September 25, 2001

Scientists are now turning to the seas to find treatments and medicines for human ailments. William Speck, a pediatrician and director of the Marine Biology Laboratory in Massachusetts, talks with Todd about what they are learning from the underwater dwellers.

Donald Janzen, anthropologist, talks with Todd about "intentional communities". He describes these groups, which range from religous sects to hippie groups. He describes where they live, how they are formed, and why.

Our travel advisor, Joe Brancatelli, talks about the state of the airline industry after the attacks on New York City and Washington, DC. He talks about the money that the government has given the airlines, and what will happen with airline safety.