- Inside the male and female brain
As you're multi-tasking through your day, consider this -- women's brains are more efficient than the larger brains of men. A brain researcher talks about what these gender differences mean.9:06 a.m.
Apostolos Georgopoulos, MD: Regents Professor of neuroscience at the University of Minnesota, and director of the Brain Sciences Center at the Minneapolis Veterans Administration Hospital.
- The Friday Follow: David Doubilet
Underwater photographer David Doubilet talks about his latest photographic adventures. He appeared on the Midmorning program on April 27, 2006.9:45 a.m.
David Doubilet: One of the leading underwater photographers in the world. He's worked as a photographer for National Geographic since 1972.
- A story of hardship on the prairie
Willa Cather's sympathetic portrayal of immigrants living on the Nebraska prairie has made her novel "My Antonia" an American classic. It's the latest selection of the Midmorning Book Club.10:06 a.m.
Andrew Jewell: Editor of the Willa Cather Archive Web site and co-director of the Willa Cather Journalism project. He is professor of Digital Projects at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries.
Janis Stout: Retired professor from Texas A&M University, and author of "Willa Cather: The Writer and her World." She is the keynote speaker of this year's spring meeting of the 52nd annual Cather Foundation in Red Cloud, Nebraska.
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