How Tony Visconti, David Bowie's longtime producer, captured the artist's career in a 15-minute remix.
Friday's Geo Quiz brings us far from home: 63 light years away. There's a giant, hot, blue planet there with some extreme weather that scientists were able to visually observe this week.
Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield will be returning to earth Tuesday after five months of commanding the International Space Station. Marco Werman speaks with his unofficial social media manager and his son, Evan Hadfield.
The UK-based band My Bloody Valentine has made a comeback with their first release in 22 years. DJ Marius Asp tells us what he thinks of the band's comeback album, called "MBV."
We asked for your poem about the rock star or other teen idol who captured your imagination – as a teenager or now.
It's the first poem about David Bowie to win the Pulitzer Prize. Tracy K. Smith's collection Life on Mars contains many references to the man she salutes as the "Pope of Pop"
Surely you've experienced a song that gets stuck in your head, sometimes for no apparent reason, and won't go away. Well, turns out there almost always IS a reason, and scientists are actually doing research to try and understand the phenomena.
How often does a tune intrude on your thoughts and plays and replays in never-ending loops? Scientists call these intrusive musical thoughts "ear worms."
Neil Finn was raised on the Beatles and David Bowie. When he formed Crowded House band with his brother Tim, they wrote songs that were lyrical, melodic, and perfectly New Wave. Then formed a new band with his wife Sharon: the Pajama Club.