This week on “Sunday Morning” (25 September)

The Emmy Award-winning “CBS Sunday Morning” airs on CBS Sundays starting at 9:00 a.m. ET. “Sunday Morning” also airs on the CBS News app starting at 10:30 a.m. ET. (Download here.)

Host: Jane Pauley

STORY COVER: War streaming – Struggle for viewers | Watching video
The explosion of streaming services, apps and platforms is delivering more television content to more people than ever before. But more choice for customers means challenges for streamers – from HBO Max, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Apple TV+ and Hulu, to parent company CBS’ Paramount+. “Sunday Morning” contributor Kelefa Sanneh spoke with Hollywood Reporter media & business writer Alex Weprin, and with Sesame Workshop CEO Steve Youngwood, about how new services are struggling for customers as they transform traditional broadcast or cable television business models. (And no, you’re not completely ad-free!)

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As part of “The Birdsong Project” at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, composer Alex Somers, electronic musician Julianna Barwick, and harpist Mary Lattimore performed Somers’ “May 18th 1929 Lost,” a composition that incorporates field recordings of birds dating from 1929.

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ART: “For Birds”: Art, music and birdsong (Video)
More than 200 artists, musicians, actors, and writers have collaborated on a multidisciplinary exhibition called “For the Birds,” at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in New York City, and for a recording collection, “The Birdsong Project,” for the benefit of the Audubon National Society. Correspondent Martha Teichner explores what happens when artists take wings.

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NEW SEASON: The most anticipated new art exhibition | Watching video

FILM: Impossible true story behind “The Greatest Beer Run Ever” | Watching video
In 1967 “Chickie” Donohue, a merchant sailor, was inspired to deliver beer to friends fighting in an unpopular war. So, he packed up some foam and sailed to Vietnam to track him down. That spirited adventure inspired the new film “The Greatest Beer Run Ever,” directed by Peter Farrelly, Academy Award winner for “Green Book.” CBS News national security correspondent David Martin spoke with Farrelly, star Zac Efron, and with Donohue, who explained how his experience changed his view of war.

WEB EXTRA: Zac Efron acting with a giant centipede (Video)
In this “Sunday Morning” exclusive, actor Zac Efron describes shooting a tense scene with his unusual, multi-legged co-star: a giant venomous centipede.

To watch the trailer for “The Greatest Beer Run Ever” click the video player below:

Greatest Beer Run Ever — Official Trailer | Apple TV+ by
Apple TV on Youtube

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NEW SEASON: The most awaited new movie | Watching video

Goop actress and CEO Gwyneth Paltrow.

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WEEK PROFILE: Gwyneth Paltrow on the power of turning 50: “We stop trying to be what other people expect us to be” | Watching video
He won an Oscar at the age of 26, and went on to co-found a lifestyle brand called Goop which is currently reported to be worth $250 million. What does 50 years old look like for actress and health entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow? He spoke to correspondent Tracy Smith about fame, family and health.

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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers some of the famous personalities who left us this week, including actress Louise Fletcher, Oscar winner for “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.”

Mitch Albom, bestselling author of “Tuesday with Morrie.”

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BOOK: The eternal popularity of “Tuesday with Morrie” | Watching video
After sports writer Mitch Albom reconnects with retired university professor Morrie Schwartz, who is dying of ALS (aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease), their weekly conversation becomes the basis of Albom’s bestselling book “Tuesday with Morrie.” Twenty-five years after the book’s publication, senior “Sunday Morning” contributor Ted Koppel spoke with Albom about how his examination of his impending death changed his life profoundly.

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NEW SEASON: The most awaited new book | Watching video

Singer Wynonna Judd with correspondent Lee Cowan.

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MUSIC: Wynonna Judd on mother Naomi Judd’s death: I’m ‘so angry’ | Watching video
Appearing as The Judds, mother Naomi and daughter Wynonna are one of the most successful country music duos in history. In her first interview since her mother’s death last spring, Wynonna Judd spoke with correspondent Lee Cowan about using music to relieve grief; and about his determination to keep going on the tour announced just weeks before his mother died. [If you are in crisis, please call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988, or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741.]

Preview: Wynonna Judd opens up about grief in first interview since her mother’s death

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NEW SEASON: The most awaited new music | Watching video

FILM: Sigourney Weaver on screwing up other people’s expectations | Watching video
With over 60 film credits (including four that debuted this fall), Sigourney Weaver seems to have found his place, and at a steady pace of his own. The three-time Academy Award nominee spoke with “Sunday Morning” host Jane Pauley about the lessons she learned from attending Yale Drama School; his launch to stardom as Ripley in the “Alien” franchise; and her Hollywood secret to longevity.

To watch the trailer for “The Good House”: click the video player below:

Good House | Official Highlight | SEPTEMBER 30TH ONLY AT THE theater by
RoadsideFlix on Youtube

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HARTMAN: Brave best friends are beautiful (Video)
Nine-year-old Carsyn Majors, from Encinitas, California, suffers from alopecia universalis, an autoimmune disease that causes almost total hair loss. But her sadness at losing her blonde hair changes when she meets a new best friend: 17-year-old Scarlett Hall, who also suffers from alopecia universalis. Correspondent Steve Hartman meets a beautiful couple whose friendship has changed their attitude.

NEW SEASON: The most anticipated new TV & streaming | Watching video

NATURE: Sunflower

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GALLERY: King Charles III for many years

“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams, and animal paradise (Video)
In honor of Mother’s Day and the Gold Star Family, we remember Medal of Honor recipient Hershel “Woody” Williams, who sat down with David Martin to discuss his service to his country. Also, Lesley Stahl visits a nonprofit farm in New Jersey for abused and neglected animals.

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