More than a decade after the Rwandan genocide, reconciliation comes in forms not only political and diplomatic, but also artistic. Michael Kavanagh reports on a radio soap opera in Kigali – a Shakespearean love story complete with murder, thievery, a Romeo, and his Juliet.
Touting a commitment to the environment has become a lucrative strategy for the unlikeliest of industries. And greenwashing ads are where corporate America sells its enviro-conscience. Corporate watchdog John Stauber explains the lack of regulation that lets any company wrap itself in green.
The Weather Channel, long a stalwart of straight-ahead weather reporting, has decided to start comprehensively following the story of climate change. The channel’s resident climatologist Heidi Cullen argues that all TV meteorologists should integrate climate change science into every weather report.
Before TV programs can air images of people who have just been arrested or experienced some other embarrassing spectacle, they have to get a release from that person. Why would anyone agree to sign? Bob puts the question to the professional signature hounds.