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Bill Cosby and the power of the image07/30/15
Guest host Francine Pelletier talks to photographer Amanda Demme, who took the photos and created the stunning image of Bill Cosby's victims for the cover of New York magazine, and to Barbara Bowman, one of the women she photographed.
The fight against fracking
Alberta scientist and energy consultant Jessica Ernst about her lawsuit against fracking that she says has contaminated her water; joined by her lawyer, Murray Klippenstein of Toronto. Interviewer is guest host Francine Pelletier.
The Sunday Edition, July 26, 2015
Greece at the crossroads, invu with Syriza party's Secretary General of Communication Lefteris Kretsos; Nelofer Merchant on how we sit too much; "Utopia on the Prairie", doc about Palmer, Saskatchewan.
Greece at the crossroad
Francine Pelletier speaks with the Syriza party's Secretary General of Communication, Lefteris Kretsos, about the future of Greece.
The Sunday Edition, July 19, 2015
When political ads backfire; Doc - The right thing to do; Monumental arguments about how to remember; Listener mail on Dylan and dope; Doc - In praise of the theremin
Dylan goes electric
Musicologist Rob Bowman talks about the significance of an iconic Dylan performance at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965.
The Sunday Edition, July 12, 2015
Dylan goes electric; Internet double; Medical marijuana; Cricket cuisine
The man who invented gender
Author Terry Goldie talks about the legacy of the controversial New Zealand-born sexologist, John Money, whose work in the 1950s and 60s shaped our thinking on gender and sexuality.
The Sunday Edition, July 5, 2015
Guest host Rachel Giese talks to Terry Goldie, author of The Man Who Invented Gender; Michael Enright feature interview about the history of gin; Ira Basen doc on sharing economy; mail about coalition government.
The coalition conundrum
Canada's political culture has been resistant to coalition governments.
Complicated Grief Disorder
Essay by Emelia Symington Fedy.
No More Silence
A panel discussion about Canada's missing and murdered aboriginal women.
Stalin's Daughter, the Extraordinary and Tumultuous Life...
A biography by Rosemary Sullivan
Why the Senate will never be abolished - Michael's essay
The problems with the Senate have more to do with the people appointed to it than with the institution.
Why is Canada in Iraq?
Canada's Defence Minister Jason Kenney says the West's military strategy against ISIS is working. Andrew Bacevich, a retired Colonel in the United States Army, disagrees.
"I Want My Own Room" - an Alisa Siegel documentary
Sophie and Faye, two sisters, 7 and 9, share a bedroom. They both want out, and they've launched a campaign to make it happen.
Listener's mail for June 21, 2015
Listeners react to Michael's essay from last week about the culture of sexual abuse in Canada's military and the RCMP, and our documentary on Margot Bentley,who has advanced Alzheimer's and is being kept alive - despite her wish to die.
The Sunday Edition, June 21, 2015
Abolishing the Senate; Canada's Iraq mission; Their Own Room; Jealousy; Mail; Inuit children discover their heritage.
Michael's essay - The culture of sexual abuse in the RCMP...
To the military leadership of the armed forces and the officer corps of the RCMP, sexual abuse, including sexual assault, seems to constitute a public relations problem.
Listener mail for June 14, 2015
Listeners sent in their own grammar pet peeves following last week's interview with New Yorker copy editor Mary Norris, author of "Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen".
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