Episode 229: A fake Ukrainian war casualty, Tig...04/17/15
The story behind a fake Ukrainian casualty of war | Tig Notaro | Danny Williams on Stephen Harper | the ethics of sex robots
Episode 228: Cameras in the courtoom, Bruce Dickinson,...
The case for cameras in Canadian courtrooms | Bruce Dickinson talks blimps | police killings in the U.S. | illegal download notices
Episode 227: Canada's moral obligation to fight ISIS,...
On this week's show: debating Canada's moral obligation to fight ISIS; Jay Z's new music streaming service Tidal; charity-owned international landlord Akelius; and Arizona's 'abortion reversal' law.
Episode 226: Pilots and mental illness, Dot Sucks and...
Episode 226: Pilots and mental illness, Dot Sucks and Pregnant in Limbo
Episode 225: Las Vegas' hockey bid, Medical tourism,...
On this week's show we take a look at Las Vegas' bid for an NHL team, what's attracting patients to Canada for medical treatment, the case of Robert Durst, Space-cakes at the Supreme Court, and more.
Episode 224: Syria's Monuments Men, Montreal mosque...
ISIS and the war on history | Hitler and the Royals | McDonalds in decline | A Montreal Mosque Moratorium | Godwin's Law |
Episode 223: Terrorism and mental illness, charity gone...
Mental illness and lone wolf terrorism | The pitfalls of crowd-sourced charity | Russian democracy activist Gary Kasparov and more
Episode 222: The religious roots of ISIS, redefining...
The religious roots of ISIS | redefining autism | a black hole mystery | a yoga giant faces abuse allegations
ISIS, the Koran & apocalyptic theology
Atlantic writer and Yale political science lecturer Graeme Wood on the Islamic State's apocalyptic theology, where it originated, and how it can help predict what ISIS will do next.
Episode 221: Inside the world of Columbiners, 'Kidults',...
Inside the online subculture of Columbiners | Kidults and the science of delayed responsibility | A new magazine offers gay Ugandans a voice | Radical homemakers
Episode 220: Controversial vaccine research, Sad YouTube...
Controversial vaccine research | Brian Williams and the decline of the news anchor | Sad Youtube finds humanity in a sea of online comments |The ethics of eavesdropping electronics
Episode 219: Assisted suicide and the disabled, cooking...
A new frontier on assisted suicide |Terror law and freedom of speech | Cooking with IBM supercomputer Watson |Long history of the anti-vaccination movement
Episode 218: Stem cell clinics off-shore, Dennis Rodman in...
Gordie Howe's stem cell miracle | New Yorkers dodge a blizzard and read poetry | Rodman in North Korea | Why are we friends with Saudi Arabia? | The killing of Alexander Litvinenko
Episode 217: Deflategate, American Sniper, Dox defense,...
Deflategate, the New England Patriots and bending the rules | A real American sniper on American Sniper | Crash Override: How to handle a doxing | Makayla Sault and the limits of cultural sensitivity
Episode 216: Lou Gossett Jr. on Oscar's whiteout, flying...
Debate: Free speech, Charlie Hebdo and hate laws | Lou Gossett Jr. on Oscar's all-white noms | Why Nigeria's military is losing to Boko Haram | Flying Africa's rhinos to safety
Episode 215: Charlie Hebdo Attack and Political Art, Nova...
On this week's show: Charlie Hebdo and the future of political art | Pope Francis: style or substantive change? | North Preston's Finest: sex trafficking from Halifax to Toronto | Is depression an infectious disease?
Episode 214: Martin Short, Disney and Autism, Carine...
A special memoirs edition of Day 6 with Martin Short and Carine McCandless, sister of Into The Wild's Chris McCandless.
Episode 213: The annual news quiz, how women see 2014,...
Shaun Majumder, Susan Kent and David Common take our 2014 news quiz | Was 2014 a good year for women 2014? | Canada's year of uncertainty
Episode 212: Reporting on the Sony leaks, pro sports and...
Ethics of publishing Hollywood's hacked secrets | Sports and social justice in 2014 | Books for Christmas with Becky |David Sax and Should I Eat It? | A Christmas song from Aaron's mom
Episode 211: No Limit Segregation, Phoney Online Science,...
CSC continues unlimited segregation of prisoners | Guantanamo guard says U.S. military complicit in torture |Six giant court battles in bringing Tolkien to the screen |Aboriginal rock rediscovered |Maggie Simpson and Edna Krabapple's scientific paper
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