"60 MINUTES" LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, OCT. 14, 2012
ALEPPO - The Syrian Civil War is taking lives and wrecking cities like Aleppo, the country's largest. Clarissa Ward gets inside the country to report on its civilian victims, the rebels who the West is refusing to support and Islamic militants who some fear will hijack the revolution. Ben Plesser and Harry Radliffe are the producers.
COMING HOME - Many returning veterans are getting into trouble with the law. In Texas, a creative new program offers an alternative to standard justice, which is helping to straighten out lives twisted by the stress of war. Scott Pelley reports. Ashley Velie is the producer.
JAMES BOND - Maybe one of the neatest tricks Agent 007 has been able to perform is keeping the James Bond film franchise alive and well for 50 years. Anderson Cooper talks to current Bond actor Daniel Craig and to Barbara Broccoli, whose family has produced the films since 1962. Tanya Simon is the producer.