Sienna 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.
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.
"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.
'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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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".
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.
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.
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.