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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 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