60 Minutes May 28 2023 on CBS
On Sunday May 28 2023 at 7:00 PM, CBS broadcasts the episode of “60 Minutes”.
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Editor’s Note: These previously broadcast segments have been updated for this post-season edition.
“60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, MAY 28 (7:00-8:00 PM, ET/PT)
RADIO FREE EUROPE – Once seen as a Cold War relic, Radio Free Europe has become a vital tool in today’s battle against disinformation and authoritarianism, especially since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. RFE’s $140 million budget is paid for by American taxpayers and recently got a bipartisan boost from Congress. Bill Whitaker visits the RFE headquarters in Prague and meets the brave journalists behind its fearless reporting. Graham Messick and Jack Weingart are the producers.
RETURN TO GORONGOSA – Gorongosa was once a crown jewel of African national parks, but its wildlife was destroyed by three decades of war. Scott Pelley shows us how the park in Mozambique and its people have rebounded with the help of Greg Carr, a former tech entrepreneur from Idaho. Henry Schuster and Sarah Turcotte are the producers.
THE GURU – Anderson Cooper profiles prolific music producer Rick Rubin, a tastemaker who guides his artists to tap into their creativity with the most unorthodox approach – using practices like meditation to shape the work rather than marketing to the masses. Nichole Marks is the producer.
“60 MINUTES PRESENTS: REVISITING THE PAST” (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT)
CANADA’S UNMARKED GRAVES – In 2021, when archaeologists detected what they believed to be 200 unmarked graves at an old school in Canada, it brought new attention to one of the most shameful chapters of that nation’s history. Anderson Cooper reports on Canada’s residential school system, where more than 150,000 indigenous children were sent after being forcibly removed from their communities. Michael H. Gavshon and Nadim Roberts are the producers.
SHARSWOOD – Lesley Stahl visits Fred Miller and his family in the large house in southern Virginia that they bought to host family gatherings, only to discover that their own ancestors had once been enslaved on that very property. Miller’s sister and cousins scoured historical records and enlisted a genealogist, who found evidence that their great-great-grandparents, Violet and David Miller, were enslaved on the plantation, then called Sharswood. The dilapidated building still standing behind the main house has been identified by archeologists as living quarters for some of the enslaved men and women on the plantation. Buying this home opened a window into the Miller family’s past that they had never discussed, and that many African American families struggle to obtain. This is a double-length segment. Shari Finkelstein is the producer.
Newsmagazine with features focusing on people, and events in the news and behind the headlines.
Airdate: 7:00 PM Sunday 28 May 2023 on CBS
Cast of 60 Minutes