Discussing the book "Time bomb" with the author Peter Van der Linde.
Discussing the book "Modern meat: antibiotics, hormones and the pharmaceutical farm" with the author Orville Schell.
Discussing the green revolution and the "modern homestead" and interviewing Mildred Loomis. Mildred Loomis discusses the back to the land movement.
Mr Regenstein and Studs discuss the book, "The Politics of Extinction". The book blows the whistle on those who are currently engaged in killing these animals for "sport," fashion, and profit. They talk about various endangered species and what that distinction means and the public officials with the power- and the responsibility - to protect wildlife, but who instead allow the destruction to continue.
Terkel interviews folk singer Patrick Sky on his latest project. A 19 minute film entitled "Down the Road" Sky directs and stars in the film about pollution. He describes how he acquired the help of local children to shoot the film and how he got permission from the city to shoot on location.
Terkel interviews activist and children's author Dagmar Wilson. She discusses how she goes from a children's author to an activist for anti-nuclear testing.
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.
In a their man-made raft, Hesselberg and his crew travelled 4300 sea miles out in the open water. Erik Hesselberg talks about navigating the three-month long expedition on the Kon-Tiki from South America to French Polynesia. Hesselberg said everyone should have such an experience as he did, to be unencumbered while out at sea.