Some … of many: Remembering victims of coronavirus
They are our friends and neighbors, people of renown or just regular people. “Sunday Morning” takes a moment to remember just a few of the victims of the coronavirus pandemic.
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NYC’s Potter’s field on Hart Island
Hart Island, located in Long Island Sound, is where the City of New York inters the unknown, the unclaimed, or those too poor to afford a burial. It’s the largest Potter’s field in the country, one which is now the final resting place for scores of COVID-19 victims. “48 Hours” correspondent Erin Moriarty made a pilgrimage to the site now much in the news, with a woman whose infant daughter was laid to rest there 42 years ago.
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Jim Gaffigan on being a news consumer
The comedian, now in Week 6 of quarantine with his wife and five children, discusses his diet of ‘round-the-clock news about (what else?) coronavirus.
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The Killers perform “Blowback”
Superstar band The Killers is performing for this week’s Saturday Sessions. The platinum-selling group from Las Vegas made their debut with their 2004 album “Hot Fuss,” which went on to become a global hit. They have since seen their music reach number one on U.K. and U.S. charts, and have sold over 28 million albums. Their latest album, “Imploding the Mirage,” will be out in May 2020. Here they perform “Blowback” from the new album, recorded in a Utah studio.
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Julie Andrews on her book podcast
“It’s like a very surreal science fiction movie in a way,” says Dame Julie Andrews of the current pandemic. But this week the actress who has co-authored dozens of children’s books with her daughter, Emma Walton Hamilton, debuts a comforting new children’s book podcast, “Julie’s Library.” Correspondent Tracy Smith talks with Andrews and Hamilton about their series, in which families can hear favorite stories read in a very familiar voice.
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