Guest host Alex Chadwick talks with Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer about the oil that spilled in the Yellowstone River last month. Alex gets an update on the clean-up and talks to the governor about Montana as an energy state.
Former Marine Corps Drill Sergeant Jerry Ensminger has been on 15-year crusade to convince the public that the tap water at the Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune caused his daughter's death from Leukemia.
Ikal Angelei is on a campaign to keep Ethiopia from building a damn near Lake Turkana. If completed, the Gibe 3 Dam would be the largest hydroelectric plant in Africa, and would dry up the fisheries used by thousands of people living in the desert around the lake.
Nicholas Peart, a student at Borough of Manhattan Community College, has been stopped and searched three times by New York City Police officers. He tells Dick he feels he is a target, and that he does not feel safe around police officers.
How long would it be to walk every one of Barry Bonds's walks? If this kind of statistic appeals to you, then settle in and listen to Craig Robinson, the graphic illustrator who captures the arcane and inventive facts of baseball.
Frank Bender was a forensic sculptor who stumbled into his calling. He was able to see the faces of missing people and homicide victims with few clues. Frank passed away last week. Producer Peter Clowney visited him in his Philadelphia studio some years ago, and we are re-airing this profile.