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CBS SUNDAY MORNING is the top-rated Sunday morning news program in all the key demos, and features stories on the arts, music, nature, entertainment, sports, history, science, Americana and highlights unique human accomplishments and achievements

Customer Reviews

Ads are too loud!

I am fine with hearing ads on a free podcast, but do they have to be twice as loud and jarring? I have to frantically grab for the volume to keep from losing my hearing. Moreover, Sunday Morning is a calm, peaceful show. The spastic ads for sports programming is a huge turnoff.


Play dot it. Play dot it. Play dot itPlay dot it. Play dot it. Play dot it. Play dot it. Must... Have ...Play dot it. Please make your ads louder. Nothing better than to be listening to a nice gentle story with the nice velvet voice of Charles Osgood. And then be immediately be assaulted by a Play dot it ad. Thank you so much. Il be deleting you now.


To equate the great game of baseball with Trump is the end. Must every story on CBS be a commercial for the least qualified candidate for President? The biggest complaint of hiring managers are people who apply for positions they have no qualifications to do. In other words, dreamers with no sense of reality. I turned the show off after this story was aired. Usually a great show but on political coverage, disappointing.