As It HappensB.C. gardener posed to break record for world's longest cucumberSep 1, 2015 | 5:33A Kelowna man is claiming he's grown the world's largest cucumber. And soon, it's going to be quite the pickle...literally.
The Doc ProjectSometimes there are monsters under your bedSep 2, 2015 | 27:25When freelance producer Naomi Buck moved her two young children from Germany to her native Canada, she was struck by how cultural differences impacted her children's experiences on the playground - and beyond.
QMeet the professor who's becoming David BowieSep 2, 2015 | 19:09To understand a man, walk a mile in his shoes — and hair, and make-up. Cultural Studies professor Will Brooker on his year as David Bowie.
The CurrentMigrant Crisis: Follow the path of refugees seeking EU asylumSep 2, 2015 | 19:25They come armed with hope for a better life. The images of many people fleeing conflict and terror flash across our screens, embedding themselves in our minds. What will become of them? We hear from witnesses who are talking to the refugees first hand.
StrippedEpisode Ten: Dead BodiesAug 28, 2015 | 27:30What happens when we die? We don't have a clue. But we do have some idea about what can happen to our bodies. Take it from a dead body, someone who thought they were dead, and others, in this, the final episode of Stripped.
IdeasBelonging: The Paradox of Citizenship - Gross National HappinessNov 14, 2014 | 53:58In Part 5 of the 2014 CBC Massey Lectures, Adrienne Clarkson explains why we can be both part of Canada as a country, and part of every other person who shares our land, our values and our history.
New FireEpisode 10: Season Finale Political Panel (Sept. 1, 2015)Sep 1, 2015 | 27:30There's a federal election in just a few weeks. But how relevant are politics to indigenous youth in 2015? To answer that question, Lisa Charleyboy sat down with three people who have spent much of their young lives in the indigenous political trenches.
Day 6Nunavut's food crisis is becoming an election issueAug 28, 2015 | 12:35With sky-high grocery prices and increasing costs associated with hunting, it's not uncommon to hear stories of Nunavummiut concerned about their next meal. Federal candidates in the riding are proposing solutions - and an Inuk food campaigner responds.
Grownups Read Things They Wrote as KidsHamilton (Season 2, Episode 10)Aug 31, 2015 | 26:59Hormone-fueled high school dances, a traumatizing game of spin-the-bottle, and solid advice from a third-grader.
The CurrentDonald Savoie: Duffy trial reveals how public service 'lost its way'Aug 31, 2015 | 19:29The Prime Minister's Office wields a lot of of power throughout the public service. Too much power, according to Donald Savoie who says that power has become so centralized, the public service has become beholden to top-down orders, warping our democracy.