Monday: Royal baby born, Close whale call, Alan Turing pardon


Highlights Include:

Part One:
*Royal Baby: Kate and Edward's little prince prompts an outpouring of good cheer at Greenwich Village's Tea and Sympathy teashop in New York City.
*Close Whale Call: Scuba charter operator and diver Shawn Stamback tells us what it's like to be swallowed by a whale, almost, in Morro Bay, California.
Part Two:
*Alan Turing Pardon: British Peer Lord John Sharkey wins government support for his bill that would quash the criminal conviction for being gay for code breaker and computer inventor, Alan Turing.
*Mayan Soap Opera: Bruno Carcamo produces Baktun, Mexico's first Mayan language telenovela, for Quintana Roo Public Television.


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