July 23, 2001

Turning a childhood passion into full-time work might seem like a fantasy, but Jonathan Yardley has done it. He talks about his love for books when he was a kid, and how he's now a professional book reviewer for the "Washington Post". He talks about how reading for pleasure is different from reading for a book review.

Personal trainers can help you look and feel better, but you could do harm to your body if you take the advice of an unqualified trainer. Barry Franklin, professor of kinesiology and health at Georgia State University, talks with Todd about how to pick a skilled personal trainer.

Plants that have impacted the world are being grown at the Eden Project, in England. The education manager for the project, Jo Readman, talks about this educational exhibit and how it features the plants we've used throughout history. She describes the large greenhouse structure in which the plants grow.