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This week on HearSay, September 3 - 7, 2006


Monday, September 4
Labor Day Special Programming
LIFE STORIES: WOMEN AT WORK

Tuesday, September 5
HearSay Classic: RAISING CAIN: OUR BOYS AT RISK
They're kinetic, energetic....and failing.  Why are our boys at risk in the classroom?  On today's HearSay, we examine why education performance is deteriorating for male students and why success is such a challenge.  Join Cathy and her guests for a look at the obstacles young men face and what can be done to change the current trends.

www.pbs.org/opb/raisingcain/
www.pbs.org/parents/raisingboys/
www.msnbc.msn.com/id/10965522/site/newsweek/

Wednesday, September 6
HearSay Classic: ALTERNATIVE FUELS

Ethanol, biodiesel, and natural gas - fuels once viewed as marginal sources of energy are looking more appealing as global unrest and high gas prices become the norm.  Cathy talks with Paul Roberts, the author of The End of Oil: On the Edge of a Perilous New World, Al Christopher, Executive Director of the Hampton Roads Clean Cities Coalition, and Daniel Kammen, Director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory at the University of California, Berkeley about the future of alternative fuels.

Hampton Roads Clean Cities Coalition
www.the-end-of-oil.com
www.conservationfund.org
US Department of Energy's Alternative Fuels Data Center

Thursday, September 7
HearSay Classic:
NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCES
On today's HearSay we look to "the other side" and examine the white lights and dark tunnels experienced by one third of adults who have died and lived to tell about it.  We'll talk to some survivors about what is a "typical" experience, what are the aftereffects, and what the medical community says about these experiences.

The International Association for Near-Death Studies
Near Death Experiences Research Foundation


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