January 28, 2003

Todd talks with our technology expert Heather Newman about this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. They talk about what's new in the world of gadgets and what we can expect to see in stores in the future. Newman writes a technology column for the Detroit Free Press.

Bats may use "stealth" tactics to fool moths into thinking they're a safe distance away, when in fact they're in for the kill. James Fullard, a Professor of Biology at the University of Toronto, has discovered that bats alter their high frequency emissions to fool their prey and he joins Todd to talk about it.

Our travel advisor, Joe Brancatelli joins Todd to discuss the latest in world travel. They talk about security and passenger traffic may be affected by possible war with Iraq. They also discuss code-sharing and the future of some airlines.




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