New York Film Critics Circle chair Thelma Adams (US Weekly), Richard Corliss (Time magazine), and Gene Seymour (Newsday) join us for a year-end wrap up of the most compelling films and stars of 2004. Then, Jason Florio discusses photographing life in Libya for Aperture. Dave Soldier explains what it’s like to compose for elephants. The second album from the Thai Elephant Orchestra, Elephonic Rhapsodies, features elephants playing specially-designed instruments for performances of Beethoven, traditional Thai music, and even a little Hank Williams. And, now that donations for tsunami relief are pouring in, we'll look at the logistical challenges of distributing aid. What happens, for example, when the victims have plenty of packaged noodles, but no water to cook them in? Gerald Martone from the Emergency International Rescue Committee, and Nathaniel Raymond from Oxfam America update us on how relief organizations are faring in Asia.