CBS Sunday Morning: October 5 2014
CBS Sunday Morning featured stories on Mandatory Minimums, Gone Girl author Gillian Flynn, Broadway’s It’s Only a Play, and the next chapter for rocker Billy Idol. Check out those and more stories from the October 5 broadcast.
Sunday Morning Calendar: October 6-11, 2014
Here are some notable events coming up before the next edition of CBS Sunday Morning.
- Monday 10/6 – Customer Service Week begins
- Tuesday 10/7 – Robert De Niro receives Entertainment Icon Award from NY Friar’s Club
- Wednesday 10/8 – Total Lunar Eclipse (Blood Moon) before sunrise
- Thursday 10/9 – Limited edition release of 75th anniversary Batman stamps
- Friday 10/10 – 2014 Nobel Peace Prize announced from among a record 278 nominations
- Saturday 10/11 – Hello Kitty retrospective opens at Japanese American National Museum in LA
CBS Sunday Morning: Mandatory Minimum Sentencing, Warning Shot + FAMM
Mandatory Minimum Sentencing was intended to be fair, but CBS Sunday Morning illustrated that sometimes the arbitrary punishment does not fit the crime.
Sunday Morning: Portugal Cork Products, Cork Vs Plastic + Pelcor Review
From the forests of Portugal to wine bottles everywhere, Cork endures, as CBS Sunday Morning found out from some innovative entrepreneurs with some unique cork products.
Sunday Morning: Gillian Flynn Female Characters & Gone Girl Movie
Author Gillian Flynn knows she was lucky to have the chance to write the screenplay adaptation for the movie version of her own bestselling book, Gone Girl.
CBS Sunday Morning: It’s Only a Play Cast & Theater Superstitions
The star-studded cast of the Broadway revival of It’s Only a Play talked with CBS Sunday Morning about theater superstitions and the importance of reviews.
CBS Sunday Morning: Billy Idol Real Name, US Tour & Drug Addiction
Rocker Billy Idol, who wrote his autobiography and is about to embark on a US tour, talked with CBS Sunday Morning about his life and career to date.
CBS Sunday Morning: Dalai Lama, Hong Kong Vs China + Transplanted Womb
CBS Sunday Morning explored the push for democracy as Hong Kong faces off against China. Plus, a transplanted womb resulted in a successful pregnancy.
Sunday Morning: Tricia Seaman New Family & Twitch Games Vs Reality
Sunday Morning’s Steve Hartman introduced nurse Tricia Seaman, whose big heart and compassion changed her family’s life forever. Also, Luke Burbank debated video games vs. reality.