March 10, 2003

Todd talks with Gerald Shur, the creator of the Federal Witness Protection Program, about how the program is organized, who it protects, and how it operates. He talks about the difficulties of protecting people and changing identities. Shur has been in the business since the 1960's, when he first encouranged the Justice Department to protect mobsters who broke their codes of silence. His book is "WITSEC: Inside the Federal Witness Protection Program".

Dental researcher Jeffrey Hillman talks with Todd about introducing bacteria to young mouths to prevent cavities. He tells Todd about the natural cavity-fighting bacteria in human mouths, and why his G-M bacteria will prevent tooth decay. Hillman is from the University of Florida, Gainsville.

Todd talks with Robert Oatman, founder of R.L. Oatman and Associates, about executive safety, and teaching executives to assess and avoid risks. He and Todd discuss international terrorism, violence in the workplace, and travel safety. More information is at