50. 11/15 The Mouse that Roared by Jim Whiting. One of America's best loved celebrities celebrates a birthday today -- although he'll probably have some good cheese instead of a cake. Jim Whiting will tell you the story.
51. 11/16 Harriet Quimby: America's First Lady of the Air by Cheryl Harness. Beautiful Harriet Quimby in her purple flight suit should have been famous as the first woman to fly across the English Channel on April 15, 1912. But another event the previous day garnered all the world's attention -- can you guess what is was? Cheryl Harness answers the question.
52.11/17 US 10, Halley, and More on Comets by Kerrie Hollihan. New Post, You know about Halley's comet, but did you know that another less famous comet is passing close to Earth right now? You will hear about it from Kerrie Hollihan
53.11/18 Super Sniffers by Nancy Castaldo. Did you know that a dog once found a body in an unmarked grave? Not so hard, you say. Well the man had been dead for 65 years -- so you may be curious about how the dog did it. Nancy Costaldo tells you about the science behind a dog's sniffing ability.