Reed Albergotti and Vanessa O’Connell, both Wall Street Journal reporters who wrote on the Lance Armstrong doping scandal as it was breaking, talk about their just released new book: “Wheelmen: Lance Armstrong, the Tour de France, and the Greatest Sports Conspiracy Ever.” Then Jake Hutchinson, Avalanche Safety Expert joined to talk about snow science and snow safety. Finally, a conversation with Patty Chang Anker about her book, “Some Nerve: Lessons Learned While Becoming Brave."
Mary McIntyre and Mary Closser come in to talk about The Climate Reality Project and their role as Climate Reality Leaders. Then, we speak to Bernice Notenboom, the host of a new series on the Weather Channel called "Tipping Points." It premiers Saturday, Oct. 19.
Host Doug Wells, joined by guest host Barry Hanover, talk with Orly Lobel, author of "Talent Wants to be Free: Why We Should Learn to Love Leaks, Raids, and Free Riding." Next, Tom Karren, CEO of Mokimobility, an expert in mobile app operations. Finally, Susan McTiernan, associate dean for graduate programs in the Quinnipiac University School of Business, on what Janet Yellen's nomination to replace Ben Bernanke as head of the Federal Reserve means to women.
The first guest is Chris Johnson, Director, Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, School of Computing at University of Utah. Fusing advanced computing and visualization with biomedicine has earned Chris a prestigious award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society. Then, David Epstein, author of "The Sports Gene:Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance.