How to find the dinosaurs that hide inside modern birds
How a chance discovery in 2005 near the Williston Reservoir in British Columbia became a new museum for dinosaur tracks
Digging up a sauropod in Wyoming for Virginia Museum of Natural History
Dinosaur fossil hunt in Te Urewera on New Zealand's North Island in association with GNS Science and Ngai Tuhoe
Dinosaurs coming to the Naturalis Museum in Leiden as reported in Dutch edition of National Geographic (in Dutch)
Life-size Spinosaurus model added to Dinopark in Münchehagen, Germany (in German)
Panel discussion with Greg Tally and paleontologists Dr. Robert Bakker and Matthew Mossbrucker, analyzing the portrayal of dinosaurs in the early days of film (Gertie, Lost World (silent), King Kong) with audience of kids and adults at Denver Comic Con in Colorado; recording quality is OK but a bit shaky and echoey.
Correcting Bakker, note that the snake-like creature that wraps itself around King Kong in the 1933 movie was based on Charles R. Knight's inaccurate sinuous reconstruction of Elasmosaurus, not on Tanystropheus, which was still not very accurately or widely known at the time.