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60 Minutes, Who Poisoned The Children?
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produced by Walt Bogdanich, fl. 1999-2011, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 14 mins
A pharmacist in Haiti used barrels of what he thought was pharmaceutical glycerine to sweeten medicine for children. It turned out to be diethylene glycol instead, and in 1996 children began to die from taking the tainted medicine. The barrels were traced to Europe, and then to China. The FDA was asked to follow u...
produced by Walt Bogdanich, fl. 1999-2011, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 14 mins
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60 Minutes, The China Connection
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produced by Richard Greenberg, fl. 1999, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 14 mins
Steve Kroft reports on how the United States has made it easy for China to obtain their information on nuclear weapons development.
produced by Richard Greenberg, fl. 1999, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1999), 14 mins
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60 Minutes, Too Many Men
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produced by Karen M. Sughrue, fl. 2006-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2006), 13 mins
One of China's population problems can be easily summed up: there are too many men and not enough women. Lesley Stahl takes a closer look at what is causing the issue.
produced by Karen M. Sughrue, fl. 2006-2013, Columbia Broadcasting System, in 60 Minutes (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2006), 13 mins
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60 Minutes, Part 2, Jiang Zemin (Part Two)
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produced by Robert G. Anderson, fl. 2000, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Mike Wallace, 1918-2012, in 60 Minutes, Part 2 (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2000), 14 mins
In part two of his interview with 60 Minutes correspondent Mike Wallace, the President of the People's Republic of China Jiang Zemin discusses the Chinese government.
produced by Robert G. Anderson, fl. 2000, Columbia Broadcasting System; interview by Mike Wallace, 1918-2012, in 60 Minutes, Part 2 (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 2000), 14 mins
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America in the 20th Century, 11, Cold War
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produced by Media Rich Communications, in America in the 20th Century, 11 (Chicago, IL: Media Rich Communications, 2009), 2 hours 12 mins
The communists and capitalists united in World War II to crush the Fascists. But in 1945, with Hitler’s Germany defeated, the allies became adversaries. The world’s two great superpowers locked in a dramatic showdown over ideology, vision and freedom that would persist for five decades. Under the omnipresent t...
produced by Media Rich Communications, in America in the 20th Century, 11 (Chicago, IL: Media Rich Communications, 2009), 2 hours 12 mins
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Breaking the Wall of Silence
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directed by Oystein F. Rakkenes (Oslo, Oslo County: Nordic World, 2008), 50 mins
Breaking the Wall of Silence is a documentary that portrays the courageous struggle of a peaceful, vulnerable culture against domination by an aggressive neighbour – a story of personal sacrifice and spiritual fortitude. Breaking the Wall of Silence will take you behind the scenes of the Tibetan struggle. It wil...
directed by Oystein F. Rakkenes (Oslo, Oslo County: Nordic World, 2008), 50 mins
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China On Four Wheels, Episode 2
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directed by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008; presented by Anita Rani, 1977- and Justin Rowlatt, 1966-; produced by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008, British Broadcasting Corporation, in China on Four Wheels, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2012), 53 mins
Anita Rani and Justin Rowlatt continue their epic car journeys across China, heading for their final destination, the financial mega-city of Shanghai. Along the way, they navigate congested cities and winding mountain roads to explore how the country's economic growth, symbolised by its booming car industry, is af...
directed by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008; presented by Anita Rani, 1977- and Justin Rowlatt, 1966-; produced by Olly Bootle, fl. 2008, British Broadcasting Corporation, in China on Four Wheels, Episode 2 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2012), 53 mins
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China: One Child Policy
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produced by Australian Broadcasting Corporation (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2006), 23 mins
In 1980, the Communist Government of China instituted a policy of one child per family as a means of curtailing population growth. Now, the success or failure of this highly controversial social experiment can be assessed. In this comprehensive report, correspondent John Taylor journeyed from the high rise flats o...
produced by Australian Broadcasting Corporation (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2006), 23 mins
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Chronoscope, Lord John Wilmot
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interview by William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983 and Henry Hazlitt, 1894-1993, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1951), 15 mins
JUNE 25, 1951 Participants: Lord John Wilmot, British statesman, interviewed by Henry Hazlitt and William Bradford Huie. Topics: British opposition to admitting the People's Republic of China to the United Nations, extent of monetary problems in postwar Britain, opposition to oil nationalization in Iran, and examp...
interview by William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983 and Henry Hazlitt, 1894-1993, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1951), 15 mins
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Chronoscope, Emmanuel Celler
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interview by Elliott Haynes and William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1952), 15 mins
FEBRUARY 29, 1952 Participants: Representative Emanuel Celler (D-NY) interviewed by William Bradford Huie and Elliott Haynes. Topics: Proposal for the creation of a "Department of Overseas Information," headed by a cabinet officer, to coordinate U.S. overseas information and propaganda activities; and comments on...
interview by Elliott Haynes and William Bradford Huie, 1910-1983, in Chronoscope (New York, NY: Columbia Broadcasting System, 1952), 15 mins
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