Pakistan, The Day After
We'll have a report from Shahan Mufti, the Christian Science Monitor's correspondent in Pakistan ...
Pakistan has a large Islamist presence and Jihadi sympathies in its military. How safe are the country's nuclear weapons? We speak with Douglas Frantz, co-author of "The Nuclear Jihadist: The True Story of the Man who Sold the World's Most Dangerous Secret and How We Could Have Stopped Him."
Social Networking Sites
Internet social networking has taken off over the past year, with users flocking to sites like MySpace, Linkedin, and Twitter. We take a look at the phenomenon with David Weinberger, fellow at Harvard University's Berkman Center for Internet and Society and author of "Everything is Miscellaneous."
Christmas Tree Disposal
What to do with the live Christmas tree once you take it down? Many are fated for a landfill or a mulcher, but others are put to more creative uses. Kirk Koch manages the Lake Havasu Fisheries Program in Arizona's Mohave County and explains what happens to used Christmas trees in his city.
New Year's Food and Music
Kathy Gunst and James Isaacs compare notes on how to celebrate New Year's Eve. Kathy offers food tips; James brings in the music.
This program aired on December 28, 2007.