Today's show is an encore edition of some of our favorite interviews from the past few months. First, former U.S. Senator Max Cleland talks about his experience in war and politics. Then, one woman tells her story of rowing the Atlantic Ocean. Then, we’ll hear about a plague that swept across parts of Europe in the 1500s that caused people to dance without stopping. Plus, Amir Aczel explains the history of the scientific race to harness radioactivity.
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