This week on "Sunday Morning" (October 23) – CBS News

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COVER STORY: Lewis Hamilton on increasing diversity in Formula One racing | Watch Video
At speeds of up to 230 m.p.h., Formula One racing is taking off in America, where NASCAR and Indy racers have until now led the field. Correspondent Kristine Johnson visits the Circuit of the Americas racetrack in Austin, Texas, and talks with F1 champ Lewis Hamilton about issues of increasing diversity in racing. She also meets with up-and-coming racer Logan Sargeant, and 18-year-old Chloe Chambers, one of the few females in the sport.
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BOOKS: Bob Woodward on Donald Trump: “He is a threat to democracy” | Watch Video
Veteran Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward has collected his recorded interviews with former President Donald Trump – eight hours’ worth – into an audiobook release, “The Trump Tapes.” He talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson about Trump’s view of the presidency as a trophy, and his unsettling communications with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un; and about the question Woodward most regrets not asking.
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MUSIC: Nathaniel Rateliff – Music on the edge | Watch Video
Success arrived late for 44-year-old Nathaniel Rateliff and his Denver-based band, The Night Sweats, whose music is a blend of rock, country, blues and soul. But nothing has come easily for the singer, or for his long-time collaborator, bass player Joseph Pope III. CBS News’ Anthony Mason talks with Rateliff about the troubles he’s surmounted on the way to his platinum record, “S.O.B.”
You can stream Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats’ 2021 album “The Future” by clicking on the embed below (Free Spotify registration required to hear the tracks in full):
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BOOKS: Novelist John Irving: “You don’t get to choose your obsessions; your obsessions choose you” | Watch Video
Author John Irving has mined his life as the starting point for such acclaimed works of fiction as “The World According to Garp” and “The Cider House Rules.” Now 80, he has published his first novel in seven years, “The Last Chairlift,” a tale of sexual politics and ghosts. He talks with correspondent Rita Braver about inspiration, Charles Dickens, and acceptance. 
READ AN EXCERPT: “The Last Chairlift” by John Irving
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PASSAGE: In memoriam (Video)
“Sunday Morning” remembers some of the notable figures who left us this week, including Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane, best known for playing Hagrid in the “Harry Potter” films.
      
JUSTICE: The murder of Emmett Till | Watch Video
“Till” is the new film about 14-year-old Emmett Till, a Black youth from Chicago visiting Mississippi in 1955, who was abducted and murdered – a crime that helped spark the civil rights movement. In this excerpt from an October 24, 2004 “60 Minutes” report by our late colleague Ed Bradley, Till’s final days are recounted, along with the ensuing murder trial that failed to bring justice.
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COMEDY: Comic Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias: Keeping it “fun and friendly for everyone” | Watch Video
One of the most successful (and least controversial) comedians working today, Gabriel Iglesias, known to his millions of fans as Fluffy, shies away from jokes about politics or religion – which leaves food, something the entertainer knows something about. He talks with correspondent Tracy Smith about his comic inspirations; his sold-out Dodger Stadium show (now streaming on Netflix); and about indulging his lifelong passion for Volkswagens.
To watch a trailer for Fluffy’s Netflix comedy special “Stadium Fluffy,” click on the video player below:
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HARTMAN: Adopting a unique paradigm for parenting (Video)
When Schauna Austin was 20 years old, she was single and pregnant, and made the difficult decision to place her baby, whom she named Riley, for adoption. Correspondent Steve Hartman reports on how two families became one.
CITIES: Robert Moses, the man who rebuilt New York | Watch Video
Urban planner Robert Moses (1888-1981) was the unelected official who single-handedly reshaped New York City and its environs with his massive public works projects – highways, bridges, tunnels and parks that redrew the map – while displacing tens of thousands whose homes stood in his way. Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Robert Caro, author of the classic Moses biography “The Power Broker,” and with actor Ralph Fiennes, who stars as Moses in a new play, “Straight Line Crazy,” at The Shed theater in New York.
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NATURE: Bryce Canyon National Park (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday surrounded by the red rocks of Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah. Videographer: Brad Markel.       
EXTENDED INTERVIEW: Jon Grinspan on the history of partisanship in America (YouTube Video)
Intense and even violent political discourse in America is not a new development. In this extended interview, historian Jon Grinspan, a curator at the Smithsonian Institution and author of “The Age of Acrimony: How Americans Fought to Fix Their Democracy, 1865-1915,” talks with CBS News’ John Dickerson about traditional forms of politicking that were prevalent after the Civil War; how reformists in the early 20th century brought about a less ugly form of politics, and a different way for voters to identify themselves with parties; and why, today, those ugly trends are making a return. 
READ AN EXCERPT: “The Age of Acrimony”
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“HERE COMES THE SUN”: Actress Gwyneth Paltrow and “For the Birds” exhibit (Video)
Actress and entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow sits down with Tracy Smith to discuss turning 50, her acting career, and her lifestyle brand, Goop. Then, Martha Teichner travels to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden to experience an exhibit called “For the Birds.” 
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First published on October 21, 2022 / 1:44 PM
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