Don't Look Back

Dont Look Back is a challenging action-platformer in a minimalist style.

Get Religion for Your Brain Today

What a bargain! But watch those side effects.

Front page of Reddit and Digg, then censored by Youtube!

It's the PSA that's got the Internet talking.

Skin Care: Target Women

Is beauty more than skin deep? Hell no! Welcome to the golden age of skin science.

Current TV scoffs at ads bombarding women with pseudo-science and dubious claims.

Closed Zone

Yoni Goodman, director of animation for the Academy Award-nominated film, "Waltz with Bashir" has created Closed Zone, a new animated film on the closure of Gaza.

The Leghorn Blows at Midnight

Henery the little Chicken Hawk intrudes upon the barnyard antics of Foghorn Leghorn and the Barnyard Dog. Released in 1950, RT 7:15. Fifth episode in which F.L. appears.

The star-nose mole

One of the most intriguing stars in the universe is right here on Earth: the eleven pairs of pink fleshy appendages ringing the snout of the star-nosed mole.

The star is an extraordinary touch organ with more than 25,000 minute sensory receptors, called Eimers organs, with which this hamster-sized mole feels its way around.

The star-nose dmole is capable of eating his prey faster than any other predator on earth. He can identify and eat a worm in about 320 milliseconds, half the time a human can recognize a red traffic light.

SNL: The Rock Obama

A sketch on Saturday Night Live with Dwayne Johnson. Rahm Emanuel really wishes Barack Obama would express a little anger.

The IT Crowd: Friendface

A new social networking website known as Friendface starts up and Roy, Moss and Jen become members. This slowly becomes an obsession when Jen is invited online to a school reunion and Roy meets his old girlfriend. In an attempt to "big herself up", Jen bribes Moss to act as her husband during the party. Meanwhile Roy, unable to find an easy way to tell his ex that he is no longer attracted to her, tells her he has since fell in love with Jen and offers to meet her.

PBS History Detectives: Slave Songbook

Avery Clayton, the president of the Mayme A. Clayton Library & Museum in Culver City, California, recently discovered an unusual book in his late mother's extraordinary collection of African-American artifacts.

The small, cloth-bound book, titled Slave Songs of the United States, has a publication date of 1867 and contains a collection of 136 plantation songs. Could this be the first book of African-American spirituals ever published?

HISTORY DETECTIVES host Wes Cowan visits a music historian in Los Angeles to explore the coded messages and the melodies that laid the foundation of modern blues, gospel and protest songs of future generations. He also meets with Dr. James Norris, Director of the Howard University Choir for a special concert of selections from Slave Songs sung in the traditional style of mid-1800s spirituals.

17:40 segment.