The Baltimore Sun's television critic David Zurawik makes his monthly visit to Midday. Among the stories we'll discuss this hour is David Letterman's retirement from late night television, and Stephen Colbert's takeover of his show.
Funnyman Stephen Colbert is set to take over the "Late Show" in 2015 when David Letterman retires.
The local food movement has led to changes in the demographics of farmers in Maryland. Some 70 percent of today's beginning farmers did not grow up on a farm. We'll speak with two Maryland farmers whose desire to support the local food movement evolved into a career. And we'll hear from Greg Bowen, president of Maryland FarmLINK, which provides resources and support to farmers.
With production help from Midday Intern James Daley.
Stricken with an autoimmune disease that sent her into years of physical therapy and doctors’ visits, Donna Jackson Nakazawa's life boiled down to basic survival. But things turned around when she met a Johns Hopkins doctor who introduced her to mind-body therapies. She chronicles her journey to better health in "The Last Best Cure: My Quest to Awaken the Healing Parts of My Brain and Get Back My Body, My Joy and My Life." Original air date 02/28/14
With production help from Midday Intern Choo Choo Hu .
John "Mad4Science" Monahan is back for another hour on science news, including the latest report from the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and the buzz surrounding the new FOX and National Geographic television documentary series "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey," hosted by renown astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Guest host Nikki Gamer