CBS Sunday Morning October 26 2014
CBS Sunday Morning shared an interview with the McDonald’s CEO and explained how we came to imagine Heaven and Hell on Sunday Morning October 26. Plus, Garrett Morris talked about his career, historians shared stories about Ghost Towns, and Benedict Cumberbatch previewed a movie about Alan Turing. See what else happened and get a look at the week ahead.
Sunday Morning Calendar: Week of October 27
- Monday 10/27 – The Who releases a two-disc 50th anniversary album
- Tuesday 10/28 – Prince Charles and Camilla visit Colombia and Mexico
- Wednesday 10/29 – 6th annual Washington Ideas Forum by The Atlantic and The Aspen Institute
- Thursday 10/30 – Change of venue hearing for former NFL player and accused killer Aaron Hernandez
- Friday 10/31 – All Hallow’s Eve
- Saturday 11/1 – End of auction bidding on Babe Ruth’s first and last Yankees contracts
McDonald’s CEO Don Thompson, Test Kitchen, Minimum Wage + Social Media
In a rare interview, McDonald’s CEO Don Thompson talked with CBS Sunday Morning about the company’s competition, menu offerings, and public perception.
CBS Sunday Morning: Heaven Vs Hell, Divine Comedy & Biblical Art
Where do our visions of Heaven and Hell come from? CBS Sunday Morning’s Martha Teichner learned that the world of historical art could be responsible.
Sunday Morning: Garrett Morris Black Creole Chronicles + 2 Broke Girls
2 Broke Girls star Garrett Morris reflected on his life and career as an original Saturday Night Live cast member, talented singer, and New Orleans native.
Sunday Morning: Bodie, California Artifacts & Colorado Ghost Towns
Ghost Towns provide a fascinating glimpse into America’s past, as evidenced by historians, authors, and lingering residents encountered on Sunday Morning.
Alan Turing Movie + Benedict Cumberbatch Enigma
War hero Alan Turing was remembered on Sunday Morning for contributions to World War II with his Enigma Machine. Benedict Cumberbatch plays him in a movie.
Sunday Morning: Digital Life After Death, Bereavement + Online Legacy
How will your family and friends remember you after you are gone? CBS Sunday Morning explored digital life after death, your online legacy, and bereavement.
Sunday Morning: Erie Canal Opening, Oscar de la Renta + Ben Bradlee
Sunday Morning paid tribute to the history of the Erie Canal on its 189th anniversary; remembering Oscar de la Renta, Ben Bradlee, and Frank Mankiewicz.
Rocco DiSpirito Healthy Caramel Apples Recipe & The Cure Starts Now
Chef Rocco DiSpirito bemoaned the added sugar in our processed foods before sharing a Halloween idea for healthy Caramel Apples on CBS Sunday Morning.