CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood

CBS Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood

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

  • Sunday, September 18th
  • 9-18-2016

    Hoping to get lucky; Remembering playwright Edward Albee; The New Season: Museums; Scott Bakula: A private star opens up, kind of; The Beatles on tour in "Eight Days a Week" Fall movies; The oldest white oak tree in North America is on its last limbs; Bruce Springsten: "I'm still in love with playing" The dogs of Denali National Park; The makeup artist who has seen it all
  • Sunday, September 11th
  • 9-11-2016

    A dream come true; Almanac: Henry Hudson; Italian beauties on four wheels; Demi Lovato: Fighting back; Man and goose build unusual friendship; 9/11: Sorrow and healing coexist at ground zero; What do Trump supporters see in their candidate; and more
  • Sunday, September 4th
  • 9-4-2016

    Up in the air; Almanac: The Ford Edsel; Parks that inspire art; Joey and Rory; Antoine's: A French Quarter tradition; some not-so-grand flags; Washing machine collectors awash with enthusiasm on laundry; Jerry Lewis returns; Star Trek continues to live long and prosper
  • Sunday, August 28th
  • 8-28-2016

    Putting a face on rare, incurable diseases; Almanac: Roger Troy Peterson; An exhibition celebrates unfinished art; Meg Ryan: An accidental movie star returns; Are cord-cutters satisfied? Christmas in August? WWII vet runs 3,000 miles across the U.S.; Barbra Streisand: "I don't like stardom' and more
  • Sunday, August 21st
  • 8-21-2016

    Moving to Canada: A voter's last resort? Almanac: Please Mr. Postman; Meb Keflezighi: The long run; John McLaughlin and Fyvush Finkel; Jon Batiste: Making a joyful noise; Camping to mourn; Paul Mecurio and the decline of American lies; On the trail: The singular Joshua Tree; "Hell or High Water": A new classic Western; and more
  • Sunday, August 14th
  • By Design

    A rebroadcast of our annual "Design Show," devoted to the people, places and things that change our lives by design. Hosted by Charles Osgood, and brought to you from the scenic environs of Newport, Rhode Island. (This program was originally aired on May 22, 2016.)

    Dressing down: The rise of athleisure; The Breakers and Marble House; The couple behind "Fixer Upper;" The Umbrella: The House of Dior; Living the high life; Designer plants; The Chinese food take-out carton; Jack Nicklaus stays the course; British designer Thomas Heatherwick's brand of porvocation; Q-Tips; The evolving challenge of America's Cup
  • Sunday, August 7th
  • 8-7-2016

    Senior athletes: Going the distance; Almanac: The Purple Heart; The other Mapplethorpe; Andrew Lloyd Webber's golden touch; Revisting the UT Tower shooting; Indiana girl turns "runt" into championship horse; Hugh Grant: I'm like "Barbara Streisand in trousers" Bhutan's archers aim high for Olympic glory
  • Sunday, July 31st
  • Guns and America

    How guns became a part of the American cutlure; Can "good guys with guns" stop gun violence? Parsing the Second Amendment; Girls with guns; Stopping bullets dead; Urban Warriors: Stemming the tide of street violence; The other victim of accidental shooting; Guns: A family affair; ATF under the gun; How Australia dealth with mass shootings
  • Sunday, July 24th
  • 7-24-2016

    The role of first gentleman; Almanac: Gibraltar; Philadelphians say: Love it or leave it; and more
  • Sunday, July 17th
  • 7-17-2016

    France's days of mourning for Nice victims; Cleveland is back; Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak; Celebrating the Cleveland Play House; Meryl Streep on playing the world's worst singer; How parrots help veterans with PTSD; The band Chicago; The Virgin Island that remained virgin; Tim Duncan's remarkable retirement.
  • Sunday, July 10th
  • 7-10-2016

    Black, white, and blue; Nikola Tesla; A new museum sings the blues; Robin Williams: An intimate portrait; Dispensing with words; Elton John celebrates his wonderful life with song; Bill Nye the Science Guy; and more.
  • Sunday, July 3rd
  • 7-3-2016

    Bill O'Reilly: How Donald Trump is like JFK; A Fourth of July history lesson; Harley-Davidsons hit the road in China; Trailblazers of our National Parks; Elie Wiesel; An unlikely urban planner; The continuing weirdness of Weird Al Yankovic; Introducing country star Maren Morris; Holiday movies: What's good at the multiplex?
  • Sunday, June 26th
  • 6-26-2016

    Brexit: England votes to leave European Union, The cost of miracles; Almanac: Teflon; Fashion as art; Tig Notaro, the luckiest unlucky person; Remembering bluegrass legend Ralph Stanley; Duke Riley's "Fly By Night"; Garrison Keillor signs off; Opinion: Jim Gaffigan; "Outlander": A love story beyond time
  • Sunday, June 19th
  • 6-19-2016

    Searching for our roots; The first automatic door; How abstract art brought a father and daughter closer; Richard Gere shines a light on forgotten; Socks appeal; Orlando: A time for funerals; and more
  • Sunday, June 12th
  • 6-12-2016

    Remembering the Titanic of shark attacks; Great Sand Dunes National Park; Almanac: Loving v. Virginia; "Hamilton": A revolutionary musical; Muhammad Ali remembered by those who knew him least; The Greatful Dead
  • Sunday, June 5th
  • 6-5-2016

    The life of "The Greatest;" The poetry of Muhammad Ali; The history of Carnegie Hall; Setting an epic world record; The courage of Muhammad Ali; The story behind "Free State of Jones;" James Patterson's reading revolution
  • Sunday, May 29th
  • 5-29-2016

    Trying to put the brakes on raod rage; On the trail: The big crush; Almanac: The sinking of the Empress Ireland; A tribute to lifeguards; The flags of our fathers; How a tagged-and-bagged soldier was saved from the dead; Hey, hey, The Monkees are back!, Mitch McConnell on Trump and divisiveness in politics
  • Sunday, May 22nd
  • By Design

    Dressing down: The rise of athleisure; The Breakers and Marble House; The couple behind "Fixer Upper;" The Umbrella: The House of Dior; Living the high life; Designer plants; The Chinese food take-out carton; Jack Nicklaus stays the course; British designer Thomas Heatherwick's brand of porvocation; Q-Tips; The evolving challenge of America's Cup
  • Sunday, May 15th
  • 5-15-2016

    The latest frontier in America's civil rights battle: Restrooms; Almanac: Listerine; Why are there goats in the trees?; Mouthing off: radio sound FX man Fred Newman; Just keep going; Rachel Maddow, storyteller; and more.
  • Sunday, May 8th
  • 5-8-2016

    For first-time moms, 40 is the new 30; The Gary Hart scandal; The trip back home to "Bettyville;" Keith Urban in the moment; Saving the giant pandas; For Allison Jenney, laughter is key; Petrified Forest National Park; and more
  • Sunday, May 1st
  • 5-1-2016

    Seniors and marijuana; Almanac: The Empire State Building; Minnesota's Northwest Angle, an American gegraphic oddity; Christ or Glock?; Honoring American Bison; A view from the streets of New York City (all of them); Marc Anthony talks to Tracy Smith about his one regret
  • Sunday, April 24th
  • 4-24-2016

    When disaster relief brings anything but relief; Almanac: Hubble Space Telescope; Prince: An appreciation: Larry Wilmore: Relishing the role of underdog: Savion Glover and George C. Wolfe revive "Shuffle Along;" convention of carnival delights; Nike fiercely competitive Phil Knight; The trugh about the Tooth Fairy; The blessing and curse at Shakespeare's grave
  • Sunday, April 17th
  • 4-17-2016

    Bhutan's secret of happiness; Almanac: Daffy Duck; Quiddich, the sport of wizards; Bonnie Raitt: No slowing down; Eric Bana: A driven actor; Kathy Bates on her bravest role yet; Biscayne National Park
  • Sunday, April 10th
  • The Money Issue

    Iceland: Not too big to jail; On the hunt with high-tech hunters; Taking the dog biscuit taste test; Samuel Adams' Jim Koch continues to brew success; Skipping school to become tech giants; TV commercial spokespeople tell all; Opting out of that very, very fine print; Living underground in the Australian Outback; Hugh Jackman: Changing lives, one cup of coffee at a time; Inflation and the Tooth Fairy; Human mannequins; The life of a fittingn model; Mellody Hobson: To save money, skip the plastic
  • Sunday, April 3rd
  • 4-3-2016

    Megyn Kelly and the questioin that changed her life forever; Almanac: The Unabomber; Boomer grandparents play mom and dad partime; Big Bend National Park; Passage: Patty Duke: Chris Stapleton: A blazing star: Mother and son: Gloria Vanderbilt and Anderson Cooper; Corita Kent: An overshadowed pop art icon
  • Sunday, March 27th
  • 3-27-2016

    The real story of the Easter Bunny; Almanac: Rolls-Royce; Eye Candy: The art of the jelly beans; The powerful women behind Wrestlemania; Additions to National Recording Registry; 150th anniversary of General Mills; The positivity of Joel Osteen; critic David Edelstein
  • Sunday, March 20th
  • 3-20-2016

    Gawker and testing the limits of free speech; Almanac: The Scarsdale Diet Doctor murder trial; Reapppraising the art of Norman Lewis; Steve Martin and Edie Brickell: Behind the scenes of "Bright Star;" International Day of Happiness; On the Trail: Everglades National Park; Gwen Stefani: Writing from the heart
  • Sunday, March 13th
  • Guns and America

    How guns became a part of American culture; Can "good guys with guns" stop gun violence?; Parsing the Second Amendment; Girls with guns; Stopping bullets dead; Urban Warriors: Stemming the tide of street violence; The M4: The Marines' new weapon of choice; The other victim of an accidental shooting: Guns: A family affair; How Australia dealt with mass shootings; After a shooting, turning grief into action; A gun violence survivor's mission
  • Sunday, March 6th
  • 3-6-2016

    Anticipating the next mega-quake; The Weather Underground blast; Jackson Pollock's black period; Meghan Trainor: More than just the bass; Salt & Pepper shaker collectors add spice to life; Three outsized talents; Conor Knighton in Hot Springs National Park; Holly Hunter: Portraying loves less ordinary
  • Sunday, February 28th
  • The Oscar Issue

    When movies are based on a true story; Leap Year Day; The man behind IMDB; Oscar swag; Saoirse Ronan; The art of movie trailers; Duck; Travis Smiley: Hollywood is getting it wrong; Robert Osborne; David Edelstein's Oscar picks
  • Sunday, February 21st
  • 2-21-2016

    Arguing the right to die; The burglar alarm; B.J. Novak on the comical voices in his head; A rememberece of Harper Lee; Japan's snow monkeys. Jennifer Jason Leigh looks ahead; Mammoth Cave National Park
  • Sunday, February 14th
  • 2-14-2016

    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies; The polar bear capital of the world; Chris Isaak sings his heart out; Paul Reiser on "irratating" Valentine's Day; Love Letters; Diane Warren and Lady Gaga; Better Than Sex: a dessert restaurant; Valentine's Day movies
  • Sunday, February 7th
  • 2-7-2016

    What drives die-hard sports fans? Almanac: The inventor of the Taser; The making of Super Bowl commercials; "Spotlight" director Tom McCarthy's investigative reporting; Maine's Acadia National Park; Jeff Daniels
  • Sunday, January 31st
  • 1-31-2016

    The downsides of cheap oil; Almanac: January 31, 1961; Barbie gets a makeover; The truth behind fake political ads; Samantha Bee joins the late-night boys' club; Buddy Cianci and Abe Vigoda; Why Bob Odenkirk answered the call; Groundhog Day; Coldplay in the adventure of a lifetime; Faith Salie: On a first-name basis; Iowa caucuses
  • Sunday, January 24th
  • 1-24-2016

    Massive blizzard buries the East Coast; Tackling the sujbect of football's violence; Almanac: January 24, 1984; Remembering the Women of Pan Am; The resurgent Charlotte Rampling; Recipe for a perfect love story; Obama loooks back upon his presidency, and beyond; The tragedy of avant grade artist Ernst Kirchner; Scott Simon: Do away with "natural born citizen" clause
  • Sunday, January 17th
  • 1-17-2016

    Iran completes prisoner swap with U.S.; Almanac: Mack Sennett; Digging for seeds of truth in GMO debate; Chanting monks become bestselling recording artists; The marvelous life of Stan Lee; Thank heaven for Leslie Caron; Jennifer Lawrence mops up everyone in "Joy;" Farewell to David Bowie
  • Sunday, January 10th
  • 1-10-2016

    One sperm donor's extended family; The 45 RPM record; The life and times of Ernest Hemingway; The roots of Rhiannon Giddens; The next generation of Goodyear blimps; Norman Lear wants to know: Where are the old people on TV? The first week of 2016; Trump and the media
  • Sunday, January 3rd
  • 1-3-2016

    The quiet power of meditation; Chicago launches its first Archietecture Biennial; Kate Winslet; Japan's Cat Island; Redding, PA Christmas tree becomes immortalized; Lily Tomlin; Michael Ian Black's New Year's resolutions; The Lusitania disaster
  • Sunday, December 27th, 2015
  • 12-27-2015

    Wild December weather; 2015 in review; From prison cells to egg shells; Dame Maggie Smith; the birthplace of the Bloody Mary; Hail and farewell to those we lost in 2015
  • Sunday, December 20th, 2015
  • 12-20-2015

    The lost art of small talk; A Christmas Carol; Holiday gift ideas from Techno Claus; Re-imaging Broadway history; Steinway & Sons' musical mastery; Bobby Flay's Herb Roasted Turkey
  • Sunday, December 13th, 2015
  • 12-13-2015

    Amy Cuddy strikes a power pose; Grandma Moses; Kringle: Official State Pastry of Wisconsin; Andrew Lloyd Weber's latest triumph; "The Big Short" author Michael Lewis; secret Santa; Will Smith
  • Sunday, December 6th, 2015
  • 12-6-2015

    San Bernardino shooting; Violins of Hope; The explosion that leveled Halifax; The heist of the centruy; The Colors of the Year; Brie Larson
  • Sunday, November 29th, 2015
  • 11-29-2015

    On the trail of missing persons; Almanac: The Army-Navy game; Squirrel Cook-Off; Inside The New Yorker magazine; Paula Poundstone: Electronics and kids' brains don't mix; Carey Mulligan on acting and her other life; The Piano Guys strike a chord; Photos of Daniel Jones; Movie reviews: "Creed," "Room," and "The Big Short."
  • Sunday, November 22nd, 2015
  • The Food Issue

    Moving next to the farm; Clifton's Cafeteria in Downtown L.A.; Marcus Samuelson; Japan's fake food; Cuban sandwich; Cloris Leachman in the kitchen; the banana; Dives and neighborhood bars
  • Sunday, November 15th, 2015
  • 11-15-2015

    Deadly attacks across Paris; Almanac: Georgia O'Keeffe; the king of Sunday funnies turns 100; Sarah Palin: I get a kick out of Bernie Sanders; Sylvester Stallone
  • Sunday, November 8th, 2015
  • 11-8-2015

    Fighting back against Parkinson's - in the ring; Almanac: The Rorschach test; Study: weight loss; Jennifer Connelly on "Shelter;" Bernie Sanders
  • Wednesday, November 4th, 2015
  • 11-1-15

    In the dark over power grid security; Almanac: The Parker pen; Kehinde Wiley's echoes of masterworks; A critical time for watchmakers; Bill Maher: Not sorry to be unapologetic; Passage: Tillman the skateboarding bulldog: Gloria Estefan
  • Sunday, October 25th, 2015
  • 10-25-2015

    The girl in the picture; Almanac: TWA; John Singer Sargent's portraits of artists and friends; The underlying legend of Jack the Ripper; Faith Salie on Donald Trump: "The Ugly American."
  • Sunday, October 18th, 2015
  • 10-18-2015

    The drone invasion now underway; Almanac: The transistor radio; Erica Jong is back conquering fears; The Dogist photographs Man's Best Friend; A visit to prison rodeo; Playing hockey at age 94; Passage: Playboy denuded; The New Season: Movies.
  • Sunday, October 11th, 2015
  • 10-11-2015

    Behind the North Korean curtain; Last of the President's men; Almanac: Eleanor Roosevelt; Lionfish: From malicious to delicious; Charles Koch: I'm fighting against special interests; Passage: Chef Paul Prudhomme; Dr. Phil tells it to you straight
  • Sunday, September 27th, 2015
  • 9-27-2015

    Millennials: New kids on the block; Almanac: Nikita Khrushchev; Fall museum exhibits around the U.S.; The restoration of St. Patrick's Cathedral; Julianna Margulies on playing "The Good Wife;" "Happy Birthday" no longer comes at a cost; Q&A : Ben Bernanke.
  • Sunday, September 20th, 2015
  • 9-20-2015

    The Francis Effect; Refugee Crisis; The Washing Machine Collectors Club; 10-Year-Old Boy Wants Police Thank You Party For His Birthday; Documentary Director Alex Gibney
  • Sunday, September 13th, 2015
  • 9-13-2015

    Going for broke: When athletes lose it all; Almanac: Candymaker Milton Hershey; Q&A: Justice Stephen Breyer; Farewell to "Sabado Gigante"
  • Sunday, September 6th, 2015
  • 9-6-2015

    Still believing in the American Dream; Artist Jose Parla reaches new heights; Passage: Witness to the 1906 San Francisco quake; Home movies; A last look at summer
  • Sunday, August 30th, 2015
  • 8-30-2015

    New Orleans after Katrina; Almanac: The vacuum cleaner; Wooden motorboats; dogs; Don't blame China for stock market woes; The heart and soul of chef John Besh's cooking; Sharp talk from Dick and Liz Cheney
  • Sunday, August 23rd, 2015
  • 8-23-2015

    A tale of two cities; Shaker furniture: Simplicity is all; Trying to build a better mouse trap; Pillars of commerce; Designs for better living; washing windows on skyscrapers; A tea kettle design that's spot-on; Band-Aids
  • Sunday, August 16th, 2015
  • 8-16-2015

    The Water Lady: A savior among the Navajo; Almanac: The Harmonic Convergence; Colorado through John Fielder's lens; The art of our money; Steve Hartman's addiction to weeding.
  • Sunday, August 9th, 2015
  • Jon Stewart, Jason Isbell, The Fair Food Program

    This week Mo Rocca talks to the departing Jon Stewart. Anthony Mason interviews singer-songwriter Jason Isbell. This week Mo Rocca talks to the departing Jon Stewart. Anthony Mason interviews singer-songwriter Jason Isbell. Mark Strassmann reports on the Fair Food Program’s work to help and protect migrant farm workers. Tracy Smith visits Georgia’s “Old Car City USA”, which has been described as the largest old-car junkyard in the known world and where art, nature and history join together. Serena Altschul profiles a man who collects pizza boxes as art. Chip Reid spends a day at “Funland”, a family run amusement park in Rehoboth Beach, DE.
  • Sunday, August 2nd, 2015
  • 8-2-2015

    summer camps for adults only; still life; Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman; dentist vs. lion; stars at night; Cuban cigars; Carl Reiner; the convertible
  • Sunday, July 26th, 2015
  • 7-26-2015

    couples who met young, split up, and then found each other again later in life; sex researchers Dr. Bill Masters and Virginia Johnson; kissing school; jewelry of Cartier; columnist Dan Savage; science of broken hearts; finding love in China; marriage proposals; mattresses; photographer Inku

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