"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY DECEMBER 4, 2005
Due to the length of live football coverage, we expect to broadcast four stories in most markets.
CHASING THE FLU -- Steve Kroft tracks the bird flu authorities fear could change into a human pandemic in which millions could die. Frank Devine is the producer.
MS-13 -- Now in 33 states and in four other countries, the MS-13 gang is dangerous enough for the FBI to create a task force to combat it. Dan Rather reports. Kyra Darnton is the producer.
HOWARD STERN -- In a rare interview, the controversial radio jock talks about his personal life and his new business venture in satellite radio. Ed Bradley reports. Ruth Streeter is the producer.
SWIMMING WITH SHARKS -- The rising business of shark tourism, in which people are brought into close contact with them, is making the sharks more used to people and therefore more dangerous to surfers and swimmers, say critics. Bob Simon reports. Michael Gavshon and Solly Granatstein are the producers.