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Sunday Edition with Michael Enright

CBC Radio's The Sunday Edition is a lively three-hour program of conversation, documentaries and music. Michael Enright, an accomplished journalist and broadcaster, is the host and tackles everything from politics to pop culture, in Canada and around the world.

  • 34:51
    In this wide-ranging interview with Michael Enright, Beverley McLachlin calls for judicial reform, addresses criticisms of the Supreme Court, and shares her views on the impact of having more women on the bench.
    Dec 14, 2017
  • 06:05
    Paula Hudson-Lunn bids a fond farewell to a department store that saw her through some of the most important moments of her life.
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 10:22
    Traditional bagpipe bands are in serious decline. But the Niagara Regional Police Pipe Band is bucking the trend, with weekend get-togethers to help young enthusiasts master the pipes. Maureen Brosnahan’s documentary is called, “A Big Noise.”
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 06:44
    Paula Hudson-Lunn bids a fond farewell to a department store that saw her through some of the most important moments of her life.
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 16:19
    Exactly 50 years ago this Sunday, the American soul singer Otis Redding died in a plane crash, just after recording his best-known song, “Sitting on the Dock of the Bay.” (This segment in only available to Canadian listeners.)
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 26:37
    Napolitano, former US Secretary of Homeland Security, is now president of the University of California where some 4,000 undocumented immigrants go to school.
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 03:13
    "Various governments going back decades have postponed dealing with water and sewage problems on Canadian reserves. Or just plain ignored them. While governments have insisted that clean water was a priority, the spending didn't match the rhetoric."
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 25:59
    Jennifer Chrumka visits four people whose lives were changed this past summer by the Elephant Hill wildfire, one of the most devastating fires in a record-breaking wildfire season in B.C. Her documentary is called “From the Ashes.”
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 26:45
    McGill professor Charmaine Nelson studies what is known as the fugitive slave archive — a collection of advertisements for escaped slaves. Ms. Nelson says we must understand our history of slavery, to confront racism in Canada today.
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 01:51:51
    Michael's essay on contaminated water on reserves (39 secs); Napolitano on preventing deportation of the Dreamers (4:18); After the Elephant Hill fire (39:58); Eulogy for Sears (1:05:03); Reviving a bagpipe band (1:14:23); Canada's slave ads (1:24:52)
    Dec 8, 2017
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