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《六十分钟时事杂志》(60 Minutes)2009.6.2.更新2个文件[MP3!]

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中文名六十分钟时事杂志
英文名60 Minutes
版本2009.6.2.更新2个文件[MP3!]
发行时间2009年
地区美国
语言英文
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由于莫名的网络问题, 上传速度一直很不好, 如果有心急的人, 想赶快听到, 而懒得等下载的话, LZ在此呼吁这些人去官网下, 但是我这边还是会持续更新, 在楼下的回复中有好心的人已经贴出了官网的地址, 找不到就去google, 不要什么都来问哈!!! 大家都是大孩子了... 谢谢大家的理解与支持!

Get the biggest scoops and best storytelling on television from 60 Minutes - on your schedule. Now you can listen to the show in its entirety every week. It's posted at 11pm EST on Sunday, the same night it airs on television. 60 Minutes is the most successful broadcast in television history with 82 Emmys under its belt. It won 4 Emmys this year for Ed Bradley's story on the Duke University rape case, Lesley Stahl's piece on ousted Hewlett-Packard chairwoman Patricia Dunn, Scott Pelley's reports on the genocide in Darfur and Mike Wallace's interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. 60 Minutes is also the only show to obtain interviews with every American president from Richard Nixon to George W. Bush. The correspondents and contributors of 60 Minutes are Anderson Cooper, Katie Couric, Steve Kroft, Lara Logan, Scott Pelley, Morley Safer, Bob Simon and Lesley Stahl. Andy Rooney is the broadcast's commentator.

相信大家都知道美国这个有名的六十分钟杂志. 主持人辛辣的问题经常把受访者弄得尴尬不已~ 观看的人暗暗的感到很爽~ 哈哈哈~ 电驴上也有六十分钟杂志的视频版本, 今天发布的是音频版本, 从六十分钟杂志官方podcast上下载下来跟大家分享. 以前的就不找了, 就从去年10.27的开始, 有单个的文件, 也有打包的~今年将会继续给大家带来这个绝好的东西~ 音频的话, 大家可以在上下班的路途上听~ 哈哈哈~ 反正人各有所好~ 相信许多人也会觉得既然有视频的, 我还发音频实在多此一举~ 不过我还是觉得这是很不错的资料~ 而且比视频小得多~ 当然, 还是看大家的偏好了~~ 不管怎样, 都希望大家会支持和喜欢~ 谢谢~

每集介绍:

Economy, T. Boone Pickens, Gorongosa

2008.10.27 Steve Kroft examines the role credit default swaps play in the current economic crisis. Morley Safer speaks with T. Boone Pickens about his proposed energy plan to relieve America's dependence on foreign oil. Scott Pelley speaks with wealthy entrepreneur Greg Carr about his efforts to stabilize Gorongosa, a national park in Mozambique.

Jobs, Narcotics, Brain Power

2008.11.3 Leslie Stahl reports how many military reservists and guardsmen are returning home to demotions and unemployment. Katie Couric speaks with Bill Jakob, the man who fooled a small town into thinking he was a federal agent. Scott Pelley reports on new technology that will help paralyzed people communicate through a computer attached to their brains. Andy Rooney says he wants to hear the Presidential candidates concession speeches.

E-Waste, Obama's Brain Trust, Ted Turner

2008.11.10 Scott Pelley reports on e-waste in China that is illegal and dangerous, but first Steve Croft interviews the people behind Barack Obama's campaign and Morley Safer looks at the life of Ted Turner.

60 MINUTES

2008.11.17 This week on 60 Minutes CBS Correspondent Steve Croft has the first sit-down interview with President-elect Barack Obama since he was elected as the country's 44th President. Andy Rooney comments on the need for the newspaper industry.

Nuclear, Widows, Rex Lewis-Clark

2008.11.27 On this edition of 60 MINUTES Scott Pelley investigates the most serious assault on a nuclear site in South Africa. Bob Simon explains why foreign women who married Americans may have to leave the country if they become widows. Lesley Stahl rekindles the spark with Rex Lewis-Clark, a musical savant born blind and mentally imparied. 60 MINUTES spoke with him three years ago.

Phelps, Silver Star, Gambling

2008.12.1 Anderson Cooper talks with Michael Phelps about his success, Lara Logan reports on Silver Star winner Monica Brown, Steve Croft reports on online gambling and Andy Rooney talks about thriftiness.

60 Minutes Oil Schnabel Saudi Arabia

2008.12.8 On this edition of 60 Minutes Lesley Stahl visits Saudi Arabian oil facilities and speaks with officials who are gearing up to produce more. Morley Safer sits down with painter and Academy Award nominated director Julian Schnabel.

Barney Frank, Economy, Pete Carroll

2008.12.15 Barney Frank, chair of the House Financial Services Committee, tells Lesley Stahl that an auto bailout would benefit people more than car companies. Scott Pelley speaks with investment banker Whitney Tilson about a second wave of toxic mortgages expected to hit the economy. Byron Pitts talks to USC football coach Pete Carroll about his unique coaching style and how he is trying to expand his skills outside the football field. Andy Rooney responds to some letters he's received in the mail.

Schwarzenegger , Airport Security

2008.12.22 On this edition of 60 Minutes Scott Pelley speaks with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger about the state's budget woes. Lesley Stahl interviews airport security consultant Bruce Schneier and Transportation Security Administrator Kip Hawley, who have differing opinions about the value of current security measures. Bob Simon visits a orphanage for abandoned elephants in Kenya and Andy Rooney responds to an influx of Christmas catalogs.

60 Minutes: President-elect Barack Obama

2008.12.29 60 Minutes and CBS News Correspondent Steve Kroft have chronicled President-elect Barack Obama's journey to the White House for close to two years. This week's 60 Minutes includes never-before-seen footage and exclusive interviews with Mr. Obama's family and advisors.

Drunk Driving; Football

2009.1.5 Drunk driving kills thousands of people a year, and despite vigorous enforcement, the number has not gone down. But should the penalties for drunk drivers be tougher? Bob Simon has more. Why is the Texas Tech coach being called the mad scientist of football? Scott Pelley has the answer. This and more on 60 minutes.

oil; Wyclef Jean

2009.1.12 Were the changes in last years oil prices due to speculation rather than supply and demand? 60 Minutes correspondent Steve Croft investigates. Wyclef Jean is an international celebrity but some in Haiti believe he is something more. Scott Pelley reports. These stories and more on 60 Minutes.

Sleep Research, Happiest Country

2009.1.19 60 Minutes Correspondent Leslie Stahl investigates breakthrough research on sleep and how it affects the human body; 60 Minutes Correspondent Morley Safer takes a look at the happiest country in the world and 60 Minutes Correspondent Andy Rooney shares some of his thoughts...

DHL, Gaza, Long Life

2009.1.26 The people of Wilmington, Ohio are being hit hard this winter as DHL package delivery service cuts thousands of jobs there. Correspondent Scott Pelley has more. Can a Two-State deal bring peace to the Gaza Strip? Correspondent Bob Simon investigates. These stories and more on 60 Minutes.

Hero pilot, Plane, Coldplay

2009.2.9 Tonight on 60 Minutes, hero pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger tells CBS News Correspondent Katie Couric what it felt like to land a jetliner with 150 passengers and 5 crew members on the Hudson River. Also, the passengers from flight 1549 have an emotional reunion with the crew. And later, Correspondent Steve Kroft sits down with the award-winning English rock band, Coldplay.

Economic Stimulus Package , Pakistan

2009.2.16 Lesley Stahl reports on the "buy American" clause in the economic stimulus package. Paul Bishop tells Scott Pelley that three years before the housing market crash he warned his superiors at World Savings that many loans the company was granting were misleading. And finally, Steve Kroft reports from Pakistan on the growing threat of the Taliban in the region.

Drinking Age, Basra, Nazi Escape

2009.2.23 Lesley Stahl explores the debate over lowering the drinking age to 18. Lara Logan reports on CBS News producer Richard Butler, who was held captive in Basra, Iraq for three months. Bob Simon speaks with a man who at six-years old, fled from, and was later captured by Nazi soldiers who took him in, not knowing he was Jewish.

Madoff Whistleblower, Mexico, Jindal

2009.3.2. 60 Minutes Correpondent Steve Kroft speaks with Harry Markopolos who made several submissions to the Securities and Exchange Commission in an attempt to blow the whistle on Bernie Madoff. CNN's Anderson Cooper on assignment for 60 Minutes, explores the effect Mexico's drug war has on the United States. 60 Minutes Correspondent Morley Safer speaks with Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal who gave the Republican response after President Obama's speech to congress this week.

Bank Failure, FDIC, Eyewitness

2009.3.10 What happens when a bank fails and is taken over by the FDIC? 60 Minutes Correspondent Scott Pelley investigates. How reliable are eyewitness accounts of crimes? Correspondent Lesley Stahl has the answer. These stories and more on 60 Minutes.

Bernanke Recession; Cook

2009.3.16 Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke tells Correspondent Scott Pelley what he believes led to the nation's economic crisis, and when he expects the recession to end. Correspondent Lesley Stahl sits down with cook extraordinaire Alice Waters. This and more on "60 Minutes."

Obama, Musician

2009.3.22 President Obama discusses the most pressing issues of his first two months in office, mentally ill musician Nathaniel Ayers is the subject of a book by Los Angeles Times newspaper columnist Steve Lopez and now a Hollywood film. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Internet Virus, Lions, Lebron James

2009.3.29 Some computer viruses have enabled their creators to acquire sensitive information and electronically rob your bank accounts. Correspondent Lesley Stahl reports. The African lion is facing a new threat - poison, and their numbers continue to dwindle. Correspondent Bob Simon investigates. Correspondent Steve Kroft sits down and chats with NBA phenom with Lebron James. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Economy Cancer; Torture; Dolly Parton

2009.4.5 The economic crisis is hitting some of society's most vulnerable, cancer patients especially hard. Torture victim Ahmad Batebi describes his eight year ordeal in an Iranian prison and his escape to the United States. Country music star Dolly Parton discusses her success in show business. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Prosthetic Limbs; Guns; Steve Wynn

2009.4.12 New prosthetic limb technology is improving the lives of amputees. Scott Pelley reports. Lesley Stahl investigates the reason for a rise in gun sales, despite the economic downturn. Charlie Rose speaks with casino mogul Steve Wynn. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

401(k)s; Cold Fusion; Matadors

2009.4.20 Never created to be a mainstay of workers' retirement funds, 401(k)s became just that to millions of Americans who are now facing uncertain futures. Twenty years ago it appeared, for a moment, that all our energy problems could be solved, it was the announcement of cold fusion. There is a new generation of matadors in Spain who bring more excitement and more spectators into the bull ring than there's been for some time. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Vice President Biden, Coal, Elephants

2009.4.27 60 Minutes Correspondent Lesley Stahl spends three days with Vice President Joe Biden and also speaks to those close to him. Correspondent Scott Pelley takes a look at coal, one of the most commonly used fuels worldwide but also a major contributor to global warming. Correspondent Bob Simon visits a much needed elephant orphanage in Kenya where many baby elephants with special needs are taken care of. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Chevron; Jihadists; Antinoris

2009.5.4 Scott Pelley speaks with Ecuadorians suing oil maker Chevron because they claim the oil giant is polluting their fragile environment. David Martin reports on Saudi Arabia's attempts to change the mindsets of former jihadists. And finally, Morley Safer speaks with the Antinoris, a family who has been making wine in Italy for 600 years.

Military, Spy, Baseball

2009.5.11 The United States military has been relying on new technology to track and destroy enemies, many times from thousands of miles away. Lara Logan reports. Later...Ashraf Marwan's death is a mystery as was his life - did he work as a spy for the Egyptian or the Israeli government? Steve Croft investigates. Also...Bill James is one of the most important 'players' for the Boston Red Sox, yet he never steps out on the field. Morley Safer tells us why. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Secretary Gates, AIG, Anna Wintour

2009.5.18 Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates discusses the war in Afghanistan in a candid and wide-ranging interview with Katie Couric. Later...Ed Liddy, the man who took over the reins of AIG, speaks to Steve Kroft about the gargantuan task ahead. Also...the sunglasses come off Anna Wintour as the Vogue editor reveals why she always wears them. She talks to Morley Safer in her first long-length interview for U.S. television. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Buy American; Sergeant Bill; Wine Rx

2009.5.25 The economic stimulus package includes a clause that could trigger foreign governments to retaliate and hurt the sale of U.S products in overseas markets. Bill Jakob fooled a small town's officials into granting him the authority of a law enforcement officer with a badge he bought on the internet. Scientists have found a substance called resveratrol in red wine that slows down the aging process in mice. Will it someday lengthen the lives of humans, too? All this coming up on "60 Minutes."

Failed Banks; Pakistan; Michael Phelps

2009.6.1 Scott Pelley has an exclusive look as the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation takes control of a failed bank. Steve Kroft reports from Pakistan, where Islamic insurgents are trying to take over the country and he interviews its new president, Asif Ali Zardari. CNN's Anderson Cooper sits down with Michael Phelps, the 23-year-old phenom who swam into history at the Beijing Olympics. All this coming up on "60 Minutes."


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