Nov 15, 2010 | 27:54Sunday Edition "Gold Diggers" with author Charlotte Gray Audio
Sunday Edition "Gold Diggers" with author Charlotte Gray Nov 15, 2010 | 27:54Michael interviews Charlotte Gray about her latest book "Gold Diggers" which chronicles the complicated and overlapping lives of six such obsessives: Bill Haskell, a gumboot miner; Father Judge, a Jesuit priest ; Belinda Mulrooney, a flinty 25-yr-old entrepreneur; Sam Steele, the heroic Mountie, Jack London, the writer, and Flora Shaw, a special correspondent for the "Times of London."
Nov 15, 2010 | 14:27Sunday Edition It Takes a Child Audio
Sunday Edition It Takes a Child Nov 15, 2010 | 14:27When Sunday Edition producer David Gutnick was in South Africa covering the World Cup, he crossed the border and visited the town of Hlotse where Help Lesotho has its office.
And there he met a teacher and her students are taking their first steps David's documentary is called, <em>It takes a child</em>.
Nov 8, 2010 | 33:32Sunday Edition "To the End of the Land" with author David Grossman Audio
Sunday Edition "To the End of the Land" with author David Grossman Nov 8, 2010 | 33:32After his son's death, David Grossman went to work on a novel. Now complete, it is probably his greatest work. Known as one of Israel's greatest authors, Grossman is being compared to Tolstoy and Flaubert. Listen to this compelling interview about writing, war and losing a son to tragedy.
Nov 8, 2010 | 30:04Sunday Edition "Finding Alpha" (Documentary) Audio
Sunday Edition "Finding Alpha" (Documentary) Nov 8, 2010 | 30:04The Sunday Edition's Elizabeth Gray went in search of the teenage subculture in which Alpha played a central role. Her documentary was called "Finding Alpha." And a warning - this documentary includes some language that may offend some viewers.
Nov 7, 2010 | 48:30Sunday Edition November 7, 2010 - Hour 1 Audio
Sunday Edition November 7, 2010 - Hour 1 Nov 7, 2010 | 48:30In this hour you'll hear Michael discusses the idea Freedom of speech; Israeli author David Grossman about parenthood, the loss of a child and the heart-breaking search for peace in his troubled land; and we read some of your mail.
Nov 7, 2010 | 54:00Sunday Edition November 7, 2010 - Hour 2 Audio
Sunday Edition November 7, 2010 - Hour 2 Nov 7, 2010 | 54:00In this hour, We talk to two incredible actors from the Soulpepper Theatre about bringing Arthur Miller's 'Death of a Salesman' to life on their stage; A look at the he Llfe and work of Ted Sorenson; A personal essay; And more of your mail.
Nov 7, 2010 | 53:00Sunday Edition November 7, 2010 - Hour 3 Audio
Sunday Edition November 7, 2010 - Hour 3 Nov 7, 2010 | 53:00In this hour, Michael speaks with Jill Lepore about The tea party...the true heirs to the American Revolution?; and we explore the world of graffiti artists with a documentary called, 'Finding Alpha'.
Oct 25, 2010 | 38:43Sunday Edition "The Long Trail" with musician Ian Tyson Audio
Sunday Edition "The Long Trail" with musician Ian Tyson Oct 25, 2010 | 38:43Ian Tyson is a musical giant, a member of the order of Canada and a rancher. His music and songs have touched us all for almost 50 years and if he is to be believed he's writing his best songs ever at the age of 77. Ian Tyson has just published his memoirs "The Long Trail," and he and Michael talked for a full hour about music, horses, age, and the song that started it all, "Four Strong Winds."