Let’s see how many errors we can count. I’m guessing (based on past performance) we’ll see between 5 and 10 major errors. Maybe even a rehash of polar bears.
Tom Brokaw’s New Global Warming Documentary
For someone who supposedly “retired” in 2004, Tom Brokaw has kept plenty busy. He filled in as moderator of Meet the Press after the death of Tim Russert, pitched in on campaign coverage for NBC and completed a documentary on global warming in 2006. Covering the environment isn’t a fad for Brokaw — the South Dakota native is a longtime outdoorsman, often fly-fishing near his home in Montana and hiking with green friends like Patagonia founder Yvon Chouinard. The former NBC Nightly News anchor just finished a new climate change documentary — Global Warming: The New Challenge with Tom Brokaw — which airs on the Discovery Channel on Mar. 18. Brokaw spoke to TIME in New York shortly after his return from a biking trip to Africa. Apparently semi-retirement isn’t so bad.
Tonight March 18th 10 PM EST and 10 PM PST on the Discovery Channel.
Feel free to note any errors seen here.
For those that missed the first viewing, see the additional air times here
What I find most interesting is that when you go to the main page of discovery.com you find that the site is sponsored by an oil company – Shell.
Looks like Discovery Channel is in the pay of “Big Oil”. Gosh! I’ll await the pronunciations from the usual suspects like Joe Romm.