Dec 17, 2014 | 53:58Ideas Bottom's Dream Audio
Ideas Bottom's Dream Dec 17, 2014 | 53:58Director Peter Sellars turned A Midsummer Night's Dream on its head at the Stratford Festival. For him, the play is not so much a comedy, as a vision that speaks to the depths of human experience.
Dec 15, 2014 | 53:57Ideas The New Masters - The Sobey Art Award, Part 1 Audio
Ideas The New Masters - The Sobey Art Award, Part 1 Dec 15, 2014 | 53:57A profile of the five regional finalists of the 2014 Sobey Art Award. From the West Coast and Yukon: Evan Lee. Prairies and the North: Michael Dumontier and Neil Farber. Ontario: Chris Curreri. Quebec: Nadia Myre. The Atlantic: Graeme Patterson
Dec 9, 2014 | 53:59Ideas Shackleton's Grave Audio
Ideas Shackleton's Grave Dec 9, 2014 | 53:59Underwater explorer Dr. Joe MacInnis makes a pilgrimmage to the grave of Sir Ernest Shackleton, on remote South Georgia Island, in the extreme South Atlantic Ocean. He pays homage to the man who completely dominated South Pole exploration.
Dec 4, 2014 | 54:00Ideas The Sharing Economy Audio
Ideas The Sharing Economy Dec 4, 2014 | 54:00Anne Wright-Howard examines how the sharing economy challenges 20th century notions of ownership, commerce, government regulation, wealth and personal identity.
Dec 2, 2014 | 53:58Ideas The Motorcycle is Yourself Audio
Ideas The Motorcycle is Yourself Dec 2, 2014 | 53:58Robert Pirsig's Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance has been called the most widely read book of philosophy ever written. Forty years after its publication, Tim Wilson revisits an extraordinary interview he did with its author.
Nov 28, 2014 | 53:58Ideas Recognizing Grey Audio
Ideas Recognizing Grey Nov 28, 2014 | 53:58Director, author, actress and journalist Nelofer Pazira peels back the layers of the western media's simplified black-and-white coverage of the Middle East in the 2014 Dalton Camp Lecture in Journalism.
Nov 25, 2014 | 53:58Ideas Letters from the Front Audio
Ideas Letters from the Front Nov 25, 2014 | 53:58Soldiers from Perth County in Southern Ontario went to the First World War and sent letters home to their loved ones, writing about their daily experiences: what they were seeing and doing, as well as their fears of dying.