October 23, 2001

We've all told a lie at some point in our lives. Author Evelin Sullivan talks with Todd about our motives for lying, and the purpose it serves. She discusses how lying has been included in writings throughout history, and how religions perceive telling lies. Her book is "The Concise Book of Lying".

Carl Djerassi invented the birth control pill in 1951, and he talks about the invention, and its impact on women and reproduction. He explains his thoughts on birth control for men, and the sexual revolution of the 1960's. His book is "This Man's Pill: Reflections on the 50th Birthday of the Pill".