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Dispatches - Cinema therapy for refugees - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 7:02Dispatches Cinema therapy for refugees - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Cinema therapy for refugees - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 7:02In September 2008, Darrell Harvey visited a longstanding camp for Liberian refugees in Ivory Coast, and found that while they wait to return home after civil war, some refugees have become movie directors, and actors, and they're turning out films.
Dispatches - Iraq's Marsh Arabs - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 17:18Dispatches Iraq's Marsh Arabs - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Iraq's Marsh Arabs - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 17:18In April 2004,Margaret Evans traveled to the marshes of Southern Iraq, to find an ancient people, who'd survived Saddam Hussein's attempts to wipe them out. Now he was gone, and water was trickling back into the marshes, and so are the Marsh Arabs, but not quite as they were.
Dispatches - On the road to Northern Ireland - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 13:02Dispatches On the road to Northern Ireland - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches On the road to Northern Ireland - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 13:02In January 2007, Hadani Ditmars took a day trip north from Ireland to Northern Ireland, in the company of a wary southerner. Nine years after the Good Friday agreement and the promise of peace -- the two Ireland's were in many ways still alien to each other.
Dispatches - Khatune Chapichadze was kidnaped by would be grooms - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 8:08Dispatches Khatune Chapichadze was kidnaped by would be grooms - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Khatune Chapichadze was kidnaped by would be grooms - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 8:08In some parts of the world, a man who wants a wife can still kidnap one with scant regard for the legal consequences. Khatuna Chapichadze is from Georgia, she endured three such abductions. Hear our 2008 interview with her.
Dispatches - Scott Carney on Indian bones being stolen and sold - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 8:55Dispatches Scott Carney on Indian bones being stolen and sold - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Scott Carney on Indian bones being stolen and sold - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 8:55American journalist Scott Carney tells us about the trade in human bones in India, which find their way to medical schools around the world. We spoke to him October 8, 2007.
Dispatches - We sample Norway's sheep's head stew - eyes and all - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 8:27Dispatches We sample Norway's sheep's head stew - eyes and all - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches We sample Norway's sheep's head stew - eyes and all - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 8:27Feeling a little sheepish? So was Nachammai Raman who visited a farm in Norway to see and sample a traditional dish called smalahove - or sheep's head stew in 2010.
Dispatches - We visit the Chinese restaurant the specializes in one dish: penis - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 7:04Dispatches We visit the Chinese restaurant the specializes in one dish: penis - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches We visit the Chinese restaurant the specializes in one dish: penis - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 7:04In 2008 veteran CBC correspondent Anthony Germain visited one of China's most unusual dining spots. It's name translates to Strong in the Pan. Rather weak in the stomach is what Anthony found.
Dispatches - The Dispatch that raised the most money - Jun 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 4:42Dispatches The Dispatch that raised the most money - Jun 21/12 Audio
Dispatches The Dispatch that raised the most money - Jun 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 4:42Veteran CBC reporter Bill Gillespie filed to us from Afghanistan at the start of the war about a family nearly wiped out by errant U.S. bombs. Listeners sent fist-fulls of cheques to help survivors. Bill and Rick tell us now what happened next.
Dispatches - Late thanks for an incomparable meal - Jun 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 1:52Dispatches Late thanks for an incomparable meal - Jun 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Late thanks for an incomparable meal - Jun 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 1:52While in Japan the CBC's Jennifer Westaway looked up some acquaintances. Years later we hear just what we did for her by asking her to get us a story there.
Dispatches - Ferrie's tale of  near escapes and phantom files - Jun 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 3:07Dispatches Ferrie's tale of near escapes and phantom files - Jun 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Ferrie's tale of near escapes and phantom files - Jun 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 3:07
Dispatches - Canadian Dispatcher judges Italian radio - Jun 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 2:07Dispatches Canadian Dispatcher judges Italian radio - Jun 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Canadian Dispatcher judges Italian radio - Jun 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 2:07Rome-based veteran contributor Megan Williams was asked to judge an Italian competition to pick the best radio docs. They picked her because she was Canadian.
Dispatches - Mali's big bike appetite for Chinese-made hogs - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 4:33Dispatches Mali's big bike appetite for Chinese-made hogs - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Mali's big bike appetite for Chinese-made hogs - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 4:33Blake Lambert's original dispatch from October 2006 reported on Mali's huge appetite for Chinese-made motorbikes. Blake discovered why.
Dispatches - Hear the Stories our Correspondents Won't be able to ForgetJun 21, 2012 | 11:14Dispatches Hear the Stories our Correspondents Won't be able to Forget Audio
Dispatches Hear the Stories our Correspondents Won't be able to Forget Jun 21, 2012 | 11:14Each week on this program we promised you dispatches from our correspondents around the world. For our final show, Rick was joined by three who filed many of them. Margaret Evans is the CBC's Europe correspondent in London. Anthony Germain was the CBC's China correspondent for five years. And Connie Watson is the CBC's Latin America correspondent based in Rio. Rick asked what stories they won't forget.
Dispatches - Laura Lynch's memorable visit to Zimbabwe - Jun 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 2:20Dispatches Laura Lynch's memorable visit to Zimbabwe - Jun 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Laura Lynch's memorable visit to Zimbabwe - Jun 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 2:20She went to Zimbabwe several times for us, but will forever associate this one with a pair of scissors.
Dispatches - Croatian-Canadian finds Vukovar frozen in time - June 21/12Jun 21, 2012 | 12:19Dispatches Croatian-Canadian finds Vukovar frozen in time - June 21/12 Audio
Dispatches Croatian-Canadian finds Vukovar frozen in time - June 21/12 Jun 21, 2012 | 12:19In 2008 journalist Bojan Fuerst returned to Croatia by train to visit Vukovar 17-years after the seige by Serbian forces that lasted 87 days, but had frozen it in time.

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