Eye on Earth - September 20, 2019
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CBS News Radio presents "Eye on Earth," an in-depth look at climate change and the fight ahead. CBS News Correspondent Budd Mishkin reports.

Dead Sound - May 22, 2019
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Concert sound today bears little resemblance to the early days of Rock N Roll -- when acts like Chuck Berry and The Beatles swept the young hearts of the nation. The quality enhancement is due in large part to one band's drive and innovation. CBS News Correspondent Jim Chenevey reports on how the Grateful Dead paved the way for modern concert sound.

CBS News Radio Interviews - March 14, 2015
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry says there is no guarantee a deal can be reached over Iran's nuclear program. The deadline to reach an agreement with the United States and five Western allies is coming up at the end of the month. Michael Singh is the Managing Director of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. He tells CBS News' Gauthier Giacomoni that he isn't surprised.

CBS News Radio In Depth - October 9, 2014
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A surprise hidden inside a publicly displayed work of art in Boston opens up. CBS News' Gauthier Giacomoni has more.

CBS News Radio Interviews - June 28, 2014
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President Obama will ask Congress for more than two billion dollars to combat the surge of illegal immigrants flooding the South Texas border. Democratic Texas Congressman Henry Cuellar tells CBS News' Gauthier Giacomoni additional funds would be a good start.

Weekend Roundup - July 19, 2013
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CBS' Gauthier Giacomoni meets some of New York City's underground musicians.

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StarTalk Radio Cosmic Minute - January 29, 2015
Just how close will Apophis come to Earth? Apophis, an asteroid the size of the Rose Bowl, will come closer to Earth than our communication satellites – should we be worried? Join us as StarTalk host Neil deGrasse Tyson reassures comic co-host Lynne Koplitz and then describes how he thinks humanity will react to a chance to save the world, if necessary.

StarTalk Radio Cosmic Minute - January 8, 2015
Do you know why days are shorter in the winter? December 21 is the Winter Solstice. Listen to this Cosmic Minute as StarTalk Radio host Neil deGrasse Tyson explains the concept of a solstice and why we have shorter days in the winter to comic co-hosts Chuck Nice and Leighann Lord.

StarTalk Radio Cosmic Minute - August 28, 2014
How much of Earth can astronauts on the International Space Station see? Revisit the conversation between StarTalk Radio host Neil deGrasse Tyson and NASA Astronaut Shannon Walker as she floats above the Earth and tells us what it’s like to view the planet through the ISS cupola viewing station. 

StarTalk Radio Cosmic Minute - May 13, 2014
Listen in as StarTalk Radio host Neil deGrasse Tyson tells comic co-host Chuck Nice about an early Space Station concept designed by Hermann Oberth in 1929 - and influence it had on one of the Oberth's students, a young Wernher von Braun.

StarTalk Radio Cosmic Minute - December 10, 2013
Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of StarTalk Radio, discusses the first space stations to be sent into Earth’s orbit. From Russia’s Mir to the USA’s SkyLab station, Neil gives a brief glimpse into the early days of humans in space with comic co-host Chuck Nice.

StarTalk Radio Cosmic Minute - October 20, 2013
Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of StarTalk Radio, comments on Stephen Hawking's warning about evil alien invasions and gives his own take on how aliens would perceive Earth and what could happen should they decide to study us.

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Wood Working Teacher for the Blind - January 22, 2012
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With unemployment high on everyone's list of concerns, we thought we'd look at the lighter side, to people who are employed in very odd jobs. Gauthier Giacomoni meets a man who runs a wood workshop for the blind.

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Virtual Sight - New Video Game Helps The Blind Navigate Using 'Virtual Maps' - November 8, 2011
When it comes to helping the blind navigate through the world, there are several options. A cane is probably one of the most useful tools. Seeing-eye dogs can also be a huge help. And there are portable GPS systems that can help as well. But here in Boston, researchers are developing another tool to help the blind: video games.

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The McLovins: A Video Profile - March 31, 2011
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Gauthier Giacomoni interviews The McLovins, a Connecticut based improvisational rock band already touring the East Coast even though its members haven't even finished high school yet.

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The Historic Women of Beacon Hill - March 11, 2011
Gauthier Giacomoni embarks on a walking tour that notes women who've contributed to the rich cultural history of Beacon Hill.

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Hingham, Mass. - October 6, 2010
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When politicians and the media mention Main Street, they evoke one people and one place. But there are over 10,466 streets named Main in the United States. Mapping Main Street is a collaborative documentary project. Gauthier Giacomoni maps Hingham, Massachusetts' Main Street.