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Steven Johnson

What are the most important innovations that helped create the modern world? Writer Steven Johnson discusses his book and PBS special “How We Got to Now: Six Innovations That Made the Modern World” and describes our tremendous leaps forward over the past several decades.

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Marja Vongerichten

Marja Vongerichten took a huge chance by digging into the roots of her past, having no idea what she was going to discover. Because she took the risk, her life has now taken a whole new direction, and she’s taking us on the journey with her.

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Susan Polis Schutz

Susan Polis Schutz is a best-selling author, poet, activist and the founder of the hugely successful greeting card company Blue Mountain cards. And with her new film “Over 90 and Loving It,” she’s helping to change the way the world sees aging.

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They Saved the World

Tim Gray was always fascinated with stories of World War II and the men and women who saved the world. He left behind a career as a successful TV sports reporter because he knew time was running out to capture these stories.

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Wanda Urbanska

Could the recession actually be a good thing? The woman leading the simple living movement thinks our current economy will actually encourage Americans to hit a reset on their finances and start living the smart way. Find out how.

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Melissa Godoy

Filmmaker Melissa Godoy’s projects have appeared on PBS and they all share one thing in common — they aim straight for the heart. Her new film, “Do Not Go Gently,” examines what happens to creative people as they age.

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Marsha Bemko

“Antiques Roadshow” executive producer Marsha Bemko describes the quirky show’s unlikely success and explains the surprising effect the recession has had on the show.

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Wanda Urbanska

Move over, Martha! Wanda Urbanska is here to simplify and de-clutter your life. And she’s been doing it for years. She says it’s time for everyone to get back to the basics.

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