Sunday EditionFamily feuds over wills and estatesNov 18, 2014 | 29:59About one trillion dollars will change hands in Canada over the next two decades, the biggest inter-generational transfer of wealth in Canadian history. Two lawyers talk about the surge in family feuds over wills and estates.
Sunday EditionMaking the banks pay - Michael's essay; Estates, wills and the entitled generation; Mail about war and Remembrance Day; Karl Ove Knausgaard; Mail about paid sick leaveNov 21, 2014 | 1:16:52Podcast for November 23rd, 2014
Sunday EditionMaking the banks pay - Michael's essayNov 21, 2014 | 4:04Six years after the financial collapse, why have no high-level executives been prosecuted? Thoughts about the search for justice, fairness and honesty in the ranks of high finance and big business.
Sunday EditionKarl Ove KnausgaardNov 20, 2014 | 29:51A feature interview with Karl Ove Knausgaard, whose six-volume, 3,600-page autobiographical novel, My Struggle, has made him a darling of the international literati.
Sunday EditionRemembering Alistair MacLeod; Sexual assault and the law; In praise of the theremin; WW1 - "What for?" and "Vimyism"Nov 7, 2014 | 1:53:17Remembering Alistair MacLeod; Sexual assault and the law; In praise of the theremin; WW1 - "What for?" and "Vimyism"
Sunday EditionKaren Armstrong: "Religion does not beget violence"Nov 27, 2014 | 56:40Michael interviews religious historian Karen Armstrong on her new book "Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence".
Sunday EditionJiminy Cricket, I'm HungryNov 27, 2014 | 13:44Darren Goldin owns a farm that raises an unusual kind of livestock: crickets -- for human consumption. Producer Frank Faulk visits Goldin's farm to find out what all the chirping is about.
Sunday EditionOut of Thin Air - In praise of the thereminNov 7, 2014 | 23:34Producer Lindsay Michael takes a look at why the eerie, ethereal musical instrument known as the theremin is having a mainstream moment in Canada.