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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"); ...
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25 Mar. 2018
Episode #4.27
March for Our Lives coverage; actor Sean Penn; radio host Don Imus; the work of artist Takashi Murakami; former President Jimmy Carter; the final days of the last male Northern White Rhino; kite flying; comic Jim Gaffigan;
 
7 Jan. 2018
Episode #40.16
Legalizing marijuana; the paintings of Johannes Vermeer; the history of the iconic Barbour coat; director Greta Gerwig (Lady Bird (2017)); actor John Lithgow (The Crown (2016) and Pitch Perfect 3 (2017)); chef Vivian Howard;
 
14 Jan. 2018
Episode #40.17
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).
 
21 Jan. 2018
War of Words/We Kid You Not/On Display: Beyond the Walls/In the Bag/Lunch Date
The rise of political correctness on college campuses; a controversial exhibit of art created by prisoners; naturalist Sir David Attenborough; goat yoga; actor Jordan Peele (Big Mouth (2017) and Abruptio); actress Jane Birkin (Poet of Sound and Image);
 
28 Jan. 2018
Living Image/Ed Sheeran/Pop Stars/1968/Legends/Meet Marilyn Maye
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.
 
4 Feb. 2018
Be Prepared/The Envelope Please/A Matter of Interest/Woof!/Rex Reed
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.
 
11 Feb. 2018
Good Work/Sweet Success/Stand-Up Guy/Working It Out/The Envelope Please/For the Record: The O'Jays/Lincoln Slept Here
On February 11, 2005, physicist and engineer Samuel Alderson, who developed the very first anthropomorphic test device for auto safety testing, died at age 90. Jane Pauley reports.
 
18 Feb. 2018
Cheating Hearts/On Broadway/A Moveable Feast/The Envelope Please: Willem Dafoe
Actor Willem Dafoe (The Florida Project (2017), Murder on the Orient Express (2017) and At Eternity's Gate (2018)); singer/songwriter Jimmy Buffett; actor Edward Asner; artist Amy Sherald, who painted former First Lady Michelle Obama's official portrait. Also: a report on why mates stray; the legacy of President Andrew Johnson; a tour of tapas restaurants in Madrid, Spain (Newsmagazine).
 
25 Feb. 2018
Who's to Blame?/1968/The Envelope Please's Mary J Blige/Recipe for Success
America's growing opioid epidemic; actress Mary J. Blige; restaurant Eleven Madison Park; artist John Derian; The Beatles pioneering album, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band"; comic Jim Gaffigan (Jim Gaffigan: Noble Ape (2018)).
 
4 Mar. 2018
Oscars Edition
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 musical Newman family, who have received more Oscar nominations than any other;
 
11 Mar. 2018
Borrowed Time/Legends: Joan Baez/A Sunday Drive/1968
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.
 
18 Mar. 2018
Mind Matters
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.
 
25 Mar. 2018
Signing Off/Go Fly a Kite/Sean Penn/Last of his Kind
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;
 
1 Apr. 2018
Brain Drain/In Harmony/True Colors/Co-Stars/The Perfect Touch/Testimony
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.
 
8 Apr. 2018
A Better Way?/On Broadway: Tina Fey/Island Hopping/Going Home
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.
 
15 Apr. 2018
Money Issue 2018
This special broadcast of "Sunday Morning," our annual "Money Issue" with guest host Kai Ryssdal of "Marketplace," features Lee Cowan's report on a California city's experiment with providing a basic universal income to residents to battle economic insecurity. Also: John Blackstone talks about charity with actress, producer and activist Salma Hayek Pinault; Tony Dokoupil looks at how the "co-working" industry is changing our ideas of office space; Richard Schlesinger investigates how star pets on Instagram are pulling in big bucks; Michelle Miller looks at how artists...
 
29 Apr. 2018
Puffin Patrol/Just Listen/Janelle Monae/Denzel Washington/Not Rocket Science/All Together Now
Families help rescue puffin chicks in Iceland; painter Grant Wood; singer Janelle Monae; a young woman dedicated to the healing power of listening; actor Denzel Washington ("The Equalizer 2"); barbershop quartet convention;
 
6 May 2018
Taking Flight/Nikki Haley/The Boys Are Back/Kesha/The Lowdown/Under the Influence/Superhero
Authors James and Deb Fallows; singer Kesha; Amb. Nikki Haley, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations; colorful low-rider bicycles in Compton, Calif.; playwright Mart Crowley; internet influencers; Mother's Day commentary.
 
13 May 2018
A Sunday Morning in London
Model Twiggy; actress Rachel Weisz; updating America's view of Great Britain; an exhibit of dresses worn by Princess Diana; the history of the British royal family; the decline of the neighborhood pub; island of St. Helena; Aston Martin; British TV;
 
20 May 2018
Episode #40.35
The royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle; the seven talented Kanneh-Mason children; the royal family tree; model Maye Musk; actress Diana Rigg; the island of St. Helena; writer Mark Salter; the viral audio clip that is heard either as Yanny or Laurel;
 
27 May 2018
Episode #40.36
Celebrities sell their own brands of legal marijuana; comics Steve Martin and Martin Short (Steve Martin and Martin Short: An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life (2018)); "Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood"; James Clapper, former Director of National Intelligence; the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival; the culture of 1968;
 
3 Jun. 2018
Episode #40.37
The life and legacy of Robert F. Kennedy; music legends Judy Collins and Stephen Stills; former President Bill Clinton and author James Patterson (book, "The President Is Missing"); pianos placed in public places around New York City; Roadside America; the art and life of Jean DuBuffet;
 
10 Jun. 2018
Episode #40.38
Musicians on Call, a program that brings popular musicians to hospital bedsides; actor Jim Parsons ("A Kid Like Jake" and "The Big Bang Theory"); actress Lauren Ridloff (Broadway's "Children of a Lesser God"); a look back at the songwriting team of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein ("Rodgers and Hammerstein"); the popularity of soccer in the U.S.
 
17 Jun. 2018
Glass Half Full/Father Knows Best/Paul Rudd/Going it Alone
The whistleblower who exposed the Flint, Michigan water crisis; actor Paul Rudd ("Ant-Man and the Wasp"); country musician Rory Feek; the Venardos Circus; author Seymour Hersh; author Carl Hiassen;
 
24 Jun. 2018
Take Friday Off/Debbie, Carrie and Todd/The Q/Changes/Give Me Your Tired/Sweetie Pie/Roger Rosenblatt
The trend of businesses giving workers "summer Fridays" off; a podcast, "Ear Hustle", tells of life inside prison; actor/author Todd Fisher (book, "My Girls: A Lifetime with Carrie and Debbie") talks about his mother, Debbie Reynolds, and his sister, Carrie Fisher; a David Bowie exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum; a tour of the Tenement Museum;
 
1 Jul. 2018
Rooted In History/On Display: First Americans/These United States/A Taste of Summer/Second Chance/A Summer Song
Scientists' efforts to save old-growth redwood trees; New York gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon; musician John Mellencamp; National Museum of the American Indian; movie critic David Edelstein; the history of ketchup;
 
8 Jul. 2018
Opposites Attract/Michael J. Fox/Standing Witness/Leave 'on Laughing: Louie Anderson
Introverts and extroverts; trees, that stood during the Battle of Gettysburg, still stand 155 years later; comic Louie Anderson; singer Dave Grohl; actor Michael J. Fox; a chef whose farm is within a national park; cramped airline seating;
 
15 Jul. 2018
iGen/Jennifer Garner/Man of the World/The Killers/The Beautiful Game/Dumplings/Sweet and Sour?
Teenagers growing up in the age of social media; actress Jennifer Garner ("Peppermint", "Wonder Park" and "Camping"); rock band The Killers; the World Cup; dumplings from the streets of Shanghai; a retired music teacher whose students come together for a choral reunion;
 
22 Jul. 2018
How Rude!/A Summer Song: Billy Joel/1968
Civility in America; rock band the Go-Go's; singer Billy Joel; lighthouses painted on the streets of Chicago; the founding of Intel; comic Sebastian Maniscalco ("Tag", "Green Book", "Cruise" and "The Irishman");
 
29 Jul. 2018
Episode #40.45
The concept of universal basic income; shared workspaces; Mike Lindell, the creator of MyPillow; the U.S. Treasury's mutilated currency division; people who make money off their pets on social media; actress Salma Hayek; photographers; cemetery real estate;
 
5 Aug. 2018
Piling Up/Gallery: Dox Thrash/Talking Points/A Taste of Summer
The challenges of disposing of plastics; sandboarding in Colorado's Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve; North American Truffle Dog Championship in Oregon; the increased rate of maternal deaths associated with childbirth in the United States;
 
12 Aug. 2018
Episode #40.47
How robotic exoskeletons could help injured people walk again; actor Ice Cube; singer Petula Clark; the world of artist Georg Baselitz; Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC); goat yoga;
 
19 Aug. 2018
Episode #40.48
Actress Glenn Close ("The Wife"); jazz musician Wynton Marsalis; author Walter Isaacson; Jennifer Doudna, who co-discovered the technique for editing genes known as CRISPR; using micro-doses of hallucinogens to treat anxiety and depression;
 
26 Aug. 2018
Senator John McCain/Home on the Range/Art Garfunkel/1968
The death of Sen. John McCain; innovations in hearing aids; the history of the United States told through photographs; the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago; efforts to save the American prairie; singer/songwriter Art Garfunkel; former American Express CEO Ken Chenault;
 
2 Sep. 2018
Good Work/Twiggy/Good Clean Fun!/Four Freedoms
Remembering Sen. John McCain; companies hiring people with autism; a new take on Norman Rockwell's Four Freedoms paintings; singer Leon Bridges; former Secretary of State John Kerry; Ohio's washboard music festival; '60 icon Twiggy; open offices;
 
9 Sep. 2018
Episode #40.51
Journalist Bob Woodward; remembering Burt Reynolds; the trend of unusual names being given to children; a look back at songwriting team Rodgers and Hammerstein; the life and work of artist Alberto Giacometti; a 9/11 memorial in Shanksville, Pa., to those lost on Flight 93;
 
16 Sep. 2018
Episode #40.52
Hurricane Florence update; singer Carrie Underwood; actor Robert Redford; street murals painted at the site of the World Trade Center; Lanai Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii; Bill Geist takes a trip down memory lane;
 
23 Sep. 2018
Behind the Headlines/Power Player/All Dressed Up/Answered Prayers
Families of Sandy Hook shooting victims sue radio talk show host Alex Jones for spreading myths about the shooting; the return of "Murphy Brown"; author Michael Ovitz; a touring exhibit celebrates the life of Leonard Bernstein; TV host RuPaul ("RuPaul's Drag Race");
 
30 Sep. 2018
Turn Up The Volume/Legends: Ted Turner/Pop Art/Remembering Gilda
Innovations in hearing aids; CNN founder Ted Turner; balloon artists; actress Amy Poehler and writer Alan Zweibel; the 1968 protest at the Miss America Pageant;
 
7 Oct. 2018
Episode #40.55
Concerns about e-cigarettes; former Journey front man Steve Perry; actress Kerry Washington; gossip columnist Cindy Adams; architect Charles Renfro;
 
14 Oct. 2018
Episode #40.56
Flat Earth believers; singer Tina Turner; Hillary Clinton, former secretary of state; an art installation of "tiny doors" in Atlanta; author Hampton Sides; Faith Salie offers thoughts on breaking news;
 
28 Oct. 2018
Episode #40.58
The history of the use of blackface; Frankenstein's origins; actor/director Jonah Hill (Mid90s (2018)); horror movies; a look back at one of the United States' financial crunches; a man attempts a solo trek across Antarctica; Scandinavian licorice; a look back at 1968;
 
4 Nov. 2018
Why It Matters/Jeff Goldblum/On Display/Chuck Lorre
Supreme Court Justices Sonia Sotomayor and Neil Gorsuch discuss civics education; actor Jeff Goldblum ("Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom", "Hotel Artemis" and "The Mountain"); Jeff Folger discusses New England foliage; television producer Chuck Lorre; Max Richter; Anthony Salvanto; Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif);
 
11 Nov. 2018
Episode #40.60
Happy Veterans Day; conversion theory; director Ben Stiller (Escape at Dannemora (2018)); how Japanese chefs are turning pizza-making into an art; musician Roger Daltry of The Who; a look at the pivotal year of 1968 and president Richard Nixon; playwright/director/screenwriter Kenneth Lonergan ("The Waverly Gallery");
 
18 Nov. 2018
Eat, Drink & Be Merry #2
Model Chrissy Teigen (cookbook, "Cravings: Hungry for More"); singer/songwriter John Legend; comic Jim Gaffigan; the latest breakfast trends; seltzer; a former Microsoft executive takes pictures of food with the help of robots; hot sauce; a pizza place in San Francisco; pepperoni rolls;
 
25 Nov. 2018
Conspiracy!/Gary Hart/In His Hands/Introducing... Alessia Cara
The popularity of conspiracy theories; former Sen. Gary Hart (D-Colo); sculptor and author Edmund de Waal; pop singer Alessia Cara; singer/songwriter John Prine; the 50th anniversary of the water bed;
 
2 Dec. 2018
Episode #40.63
Former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta's friendship with former Sen. Alan Simpson; cartoonist Garry Trudeau; actor Lin-Manuel Miranda ("Hamilton" and "Mary Poppins Returns"); the Glenstone Museum; a unique remake of "Annie Hall"; comic Jim Gaffigan; illusionist Jason Bishop;
 
9 Dec. 2018
Sharing Its Secrets/Ralph Lauren/Band of Brothers/Tis the Season
The friendship between former Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta and former Sen. Alan Simpson; rapper Cardi B; exhibition of items recovered from the Titanic; war photographers; designer Ralph Lauren; anti-Semitism in America; tech gadgets;
 
16 Dec. 2018
Episode #40.65
The history of department store Sears; fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi; famed newspaper editorial, "Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus"; actress Emily Blunt (Mary Poppins Returns (2018)); singer Michael Buble; the trend of pop-up stores; sustainable materials in Lego's toys;
 
23 Dec. 2018
Episode #40.66
New York City Ballet's special program gives disabled children the gift of dance; the joys of fruitcake; pop singer Shawn Mendes; the 50th anniversary of Apollo 8; the growing family tradition of having tamales around the holidays; TV personalities Drew Scott and Jonathan Scott ("Property Brothers"); the history of "Silent Night"; TV host Charles Osgood joins Jane in song;
 
30 Dec. 2018
Episode #40.67
"Encyclopedia Britannica's "250th anniversary; the story of the classic comedy duo of Stan Lauren and Oliver Hardy; remembering people we lost in 2018; what to expect in the coming year; Jim Gaffigan's thoughts spent looking at screens;
 

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