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Fashion designer Christian Siriano; actress Sally Field (Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)); filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice (My Name Is Emily (2015)); Oscar picks.

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Fats Domino
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Herbie Mann
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Mario Savio
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News Roundup
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Woody Hayes
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8 Aug. 1985
Episode dated 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.
20 Apr. 1986
With Horowitz in Moscow
CBS's telecast of Vladimir Horowitz's historic live 1986 concert in Moscow, broadcast as a special episode of the series "CBS Sunday Morning".
11 Jun. 1989
Episode dated 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.
1 Jul. 1990
Episode dated 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.
7 May 2000
Episode dated 7 May 2000
CBS Sunday Morning correspondent Richard Schlesinger interviews Liza Minnelli about her life, career and her future.
9 Jan. 2005
Weighty Matters/Think Big/Flying High/Drawn to Success
"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.
16 Jan. 2005
State of the Art/Soulsville, U.S.A/Well-Heeled/Towing the Line
"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.
28 Feb. 2010
Money Issue 2010
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6 Mar. 2011
The Money Issue 2011
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4 Mar. 2012
Rubbish!/Sitting Pretty/Bombshell/Smart Cookie/Cindy Crawford/Masters of Charm
"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 ...
11 Mar. 2012
Japan: One Year After Disaster/Larger than Life/Pillow Talk/World of Pain/Dress Rehearsal/Prince Harry on Tour/Aretha Franklin/On the Road
"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 ...
18 Mar. 2012
One in Ten/Name of the Game/The Chieftains/Crystal Cathedral Split/Eric McCormack/On the Road
"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 ...
25 Mar. 2012
Money Issue
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 ...
1 Apr. 2012
Less than 1%/The Lucky One/Sure Shot?/On the Road/Patti Smith/No Foolin'
"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.
15 Apr. 2012
Episode dated 15 April 2012
100th anniversary of Fenway Park/botox; America at tax time - what cheaters cost us; Blair Underwood; "Three Stooges" directors Peter and Bobby Farrelly.
22 Apr. 2012
Episode dated 22 April 2012
The Black Keys; the cost of a nation of incarceration; the 75th Shell Fair; the 175th anniversary of Tiffany & Co.
29 Apr. 2012
Episode dated 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.
3 Jun. 2012
Episode dated 3 June 2012
Jane Fonda; Diamond Jubilee; Porgy and Bess.
15 Jul. 2012
A Sunday at the Shore
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19 Aug. 2012
Episode dated 19 August 2012
Rashida Jones; the right to marry; Hole in the Wall Gang Camp; New York's Second Avenue subway.
11 Nov. 2012
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18 Nov. 2012
Eat, Drink and Be Merry
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23 Nov. 2014
Episode dated 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.
25 Dec. 2016
Episode dated 25 December 2016
The Dalai Lama talks about nationalism.
1 Jan. 2017
Episode dated 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 Jan. 2017
Episode dated 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 Jan. 2017
Episode dated 15 January 2017
The life and legacy of President Barack Obama; singer Jackie Evancho; actress Viola Davis (Fences (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 Jan. 2017
Episode dated 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; hunting for white truffles in Italy; the men behind the McDonald's hamburger empire.
29 Jan. 2017
Episode dated 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); actor Dennis Quaid (A Dog's Purpose (2017)); Palm Springs, California; journalist Rita Braver; the legacy of Mary Tyler Moore.
5 Feb. 2017
Episode dated 5 February 2017
Scientific studies of twins; fashion designer Michael Kors (Project Runway (2004)); a cowboy boot maker in Texas; a tour of Palm Beach Island; the story behind Wonder Woman.
12 Feb. 2017
Episode dated 12 February 2017
Singers who rely on lip-syncing their vocals during live performances; actress Emma Stone (La La Land (2016)); singer/songwriter Lori McKenna; romance novels; designer Michael Kors; "bro hugs"; New York's Electric Lady Studio.
19 Feb. 2017
Episode dated 19 February 2017
Computer passwords; actor Damian Lewis (Billions (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 Feb. 2017
Episode dated 26 February 2017
Fashion designer Christian Siriano; actress Sally Field (Hello, My Name Is Doris (2015)); filmmaker Simon Fitzmaurice (My Name Is Emily (2015)); Oscar picks.

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