Thursday, Jan 01 12 p.m. (ET)

Kaizen: Feng Shui for the Brain (Rebroadcast)

Learn how to keep those New Year's Resolutions! A behavioral scientist figures out how to use an age-old Japanese principle to help anyone make life changes without fear or failure.

Thursday, Jan 01 1 p.m. (ET)

Everyday Survival (Rebroadcast)

For three decades, Laurence Gonzales has studied what happens when ordinary people survive in extraordinary circumstances like plane crashes and shipwrecks. In his latest book, he trains his focus on less exotic, everyday circumstances...

Thursday, Jan 01 1:31 p.m. (ET)

“Where the Wild Things Were” (Rebroadcast)

They're stories that might seem like odd local examples of environmental change: ants devouring the jungles of Venezuela and elk destroying the landscape of U.S. national parks. But scientists say these phenomena are not random -- they're...

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