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  • 00:40 Preview: The rules of Puppy Bowl

    Preview: The rules of Puppy Bowl

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    This Sunday brings an epic gridiron showdown: The 14th annual Puppy Bowl, featuring 90 puppies from shelters and rescue organizations competing in a game scoring high in cuteness. In a behind-the-scenes report to air on "Sunday Morning," correspondent Ric

  • 02:52 Marilyn Maye and Mo Rocca sing "My Best Girl"

    Marilyn Maye and Mo Rocca sing "My Best Girl"

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    For six decades Marilyn Maye has returned to The Inn at Okoboji, at Lake Okoboji in Iowa, where the old-school cabaret singer has entertained generations of fans. Recently, she was joined there by "Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca, and together they

  • 01:28 Almanac: "We Are the World"

    Almanac: "We Are the World"

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    On January 28, 1985, more than 40 of the music world's greatest stars gathered in a Los Angeles studio to help raise funds for humanitarian relief, and made history. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20

  • 07:32 Holograms and music

    Holograms and music

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    When opera great Maria Callas died in 1977, fans were heartbroken. So they might be shocked to learn that Callas - or rather a projected representation of her - is going on tour this spring with a 60-piece orchestra. Her return is brought to you by what's

  • 06:00 Bubbles: Fun and science

    Bubbles: Fun and science

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    There is something magical about soap bubbles - floating, fleeting, iridescent orbs that defy gravity, and whose beauty masks their complexity. Faith Salie meets renowned bubble artist Tom Noddy, and also talks with scientists at Boston University and the

  • 04:09 Postcard from the Dolomites: Violin making

    Postcard from the Dolomites: Violin making

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    For hundreds of years, craftsmen have been turning to the forests of Northern Italy for the fine woods that make violins, pianos and other instruments sing. Seth Doane reports on how the trees from the fabled Fiemme Forest are fashioned by luthiers into e

  • 08:18 Ed Sheeran: Changing music

    Ed Sheeran: Changing music

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    The English singer-songwriter is one of the most successful artists of his time, and an idol to millions around the world. His most recent album, "Divide (÷)," is up for two Grammy Awards, including Best Pop Vocal Album. Ed Sheeran talks with corresponden

  • 02:51 The D.C. whistler

    The D.C. whistler

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    Chris Ullman is a four-time international whistling champion - an unusual distinction for a partner in a Washington, D.C. investment firm. But he's burnished his reputation as one of the capital's most popular whistleblowers, by using his talents in a mos

  • 00:40 Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers

    Passage: "Sunday Morning" remembers

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    "Sunday Morning" remembers famous figures who we lost this past week, including musician and anti-apartheid activist Hugh Masekela, "Beetle Bailey" cartoonist Mort Walker, and science fiction author Ursula K. Le Guin. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning"

  • 08:03 Meet Marilyn Maye, again

    Meet Marilyn Maye, again

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    For more than seven decades cabaret singer Marilyn Maye has crisscrossed the country, playing hundreds of clubs. Once a Grammy nominee for Best New Artist (at the age of 37), she has been "discovered" more than once. And as Mo Rocca finds out, she remains

  • 06:18 1968: The Tet Offensive

    1968: The Tet Offensive

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    The month-long battle for Hue, in Vietnam, was fought street by street, house by house, room by room. Two-hundred-and-sixteen American troops were killed and another 1,300 wounded. On the 50th anniversary of the Tet Offensive, David Martin visits an exhib

  • 00:53 Calendar: Week of January 29

    Calendar: Week of January 29

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    From President Trump's State of the Union address to Groundhog Day, "Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sun

  • 02:23 Nature: Niagara Falls

    Nature: Niagara Falls

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    We leave you this last Sunday Morning of January at the partly frozen Niagara Falls. Videographer: Carl Mrozek. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/20gXwJT Get more of "CBS Sunday Morning" HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1PlMmAz Follow

  • 08:11 Legends: Neil Diamond and Elton John

    Legends: Neil Diamond and Elton John

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    Correspondent Anthony Mason reports on the news that two giants of popular music - Neil Diamond and Sir Elton John - will retire from touring, due to issues of health or work-life balance, and looks back on the lives of singers who have left an indelible

  • 05:29 From the archives: Bubble magic

    From the archives: Bubble magic

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    Tom Noddy is a bubble artist, producing all manner of bubbles - from geometric bubbles to smoking volcano bubbles. His beautiful, ephemeral creations delighted "Sunday Morning" host Charles Kuralt in this "On the Road" report that originally aired July 5,

  • 01:13 Sir David Attenborough on nature films

    Sir David Attenborough on nature films

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    Legendary naturalist Sir David Attenborough, narrator of the new BBC America series "Planet Earth: Blue Planet II," talks with correspondent Mark Phillips about the editorial demands of wildlife documentaries. Subscribe to the "CBS Sunday Morning" Channel

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