Exploring grief; actors Matt Damon and Christian Bale ("Ford v Ferrari"); Norah O'Donnell interviews former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley (book, "With All Due Respect: Defending America with Grit and Grace"); ...
A profile of Julianna Margulies; an interview with former Federal Reserve Board chairman Ben Bernanke; a report on the generation known as "Millennials'; a preview of new museum exhibits; a look at the new TV season.
An interview with billionaire Charles G. Koch; an interview with Dr. Phil McGraw; author Bob Woodward discusses new disclosures linked to the Nixon White House; a preview of fall movies; a report on the invasion of lionfish to U.S. waters.
Chip Reid discusses dangers facing the country's electrical grid; Gloria Estefan talks about her life and the musical, "Get on Your Feet". Also: a watchmaking school started by Swiss brand Patek Philippe; a man who's walked every New York City street.
A profile of actress Jennifer Connelly ; a visit on the campaign trail with Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.); an interview with aerial photographer Vincent Laforet. Also: a report on a program that uses boxing to battle Parkinson's disease.
A food-themed episode includes: "Clifton's Cafeteria" in Los Angeles; chef Marcus Samuelsson; Cloris Leachman; homes built around farms; the circuitous path bananas travel; art made with coffee and tea; the science behind why people like certain foods; salt and pepper shaker collectors.
An interview with actress Brie Larson (Room (2015) and Trainwreck (2015)); a report on the 1990 theft of masterpieces from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston; a celebration of Frank Sinatra's 100th birthday; a look at an exhibit of violins, once owned by Holocaust victims.
A weather pattern responsible for unusually warm temperatures; an interview with Maggie Smith; the history of the Bloody Mary cocktail; an interview with Gil Batle, an artist who's an ex-con. Also: people who passed away in 2015; positive news from 2015.
A report on sperm donors and the children they father; a profile of singer Rhiannon Giddens; a look at the past and future of the Goodyear Blimp; an interview with producer Norman Lear; a visit to an exhibit on the life of author Ernest Hemingway.
A profile of Joy Mangano, the creator of the Miracle Mop and subject of the movie, Joy (2015); an interview with comic book legend Stan Lee; and interview with actress Leslie Caron; a visit with the Benedictine Monks of Norcia, who recorded a surprise hit album; genetically modified organisms.
Actress Saoirse Ronan (Brooklyn (2015)); Elton John; Academy Award historian Robert Osborne. Also: the creation of the IMDb web-site; the history of movie trailers; the accuracy of movies based on a true story; the issue of diversity in Hollywood; a list of Oscar picks.
The history of guns in America; an interview with the NRA about arming citizens; marketing guns to women; a Chicago program trying to reduce gun violence; Marine firepower; gun culture in Cody, Wyoming; bulletproofing technology.
A profile of singer Gwen Stefani; interviews with Steve Martin and Edie Brickell; a report on why some people have better luck than others; a visit to a museum exhibiting the works of artist Norman Lewis; a tour of the CBS Broadcast Center.
An interview with pastor Joel Osteen; a report on the history and appeal of the Easter bunny; an interview with an artist, who uses jelly beans to recreated masterpieces; a look inside the General Mills archive.
"The Money Issue". Included: Hugh Jackman's coffee business; young entrepreneurs; craft beer sales; Iceland's response to its 2008 financial crisis; recurring characters in TV ads; Australian miners searching for opals.
Actress Kathy Bates discusses her career and her battle with lymphoma. Also: singer Bonnie Raitt; actor Eric Bana; author Faith Salie (book, "Approval Junkie"); the world cup of Quidditch; Florida's Biscayne National Park; the kingdom of Bhutan.
Singer Marc Anthony; Medal of Honor recipient Clinton Romesha; Rev. Rob Schenck. Also: a report on senior citizens who use marijuana in states where it's legal; a visit to Northwest Angle, Minnesota, which can only be reached by going through Canada; an interview with a man who has walked nearly every street in New York's five boroughs.
Political commentator Rachel Maddow; comedian Fred Newman; the National Geographic Bee; tree climbing goats that help create argan oil. Also: a young man's journey toward recovery, after being in a coma.
Actor Sean Hayes; the Grateful Dead and John Mayer; the deadly shark attacks that inspired Jaws (1975); the musical "Hamilton"; the many ways Broadway actors learn their lines; the Great Sand Dunes National Park.
Garrison Keillor; comedian Tig Notaro; artist Duke Riley; a report on the high cost of prescription drugs; a look at the trend of museums featuring fashion as art; a visit to the set of Outlander (2014) in Scotland, which includes interviews with the cast and author of the popular book series on which the show is based.
Elton John; Bill Nye "The Science Guy"; photographer Arthur Grace, who spent 33 years documenting the life of Robin Williams. Also: a look at older athletes, who perform at high levels into their 80s and 90s; a report on city dwellers moving to suburban neighborhoods, that feature farms as a centerpiece.
Ted Koppel interviews Donald Trump. Also: a profile of actress Kristen Bell; a visit to Philadelphia, home of the Democratic National Convention; a look at the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program; a report on men married to women, who hold top elected positions in government.
Guns and America is the focus. Included: the history of guns in the U.S.; investigations conducted by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives; and a discussion with the NRA, regarding whether Americans would be safer if they were armed.
Actor Hugh Grant (Florence Foster Jenkins (2016)); composer Andrew Lloyd Webber; photographer Edward Mapplethorpe, brother of controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe. Also: a visit to Death Valley; a look at older athletes who continue to perform at high levels into their 80s and 90s; a report on archery, Blutan's national sport; a report on the 50th anniversary of the first mass shooting at a school in the U.S., which unfolded at the University of Texas.
Barbra Streisand; Meg Ryan; a look at how one man is using art to help children suffering from rare diseases; a report on what Santas do in the summer; a visit with special needs students, whose lives have been transformed by making music using iPads.