James Hansen, a leading NASA climate scientist, says the Bush administration has tried to silence his warnings about global warming. Writer and scientist Mark Bowen wrote the book on the affair: Censoring Science: Inside the Political Attack on Dr. James Hansen and the Truth of Global Warming. ALSO, In Paul Thomas Anderson‘s new film There Will Be Blood, the young actor Paul Dano plays a rural preacher at odds with the oilman (Daniel Day-Lewis) at the center of the story. Dano previously appeared in Little Miss Sunshine, playing the teen who was an elective mute.
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Golden Globes cancelled? The latest on the Hollywood writers strike including reaction to last night’s return to television of The Daily Show and The Colbert Report without the use of their writers. We’ll hear from MICHAEL WINSHIP the President of the Writers Guild of America, ROBERT THOMPSON a professor of Television and Popular Culture at Syracuse University and MELANIE McFARLAND the TV critic for the Seattle Post Intelligencer. Listen to this show via Real Audio | mp3
Soul-folk songstress Ayo‘s debut album, Joyful, is an easy-going blend of soul, folk, and reggae sensibilities that isn’t afraid to wear its heart on its sleeve. Her rich cultural background and Bohemian nature has allowed her to develop into who she is today and speak out with her music through song. The result is a collection of bittersweet songs filled with all her various experiences and the people she’s encountered along the way.
AYO: Down On My Knees