By William Murchison - The Washington Times Shares
In "Connections," the historian of science James Burke highlights a technological development - say, the Normans' use of stirrups - that led to other developments that led, amid viewer "Ahas!" to developments that gave us the modern world.
"There wasn't anything to hang my hat on," said Mr. Burke, who has known Ms. Crundwell since she was a teenager. "Rita, she is a very, very smart person. I mean she is almost brilliant ... which I think probably was one of the reasons that a lot of people got bamboozled with her."