- Forest for the trees
Today's show about forests in the state prompted lots of great phone calls, and interesting conversation with our forest experts. It wasn't until after the show - talking with the guests - that I realized I live where I live because of a state forest. People's State Forest in Barkhamsted is a remarkable, 3,000 acre park, which includes - in their words, "includes upland evergreen and hardwood forests with wetlands and streams that support diverse wildlife populations and plant communities.
- Things I like: Friday edition
- Talkin' about "Aftermath"
- Same-Sex Connecticut Couples Begin Tying Knot
- Generally Confused about Semantics...
- Memories of Joe
- Memories of dry cleaning, hot irons, etc.
- Lieberman meets with Reid, calls for unity
- A War Correspondent and a Community Organizer
- The Latest Connecticut Poll Numbers
- The Beecher sisters and a sex scandal; Naturalist Robert Finch
- The Food Schmooze: Jewish cooking with Arthur Schwartz and Bubby's Pies
- Preventing & healing heart disease through diet
- Nim Chimpsky; Understanding Abraham Lincoln
- The Book Show
- Mysterious experiences in surgery; The first sex change operation
- Healthful Baking with Agave Nectar
- A Food Schmooze Special Edition
- NOVA: Hitler's Sunken Secret
- How to be a Writer; Lee Jacobus; Julia Cameron
- THE AGATHA CHRISTIE CODE
THE AGATHA CHRISTIE CODE
Documentary looks at what makes Agatha Christie such a successful writer
Agatha Christie's novels have been translated into 44 languages and sold in 103 countries. After Shakespeare, she is the world's bestselling author in any genre with more than 2 billion books sold. On the 75th anniversary of the creation of one of her most famous characters, the immortal spinster sleuth Miss Maple, comes THE AGATHA CHRISTIE CODE.
- KNUT & FRIENDS
- GARROW'S LAW
- MASTERPIECE CLASSIC: South Riding
- FORGIVENESS: A TIME TO LOVE AND A TIME TO HATE
- WILLIAM AND KATE: A ROYAL WEDDING
- Father Michael McGivney
- The Asian & Abrahamic Religions: A Divine Encounter in America
- MASTERPIECE: CLASSIC Upstairs Downstairs
- THE CIVIL WAR