• Listen>

    As It Happens | Dec 19, 2014

    Words 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."

  • Listen>

    The Current | Dec 23, 2014

    Brian 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.

  • Listen>

    Living Out Loud | Dec 21, 2014

    A fresh cut tree, gifts from a rich uncle, a Christmas pudding recipe from Charles Dickens PLUS stories and music from the Exultate Chamber Singers.

  • Listen>

    Writers and Company | Dec 21, 2014

    Eleanor 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.

  • Listen>

    As It Happens | Dec 22, 2014

    Iroquois Falls closes, tape: De Blasio on police killings, warbler study, script: parrot headline/**music removed online due to copyright**

  • Listen>

    White Coat Black Art | Dec 23, 2014

    On this holiday edition and season finale of White Coat, Black Art: Dr Brian Goldman's conversation with Nikhil Joshi, physician and cancer survivor.

Now Playing on CBC Radio Help Refresh

CBC Radio One

Listen Live Ottawa change

CBC Radio 2

Listen Live Eastern change

CBC Radio 3

Listen Live Radio 3
Radio Noon Montreal - Reviewing businesses online, does it affect where you shop?Dec 22, 2014 | 20:33Radio Noon Montreal Reviewing businesses online, does it affect where you shop? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Reviewing businesses online, does it affect where you shop? Dec 22, 2014 | 20:33Do you post reviews to businesses you visit or does it affect where you go shopping? We look into reviews.
Radio Noon Montreal - Internet piracy crackdown stirs up debateMay 13, 2013 | 25:11Radio Noon Montreal Internet piracy crackdown stirs up debate Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Internet piracy crackdown stirs up debate May 13, 2013 | 25:11A Montreal company is on the prowl for Internet pirates. Their campaign on behalf of some Hollywood producers raises fascinating ethical and legal questions. Our listeners call in with their reactions.
Radio Noon Montreal - Cellphones key to big Mafia bustJun 12, 2014 | 13:12Radio Noon Montreal Cellphones key to big Mafia bust Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Cellphones key to big Mafia bust Jun 12, 2014 | 13:12RCMP says BlackBerries helped them make 31 arrests. We get all the details of the crackdown and talk with a cyber security expert.
Radio Noon Montreal - David Common in Berlin 25 years after the wall came downNov 7, 2014 | 5:43Radio Noon Montreal David Common in Berlin 25 years after the wall came down Audio
Radio Noon Montreal David Common in Berlin 25 years after the wall came down Nov 7, 2014 | 5:43The Berlin wall came down 25 years ago, marking the end of the Communist era in Europe. CBC's David Common was in Berlin speaking to Berliners about their memories of that time.
Radio Noon Montreal - Huge Quebec maple syrup theftAug 31, 2012 | 11:20Radio Noon Montreal Huge Quebec maple syrup theft Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Huge Quebec maple syrup theft Aug 31, 2012 | 11:20Quebec's maple syrup producers federation says individual producers won't lose out after the theft of maple syrup valued at $30M. We also talk to the Sûreté du Québec.
Radio Noon Montreal - Is Mtl ready for right turns on red?Apr 10, 2013 | 38:03Radio Noon Montreal Is Mtl ready for right turns on red? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Is Mtl ready for right turns on red? Apr 10, 2013 | 38:03Anjou's mayor says it's time. We hear from "Not so sure" cabinet ministers, many 'anti' listeners and a trucker who praises Mtl drivers.
Radio Noon Montreal - Ubisoft expands in MontrealSep 30, 2013 | 4:50Radio Noon Montreal Ubisoft expands in Montreal Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Ubisoft expands in Montreal Sep 30, 2013 | 4:50Gaming company, famous for Assassin's Creed, looks to online expansion. Bernie recalls tax credit story that brought Ubisoft to Montreal.
Radio Noon Montreal - Coderre targets erotic massage parloursNov 18, 2013 | 16:14Radio Noon Montreal Coderre targets erotic massage parlours Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Coderre targets erotic massage parlours Nov 18, 2013 | 16:14Montreal's mayor wants to crack down on massage parlours linked to prostitution. MP Maria Mourani welcomes the move as a first step.
Radio Noon Montreal - Who should be the next Habs captain?Jul 2, 2014 | 35:17Radio Noon Montreal Who should be the next Habs captain? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Who should be the next Habs captain? Jul 2, 2014 | 35:17The Montreal Canadiens have made major changes to their lineup. Captain Brian Gionta and alternate captain Josh Gorges have been traded to Buffalo. Radio Noon asks who should be the next captain.
Radio Noon Montreal - How are you preparing for your retirement?Aug 21, 2014 | 37:52Radio Noon Montreal How are you preparing for your retirement? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal How are you preparing for your retirement? Aug 21, 2014 | 37:52In light of the bill 3 pension reform, we speak to economist, scholar and McGill University professor Brett House about preparing for retirement and what the municipal workers are asking for.
Radio Noon Montreal - Should the Armed Forces be doing more for veterans with PTSD?Sep 10, 2014 | 45:51Radio Noon Montreal Should the Armed Forces be doing more for veterans with PTSD? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should the Armed Forces be doing more for veterans with PTSD? Sep 10, 2014 | 45:51Afghanistan veteran Steven Ruttan says he's been fighting the government bureaucracy to get benefits he deserves. Veterans Affairs says Ruttan is entitled to much less. Is there enough help for returning soldiers with PTSD?
Radio Noon Montreal - Should the government cut its funding for private schools?Oct 1, 2014 | 5:00Radio Noon Montreal Should the government cut its funding for private schools? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should the government cut its funding for private schools? Oct 1, 2014 | 5:00The Quebec government is looking into cutting subsidies for private schools in the province. Radio Noon listeners debate the topic.
Radio Noon Montreal - Taxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police sayOct 10, 2014 | 5:11Radio Noon Montreal Taxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police say Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Taxi sexual assaults: 17 cases in 2014, Montreal police say Oct 10, 2014 | 5:11Montreal police are recommending that passengers ride in pairs as a precaution. One caller thinks it's unfair to put the onus on the passenger, another says the advice is practical.
Radio Noon Montreal - Should a previous career in erotic movies disqualify a high-school thetatre teacher?Oct 20, 2014 | 5:44Radio Noon Montreal Should a previous career in erotic movies disqualify a high-school thetatre teacher? Audio
Radio Noon Montreal Should a previous career in erotic movies disqualify a high-school thetatre teacher? Oct 20, 2014 | 5:44It seems to at College Brebeuf. Jacueline Laurent-Auger is 73 - and she was a theatre teacher there. Until this summer. Students found evidence of the movies she made in the 70s and the school let het go. Shawn discusses with Homerun's Sue Smith
Radio Noon Montreal - New taxi service in MontrealOct 29, 2014 | 13:41Radio Noon Montreal New taxi service in Montreal Audio
Radio Noon Montreal New taxi service in Montreal Oct 29, 2014 | 13:41Popular app-based taxi service Uber is launching uberX in Montreal. This allows non-professional drivers to have passengers in their own personal cars for a cheaper fare than standard cabs. Would you use this service?

1 of 34