The Weird World Of The Walrus

1. Hear Lewis Carroll's 'The Walrus And The Carpenter'

Beautiful rendition of a Lewis Carroll classic

2. The Mystery of the Maritimes Walrus

The species of walrus that lived off Canada's east coast was hunted to extinction 250 years ago.

3. Northwest Cuisine By Boat, Whale And Walrus

Ross Reynolds speaks with Seattle chef and restaurateur Renee Erickson about her first cookbook, 'A Boat, a Whale, & a Walrus: Menus and Stories'

4. How to Speak Walrus

Marine biologist Colleen Reichmuth says that few mammals can match the vocal talents of the walrus.Produced by David Levin. Original interview by Doug Hamilton. Learn more at pbs.org/novaNOVA is produced by WGBH in Boston. Funding for NOVA is provided by David H. Koch, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Lockheed Martin Corporation, and PBS viewers.

5. TUSK, SMODCAST Goes To Toronto's Midnight Madness

In which #WalrusYes leads all the way to the legendary 'Midnight Madness' section of the Toronto International Film Festival.

6. The Carpenter Of The Walrus

In which we meet a real, live muse. With special guest Brighton Poet and Hoaxter Chris Parkinson.

7. Kevin Smith #3

Kevin Smith is back on The Nerdist! They talk about how much they loved the first time Kevin was on the show, where the famous Silent Bob trench coat came from, and how social media has had such an important impact on his career. He also talks about a Craigslist ad he read on his podcast one day. The ad was for a man who was willing to let someone stay in his home for free under the contingent that they wear a Walrus Suit. During the podcast, Kevin and Scott Moiser ended up breaking down the plot for a film based on this ad. Kevin pleaded with his listeners to tweet #walrusyes or #walrusno to him if they thought he should work on a script base don this idea. The idea was wildly popular and the result is his new movie TUSK!

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