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The sparkling notes of a trumpet fanfare and the familiar logo of the sun alert viewers that it's time for CBS's Sunday morning staple. Journalist Jane Pauley helms the show, taking over hosting duties from Charles Osgood, who spent 22 years on the job. A morning talk show, this program airs at a different pace and focuses much of its attention on the performing arts. After a quick update of the day's news and national weather, correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

Latest episodes

aired 3 days ago
Controversy over "dollar stores"; Shangri La Museum of Islamic Art; singer Billie Eilish; musician Eugenia Zukerman; filmmaker Mel Brooks; former professional football player Rob Gronkowski.
aired 10 days ago
A woman inherits 262 cemetery plots and uses the gift to help others; Alec Cabacungan discusses the Shriners Hospitals for Children; Alanis Morissette; a family that works as models for catalogs; actors Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Hopkins; GPS.
aired 17 days ago
How diets may impact well-being; musician Jon Bon Jovi; Frieda Caplan, who has introduced the country to more than 200 fruits and vegetables; breadfruit; actor Danny Trejo; food halls; chef Jacques Pepin; a unique truck stop in Wyoming; mukbang.
aired 24 days ago
Art restoration; birdwatching with ornithologist David Sibley; women's boxing; author John le Carré; journalist Tom Brokaw; presidential impeachment; golfer Renee Powell.
aired 31 days ago
Exploring grief; actors Matt Damon and Christian Bale; former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley; artist Mary Whyte; the upcoming season of "The Crown"; the story behind the new "Joy of Cooking"; actor Michael Conner Humphreys.
aired 38 days ago
World champion archer Matt Stutzman; musician Jeff Lynne; students of an Ohio college accuse a local bakery of racism; author Mitch Albom; the Meow Wolf art exhibit in New Mexico; a conference for obituary writers.
aired 45 days ago
Tyrannosaurus rex; the science behind scary music; stone gargoyles; the Mars-Wrigley candy factory; musician Prince's home; a look at history for lessons about current affairs; a town in Japan fights to stay alive despite its aging population.
aired 52 days ago
The presidency of Herbert Hoover and the Wall Street crash of 1929; actors Robert De Niro and Al Pacino, and director Martin Scorsese; civil rights pioneer Harriet Tubman; the life of Janis Joplin; escape rooms; artist Helen Frankenthaler.
aired 59 days ago
Transgender kids; Chicago White Sox announcer; singer Elton John; actress Mariska Hargitay; a tiny, forested park in the middle of a crowded highway; Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang; Jim Gaffigan shares thoughts on in-laws.
aired 66 days ago
Author Pete Hamill; singer Lizzo; singer Mitzi Gaynor; businesses and corporations taking a stand on selling guns; Museum of Modern Art; a spiraling walkway above the treetops in Denmark.
aired 73 days ago
The boom in electric 2-wheel scooters; singer Olivia Newton-John; authors Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton; Lonnie Bunch, secretary of the Smithsonian Institution; comic Jim Gaffigan; glass artist Marlene Rose.
aired 80 days ago
Behind the scenes of "God Unfriended Me"; actress Renee Zellweger; the "Downton Abbey" castle; Patagonia National Park in Chile; composer John Williams; singer-songwriter Mark Knopfler.
aired 87 days ago
Challenges facing teachers; Leroy Graves, master upholsterer at Colonial Williamsburg; Backstreet Boys; the history and impact of New York magazine; actress Angie Dickinson; film producer Irwin Winkler; Jim Gaffigan on back to school.
aired 94 days ago
Author Margaret Atwood; professional football player Russell Wilson; singers Donny and Marie Osmond; journalists Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey; ongoing protests in Hong Kong.
aired 101 days ago
Apparel entrepreneur Bayard Winthrop; Association of Flight Attendants President Sara Nelson; former Defense Secretary James Mattis; singer Dolly Parton; comic Jim Gaffigan.
aired 108 days ago
The prevalence of reading disorder dyslexia; singer Taylor Swift; photographer Barbara Van Cleve; author Eddie Huang; Argentina's large Italian population; largely unknown tennis players who are not in the spotlight but still chasing a dream.
aired 115 days ago
Americans becoming Italian citizens and moving there; Santa Maria Novella Pharmacy; Uffizi Gallery; artist Clet; popular foods from Italy; musician Sting and his wife, Trudie Styler; the true tale of Pinocchio; author Frances Mayes.
aired 122 days ago
An investigation into a college campus sexual assault; the famous Alvin Ailey Dance Company; the artistry being performed on fingernails; the world of mermaids; actress Julianne Moore; actor Common.
aired 129 days ago
Innovations in hearing aids; New Mexico immersive art exhibit Meow Wolf; actress Angela Bassett; the impact of Woodstock; the creation of the Peanuts characters; tie-dye; Bill Flanagan's thoughts on 50 years since the Woodstock music festival.
aired 136 days ago
Quitting work; TV personality Kris Jenner; CBD oil products; vacation cruises; how Sweden is moving toward a cashless economy; the pizza business; the inventor of the karaoke machine; the lost art of safe cracking; what happens to returned products.
aired 143 days ago
A look back at the life and legacy of "60 Minutes" correspondent Mike Wallace; comic Hannah Gadsby; the Endangered Species Act; Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX; rock band ZZ Top; personal pronouns; the popularity of sparkling water and seltzer.

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