PATT MORRISON SCHEDULE
Tuesday, February 1, 2011
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ALEX COHEN FILLS IN FOR PATT
1:06 – 1:39
1:41 – 1:58:30
Post Mortem: How
Over 7,000 people die in
ALEX: Post Mortem was a joint investigation conducted by ProPublica, PBS FRONTLINE and NPR. You can watch the FRONTLINE documentary of the story tonight at 9pm on most PBS stations. NPR will continue to air reports today through Thursday on Morning Edition and All Things Considered. And
A.C. Thompson, reporter at ProPublica
Vidal Herrera, medical examiner, founder of 1-800-AUTOPSY; former Field Deputy Coroner Investigator with the Los Angeles County Chief Medical Examiner Coroner
2:06 – 2:30
Childfree – and green?
2:30 – 2:47
2:47 – 2:58:30
Robert Ebert’s back with a new voice
Film critic Roger Ebert, who lost his ability to speak due to damage done during treatment and surgery for cancer of the thyroid and jaw, says he absolutely won’t go through another attempt to rebuild his jaw. His voice, however, is being digitally reconstructed by a Scottish company called CereProc, using recordings from his past TV shows. With a new prosthesis, and soon with a new voice, Ebert is launching his latest TV program, Ebert Presents at the Movies. Director Werner Herzog and newsman Bill Kurtis do voice-overs of his reviews and co-host Cindy Lemire of The Associated Press adds to the mix. To find out how the customized electronic voice will work we talk with the man creating it, and to Ms. Lemire on this new experiment in programming.
Dr. Matthew Aylett (EYE-lett), Chief Technical Officer for CereProc, a Scottish company based in
Christy Lemire, film critic for The Associated Press. She is co-host of the new show, Ebert Presents at the Movies.
Senior Producer, Patt Morrison
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