“Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley hosts “Forever Young: Searching for the Fountain of Youth,” a one-hour primetime special exploring the wonders, rewards, and challenges of growing older, to air on CBS Sunday, November 28 at 10 p.m. ET/PT, and to stream on Paramount+. Searching for a fountain of youthLife expectancy has increased in recent decades, but researchers are looking for ways to further slow the aging process. Correspondent Lee Cowan looks into recent developments in the study of extending human life, and efforts to ward off disease by targeting the biology of aging itself. For more info: The Sinclair Lab, Department of Genetics, Harvard Medical School “Lifespan: Why We Age – and Why We Don’t Have To” by David A. Sinclair, Ph.D., with Matthew D. LaPlante (Atria Books), in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via Amazon and Indiebound Dr. Nir Barzilai, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Bronx, N.Y. The Longevity Genes Project, Institute for Aging Research, Albert Einstein College of Medicine Targeting Aging with Metformin (TAME) Trial “Age Later: Health Span, Life Span, and the New Science of Longevity” by Nir Barzilai, M.D. (St. Martin’s Press), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via Amazon and Indiebound National Institute on Aging Morgan Levine, Ph.D., Department of Pathology, Yale Medical School Laboratory for Aging in Living Systems (ALIS), Yale Medical School “True Age: Cutting-Edge Research to Help Turn Back the Clock” by Morgan Levine, Ph.D. (Avery), coming in May 2022 Sharon Frazier, movement therapist Dog Aging Project This scene at an Italian café may not seem remarkable, until you know their ages; they’re each 100 years old. CBS News Living to 100: One island’s remarkable record of centenariansTucked in the mountains of the Italian island of Sardinia is the village of Villagrande, which has one of the highest concentration of centenarians in the world. Seth Doane talks with researchers studying this unusual bastion of longevity, and with residents to uncover their secrets to a long life. For more info: Longevity Institute at the Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, University of Southern California, Los Angeles Actress Candice Bergen. CBS News Candice Bergen: One of a kindBorn to Hollywood royalty, the actress and model Candice Bergen found her greatest talent in comedy, as the Oscar-nominated star of “Starting Over” and a five-time Emmy-winner for “Murphy Brown.” Candice Bergen talked with “Sunday Morning” anchor Jane Pauley about finding new wellsprings of confidence at age 75, as well as the privilege of being a doting grandmother. HereAfter Avatars that tell your story after you’re goneCompanies are creating bots, holograms and video renditions that will enable you to “talk” to succeeding generations. Correspondent David Pogue looks into how technology is giving some people virtual immortality. For more info: HereAfter StoryFile Japanese-American National Museum, Los Angeles Naked mole-rats can live 40 years, more than 10 times longer than a normal rat. CBS News What animals might teach us about living longerFrom naked mole-rats and elephants to tortoises and macaws, many animals have traits that help them avoid the damage that aging, or cancer, causes in humans. Correspondent Martha Teichner visits the Birmingham Zoo in Alabama to observe some of Nature’s most resilient creatures. For more info: Steven Austad, University of Alabama Birmingham Birmingham Zoo Calico Life Sciences Cryonics: Putting your future plans on iceIn an Arizona laboratory, the bodies of nearly 200 people, who are legally dead, are being stored in liquid nitrogen, to be kept frozen until scientists in the future can possibly revive them. Correspondent Luke Burbank visits the Alcor Corporation, where some very patient patients are being held for an uncertain future, and talks with a neuroethicist about the lethal and moral propriety of cryonics. For more info: Alcor Corporation Nita Farahany, Duke law School, Duke University Solving the puzzle of female longevityIn nearly every country in the world, women outlive men. Correspondent Nancy Giles talks with researchers trying to understand why there is a longevity gap, answers to which could ultimately help us all. For more info: The Modern Widows Club Dr. Janine Austin Clayton, director, Research on Women’s Health, National Institutes of Health Dr. Thomas Perls, New England Centenarian Study, Boston University’s School of Medicine Livingto100.com: Life Expectancy Calculator Integrative Longevity Omics New England Centenarian Study, Boston University School of Medicine Comedian Billy Crystal. CBS News At 73, Billy Crystal is just warming upSeems that comedian Billy Crystal has always enjoyed playing old, like in 1987’s “The Princess Bride.” Actually getting old? Not so much. But it will be less of a stretch for the now-73-year-old to play an aging comic in the upcoming Broadway musical, “Mr. Saturday Night.” Correspondent Tracy Smith finds out how Crystal stays so youthful. For More Info: “Mr. Saturday Night,” coming in March 2022 to the Nederlander Theatre, New York City | Ticket info Follow Billy Crystal on Twitter The pursuit of wisdomDoes older really mean wiser? Wisdom may be gained with age but, researchers say, you have to go after it. Correspondent Susan Spencer looks at what accounts for the accumulation of wisdom, which can represent a freedom and creativity unknown to our younger selves. For more info: accidentalicon.com (Lyn Slater) Follow Lyn Slater on Instagram Dr. Dilip Jeste, University of California, San Diego The San Diego Wisdom Scale Laura Carstensen, Stanford Center on Longevity, Stanford University Jim Gaffigan on the perils of aging gracefullyThe comedian discusses his less-than-graceful attainment of years, and its effects on his knees. For more info: jimgaffigan.com Follow @JimGaffigan on Twitter The Emmy Award-winning “CBS Sunday Morning” is broadcast on CBS Sundays beginning at 9:00 a.m. ET. Executive producer is Rand Morrison. DVR Alert! Find out when “Sunday Morning” airs in your city “Sunday Morning” also streams on CBSN beginning at 10:30 a.m. ET. Full episodes of “Sunday Morning” are now available to watch on demand on CBSNews.com, CBS.com and Paramount+, including via Apple TV, Android TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon FireTV/FireTV stick and Xbox. 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