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On this week's CBS Sunday Morning Roxana Saberi looks at how Putin's war has increased interest in underground shelters. Also, Seth Doane reports on preparations for the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.
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Learn email@example.com. I'm Zane Pauling and this is when Russia first invaded Ukraine there much larger military expected fighting would be brief that they would conquer Ukraine within weeks. Of course that didn't happen. Instead Ukrainian forces have fought back fiercely, even launching a successful counterattack this past week, forcing the Russians to retreat, which raises a troubling question how far might a desperate Vladimir Putin be willing to go the nuclear option actually be on the table that looming threat has led some to seek refuge in a relic of the Cold War.
Roxana Sadberry explains why what's old is new again and back in the 1950s and 60s the world was trying to figure out what to do and where to go. In the event of catastrophe through the very least, now it's aim some of us are going back to the future 1 feet underground in the English countryside Cold War bunkers like this are suddenly getting a lot of attention, both here and in the United States had on Sunday morning. Boy meets girl, it's an age-old storyline and romantic comedies, but what happens when boy meets boy Jonathan Figley Oddi speaks with actor and comedian Billy Eichinger about his pioneering new movie you asking me out about or whatever your goal, comedian and actor Billy Eichinger has cowritten and stars in a major Hollywood column featuring two Gmail leaves what he think it's taken this long for a movie like this to them in a romantic comedy finally being the real answer to that is that the world, including Hollywood has been very homophobic Billy Eichinger make some movie history ahead on Sunday morning. Tracy Smith puts on her running shoes this morning and takes us along for a look at a new season of the amazing race you're about to embark on a race around 21 years hundred countries and a million plus miles. The amazing race. Still, the ultimate endurance test.
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This Sunday morning for September 18, 2022 will be back after this the Cold War. Pres. Kennedy famously called for a fallout shelter for everyone. Thousands were built.
Thankfully, none were ever used for their intended purpose.
But now Roxana Sadberry tells us bomb shelters are back. We all got and they now seem quaint, even absurd duck. Cover tightly against the wall with public-service films from the 1950s and 60s teaching children how to protect themselves from a nuclear blast and showing families that they too can build a cozy bunker of their barrio is very Cold War thawed bunker mania stated that is, until recently the tide of war in Ukraine turning against Russia.
The threat of a desperate Vladimir Putin resorting to nuclear weapons to win at all costs is no longer so far-fetched. Counterstrike will be instantaneous. Talk about at Devcon underground bunkers near Kansas City, Missouri co-owners Ryan Aland Cory Hubbard say around those inquiries turn into sales will just all Americans there expecting like Amazon prime service or something across the United States and Europe. Other manufacturers told us they've never seen such high demand. Despite the high prices they say pretty much whatever you can imagine and pay for, they can build at Devcon shelters start at $75,000. How safe is a bunker like the one you're standing in for all is not in the federal government provides only guidelines, not regulations for building underground bunkers. So it's up to buyers to do their homework need for this kind of protection is new to our joy time the stock is now back in 1961 Pres. John F. Kennedy asked Congress to designate and stock public fallout shelters today start a band that's partly because if the worst does happen, there's no guarantee they work the most significant thing. The last size and even the smallest nuclear weapon is 10 times the size of the largest conventional weapon.
Patricia Lewis is a security expert at the London-based Chatham House think tank and a former UN disarmament research director get instant radiation can get heat scientists huge wins essay a large part of the city old the area in which I was talking to be uninhabitable.
That's why she warns. Not every shelter will save you unless he was hiding and forcing people to stand them down there for a long time, but think about what you would encounter. Afterwards, I think that's that's the thing. This is why the prevention of mutual is by far the most sensible way forward in Britain most of the Cold War relics have also been sealed up or sold off some even transformed into a wine cellar café and a museum like this one hidden under a hill just outside London.
You would be in here for a fuel three months or six months however long it took. What else outside now owned by Mike Parrish that shelter was built in 1952 to keep 600 civil and military personnel safe in control so we can communication if the Soviets attacked imagined in this staged announcement lately, people are seeing this museum in a whole new light. About 20 quarries so far from people who bought comp so for the right price, you would offer space to rent for Mike Parrish though family comes first and it's serious business.
If there is a nuclear incident. What do you plan to do well on plan to local tools with me inside you and your family.
Me and my family is like a waiting list. Okay, do you have a list. Have you written out and not sure about sharing. Then there are countries like Finland that have never let their guard down. Shelters are practically everywhere, some doubling as fools or playgrounds and in Switzerland, a country of roughly 8 1/2 million people. There is room for around 9 million to shelter the idea is to over 50 people each rooms many things four through 200 people so is the gay engineers that drink the VA says these days residents are on match from people are afraid really afraid the right. We walked to the shoals of the field or prepare your getting more inquiries than before you got here by law. Everyone has to have access to one in their community or like Foss was her candid in their basement.
Okay, this is no open door. Yes, that is very calming people persons for you also have a lot of Weinstock yes I walked her enough for a few days down in the meantime, back at Devcon coming what would you say to somebody who says you guys are making money off of people's fears were hopefully your products will never be tested on Pres. Biden and First Lady Joe Biden arrived in London last night to join scores of world leaders for Monday's history making events. It's been a week of ceremony and ritual for Queen Elizabeth II, United Kingdom prepares for her funeral tomorrow at Westminster Abbey. Mark Phillips has the latest on Charles III as he prepares to say goodbye to his mother and make his mark as King, but first such stone reports on a nation in mourning grandchildren. Both princes honoring their grandmother. The Queen this vigil yesterday yet again mixed grand spectacle in personal grief. The reputation of Britain is the summation of stiff upper lips. I think the Queen's death. We've shown that we go to will below one as well. John Sobel was a longtime anchor with the BBC.
We met not far from work. Queen Elizabeth II is been lying in state at Westminster Hall ahead of tomorrow's funeral. It's going to be a grand occasion, the likes of which we have not seen in this country since Winston took a funeral in 1965. That was the last state funeral here.
The UK is not buried at sovereign since his father George VI 1952. Plans for this were incredibly detailed, called the operation London bridge and the operation has swung into gear planning two decades with consideration of every detail altering flight schedules to ensure quiet bouquets included clippings from the beans property Imperial state crown was on display in Wednesday's precisely timed procession atop a coffin fashioned from oak from a royal estate. The pageantry is quite incredible.
I when I see that pageantry there is little part of me feels this immense pride they should.
The rich history, have to build this, there's a little pot knew that with so many costumes sitting in a wardrobe somewhere, waiting to be brought out on this occasion. These images can be interpreted in different ways is Pauline McLaren and that's the double-edged sword of reinforcing their tradition through our home, pageantry and rituals like because for many people it is a reminder of Britain's imperial past, afternoon tea, the University of London marketing professor noted while early poles have been positive for the Royals. This may be a honeymoon. We need to separate the support for the Queen from the support of the monarchy.
I come from Northern Ireland so that monarchy has always been more problematic. There this past week the king traveled to Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales countries making up the always United Kingdom 2014 independence referendum Scotland nearly defeated, you could end up with is Great Britain is it sometimes cold. Not looking so great when we go Scotland.
We lost Northern Ireland just left with a rub Wales and you think that's more of a possibility. Now with the King Charles and it was the Queen Elizabeth yes because I think that the Queen T.
Does this amazing viscous glue around the separate parts of the United Kingdom together. Today's mass morning reminded John Sobel of a description of Churchill's funeral when it seemed London had two rivers, the Thames in the sea of people paying tribute funeral here tomorrow Westminster Abbey is expected to be the biggest gathering of dignitaries and heads of state and members of European royal families in decades sendoff salute on a grand scale. This is something seems to happen.
Charles car without having the waiting politicians seeking votes away even though kings are elected Charles III is been on a bit of a charm offensive lightning of the monarchy.
For more approachability.
Robert Lacey is a royal historian. I think the big change is in the public on the willingness to forgive Charles falsehood and the possible criticized the new King's image has had a bumpy ride.
Over the years never rougher than in the period around his doomed marriage to Princess Diana. What is reputation for being uncomfortable with the emotional side of life was evident from the start.
I'm sure you is rehabilitation after Diana's death, and particularly the normalizing of his relationship with his longtime partner Camilla took planning effort and time PR guru Patty Harbison was brought in, very proud of what everyone you think he was unfairly treated. Yes I'm in front of a live level scrutiny, but it's possible to Charles's marriage to Camilla in the Queen's declaration that she be made Queen consort, gave official endorsement to the new Royal order, but there have been other issues for the new King to address who hasn't gotten annoyed that we keep him when it happens. King it goes viral and it reinforces an enduring image of a prince of privilege. The fountain pen incidents on people's scratch. Charles still believes, but it's still the same guy.
The matter how much gladhanding is doing since Prince Charles is evident. 10 counties of voltage if he makes a clear effort. The people acknowledge, overcome his imperfections because that's one of the things that moment disposed to do so naïve as to believe that better human beings.
The loss history clearly demonstrates the culture. King Charles is major test whether to continue the outreach to Prince Harry and Megan whether to continue Prince Andrews royal isolation and perhaps the biggest test whether he can sue the nation the way his mother did Queen and grandmother, for example, when Princess Diana died past myself. However, Charles defines his reign. One thing won't change the whole world will still be watching the birds sit and wonder at the interest that America has in this whole wall story.
We put some not surprised. But the whole world should be fascinated by history and pageantry discipleship scandal and personal soap opera character of the British monarchy, but we do sometimes wonder why the next Americans went to so much trouble to get rid of Joseph should be so fascinated in the antics of his descendents as a magazine.
That's right at home in homes across America and it's turning 100 with Serena Altschuler.
We page through the history of Better Homes & Gardens here in the middle of the city of Des Moines, Iowa half-acre of green where head gardener Sandra Curtis Rose new plants of every description. The peppers are now smaller so you can put them in hanging baskets or large containers and still have your edible garden. It's the Better Homes & Gardens test garden a vital part of the iconic magazine now celebrating its 100th anniversary study landscape here with lots of perennials and wildflowers dry area here with grasses lots a hostage was not alive when you get so much color you know these patterns of all the season or is editor-in-chief. I think the reason this magazine remains its relevancy with the whole country is that it's in Des Moines, Iowa. It's in the middle of the country in this magazine really is grounded in trying to cover and speak to all Americans.
It's DNA is deeply here. It really informs every aspect of what we're doing here cauliflower. Besides the test garden. There are test kitchens, where every recipe is prepared so this is a fun Patty Mandel bread and a little worried about it. It's a little soft because of the amount of sprinkles we have inside that makes it so and tasted like biscotti, yet a little bit more about her first time. For I don't know that I would change that and talk about was it hard to make as a tasted food editor Jan Miller started in the test kitchen 25 years ago.
This is great in her office, a collection of Better Homes & Gardens cookbooks, red plaid sister term of endearment.
A beloved staple in American homes for more than 90 years so this was the very first book is called my Better Homes & Gardens could, but it came out in 1930 to raise some much needed cash.
During the depression was as a premium and so if you sent in a dollar you got the magazine subscription for two years and got this book. So what a deal. The magazine was founded in 1922 by Edwin T Meredith Des Moines entrepreneur and secretary of agriculture under Woodrow Wilson as a companion to his successful farming magazine is a businessman at the end of the day, so he has an audience of male farmers. He starts pulling and their wives. It soon became a mainstay in American homes and the foundation of the Meredith Corporation's sprawling media empire. This is the first cover 1922. A very long way from its humble beginnings as a little magazine called fruit garden and home. It's an odd name right that the pages there's a lot of the name was changed in 1924. The name Better Homes & Gardens came from a local neighborhood association here. It was their tagline.
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We Have a Couple of Big Kisses and King Charles I and Were Talking about the Actual Remains Yes. Under the Spot. Yes, It's Quite the Full Working in a Place like This. Over the Years. They Sung All Kinds of Historic Real Events. Prince Harry's Wedding, Funeral Homes Will That's the Queens Husband Who Died Last Year and for Hundreds of Years. Only Men Saying in the St. George's Chapel Choir, but Last Year It Admitted Women for the First Time in the Queens Six Followed Suit by Welcoming Lessee, Paul Knew She Was Right for Hot Stuff Tossing and Then That's the Reason Everything Cultural Question Two. You're Coming into a Pro-Culture of Its Kind, the Breakout Will Sung or the Queen. Is There Some Concern about UR Representatives of the Royalty We Take over Terracing and Response Ability Refill for Us As Well As Having Some with It Because of… Humans.
Tom February the Queens Six Will Release a New Album and Perform Live at New York City's Town Hall. It's a Vocation and It's a Lifestyle Rather Than Not Five Job and We Do It Because We Love It and We Get Fulfillment from Spiritually or Musically Old Will above Summer between Six Offered a Special Treat.
You Might Be Familiar with the CBS Sunday Morning a Trumpet Fanfare Called Boston Self. I Couldn't Resist Writing Something Special for the Group to Sing in Windsor Castle. Our Commentary Comes from Journalist Rachel of These New Book Strangers to Ourselves Focuses on the Challenges Faced by Those Struggling with Mental Illness. When I Talk to People with Mental Often Struck by How Hard It Is for Them to What It Feels like Once a Young Woman Told Me That Trying to Describe Her Symptoms, Was like Trying to Explain What the Fark Sounds like to Someone Who's Never Heard of Dog Another Person Who Had Just Been Diagnosed with Schizophrenia Told Me She Started Her Diagnosis in the DSM Manual for Mental Disorders.
Her Experience of Illness Felt so Hard to Pin down That She Worried She Was Certainly Adjusting Her Own Behavior to Affect the Way It Had Been Classified for Some People Getting a Diagnosis and Being Told That They Have a Brain-based Disorder Can Feel Healing and Liberating but We May Overlook the Role of These Explanations in Our Lives We Can Shape Our Identities and Our Expectations for the Future, like the People I've Written about.
I've Also Gone through a Period of Illness That Felt Nearly Impossible to Classify When I Was Six I Stopped for Three Days and My Pediatrician Put Me in a Hospital That Treated Patients with Anorexia More Than a Decade Older Than Me and Became Especially Close with One of Them Who I Saw As a Kind of Mentor As an Adult I Learned about the Path That Her Life Had Taken after We Were Hospitalized and He Was Shaken First to Discover How Similar Our Stories Were at the Time, and Second to Realize How Our Lives Had Feared in Such Different Directions Are Outcomes Seem Tenuous and Perhaps Arbitrary. I Felt As If She Could Have Lived My Life I Have Lived Her Psychiatrist Have a Limited Understanding of Why One Person's Illness Becomes a Kind of Life Sentence and Another Person with the Same Diagnosis Moves on Answering This Question, I Think, Requires That We Pay More Attention to the Individual Stories to Which People Find Meaning for Themselves. There Stories That Save Us and Stories That Trap Us in the Midst of an Illness That Can Be Very Hard to Know Which Rents, Thank You for Listening. Please Join Us When Our Trumpet Sounds Again Next Sunday Morning, Drew Barrymore, All My Goodness, I Want to Tell You about Our New Shout to His Knees and Each Episode Nina Weekly Gastric and Other Quirky Find Inspiring and Informative Stories That Exist on the Ball Because Well and Maybe You Do to from the Newest Interior Design Trend Barbie Car to the Right and Wrong Way to Wash Her Arm. Also Getting the Things That You Just I Know Will Probably Not Able to Do in Daytime Television so Watch out.
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