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Friday, June 17, 2005

Gordon Keller and Robert Klein give us an update on the current debates surrounding stem cell research. Next, actresses Natalie Press and Emily Blunt discuss their new movie, “My Summer of Love.” Then, Catherine Wald, editor of The Resilient Writer, and writer Edmund White tell us how writers deal with rejection. And on our weekly Please Explain feature, we talk to cat therapist Carole Wilbourn about what cats are thinking.

Stem Cell Research

Gordon Keller, president-elect of the International Society for Stem Cell Research, and Robert Klein, the founder of the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, bring us up to speed on the latest debates surrounding stem cell research.

Music: Soundtrack for The Secret Agent, music by Philip Glass, Tracks 2 ...

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My Summer of Love

Natalie Press and Emily Blunt discuss playing a pair of unlikely friends in their new film: "My Summer of Love."

» "My Summer of Love" website

Music: Soundtrack for The Little Thief, Track 13 “The Photo Lab” and Track 8 “Reception at the ...

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The Resilient Writer

Rejection is an unavoidable part of the writing life. Today, we look at how writers cope with it, and why sometimes rejection can be a good thing. We’ll hear from writer Edmund White, and Catherine Wald, editor of The Resilient Writer.

Catherine Wald will be moderating a panel ...

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Please Explain Cats

In our weekly Please Explain feature, cat therapist Carole Wilbourn, "The Kitty Freud," tells us how to help our cats lead happier lives. She’s the author of a column called "Cats on the Couch."

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