As It HappensHand Anniversary DocSep 24, 2014 | 8:15Sleight of hand. We speak to the surgeon who performed the world's first hand transplant and ask about the true identity of the man who received the new appendage and the strange series of events that followed the operation.
The CurrentAllison Woyiwada had no speech or memory after brain surgery but she had music - Sept 24, 2014Sep 24, 2014 | 25:00After complicated brain surgery, Allison Woyiwada's family was heartbroken to witness all that she'd lost. But then they realized she still had her music. Julie Ireton brings us the story of one woman's remarkable comeback through the music she loved.
Writers and CompanyDaniel Alarcon InterviewSep 21, 2014 | 52:11Peruvian-American novelist Daniel Alarcon is described as a writer who thrives in two cultures: “I’m an American writer writing about Latin America, and I’m a Latin American writer who happens to write in English.”
Information Morning - Saint JohnOur Health Columnist On Back To School IllnessesSep 24, 2014 | 7:37School's only been in session for a few weeks and colds and other ailments are already going around. Dr. Simon talks about limiting germs once school's back in.
White Coat Black ArtWCBA - Dr. Phil Hebert and Parkinson's DiseaseSep 20, 2014 | 27:29The long and personal journey of Dr. Phil Hebert from family physician to patient with Parkinson's disease. He tells why he kept the diagnosis a secret for so long and what finally convinced him he had to quit practising medicine.
Day 6Enemies on earth, partners in space? Chris Hadfield on Russia, America and the ISSSep 19, 2014 | 8:20NASA has awarded multibillion dollar contracts to Boeing and SpaceX to build two new spacecraft. By 2017, it might not have to rely on Russia anymore to transport its astronauts to the ISS. Brent asks Chris Hadfield if US/Russia tensions could affect co-operation in space.