Star gazing may be the most universal moments of wonder. Neil deGrasse Tyson says he's been awed by outer space since he first went to a planetarium. He's been hooked on science - and wonder - ever since.
In the days of tall ships and explorers, people collected exotic wonders in cabinets of curiosities, wunderkameren. Writer and teacher Heather McDougal has long loved those early days of science. Her blog's called "Cabinet of Wonders."
In the run-up to this show, many of you sent in your stories of wonder. Here they are, crafted into an eight-part soundscape with the voices of Michael Arnold, Cynthia Woodland, Caryl Owen, and Peter Sobol. Thanks for sharing your stories!