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James Burke's work has explored the idiosyncratic relationships between technology, science and social change throughout modern history. Through a variety of media — radio, television, print and the Internet — Burke has brought the world a unique perspective on how all of history is interrelated and interdependent. The legendary science writer and host of the landmark series Connections and The Day the Universe Changed celebrates the 25th anniversary of his first appearance on public television. In RECONNECTIONS, Burke sits down with fellow technology writer Michael Malone for a lively tour through Burke's career, memorable anecdotes from the series and Burke's current work. Burke and Malone's intense conversation ranges from the birth of Connections to the challenges of shooting a mini-series around the world, to the "connections" that would be made today.