《60分钟 第42季 2009-2010年》(60 Minutes Season.42 2009-2010)更新5月16日节目，本季结束[HDTV]
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《60分钟时事杂志》是有史以来最成功的电视节目，曾5次荣获电视排行榜第一名，能够获此殊荣的只有情景喜剧《全家福》（All in the Family）和《天才老爹》(Cosby Show)。它曾创记录的连续23季高居尼尔森电视节目排行榜Top 10（前十名），令其他电视节目难以望其项背。它目前仍高居尼尔森电视节目排行榜Top 20 (前二十名)。
《60分钟时事杂志》由唐·休伊特 (Don Hewitt)创建于1968年，同年9月24日CBS首播，现在的制片人是杰夫·费格 (Jeff Fager)。
《60分钟时事杂志》迄今共78次获得艾美奖( Emmy Awards)，比其他任何新闻节目都要多。2003年9月艾美奖授予唐·休伊特及所有制片人“终身成就奖”。该节目基本上囊括了所有电视新闻节目类的奖项，其中11次被电视花生人奖 (Peabody Awards)授予“杰出电视节目”。
01.Remembering Don Hewitt
Morley Safer looks back at the extraordinary life and career of television pioneer and 60 Minutes creator Don Hewitt.
02.Hewitt's Success Secret
Steve Kroft offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse of what it was like working for Don Hewitt's 60 Minutes.
03.Hewitt's Favorite Moments
Lesley Stahl re-visits some of Don Hewitt's favorite 60 Minutes moments.
04.My Friend Don
Andy Rooney explains what legacy his longtime friend and 60 Minutes creator Don Hewitt leaves behind.
As the news from Afghanistan moves to the front pages of Americans' newspapers, Gen. Stanley McChrystal, tasked with turning things around there, tells 60 MINUTES that the spread of the violence in Afghanistan was more than he expected.
The man in charge of recovering assets from Ponzi scheme king Bernard Madoff says there is about 18 billion still out there that he hopes to recover for victims of the scam. But it won't be easy. Morley Safer reports.
03.A Living For The Dead
Marilyn Monroe, James Dean and Elvis are dead and now, so is Michael Jackson. But as Steve Kroft reports, they are very much alive when it comes to earning money for their estates. Frank Devine is the producer. Watch it now
04.Rooney: I'm Glad It's Over
Some people would be thrilled at the prospect of a long, lazy summer break, but Andy Rooney is not one of them. He's happy his break is over.
To understand how Bernard Madoff could have done what he did, listen to so-called "mini-Madoff" Ponzi schemer Marc Dreier tell Steve Kroft in his first television interview how he scammed $400 million.
02.130 Million Tons of Waste
If coal ash is safe to spread under a golf course or be used in carpets, why are the residents of Kingston, Tenn., being told to stay out of a river where the material was spilled last December? Lesley Stahl reports.
03.The Great Migration
Scott Pelley visits Kenya, the site of the great wildebeest migration, and looks at the threats to this natural spectacle comprised of over a million animals.
04.Rooney On The Post Office
Andy Rooney has gotten wind of potential changes to the postal service and he's not a fan.
Scott Pelley spends time with a U.S. Marine company in Helmand Province, sent there as part of President Obama's troop buildup in Afghanistan.
02.A Blow To The Brain
New studies show that athletes, especially professional football players, who suffered many blows to the head, became brain damaged.
In the latest craze that has killed several extreme adventurers, men don wing suits, jump off mountain tops and glide at speeds of 140 miles per hour.
04.Andy Rooney on Sleeping
Are we literally sleeping our lives away? Andy Rooney seems to think so.
Scott Pelley reports on the H1N1 flu - which is increasingly targeting young, healthy people - and how the government plans to fight the flu pandemic.
02.The Kanzius Machine
John Kanzius fought his leukemia head on, inventing a machine that may someday offer effective treatment for cancers without the debilitating side effects of radiation and chemotherapy.
The remarkable former child star, actress and now director is profiled by CNN's Anderson Cooper.
01.60 Billion Dollar Fraud
Medicare and Medicaid fraudsters are cheating U.S. taxpayers out of an estimated $90 billion a year using a billing scam that is surprisingly easy to execute.
02.Fighting for a Cure
More Americans are suffering from epilepsy than Parkinson's, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis combined. Katie Couric reports on a disease that may not be getting the attention it deserves.
When Hollywood refused to produce his films his way, Tyler Perry started his own studio in Atlanta and now his movies - including the popular "Madea" series - are drawing huge audiences. Byron Pitts profiles the new and unlikely movie mogul.
04.Rooney On Health Care
Andy Rooney weighs in on the health care debate.
Scott Pelley reports on the manufacture, distribution and safety of the H1N1 flu vaccine.
How does a foreigner jump the line in America for a life-saving liver transplant? It might be because he is a high-ranking member of Japan's mafia, known as the Yakuza, whose criminal influence is worldwide. Lara Logan reports.
03.The Movie Pirates
They are the bane of Hollywood: criminals who copy films - sometimes before the movies even reach the theater - and distribute them illegally on the Internet, costing Hollywood billions in lost revenue.
04.Andy on Air Travel
Andy Rooney has some advice for the airlines.
01. Cyber War
Could foreign hackers get into the computer systems that run crucial elements of the world's infrastructure, such as the power grids, water works or even a nation's military arsenal, to create havoc? They already have. Steve Kroft reports.
02. Andre Agassi (Two Parts)
Katie Couric interviews the tennis champion about his drug use, the depression that made him use methamphetamine and other aspects of his personal life and tennis career in his first interview about his upcoming book. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.
03.Andy on War
Andy declares war on war.
01.The Deadliest Weapon
Byron Pitts and 60 MINUTES cameras spend two days on the road with a bomb-hunting unit in Afghanistan as they encounter one deadly bomb after another.
Lesley Stahl meets the inspiration for the lead character in the classic film Jurassic Park and reports on how famed dinosaur hunter Jack Horner is shaking up the paleontology world.
In Southern Iraq where many biblical scholars place the Garden of Eden, Scott Pelley finds a water world where the "Marsh Arabs" are making a comeback after Saddam nearly destroyed the "cradle of civilization."
04.Rooney on U.S. Citizenship
Andy Rooney weighs in on the citizenship exam.
01.The Cost of Dying
Many Americans spend their last days in an intensive care unit, subjected to uncomfortable machines or surgeries to prolong their lives at enormous cost.
Recently freed after four months of interrogation and torture at the hands of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Newsweek reporter Maziar Bahari tells his story to Bob Simon and writes about his ordeal in the next issue of Newsweek.
Morley Safer gets the first broadcast look at how "Titanic" director James Cameron created his $400 million 3D fantasy "Avatar."
04.Rooney on Thanksgiving
Andy Rooney on how to make a homemade Thanksgiving feast.
Five million people have died in the Democratic Republic of Congo in a war fueled primarily from gold mined in the country by warlords and smuggled out to be sold on the open market. Scott Pelley reports.
02.The Great Explorer
Robert Ballard discovered the Titanic, the Bismarck and the PT 109 and now 60 MINUTES cameras are there for his latest discovery, 1,500 feet down in the Aegean Sea off Turkey. Lara Logan reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.
03.Rooney Not Negative?
People have often accused Andy Rooney of being negative. Now he wants to correct the impression he may have given.
Geoffrey Canada's remarkable experiment in inner-city education, the Harlem Children's Zone, has helped put historically low-achieving students in New York City on academic par with their grammar-school peers. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.
Disgraced ex-NBA referee Tim Donaghy speaks for the first time about betting on pro basketball games, his Mafia involvement and subsequent prison term. Bob Simon reports. (This is a double-length segment.)
Andy Rooney reads some letters from his famous mailbag. Compliments, complaints and more: Andy Rooney gets it all.
01. President Obama
In his first extensive interview since his speech announcing his troop build-up in Afghanistan, President Obama talks about his plans for Afghanistan and Pakistan, the economy and the creation of jobs and reacts to the breach in security at last week's White House state dinner. Steve Kroft reports.
02. Growing Body Parts
Morley Safer reports on the emerging technology of growing body parts from human cells taken directly from patients, providing new hope for amputees and patients on organ-transplant lists.
03. Ricky Gervais
Lesley Stahl profiles the man who created the hit television program "The Office," which has opened other doors to the stage and screen for the British comedian.
04. Rooney on the Wealthy
Andy Rooney isn't necessarily proud of being wealthy, but he is glad that he didn't make the Forbes 500 list.
01.The Long Recession
Scott Pelley returns to Wilmington, Ohio, to see how residents are coping a year after thousands of them lost their jobs when the town's largest employer shut down.
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, the leader of the 300 million-member Orthodox Christian Church, feels "crucified" living in Turkey under a government he says would like to see his nearly 2,000-year-old Patriarchate die out. Bob Simon reports.
Morley Safer profiles the versatile actor, who talks candidly about his career and his personal life - including his very public divorce and custody battle.
04.Andy Rooney on Shopping
Andy Rooney shares his pet peeves about going shopping during the holidays. Will the experience turn him into an online shopper?
A three-year drought in California is bringing a decades-long fight over water to a head, forcing tough choices. Lesley Stahl reports.
02.Out Of Shadows
Henry Crumpton, the ex-CIA operative who secretly ran the war against terror in Afghanistan after 9/11, describes using local might to oust al Qaeda and their Taliban hosts - a strategy he says is needed in Pakistan now, where terrorist leaders are hiding. Lara Logan reports.
In the latest craze that has killed several extreme sports enthusiasts, men don wing-suits, jump off mountaintops and glide down at speeds approaching 140 miles per hour. Steve Kroft reports.
04.Rooney on New Years
Andy Rooney gives us his spin on New Years Eve celebrations. Andy resolves not to try to get ahead with anything for 2010.
01.A Crack In The Swiss Vault
Swiss bank accounts offered people, including American tax cheats, a safe place to hide money. But Switzerland’s largest bank has given authorities formerly sacrosanct information on its American customers because of tips provided by whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld, who tells Steve Kroft the secrets Swiss bankers never tell.
02.Delay, Deny And Hope That I Die
Two wars and a recession have significantly increased the claims handled by the U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs, slowing the large bureaucracy and frustrating many veterans. Byron Pitts reports.
03.The Secret Language Of Elephants
Researchers listening to elephant sounds and observing their behavior are compiling an elephant dictionary. Bob Simon goes to Central Africa to listen to the language of the forest elephants first hand.
04.Rooney's Favorite Holiday
Andy Rooney's favorite American holiday seems to be Independence Day. Andy also sheds light on some other famous holidays.
01.Watching The Border
Steve Kroft reports on the status of the multi-billion-dollar "virtual fence" being built at the U.S.-Mexican border, which is years behind schedule and so far covers only about one percent of the border. Keith Sharman is the producer. Watch it now
02.Revelations From The Campaign
Authors of a new book, "Game Change," and John McCain's former top campaign strategist reveal behind-the-scenes issues from the Republican and Democratic camps during the presidential campaign. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports. Robert Anderson is the producer. Watch it now
03.Resurrecting The Extinct
Scientists believe they can sustain endangered species - maybe even one day resurrect some that have died out - using DNA technology. Lesley Stahl reports. Shari Finkelstein and Meghan Frank are the producers.
04.Andy's Outdated Electronics
Andy Rooney has a lot of outdated electronic equipment stored in his closet. The problem is, he doesn't want to throw anything away!
News from Haiti as Correspondent Byron Pitts reports on the efforts of the U.S. Army’s 82nd Airborne Division to help rescue, feed and protect the citizens of the earthquake decimated country.
60 MINUTES goes to American Samoa to find out how a territory with a population less than the capacity of a pro-football stadium sends more players to the NFL than any similarly populated place in America. Scott Pelley reports.
In a rare interview, the Spanish starlet opens up about her life, career and childhood. Charlie Rose reports.
04.Rooney on Changing Weather
Andy Rooney prefers changing seasons to warm weather throughout the year.
01.The Quiet Professionals
In a rare chance to show America's elite Special Forces up close, 60 MINUTES spent over two months with a Green Beret unit as they trained a group of Afghan soldiers and then went into battle with them against the Taliban. Lara Logan reports.
U.S. Snowboarder Shaun White, who took home the gold at the last Winter Olympics, is still the guy to beat as he shows Bob Simon some of the tricks he'll use next month in Vancouver.
Steve Kroft profiles the superstar singer on the road and backstage where she explains what makes her one of the world's most successful entertainers.
04.Rooney on Earthquakes
When a quake struck Japan in 1923, Andy Rooney's father was there. Some of the lessons learned then and now remain the same.
01.Made In The USA
Could crucial parts of the equipment Iran is using in its uranium enrichment facility have come from the U.S.? American law enforcement authorities say sensitive devices and electronics that could be used in weapons of mass destruction are being smuggled into Iran. Lesley Stahl reports.
Nowhere in the world can such a concentration of power be found than at the World Economic Forum's meeting in Davos, Switzerland, where the world's most powerful and influential people gather yearly to try to solve the world's most pressing problems. Scott Pelley reports.
It's been just over a year since Bernard Madoff's multi-billion dollar Ponzi scheme fell apart. But, as Morley Safer reports, despite all the news about the Madoff scandal, similar Ponzi scams are still thriving.
04.Andy's "Super" Weekend
Andy Rooney tells us about his experiences during his recent trip to the Super Bowl in Miami.
"Blackwater 61" is the call sign of a plane flown by the embattled government contractor Blackwater that crashed into a mountain in Afghanistan killing all onboard. The widow of one of the soldiers killed - a pilot herself - says the firm was negligent in the way it operated the flight. Steve Kroft reports.
02.The Bloom Box
Large corporations in California have been secretly testing a new device that can generate power on the spot, without being connected to the electric grid. They're saying it's efficient, clean, and saves them money. Will we have one in every home someday? Lesley Stahl reports.
It's been eight years since the attack on the World Trade Center and billions of dollars have been spent, yet none of the promised buildings and memorial has been completed in what its developer calls "a national disgrace." Scott Pelley reports.
04.Andy on the Winter Olympics
Andy Rooney weighs in on the Vancouver Winter Games.
01.Stealing America's Secrets
60 MINUTES has obtained an FBI videotape showing a Defense Department employee selling secrets to a Chinese spy that offers a rare glimpse into the secretive world of espionage and illustrates how China's spying may pose the biggest espionage threat to the U.S. Scott Pelley reports. Henry Schuster is the producer. Watch it now
02.Battle Over History
Bob Simon reports on what the Armenians call their holocaust - the 1915 forced deportation and massacre of more than a million ethnic Armenians by the Turks - an event that the Turks and our own government have refused to call genocide.
Lesley Stahl talks to Academy Award best-director nominee Kathryn Bigelow about her award-winning film, "The Hurt Locker." If she's chosen, she would be the first woman ever to win in that category.
04.Rooney Examines the Census
Andy Rooney gives his take on the 2010 Census.
01-02.Inside The Collapse
Former trader-turned author Michael Lewis writes about a handful of Wall Street outsiders who realized the subprime mortgage business was a house of cards and found a way to make millions betting against it. He also talks about the current situation on Wall Street, the large bonuses still being paid and his predictions for the future of the industry. Steve Kroft reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE LENGTH SEGMENT.
Lesley Stahl profiles British musical savant Derek Paravicini, whose computer-like memory for music is matched by his creative abilities to play it in any style.
04.Andy on Struggling Post Office
Andy Rooney speaks about the trouble the U.S. Postal Service is in. He also talks about possible changes that could help them financially.
01.The Case Against Nada Prouty
Former FBI and CIA terrorism fighter Nada Prouty was herself accused of aiding terrorism, but in her first interview, she denies she was anything other than a patriot. Scott Pelley investigates her case.
02.The Russian Is Coming
Mikhail Prokhorov, perhaps Russia's richest man, discusses his planned purchase of the N.J. Nets basketball team, his vast wealth and the surprisingly unusual way he made most of his money in his first American television interview. Steve Kroft reports.
Anderson Cooper dives unprotected with great white sharks and the South African who's spent more time up close with the ocean's most feared predator than anyone else.
04.How Funny are the 'Funny Papers'?
Andy Rooney laments the demise of funny papers, which are now called comics.
Should companies be able to own human genes? Morley Safer examines the idea of biotech firms patenting genes for profit, a controversy now being played out in courts of law.
Many Ugandans have been saved by an American program that provides affordable anti-retroviral medicines to fight HIV and AIDS. But as a result, people are now becoming less fearful of the virus and continue to spread it by practicing unsafe sex. Bob Simon reports.
As cigarette sales plunge, tobacco companies are marketing new, smokeless products to skirt smoking bans and keep customers. Lesley Stahl investigates the pros and cons of the new products.
04.Good Mail, Bad Mail for Andy
When it comes to viewer comments, Andy Rooney gets a mixed bag of good and bad letters.
John Gotti, Jr. talks to Steve Kroft in his first extended television interview about growing up with an infamous father - convicted mafia boss John Gotti - whom he strove to please by living a life of crime but eventually betrayed by leaving that life. Ira Rosen is the producer. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGEMENT.
The fossilized skull and bones found by a 9-year-old boy on a fossil hunt with his scientist father are the discovery of a lifetime and may prove to be a new link in the human evolutionary chain. Bob Simon reports.
04.Rooney on the Passage Of Time
Andy Rooney has some advice to keep the ever-passing time at bay, Slow Down, Don't Plan, And Saver Every Minute.
01-02.21st Century Snake Oil
60 MINUTES hidden cameras expose medical conmen who prey on dying victims by using pitches that capitalize on the promise of stem cells to cure almost any disease. Scott Pelley reports. THIS IS A DOUBLE-LENGTH SEGMENT.
In a rare sit-down interview, Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino talks to Katie Couric about his films and how he prepares for them, including his upcoming movie in which he stars as Dr. Jack Kevorkian.
04. Rooney on Human Desire
Andy Rooney speaks about his personal desire for cookies and if it would be possible to one day curb human desire with a simple pill.
01.The All American Canal
The most dangerous body of water in the U.S. is a deep canal on the Mexican border with California where over 550 people - mostly illegal immigrants - have drowned. Scott Pelley reports.
02.Chef Jose Andres
Pioneering Chef Jose Andres takes Anderson Cooper's taste buds on a savory tour of his culinary laboratory, featuring his avant-garde cooking technique, molecular gastronomy.
Late-night television comedian Conan O'Brien appears in his first interview since having to give back his spot on the "Tonight Show" to Jay Leno. Steve Kroft reports.
04.What Happened to Family Doctors?
Andy Rooney speaks about practicing doctors in the 21st century. Has the practice of medicine become too specialized?
Steve Kroft reports on American citizens - like the recent would-be Times Square bomber - who have traveled abroad for terrorist training in order to attack America or its allies.
02.The Secretary of State
Scott Pelley follows Hillary Rodham Clinton as she performs her duties as secretary of state and questions her on the latest developments in foreign policy and the recent terror scare in New York's Times Square.
It's estimated that one million Americans walked away from homes "underwater" or worth less than their mortgages even though they could afford the payments. Morley Safer reports on this trend, called strategic default, that threatens the economic recovery.
04.Andy Rooney Wonders: Who Is Lady Gaga?
Who are Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Usher? It's all a mystery to Andy Rooney!
Scott Pelley investigates the explosion that killed 11, causing the ongoing oil leak in the waters off of Louisiana, and speaks to one of the oil rig platform crew survivors who was in a position to know what caused the disaster and how it could have been prevented. The report contains never-before-seen footage of the minutes after the explosion and new information about what led up to it. THIS IS DOUBLE LENGTH SEGMENT.
Now that he is the musical director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gustavo Dudamel wants to transplant in the U.S. the Venezuelan child orchestra system that changed his life. Bob Simon reports.
04.Rooney on Gambling Industry
When casino revenues drop, is it a good thing? Andy Rooney comments on the gambling industry.