But first, on the third anniversary of the worst nuclear disaster in the world, I'll talk with the authors of "Fukushima, The Story of a Nuclear Disaster".
As you'll hear, America is just waiting for it's own nuclear mega-disaster. Despite promises after March 2011, the U.S. industry is still stalling on safety-critical fixes to aging reactors. It's just a matter of time.
I interview a 17 year veteran of the American nuclear industry, expert David Lochbaum from the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Then it's co-author Susan Stranahan, lead reporter on the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on the Three Mile Island reactor melt-down in 1979. She's still on the case, because they still aren't safe.
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