“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR OCT. 2, 2022





“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR OCT. 2, 2022 9:00-10:30 AM, ET
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York

TOP SECRET – David Martin looks into the history and significance of “top secret” documents.

LOST KITCHEN – Martha Teichner heads to Freedom, Maine, to talk with Erin French, founder of the unique restaurant The Lost Kitchen.

JOHN STAMOS – Tracy Smith catches up with actor John Stamos, who talks about his career, his life, drumming for The Beach Boys and more.

CIA MUSEUM – CBS EVENING NEWS anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell visits the CIA Museum in Langley, Va., which is not open to the public.

MAGGIE HABERMAN – John Dickerson talks with Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist Maggie Haberman about her new book, and decades covering Donald Trump.

STAR WARS – David Pogue reports on the NASA mission to deflect an asteroid.

IN CONVERSATION: CATE BLANCHETT – Seth Doane profiles actor Cate Blanchett, star of the upcoming film “Tár,” in which she plays the first-ever female chief conductor of a major German orchestra.

OPINION – Contributor Hua Hsu, author of the memoir Stay True, shares thoughts about his life.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING has been the #1 Sunday morning news program for 22 consecutive broadcast seasons. It is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.



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“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 25 9:00-10:30 AM, ET
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York

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TV OR NOT TV? – Kelefa Sanneh looks at how and where people are watching shows and movies these days, and the effects that is having on the TV and streaming industries.

FOR THE BIRDS – Martha Teichner visits an exhibit of birdhouses on display at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York.

BEER RUN – David Martin talks with director Peter Farrelly and the cast of the new film “The Greatest Beer Run Ever,” based on a true story that took place during the Vietnam war.

WYNONNA JUDD – Lee Cowan catches up with country music star Wynona Judd to talk about new music and life after the sudden loss of her mother, Naomi.

IN CONVERSATION: GWYNETH PALTROW – Tracy Smith talks with Gwyneth Paltrow about her business, her acting career and turning 50.

SIGOURNEY WEAVER – Jane Pauley sits down with actor Sigourney Weaver to talk about her long career and the four movies she has coming out in the next four months.

MITCH ALBOM – Ted Koppel talks with author Mitch Albom 25 years after the publication of his bestselling book Tuesdays with Morrie.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING has been the #1 Sunday morning news program for 22 consecutive broadcast seasons. It is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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COUNTRY SUPERSTAR WYNONNA JUDD TALKS WITH “CBS SUNDAY MORNING’S” LEE COWAN ABOUT GRIEF, GOING ON TOUR AND MORE IN HER FIRST INTERVIEW SINCE HER MOTHER’S DEATH
Judd Tells Cowan: “I Did Not Know That She Was at the Place She Was at When She Ended It Because She Had Had Episodes Before and Got Better”

Country superstar Wynonna Judd, in her first television interview since her mother Naomi took her own life, talks about grief, going back on tour and more with Lee Cowan in an interview for CBS SUNDAY MORNING, to be broadcast Sunday, Sept. 25 (9:00 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

Wynonna and Naomi Judd, best known as The Judds, were one of the most successful country music duos in history, selling more than 20 million albums. In April, just a day before they were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, Naomi Judd, who battled depression, took her own life.

“I got the call, and I went over, and I saw her and that was that. I said goodbye to her in the hospital, and I closed her eyes, and I kissed her forehead and that was that. And the next thing I know, I’m sitting here on the front porch, on the side porch … you know, and I’m just tryin’ to figure out what’s next,” Judd tells Cowan.

“I did not know that she was at the place she was at when she ended it because she had had episodes before and she got better,” Judd says. “And that’s what I live in, is like, ‘Was there anything I should have looked for or should I have known?’ I didn’t. That’s why it’s such a shock.”

In an interview at her home outside of Nashville, Judd talks with Cowan about her relationships with her mother and sister Ashley, her grief and how she’s honoring her mother by continuing with The Judds tour they had announced just weeks before Naomi died.

“I feel her nudging me. And sometimes, I laugh,” Judd says. “And sometimes, I say, ‘I really miss you. Why aren’t you here so we can argue?’”

CBS SUNDAY MORNING has been the #1 Sunday morning news program for 22 consecutive broadcast seasons. It is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network and is streaming on Paramount+. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12 AND FULL BROADCAST YEAR





CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12 AND FULL BROADCAST YEAR

60 MINUTES

Premiered in the top 10 in all of television – #4 primetime broadcast in viewers and #3 in adults 18+ (tied) – on Sunday, Sept. 18. (Watch 60 MINUTES) (Press Release)

Posted its best viewers and adults 18+ deliveries since Jan. 16, 2022, while in adults 25-54 matched Nov. 14, 2021, for the best since Jan. 10, 2021.

Delivered 10.20 million viewers, up +115,000 from the season premiere a year ago, with 2.912 million of them adults 25-54 (up +2%) year to year.

Was additionally Sunday’s #1 non-sports primetime program in viewers, adults 18+ and adults 25-54.

Amassed 1.66 billion potential social impressions, up +515% from last year’s season premiere.

Posted its largest live streaming audience ever and was up +87% from last year’s season premiere on Sept. 12, 2021.

Finished the 2021-2022 season as the #1 primetime news program.

60 MINUTES, in the 2021-2022 season, was television’s #1 primetime broadcast in viewers seven times, made the top five in viewers 18 times this season and top ten 27 times.

60 MINUTES matched the 1992-93 season’s first place finishes for the best since the 1991-92 season.

CBS MORNINGS

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year with the tightest gaps in adults and women against NBC and ABC ever (since at least 1991) and its most narrow deficit among men with NBC ever. (Watch CBS MORNINGS)

Posted its largest women audience competitive share ever (25%) for a season, dating back to at least 1991, and is up over two share points from last season.

Gained one share point in the adults 25-54 demo over the previous season, tying the 2016-17 season for its highest mark ever (25%).

Coming out of its first season since the relaunch, the broadcast closed the gaps with the competition in the key adults 25-54 demo – cutting into NBC’s lead by 28% (-276,000 gap vs. -385,000) and 19% against ABC (-245,000 gap vs. -301,000).

In the most important demo, women 25-54, the broadcast made even greater progress, cutting into NBC’s lead by 32% (-170,000 gap vs. -250,000) and 33% vs. ABC (-151,000 gap vs. -225,000).

In the third quarter, delivered its best audience share ever, for any quarter, in adults and women, and had the tightest gap ever with NBC and ABC for any quarter among both demos (dating back to 1987).

In viewers, delivered the tightest gap ever with NBC for any quarter since 1987 and tightest with ABC for a third quarter since the third quarter of 1998.

Was the only program with year-over-year growth in women for the quarter (+6% vs. the third quarter of 2021) while NBC fell -22% and ABC -15%.

Posted its second consecutive quarter of year-to-year growth with the second quarter of 2022 up +8% vs. the second quarter of 2021.

Delivered 519,000 in the adults 25-54 demo in the final week of the season, for its fourth straight week above 500,000 (last done in May).

Compared to the same week last year, grew +14% in women 25-54, and has now grown in 17 of the past 20 weeks. NBC and ABC have fallen year-over-year in each of those 20 weeks, and by double-digits for the majority of them.

Delivered 2.4 million viewers, with 519,000 in adults 25-54 and 332,000 in women 25-54.

CBS EVENING NEWS WITH NORAH O’DONNELL

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year delivering the tightest gaps in adults and men with NBC in 27 years. (Watch the CBS EVENING NEWS)

Finished the broadcast year with its tightest gap with NBC in women 25-54 in 15 years.

Finished the broadcast year with its tightest gap with ABC in adults and women since the 2018-19 season.

Cut into the competition’s lead among women 25-54 the most (-18% vs. NBC and -14% vs. ABC).

In the adults 25-54 demo, cut into NBC’s lead from last year by 16% and 10% against ABC.

For the third quarter delivered the tightest gap in the demo with NBC for any quarter since the second quarter of 1995 and with ABC since the third quarter of 2019.

Delivered its tightest gap among women 25-54 with NBC for any quarter since the second quarter of 2007 and with ABC since the third quarter of 2018.

Delivered its tightest gap with NBC among viewers for any quarter since the second quarter of 2021 and with ABC since the second quarter of 2019.

For the quarter, garnered the strongest audience share in women 25-54 since the first quarter of 2021.

Compared to the third quarter of 2021, closed the gap among adults with NBC by 22% and with ABC by 12%.

Closed the gap in women with NBC by 34% and with ABC by 20%.

Closed the gap in viewers for the quarter with NBC by 2% and with ABC by 4%.

For the week of Sept. 12, was the #1 broadcast on CBS Monday through Thursday in viewers and # 1 on Monday and Tuesday in the adults 25-54 demo.

Delivered 603 million potential social impressions for the week of Sept. 12.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year as the #1 Sunday morning news program for the 22nd consecutive season in total viewers. (Watch CBS SUNDAY MORNING)

Finished #1 with adults 25-54 and women 25-54 for the 19th consecutive season.

Delivered 4.624 million viewers, with 727,000 of them in adults 25-54, ranking #1 for the 619th week in viewers and 225th among adults 25-54 on Sunday, Sept. 18.

The broadcast’s live streaming audience was up +8% from the prior week.

FACE THE NATION WITH MARGARET BRENNEN

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year as the #1 Sunday morning public affairs show in viewers for the second consecutive season. (Watch FACE THE NATION)

Finished #2 in women 25-54 for the first time in seven years (2014-2015 season).

Expanded its lead over NBC (+382,000 from +116,000 last season).

Garnered its largest audience share among viewers, adults and women 25-54 in seven years (since the 2014-15 season).

For the third quarter, was #1 in viewers for the ninth consecutive quarter and #2 in women 25-54 for the fourth consecutive quarter.

Ranked #2 among adults 25-54 for a third quarter for the first time since the third quarter of 2014.

Was ahead of NBC among women 25-54 by +46,000, its largest lead over NBC for any quarter since the second quarter of 2015.

48 HOURS

Was Saturday’s #1 primetime non-sports program with viewers with its 35th season premiere on Saturday, Sept. 17.

Delivered 2.04 million viewers, with 446,000 of them adults 25-54.

48 HOURS amassed a total of 37.8 million potential social impressions.

Finished the 2021-2022 season as Saturday’s #1 non-sports primetime program for the 16th consecutive season.

CBS SATURDAY MORNING

For the 2021-2022 season, delivered its narrowest gap ever with NBC among adults and women 25-54 (dating back to 1991). (Watch CBS SATURDAY MORNING)

Delivered the tightest gaps with ABC for the season in adults and women since the 2004-05 season.

Garnered its largest audience competitive shares among women (25%) since the 2002-03 season.

For the third quarter, delivered its narrowest gap ever with NBC for any quarter among adults and women (dating back to 1991).

Specifically among adults 25-54 was just -96,000 from NBC, marking the first time ever for any quarter below the -100,000 mark.

Its -55,000 gap in women with NBC was its narrowest for a quarter ever, while its -119,000 gap with ABC was its narrowest for any quarter since the fourth quarter of 2004.

For the week, was the only program with week-to-week growth in the adults 25-54 demo on Saturday, Sept. 17.

Delivered 1.710 million viewers, with 289,000 in adults 25-54.

The broadcast’s live-streaming audience was up +5% from the prior week.

CBS WEEKEND NEWS: SATURDAY

Finished the 2021-2022 season delivering 2.44 million viewers, with 355,000 of them adults 25-54.

Cut gap with NBC by 35% in adults, 34% in women and 10% in total viewers.

Cut the gap with ABC in adults 25-54 by 3% and 10% in women.

Gained one competitive share point in adults and women while NBC lost share.

CBS WEEKEND NEWS: SUNDAY

Finished the 2021-2022 season delivering 2.8 million viewers, with 395,000 of them adults 25-54.

Cut the gap with NBC by 19% in adults 25-54, 23% in women 25-54 and 17% in total viewers.

Cut the gap with ABC in viewers and demo by 24% and 18% in women.

Gained two competitive share points in viewers and one point in the adults 25-54 demographic while ABC lost share.

(All data Nielsen live plus same day ratings for 9/20/2021-9/18/2022)



“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 18





“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 18 (9:00-10:30 AM, ET)
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York

BACK TO THE FUTURE – Roxana Saberi reports on the increase in people buying and building underground bunkers as protection in the event of nuclear war.

BOY MEETS … – Jonathan Vigliotti catches up with actor-comic Billy Eichner about the pioneering gay romantic comedy “Bros.”

PASSING THE TORCH – Mark Phillips reports from the United Kingdom on King Charlies III as he prepares to say goodbye to his mother.

PASSING THE TORCH – Seth Doane reports on the latest from the United Kingdom on the upcoming funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

SIMPLY AMAZING! – Tracy Smith was invited along for the launch of the new season of hit CBS show THE AMAZING RACE.

BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS – Serena Altschul looks back at 100 years of the magazine Better Homes and Gardens.

PEST ON A PEDESTAL – Conor Knighton travels to Enterprise, Ala., a town that celebrates a pest – the boll weevil.

TAKE NOTE: THE QUEEN’S SIX – David Pogue introduces us to the Queen’s Six, a vocal group based in Windsor Castle who often perform at official royal ceremonies.

COMMENTARY – Journalist and author Rachel Aviv, whose new book Strangers to Ourselves focuses on the challenges faced by those struggling with mental illness, shares some thoughts on mental health.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 5





CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 5

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT – THURSDAY

Anchored by CBS EVENING NEWS anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell, CBS News coverage of the death of Queen Elizabeth II was #1 among the broadcast networks, delivering 2.52 million viewers.

CBS NEWS SPECIAL REPORT – FRIDAY

Anchored by O’Donnell, CBS News coverage of King Charles III’s address to the world was #1 among the broadcast networks, delivering 2.82 million viewers.

60 MINUTES PRESENTS

Finished in the top 10 as #8 among all primetime broadcasts in both viewers and adults 18+.

The newsmagazine delivered 7.85 million viewers, with 1.82 million of them adults 25-54, on Sunday, Sept. 11.

CBS MORNINGS

In the week that marked its first anniversary, the broadcast grew +11% with women 25-54 vs the same week a year ago, while the competition saw double-digit losses.

Is delivering the tightest gaps in adults and women 25-54 for a season ever (since at least 1991) versus NBC and ABC.

Has cut into NBC and ABC’s leads for the season in the adults 25-54 demo by 28% and 18%, respectively, versus last year.

Has cut into both competitors’ leads among women by 32%.

Delivered 2.4 million viewers, with 531,000 in the adults 25-54 demo, 341,000 in women 25-54 and 190,000 in men 25-54 for the week of Sept. 5.

CBS EVENING NEWS WITH NORAH O’DONNELL

Was the #1 telecast on CBS Tuesday through Friday in viewers, and in the adults 25-54 demo on Tuesday and Friday.

Is delivering the tightest adults 25-54 demo gap for the season with NBC in 27 years (since 1994/95) and with ABC since 2018/19.

Delivered 4.451 million viewers, with 713,000 of them adults 25-54, for the week of Sept. 5.

Was up +3% in adults 25-54 from the previous week.

Was up +5% among viewers week-to-week.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING

Marked its 618th consecutive week as the #1 Sunday morning news program, and the 224th with adults 25-54, on Sunday, Sept. 11.

Delivered 4.476 million viewers, with 704,000 of them adults 25-54.

Continues to rank #1 for the season among viewers as well as all key demo breaks.

FACE THE NATION WITH MARGARET BRENNEN

Is #1 in viewers for the season for the second consecutive year and has its largest lead over NBC in seven years (+381k, since 2014-15 season).

Ranks #2 in women 25-54 for the season.

Ranked #1 in viewers and women, and #2 in adults 25-54, on Sunday, Sept. 11.

Delivered its best audience in the adults 25-54 demo since April.

Delivered 2.771 million viewers, with 518, 000 of them in the adults 25-54 demo, 300,000 women 25-54 and 218,000 men 25-54.

Delivered its best viewer number in four weeks.

Grew across key demos from the prior week, up +3% in viewers and +15% in adults (+21% in women and +7% in men).

CBS SATURDAY MORNING

Is delivering the tightest gaps for the season among adults and women 25-54 with NBC and ABC ever, dating to the “Early Show” days in 1997/98.

Is seeing its tightest gap among viewers for the season with ABC since the 2006/2007 season.

Delivered 1.642 million viewers, with 277,000 of them adults 25-54, on Saturday, Sept. 10.

Was up +5% among viewers from two weeks ago, while ABC was down -1%.

Was up the most (+17%) in the adults 25-54 demo, driven by a double-digit growth in women.

(All data Nielsen live plus same day ratings for 9/5-9/11.)

(Editor’s Note: 48 HOURS Encore was broadcast on Sept. 10.)



“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 11





“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 11 (9:00-10:30 AM, ET)
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York

THE QUEEN – Lee Cowan has an appreciation of the life and legacy of Queen Elizabeth II.

LONG LIVE THE KING – Mark Phillips reports on the ascension of King Charles III and the line of succession

A LIFE ON FILM – Ben Mankiewicz reports on Queen Elizabeth’s image as portrayed on TV and in the movies.

ROYAL PETS – Martha Teichner looks at Queen Elizabeth’s life-long love of animals, including horses and her beloved corgis.

TINA BROWN – Mo Rocca sits down with CBS News royal contributor Tina Brown to talk about defining moments in Queen Elizabeth’s seven-decade reign and the impact she had on people around the world.

AN AUDIENCE WITH HRH – Rita Braver sits down with former President Bill Clinton to talk about the Queen’s encounters with 13 U.S. presidents.

ROOF OVERHEAD – Senior contributor Ted Koppel reports on a new program that provides affordable housing.

THE MONARCHY – Seth Doane looks at the history of the monarchy in the United Kingdom.

LISTEN UP – Serena Altschul profiles sound artist Nikki Lindt, who records unique sounds underground.

COMMENTARY – British/American historian Amanda Foreman offers some thoughts on what the monarchy means to the United Kingdom.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 4





“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR SEPT. 4 (9:00-10:30 AM, ET)
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York

WORKING IT OUT – David Pogue digs into the ongoing debate about working in the office versus remotely.

SIX MONTHS IN… – David Martin has a close-up look at the American-made weapon that might be a game-changer in the war in Ukraine.

A CLOSER LOOK – Susan Spencer talks with filmmaker Ken Burns about his new docuseries on America’s response to the Holocaust.

IN CONVERSATION: NINA TOTENBERG – Nancy Cordes visits with NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg about her distinguished career and new book detailing her friendship with the late Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

HILLARY AND CHELSEA CLINTON – Hillary and Chelsea Clinton sit down with CBS EVENING NEWS anchor and managing editor Norah O’Donnell to chat about their new Apple TV+ docuseries about gutsy women.

Q&A: JANN WENNER – Rolling Stone co-founder and publisher Jann Wenner looks back with Anthony Mason on 50 years with a front seat to rock n’ roll history and his new memoir.

JEANNE ASHE – James Brown talks with photographer Jeanne Ashe – wife of the late tennis icon and activist Arthur Ashe – about the 25th anniversary of the US Open tennis stadium named after her husband.

A MOMENT IN TIME – Ted Koppel remembers former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev.

COMMENTARY – British/American historian Amanda Foreman remembers Princess Diana 25 years after her death.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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JANE PAULEY ANCHORS AN ENCORE OF THE “BY DESIGN” EDITION OF “CBS SUNDAY MORNING”





JANE PAULEY ANCHORS AN ENCORE OF THE “BY DESIGN” EDITION OF “CBS SUNDAY MORNING”

Jane Pauley anchors an encore of the special “By Design” edition of CBS SUNDAY MORNING from Santa Barbara, Calif., that focuses on all aspects of design – from the home to our lives – to be broadcast Sunday, August 28 (9:00 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

Sunday’s broadcast features David Pogue’s look at how design and devices play an important role in tracking people’s daily lives. Pauley looks into the rich history of Santa Barbara, which was inspired by Spanish design and was once known as Hollywood of the North.

Seth Doane reports from Wales, where an artist is turning sand and stone into ephemeral works of art. Tracy Smith explores the design of surfboards. And Lee Cowan catches up with singer-songwriter Kenny Loggins, a nearby Montecito, Calif., resident, whose music was in the original TOP GUN and also in the sequel, TOP GUN: MAVERICK, both from Paramount Pictures, a division of CBS parent Paramount Global.

In addition, Martha Teichner reports on the design of vertical farms; Kelefa Sanneh explores how “plant walls” are gaining popularity in homes; Nancy Giles looks into the rich history of wallpaper; and Martha Stewart offers some top-drawer home office design tips. Luke Burbank reports on the many ways people are using shipping containers in home projects, and Susan Spencer looks at the classic design of paper clips, ice cream scoops and can openers. Also, Serena Altschul explores the world of second-hand fashion.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 21





“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 21 (9:00-10:30 AM, ET)
Lee Cowan Anchors from New York

WATER – Lee Cowan reports on the chemical compounds PFAS, which have contaminated water supplies across the country for decades and have been linked to cancer, liver damage, thyroid disease and more.

BIRKENSTOCKS – Seth Doane looks at the history and popularity of Birkenstock sandals.

LEGENDS: CHRIS EVERT – Tracy Smith sits down with tennis great Chris Evert to talk about her life, tennis and her battle with cancer.

SEN. PATRICK LEAHY – Robert Costa talks with longtime Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy about his approach to politics, his career, and his new book, published by Simon & Schuster, a division of CBS’ parent company.

WOMEN AT WORK – Faith Salie visits an exhibit of too-often-overlooked women artists at the Lyndhurst Mansion in New York’s Hudson Valley.

THE UNION LABEL – David Pogue reports on the growth of unions among the nation’s warehouse workers.

SUNDAY BEST – PAT BENATAR – Jim Axelrod talks with Grammy winner Pat Benatar, known for hits including “Hit me With Your Best Shot” and “Love is a Battlefield,” and her longtime partner and guitarist Neil Giraldo about their careers, relationship and more.

STEVE HARTMAN – Steve Hartman has the story of a basketball player who saved a referee after he went into cardiac arrest during a game.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.

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“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 14





“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR AUGUST 14 – 9:00-10:30 AM, ET
Tracy Smith Anchors from New York

LEFTIES – Rita Braver tells us what’s right about left-handed people.

WOMEN AT WORK – Faith Salie visits an exhibit of too-often-overlooked women artists at the Lyndhurst Mansion in New York’s Hudson Valley.

SUNDAY BEST – THINK BIG – Conor Knighton heads to Casey, Ill., a small town with a big heart, and a big rocking chair, a big windchime, a big mailbox and more.

SUNDAY BEST – MAYBERRY – Ted Koppel visits Mt Airy, N.C., the inspiration for “The Andy Griffith Show’s” fictional Mayberry, and finds there’s nothing simple about some people’s longing for simpler times.

BOATS – Seth Doane hits the water in a Riva boat, the Italian-built Cadillac of wooden watercraft whose beauty rivals that of the Italian coast.

SUNDAY BEST – JANE FONDA AND LILY TOMIN – The celebrated actresses Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin sit down with Tracy Smith to discuss their lives and the success of their TV series “Grace and Frankie.”

OMAR – Martha Teichner has the story behind the new opera chronicling the life of Omar Ibn Said, an enslaved man whose autobiography is a rare historical treasure.

TRUMP’S WEEK – Major Garrett examines the tumultuous week our former president has experienced and what it means for the country.

NATURE – Red-headed woodpeckers at Knox Farm State Park in western New York.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING is broadcast Sundays (9:00-10:30 AM, ET) on the CBS Television Network. Rand Morrison is the executive producer.