Lesley Stahl, a mainstay of "60 Minutes," previously admitted in an interview that she sometimes misses an important aspect of other TV news programmes because of her work on the show.

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In 1991, Stahl began working as a correspondent on "60 Minutes" (CBS)

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Not to mention her popularity within the "Marcel the Shell with Shoes On" universe, she has gone on to become "one of America's most honoured and experienced television journalists."

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She must be satisfied with her work on "60 Minutes," having been a part of the show for more than 30 years.

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But she acknowledged in a career retrospective interview that there was one itch that the show couldn't satisfy compared to her early works in TV News.

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Live TV is completely different from what we do at '60 Minutes,'" Stahl said. "I miss the rush of that," admitted Stahl, as well as "being part of the big story of the week, every week. 

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Stahl also remembers Margaret Thatcher's controversial interview with her with affection.

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By addressing the reporter, "Why does it seem like I love your nation more than you do? ", Thatcher made it clear that she didn't appreciate Stahl's "tough questions."

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Contrarily, "60 Minutes" is entirely pre-recorded and edited, allowing for more in-depth reporting but lacking the spontaneity and excitement that live television can provide.

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Stahl does miss some of those aspects from her earlier days as a TV reporter, even in her renowned work on "60 Minutes."

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