A food-themed edition. Included: TV hosts Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg (Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party (2016)); schools helping to feed hungry kids; food that fits in a doll house; the "instant pot"; Britain's Black Swan pub, voted best restaurant in the world; rolled ice cream; waitress and chef uniforms; the history of ketchup; food trends; Lunchbox Museum.
A rehab program for airline pilots with substance abuse problems; comic Judd Apatow; rapper Logic; a Michaelangelo drawings exhibit; 20th anniversary of "The Lion King"; the first female to play Tiny Tim in a production of "A Christmas Carol".
"Must-have" Christmas toys; gift suggestions for the technology lover; actor Christoph Waltz ("Downsizing"); singer/songwriter Michael McDonald; Christmas celebration in Madrid, N.M.; White House Christmas ornaments; U.S. Senator-elect Doug Jones (D-Ala);
How a simple act of kindness can have life-changing impact; restaurant server uniforms; actress Donna Reed; a London company that makes pointe shoes; Branson, Missouri; singer Petula Clark; Christmas sing-along;
The lives and accomplishments of people who passed away in 2017; events that happened in 2017, and how they may impact 2018; an interview with actor James Franco; a vodka made with fog captured from the California sky (Newsmagazine).
Oprah Winfrey talks with a group of Hollywood stars about the Time's Up campaign. Also: actress Sharon Stone; the practice of gerrymandering for political gain; crime scene dioramas from the 1940s used as training tools for solving murders; Wake Island; exercise gizmos advertised on TV. (Newsmagazine).
New hologram technology that allows deceased singers to perform at concerts with live musicians; the careers of Neil Diamond and Elton John, both of whom announced they are retiring; origin of the wood used in the world's finest violins; singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran; cabaret singer Marilyn Maye; the science and art of bubbles; a look back at 1968.
Behind the scenes of the Puppy Bowl; Boy Scouts organization; film critic Rex Reed; a football player who continues to play despite being paralyzed from the waist down; Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen; artist Anselm Kiefer.
The effect of accusations and allegations on a person's legacy; the website Rotten Tomatoes; looking at Elizabeth Taylor's archive with one of her grandchildren; actor Jared Leto; the inventor of Steadicam; actress Glenda Jackson; the Newman family, who have received more Oscar nominations than any other;
A woman's battle against breast cancer; actor RuPaul; Brazilian artist Tarslia do Amaral; producer Peter Lassally; singer Joan Baez; Colorado's Bladpate Inn's key collection; the 1968 New Hemsphire primary.
Actress Glenn Close; jazz musician Wynton Marsalis; author Walter Issacson; Jennifer Doudna, who co-discovered the technique for editing genes known as CRISPR; geniuses through history; extra sensory perception; animal intelligence.
March for Our Lives coverage; actor Sean Penn ("The Professor and the Mad Man"); radio host Don Imus; the work of artist Takashi Murakami; former President Jimmy Carter; the final days of the male Northern White Rhino; kite flying; comic Jim Gaffigan;
The effect of technology on brains; "Frozen" songwriters; author Ernest Cline (Ready Player One (2018)); stained glass windows; actor John Krasinki and actress Emily Blunt (A Quiet Place (2018)); exhibit about the trial of Nazi colonel Adolf Eichmann; National Urban League President Marc Morial.
A free, easy way to do taxes; actress Tina Fey; Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.); songwriter Bernie Taupin; a woman who honors her late husband by posting his photos online; actor Antonio Babderas; Faroe Islands; Barbara Streisand's cloned dog.
Willing Stone founder Jann Wenner; singer Art Garfunkel; author Ta-Nehisi Coates; actor-director Kenneth Branagh; 15-year-old Gabe Fleisher, who publishes a political newsletter. Also: the legacy of the 747 airplanes. (Newsmagazine).