September 10, 2001

Kenn Kaufman, field editor and bird watcher, tells us about his life studying birds. He talks about his passion for birds, and listing nearly every bird in North America. His book is "Focus Guild to Birds of North America".

Jim Winslow, psychologist at Emory University, discusses the oxytocin protein, and why he believes this substance helps us with social connections. He talkes about his research, and how a lack of oxytocin may reduce social memory and impair our ability to recognize other people.

Alan Axelrod, writer, talks with Todd about the regime of Queen Elizabeth I. He describes the political and economic ruin Great Britain faced at the beginning of her rule, and how her leadership transformed the country into one of the most powerful in the world. His book is "Elizabeth I CEO: Strategic Lessons From The Leader Who Built An Empire".