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CBS Sunday Morning, November 22, 2020
Jane Pauley hosts our annual “Food Issue.” Lee Cowan looks at the rise in food insecurity in the U.S. Martha Teichner meets a bagel business consultant. Rita Braver looks at artistic soup tureens. Seth Doane learns the secrets of making tortellini. Jim Axelrod interviews chef Vikas Khanna, who has built a coalition to feed millions in India. Mark Whitaker discusses Black contributions to American cuisine with chef Marcus Samuelsson. Jonathan Vigliotti meets a heirloom bean entrepreneur. Nancy Giles asks why Americans are so sweet on snacks. Luke Burbank visits America’s oldest Chinese restaurant (in Butte, Montana); Tracy Smith interviews Kate Hudson, actress and World Food Programme ambassador. Conor Knighton visits a mint farm. Kelefa Sanneh discovers new variations in rainbow cookies, and Mo Rocca drinks a toast to applejack, a spirit that helped fortify the American Revolution.
CBS Sunday Morning, November 15, 2020
President Barack Obama talks with Gayle King in his first TV interview since the election of Joe Biden. Conor Knighton digs into the artistic pies created by Instagram star Lauren Ko, author of “Pieometry”; Alina Cho sits down with Leonard Lauder, chairman emeritus and former CEO of global beauty behemoth Estée Lauder Companies. Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell talk with Tracy Smith about sharing love, and the screen, together.
CBS Sunday Morning, November 11, 2020
Martha Teichner looks at the aftermath of this week’s presidential election. Barry Petersen checks out a revolutionary new form of implant surgery for amputees. Mo Rocca delves into the collaboration of comedian Steve Martin and New Yorker cartoonist Harry Bliss. Seth Doane talks with actress Sophia Loren about her new Netflix film, “The Life Ahead,” directed by her son, Edoardo Ponti. Kelefa Sanneh checks out how independent bookstores have been fighting to survive during COVID-19. Comedian Jim Gaffigan reflects on the end of an election marathon; and Lee Cowan chases down some Pappy Van Winkle, perhaps the world’s most coveted bourbon.
CBS Sunday Morning 11/1
Conor Knighton explores how the study of grizzly bears’ hibernation may hold critical clues to advancing human health. David Pogue looks at the explosion in popularity of chess during the pandemic. Susan Spencer examines the mental health toll of COVID-19. Mo Rocca reports on the life of first lady and humanitarian Eleanor Roosevelt. Major Garrett looks at an Election Night tradition, the concession speech. Faith Salie accompanies a 104-year-old voter to the polls. Ben Mankiewicz interviews comedy legend Bob Newhart. John Dickerson offers advice on weathering Election Day stress, and Lee Cowan looks back on the career of Sean Connery.
CBS Sunday Morning October 25, 2020
Barry Petersen sets out to find why people don't want to wait and what we can do to keep cool in an impatient world. Lee Cowan finds what makes a Guinness World Record. Steve Hartman reports on one kid's sweet relationship with a spooky buddy. Ben Mankiewicz reports on a film about his grandfather's struggle to complete the screenplay for "Citizen Kane." Mo Rocca looks back at the 1876 election. Seth Doane reports on how Europeans see the 2020 U.S. presidential election while Elizabeth Palmer reports on the view from Russia. Luke Burbank takes a look at how some places are setting up drive-thru haunted houses for Halloween, and John Dickerson discusses what to consider when casting your ballot.
CBS Sunday Morning, October 18, 2020
David Pogue looks at how extreme weather events are bringing the issue of climate change home to more and more Americans. Erin Moriarty examines the key voting bloc of suburban women in battleground states. Nick Whitaker talks with Black Lives Matter co-founder Alicia Garza. Ben Mankiewicz checks in with actor Elliott Gould. John Dickerson discusses the perils of polls, and Tracy Smith discovers longtime Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth’s new passion: Japanese ink painting.