May 26, 2013 | 54:00In the Field May 26, 2013 Audio
In the Field May 26, 2013 May 26, 2013 | 54:00Struggling to find work, University grads end up working as baristas. "Before I Die", an art installation sets up in Nelson. More young people are becoming primary care givers for family memebers. A profile of Quebec artist Gilles St. Laurent.
May 19, 2013 | 54:00In the Field May 19, 2013 Audio
In the Field May 19, 2013 May 19, 2013 | 54:00A young Mom tell her story of surviving the sinking of the Queen of the North. Exploring the personalities behind musicial keys. A profile of D-flat major. And two transgendered youth from UPEI talk about gender identity and how the world treats them.
May 12, 2013 | 54:00In the Field May 12, 2013 Audio
In the Field May 12, 2013 May 12, 2013 | 54:00Aftermath of war and the consequences of aggression. A padre in the Canadian military develops PTSD while in Afghanistan. And ten years after the American invasion of Iraq. The US promised the Kurds freedom from their oppressor. How have their lives chang
May 5, 2013 | 54:00In the Field May 5, 2013 Audio
In the Field May 5, 2013 May 5, 2013 | 54:00Drowning out fine dining with large helpings of loud music. Grads find affordable prom dresses. Parting the curtain on Burlesque. An alleged sexual assault in the military...a female recruit tells her story. A heroic sea rescue recognized forty years late
Apr 28, 2013 | 54:00In the Field April 28, 2013 Audio
In the Field April 28, 2013 Apr 28, 2013 | 54:00Surviving jail while dealing with a mental illness...the story of Tona MIlls. The Huda School in Regina deals with immigrant students. A profile of Kevin Little, a minister in Nova Scotia shepherds two very different flocks.
Apr 21, 2013 | 54:00In the Field April 21, 2013 Audio
In the Field April 21, 2013 Apr 21, 2013 | 54:00Ten years after SARS: two survivors talk about the scars left by disease. A fictional take on health campaign for the Norovirus. A medical miracle: surviving a gunshot wound to the head. Two mothers find friendship after tragic event involving their sons
Apr 14, 2013 | 54:00In the Field April 14, 2013 Audio
In the Field April 14, 2013 Apr 14, 2013 | 54:00Ever heard of kashakas? The may be the next big thing.
And tune in to the world of video game soundtracks.
The reality of gun control. What happens when you shoot someone in self-defence. And violence in senior's homes.
Apr 7, 2013 | 53:59In the Field April 2, 2013 Audio
In the Field April 2, 2013 Apr 7, 2013 | 53:59Turning the corner on winter...with octagenarian hockey,winter diving and scrabble? And young people in Edmonton repair bikes and tuneup their lives.A Nova Scotia fisherman's vision for a new inshore fishery becomes a reality but not without a price.
Mar 25, 2013 | 53:59In the Field March 24, 2013 Audio
In the Field March 24, 2013 Mar 25, 2013 | 53:59This week on In The Field, you'll hear about how First Nations patients were cared for - or not - at the racially segregated hospitals in B.C., and you'll find out how recent refugees from Bhutan via Nepal are taking care of their families and their futur
Mar 19, 2013 | 53:59In the Field March 19, 2013 Audio
In the Field March 19, 2013 Mar 19, 2013 | 53:59This week, we join a youth karate club at the Ocean Man First Nation Community Centre in Saskatchewan, walk the Journey of Nishiyuu with young Cree and revisit David Ridgen's "Confession to Murder."
Mar 12, 2013 | 53:59In the Field March 12, 2013 Audio
In the Field March 12, 2013 Mar 12, 2013 | 53:59This week on In The Field, health issues both physical - multiple sclerosis - and mental - depression. We'll follow Priya Sankaran half-way around the world as she hunts for treatments for her own multiple sclerosis, in her documentary "The White Man's Disease." We'll also step inside a school in New Brunswick to hear how Jessica Forbes has come to terms years of depression. And in her documentary, Vanessa Blanch explains how Brunswick is making progress when it comes to awareness of mental health issues, but it may not be keeping pace when it comes to treatment.
Mar 5, 2013 | 53:59In the Field March 5, 2013 Audio
In the Field March 5, 2013 Mar 5, 2013 | 53:59This week on In The Field, what better way to deal with winter chills than with a hot bowl of soup? We go to Edmonton and spend an evening with the Soup Sisters, and then to Prince Rupert for an afternoon at Soup Daddy's. We learn how an old tradition in the art world, the artist-patron relationship, is allowing young dancers to study at the National Ballet School. And we'll meet the people behind the graphic novel publisher Drawn and Quarterly - "graphic soup" as Lynda Barry calls it.
Feb 26, 2013 | 54:00In the Field February 26, 2013 Audio
In the Field February 26, 2013 Feb 26, 2013 | 54:00This week in In The Field, in honour of this year's Canada Reads winner, Lisa Moore's "February," we dig into the archives and replay Marie Wadden's documentary on the sinking of the Ocean Ranger, called "Still Sinking; Remembering the Ocean Ranger Disaster." The documentary originally aired on The Current on the 30th anniversary of the sinking of the Ocean Ranger and features excerpts of February read by author Lisa Moore. Mary Wiens introduces us to Katie from Burlington and Dhruva from Hyderabad, who met in Toronto and got married in India on February 14th. Zac Markan meets some urban mushers from Halifax, who use dog sledding to keep their pooches en sante. And we hear Karin Wells' visit to a barbershop in Vancouver that has raised about $200,000 for charities across the city over the past several years.
5.In Thunder Bay, the airport is selling off its furniture. JOsh Lynn checked it out.
Feb 19, 2013 | 53:59In the Field February 19, 2013 Audio
In the Field February 19, 2013 Feb 19, 2013 | 53:59This week on In The Field, some dedicated Tragically Hip fans. Fly-around-the-world-to-see-them-dedicated fans. We'll also hear about a theatre production in Montreal bringing the classic South African novel "Waiting For The Barbarians" to the stage. And we'll meet the volunteer who help French-speaking visually impaired people to read, a wolf pack on the wide open spaces of Washington State and the man who built Ottawa's skinniest house.