TV Program

60 Minutes Sports

A moment from last season on '60 Minutes Sports'

60 Minutes Sports

Mar 05, 2014 09:00 PM

TV Network - Showtime

What if there were a sports series made by the folks who make "60 Minutes?"  You know the venerable CBS magazine show, but what if, as we said, there was a version of that hard-hitting journalism that focused itself solely and entirely on the sporting world.  Would you be surprised to find out that there is just such a show and, not only that, but that it began in January of 2013?  All of these things are true and if, perchance, you haven't gotten the chance to see it yet, you may truly love what you see.

Past Events

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    60 Minutes Sports

    Dec 02, 2014

    TV Network - Showtime

    Once a month (for a while the first Wednesday, now the first Tuesday) of the month, Showtime has given us "60 Minutes Sports."  It is an opportunity for longer, in-depth discussions about what is going on in the sports world today.  As this is the end of the year, this is also the end of the second season.  Watch and see what sorts of stories they delve into today -- there certainly is a whole lot going on.

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    60 Minutes Sports

    Jun 09, 2013

    Scheduled: sportswoman and breeder of Secretariat, Penny Chenery; race horse jockey Ron Turcotte; tennis doubles players Bob and Mike Bryan; America's Cup yachts.

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    60 Minutes Sports

    Jun 08, 2013

    Scheduled: sportswoman and breeder of Secretariat, Penny Chenery; race horse jockey Ron Turcotte; tennis doubles players Bob and Mike Bryan; America's Cup yachts.

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    60 Minutes Sports

    Jun 08, 2013

    Scheduled: sportswoman and breeder of Secretariat, Penny Chenery; race horse jockey Ron Turcotte; tennis doubles players Bob and Mike Bryan; America's Cup yachts.

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    60 Minutes Sports

    May 09, 2013

    Lesley Stahl interviews knuckleballer R.A. Dickey to understand the science behind the pitch, thoroughbred trainer Doug O'Neill is trying to find success at Churchill Downs twice, and Mark Phillips looks into the international phenomenon of darts.

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