Presenting a debate on nuclear energy with Nuclear Communications Specialist for Commonwealth Edison Jim Toscas, and author of "Killing Our Own: The Disaster of America's Experience with Atomic Radiation"
Presenting a debate over nuclear energy
Dr. Oliver W. Sacks talks about the treatment of deaf people throughout history and the development of ASL as written in his book "Seeing Voices".
Dr. Oliver W. Sacks details his experiences and approaches to helping patients with various intellectual and physical neurological disorders; part 2.
Dr. Oliver W. Sacks discusses people and concepts presented in his book "Seeing Voices"; the interview is for the paperback release.
Theoretical physicist and author Jeremy Bernstein discusses his latest work. The book focuses on the inventors and innovations that came out of Bell Laboratories, also known as Bell Telephone Laboratories, AT&T Bell Laboratories, and recently Nokia Bell Labs.
Interviewing Vietnam veterans and peace activists Dr. Charles Clements and Asa Baber.
Haig Allahverdian discusses Armenian music and culture as well as the Armenian massacre and its effects on the Armenian people on the whole. Copyrighted material has been removed from this program.
After having flown 50 missions in Vietnam, Charles Clements went to medical school and became a physician and a human rights activist. Dr. Clements talks about his observations in the poorest sections of Nicaragua. Because medicine for the poor people was considered contraband, Clements had to resort to putting rusty nails into a cup of water and having his patients drink the water for iron supplements. Clements reminds the audience if we don't know our history, we are bound to repeat it.
Discussing the book "The enchanted loom" with the author Robert Jastrow, also Studs reading "The hour of letdown" by E. B. White.
Discussing the book "The enchanted loom" with the author Robert Jastrow.
Biologist and author Barry Commoner discusses his book "The Poverty of Power: Energy and the Economic Crisis."