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60 Minutes Season 35 Episodes

49 Episodes 2002 - 2003

Episode 1

The Arafat Papers, Over the Hill?, Kidnapped

Sun, Sep 29, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace reports on American-born children who are reportedly being forced to live in Saudi Arabia with their fathers; Lesley Stahl examines sensitive documents confiscated from Yasir Arafat's headquarters; Morley Safer looks at the fall 2002 television schedule and probes why network executives cater to youth.

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Episode 2

The Sheriff of Wall Street, Zion's Christian Soldiers, Hubble

Sun, Oct 6, 2002 60 mins

Bob Simon interviews Jerry Falwell, who comments on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

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Episode 3

Armed and Dangerous, The Royal Treatment, The End of the Embargo?

Sun, Oct 13, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates whether mentally ill individuals should have the right to own a gun; Ed Bradley reports on whether the trade embargo against Cuba should be lifted; Morley Safer visits a company that pampers its employees.

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Episode 4

Women of Afghanistan, Married Priests, Boys

Sun, Oct 20, 2002 60 mins

Morley Safer reports on whether celibacy should remain mandatory for Catholic priests in the U.S.

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Episode 5

Lost in Translation, Going Home, The Grand Old Man

Sun, Oct 27, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates whether the FBI deliberately stalled the Sept. 11 investigation; Lesley Stahl profiles Sen. Strom Thurmond (R-S.C.); Mike Wallace reports on black families who are moving back to the South.

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Episode 6

Doctor Death and His Accomplice, Texas

Sun, Nov 3, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Wouter Basson, the leader of the germ-warfare program for South Africa's former apartheid government. Also: Morley Safer reports on elections in Texas.

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Episode 7

Toxic Town, Sir David Attenborough, Depressed and on Welfare, Cheaters

Sun, Nov 10, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles David Attenborough; Steve Kroft investigates the high level of toxic waste in an Alabama town; Lesley Stahl reports on clinical depression among welfare recipients; Morley Safer probes the rise of cheating on college campuses.

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Episode 8

The Inspector, Bush at War, Not the Best Policy

Sun, Nov 17, 2002 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on allegations that a U.S. disability insurer rejected legitimate claims in order to prosper itself; Steve Kroft interviews Hans Blix, head of the U.N. weapons inspectors; and Mike Wallace talks to Bob Woodward about his book on the war on terror.

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Episode 9

Retaliation... Will Not Be Tolerated, Billy Crystal, Jackpot Justice

Sun, Nov 24, 2002 60 mins

Mike Wallace interviews Billy Crystal; Ed Bradley investigates allegations of harassment against the FBI; Morley Safer reports on personal injury lawyers in rural Mississippi who file lawsuits against big corporations.

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Episode 10

Title IX, Change of Heart, Was It Done with Mirrors?

Sun, Dec 1, 2002 60 mins

Segments include Bob Simon's report on the debate over an antidiscrimination law that changed requirements for women in collegiate sports; an examination of prison health care by Steve Kroft. Also: a new theory about technical tricks employed by the old masters of painting is described by Lesley Stahl.

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Episode 11

Buddy, Life Goes on Girl, It Pays to Advertise?

Sun, Dec 8, 2002 60 mins

Morley Safer interviews former Providence mayor Vincent Cianci Jr.; Lesley Stahl profiles Nicole Kidman; Bob Simon reports on tactics being used by the Bush administration to sell a possible war on Iraq.

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Episode 12

Al Gore, Iraqi Oil, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Negative About Affirmative Action

Sun, Dec 15, 2002 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on the degree to which oil is an issue in a possible war with Iraq; Mike Wallace profiles philanthropist Catherine B. Reynolds; Ed Bradley probes the debate over where marble sculpture that once graced the Parthenon in Athens should be housed.

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Episode 13

Losing Their Marbles, Bad Medicine, Married Priests

Sun, Dec 22, 2002 60 mins

Bob Simon investigates how prescription drugs are sometimes tampered with before they reach a pharmacy; Morley Safer reports on married priests in the U.S.; Ed Bradley probes the debate over where marble sculpture that once graced the Parthenon in Athens should be housed.

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Episode 14

Nursing Shortage, Brother Rick Curry, Gross National Happiness

Sun, Dec 29, 2002 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on the nursing shortage in the U.S.; Steve Kroft profiles Jesuit Brother Rick Curry, who trains disabled actors; Morley Safer analyzes the impact that TV is having in the kingdom of Bhutan.

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Episode 15

Fingerprints, Puzzle Master, Stephen Hawking

Sun, Jan 5, 2003 60 mins

Ed Bradley profiles Stephen Hawking; Lesley Stahl investigates the fallibility of fingerprint evidence in court cases; Steve Kroft interviews Will Shortz, the editor of the New York Times crossword puzzle.

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Episode 16

Closing the Gap, Sheryl Crow, The Age Wave

Sun, Jan 12, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft profiles singer Sheryl Crow; Morley Safer reports on workers over age 80; Lesley Stahl interviews graduates of the Indian Institute of Technology.

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Episode 17

Four Remarkable Women

Sun, Jan 26, 2003 60 mins

"Four Remarkable Women" showcases interviews Mike Wallace conducted over the years with Barbra Streisand, Tina Turner, Shirley MacLaine and Candice Bergen.

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Episode 18

The Last Frontier, North Korea, The Wrong Man

Sun, Feb 2, 2003 60 mins

Mike Wallace reports on conditions in North Korea; Lesley Stahl interviews CIA agent Brian Kelley, who was wrongly suspected by the FBI of being a spy; Ed Bradley examines medical-malpractice jury awards.

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Episode 19

Yankee Go Home!, Montana Power, Find the Gun

Sun, Feb 9, 2003 60 mins

A report on North Korea's opinion of President George W. Bush. Also: technology that matches bullet shell-casings with their firearms.

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Episode 20

Are We Prepared?, Unhealthy Diagnosis, Michael Moore

Sun, Feb 16, 2003 60 mins

Mike Wallace investigates whether U.S. soldiers can withstand chemical or biological attacks; Bob Simon profiles author-filmmaker Michael Moore; Ed Bradley probes into allegations of whether some hospitals are performing unnecessary heart surgeries

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Episode 21

Dr. Shahristani, Bering Strait, Top Cop

Sun, Feb 23, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft interviews nuclear scientist Hussein Shahristani, who once was an advisor to Saddam Hussein; Ed Bradley talks to L.A. police chief William Bratton; Morley Safer profiles the country-bluegrass band Bering Strait, whose members hail from Russia.

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Episode 22

Imported from India, Saddam's Money, SUV

Sun, Mar 2, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates into Saddam Hussein's hidden assets; Morley Safer reports on the rise in sales of SUVs; Lesley Stahl visits the India Institute of Technology.

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Episode 23

Qatar, Keeping a Secret, Medical Emergency

Sun, Mar 9, 2003 60 mins

Former president Bill Clinton and former Senate majority leader Bob Dole face off in the debut of a regular commentary segment.

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Episode 24

French Connection, The Reserves, Anatomy of a Mistake

Sun, Mar 16, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on the men and women who make up the U.S. reserves; Ed Bradley interviews Dr. James Jaggers about the death of Jesica Santillan, who died after a heart-and-lung transplant in February 2002 at Duke University. Also: Bill Clinton and Bob Dole debate whether the United Nations has outlived its usefulness.

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Episode 25

War with Iraq, Finding Saddam, Protecting New York

Sun, Mar 23, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on the search for Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein by the U.S. military.

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Episode 26

The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Small, Cheap and Deadly, Look Who's Selling

Sun, Mar 30, 2003 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on the Ayatollah Al-Hakim, leader of the Shi'ite Muslim majority in Iraq, currently exiled in Iran; Morley Safer examines the threat of shoulder-fired missiles that could be used against commercial airlines; Ed Bradley investigates Yugoslavian arms sales to Iraq.

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Episode 27

The View from Jordan, Dr. Chalabi Goes to Iraq, Guilty Until Proven, Rebuilding Iraq

Sun, Apr 6, 2003 60 mins

A report on Jordanians' views on the war in Iraq; an interview with Ahmad Chalabi, head of the Iraqi National Congress. Also: a segment on the challenge of rebuilding Iraq's government after the war.

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Episode 28

The Information War, Annika Sorenstam, The Country Next Door

Sun, Apr 13, 2003 60 mins

Lesley Stahl profiles golfer Annika Sorenstam; Steve Kroft interviews Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Victoria Clarke; Morley Safer reports on Iran's efforts to build nuclear weapons. Also: Bill Clinton and Bob Dole debate the United Nations's role in post-war Iraq.

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Episode 29

Hezbollah, The Royal Treatment, Con Man

Sun, Apr 20, 2003 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on the militant Islamic group Hezbollah; Steve Kroft chronicles cons used to swindle people in Hollywood and New York's Hamptons; Morley Safer highlights a company that gives its workers the royal treatment; Bill Clinton and Bob Dole debate on North Korea.

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Episode 30

All in the Family, The Impossible Dream?, What About Syria?

Sun, Apr 27, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates how the Government is awarding billions of dollars in contracts to rebuild Iraq; Mike Wallace reports on whether Syria may be next on the Bush Administration's so-called hit list; Lesley Stahl looks into a plan to improve New York City's troubled public schools.

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Episode 31

Rebuilding Afghanistan?, Send in the Spies, Terrorist Hunter

Sun, May 4, 2003 60 mins

Lesley Stahl reports on conditions in Afghanistan; Morley Safer looks at Kenneth Feld, owner of the Ringling Brothers circus; Bob Simon profiles a terrorist hunter. Also: Clinton and Dole discuss reality TV.

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Episode 32

Firing Back, Lies, Weapons of Mass Destruction

Sun, May 11, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft interviews writer Stephen Glass, who was fired from The New Republic magazine in 1998 for fabricating items in his articles and has now written a novel about his transgressions; Ed Bradley reports on whether gun manufacturers are doing enough to keep weapons out of the hands of criminals; Christiane Amanpour visits the former Soviet Union's bio-weapons labs.

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Episode 33

The Sheriff of Wall Street, Boys, The Mind of a Suicide Bomber

Sun, May 25, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft investigates possible conflicts of interest among some brokerage firms on Wall Street; Bob Simon probes the mind-set of a suicide bomber; Lesley Stahl reports on the educational decline of boys nationwide.

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Episode 34

Hubble, The Rocket, Shadow of Shame

Sun, Jun 1, 2003 60 mins

Ed Bradley reports on the importance of the Hubble space telescope; Mike Wallace profiles pitcher Roger Clemens; Morley Safer reports on whether Germans should unburden themselves of Holocaust guilt more than a half-century after World War II.

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Episode 35

Zion's Christian Soldiers, Martha Stewart, Making Their Case

Sun, Jun 8, 2003 60 mins

Morley Safer profiles Martha Stewart; Bob Simon probes the Christian Right's support of Israel; Lesley Stahl reports on the positive effects of high-school debating on inner-city students. Also: Clinton and Dole debate presidential term limits.

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Episode 36

Harry Potter, Going Home, Diego Garcia

Sun, Jun 15, 2003 60 mins

Lesley Stahl profiles author J.K. Rowling; Mike Wallace reports on blacks who are returing to the South to live in upscale black neighborhoods; Christiane Amanpour reports on a U.S. military base at Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. Also: Clinton and Dole debate volunteerism.

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Episode 37

Medical Malpractice, Imported from India, Pork Power

Sun, Jun 22, 2003 60 mins

Ed Bradley probes "wrongful birth" lawsuits; Lesley Stahl reports on the Indian Institute of Technology; Morley Safer investigates the potential health hazards associated with industrial hog farming.

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Episode 38

Title IX, Billy Crystal, Armed and Dangerous

Sun, Jun 29, 2003 60 mins

Bob Simon reports on how Title IX is affecting men's collegiate sports; Mike Wallace profiles Billy Crystal; Steve Kroft looks into whether someone who has been involuntarily committed to a mental institution should be allowed to own a gun.

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Episode 39

Kidnapped, Puzzle Master, Malden Mills

Sun, Jul 6, 2003 60 mins

Mike Wallace investigates American children being forced to live in Saudi Arabia with their fathers; Steve Kroft profiles crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz; Morley Safer interviews businessman Aaron Feuerstein, who continued to pay his employees after a fire destroyed his mill.

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Episode 40

Keeping a Secret, SUV, Lost in Translation

Sun, Jul 13, 2003 60 mins

Included: disclosure to children conceived by sperm-donated births; and SUV sales.

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Episode 41

Sheryl Crow, North Korea, Fingerprints

Sun, Jul 20, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft profiles singer Sheryl Crow; Mike Wallace reports on living conditions in North Korea; Lesley Stahl looks at the fallibility of using fingerprint evidence in court cases.

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Episode 42

Unhealthy Diagnosis, Bering Strait, Michael Moore

Sun, Jul 27, 2003 60 mins

Ed Bradley investigates whether a California hospital performed unnecessary heart surgeries; Bob Simon interviews filmmaker Michael Moore; Morley Safer profiles music group Bering Strait.

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Episode 43

On the Waterfront, Qatar, Was It Done with Mirrors?

Sun, Aug 3, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft reports on inspections of cargo containers that enter the U.S.; Ed Bradley visits Qatar; Lesley Stahl investigates whether artists 500 years ago used projection devices to trace human figures in their paintings.

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Episode 44

The Age Wave, Montana Power, Addicted to Orchids

Sun, Aug 10, 2003 60 mins

Morley Safer reports on elderly workers; Steve Kroft investigates a Montana utility company; Lesley Stahl talks to orchid enthusiasts.

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Episode 45

Small, Cheap and Deadly, Lies, The Biological Clock

Sun, Aug 17, 2003 60 mins

Morley Safer investigates the concern over terrorists being able to obtain shoulder-mounted missles that could bring down airliners; Steve Kroft interviews writer Stephen Glass; Lesley Stahl reports on a woman's biological clock.

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Episode 46

The Wrong Man, Who Is Catherine Reynolds?, Guilty Until Proven

Sun, Aug 24, 2003 60 mins

Lesley Stahl interviews CIA officer Brian Kelley; Mike Wallace profiles philanthropist Catherine Reynolds; Bob Simon reports on people who were detained as suspected terrorists following the Sept. 11 tragedies, but who were never charged with a crime.

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Episode 47

The Ayatollah Al-Hakim, Toxic Town, The Coach

Sun, Aug 31, 2003 60 mins

Steve Kroft visits an Alabama town where many residents carry high levels of a cancer-causing chemical; Mike Wallace profiles Dallas Cowboys coach Bill Parcells; Ed Bradley investigates the death of Jessica Santillan at Duke University following a transplant operation.

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Episode 48

North of the Border, Any Given Sunday, Anatomy of a Mistake

Sun, Sep 7, 2003 60 mins

Ed Bradley probes into the death of Jessica Santillan at Duke University following a transplant operation; Steve Kroft investigates alleged terrorist groups in Canada; Morley Safer looks into offshore betting.

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Episode 49

Johnny Cash, Change of Heart, Sir David Attenborough

Sun, Sep 14, 2003 60 mins

A profile of the late Johnny Cash includes an interview he did with Harry Reasoner; Ed Bradley interviews Sir David Attenborough; Steve Kroft reports on the quality of healthcare for prisoners.

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