Technology

A Conversation With Google Chairman Eric Schmidt

A Conversation With Google Chairman Eric Schmidt

September 22, 2014

Eric Schmidt spent 10 years as Google's CEO, building the company from a tech start-up to the world's most dominant search engine. Schmidt discusses empowering consumers through technology, concerns over privacy and Google’s innovative workplace.

New Thinking About Treating Cancer

New Thinking About Treating Cancer

September 18, 2014

Advances in research are leading doctors to rethink how to treat cancer—and in some cases of early detection, whether to treat it at all. We explore new ideas in the approach to cancer treatment.

The Growing Ebola Crisis And The International Response

The Growing Ebola Crisis And The International Response

September 8, 2014

The World Health Organization predicts there will be 20,000 Ebola infections by year’s end. Other estimates are far higher. Please join us to discuss the potential scale of the expanding crisis and the international response.

How Technology is Transforming Conservation Efforts Worldwide

How Technology is Transforming Conservation Efforts Worldwide

August 21, 2014

Conservationists are using drones, remote sensors and new mapping software to monitor deforestation and illegal poaching in real time. But in the wrong hands, some of these new technologies tools could have devastating effects on wildlife. A discussion on how new technology is transforming conservation efforts.

Judging The Credibility Of News In The Digital Age

Judging The Credibility Of News In The Digital Age

August 19, 2014

Americans have access to more news than ever before. But polls suggest trust in our sources of information is at a record low. Diane and her guests discuss how to judge the credibility of news in the digital age.

Americans' Changing Relationship With Cars

Americans' Changing Relationship With Cars

August 14, 2014

New car sales in the U.S. are at their highest level in eight years, but technology is changing Americans’ relationship with automobiles. Diane and her guests discuss the latest trends in driving and car-buying.

The Art Of Getting Lost

The Art Of Getting Lost

August 13, 2014

Remember how we used to plan road trips? Get out the atlas, find the highways, roads and rural routes that would get us from Point A to Point B. And what happened if we got lost? Pull over to the side of the road and ask for directions...

Effects of Increasing Digital Connections on Relationships and Community

Effects of Increasing Digital Connections on Relationships and Community

August 11, 2014

Americans are more digitally connected than ever before. Diane and guests discuss the effects of those increasing virtual connections on personal relationships and American community.

Soaring Natural Gas Production, New Pipelines And Private Property Rights.

Soaring Natural Gas Production, New Pipelines And Private Property Rights.

July 15, 2014

The U.S. natural gas industry plans to build an estimated 89,000 miles of new pipelines. Some private land owners are fighting back. Please join us to discuss soaring natural gas production and the effort to protect family fields, forests and streams.

Joshua Horwitz: "War Of The Whales: A True Story"

Joshua Horwitz: "War Of The Whales: A True Story"

July 8, 2014

The story of a marine researcher and an environmental lawyer who set out to prove what's behind many mass strandings of whales. Their fight to limit Navy sonar in whale habitats.

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