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September 26, 2010 - Hour 3

CBC radio producers, Tina Pittaway and Neil Sandell, have been awarded a World Gold Medal for Investigative Reporting at the 2010 New York Festival Radio Broadcasting Awards. We aired their documentary, <em>Risky Business</em>; we heard some more of your mail; and we heard a documentary called, <em>Water Readers</em>, about the Metis who dominate the Mackenzie.

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Sunday Edition "La Serva Padrona" by Pergolese (Music special) - Ep. 2 Apr 29, 2010 | 19:23The Sunday Edition's very own musical guru, Robert Harris took us on a cultural journey -- discussing the importance of music from Beethoven to Disco, and from Depression-era classics to rap.
Sunday Edition - Head of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women Alia Hogben interviewMay 10, 2010 | 20:21Sunday Edition Head of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women Alia Hogben interview Audio
Sunday Edition Head of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women Alia Hogben interview May 10, 2010 | 20:21Michael's conversation with Alia Hogben, head of the Canadian Council of Muslim Women, about the challenges of being a Muslim in Canada.
Sunday Edition - "Why Democracy Needs the Humanities" with author  Martha NussbaumSep 12, 2010 | 29:08Sunday Edition "Why Democracy Needs the Humanities" with author Martha Nussbaum Audio
Sunday Edition "Why Democracy Needs the Humanities" with author Martha Nussbaum Sep 12, 2010 | 29:08Michael Interviews author and philosopher Martha Nussbaum about her book, 'Why Democracy Needs the Humanities'.
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