Digital ArchivesLawrence Hill opens the first Book of NegroesJul 29, 2008 | 5:01Writer Lawrence Hill meets Queen Elizabeth when The Book of Negroes wins the 2008 Commonwealth Writers' Prize for best book.
Digital ArchivesGoodbye, Pierre BertonNov 30, 2004 | 5:13The journalist, broadcaster and historian passes away in 2004 at age 84.
<p><em>Rick Mercer's Monday Report </em>produced by Island Edge Inc.</p>
Digital ArchivesIn the skin of Michael OndaatjeApr 24, 2002 | 11:56Author Michael Ondaatje discusses Toronto's early history and his <em>Canada Reads</em> 2002 winning book <em>In the Skin of a Lion</em>.
Digital ArchivesJane Urquhart on writing The Stone CarversApr 6, 2001 | 15:58Jane Urquhart talks about the origins of her latest novel, The Stone Carvers. The book tells the story of how the First World War affected one Canadian family, and the building of the Vimy memorial.
Digital ArchivesHot Type: A literary star called Roddy DoyleJun 23, 2000 | 17:50Roddy Doyle, the enfant terrible of Irish fiction, talks of being a child on the Emerald Isle.
Movie clips: The Commitments courtesy Beacon Communications, The Snapper courtesy Miramax, Michael Collins courtesy Warner Brothers.
Warning: contains explicit language.
Digital ArchivesHot Type: Jane Goodall's twin autobiographiesApr 28, 2000 | 17:32Famed primatologist Jane Goodall reflects on good and evil in humans and chimps.
Documentary footage and photographs courtesy The Jane Goodall Institute