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Coming up: Aaron Neville, Holland Taylor and "What to Expect . . ."

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March 01, 2013
Coming up: Aaron Neville, Holland Taylor and "What to Expect . . . "

Growing up in New Orleans, music was a lifeline for singer Aaron Neville. Both with the Neville Brothers and as a solo musician, his soothing voice became an FM radio staple with hits like "Tell It Like It Is" and "Don't Know Much." Anthony Mason travels to the Big Easy to chat with Neville about his hometown, his life and his music.

It isn't easy being Charlie Sheen's mother, not even playing her on TV. But that's just one of the roles acclaimed actress Holland Taylor has tackled in her long career, from "Two and a Half Men" to "The Practice." Now, Taylor is heading to Broadway in "Ann," a one-woman show about legendary Texas Governor Ann Richards. Rita Braver sits down with Holland Taylor for a Q&A.

For generations, expectant mothers had to rely on friends and family for information and advice about what to expect while they were expecting. Then in 1984 Heidi Murkoff and Sharon Mazel released a book that quickly became the Bible of pregnancy and a runaway bestseller, the aptly-titled, "What to Expect When You're Expecting." Tracy Smith visits with Heidi Murkoff to talk about her personal experience as a mother -- and now, as an expectant grandmother.

We'll also report on the Pope's farewell, and remember acclaimed pianist Van Cliburn.

Those stories and more this "Sunday Morning." Listen for the trumpet!
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