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    Day 6 | May 1, 2015

    Jurgen Todenhofer spent 10 days embedded with ISIS in Iraq and Syria, and believes the West underestimates the threat they pose.

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    Sunday Edition | May 1, 2015

    An Alisa Siegel documentary about Christiane Pflug: German immigrant to Canada, young mother and accomplished painter, who committed suicide in 1972. More than four decades after her death, there is a resurgence of interest in her art.

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    Under the Influence | May 1, 2015

    This week, an encore broadcast of Elevator Pitches. The marketing industry is a business of short, concise messages. The true test of an idea is whether or not it can be explained in just a few words.

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    The Next Chapter | May 4, 2015

    David Usher on "Let the Elephants Run" - Michael Crummey on "Sweetland" - Arleen Paré on "Lake of Two Mountains" - Randy Boyagoda on "Stone Soup" by Kate Marshall Flaherty, or literary prize culture versus the merits of reading hyperlocal books

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    The 180 | May 1, 2015

    In this episode, we hear one woman's 180 on animal testing, get an opinion about one Canadian university's approach to addressing the wage gap between genders, and get an explanation of the "Economdernist Manifesto."

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