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.
The Doc ProjectA Question for the MilitaryAug 26, 2015 | 27:30For two years, Rick Rogers has been on a mission to get to the truth about his daughter's death. Now, Rick's search for answers could end up changing the way the military investigates a soldier's death.
The Current'Missoula' author Jon Krakauer investigates campus rape - August 26, 2015Aug 26, 2015 | 25:00What happens when college football players are accused of rape in an American town where college football is king? According to writer Jon Krakauer, what happened in Missoula, Montana, is happening in cities and towns across North America, every day.
As It HappensA Mississauga man speaks out on his addiction to fentanylAug 25, 2015 | 7:01A Mississauga man says he can't stop using fentanyl because the high makes him indescribably happy. While he understands the risks associated with using fentanyl, he says that he believes that he can use the drug safely.
The CurrentHurricane Katrina has a silver lining for some survivorsAug 28, 2015 | 18:19While the devastating impact of Katrina carries on a decade later, the storm has a silver lining for some survivors. New research suggests some people displaced improved their lives because leaving allowed them to break out of cycles of instability.
As It HappensMuch destruction, few answers in the wake of Tianjin explosionsAug 24, 2015 | 6:29It's been almost two weeks since an explosion at a chemical warehouse in Tianjin, China killed more than 100 people. And still, very little is known about what caused the blasts -- and what the long-term effects will be.
Definitely Not the OperaDNTO crunches numbers for Pi Day! Mmm... crunchy pi... (Mar. 14, 2015)Mar 14, 2015 | 1:10:19In honour of March 14th, also known as Pi Day, we're turning our attention to something that surrounds us but that we seldom think about: math! Because really, we're all constantly calculating...
By DesignWorkplace design can change the way we do our jobs - Episode NineJun 29, 2015 | 27:30We talk work, by design. Hear why meetings and managers get in the way of work. And Google's Executive Chair Eric Schmidt shares some of his secrets for employee productivity and satisfaction.
StrippedEpisode Nine: Getting Creative with GenitaliaAug 21, 2015 | 27:25A Japanese artist re-imagines the vagina. An erotic fiction writer wrestles with words. A broadcaster discovers what the rest of his body can do after he loses penile motor function. They, and others, shed new light on our private parts.
The CurrentMexican journalists murdered in attack on freedom of pressAug 24, 2015 | 19:14Since 2000, dozens of Mexican journalists have been murdered. These crimes have never been prosecuted. The recent murder of photojournalist Ruben Espinosa has the biggest names in art and media calling on the Mexican government to stop the violence.