Margot Adler/Willie Weir/Paul & Phil Late Night/Trafficking

Margot Adler NPR correspondent Margot Adler is giving a presentation in Stockton today about paganism as part of the University of the Pacific's Colliver Lecture Series, which explore religion in modern society. Today on Insight, you'll meet Adler and hear about how she became a practicing Wiccan.

Margot Adler speaks at 8 p.m. today at the University of the Pacific in Stockton.

Willie Weir Sacramento-native Willie Weir is an adventure cyclist who travels around India and Bosnia by bike. His new book is "Travels with Willie, Adventure Cyclist" and for the next three nights he'll be speaking in Sacramento. You'll meet Weir and hear about his travels.

Willie Weir speaks at 7 p.m. today, Wednesday and Thursday at REI Sacramento, 1790 Expo Parkway, Sacramento. Information: (916) 924-8900.

Paul & Phil in Late Night For four decades "The Tonight Show" has battled competitors and won in the end, but the late-night time slot has been a battleground strewn with bodies. In the 1980s, Fox tried to knock off Johnny Carson. First, with Joan Rivers' "The Late Show" which failed. They tried again with a vareity of hosts without success and in 1987 enlisted Sacramento's Paul Robbins and Phil Cowan as hosts to go head-to-head with Carson. Phil Cowan tells you the story of the Wilton North Report.

Human Trafficking Sex trafficking is a worldwide problem but a local Congressman plans to ramp up the battle again it at home and abroad. Rep. Dan Lungren and Truckee Chief of Police Nicholas Sensley tell you about the problem and what they hope to do about it.

Rep. Dan Lungren is sponsoring a congressional forum on human trafficking at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17th in Rancho Cordova.


About our guest host: Douglas Everett is a practicing physician in Sacramento and Stockton. He hosts "Radio Parallax" on KDVS 90.3 FM Davis, Thursdays at 5 p.m.


Insight was not heard on Monday, Feb. 15th, 2010.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010