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Host: Jane Pauley

Cover Story: Pulling back the veil of secrecy surrounding McKinsey
In their new book, “When McKinsey Comes to Town,” New York Times investigative journalists Walt Bogdanich and Michael Forsythe dig inside McKinsey & Company, the consulting firm that has worked with corporate and government clients around the world. From entertainment firms to tobacco companies and drug manufacturers). They talk with correspondent Erin Moriarty about what makes McKinsey, he says, a major force for spreading ideas globally, both good and bad.

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New York Philharmonic music director Jaap van Zweiden (right) with correspondent David Pogue at the newly redesigned David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center.

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Music: The Triumphal Wonder of a New York Concert Hall
The acoustics in the home of the New York Philharmonic at Lincoln Center have always been problematic. Now, after a $550 million redesign, the refurbished David Geffen Hall has been praised ahead of its opening this weekend. Correspondent David Pogue goes inside the upgrade of a world-class venue.

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Actor John David Washington is now making his Broadway debut in August Wilson’s revival of “The Piano Lesson.”

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Onstage: John David Washington: “It is foolish to try to prove something to anyone.”
John David Washington originally wanted to avoid following in the footsteps of his father, actor Denzel Washington. But after an injury sidelined his football career, he auditioned for the part of a football player—and began a successful new career starring in “BlacKkKlansman,” “Tenet,” and the new film “Amsterdam.” Of. He talks with “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sneh about being “Denzel’s son” and making his Broadway debut in a revival of August Wilson’s “The Piano Lesson”, which was released 35 years earlier by his costar Samuel L. was playing the assigned role.

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Movies: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on his favorite role: Dad
Wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson was told he had to change in order to become a leading man; Hollywood turned to him, as “The Rock” became one of the biggest movie stars on the planet. He is now starring as the DC Comics anti-hero “Black Adam”. Johnson talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about his humble origins, family, and what it’s like to have a run for the White House.

Preview: Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in the presidential race , watch video

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Singer John Denver performs on the BBC television show “The John Denver Show” in April 1973.

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“MOBITUARIES”: John Denver – Death of the Sunshine Boy
In the new season of the podcast, Mo Roca looks at one of the most beloved entertainers of our time: singer-songwriter John Denver (who passed away 25 years ago this week), whose totally honest lyrics about Colorado and nature What made him the biggest star of the 1970s. Rocca travels to Aspen, Colorado to meet John’s first wife, Annie Denver, and close friend Tom Crum, to learn more about the man behind the musical. [For more tune in to “Mobituaries” wherever you download podcasts.]

Listen to “Mobichuries: John Denver – Death of the Sunshine Boy” (Season 3, Episode 1) by clicking on the player below:

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Actress Julia Roberts.

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Movies: Julia Roberts: Being an actor isn’t “my only dream come true.”
She is an Oscar-winner, A-list star, and one of People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People. Julia Roberts talks with “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley about her new rom-com, “Ticket to Paradise,” marriage, life as a housewife, and her current hobbies.

Preview: Julia Roberts: “Being an actor, it never ate me”

Web Exclusive Clip: Julia Roberts On George Clooney: “I Like To Be His Foil” (VIDEO)

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Comment: Jim Gaffigan is amazed at the pumpkin frenzy
The comedian says that October, officially “pumpkin season,” is the weirdest of all manufactured seasons—and that “pumpkin spice” isn’t what you think it is.

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Chef Erin French with correspondent Martha Teichner at The Lost Kitchen restaurant.

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Food: How Erin French found herself in The Lost Kitchen
After recovering from a bad divorce and addiction, Erin French was lost before finding independence in her hometown of Freedom, Maine. She opened The Lost Kitchen restaurant, one of the toughest reservations in the world. Cookbook author, bestselling memoir and TV Chef talks with correspondent Martha Teichner about her life story, and how her restaurant is so in demand that reservations are won by lottery.

process: Little Neck Clams from The Lost Kitchen

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  • “Finding Freedom: A Cook’s Story; Rebuilding a Life From Scratch” by Erin French (Celadon Books) in hardcover, eBook and audio formats, available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and IndieBound.
  • “The Lost Kitchen: Recipes and a Good Life Found in Freedom, Maine: A Cookbook” by Erin French (Clarkson Potter/Ten Speed), in hardcover and eBook formats, available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and IndieBound
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  • “The Lost Kitchen” (Magnolia Network)
  • South Claw Farms, Independence, Maine
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Guitarist Billy Strings.

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Music: Guitarist Billy Strings Creates His Own Bluegrass Brand
William Apostol knew from childhood that he wanted to play bluegrass. Growing up in a Michigan trailer park, he learned to play the guitar from his stepfather, and briefly played heavy metal. But today, as Billy Strings, he is called “the future of bluegrass”, thanks to his Grammy Award-winning album “Home”. Correspondent Conor Knighton talks with the musician about his inspirations; His upcoming album “Me and Dad”; And how – after reflecting on years past – he is now looking ahead in his music.

To hear Billy Strings perform “Long Journey Home” from his upcoming album “Me and Dad”, click on the video player below:


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From 2010: Country legend Loretta Lynn

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From the archive: Country legend Loretta Lynn (Video)
Singer Loretta Lynn, the “daughter of a coal miner,” who grew up to become one of the most acclaimed country artists of all time, died Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at the age of 90. In this “CBS Sunday Morning” profile originally aired on November 7, 2010, Lynn talks to reporter Mo Roca about her marriage, her early career, and how her heartache turned great songs.


Here Comes the Sun: NPR Correspondent Nina Totenberg and Sound Artist Nikki Lindtow

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“Here Comes the Sun”: NPR Correspondent Nina Totenberg and Sound Artist Nikki Lindt (VIDEO)
NPR correspondent Nina Totenberg sits down with Nancy Cordes to discuss her new memoir, “Dinner with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendship.” Then, Serena Altschul meets sound artist Nikki Lindt, who has a unique way of capturing the world around us.


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