​This week on "Sunday Morning" (March 19)

The 77-year-old veteran race car driver hasn’t let a thing like age get in the way of his thirst for speed.

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Last Updated Mar 19, 2017 7:13 AM EDT

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Host: Jane Pauley

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MUSIC:
 Remembering Chuck Berry: A rock ‘n’ roll pioneer | Watch Video
The godfather of rock ‘n’ roll played on into his 90th year, and his influence never aged. Anthony Mason offers an appreciation of Chuck Berry, who died Saturday.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: From 1972: Chuck Berry on his first hit, “Maybellene”
In 1972 CBS News’ Charles Osgood asked Chuck Berry about how the rock legend first got into the business with Chess Records in the 1950s with his first hit, “Maybellene,” the influences on his music, and his influence on other musicians.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Chuck Berry on retirement: “There’s no such thing”
Rock legend Chuck Berry, who died on Saturday at age 90, was performing up until the end. In 1972 CBS News’ Charles Osgood asked Berry about the prospects of his retiring, and the origin of his trademark “duck walk.”

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Denmark was named the Happiest Country in the World in 2016.

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COVER STORY: Welcome to the happiest country on Earth | Watch Video
And no, it’s not the United States. In fact, large portions of the happiest nation also suffer from alcoholism and depression. Faith Salie reports on the measures used to determine a society’s level of happiness.

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ALMANAC:
The Falklands War | Watch Video
On March 19, 1982, a small group of Argentine civilians planted their country’s flag on a South Atlantic Island, sparking a battle over the remote British territory. Jane Pauley reports.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: CBS News coverage of the end of the Falklands War (Video)

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A few of the stars of the city’s Golden Age of neon, long since gone from the Strip, have been preserved, as Las Vegas’ Neon Museum.

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SIN CITY: The Neon Museum: Saving the bright lights of Las Vegas | Watch Video
A few stars of the city’s Golden Age of neon, long since gone from the Strip, have been preserved. Lee Cowan reports.

FROM THE ARCHIVES: The ever-changing Vegas Strip (VIDEO)
The brilliant lights of Sin City have marked an oasis in the Nevada Desert since the 1930s, when Las Vegas first became synonymous with gambling, entertainment and nightlife. Correspondent Larry Bowen talks with architectural historian Alan Hess and casino owner Steve Wynn about the city that never stops reinventing (and rebuilding) itself. Originally broadcast on “Sunday Morning” on December 24, 1993.

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Designer Betsey Johnson with correspondent Serena Altschul.

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FASHION: Betsey Johnson: Fashion’s free spirit | Watch Video
A Betsey Johnson fashion show can seem a bit like a three-ring circus with as much action behind-the-scenes as there is on the runway. And every show concludes with Johnson’s signature move: A cartwheel on the runway.

It’s no small feat for the 74-year-old designer. Since the 1960s, the maniacally free-spirited New York designer’s clothes have been the uniform for folks that didn’t want to look like everyone else. Serena Altschul gets a glimpse into Johnson’s world.

GALLERY: Betsey Johnson on the runway

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Marie Kondo

POSTCARD FROM TOKYO: Marie Kondo is cleaning up | Watch Video
It’s time for spring cleaning! And who better to instruct us than New York Times bestselling author Marie Kondo, internationally renowned for lessons on how to “de-clutter” your life? 

Lucy Craft meets up with one very tidy lady.

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HARTMAN:
 Generous restaurateur receives a priceless gift (Video)
For years Anaheim restaurant owner Bruno Serato has helped feed poor kids at the local Boys and Girls Club, even practically going broke in the process. He may have thought his generosity was ended when his White House Restaurant burned down, but then he received a surprise. Steve Hartman, who first interviewed Serato back in 2010, returned to discover another lesson in compassion.

       
SUNDAY PROFILE:
Mario Andretti: “Without adrenaline I’d die” | Watch Video
The 77-year-old veteran race car driver hasn’t let a thing like age get in the way of his thirst for speed.

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OPINION:
Jim Gaffigan on winter sports | Watch Video
‘Tis the season for misery masquerading as sport, according to the comedian and “Sunday Morning” contributor.

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Irish chef and cooking teacher Darina Allen.

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ST. PATRICK’S DAY: A food revolution in Ireland | Watch Video
She’s renowned as the “Julia Child of Ireland.” Cookbook author and teacher Darina Allen, founder of the Ballymaloe Cookery School in County Cork, is a proponent of the “slow food movement.” She offers some pointers to Martha Teichner. 

RECIPES: Variations on Irish soda bread and scones from Darina Allen’s Ballymaloe Cookery School

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CALENDAR:
Week of March 20 | Watch Video
“Sunday Morning” takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

      
NATURE:
  Cactus (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning at the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in southwestern Arizona. Videographer: Carl Mrozek.

       
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PASSAGE:
Two soaring spirits
“Sunday Morning” remembers architect Hugh Hardy and blues harmonica player James Cotton.

      
NATURE UP CLOSE:
Texas wildflowers
          


        
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