A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-36.
Gil Rosenthal, a Texas A&M biology instructor and author, says we can learn a lot about ourselves by looking to other species in the natural world
We all get gut instincts when we walk into a room of strangers but should we trust them?
Breaking Bad is a modern classic of TV, and insanely compelling. But is binge-watching such shows really the best idea or do the best plots take time?
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-35.
Most of us rely on our debit cards, finding it easier to not use cash for transactions, however, the United States Treasury still printed up to 80 billion dollars of paper money last year. Where is all this money going? What is it being used for? In his book The Curse of Cash, Harvard … Continue reading 17-34 Segment 1: The Demise of Cash
When choosing which college to attend, we often consider things like the school’s graduation rate or how successful its graduates are at landing jobs. Georgetown University Professor Jacques Berlinerblau says it’s even more important to examine professors -- what their roles are, how they interact with students, and the involvement in their curriculum. Berlinerblau … Continue reading 17-34 Segment 2: The Overlooked Importance of College Professors
Noah Hawley is the man behind the TV shows “Fargo” and “Legion.” He also writes novels and his latest, “Before the Fall,” is a mystery thriller that has been winning awards and demands to be read. Stay in the loop! Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook! Subscribe and review on iTunes!
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-34.
Thousands of pregnant women pass through our prison system each year. What happens to these ladies when they need the most medical care? We talk with Carolyn Sufrin who describes her experience as an OBGYN for California prison inmates in her book Jailcare: Finding the safety net for women behind bars. Incarcerated Americans are … Continue reading 17-33 Segment 1: Pregnancy Behind Bars
Currently, about forty percent of marriages end in divorce. Partners typically go through tedious amounts of negotiation over the division of their assets and property, and eventually decide on a fair agreement. Unfortunately, couples with children must also choose the terms of custody, including which parent the children will live with, how often the … Continue reading 17-33 Segment 2: The Struggles of Co-Parenting and Tips on Overcoming Them
The digital revolution has changed much of the world around us, including the movies we watch. We explore the virtues of filmmaking the old-fashioned way: on film. Stay in the loop! Follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook! Subscribe and review on iTunes!
A look at what is coming up on Viewpoints show 17-33.
Our guests discuss the fear of public speaking and offer advice on how to create, prepare for and deliver a speech with confidence.
We discuss the unusual side of gardening and find out about some very interesting plants, how they have been used as hallucinogens, medicines, or tourist attractions.
Emmy nominations always bring with them some disappointing snubs. With only one nomination, the show Catastrophe has largely been overlooked this year. We explore what makes the series special. Share this: Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on Google+ (Opens … Continue reading Culture Crash 17-32: Amazon’s “Catastrophe”