TapestryWhat Would Plato Do? (May 2014 Encore)Dec 26, 2014 | 54:00Imagine a little bracelet you could wear every day. On it is inscribed: WWPD? What Would Plato Do? It's not as wacky as it sounds. The great philosopher would have a lot to say about how to live right now.
C'est la vieNews Stories of 2014Dec 21, 2014 | 27:30Stories which make the headlines in French speaking Canada aren't always the same as those in English. C'est la vie looks back at some of the major stories of 2014, en français.
Cross Country CheckupDecember 28, 2014 - Person of the YearDec 28, 2014 | 1:53:01Who would you nominate for Person of the Year? And, what trends did you see surfacing in 2014 that are destined to be important in the coming year?
As It HappensThe Gift of the MagiDec 19, 2014 | 13:11Words of the wise. A young couple in love, wanting to buy each other the perfect present. Fireside Al reads the O. Henry Christmas classic, "The Gift of the Magi."
Living Out LoudThe Christmas showDec 21, 2014 | 53:58A fresh cut tree, gifts from a rich uncle, a Christmas pudding recipe from Charles Dickens PLUS stories and music from the Exultate Chamber Singers.
The CurrentIntroverted or Extroverted: What determines our personality type? - Dec 23, 2014Dec 23, 2014 | 21:58Brian Little is a Canadian psychologist who's been studying the science of personality for decades . His guide to if you're an introvert or extrovert pre-dates Buzzfeed. His new book helps answer the question of whether your personality is your destiny.
Writers and CompanyZadie Smith EncoreDec 21, 2014 | 52:08Eleanor Wachtel spoke with Zadie Smith, onstage in front of a sold-out audience, at Harbourfront in Toronto. They talked about her new book "NW", set on her home turf in London.
As It HappensDec 22 - Iroquois Falls closes, warbler study (Part 1)Dec 22, 2014 | 27:02Iroquois Falls closes, tape: De Blasio on police killings, warbler study, script: parrot headline/**music removed online due to copyright**
The Current10 years since Indian Ocean tsunami, still gaps in disaster prep - Dec 22, 2014Dec 22, 2014 | 22:00A decade ago on Boxing Day, many woke up to news of the Indian Ocean tsunami. The number of dead from the Asian tsunami would be more than 200, 000 spread out over several countries. We speak with a woman who barely escaped the tsunami's waves that day.
Definitely Not the OperaDNTO turns "traditions" on their heads (Dec. 20, 2014)Dec 20, 2014 | 1:08:17Sometimes, we have to get creative to get through the holidays. So this week, DNTO takes a look at the moment family traditions are flipped on their head.
The HouseJohn Baird discusses Russia, North Korea and ISISDec 20, 2014 | 49:59This week on The House, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird discusses ongoing tensions with Russia and the North Korean cyber threat. Then, former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith explains her stunning decision to join the PC government.