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John Wilson on how to become a TV sensation
The New York filmmaker, host of HBO's critically-acclaimed series, "How To with John Wilson," talks about creating his pseudo instructional videos that he says are like nature documentaries about contemporary life.
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Lessons from Stephen Sondheim, the teacher
Correspondent (and pianist) David Pogue remembers the advice given him by the musical theater giant.
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Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo: Rock's Romeo & Juliet
She was a singer from Long Island, inspired by Liza Minnelli and coated in spandex; he was a guitarist from Cleveland. Together they are one of rock's most enduring couples, who have sold 36 million albums, recorded 15 Top 40 hits, and won four consecutive Grammys. Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo talk with correspondent Jim Axelrod about their creative partnership, their 40-year-marriage, and their latest collaboration: the upcoming stage musical, "Invincible," a reimagining of "Romeo & Juliet" featuring their iconic rock songs.
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Sharon Gless: In conversation
In her new memoir, "Apparently There Were Complaints," the Emmy-winning star of the classic cop series "Cagney & Lacey" examines some of her life's highs – and some terrifying lows.
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"Cagney & Lacey" star Sharon Gless' new memoir
Actress Sharon Gless, the Emmy Award-winning star of the classic cop series "Cagney & Lacey," examines some highs – and some terrifying lows – in a new memoir, "Apparently There Were Complaints." She talks with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz about starting late in Hollywood; her one kiss with Rosie O'Donnell on "Queer as Folk"; and her struggles with alcoholism.
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Stephen Sondheim in conversation with Patti LuPone
In 2020 the Tony-winning actress (now starring in the new Broadway revival of "Company") spoke with the musical theater giant for "CBS Sunday Morning" to discuss his craft, his favorite character, and his college acting career.
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Remembering Stephen Sondheim, a musical theater giant
Correspondent Mo Rocca offers an appreciation of the career of the legendary composer and lyricist who forced the American musical to grow up, and who took audiences to places they'd never been before.
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Patti LuPone one-on-one with Stephen Sondheim
In 2020 Patti LuPone (star of the new Broadway revival of "Company") spoke with musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim for "CBS Sunday Morning," to discuss his craft, his favorite character, and his college acting career. With the passing of Sondheim on Friday, November 26 at age 91, we offer their conversation – and her appreciation of Sondheim's artistry.
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The Book Report: New fiction and nonfiction
Washington Post book critic Ron Charles offers his picks from this month's fiction and non-fiction titles, on topics ranging from animals to Beatles!
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From 2002: A Stephen Sondheim retrospective
Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim died on Friday, Nov. 26, at the age of 91. In this ""Sunday Morning"" report that originally aired July 14, 2002, correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Sondheim, and with actors Lynn Redgrave, Christine Baranski and Brian Stokes Mitchell, about the Kennedy Center's ""Sondheim Celebration,"" a retrospective of seven of his musicals, presented side-by-side.
From 1995: Stephen Sondheim's ground-breaking work
Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim died on Friday, Nov. 26, 2021, at the age of 91. In this "Sunday Morning" report that originally aired October 22, 1995, host Charles Osgood interviews Sondheim about his body of work, from "West Side Story," "Gypsy," and "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," to "Sweeney Todd," "Into the Woods," "Passion," and "Company," a revival of which was playing to sold-out audiences. They also discuss his mentor, Oscar Hammerstein II, and the importance of teachers.
Remembering legendary musical theater composer Stephen Sondheim
Stephen Sondheim died on Friday at age 91. Tributes are pouring in for the notable musical theater composer. Leigh Scheps, a senior reporter at Inside Edition and CBSN's Broadway contributor, joins CBSN anchor Lana Zak to discuss Sondheim's life and legacy.
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Raekwon reflects on Wu-Tang Clan and new book
He is Raekwon The Chef — not a cook, but a music man who stirs up words like few others. Born Corey Woods, he's one of the original members of the Wu-Tang Clan, the legendary hip-hop group that changed the music industry in the 1990s. Raekwon has also put out his own ground-breaking solo work. Now he's out with "From Staircase to Stage,” a book published by Simon & Schuster, a division of ViacomCBS. It is a raw, rollicking look at a group that remains a cultural touchstone.
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Egypt reopens ancient "Avenue of Sphinxes"
Egypt threw an extravagant reopening ceremony for an ancient walkway known as "The Path of God" that had been buried under sand for centuries.
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Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim dies at 91
Broadway composer Stephen Sondheim has died at the age of 91. He is best known for his work on the musicals "Sweeney Todd" and "West Side Story."
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