Friday, November 14, 2008

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This Sunday’s 60 Minutes will be one the year's biggest television events – President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, sit down with Steve Kroft for their first post-election interview. The world will be watching and listening to what the future president says about the worsening economic situation, the two wars America is still fighting, the Middle East situation, his cabinet choices and many of the other issues that concern people everywhere. 

 

Then, Lesley Stahl welcomes back an old friend, Rex Lewis-Clack, the boy born blind and mentally impaired whose life was transformed when his parents discovered he was a musical savant. Now 13, Rex is still astounding his doctors who said at his birth that he would never walk or talk. He’s even reading Braille now. As his incredible skills at the piano continue to mature and develop, Rex’s music is allowing him to feel and express the human emotions his disability often robs him of.

 

These stories, and Andy Rooney’s homage to newsprint, on Sunday's 60 Minutes, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. ET/PT.

 

 



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