Roses, Horror Movies, Musical Brew

Body & Soul
S1:Ep2524 mins2004Guest: Kerrie-Anne Baker

Special needs children in Russia enjoy a camp that helps with their rehabilitation. In India, a rose is not just a pretty face, but a part of ayurvedic medicine thousands of years old. Researchers wonder whether the popularity of horror movies is based on escapism. Is Hong Kong running out of space so quickly that the only way to race is up? A dog in Kenya rescued an abandoned baby. Telecommunications search for way to disguise cell phone towers so they blend in more pleasingly with their surroundings. Poly styrene bricks show promise in speeding up construction times. Fitness expos give the public a look at the latest in fitness methods and equipment. Fewer youngsters in Japan are showing interest in sumo wrestling. A new dental paste can become a filling, perhaps replacing the need for drilling. New Zealand scientists have developed a device to help patients with heart failure. A Japanese soy sauce maker uses classical music to improve the quality of their product.

Featuring: Kerrie-Anne Baker
Video Language: English