Joshua Zeman has been at the forefront of the true-crime genre for the past decade. He is the director of the critically acclaimed film Cropsey, the docuseries The Killing Season, and Murder Mountain. He joins Ian Punnett (Twitter) to discuss the case of David Berkowitz, a serial killer who confessed to the Son of Sam murders that had terrorized New York City for over a year in 1977. Followed by Jonathan Meiburg who received a Thomas J. Watson Fellowship to travel to remote communities around the world, a year-long journey that sparked his enduring fascination with islands, birds, and the deep history of the living world. He'll speak about complexities and wonders about not just the field of ornithology and the world's smartest birds, but the entire planet and humankind as well.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 6/12/96 when scientist John Kierein argued that the Big Bang theory was wrong.