The more things change…
So here I am at Minnesota Public Radio in St. Paul, the home of Garrison Keillor and the parent of “Marketplace.” Starting on Monday morning, February 9 (9 a.m. Central, 10 a.m. Eastern) I will be hosting MPR’s live call-in “Midmorning” show.
In the first hour on Monday, we will be second-guessing President Bush’s inquiry into the intelligence gap around Iraq’s WMDs, with the Melvin Goodman, formerly CIA, and Walter Pincus of the Washington Post.
In the second hour, we’ll be visiting Mars with Ken Croswell, the lyrical astronomer who puts the Hubble telescope on your coffee table. He blew us away five years ago with his “Magnificent Universe,” and he’s done it again with “Magnificent Mars.”