"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY OCTOBER 16, 2005
ADDICTED TO HEROIN -- Now the world's largest supplier of opium and the heroin produced from it, Afghanistan is close to becoming a narcotics state, with government corruption that threatens its fledgling democracy. Steve Kroft reports. Leslie Cockburn is the producer.
ROMO -- Former NFL linebacker Bill Romanowski recounts his violent ways as one of the league's most feared -- some would say dirty -- players, and also talks candidly about his steroid use. Scott Pelley reports. Bill Owens is the producer.
THE LORD GOD BIRD -- The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker hadn't been seen in 60 years until it turned up on the front pages of newspapers when birdwatchers claimed to have spotted it. Ed Bradley talks to the team searching for the bird long thought to be extinct. Harry Radliffe is the producer.