Eyewitness accounts of D-DAY by the men and civilians involved.
A special report from 1010 WINS radio in New York City.
Joined in Progress. A 20th anniversary documentary retrospect including the voices of over 30 military and civilian individuals involved in the lead up and aftermath of a 22 month mission by the US and allied forces, to free the Western World from Adolph Hitler's Germany.
10,000 US troops lost their lives, almost all from the first wave landing on Omaha beach were killed on D Day.
"We will never forget those brave individuals who gave their lives so that others could live in freedom."
Following this Special Report there is a three minute WINS NEWS REPORT. with Stan Bernard at the WINS desk. Coverage includes a Viet Nam update and President Lyndon Johnson's visit to New York. Tuck Stadler reporting.
September 24th, 1968-
An hour newsmagazine with a strong emphasis on investigative reporting. 60 Minutes began in 1968 as a bi-weekly show, alternating on Tuesday evenings with CBS Reports. In the fall of 1971, it shifted to Sunday evenings. In the fall of 1975, it became a weekly series. It remains a fixture on Sunday evenings on CBS to this day.
The eighth broadcast of this bi-weekly news magazine.
1- A behind-the-scenes look at television comedy profiles Rowan and Martin and the Smothers Brothers.
2- An interview with vice-president Spiro Agnew.
3- Former SS Colonel Otto Skorzey tells correspondent Robert Trout how he headed the team that spirited Benito Mussolini out of Italy and delivered him to Adolf Hitler in September, 1943.
Moderators: Harry Reasoner and Mike Wallace.