Jenny Kleeman is a journalist and documentary filmmaker who travels the world finding eye-catching, thought-provoking stories, and compelling characters. Her articles appear regularly in the Guardian and also in the Sunday Times (London), The Times of London, The New Statesman, and VICE. She has reported for BBC One’s Panorama and HBO’s VICE News Tonight. She won the One World Media Television Award for her work on Unreported World and was nominated for the Amnesty International Gaby Rado Award. She lives in England.
Journalist Jenny Kleeman explored innovations that are changing what it means to be human, including artificial wombs, lab-produced meat, automated death machines, and sex robots. First-hour guest Robert Zubrin shared updates on Mars.More »
Author and radio host Michael Olson expressed concerns over food shortages, and the selling of "fake" food. Followed by Irish author Tom Reilly on haunted castles and the controversial history of Oliver Cromwell.