"Today We March"
Vladimir Zworykin: Charles Osgood notes the birthday of "the father of television," Vladimir Zworykin.
(Originally aired March 26, 2005)
Before Surrealism, before Abstractionism, there was DADA. In response to the horrors of World War I, some European artists decided that if the rules of civilization could produce the carnage in the trenches, then all rules should be challenged. DADA pushed the boundaries of art, flouting its very forms; championing spontaneity, absurdity, and free will. The art world would be the same. CBS News Correspondent Rita Braver visits the DADA exhibit which has traveled to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
David Edelstein on Michael Mann and "Miami Vice"
(Originally aired April 2, 2006)
Charles Osgood introduces us to the world of miniature books.
NORAD’s Cheyenne Mountain
Diana’s Dress: Richard Roth meets the couple who designed Lady Diana Spencer’s wedding dress.
SONGS OF SUMMER
Jon Bon Jovi
Mo Rocca on the Middle East
"Rock, Scissors, Paper": John Blackstone goes the Roshambo Winery for the U.S. Rock, Paper, Scissors Tournament.
Brigham City, Utah at the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.