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This edition: Science and the Arts

Episode Details

Original tape date: September 24, 2013.

First aired: September 24, 2013.

Mike Gilliam meets a Battlestar Galactica consultant who says the best superheroes are governed by the laws of real science.

Donna Hanover talks mysteries written by a woman with a diverse career as a physicist, engineer and nuclear waste manager.

Carol Anne Riddell visits an art exhibit all about the color – and sound – of frogs.

Andrew Falzon reports on a special writing program used to help cancer survivors.

Dr. Max Gomez with a photography exhibit with some unusual scientific subjects.

Tinabeth Pina reports on the healing power of music.

For More Information:
Batttlestar Galactica - en.battlestarwiki.org/wiki/Kevin_Grazier
Mystery Writer - www.minichino.com
Frogs - www.amnh.org/exhibitions
Visible Ink - www.mskcc.org/cancer-care/counseling-support/writing-visible-ink

Music Therapy:
- musictherapy.imnf.org
- www.musicandmedicine.org
- www.facebook.com/ArmstrongMusicandMedicine

SPECIAL THANKS:
Moreen Bosch
Al Bumanis
Benjamin Hager
Matthew Jordan, MT-BC
Doris Koon
Brian Miller
Carol Rubiano
Dr. Alan Turry

Guest List

Paul Bartels Music Therapy Stroke Patient

Kevin Grazier, PhD. Science Consultant

Judith Kelman Founder, Visible Ink

Joanne Loewy DA, MT-BC, LCAT, Director, The Louis Armstrong Center for Music & Medicine

Camille Minichino Mystery Writer / Scientist

Christopher Raxworthy American Museum of Natural History

Dr. Steve Ross Nikon Instruments

Barbara Schacter Participant, Visible Ink

Dr. Concetta M. Tomaino Director, Institute for Music and Neurologic Function

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