Tonight's episode (at 7:30; repeated on Friday night at 10:30) is a rebroadcast of an interview that I did with second-generation oceanographer Jean-Michel Cousteau. (You can read my original blog item here.)
And since you're already on the Internet at this moment, you might also want to check out the fabulous website that our genius-level KQED interactive team has put together for Cousteau's PBS series, Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures. There's all kinds of information on such topics as fighting global warming and preserving natural sanctuaries, there are ring tones and wallpapers to download, and there's a whole bunch of stuff for educators to use with their ocean-loving students.
Just about the only thing you won't find on the website is the mystical source of Cousteau's effortless charm. Must be something the French put in their water. ...
2 comments September 18th, 2006