June 12, 2001

In the 19th Century, it was up to local communities to set up their time "zone". This created problems, as author Clark Blaise explains, until Sir Sandford Fleming helped to create standard time. Blaise has written "Time Lord: Sir Sandford Fleming and the Creation of Standard Time".

The Portland Airport has invited artists to paint murals in the hallways, and now plays calming sounds like birds and falling water to relax travelers. Shelley Krum, spokesperson from Interspace Airport Advertising, talks with Todd about the project.

Religious Studies professor Philip Jenkins talks with Todd about the Gospel of Thomas, when it was discovered, and why liberal sects of Christianity have adopted it. He talks about why this gospel is not authentic. His book is "Hidden Gospels: How The Search For Jesus Lost Its Way".