In the first hour, author Varla Ventura shared some of the strange stories from her new work, Book of the Bizarre. Ventura talked about ancient clay tablets uncovered from a human sacrificial pit in Tartaria, Transylvania in 1961. Known as the Transylvanian Tablets, these artifacts contain the language of a Stone Age agricultural tribe.
Tonight's guest, Sir Charles Shults, sent us an image which coveys the vast number of enigmatic objects seen on the surface of Mars. Click here to see the complete collection of Martian oddities.
European scientists have just completed the first cataloging of Antarctica's land and sea wildlife. The ambitious study logged over 1,000 species in the area. BBC News has more on the story, including video of the creatures in their natural habitat.
With her surprising saxophone skills, Sara the Walrus has been charming scores of visitors to Istanbul's new Dolphinarium. More on the story at the Telegraph.
In this AP video clip, Bob Brier comments on architect Jean-Pierre Houdin's theory that the Great Pyramid was built from the inside out using a long internal corridor.
A recent photo of Art's wife Airyn, their daughter Asia, and one of the Bell cats. Click here to view in full.