“CBS SUNDAY MORNING” LISTINGS FOR MAY 28, 2023 (9:00-10:30 AM, ET)
Jane Pauley Anchors from New York
PAYMENT DUE! – David Pogue offers a crash course on the “debt ceiling” controversy and explains how we got into this situation and what it means for real people.
WHAT’S IN A NAME? – David Martin reports on the many U.S military bases that are being renamed because of concerns over racism and ties to the Confederacy.
REMEMBERING TINA TURNER – Bill Flanagan offers an appreciation of the late Tina Turner.
SHOWSTOPPER! – Mo Rocca catches up with Broadway “showstopper” Lillias White from “Hadestown.”
SUNDAY PROFILE: ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER – Tracy Smith sits down with Hollywood legend and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger for a look back at his life, career and his current efforts on climate change.
DOREEN KETCHENS – Ted Koppel talks with New Orleans jazz clarinetist Doreen Ketchens about performing at Washington, D.C.’s famed Kennedy Center.
ISABEL ALLENDE – Rita Braver visits with bestselling author Isabel Allende to discuss her new book, The Wind Knows My Name.
MUSEUM OF FAILURE – Jane Pauley has the story of the “Museum of Failure” in New York City.
GEORGE POLK – CBS News Radio’s Steven Portnoy tells the story of George Polk, the CBS reporter killed during the Greek Civil War in 1948 and for whom the prestigious Polk Award is named.
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