Overheard: Ready for Your Trip to the Moon? | 03.12.13

Affordable and Reliable Trips to The moon and Mars?

by Virtually Speaking Science in SCIENCE

NBC.com’s science editor, Alan Boyle, talks with Doug Griffith and Taber MacCallum about achieving affordable, reliable and frequent human expeditions to the moon as well as Mars.


Is Oz the great and powerful a must-see?

by RU Instant Reaction Review in MOVIES

BFCA film critic Marc Eastman and co-host Shane Leonard review Oz the Great and Powerful as well as Jack the Giant Slayer.


Campaigning to Be ABC’s FIRST Black Bachelorette

by Your15Minutes Radio Network in TELEVISION

Fans of ABC’s The Bachelorette, tune in to one woman’s quest to become ABC’s first black Bachelorette. Dr. Misee Harris chats about her goal and what it would mean to her.


Bo and Luke duke plan Dukes of Hazzard christmas cd

by Milling About in MUSIC

At 61, Tom Wopat, Luke Duke in the original Dukes of Hazzard, still sings like a bird. He’s got a new CD of standards out, and a Christmas CD with DOH co-star John Schneider planned.


escape to ireland to Find your celtic roots

by Travel Brigade in TRAVEL

2013 is the Year of The Gathering in Ireland, and many Americans and Canadians have Irish roots. Travel Brigade gives you the best tips on tracing your family history.


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One thought on “Overheard: Ready for Your Trip to the Moon? | 03.12.13

  1. Simon Applebaujm

    Hi, Overheard readers! Again, congratulations on this new BTR feature. Check out Tomorrow Will Be Televised, the radio program all about TV here on BTR. We’re on this Friday with Aaron Kaplan, executive producer of The Neighbors, ABC’s Wednesday night sitcom. Call or chatroom in your questions/feedback for Aaron Friday at 3 p.m. Eastern time, noon Pacific time, exclusively on BTR. Thank you for your listening, and spreading the word of BTR as THE place to discover what the world has to say!

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