CBS News Sunday Morning E36 September 3 2023 on CBS

Tonight (Sunday September 3 2023), CBS broadcasts an episode of the series CBS News Sunday Morning!

Episode 36 Episode Summary

DOWN THE LINE – Lee Cowan reports from Oregon and Idaho, where some want to move the border that separates the states for political reasons.

DIGITAL DIVIDE – David Pogue digs into the divisions created by social media and the internet.

TALKING RADIO – Jim Axelrod explores the impact of talk radio.

BEEN HERE BEFORE – John Dickerson looks back at other times in our nation’s history when the country was also deeply divided.

JOHN LEGEND – Ted Koppel talks with singer-songwriter John Legend about being a superstar with a social conscience.

HAVE AND HAVE NOT – Ben Tracy visits Wyoming, where the state struggles with vast differences in wealth between rich and poor.

NORMAN LEAR – Ted Koppel catches up with legendary TV producer Norman Lear to talk about his career and how humor has played a role in social and political change.

TRADE SECRETS – Ted Koppel visits a school in Maryland where, rather than attend traditional college and incur debt, students get paid to learn a trade.

SOLUTIONS – Martha Teichner heads to a workshop designed to build bridges between politically divided people.

ESSAY – David Sedaris shares thoughts on what’s in a name.

COMMENTARY – Ret. General Stanley McChrystal talks about his campaign to bring the nation together.

News, features, weather and commentary.

What Time is the Episode On?

The episode of CBS News Sunday Morning will be broadcast on September 3 2023 on CBS at 9:00 AM at ET/PT.

Is the Episode New?

The episode of CBS News Sunday Morning is all new!

CBS News Sunday Morning Cast & Stars

Main Cast
Jane Pauley

Episode Videos & Previews

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CBS News Sunday Morning Series Information

The sparkling notes of a trumpet fanfare and the familiar logo of the sun alert viewers that it's time for CBS's Sunday morning staple. Journalist Jane Pauley helms the show, taking over hosting duties from Charles Osgood, who spent 22 years on the job. A morning talk show, this program airs at a different pace and focuses much of its attention on the performing arts. After a quick update of the day's news and national weather, correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.

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2 Responses

  1. Gail Fleming says:

    I was really disappointed watching ur show today 9/323. It sounded like a Republican ad
    It didn’t show that the republican party has been and still is for the really rich and their olicies are against workers. We saw that with Trumps tax break for the rich, trickle down economics It didn’t work for RR, Bush and now Trump. The only people that made money were the rich who put the tax break in their pockets. The workers MAYBE recieved a few dollars a year. Don’t push that the Republicans do good when Biden is doing more good for people then the Republicans have ever done.

  2. JUDY WAGNER says:

    Very nice Farwell 👌

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