PATT MORRISON SCHEDULE
Friday, July 3, 2009
1:00 - 1:20
The Sunscreen Debate – Is More Really More?
Even though the FDA proposed a cap on SPFs at 50+, brands are still putting sky-high skin protection on the shelves and consumers may be buying in. From 75 to 85 and now to 100, the auctioneer is raising the number and raising it fast - but, is there any merit in SPFs that high, or is just brand hype?
Yohini Appa, Senior Director of Scientific Affairs at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies, of which Neutrogena is a subsidiary.
Dr. Barbara A. Gilchrest, (M.D) Department of Dermatology,
1:20 – 1:30
Richard Miller - Breakthrough Photographer
Richard Miller, a pioneer in photographic methods, often used the cabro printing process, a technically detailed and challenging method of production, in his amazing photography, which includes early pictures of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean. In contrast, he used black and white film to document the building of the
WEB: An exhibit of his early color commercial and fine art photographs from the 1930s and 1940s is at the Getty through August 5th.
Richard C. Miller, photographer
Michael Andrews, poet, photographer, and author. He has known Richard Miller since the 60s and worked with him to put together "Freeway."
1:30 - 2:00
Eat Food. Not Too Much. Mostly Plants.
Award winning author Michael Pollan is back on the road to talk more about what we should and should not be eating. In his latest New York Times bestseller In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto, Pollan explains why we should avoid the center aisles of the grocery store, think often of our great-grandmothers, and the difference between actual food that is safe to consume and the ever dangerous edible food-like substances.
Michael Pollan, author, most recently, of "In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto." His other books include "The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals" and "The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World."
2:00 – 2:30
It Was the Summer of 59!…Wait No, 69!
Can a year make that big a difference? Patt speaks with two authors that believe a year can change everything. Patt mediates as Fred Kaplan the author of 1959: The Year Everything Changed and Rob Kirkpatrick the author of 1969: The Year Everything Changed duke it out and defend their years.
Fred Kaplan, author of 1959: The Year Everything Changed
Rob Kirkpatrick, author of 1969: The Year Everything Changed
2:35 – 3:00
Driving Like Crazy with P.J. O’Rourke
Satirist and best-selling author of P.J. O'Rourke joins us with his latest collection of essays - "Driving Like Crazy – Thirty Years of Vehicular Hell-bending Celebrating America the Way It's Supposed to Be – With an Oil Well in Every Backyard, a Cadillac Escalade in Every Carport, and the Chairman of the Federal Reserve Mowing Our Lawn." Armed with his wit and an SUV, O’Rourke takes aim at the "fun-suckers" trying to take the joy out of
Satirist P.J. O'Rourke