MYSTERIES OF SLEEP
Using cutting-edge technologies, scientists are learning what happens while we sleep and trying to answer the question: If sleep is so important, why do so many of us have such a hard time doing it? Writer/Producer/Director: Terri Randall. Editor: Jedd Ehrmann (PBS/NOVA-2020.)
Birds have an undeserved reputation for low brainpower. In fact, they produce one of the most glorious phenomena in nature: birdsong. How do their brains do it? And what does this skill tell us about the evolution of another remarkable phenomenon, human language? (NOVA ScienceNOW – 2010). Writer/Producer/Director: Terri Randall. Editor: Jedd Ehrmann.
Afraid of People
Donnie Osmond narrates this television special about social anxiety disorder—an extreme fear of social situations. The program follows four patients from diagnosis through treatment. (American Public Television- 2004)
HOW SMART CAN WE GET?
Does everyone’s brain have untapped genius just waiting for the right circumstances to be unleashed? From a man who can immediately name the day of the week of any date in history to a “memory athlete” who can remember strings of hundreds of random numbers, David Pogue meets people stretching the boundaries of what the human mind can do. (NOVA Science Now- 2012). Writer/Producer/Director: Terri Randall. Editor: Jedd Ehrmann.
The Science of Picky Eaters
Why do some kids hate broccoli, and others gobble it up? The answer may lie in our genes. Hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson. Winner of a CINE Golden Eagle in 2010. (NOVA ScienceNOW- 2009). Writer/Producer/Director: Terri Randall. Editor: Jedd Ehrmann.
Pregnancy for Dummies
Based on the “FOR DUMMIES” books, “Pregnancy for Dummies” is a four-part series about the trimesters of pregnancy as well as the first three months of life. Randall Productions also produced Dating FOR DUMMIES and Marriage FOR DUMMIES (Discovery Health- 2004-2005)
What Kids Want to Know About Sex and Growing Up
Nominated for a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Children’s Programs, this Sesame Workshop, 3-2-1 Contact special, tackles the sensitive subject of sex education for children 8-12. (PBS- 1992)