Sunday (August 13, 2023) The search for the next deadly virus capable of jumping from wild animals to people; Sona Jobarteh, the first female virtuoso player of a centuries-old West African instrument called the kora; and the popularity of the World Cup Panini stickers.
The August 13 edition of “60 Minutes cbs” airs at 7:00PM ET on CBS. You can watch previous episodes on Paramount+. and CBS.com. Segments have been added to this previously broadcasted episode. These previously broadcast segments have been updated for this post-season edition.
Silicon Valley Scandal
Ina and David Steiner, authors of a newsletter that reported on players in the e-commerce business – Craigslist, eBay and Etsy – sit down for their first interview with 60 MINUTES. Sharyn Alfonsi speaks with the couple who were stalked and harassed with violent threats directed by eBay senior managers in an attempt to stop the Steiners’ news reporting. Michael Rey is the producer.
Michael Rey is the producer.
Bill Whitaker travels across the great plains of the American prairie to a vast grassland that one nonprofit is trying to transform into the largest nature reserve in the lower 48 states – bigger than Yellowstone and Glacier national parks combined. The idea of restoring a wildlife ecosystem that once teemed with buffalo and other native species is welcomed by Native American neighbors, but many local cattle ranchers are skeptical.
Rome Hartman is the producer.
Anderson Cooper profiles one of the greatest war photographers of all time, James Nachtwey, who is now 75 and still risking his life to capture important images of suffering and sacrifice, heroism and beauty, in dark and dangerous places around the world. For the last 40 years, Nachtwey has photographed nearly every major conflict, including wars in Bosnia and Afghanistan, the genocide in Rwanda and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
Denise Schrier Cetta is the producer.