"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 3/21
"Sunday Morning" Full Episode 3/21 Hosted by Jane Pauley. In our cover story, David Pogue looks at the hit online instruction series MasterClass. Plus: Singer Demi Lovato talks with Tracy Smith about her life since surviving a 2018 heroin overdose; Martha Teichner visits with abstract artist Frank Stella; Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal reminisce about the making of the classic "Love Story" with Ben Mankiewicz; Seth Doane reviews an exhibition of Roman and Greek antiquities which have been out of public view for about 70 years; Rita Braver tells the story of a man, adopted at birth, who reconnects with his birth mother; Conor Knighton explores extinct species that may not be extinct; and Luke Burbank reports on the rise in sports betting, and tests his luck at a Las Vegas sportsbook.cbsnews.com
Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal on making "Love Story"
Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal on making "Love Story" Turner Classic Movies host Ben Mankiewicz interviews the stars of the classic tearjerker, "Love Story," to talk about the making of an unlikely box office blockbuster, and asks: What does "Love means never having to say you're sorry" really mean?cbsnews.com
Turner Classic Movies Festival heads to TCM and HBO Max
MacGraw and Glover will be honored at the Turner Classic Movies Festival. (AP Photo)Don't worry about making the trip to Hollywood for the Turner Classic Movies Festival this year — it's coming straight to your living room. TCM said Wednesday that its 12th installment will run on both its cable channel and the HBO Max streaming service. Our approach gives fans even more movies, stars and unique presentations to choose from,” said Pola Changnon, head of TCM, in a statement. “The breadth of this festival will offer interest for every kind of classic movie fan – whether they’re new to this world or card-carrying cinephiles!”
Longtime editor Genevieve Young left legacy in publishing
This 2018 photo released by the Gordon Parks Foundation shows Genevieve Young, a publishing editor and wife of photographer and filmmaker Gordon Parks. She was a publishing editor with a long and diverse legacy. (Gordon Parks Foundation via AP)NEW YORK – Genevieve Young was a publishing editor with a long and diverse legacy. She also edited the groundbreaking photographer and filmmaker Gordon Parks, married him in the 1970s and later helped oversee his estate. Young was Park's editor at Harper.