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    Spark | Oct 26, 2014

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    Rewind | Oct 30, 2014

    A journey into fantastic literature. There are treats in store: ghost sightings from the poet P.K. Page and writers Margaret Atwood and Graeme Gibson, thoughts on ghosts from the film maker David Cronenberg and stories from Ray Bradbury and Oscar Wilde.

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    The Current | Oct 28, 2014

    The facts may not be all in, or even understood, in the Jian Ghomeshi file. But lots of people have already made up their minds. Today, we look at how the rush to judgment can be a torrent when celebrity is involved.

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    Writers and Company | Oct 26, 2014

    Eleanor Wachtel speaks to Pat Barker about her 'Regeneration' trilogy. It was named one of the 10 best historical novels of all time, and is an unflinching look at the First World War.

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This is That Headline: Apple enthusiasts stunned after discovering champion “apple” was actually a pumpkin Oct 16, 2014 | 4:36The Big Apple Showcase is arguably the most popular event at the Bowmanville Apple Festival. Well this year controversy swirls after it was revealed that the winning “apple” was in fact a pumpkin.
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