The 180 | Apr 26, 2013 | 53:03

Exclusive Universities || Ayahuasca Therapy || Off-roaders vs. Conservationists

Jim talks to an academic who says it's time for Canadian universities to be more elitist. We hear from a listener who used a hallucinogen to treat her PTSD, and we go to the front lines of a land use debate in Alberta

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The 180 - Senate Surprise || Wind Power Debate || Christian Law School DegreeJan 31, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Senate Surprise || Wind Power Debate || Christian Law School Degree Audio
The 180 Senate Surprise || Wind Power Debate || Christian Law School Degree Jan 31, 2014 | 54:00Whether law students graduating from a Christian university with a strict code of conduct should be called to the bar. As well, they debate whether Canada should invest in wind power, and Justin Trudeau's surprise move to shake up the senate.
The 180 - Crack Pipe Vending Machine || First Nations Olympic HockeyFeb 21, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Crack Pipe Vending Machine || First Nations Olympic Hockey Audio
The 180 Crack Pipe Vending Machine || First Nations Olympic Hockey Feb 21, 2014 | 54:00Debates on harm reduction programs as a way to fight addiction, whether Canada's First Nations should send their own hockey team to the Olympic Winter Games, and arguments for and against coal power.
The 180 - B.C. Piplines Possible Future || Worst Case Scenario Funds || Legalizing MarijuanaSep 20, 2013 | 54:00The 180 B.C. Piplines Possible Future || Worst Case Scenario Funds || Legalizing Marijuana Audio
The 180 B.C. Piplines Possible Future || Worst Case Scenario Funds || Legalizing Marijuana Sep 20, 2013 | 54:00Jim asks federal resources minister Joe Oliver what would happen if he doesn't get B.C.'s support for new pipelines, our rogue parliament debates legalizing marijuana, and why one energy company doesn't want to give its banking information to the NEB
The 180 - Alberta Grizzly Hunt || Moonlighting Doctors || Halifax BroniesMar 15, 2013 | 53:00The 180 Alberta Grizzly Hunt || Moonlighting Doctors || Halifax Bronies Audio
The 180 Alberta Grizzly Hunt || Moonlighting Doctors || Halifax Bronies Mar 15, 2013 | 53:00On our March 15th episode, Jim Brown and his guests discuss re-opening the grizzly bear hunt in Alberta, why some family doctors say they need to moonlight to make ends meet, and how a cartoon for kids has sparked a whole new men's movement.
The 180 - Oil Sands Ads || Seniors and Sexually Transmitted Infections || A Hunter's 180Apr 12, 2013 | 53:00The 180 Oil Sands Ads || Seniors and Sexually Transmitted Infections || A Hunter's 180 Audio
The 180 Oil Sands Ads || Seniors and Sexually Transmitted Infections || A Hunter's 180 Apr 12, 2013 | 53:00Jim and his guests discuss the Alberta government's ads about the province's oil sands, set to run in Washington. As well, we'll find out why a Calgary sexual health advocate wants care homes to give out condoms. And we'll debate a national carbon tax.
The 180 - Euthanasia Debate || Royal Succession Rules || Video Games and Leadership SkillsJun 14, 2013 | 53:00The 180 Euthanasia Debate || Royal Succession Rules || Video Games and Leadership Skills Audio
The 180 Euthanasia Debate || Royal Succession Rules || Video Games and Leadership Skills Jun 14, 2013 | 53:00In this episode Jim and his guests discuss a bill tabled by Quebec which says a doctor who receives the repeated consent of a patient could administer medication to cause death. We'll also talk about video games and royal succession.
The 180 - Union Accountability || Cigarette Deposit Fees || The Not Criminally Responsible DesignationJun 21, 2013 | 53:00The 180 Union Accountability || Cigarette Deposit Fees || The Not Criminally Responsible Designation Audio
The 180 Union Accountability || Cigarette Deposit Fees || The Not Criminally Responsible Designation Jun 21, 2013 | 53:00On this week's show Jim and his guests discuss a bill on union accountability, the "Not Criminally Responsible" designation, and a proposal to put a deposit on cigarette butts.
The 180 - Grading the Throne Speech || Tough on Crime || Funding Public ArtOct 18, 2013 | 54:00The 180 Grading the Throne Speech || Tough on Crime || Funding Public Art Audio
The 180 Grading the Throne Speech || Tough on Crime || Funding Public Art Oct 18, 2013 | 54:00On this episode, Jim and his guests debate the use of public money to purchase public art, they discuss the federal government's "tough on crime" reputation, and they grade the Speech from the Throne.
The 180 - Randomly Selected Senate? || Supply Management Debate || New Brunswick FrackingOct 25, 2013 | 54:00The 180 Randomly Selected Senate? || Supply Management Debate || New Brunswick Fracking Audio
The 180 Randomly Selected Senate? || Supply Management Debate || New Brunswick Fracking Oct 25, 2013 | 54:00In this episode Jim and his guest discuss the science and safety of fracking in New Brunswick, entertain the idea of randomly selecting Canadian senators, and debate the future of supply management.
The 180 - Conservative Convention || War on Science || No More Honour's ListNov 1, 2013 | 54:00The 180 Conservative Convention || War on Science || No More Honour's List Audio
The 180 Conservative Convention || War on Science || No More Honour's List Nov 1, 2013 | 54:00Jim and his guests discuss the convention of the Conservative Party of Canada, they debate whether governments have the right to stop their scientists from sharing data, and they discuss the pros and cons of eliminating academic achievement awards.
The 180 - Christmas Marketing and Remembrance Day || Keystone || If Rob Ford were Vancouver's mayorNov 8, 2013 | 54:00The 180 Christmas Marketing and Remembrance Day || Keystone || If Rob Ford were Vancouver's mayor Audio
The 180 Christmas Marketing and Remembrance Day || Keystone || If Rob Ford were Vancouver's mayor Nov 8, 2013 | 54:00Christmas marketing and Remembrance Day, Alberta Premier Alison Redford and the Keystone Pipeline project, and a Vancouver newspaper editor on how his city might treat Rod Ford differently.
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The 180 Paying for Plasma || Alberta's P.S.T. Debate || Picketing the Pidgin Restaurant Mar 1, 2013 | 53:04The 180 is a show in development at CBC Radio. In this online pilot, host Jim Brown and guests discuss paying for plasma, a move to picket a restaurant called Pidgin which opened up in Vancouver's Downtown East Side, and whether Alberta should implement a sales tax.

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