Episode 385: An artificial kidney is trialled, a great rethinking for parking spaces in London, some early film scenes of Hawaii, the beauty of Saint-Saens’s “The Swan” played by Kathryn Stott and Yo-Yo Ma, and more…

Good News: A new design for an artificial kidney has been trialled, powered by blood pressure! Link HERE.

The Good Word: A brilliant thought from Helen Keller.

Good To Know: A little bit of trivia about “writing with light”…

Good News: A charitable group in London is campaigning to reimagine some great uses for the excess of parking spaces in that city, Link HERE.

Wonderful World: Take a trip both across the waves and back in time, with this charming collection of silent film clips of Honolulu in the late teens and early 1920s, Link HERE.

Good Company: Listen to some recollections of the great Mister Rogers, courtesy of one of his friends and chroniclers, Tom Junod, HERE.

Sounds Good: Happy birthday (tomorrow) to the great Romantic Era composer Camille Saint-Saens. Listen to his timeless piece “The Swan” in the hands of pianist Kathryn Stott and cellist Yo-Yo Ma, Link HERE.

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