The Current | Apr 14, 2014
From Al Gore's “An Inconvenient Truth” to the IPCC ... the message on the Earth's future ranges from analytical to apocalyptic … to more apocalyptic. Today, we’re looking at the message: Is it fear-mongering? And is it backfiring?
Quirks and Quarks | Apr 12, 2014
Growing up poor shortens the telomeres in the DNA of children.
The Next Chapter | Apr 14, 2014
- Russell Wangersky and Naomi K. Lewis on "Shy: An Anthology" - Justin Rutledge on "Post Office" by Charles Bukowski - George Elliott Clarke and Jennifer Wynne Webber on exuberance - Gail Vaz-Oxlade answers the Proust Questionnaire
Sunday Edition | Apr 11, 2014
How is it that Norway's oil wealth fund grew to $850 billion, while Alberta's Heritage Fund stalled out at $17 billion - 50 times less? Michael talks to Farouk al-Kasim, the Iraqi geologist credited with the creation of Norway's fund.
Writers and Company | Apr 13, 2014
The launch of a new series, Brazil Inside Out. To start, Ana Maria Machado, one of the country's most respected writers. Also, Sergio Rodrigues makes connections between Brazilian's passion for soccer and their political history.