This week on “Sunday Morning” (July 10)

Host: Jane Pauley


COVER: Ken Auletta on the fall of Harvey Weinstein
Journalist Ken Auletta spent years investigating Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, who would eventually be convicted of sexual abuse after numerous allegations. CBS News correspondent Lesley Stahl talks with Auletta about her book “Hollywood Ending” and the film industry’s culture of silence. Stahl also speaks with Weinstein’s former assistant, Rowena Chiu, who claims her boss tried to rape her.

EXCERPT FROM BOOK: “The End of Hollywood: Harvey Weinstein and the Culture of Silence”

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Correspondent Luke Burbank with Gustavo Dudamel, music and artistic director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, at the Hollywood Bowl.

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MUSIC: The Hollywood Bowl – An icon turns 100
Nestled in a canyon above Los Angeles, the Hollywood Bowl, an amphitheater where famous artists such as Frank Sinatra, Jimi Hendrix and the Beatles have performed, is Southern California’s premier destination for music fans. . Correspondent Luke Burbank delves into the Bowl’s history and a century of unforgettable music.

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A view of the “Afro-Atlantic Stories” installation at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

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ART: African Diaspora Art
Works by artists from Africa, the Americas and the Caribbean from the 17th to the 21st century are displayed in a new exhibition: “Afro-Atlantic Stories”, the most comprehensive look at the interaction of art between Africa and the Americas ever held at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Correspondent Rita Braver visits.

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ECONOMY: “Greedflation”: does corporate profit-taking drive up prices?
There are two commonly accepted aspects of economics that determine prices: supply and demand. But some say a third factor is companies’ search for increased profits amid the chaos of supply and demand stirred up by war and the pandemic. Correspondent David Pogue chats with former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, former Labor Secretary Robert Reich and economist Mike Konczal about the legitimacy of corporate greed.

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  • Robert Reich, Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley
  • Mike Konczal
  • Larry Summers
  • Sugar Hill Creamery, New York, NY
  • Rocket Vodka, El Dorado Hills, CA.
  • Karlovec & Company, Shaker Heights, Ohio
  • Kimman’s Co., York, Pennsylvania.
  • Franklin Eyewear, Ridgeland, Miss.
  • Balanced Bites, San Francisco


PASSAGE: In memoriam


James Caan’s outspokenness

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ARCHIVES: James Caan’s outspokenness
This week, the Oscar-nominated actor famous for classics such as ‘The Godfather’, ‘Brian’s Song’, ‘Misery’ and ‘Elf’ died at age 82. In 2021, he spoke with Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz.

GALLERY: Notable deaths in 2022

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The American Academy in Rome, founded in 1894.

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POSTCARD FROM ITALY: A fountain of creativity for Americans in Rome
Located on a hilltop overlooking the Italian capital, the American Academy hosts a range of artists, composers, writers and scholars who come together in this quintessentially Italian setting aimed at stimulating creativity and collaboration. Correspondent Seth Doane explores the Academy’s history and discovers how Rome inspires the mostly American Fellows to foster new work and ideas.

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HARTMAN: to be determined

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Delia Owens (right), author of the bestselling novel ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’, with Reese Witherspoon, producer of the new film.

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CINEMA: “Where the Crawdads Sing” – Bringing a successful phenomenon to the screen
Delia Owens’ debut novel, which spent 166 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list, was brought from obscurity by Reese Witherspoon when the Hollywood star enthusiastically added the story of a girl from the South rising in the swamps of North Carolina at its Hello Sunshine Book Club. Now she’s produced an adaptation of “Crawdads,” one of the most anticipated films of the year. Owens and Witherspoon — two Southern tomboys who bonded almost immediately — chat with correspondent Lee Cowan.

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WHERE THE CRAWDADS SING – Official Trailer (HD) by
Sony Pictures Entertainment on Youtube

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COMMENTARY: An ER doctor on the consequences of gun violence – on the body and the community
Dr. Megan Ranney, Dean of Public Health at Brown University and an emergency physician, talks about the importance of treating gun violence the same way we treat other public health crises — before it happens. send people to the emergency room.

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Poet and playwright Dwayne Betts, with correspondent Erin Moriarty.

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BOOKS: Dwayne Betts on Living a Second Chance Life
At 16, Dwayne Betts was jailed for a carjacking. With time on his hands, he started writing. Now an accomplished poet, playwright and memoirist, as well as a lawyer, he also founded a non-profit organization, Freedom Reads, which provides libraries for prisoners. Correspondent Erin Moriarty talks with Betts about her mission after prison.

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THE BOOK REPORT: New Summer Fiction and Non-Fiction
Washington Post book reviewer Ron Charles offers his selection of new titles.

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TYPE: To be determined


WEB EXCLUSIVE:

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Carlos Santana performs during the ‘Miraculous Supernatural’ Tour, at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre, Tinley Park, Illinois on July 2, 2022.

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GALLERY: Live music is back on stage 2022
Concerts are back on track, with rock, heavy metal and country artists returning to live performances.


Here Comes The Sun: dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov and Marcel the Shell

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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov and Marcel the Shell (Video)
Dancer and actor Mikhail Baryshnikov sits down with Anthony Mason to discuss his role in ‘The Cherry Orchard’ at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York. He also expresses his opinion on the ongoing war in Ukraine. Plus, David Pogue meets the creators of Marcel the Shell, an animated character who stars in the movie “Marcel the Shell with Shoes On.”


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