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“60 MINUTES” LISTINGS FOR SUNDAY, SEPT. 25

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SECRETARY OF STATE BLINKEN – As Secretary of State Antony Blinken completed his tour at the annual U.N. General Assembly in N.Y.C., 60 MINUTES’ Scott Pelley met with Mr. Blinken to discuss Russia’s war on Ukraine, U.S.-China relations and more. Aaron Weisz and Pat Milton are the producers.

INSIDE THE COMMITTEE – As the Jan. 6 committee plans to resume its public hearings next week, 60 MINUTES’ Bill Whitaker interviews former Republican congressman and senior staffer inside the committee, Denver Riggleman, about his work investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. A former intelligence officer and senior technical adviser to the Jan. 6 committee, Riggleman was in charge of analyzing the call records, texts and online activities of hundreds of people suspected of playing a role in storming the Capitol. Whitaker speaks with Riggleman in his first interview ahead of the release of his new book – which he kept under wraps until now – The Breach (Holt, Sept. 27, 2022). Graham Messick is the producer.

RESCUING REEFS – 60 MINUTES’ Anderson Cooper breaks out his diving gear and explores some of the innovative ways marine biologists are trying to rebuild Florida’s endangered reefs, with help from the U.S. Department of Defense. Andy Court is the producer.

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BILL WHITAKER INTERVIEWS DENVER RIGGLEMAN, FORMER JAN. 6 COMMITTEE STAFFER – SUNDAY ON “60 MINUTES”
Riggleman Discusses His New Book, “The Breach,” for the First Time Along with His Work for the Committee

60 MINUTES correspondent Bill Whitaker spoke with former Republican congressman and senior staffer inside the Jan. 6 committee, Denver Riggleman, in an exclusive interview ahead of the release of his new book, The Breach (Holt, Sept. 27, 2022). Riggleman, a former intelligence officer and senior technical advisor to the committee, was in charge of analyzing the call records, texts and online activities of hundreds of people suspected of playing a role in the attack on the Capitol.

As the committee plans to resume its public hearings next week, Riggleman, who kept the book under wraps, told Whitaker, “I’ve left some things out because the committee is still, is doing their investigation on some of these things, right? But I wanted the American people to see that we can build facts as a narrative, as effective as building narrative out of fantasy.”

The interview will be broadcast on 60 MINUTES this Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7:00 PM, ET/ PT on the CBS Television Network.



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