Greater Boston; Politics / Stem Cell Research / Bird Watching
Politics / Stem Cell Research / Bird Watching
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- Greater Boston
- Politics / Stem Cell Research / Bird Watching
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HUB CITY AT ITS BEST. A LOOK AT EVERYTHING AND EVERYBODY INTERESTING IN BOSTON. HOSTED BY EMILY ROONEY. Series release date: 1/1997
- Program Description
Politics Last week, Tom Reilly, Deval Patrick and Chris Gabrieli secured their spaces on the September primary ballot. Guests: Warren Tolman, Democratic analyst; David Bernstein, Political reporter, Boston Phoenix
Stem Cell Research Last week, Harvard announced its plans to clone human embryonic stem cells. The cells could aid in the search for the cure for diseases like ALS, diabetes and genetic disorders. Guests: Dr. Michael Grodin, Boston University School of Public Health; Judy Norsigian, Our Bodies Ourselves
Bird Watching David Sibley discusses the birds that begin to appear in the summer, including Baltimore Orioles, Ruby-necked Hummingbird, the Carolina Wren, Black-capped Chickadee, and others. Guests: David Sibley, Author, The Sibley Guide to Birds
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