January 25, 2001
Take a theater company and let them create an audio tour of one of the world's most notorious prisons. What do you get? A smashing success. Antenna Audio started with Alcatraz and never looked back. We'll hear how they did it.  Amy Heibel, Antenna's creative director, explains how the self-guided tours work and how they're used.

The Tyrannosaurus rex was probably more common that originally thought. Jack Horner, curator of paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana, discusses how his group has found a large number of T. rex bones, 
what he hopes to learn about the dinosaur from the discoveries, and the digs planned for this summer.

The "Freedom Ship", under construction in Honduras, will be a community at sea. The vessel will continuously sail around the globe and carry everything needed to live, including schools, stores, and homes.  Norman Nixon, CEO of Freedom Ship, talks about the project, the ship's massive size, and what life on it will be like.

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