Mark Tewksbury on gold medals and gay athletes.
From a childhood accident to a Paralympic champion, and one of Canada’s most decorated athletes.
Inside the Munich Massacre and one of the worst terrorist attacks in Olympic history.
Keith Boag is there as tempers flare and tear gas flies in Ferguson, Missouri over the killing of an unarmed black teenager.
Back Story producer Cesil Fernandes recommends the new CBC original podcast Love Me.
The champ. The great one. Mark Lee’s Back Story on his exclusive interview with Muhammad Ali.
Heartbreak, a questionable call and what some call a stolen game. Canada’s longest serving female soccer player takes you back to the field and the London 2012 Olympics.
Adrienne Arsenault travels to Nepal in the wake of the worst earthquake that country has seen in more than 80 years.
Scott Russell’s Back Story on the Ben Johnson doping scandal and the dirtiest race in history.
Back Story will return in a few weeks with more stories, more correspondents and more podcasts.
The photo seen around the world, and the family left mourning. From Istanbul, Gillian Findlay’s Back Story “The boy on the beach”.
After spending more than 400 days in an Egyptian prison, this is Mohamed Fahmy's Back Story.
Connie Walker’s Back Story on the Truth and Reconciliation Commission inspired a group of grade 7 and 8 students in Saskatoon to reflect on what reconciliation means to them. Here’s their stories, as told to the CBC’s Leisha Grebinski.
This week David Common shares an episode of "Ground Truth" an original podcast co-produced by WGBH in Boston and The GroundTruth Project.
Steven D’Souza was there as thousands cheered, white smoke bellowed and a new pope was chosen.
Connie Walker has reported extensively on Canada’s residential schools, but she’s also seen the effects on her family first hand.
In 1986, Carol Off sold most of her belongings to buy a plane ticket to Pakistan with the hope of interviewing future Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. A hijacking, an uprising and a reunion decades later, this is Carol’s Back Story.
As coalition troops marched into Iraq, and Saddam Hussein fell from power, the CBC’s David Common was there.
From his first mandate as Prime Minister to his party’s devastating loss in the last federal election, Susan Lunn gives you an inside look at the rise and fall of Stephen Harper.
The earthquake in Haiti killed thousands of people, turned buildings to rubble and made David Gutnick question the role of a journalist.
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