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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

John Kerry and Teresa Heinz Kerry talk about their campaign to make the environment a national priority. Then, we find out why New York City's bees may be healthier than those in the countryside. Plus: a travel writer gives a disturbing account of her undercover experiences as an airport screener-in-training. And record and film producer Joe Boyd tells us about working with Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, and Nick Drake.

Rallying Around the Environment

Massachussets Senator John Kerry and Teresa Heinz Kerry talk about their campaign to make the environment a priority that transcends party politics.

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New York City Bees

Studies have shown that urban bees are often healthier and more productive than their rural counterparts. In light of the recent wave of massive bee death throughout the US, we ask how New York City's bees are faring, and find out why the city can be an ideal habitat for ...

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Undercover Airport Screener

Condé Nast Traveler writer Barbara Peterson tells us what she learned by going undercover as an airport screener-in-training for two months at a major US airport.

"Inside Job: My Life as an Airport Screener"
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A Producer's Life

Record and film producer Joe Boyd tells us about his remarkable life working with the likes of Muddy Waters, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, and Nick Drake.

White Bicycles is available for purchase at amazon.com

Events: Joe Boyd will be reading and answering questions
Geoff Muldaur, Jenni Muldaur, ...

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