The Face Never Lies

Friday, January 23, 2009

Transcript

The new FOX show "Lie To Me" follows a psychologist who can detect a lie by watching a person's minute facial gestures and body movements. Sounds implausible, except that much of it is real. The show's main character is based on the life and work of Dr. Paul Ekman, who serves as the program's scientific adviser. Ekman explains what it's like to watch his life's work on TV.

Comments [3]

zhaoyang from China

The programme is wonderful.

Feb. 06 2009 05:23 AM
CM from Maryland, USA

Hey, can you guys add links to add to Facebook in your podcasts? That would be great. Thanks!

Jan. 24 2009 05:01 PM
CM from Maryland, USA

I loved this interview, thanks!!

Jan. 24 2009 05:01 PM

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