This 12-part series was produced by the Pacifica Radio Archives in 2002, featuring the world-renowned activist and physician Dr. Helen Caldicott. Programs feature highlights from Dr. Caldicott's career and her struggle to save the planet from nuclear disaster from 1970-2002, and interviews with specialists such as Michael Parenti, Julia Butterfly HIll, Noam Chomsky, and others. Dr. Caldicott is the founding president of Physicians for Social Responsibility and was a nominee for the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. The series is written and produced by Brian DeShazor; production and technical direction by Mark Torres; narrated by Lily Tomlin.
Episode 01: Highlights from the past 32 years of Dr. Caldicott's career and struggle to save the planet from nuclear disaster.
Episode 02: Excerpts of speeches by Dr. Caldicott from 1992 to 2002.
Episode 03: Includes Dr. Michael Parenti; Chief Seattle; KPFA's Kris Welsh with Dr. Caldicott.
Episode 04: The threat of Star Wars II with Michio Kaku, physicist and anti-nuclear activist.
Episode 05: Nuclear plants in America with John Sellers, executive director of the Ruckus Society.
Episode 06: More on the war on terrorism with Blase Bonpane, director of the Office of the Americas, with commentary.
Episode 07: Ecology and environmental movements with Julia Butterfly Hill, environmental activist.
Episode 08: Helen Caldicott in dialogue with Noam Chomsky, professor of linguistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and author of "9/11"
Episode 09: Helen Caldicott in dialogue with Ramona Ripston, president of the ACLU of Southern California.
Episode 10: Greg Palast, reporter for the BBC and author of "The best democracy money can buy."
Episode 11: Helen Caldicott in dialogue with Amy Goodman, host of "Democracy now!"
Episode 12: "Leadership and hope in uncertain times", a speech by Helen Caldicott.