This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Windsor Castle: Martha Teichner) Damages from the fire in England's historic Windsor Castle featured; scenes shown of selected rooms before and after the blaze. [Heritage secretary Peter BROOKE - explains why there was no sprinkler system.] Issue of the cost of restoration examined. [TOURIST - comments.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Statement from French Premier Pierre Beregovoy about the new US-Europe agreement to cut farm subsidies reported; scenes shown from Bethune, France, of protests by French farmers against the agreement.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Last day of the visit by American Senators to Vietnam to look for evidence of American MIAs reported; scenes shown from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Suggestion from Senator John Kerry that the United States should lift its trade embargo noted.
(Ho Chi Minh City: David Martin) Importance of the ending of the economic embargo to Vietnamese and American business interests featured. [American business representative Eugene MATHEWS - hopes American firms will be allowed to compete with other countries already established in Vietnam.] [Senator Hank BROWN - says the first concern is with POWs and MIAs.] [Vietnam veteran David HENDRIX - comments.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Arrival of Vietnamese Montagnard refugees in the United States reported; scenes shown from Greensboro, North Carolina.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Tornadoes reported hitting Houston; scenes shown of the damages and injured.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) President-elect Bill Clinton's day featured; scenes shown from Little Rock of Clinton jogging, playing golf, shaking hands with the people and holding transition meetings. [CLINTON - waves off question about the European trade agreement.] [Clinton communications director George STEPHANOPOULOS, press secretary Dee Dee MYERS - say the transition is on schedule.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) The role for the Republicans in President-elect Bill Clinton's Washington examined. [Vice President-elect Albert GORE - says gridlock is loosening.] [Republican leaders Senator Robert DOLE, Representative Robert MICHEL - talk about working together.] [American Enterprise Institution Norman ORNSTEIN - says conciliation always happens at first.] [January 30, 1989, President BUSH - says there are friends in the loyal opposition.] [Senator Alan SIMPSON - outlines what the people want.] [Representative Vin WEBER - cites the choices for the opposition.] [ORNSTEIN - says the opposition can block moves.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) United Nations officials reported asking rival warlords in Somalia to allow famine relief to go through.
(White House: Jim Stewart) Visit by an American Congressional delegation to Somalia featured; scenes shown of armed gangs and relief workers in southern Somalia. [At Andrews Air Force Base, MD, Representative John LEWIS, Bill EMERSON - say Somalia is in chaos.] [Johns Hopkins University Stephen STEDMAN - says President-elect Bill Clinton should not face the possibility of having American troops killed there.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Beginning tomorrow of a NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) blockade against the Serbian-dominated government of former Yugoslavia reported.
(Posusje: Allen Pizzey) Plight of Bosnian Moslem refugees, who have a different cultural background from the Croatian Bosnians, who are their reluctant hosts, featured; scenes shown from a temporary camp in Posusje, Bosnia-Herzegovina.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Map shown of the United States commonwealth areas of Saipan and Guam in the path of super typhoon Gay.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Suing by Betty Shabazz, the widow of Malcolm X, of the estate of author Alex Haley for the copyright to the manuscript of "The Autobiography of Malcolm X" reported.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Commentary introduced.
(Studio: Bruce Morton) The "interrupted journeys" of Robert F. Kennedy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Junior and Malcolm X, all killed in the 1960s, examined in the light of the opening of the film "Malcolm X"; poet Stephen Spender quoted; 1960s era film shown. Speculation given on how things might have been different had all three men lived.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Report introduced.
(Moscow: Jonathan Sanders) Arrival in Russia of the first US Peace Corps volunteers who have come to teach the people about business featured; scenes shown from Moscow. [Volunteers Scott and Courtney BAILEY - comment.] [In the 1960s, President John F. KENNEDY - introduces the Peace Corps.] [Four VOLUNTEERS - list their backgrounds.] Thousands of left-wing radicals recalled coming to the Soviet union in the '20s and '30s to help build Communism; historical scenes shown.