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Friday, October 27, 2006

Show 5: Halloween

Two-year-old Jerry Zhu admired fellow jack-o'-lanterns at a pumpkin carving festival.


In anticipation of the upcoming holiday, this show was about Halloween. We heard from a local group of ghost hunters, a record-breaking crew of pumkin carvers, and Taylor's adventure with an invasion of costumed characters.

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Friday, October 20, 2006

Show 4: Space

Seismologist Cliff Frohlich spoke about moonquakes.


This show was about space. We talked about personal space, outer space, and how dancers use space in their art.

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Friday, October 13, 2006

Show 3: Luck

BU alum and author Travis Roy talked about luck. (Photo by Tim Morse courtesy of the Travis Roy Foundation)


This show was about Friday the 13th. What does that mean? Do you feel lucky? Superstitious? Does luck even exist? In this show, we found out what a philosophy professor had to say about moral luck, we took a trip to a glazier who gave us the breakdown on how broken mirrors affect luck, and our guest this week was BU alum Travis Roy, who gave us another view on luck.

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Friday, October 06, 2006

Show 2: Challenges

Cynthia Maloney talked about the challenges of being a doula.


In this show, we discussed challenges: in sports, in politics and in giving birth. We headed out on the race course with some athletes in a triathlon, we checked in on the Senate race between Dianne Wilkerson and Sonia Chang-Diaz, and we had a guest with us who discussed her work as a doula, helping women through childbirth.

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