BlackCollegeTV.Net

Video Channels - CBS News Sunday Morning

Vist Our Greek Apparel Stores   
 
Culture
Business
Comedy
Life Style
Entertainment
Music
News
Politics
Science & Tech
Sports
TV Shows
Local News
Video Games








The elegance of classic wooden motorboats
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  The elegance of classic wooden motorboats
Description:  Conor Knighton takes us on a ride aboard some classic wooden motorboats, whose sleek lines and elegant fixtures hark back to a golden era of maritime recreation.
   Watch Video




Katrina: Then and now
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Katrina: Then and now
Description:  As we remember Katrina a decade later, Sunday Morning checks up on what happened to New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin and FEMA Director Michael Brown
   Watch Video




New Orleans after Katrina: A tale of two cities
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  New Orleans after Katrina: A tale of two cities
Description:  Martha Teichner looks back at the monumental 2005 hurricane -- the most costly natural disaster, in lives lost and property destroyed, in U.S. history -- and the struggle of New Orleans residents to rebuild ever since.
   Watch Video




Chad Lawson puts his own touch on Chopin
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Chad Lawson puts his own touch on Chopin
Description:  When pianist and composer Chad Lawson sits at his Steinway and improvises, anything might happen, such as his own take on great classical works. His album, Chopin Variations, debuted at Number 1 on iTunes Classical last year. In this self-narrated profile - part of our Short Takes series - Lawson shows us his life as an independent artist.
   Watch Video




Nature: Zion National Park
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Nature: Zion National Park
Description:  "Sunday Morning' takes you to Utah, and Zion National Park, where Spotted Towhees make their home. Videographer, Carl Mrozek
   Watch Video




Dick and Liz Cheney on politics, Obama
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Dick and Liz Cheney on politics, Obama
Description:  In an exclusive interview, former Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter, Liz, sit with correspondent Lee Cowan to discuss their new book, "Exceptional: Why The World Needs a Powerful America"; the criticisms they have for President Obama's foreign policy; and the Bush administration's invasion of Iraq.
   Watch Video




From the archives: Vacuum cleaner collectors unite!
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  From the archives: Vacuum cleaner collectors unite!
Description:  Correspondent Bill Geist ventures to Clarksville, Ind., where members of the Vacuum Cleaner Collectors' Club have gathered for their annual convention. At this event, vacuuming is not just a chore - it's a sport! First broadcast on "Sunday Morning" on Sept. 28, 2002.
   Watch Video




Sunday Morning viewers aid Navajo lacking water
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Sunday Morning viewers aid Navajo lacking water
Description:  The lack of running water for many who live in the Navajo Nation in New Mexico shocked "Sunday Morning" viewers. Since Lee Cowan's story was broadcast two weeks ago, nearly $661,000 has been donated to DigDeep, the organization hoping to drill a new well there.
   Watch Video




New Orleans grocery store serves struggling neighborhood
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  New Orleans grocery store serves struggling neighborhood
Description:  Burnell Cotlon is "just an average guy with above-average dreams." When New Orleans' Lower Ninth Ward was decimated by Katrina, without even a grocery store left standing, he opened a market - the first (and still only) business in the immediate neighborhood. Steve Hartman reports.
   Watch Video




Chef John Besh and his recipe for helping others
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Chef John Besh and his recipe for helping others
Description:  New Orleans chef John Besh is determined to maintain more than just his hometown's great culinary tradition. Ten years ago he opened his heart and soul to Hurricane Katrina's hungry victims, and the volunteers who came to rebuild. More recently, he opened his kitchen to our Michelle Miller.
   Watch Video




Calendar:  Week of August 31
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Calendar: Week of August 31
Description:  From the Guinness World Records to Star Wars toys: Sunday Morning takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Charles Osgood reports
   Watch Video




Ben Stein on whos to blame for stock market woes
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Ben Stein on whos to blame for stock market woes
Description:  The "Sunday Morning" commentator says experts and politicians who blame China for the U.S. stock market's recent downturn are missing the point.
   Watch Video




Sunday Morning theme goes to the dogs
Date:  8/30/2015
Title:  Sunday Morning theme goes to the dogs
Description:  In honor of National Dog Day this past week, Sunday Morning celebrates all the dogs that have been caught in the act of tuning in each Sunday morning. Thanks to Cappi, Charlie, Chiquita, Fred, Harley Harr, Little John, Loki, Ricco and Schnapps!
   Watch Video




Chad Lawsons variations on Chopin
Date:  8/29/2015
Title:  Chad Lawsons variations on Chopin
Description:  Composer and pianist Chad Lawson has been celebrated for his reinterpretations of classic works, creating a hit recording with his "Chopin Variations." In this web extra, he performs Chopin's Nocturne in E Flat Major, Op. 9, No. 2, recorded live at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City in September 2014.
   Watch Video




Nature: Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Nature: Savannah National Wildlife Refuge
Description:  We leave you this morning in the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, which straddles the border between South Carolina and Georgia. Videography: Doug Jensen
   Watch Video




Soaring sand sculptures
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Soaring sand sculptures
Description:  In the western Japanese city of Tottori, sand sculptures can soar several stories high. Seth Doane introduces professional sculptor Sue McGrew, who has been working with sand for 19 years. Originally broadcast on May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Sweetgrass basket weavers
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Sweetgrass basket weavers
Description:  Outside of Charleston, South Carolina, generations of weavers - members of the Gullah community have collected the sweetgrass that grows in the area to create their baskets. Mark Strassman reports. Originally broadcast on May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Why Jerry Seinfeld is driven
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Why Jerry Seinfeld is driven
Description:  Jerry Seinfeld is obsessed with cars, and was inspired to produce an Internet series featuring comedians in cars talking about comedy. But finding a platform for his Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee was a hard sell. He talks with correspondent Anthony Mason about the nuts and bolts of comedy, and about the series which has proven to be a mega-hit. Originally broadcast on May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Band-Aids: Still sticking around
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Band-Aids: Still sticking around
Description:  Ninety-four years ago Band-Aids hit the market, and they have stuck around ever since, used in one of every seven homes in America. Susan Spencer reports on the origin of the bandage's classic design. Originally broadcast on May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Designs that make a difference
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Designs that make a difference
Description:  Industrial designer Yves Behar has made products for companies like Prada and Samsung, but his proudest achievement is a five-dollar pair of glasses that are helping poor school children in Mexico see. Luke Burbank reports on innovative designs for better living in the developing world. Originally broadcast on May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Redesigning the tea kettle
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Redesigning the tea kettle
Description:  Whistling tea kettles have been letting off steam for at least 100 years letting people know their water has boiled. But could the tea kettle be topped? Susan Spencer talks with Donald Strum, who in 1984 designed the Alessi Whistling Bird Tea Kettle, which has since sold over a million units. Originally broadcast on May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Building a better mousetrap
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Building a better mousetrap
Description:  At Tom Parr's Trap History Museum outside Columbus, Ohio, animal traps of all shapes and sizes line the walls from floor to ceiling. But not all of history's animal trap designs were successful, including some 1,500 mousetraps Parr has collected. Susan Spencer reports. Originally broadcast May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Banks that dress to impress
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Banks that dress to impress
Description:  Today's banks are as common as coffee shops, and just as impressive. But years ago bank buildings were designed to appear monumental and imposing, to show customers that their money would be safe. Jane Pauley tours some stunning former financial institutions that today serve different purposes. Originally broadcast May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Shaker furniture: Clean by design
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Shaker furniture: Clean by design
Description:  The Hancock Shaker Village in western Massachusetts is a museum where visitors can see the simple, practical furniture designed by the Christian sect centuries ago. Richard Schlesinger finds out why their designs were innovative, and how they endure. Originally broadcast May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video




Moving forward while preserving the past
Date:  8/23/2015
Title:  Moving forward while preserving the past
Description:  Residents of the historic cities of Charleston, South Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia, struggle with preserving their cultural traditions while also embracing change. Lee Cowan shows what it takes to preserve these Southern gems, and how architects today look to the past while also looking forward. Originally broadcast May 31, 2015.
   Watch Video