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PLANETS, STARS AND GALAXIES

We speak to David Aguilar, the author and illustrator of a new encyclopedia of the universe from National Geographic.

CIA VIDEOTAPES

CIA Director Michael Hayden faces the first of two congressional closed-door grillings today about who knew what when regarding the destruction of videotapes made of the waterboarding interrogations of two terrorism suspects. We speak with Washington Post National Intelligence reporter, Joby Warrick.

GEORGE H.W. BUSH

The latest book in the American Presidents Series from Times Books takes a look at the presidency of George H W Bush, including his role in the end of the Cold War. Historian and author Tim Naftali joins us.

ZOONOSIS

What do roundworm, cat scratch fever, and scabies have in common? They're all human afflictions that are contracted from pets. Veterinarians and doctors are beginning to get together to work on these diseases. We speak to veterinarian Michael Lapin from Colorado State University and Byron Blagburn, an infectious disease specialist at Auburn University.

This program aired on December 11, 2007.

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