"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY OCTOBER 7, 2007
THE MAN FROM INTERPOL - The storied international law enforcement entity is often overlooked and underutilized in the war on terror despite having valuable resources, says Interpol's secretary general, Ron Noble. Steve Kroft reports. Ira Rosen is the producer.
ROOTS - The new field of genetic genealogy uses DNA to trace ancestry back hundreds of years, sometimes surprising customers with unlikely relatives. Lesley Stahl reports. Shari Finkelstein is the producer.
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN - Back on tour with his E Street Band, Bruce Springsteen at 58 years old is still a passionate rock icon whose songs reflect his loves, his blue collar background and increasingly, his politics. Scott Pelley reports. John Hamlin is the producer.
BIRDMAN - Forrest Bird's invention, the respirator, has saved millions of lives and, at 86, he's still living his life to the fullest, flying his airplanes and working 12-hour days. Morley Safer reports. David Browning is the producer.
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THRIFT SHOP MASTERPEICE? - Teri Horton knew nothing about art when she bought a big, drippy painting for five dollars years ago in a thrift store. But now she says a fingerprint proves it is a $50 million Jackson Pollock original. Anderson Cooper reports. Michael Rosenbaum is the producer.
THE SEA GYPSIES - The Moken people living on islands in Southeast Asia's Andaman sea knew what the receding ocean meant and saved themselves from the deadly tsunami. Bob Simon reports. Michael Gavshon and Solly Granatstein are the producers.