60 Minutes May 19 2013 (Hour 2)
In a second hour of stories on Sunday, May 19, 60 Minutes reported about the dangerous pilgrimage Afghan boys take from their home country. The show also traveled to the wilds of Africa to meet a couple who have dedicated their lives to studying lions. Also, Taylor Swift shared her thoughts about being a role model. Here are the stories from this hour.
60 Minutes: Afghani Smugglers To Europe & Afghan Boys Seek Asylum In Sweden
In Afghanistan, life can be harsh for young people. There are few opportunities for bettering oneself, and most do not have any access to education. That’s why their parents sometimes pay thousands to have them smuggled out of the country to Europe. Along this dangerous journey, they could be deported at any time. What is the goal for these young men?
60 Minutes: Lioness Ma Di Tau Update & Super Lions Wild Behavior
Dereck and Beverly Joubert are at home among nature’s greatest cats. They have studied lions like Ma Di Tau for decades, and they have uncovered some amazing discoveries about the animals along the way. Also, find out what a super lion is and how it is different from the typical species, which may be slowly dying out.
60 Minutes: Taylor Swift Role Model Responsibility & Live Backstage
Taylor Swift is a huge music success, and the singer talked about her feelings on being a responsible role model for her fans. Find out how she took control of her musical career from a very young age and made decisions that surprised most of the adults in her life. She also had advice for others in the music business.