“CBS NEWS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR JUNE 11, 2023 (9:00-10:30 AM, ET)
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York
UNCHARTED WATERS – Lee Cowan talks with Dani Izzie, a quadriplegic married mother of twins whose inspiring story is helping others.
THE TONYS: CAMELOT – Mo Rocca looks at the Broadway revival of “Camelot.”
THE TONYS LEGEND: ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER – Seth Doane catches up with composer Andrew Lloyd Webber to talk about his historic run on Broadway and the challenges of creating a successful musical.
FINE PRINT: LESSONS IN CHEMISTRY – Tracy Smith visits with Bonnie Garmus, author of the bestseller Lessons in Chemistry.
GHOSTS – Nancy Giles goes behind the scenes of the hit CBS sitcom GHOSTS.
FLAG DAY – Faith Salie talks with the Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Stanley Forman and Ted Landsmark about Forman’s indelible 1976 image of a white teenager assaulting Landsmark, a Black man, with a flagpole.
COMMENTARY – Broadway legend Joel Grey, who will be presented a Tony Award for Life Achievement Sunday night, discusses what working on the stage has meant to him. (THE 76TH ANNUAL TONY AWARDS air live on CBS 8:00-11:00 PM, ET/5:00-8:00 PM PT and streaming on Paramount+.)
COMMENTARY – Writer-comic Alex Edelman shares his story about the road to Broadway.
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