David Attenborough discusses the book and television documentary "Life On Earth"
Discussing his book and upcoming television series "Life on Earth," with the writer and narrator, David Attenborough.
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.
Biologist and author Barry Commoner discusses his book "The Poverty of Power: Energy and the Economic Crisis."
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.
Discussing the green revolution and the "modern homestead" and interviewing Mildred Loomis. Mildred Loomis discusses the back to the land movement.
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.
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.