Sunday Morning - CBSNews.com
Sunday Morning - CBSNews.com
9/24: Sunday Morning
Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, Tracy Smith talks with former White House staffer Cassidy Hutchinson about the fallout of her testimony to the January 6 Committee. Plus: Lee Cowan interviews supermodel Gisele Bündchen; Lesley Stahl visits the testing labs of Consumer Reports magazine; Seth Doane looks at the growing popularity of international TV for American viewers; Serena Altschul checks out an exhibit of art inspired by hip hop culture; and we look ahead to the most anticipated movies, music, TV shows, books and theater of the new season.cbsnews.com
How international TV is capturing American viewers
With more American viewers getting into the habit of streaming TV series in foreign languages, more shows are finding audiences around the world. Among them: The hit Italian series "The Sea Beyond," a steamy coming-of-age drama that will begin streaming in the U.S. next month on MHZ Choice. Correspondent Seth Doane talks with the show's creators and cast about what makes their program unique. Doane also talks with New York Times TV critic Mike Hale, and with Netflix's chief content officer Bela Bajaria, about the rising popularity of international TV.cbsnews.com
A Talking Heads reunion for the return of "Stop Making Sense"
With the restoration and re-release of the classic 1984 concert film, the members of Talking Heads - David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth and Jerry Harrison - get re-acquainted after decades of estrangement, and revisit the band's jubilant success.cbsnews.com
Talking Heads on the return of "Stop Making Sense"
The restoration and re-release of the classic 1984 concert film "Stop Making Sense" is an occasion for the members of the band Talking Heads – David Byrne, Chris Frantz, Tina Weymouth and Jerry Harrison – to get reacquainted after decades of estrangement, and to revisit a moment of jubilant shared success. Reuniting for their first joint television interview in decades, they talked with "CBS Mornings" co-host Tony Dokoupil about Talking Heads' origins and their funky blend of rock and performance art; and how, within a few years of the film, the band went on a break that never really ended.cbsnews.com
Consumer Reports: Put to the test
The non-profit organization behind Consumer Reports magazine and website has been testing products since 1936, and today, with an annual testing budget well over $30 million, their 60 labs and teams of engineers put thousands of consumer goods through their paces. "60 Minutes" correspondent Lesley Stahl talks with some of Consumer Reports' investigators, whose testing of products has affected everything from car safety to recalls of potentially deadly infant seats.cbsnews.com
Cassidy Hutchinson on the price of speaking out
In her first TV interview the former Trump loyalist and White House advisor, who was "disgusted" upon witnessing the attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters, talks about the price of telling the truth, as detailed in her new book, "Enough."cbsnews.com
Cassidy Hutchinson on fallout from her Trump testimony
The former Trump loyalist and senior advisor to White House chief of staff Mark Meadows said she was "disgusted" upon witnessing the attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters over the lie of election fraud. But after testifying to the January 6 Committee, Cassidy Hutchinson was forced into hiding. In her first TV interview she talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about the price of telling the truth, as detailed in her new book, "Enough."cbsnews.com