The Isle of Eigg

60 Minutes
Awards: 
Edward R. Murrow for Excellence in Writing &
Overseas Press Club of America “Honored Work”

Tired of being mistreated by a negligent wealthy landlord, a motley crew of 67 residents banded together in 1997 to buy the island for themselves – the first community buyout in the country’s history. 

Chess Country

60 Minutes

A chess boom is underway in the unlikeliest of places: Franklin County, Mississippi, a two-stoplight town where you can’t get a hot meal after 2pm. All thanks to an anonymous donor. 


The Pope’s Choir

60 Minutes
Awards: Emmy Nominated

It’s the oldest choir in the world and is by the Pope’s side for all papal celebrations. 60 Minutes meets the 30 boys and 22 men whose heavenly harmony is perfected by the meticulous maestro.

The Greek Freak

60 Minutes
Awards: Emmy Nominated

A profile of Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Greek superstar of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks team.

The Blockade of Qatar

60 Minutes

Qatar’s young Emir discusses the surprising economic and political blockade imposed against his country by neighboring Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt.

A Survivor’s March

60 Minutes

Profile of Ben Skardon, a 99-year-old World War II veteran who survived the Bataan Death March at the hands of the Japanese in 1942. He now does an 8.5 mile walk in the annual Bataan Memorial Death March at White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico.

The Spy Among Us | Part 1

60 Minutes

A two-part, never-before-told story about Jack Barsky, a former spy for the Soviet Union’s KGB, assigned to the United States during the last years of the Cold War. Barsky, born Albrecht Dittrich in East Germany, led a double life for decades until finally being caught by the FBI.


The Spy Among Us | Part 2

60 Minutes

A two-part, never-before-told story about Jack Barsky, a former spy for the Soviet Union’s KGB, assigned to the United States during the last years of the Cold War. Barsky, born Albrecht Dittrich in East Germany, led a double life for decades until finally being caught by the FBI.


The Prime Minister: Matteo Renzi

60 Minutes

The brash young Prime Minister of Italy, Matteo Renzi, defends the referendum he initiated to change the country’s constitution by reducing the size of the parliament by two-thirds.