Program 388: Digging England; Astronaut's View of Earth; Holy Land Travels

Release Date: 12-13-2014


Look at the world in a whole new light: Hear about a view that's "out of this world" as astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield describes the photos he took of Mother Earth from 250 miles away, and what they revealed. We also explore how the Roman and pre-historic worlds are within reach when you dig a little beneath the surface in Britain. And listeners share the highlights of their travels in the Holy Land.


  • British tour guide and historian Roy Nicholls
  • Astronaut Chris Hadfield, Commander of International Space Station Expedition 35, and author of "You Are Here" (Little, Brown and Co.) and "An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth" (Little, Brown and Co.)

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Program Extras

More with Roy Nicholls - Caller Rebecca in Granbury, Texas asks British guide Roy Nicholls about digging for fossils along the shores of southern England. (runs 2:19)