Program Facts

60 Minutes II is a weekly primetime newsmagazine with the signature style, journalistic quality and integrity of the original 60 Minutes.

The broadcast includes original reporting from its team of experienced correspondents, as well as periodic reports from other CBS News journalists.

60 Minutes II also features updated reports on classic 60 Minutes stories.

60 Minutes II airs Fridays at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Check your local listings for more information.


Awards

Emmy Award: 25th Annual News and Documentary Awards
"The Man Who Knew"
Correspondent Scott Pelley interviewed Greg Thielmann, the official charged with analyzing the Iraqi weapons threat for the State Department leading up to the Iraq war.

Emmy Award: 24th Annual News and Documentary Awards
Business Reporting
"eBay"
Correspondent Charlie Rose reported on this online auction company.

Emmy Award: 24th Annual News and Documentary Awards
Best Report in a News Magazine in 2002
"The Lost Boys"
Bob Simon, correspondent

Emmy Award: 24th Annual News and Documentary Awards
Outstanding Coverage of a Continuing News Story in a News Magazine:
"The Church on Trial"
Ed Bradley, correspondent

Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Silver Baton Award
"Shame of Srebrenica"
Correspondent Bob Simon's report on a genocide witnessed by U.N. peacekeepers.

Emmy Award: 23rd Annual News and Documentary Awards
"The Traitor"
David Greenglass, the brother of executed spy Ethel Rosenberg, discussed 50 years later why he lied on the stand and helped convict his sister and her husband, Julius. (Bob Simon, correspondent)

Emmy Award: 22nd Annual News and Documentary Awards
Outstanding Investigative Journalism - Segments

"The First Casualty"
An investigation into the fate of a Navy pilot shot down in Operation Desert Storm. (Bob Simon, correspondent)

Emmy Award: 22nd Annual News and Documentary Awards
Outstanding Informational or Cultural Programming - Segments

"Birth of a Language"
A report on deaf children who develop their own language.
(Scott Pelley, correspondent)

Emmy Award: 21st Annual News and Documentary Awards
Outstanding Background Analysis of a Single Current Story - Segments

"Shame of Srebrenica"
Dutch troops that volunteered to serve as United Nations peacekeepers in Srebrenica revealed on 60 Minutes II what they failed to do to stop the most heinous acts of genocide in Europe since World War II.
(Bob Simon, correspondent)

Emmy Award: 21st Annual News and Documentary Awards
Outstanding Coverage of a Continuing News Story - Segments

"The Forgotten Veterans"
In 1989, Correspondent Morley Safer sat down with female veterans who said what they experienced during the war was nothing compared to America when they came home. A decade later, for a 60 Minutes II Classic, Safer revisited several women who are still haunted by Vietnam, but are no longer forgotten veterans.
(Morley Safer, correspondent)

Emmy Award: 21st Annual News and Documentary Awards
Outstanding Historical Programming - Segments

"The Lost Children"
A report on orphaned children in post-war Britain who were shipped to Australia but never adopted.
(Bob Simon, correspondent)

2001 Peabody Award:
"Memories of a Massacre"
This report investigated the actions of an American Navy SEAL unit under the command of former Sen. Bob Kerrey - actions that took place in the village of Thanh Phong, Vietnam in February 1969.

2000 Peabody Award:
"Death By Denial"
This vital five month probe into the critical, underreported AIDS pandemic in Africa reveals the immense human tragedy involved.
(Ed Bradley, correspondent)

2000 Peabody Award: International Reporting
Bob Simon, correspondent

2003 RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award: For Overall Excellence
Includes "The Lost Boys"
(Bob Simon, correspondent)

2002 RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award:
"Merchants of Destruction"
An investigative look into Pakistan's black market where weapons of mass destruction are bought and sold.
(Bob Simon, correspondent)

2000 Delta Sigma Chi Investigative Award:
"Unsafe Haven"
(Ed Bradley, correspondent)

2003 NABJ Salute to Excellence Award:
"The Blind Boys of Alabama"
(Dan Rather, correspondent)

2000 Investigative Reporting & Editing Certificate:
"First Casualty"
An investigation into the fate of a Navy pilot shot down in Operation Desert Storm.
(Bob Simon, correspondent)

1999 Investigative Reporting & Editing Award:
"Tobacco Slaves"
A report about the use of child labor in India to manufacture the popular cigarettes known as Beedis.
(Scott Pelley, correspondent)

2002 AWRT Gracie Allen Award:
"Children of September"
A look at the children who lost parents at the World Trade Center attack.
(Scott Pelley, correspondent)

2002 AWRT Gracie Allen Award:
"FBI Docs"
An examination of FBI agents in Oklahoma City who talk about missing documents in the Timothy McVeigh case.
(Dan Rather, correspondent)

2002 AWRT Gracie Allen Award:
"No More Babies"
A report about a proposal to sterilize women who are drug users.
(Vicki Mabrey, correspondent)

2002 AWRT "Outstanding Individual Achievement Award"
Carol Marin, correspondent

2001 AWRT Gracie Allen Award:
"Ten Extraordinary Women"

2001 AWRT Gracie Allen Award: Documentary/More Than 30 Minutes
"Ten Extraordinary Women"

2000 AWRT "Outstanding Individual Achievement Award"
Mary Mapes, producer


WHO WE ARE

Correspondents:
Dan Rather
Bob Simon
Charlie Rose
Vicki Mabrey
Scott Pelley
Lara Logan
Steve Hartman (Columnist)

Executive Producer:
Jeff Fager

Senior Broadcast Producer:
Michael R. Whitney

Senior Producer:
Rome Hartman

Coordinating Producer:
Deborah DeLuca Sheh

Producers:
Tom Anderson
Cindy Babski
Joel Bernstein
Lisa Cohen
Reid Collins, Jr
Kyra Darnton
Barbara Dury
Margaret Ebrahim
Shawn Efran
Paul Gallagher
Steve Glauber
Janet Klein
Peter Klein
Jill Landes
Chris Martin
Draggan Mihailovich
Harry Moses
Wayne Nelson
Steve Reiner
Michael Rosenbaum
Katie Spikes
Miriam Weintraub
Alan Weisman
Andy Wolff

Director:
Arthur Bloom