The version of the Bodoni typeface used here was created by the Bauer foundry in the mid 1920s, and is known for being truer to the original's form than later interpretations with its more delicate and elegant lines. The designers have wisely kept the font's size large — that delicacy wouldn't survive too well at paragraph sizes. Even so, they've obviously felt the need to support the letterforms with some shadow in some instances.
Engravers Gothic is used for the navigation and secondary headers. It makes a decent partner for the Bodoni because it shares some of its geometry, such as the squarish, straight sided M and a similar character width.