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Author Tom Wooton tells you about his new book; Berkeley prof writes about physics; Festival returns to Sacramento
Bipolar Advantage Mental illness has always been a part of the human condition, as has been the dilemma of how to deal with it. Author and consumer advocate Tom Wooton has a few things to say about that subject from the perspective of a man diagnosed with sever bipolar disorder. Today on Insight, Tom Wooton tells you about his latest book "Bipolar in Order: Looking at Depression, Mania, Hallucination and Delusion from the Other Side."
Physics for Presidents A UC Berkeley professor has released a new book that looks at the science of physics and how it should be used in government. Dr. Richard Muller tells you about "Physics for Future Presidents: The Science Behind the Headlines."
Found Footage The Found Footage Festival is returning to Sacramento. It's a celebration of odd videos, some of them found in garage sales and dumpters. It includes exercise videos, public access shows, corporate training programs and a surprisingly intimate presentation by Angela Landsbury. Jeffrey Callison spoke with curator Nick Prueher about the festival in April 2009.
The Found Footage Festival is at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4th at Movies on the Big Screen at The Guild Theater, 2828 35th St., Sacramento.
About our guest host: Douglas Everett is a practicing physician in Sacramento and Stockton. He hosts "Radio Parallaz" on KDVS 90.3 FM Davis, Thursdays at 5 p.m.