Scam Me If You Can
Guest: Frank Abagnale, author, "Scam Me If You Can," "Catch Me If You Can," "The Art of the Steal" and "Stealing your Life"
We talk to a former professional imposter and world-renowned authority on the subjects of fraud, forgery, and cyber security to learn how to recognize a scam. He explains why public schools need to teach ethics, and he examines regret and redemption in his own life.
Discovering the San José’s $17 Billion Treasure
Guest: Jeff Kaeli, Research Engineer, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
In 2015, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution discovered the San José, a sunken ship from 1708 loaded with treasure valued up to $17 billion.
On Safari with Africa’s Last Great Herds
Guest: Sy Montgomery, naturalist and author, “The Magnificent Migration: On Safari with Africa’s Last Great Herds”
After three decades of waiting, Sy Montgomery finally had the opportunity to visit Africa with the foremost expert on African wildlife, Richard Estes. Sy travels through the Serengeti chasing wildebeest, avoiding tourists, and even braving a unanticipated night alone on the plains. But she also has a bigger story to tell: world leaders need to help preserve migratory routes that help these animals (and their habitats) thrive.