60 Minutes #650322
CBS Special for Sunday, Jun 04, 1989
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Segment introduced by Mike Wallace (CBS) re: attack by Chinese soldiers on students in Beijing's Tiananmen Square with Dan Rather (CBS); live update re: events in Beijing with Rather and John Sheahan (CBS); audio replay of Richard Roth (CBS) and Derek Williams (CBS) encounter with Chinese soldiers, and review of events by Roth; interview by Rather with China expert Bette Bao Lord; White House reaction to events with Rather and Lesley Stahl (CBS); interview by Rather with Brookings Institution Harry Harding; reaction in US with Gary Reaves (CBS); segment (entitled "Somebody's Listening") re: incidents of wiretapping in Cincinnati, Ohio with Ed Bradley (CBS), former Cincinnati Bell installers Lonnie Gates and Bob Draise, Judge Vincent Aug, Jr., Judge Carl Rubin, former Cincinnati Policemen Harold Mills, Elmer Dunaway, and Gary Simpson, Cincinnati Bell Chairman/CEO Dwight Hibbard, and Cincinnati Bell security employees Peter Gabor and Jim West; segment re: death of Iran's Ayatollah Khomeini consisting of excerpts of 1979 interview by Wallace with Khomeini; Andy Rooney segment re: beards; updates by Wallace of subjects covered in previous broadcasts.
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