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CBS SUNDAY MORNING is the top-rated Sunday morning news program in all the key demos, and features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science, Americana and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements

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    • 4.3 • 588 Ratings

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is the top-rated Sunday morning news program in all the key demos, and features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science, Americana and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements

    CBS Sunday Morning, February 28, 2021

    CBS Sunday Morning, February 28, 2021

    Serena Altschul talks with experts about the dangers of avalanches. Lee Cowan looks at the enduring popularity of the late TV painting instructor Bob Ross. Mo Rocca interviews actor LeVar Burton. Nancy Giles harmonizes with Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr., founding members of The 5th Dimension. Tracy Smith talks with actress Ellen Pompeo about the future of "Grey’s Anatomy" And Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" investigates allegations of sexual harassment by former female employees of McDonald’s and its franchisees.

    • 47 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, February 21, 2021

    CBS Sunday Morning, February 21, 2021

    On this week's "CBS Sunday Morning," Ted Koppel sits down with community leaders and healthcare workers to explore the roots of COVID-19 vaccine skepticism. Seth Doane speaks to Paolo Fazioli. Chip Reid reports on the Columbian Harmony Cemetery in Washington, D.C. Nancy Giles interviews Academy Award-winning actress Ellen Burstyn. Nicholas Thompson of The Atlantic Magazine tells the tale of the man who went by the name "Mostly Harmless;" Lee Cowan sits down with Cindy McCain. And Steve Hartman tells the story of a Pizza Hut deliveryman who got a big tip.

    • 50 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, February 14, 2021

    CBS Sunday Morning, February 14, 2021

     In our cover story, Jim Axelrod interviews New York Times columnist Suleika Jaouad, who followed her nearly-four-year treatment for leukemia with a 15,000-mile road trip in search of healing. Mark Phillips sits down with actress Kate Winslet . Rita Braver profiles Sarah McBride, the country's highest-ranking elected official who is transgender;. Major Garrett outlines this week's historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. Mo Rocca visits the final resting places of former presidents, and Dr. Jon LaPook has a story of maintaining childhood wonder in the age of COVID.

    • 43 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, January 31, 2021

    CBS Sunday Morning, January 31, 2021

    In our cover story, Susan Spencer meets a pioneer in the study of stroke recovery. David Pogue explains the GameStop stock battle pitting Wall Street hedge funds against day traders. Mo Rocca talks with Mark Harris, author of a new biography of director Mike Nichols. Holly Williams profiles actor and Negroni-mixer Stanley Tucci. and Martha Teichner tells the story behind her new book, "When Harry Met Minnie," a true tale of puppy love and friendship. Mo Rocca guest hosts this week's "CBS Sunday Morning."

    • 41 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, January 24, 2021

    CBS Sunday Morning, January 24, 2021

    David Pogue examines how extreme weather events are creating "climate refugees." Ted Koppel talks with Dr. Anthony Fauci about government efforts against the coronavirus. Kelefa Sanneh looks at businesses deciding whether to allow employees to continue working from home. Mark Whitaker interviews Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, and CBS News Correspondent Ben Tracey, who reported on Trump throughout his four year term, looks back on the presidency of Donald Trump.

    • 43 min
    CBS Sunday Morning, January 17, 2021

    CBS Sunday Morning, January 17, 2021

    Jane Pauley sits down for a two-part interview with Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris and her husband, Douglas Emhoff. John Dickerson looks at the challenges facing Joe Biden as he is sworn in as the 46th President. David Martin examines the security measures being taken for the inauguration. Jim Axelrod meets comedian Sarah Cooper, who found overnight success with her lip-sync videos of President Trump. Lee Cowan examines free speech on social media. Rita Braver reviews the second impeachment of Donald Trump, and Mo Rocca delves into the little-known story of Charles Curtis, the first Native American vice president.

    • 53 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
588 Ratings

588 Ratings

lesspoliticsplease ,

Less Politics

Too many segments on politics. We could get those in hundreds of other shows. Used to be a great quaint show.

ginalikespink ,

Too many political and Covid segments

I’ve watched Sunday Morning for many years, would dream of missing a single episode! I loved the stories and even was inspired by many of them which led to life changing events in my own life (i.e. seeing the Marvelous Marilyn Maye in concert in NYC!) Now it’s all politics and Covid related. I can get that on any network news show. Please bring back the Sunday Morning stories that made me not want to miss a single minute of any show.

khryse2 ,

Used to be an A+ show, now C-

I’ve been watching the show since Charles Kuralt was the host. Then, Charles Osgood took over and I ℓσνє∂ him. He was one of the main reasons I watched. He brought so many amusing, intriguing and fascinating stories to the show. The stories from him were the kind that would take you behind the scenes of a persons’ job or hobby. Plus, he always included where the passion, to do what they did, came from. Mr. Osgood always had such a lighthearted demeanor to him. For me, I just relaxed and enjoyed the show. Also, I have to say how much I miss his piano playing and singing. Those were my favorite parts of the show.
When he left, I didn’t think I would be able to watch it anymore.
But, I’ve been trying and I really don’t like it as well as I used to.
Replacing Charles with Jane Pauley was a shocker! She brings nothing to the show. I don’t think she even likes doing the show. You can’t tell me that there wasn’t someone, within the entire CBS family, that could have filled Charles’ shoes better. The position needs someone with personality, humor and someone to breathe life back into the show. I’m not sexist but I do think a man is better for the position.
As I scroll through your list of correspondents there are some names that pop out which, in my opinion, would be much more interesting to watch. They are: David Pogue, Mo Rocca, Steve Hartman (allow him to show case his good news stories every Sunday), and Nancy Giles. All of these people have attributes that would bring the show back to the caliber it once was.
Also, I must mention that the show now focuses on more negative and political type stories. If I recall correctly, back in the Charles Osgood days, the focus was on the positive side of humans. Sometimes, I feel like I’m watching a medical show.
I like stories about humans who do captivating things, like unique ways people have adapted to living a green life or the families living completely on solar power.
In closing, the show needs a few tweaks. Don’t get me wrong, I like Jane Pauley. I just don’t think she’s the right person to host the Sunday Morning Show. She just doesn’t have the personality for it.
You need someone who can play the piano, tell a few riveting facts about something and has a lighthearted contribution to the show and who also connects with the viewers.
Thank you for your time. Have a fantastic day! \(*_*)/

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