Segments on animal anti-freeze, an 18th-century alchemist who may have lived for 2,000 years, and another fantastic feature from Aries Keck on immortal jellyfish. (Whoa!)
Image courtesy of nurpax on Flickr.
The Great Textbook War keeps raking in the awards – this time a 2010 National Edward R. Murrow Award. Go Trey! (Trey Kay is the producer and brain behind the doc and the guy who hired me to help out.) I’m so honored to have my name in the credits, and I’m so thankful that Trey brought me on board.
I had the great fortune to work on this hour-long radio documentary with producer Trey Key, who won a 2010 Peabody Award for the piece. Trey recorded his scratch tracks in my new home studio, and I’m hoping that sets the bar high for the work that will be produced out of there. I edited the scratch tracks and did a rough mix of the full doc which was a lot of fun. Great to work on a project that gets some well-deserved recognition! Listen to the final, full-length doc here.
A show about some of the most infamous missteps in science history. Segments on thalidomide, Typhoid Mary, and cold fusion. Science can certainly get ugly sometimes.
Image courtesy of the National Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health.