Sunday (October 16, 2022) the hit CBS News series “60 Minutes” returns with another episode
The Lost Souls of Bucha
Scott Pelley returns to the Ukrainian town of Bucha to meet with the families of the victims found in a mass grave behind St. Andrew’s Orthodox Church. Pelley speaks with locals who negotiated with the Russians to gain access to the dead bodies and dig the grave. He also talks to a Bucha resident who lost his family in a Russian attack.
Produced by Maria Gavrilovic and Alex Ortiz
The Power of Grimsby
With a combined threat of climate change and the ongoing war in Ukraine triggering a possible global energy crisis, clean and renewable energy is having a moment. 60 MINUTES travels to the old fishing town of Grimsby, England, where the world’s largest offshore wind farm now powers millions of homes a day in the U.K. Correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi looks at how the wind turbines work, the growing industry of offshore wind and how the once distressed town of Grimsby has evolved into the new offshore clean energy powerhouse of Europe.
Ashley Velie is the producer.
Correspondent Jon Wertheim spends time with NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders (“Coach Prime”), who is putting the football program at Jackson State, a historically Black university in Jackson, Miss., back on the map by recruiting top talent and dominating games. Wertheim speaks with Sanders about his decision to coach at the HBCU following the murder of George Floyd, the economic realities of his program while tackling his own health issues and whether he’d consider coaching in the NFL.
Draggan Mihailovich is the producer. Video posted above
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