Richard A. Friedman|| ... ||Himself - Psychiatrist, Weill Cornell Medical College (segment "One in Ten")|
|Robert DeRubeis|| ... ||Himself - Psychologist, University of Pennsylvania (segment "One in Ten")|
|Rita Braver|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Name of the Game")|
|Betsy Broun|| ... ||Herself - Museum Director (segment "Name of the Game")|
|Chris Melissinos|| ... ||Himself - Video Game Developer (segment "Name of the Game")|
|Richard Roth|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "The Chieftains")|
|Paddy Moloney|| ... ||Himself - Bandmember (segment "The Chieftains")|
|Mat Malloy|| ... ||Himself - Bandmember (segment "The Chieftains")|
|Cady Coleman|| ... ||Herself - Astronaut (segment "The Chieftains") (archive footage) (as Catherine Coleman)|
|David Martin|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Sunday Journal")|
|Hamid Karzai|| ... ||Himself (segment "Sunday Journal") (archive footage)|
|John Allen|| ... ||Himself - General (segment "Sunday Journal") (archive footage)|
|Barack Obama|| ... ||Himself (segment "Sunday Journal") (archive footage)|
|John Henry Browne|| ... ||Himself - Defense Attorney (segment "Sunday Journal")|
|Erin Moriarty|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Sunday Journal")|
|Dharun Ravi|| ... ||Himself (segment "Sunday Journal") (archive footage)|
|Marc Poirier|| ... ||Himself - Law Professor, Seton Hall University (segment "Sunday Journal")|
|Brian Rooney|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Crystal Cathedral Split")|
|Robert H. Schuller|| ... ||Himself - Televangelist (segment "Crystal Cathedral Split") (as Robert Schuller)|
|Shiela Schuller|| ... ||Herself - Robert Schuller's Daughter (segment "Crystal Cathedral Split") (as Sheila Schuller Coleman)|
|Mo Rocca|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Eric McCormack")|
|Eric McCormack|| ... ||Himself - Actor (segment "Eric McCormack")|
|James Earl Jones|| ... ||Himself - Actor (segment "Eric McCormack")|
|John Larroquette|| ... ||Himself - Actor (segment "Eric McCormack")|
|Faith Salie|| ... ||Herself - Commentator|
|Steve Hartman|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "On the Road")|
|Don Aslett|| ... ||Himself - Museum Curator (segment "On the Road")|
|Bob Schieffer|| ... ||Himself - Journalist|
"Rubbish!" examines the great Great Pacific Garbage Patch. "Sitting Pretty" profiles two furniture designers. "Bombshell" discusses the inventions of actress Hedy Lamarr. "Smart Cookie" examines the history of the Oreo. "Cindy Crawford" features an interview with the former model. "Masters of Charm" looks at a Charm School at MIT. News coverage features tornadoes in Kentucky, elections in Iran and Russia, the death of Davy Jones. Special segments commemorate the birth of Sherlock Holmes 131 years ago, reflect on the year 1962, and offer footage of baby bison enjoying their first snow.
16 January 2005
|Rita Braver|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Sitting Pretty")|
|Christine Chen|| ... ||Herself - Student (segment "Masters of Charm")|
|Arthur Conan Doyle|| ... ||Himself (segment "Almanac") (archive footage)|
|Lee Cowan|| ... ||Himself - Host|
|Cindy Crawford|| ... ||Herself (segment "Cindy Crawford")|
|Bill Flanagan|| ... ||Himself - Commentator (segment "1962: A Very Good Year")|
|Bill Geist|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Masters of Charm")|
|Mitchell Gold|| ... ||Himself - Furniture Designer (segment "Sitting Pretty")|
|Paul Goldberger|| ... ||Himself - Architecture Critic, The New Yorker|
|Anneki Gupta|| ... ||Herself - Student (segment "Masters of Charm")|
|Judith Klausner|| ... ||Herself - Oreo Artist (segment "Smart Cookie")|
|Hedy Lamarr|| ... ||Herself (segment "Bombshell") (archive footage)|
|Anthony Loder|| ... ||Himself - Hedy's Son (segment "Bombshell")|
|Paola Marocchi|| ... ||Herself - Pastry Chef (segment "Smart Cookie")|
|Daniel Mendelsohn|| ... ||Himself - Student (segment "Masters of Charm")|
|Charles Moore|| ... ||Himself - Captain (segment "Rubbish!")|
|Elizabeth Palmer|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent, Tehran (segment "News")|
|Monique Pillard|| ... ||Herself (segment "Cindy Crawford")|
|David Pogue|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Rubbish!")|
|Richard Rhodes|| ... ||Himself - Author, Hedy's Folly (segment "Bombshell")|
|Mo Rocca|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Smart Cookie")|
|Steve Russell|| ... ||Himself - Plastics Division, American Chemistry Council (segment "Rubbish!")|
|Tracy Smith|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Cindy Crawford")|
|Eve Sullivan|| ... ||Herself - Charm School Professor (segment "Masters of Charm")|
|Audra Wahhab|| ... ||Herself - Food Blogger, Baker Chick (segment "Smart Cookie")|
|Nancy Wallace|| ... ||Herself - Marine Debris Program, NOAA (segment "Rubbish!")|
|Anna Werner|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent, Kentucky (segment "News")|
|Bob Williams|| ... ||Himself - Furniture Designer (segment "Sitting Pretty")|
"State of the Art" examines the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. "Soulsville, U.S.A" goes to Stax Studios in Memphis, Tenn. "Well-Heeled" profiles Italian shoemaker Salvatore Ferragamo. "Towing the Line" visits the Towing Hall of Fame in Chattanooga, Tenn.
6 March 2011
9 January 2005
|Rita Braver|| ... ||Herself - Correspondent (segment "Well-Heeled")|
|Salvatore Ferragamo|| ... ||Himself (segment "Well-Heeled")|
|Bill Geist|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Towing the Line")|
|Russ Mitchell|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "Soulsville, U.S.A")|
|David Pogue|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "State of the Art")|
"Weighty Matters" examines why obesity is so common in the United States. "Think Big" goes to Dia Beacon the world's largest museum of contemporary art in Beacon, N.Y. "Flying High" profiles actor John Travolta. "Drawn to Success" looks at what it takes for a cartoon to make it to the pages of the New Yorker.
20 April 1986
CBS's telecast of Vladimir Horowitz's historic live 1986 concert in Moscow, broadcast as a special episode of the series "CBS Sunday Morning".
19 October 1980
17 February 1985
8 August 1985
The restoration of the Thomas Hart Benton mural "America Today" is discussed with Thomas Branchick of the Williamstown Art Conservation Center in Massachusetts.
11 June 1989
Gary Reaves travels to Kansas City for the 100th Anniversary of the birth of Thomas Hart Benton. A critical essay on the film "Dead Poets Society. A look at the sharp tailed grouse. Winners of the Belmont Stakes horse race and French Open.
26 November 1989
1 July 1990
Los Angeles measles epidemic; Billy Taylor profiles jazz singer Anita O'Day; Mississippi family of slave descendants assemble; race of refurbished yachts; review of "Child of Rage: Story of Abuse"; Maine transportation museum.
15 August 1993
7 May 2000
CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Richard Schlesinger interviews Liza Minnelli about her life, career and her future.
20 May 2001
3 February 2002
28 April 2002
15 September 2002
13 April 2003
14 September 2003
14 December 2003
4 January 2004
29 February 2004
28 March 2004
16 May 2004
27 February 2005
13 March 2005
20 March 2005
27 March 2005
21 April 2005
14 August 2005
2 October 2005
23 October 2005
11 December 2005
15 January 2006
19 March 2006
2 April 2006
30 April 2006
28 May 2006
24 September 2006
29 October 2006
31 December 2006
3 June 2007
8 July 2007
9 December 2007
20 January 2008
3 February 2008
17 February 2008
2 March 2008
9 March 2008
13 April 2008
25 May 2008
1 June 2008
29 June 2008
20 July 2008
10 August 2008
24 August 2008
14 September 2008
25 September 2008
12 October 2008
19 October 2008
9 November 2008
30 November 2008
7 December 2008
21 December 2008
11 January 2009
18 January 2009
1 February 2009
22 February 2009
8 March 2009
29 March 2009
12 April 2009
24 May 2009
21 June 2009
5 July 2009
14 July 2009
23 August 2009
27 September 2009
4 October 2009
25 October 2009
8 November 2009
15 November 2009
6 December 2009
20 December 2009
27 December 2009
17 January 2010
11 April 2010
20 June 2010
4 July 2010
9 September 2010
26 September 2010
10 October 2010
17 October 2010
24 October 2010
31 October 2010
7 November 2010
28 November 2010
20 February 2011
13 March 2011
20 March 2011
10 April 2011
17 April 2011
24 April 2011
1 May 2011
8 May 2011
15 May 2011
22 May 2011
29 May 2011
5 June 2011
12 June 2011
19 June 2011
26 June 2011
3 July 2011
10 July 2011
17 July 2011
24 July 2011
31 July 2011
7 August 2011
14 August 2011
21 August 2011
28 August 2011
4 September 2011
18 September 2011
25 September 2011
9 October 2011
16 October 2011
23 October 2011
30 October 2011
6 November 2011
13 November 2011
20 November 2011
11 December 2011
18 December 2011
25 December 2011
1 January 2012
8 January 2012
15 January 2012
29 January 2012
5 February 2012
12 February 2012
19 February 2012
4 March 2012
8 April 2012
15 April 2012
|Charles Osgood|| ... ||Himself - Host|
|Henry Bradley|| ... ||Himself - Veteran (segment "In Their Honor")|
|Victor Brown|| ... ||Himself - Veteran (segment "In Their Honor")|
|Joe Collins|| ... ||Himself - Veteran (segment "In Their Honor")|
|Bill Geist|| ... ||Himself - Correspondent (segment "In Their Honor")|
|Fred Logan|| ... ||Himself - Veteran (segment "In Their Honor")|
|Jeff Miller|| ... ||Himself - Veteran Organizer (segment "In Their Honor")|
100th anniversary of Fenway Park/botox; America at tax time - what cheaters cost us; Blair Underwood; "Three Stooges" directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly.
22 April 2012
The Black Keys; the cost of a nation of incarceration; the 75th Shell Fair; the 175th anniversary of Tiffany & Co.
29 April 2012
"The Avengers" director Joss Whedon; The Beach Boys; LBJ returns under Robert Caro scrutiny; hard lessons about College costs; 'New Yorker' covers.
6 May 2012
13 May 2012
20 May 2012
27 May 2012
3 June 2012
Jane Fonda; Diamond Jubilee; Porgy and Bess.
10 June 2012
17 June 2012
24 June 2012
1 July 2012
8 July 2012
22 July 2012
29 July 2012
5 August 2012
12 August 2012
19 August 2012
Rashida Jones; the right to marry; Hole in the Wall Gang Camp; New York's Second Avenue subway.
26 August 2012
2 September 2012
9 September 2012
16 September 2012
23 September 2012
30 September 2012
7 October 2012
14 October 2012
21 October 2012
28 October 2012
4 November 2012
25 November 2012
2 December 2012
9 December 2012
16 December 2012
23 December 2012
6 January 2013
13 January 2013
20 January 2013
27 January 2013
3 February 2013
10 February 2013
17 February 2013
24 February 2013
3 March 2013
10 March 2013
17 March 2013
24 March 2013
31 March 2013
7 April 2013
14 April 2013
21 April 2013
28 April 2013
5 May 2013
12 May 2013
19 May 2013
26 May 2013
2 June 2013
9 June 2013
16 June 2013
23 June 2013
30 June 2013
7 July 2013
14 July 2013
21 July 2013
11 August 2013
18 August 2013
25 August 2013
1 September 2013
8 September 2013
15 September 2013
22 September 2013
29 September 2013
6 October 2013
13 October 2013
20 October 2013
27 October 2013
3 November 2013
10 November 2013
17 November 2013
1 December 2013
8 December 2013
15 December 2013
22 December 2013
29 December 2013
5 January 2014
12 January 2014
19 January 2014
26 January 2014
2 February 2014
9 February 2014
16 February 2014
23 February 2014
2 March 2014
9 March 2014
16 March 2014
23 March 2014
30 March 2014
6 April 2014
13 April 2014
20 April 2014
27 April 2014
4 May 2014
11 May 2014
25 May 2014
1 June 2014
8 June 2014
15 June 2014
22 June 2014
6 July 2014
13 July 2014
20 July 2014
27 July 2014
3 August 2014
10 August 2014
17 August 2014
31 August 2014
7 September 2014
14 September 2014
21 September 2014
28 September 2014
5 October 2014Gillian Flynn
; Billy Idol
12 October 2014
19 October 2014
26 October 2014
2 November 2014
9 November 2014
16 November 2014
23 November 2014
Food-related stories include foods of the future, the history of menus and a profile of 95-year-old chef Cecilia Chiang; chef Ina Garten; singer Patti LaBelle; Spam; apple cider; meat jerky; slow-cooking; comic Jim Gaffigan.
30 November 2014
7 December 2014
14 December 2014
28 June 2015
14 August 2016
2 October 2016
6 November 2016
25 December 2016The Dalai Lama
talks about nationalism.
1 January 2017
Newsmakers who passed away in 2016; actor Henry Winkler
; Conor Knighton
talks about America's national parks; a Charlottesville, Va. doctor who has delivered more than 10,000 babies; "Atlas Obscura"; the year in review.
8 January 2017
Virtual reality; the friendship between a man and an old race horse; musician Iggy Pop
; filmmaker Lee Daniels
; authors Douglas Preston
and Lincoln Child
(aka Preston Child); artist Tyrus Wong
15 January 2017
The life and legacy of President Barack Obama
; singer Jackie Evancho
; actress Viola Davis
(2016) and "How to Get Away with Murder"
(2014)); Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning
; Inaugural gown trends; White House photographer Pete Souza
; New York's St. Paul's Chapel; dollhouse exhibit.
22 January 2017
Saturday's Women's March on Washington; the inauguration of Donald J. Trump
and the start of a new White House administration; actor Henry Winkler
on his new movie, Barry
(????) (TV); hunting for white truffles in Italy; the men behind the McDonald's hamburger empire.
29 January 2017
The U.S. Navy's newest hi-tech warship; the artists who create ski trail maps; the actors and creative minds behind the film, Moonlight
(2016/I); actor Dennis Quaid
(A Dog's Purpose
(2017)); Palm Springs, California; journalist Rita Braver
; the legacy of Mary Tyler Moore
5 February 2017
Scientific studies of twins; fashion designer Michael Kors
(2004)); a cowboy boot maker in Texas; a tour of Palm Beach Island; the story behind Wonder Woman.
12 February 2017
Singers who rely on lip-syncing their vocals during live performances; actress Emma Stone
(La La Land
(2016/I)); singer/songwriter Lori McKenna
; romance novels; designer Michael Kors
; "bro hugs"; New York's Electric Lady Studio.
19 February 2017
Computer passwords; actor Damian Lewis
(2016)); a Chicago artist turns potholes into art; author Gay Talese
; filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice
(My Name Is Emily
(2015)); the hazard of the "reply all" email function; the creator of a Canadian program to provide homes for Syrian refugees.
26 February 2017
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