60 Minutes 5/15/22 “Bellingcat, Sharswood” New Tonight Summary & Preview

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Tonight (Sunday May 15 2022), CBS broadcasts a new episode of the series “60 Minutes“.

We’ve got the scoop on everything you need to know about tonight’s episode, including if it’s new, the time, cast, how to watch and all the episode details!

60 Minutes May 15 2022 Episode Summary

BELLINGCAT – As reports of war crimes in Ukraine continue at the hands of the Russian military, 60 MINUTES goes inside Bellingcat, a team of online data detectives, and its investigations to look at how they build their cases. Scott Pelley speaks with founder Eliot Higgins about how his organization is building a database of social media exposing the alleged war crimes. Pelley reports that Bellingcat has trained more than 4,000 journalists and war crimes investigators in its techniques of geolocation, verification and data mining. Henry Schuster is the producer.

SHARSWOOD – 60 MINUTES’ Lesley Stahl visits Fred Miller and his family in the large house in southern Virginia that they recently bought to host family gatherings, only to discover that their own ancestors had once been enslaved on that very property. Miller’s sister and cousins scoured historical records and enlisted a genealogist to find evidence that their great-great-grandparents, Violet and David Miller, were enslaved on the plantation, then-called Sharswood. The dilapidated building still standing behind the main house has been identified by archeologists as living quarters for some of the enslaved men and women there. Buying this home has opened a window into the Miller family’s past that was not discussed within their family, and that many African American families struggle to obtain. This is a double-length segment. Shari Finkelstein is the producer.

Is Tonight’s Episode New or a Repeat?

Tonight’s episode of “60 Minutes” is all new!

What Time is Tonight’s Episode On?

Tonight’s episode of “60 Minutes” will be broadcast on CBS at 7:00PM ET/PT.

60 Minutes May 15 2022 Episode Videos & Previews

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You can find episodes on the CBS website and watch full episodes on Paramount+.

60 Minutes Series Information

60 Minutes, the most successful broadcast in television history. Offering hard-hitting investigative reports, interviews, feature segments, and profiles of people in the news, the CBS News magazine has been the number-one program a record five times. It also finished among Nielsen’s annual top-10 list for 23 consecutive seasons – a record never even approached by another program. The program has won more Emmy Awards than any other primetime broadcast, including a special Lifetime Achievement Emmy. It has also won virtually every other broadcast journalism award, plus 15 Peabody awards for excellence in television broadcasting. 60 Minutes was created in 1968 by Don Hewitt and premiered on CBS September 24th of that year.

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5 Responses

  1. Lisa Flannery says:

    What a wonderful story! I would love to learn more and help. Not sure how I can, but would like to.

  2. Frederick says:

    Is he in protective status because of Russia and there eliminating people??

  3. Leslie, my Sharswood story is also a good one. West Indian black girl (st.Lucia) living in America,leaves America to work with UN in Geneva, finds out by strangest coincidence that my mother’s paternal great grandfather was from France but had left there to help America with its war (1774) for independence and England’ islands in the Caribbean. He was nobility. Met his family in France, etc, etc. I wrote a book about the whole affair- book is sold out on Amazon. Like the Miller family, more and more descendants of slaves now have enough disposable income and education to search for our past and interest is growing.

  4. Leslie, my Sharswood story is also a good one. West Indian black girl (st.Lucia) living in America,leaves America to work with UN in Geneva, finds out by strangest coincidence that my mother’s paternal great grandfather was from France but had left there to help America with its war (1774) for independence and England’ islands in the Caribbean. He was nobility. Met his family in France, etc, etc. I wrote a book about the whole affair- book is sold out on Amazon. Like the Miller family, more and more descendants of slaves now have enough disposable income and education to search for our past and interest is growing. Never sent this before.

  5. Leslie, “ my “ story is also a good one. West Indian black girl (st.Lucia) living in America,leaves America to work with UN in Geneva, finds out by strangest coincidence that my mother’s paternal great grandfather was from France but had left there to help America with its war (1774) for independence and England’ islands in the Caribbean. He was nobility. Met his family in France, etc, etc. I wrote a book about the whole affair- book is sold out on Amazon. Like the Miller family, more and more descendants of slaves now have enough disposable income and education to search for our past and interest is growing. Never sent this before.

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