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The World this Weekend with Martina Fitzgerald

The World This Weekend is a comprehensive half-hour news and information program with up-to-date developments on the key stories of the day followed by documentaries. Broadcast weekends at 6 p.m. (7 p.m. AT, 7:30 p.m. NT) on CBC Radio One.

  • 30:00
    The World This Weekend keeps you up to date with what's happening in Canada and around the world.
    Dec 10, 2017
  • 03:58
    In the capital of the world's newest country, South Sudan, a crop of young designers and fashionistas are building a nascent fashion industry, against all odds. That story by Tanya Birkbeck, an International Women's Media Foundation South Sudan Fellow.
    Sep 1, 2017
  • 04:46
    Women in France once made beach-side toplessness trendy, but now, research shows that ditching the bikini top is losing its appeal. John Laurenson reports.
    Sep 1, 2017
  • 05:15
    Usain Bolt has run his last solo 100 metre race. Former Olympian and CBC Sports analyst, Anson Henry, helps us get inside his head.
    Aug 5, 2017
  • 02:41
    There's a rule we try to adhere to in radio: "The microphone is always on." There are signs it could be good advice for doctors too.
    Jul 31, 2017
  • 03:00
    Iraqi government troops have killed thousands of ISIS militants in Mosul. What to do with the families of those militants is the next big challenge.
    Jul 15, 2017
  • 02:28
    Pickle Lake, Ontario is believed to be home to the province's northern-most farm. The people who run it want to bring fresh food to the surrounding communities. But they'll have to contend with an unforgiving climate and the rugged Canadian Shield.
    Oct 28, 2016
  • 03:44
    In central France, modern builders are constructing a medieval castle -- using medieval methods. The site has become a training ground for people wanting to apply 13th century techniques -- to their 21st century lives.
    Oct 28, 2016
  • 03:25
    Molly Segal reports on whirling disease being found at six more locations in waterways near Banff National Park. The disease affects trout and salmon and can cause infected fish to swim in a whirling pattern and die prematurely.
    Sep 30, 2016
  • 03:52
    Adam Bemma finds out how refugees from South Sudan are finding new lives in Uganda's towns and cities.
    Sep 30, 2016
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