CBS Sunday Morning October 12 2014
CBS Sunday Morning investigated the power of Coincidence on the October 12 episode. Plus, they saluted children’s book character Madeline, went home with musician Sam Smith, and talked tech with author Walter Isaacson. Michael Keaton, the Kennewick Man, and religious identity were also in the spotlight. Here is a look at the week ahead, and the stories featured on this show.
Sunday Morning Calendar: Week of October 12
- Monday 10/13: Library of Congress Reading Room open house
- Tuesday 10/14: Long-running Screamfest horror film festival begins in Los Angeles
- Wednesday 10/15: National Fossil Day at the National Park Service and museums
- Thursday 10/16: Apple may unveil a new device, such as an updated iPad
- Friday 10/17: 25th anniversary of San Francisco Bay Area earthquake
- Saturday 10/18: Peter Fonda’s Easy Rider motorcycle goes up for auction
Coincidence Faith Vs Science, Godwinks + Law of Truly Large Numbers
What do you believe about Coincidence? Is it just a numbers game, or is there an aspect of divine intervention involved? CBS Sunday Morning explored this debate.
CBS Sunday Morning: Is Madeline French? Ludwig Bemelmans Legacy
CBS Sunday Morning took a look at children’s book character Madeline for her 75th birthday. The original author’s grandson is now carrying on the stories.
Sunday Morning: Sam Smith Great Chishill & “Stay with Me” Choir?
Sam Smith, the breakthrough recording artist, took CBS Sunday Morning back to his hometown of Great Chishill and reflected on the makings of his success.
Sunday Morning: Walter Isaacson The Innovators Review + Computer Bug
Rita Braver talked with author Walter Isaacson about The Innovators, his book on the history and evolution of the personal computer, for CBS Sunday Morning.
Sunday Morning: Michael Keaton Birdman Review, Real Name & Montana
Actor Michael Keaton reflected on his career, from comedy to action and drama, as well as his anticipated return to the screen in the new film Birdman.
Opinion: Reza Aslan, Religion and Identity & Communities of Faith
Reza Aslan contributed an opinion to CBS Sunday Morning, reflecting on arguments and debates about religion and identity that have long been a hot topic.
CBS Sunday Morning: Judson Manor + Conscientious Objector Desmond Doss
Steve Hartman met a young student living in a retirement community. Sunday Morning also remembered a Conscientious Objector, the late Corporal Desmond Doss.
Sunday Morning: Who is Kennewick Man? Rewriting North American History
Sunday Morning introduced Kennewick Man, a profile of a man who lived thousands of years ago, but whose skeleton was discovered in Washington state in 1996.