"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2008 REVISE: PLEASE NOTE THE THIRD STORY
A THOUSAND LIVES A MONTH ? -- A renowned researcher estimates that 22,000 patients could have been saved if the Food and Drug Administration removed the heart surgery drug Trasylol two years ago, when his study revealed widespread death associated with it. Scott Pelley reports. Solly Granatstein is the producer.
THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS -- Little Denmark, with its five-and-a-half million people, is the happiest country in the world, says a study done by an English University. Morley Safer reports why the Danes are so happy and explores why the U.S. is way down the list. Deirdre Naphin is the producer.
GUSTAVO THE GREAT -- Flamboyant, passionate and young, Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel is one of the biggest stars in classical music, and was picked to become the conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra at the age of 26. Bob Simon reports. Harry Radliffe is the producer.