Sunday (December 25, 2022) the hit CBS News series “60 Minutes” returns with another all-new episode
Sharyn Alfonsi visits the home of the “Barefoot Contessa” – New York Times bestselling cookbook author Ina Garten – and follows her journey from her early days working at the White House to becoming a successful businesswoman, Food Network TV host and one of America’s most celebrated cooks. Garten talks to Alfonsi about how the pandemic inspired her latest cookbook and offers advice to home cooks.
Produced by Michael Karzis.
Whither Ye Olde English Pub
The pandemic forced most English pubs to close for more than a year. The number of pubs was already in decline, and many wondered if COVID-19 would be their final death blow. When pubs re-opened last summer, Jon Wertheim toured these bastions of English culture to see what their future may look like. Michael Gavshon is the producer.
Michael Gavshon is the producer.
Sona And The Kora
Lesley Stahl profiles Sona Jobarteh, the first female virtuoso player of a centuries-old West African instrument called the kora. With 21 strings, it’s described as a cross between a harp, lute and guitar. The kora is part of a musical tradition passed down exclusively from father to son in a special set of families in West Africa. Jobarteh, who is 39 years old, descends from one of those griot families – she’s the daughter of a Gambian father and a British mother. Jobarteh argues that by breaking tradition, she is keeping it alive, and she’s gained acceptance in the toughest place of all: The Gambia, with a hit song that’s become the country’s unofficial anthem. Shari Finkelstein is the producer.
Shari Finkelstein are the producers
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