Host: Jane Pauley COVER STORY: Back to the office (maybe)Sixty percent of working Americans say, ideally, they’ll work from home or remotely at least part of the time post-pandemic. But will employees be able to decide if, or how frequently, they can skip the commute? And how will we adjust to being co-workers in an office once again? Correspondent Susan Spencer looks at how one company anticipates the challenges of a new work environment, and with experts who say it’s important for our productivity, and our mental health, to head back to the office. For more info: Ford “How to Be Yourself: Quiet Your Inner Critic and Rise Above Social Anxiety” by Ellen Hendriksen, Ph.D. (St. Martin’s Press), in Hardcover, Trade Paperback, eBook and Audio formats, available via Amazon and Indiebound ellenhendriksen.com “The Art of Happiness” with Arthur Brooks Arthur Brooks: “How to Build a Life” (Column in The Atlantic) “In Pursuit of Happiness”: Virtual event at The Atlantic, May 20, 2021 | Free Registration “Shorter Than the Day” by Sarah Sze, 2020. Nicholas Knight, courtesy of the artist; LaGuardia Gateway Partners; Public Art Fund, NY. © Sarah Sze ART: A new airport art installation takes offSarah Sze has created public art for display in New York City before, but never of this magnitude: a 50-foot-tall, five-ton constellation of images of the city she loves, in the newly-revamped Terminal B of LaGuardia International Airport. Correspondent David Pogue talks with Sze about her airborne sculpture, titled “Shorter Than the Day,” that serves as a welcome for visitors to the Big Apple. For more info: “Shorter Than the Day” by Sarah Sze (amuneal.com) Sarah Sze, Columbia University School of the Arts RADIO: NPR turns 50On May 3, 1971, the National Public Radio news program “All Things Considered” premiered. To mark NPR’s 50th anniversary, correspondent Faith Salie interviews some of the network’s leading voices, including Susan Stamberg, Audie Cornish and Eric Deggans, and talks with other network veterans who blazed a trail in radio programming, and who continue to reinvent news and storytelling, including “This American Life” host Ira Glass. For more info: National Public Radio Podcast: “Consider This” (NPR) “This American Life” (NPR) WBUR, Boston Susan Samberg on Twitter Audie Cornish on Twitter Bill Siemering on Twitter Eric Deggans on Twitter “Susan, Linda, Nina & Cokie: The Extraordinary Story of the Founding Mothers of NPR” by Lisa Napoli (Harry N. Abrams), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available via Amazon and Indiebound lisanapoli.com LANGUAGE: Meet Stella, the dog that “talks”Speech-language pathologist Christina Hunger, who helps toddlers behind in their language development by teaching them to use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices to express themselves non-verbally, decided to teach her puppy, a Catahoula and Australian Shepherd mix, to use the device. And the results have been astonishing. Correspondent Nancy Giles reports the fascinating story of Stella, a dog with a lot to say. For more info: “How Stella Learned to Talk: The Groundbreaking Story of the World’s First Talking Dog” by Christina Hunger (William Morrow), in Hardcover, eBook and Audio formats, available May 4 via Amazon and Indiebound Hunger for Words (Christina Hunger) Avaz AAC picture-based communication and learning SPEAKall! (Tablet AAC app from Speak Modalities) Rumble Viral (YouTube) PASSAGE: In memoriam A socially-distanced audience (dramatically so) attends a Flaming Lips concert. CBS News MUSIC: The Flaming Lips: Music and giant bubblesThe psychedelic rock group Flaming Lips have established themselves as one of music’s most prolific (and delightfully weird) bands. And don’t think a global pandemic might have slowed down their creative output. Correspondent Luke Burbank talked with band members Wayne Coyne and Steven Drozd about their latest effort, the Space Bubble Concert, recently held in Oklahoma City, in which the band and audience were sealed into giant bubbles. For more info: The Flaming Lips “American Head” by Flaming Lips HARTMAN: TBD MOVIES: Billy Crystal and Tiffany Haddish on comedy, friendship, and a bat mitzvahBilly Crystal co-wrote, directed and stars in “Here Today,” in which he plays a legendary comedy writer opposite Tiffany Haddish as a young singer – two of the funniest people on the planet here having to deal with a completely un-funny situation. Their on-screen chemistry trades on their very real off-screen bond, as correspondent Tracy Smith learned firsthand. To watch a trailer for “Here Today” click on the video player below: For more info: “Here Today” in theaters beginning May 7 Billy Crystal on Twitter Tiffany Haddish on Twitter POLITICS: Cancel Culture, a new wedge issueSo-called “cancel culture” serves the outrage of both the Left and the Right, and it’s not going away. Senior contributor Ted Koppel explores what it means, for our politics and our society. For more info: Perry Bacon Jr., FiveThirtyEight Carlos Maza, YouTube Leon Botstein, president, Bard College Andrew Sullivan on Twitter Andrew Sullivan: The Weekly Dish (substack.com) COMMENTARY: Jim Gaffigan picks his favorite childThe comedian reveals a secret no father should ever admit: parents do have favorites. But his is a surprise. For more info: jimgaffigan.com Follow @JimGaffigan on Twitter NATURE: Texas bluebonnets 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 9:00 a.m. ET and again at 11:30 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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