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Date: Saturday - January 8, 2011
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Faye Hueston, Curtis Ebbesmeyer

Author Faye Hueston shared the story of her personal struggle with environmental illness and the long search she undertook to find a cure.

In the first hour, oceanographer Curtis Ebbesmeyer commented on findings by an Oregon State University professor that call into question the size of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch (see article).

News segment guests: reporter Greg Hunter and birding expert Sharon Stiteler

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Meteoric Miss

Astronomer Mark Thompson may have been slightly embarrassed after missing a meteor during the live broadcast of the BBC's Stargazing Live series. Thompson had been expressing his disappointment about the lack of activity when the meteor blazed across the sky behind him. View the video at Mail Online.

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Bumper music from Saturday January 08, 2011

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