May 10, 2013 | 18:30News 'Til Tuesday, May 11, Part 1 Audio
News 'Til Tuesday, May 11, Part 1 May 10, 2013 | 18:30'Til Tuesday host Gregor Craigie speaks with two generations of one Vancouver family for a perspective on the pipeline debate that divides them. And Jason Proctor looks at convenient ballots: will voting be done via smartphones in the future?
May 10, 2013 | 21:39North by Northwest 'Til Tuesday, May 11, Part 2 Audio
North by Northwest 'Til Tuesday, May 11, Part 2 May 10, 2013 | 21:39'Til Tuesday host Gregor Craigie speaks with author Steve Paikin about the lure of politics along with the downside of political office. And Devon Goodsell discusses the role of shame, guilt and social media when it comes to motivating voters.
Apr 28, 2013 | 18:29Audio 'Til Tuesday, April 27, Part 1 Audio
Audio 'Til Tuesday, April 27, Part 1 Apr 28, 2013 | 18:29Health care is one of the biggest issues for voters. Til Tuesday host Gregor Craigie gets a birds eye view from both sides of the gurney with a doctor and a longtime patient. And Jason Proctor weighs in on photo-ops: why do we need them?
Apr 19, 2013 | 21:39Audio 'Til Tuesday, April 20, Part 2 Audio
Audio 'Til Tuesday, April 20, Part 2 Apr 19, 2013 | 21:39Victoria area parents weigh in on the debate over Register Education Savings Plan contributions: save the money, or spend it now? Author David Campbell asks why we vote? And Devon Goodsell discusses what it takes for the public to bend the political agend
Apr 12, 2013 | 21:40Audio 'Til Tuesday April 13, Part 2 Audio
Audio 'Til Tuesday April 13, Part 2 Apr 12, 2013 | 21:40Host Gregor Craigie discusses the science of elections with Sasha Issenberg, author of The Victory Lab - a bestselling account of vote-getting techniques. And if you can't pick between politics and playoff hockey - a compromise!
Apr 12, 2013 | 18:29Audio 'Til Tuesday April 13, Part 1 Audio
Audio 'Til Tuesday April 13, Part 1 Apr 12, 2013 | 18:29Host Gregor Craigie tests the spin of politics against the lives of British Columbians. Two hairdressers discuss why their clients feel alienated from politics and producer Jason Proctor looks at who's writing letters to the editor.