Oct 2, 2011 | 1:53:55Sunday Edition The Sunday Edition Podcast, October 2nd, 2011 Audio
Sunday Edition The Sunday Edition Podcast, October 2nd, 2011 Oct 2, 2011 | 1:53:55Michael's essay on Catholic Church quiz " Holy Smoke The Boardgame" :Chris Hedges author of The World As It Is : Interview with Howard Brandston "The Paul Revere in the movement to save the light bulb" : Interview with Paul Rogers and Rosemary Hollis to mark the 10th anniversary of the start of the war in Afghanistan : Interview with Scotiabank Giller prize nominee Guy Vanderhaeghe
Jan 2, 2011 | 53:58Sunday Edition January 2, 2011 - Hour 1 Audio
Sunday Edition January 2, 2011 - Hour 1 Jan 2, 2011 | 53:58Every now and then you meet someone who fills a room - or a radio studio - with the energizing tingle of pure oxygen. Natalie Zemon Davis is such a person. She has studied and written about almost every facet of history, concentrating on life in the 16th and 17th Centuries. She has written about marginalized women, religious riots, the impact of printing, the uses of proverbs and pardon seekers in 16th Century France. And she introduced the world to the great imposter Martin Guerre. Now at age 82, Professor Davis is the winner of the Holberg International Memorial Prize for her work in the humanities. And she has no intention of slowing down. Natalie Zemon Davis is our guest in our First Hour. Also in this hour, Michael's essay and a bit of your mail.
Jan 2, 2011 | 53:59Sunday Edition January 2, 2011 - Hour 2 Audio
Sunday Edition January 2, 2011 - Hour 2 Jan 2, 2011 | 53:59In our Middle Hour, four people will enter the caged ring in the Battle of the Elites. That is: What is elitism? Who are its members? Why does the whole idea make people sputteringly angry? That's an elite, but not elitist panel in Hour Two. You can also here Frank Faulk's documentary, <em>Mail Myself to You</em>.
Jan 2, 2011 | 52:59Sunday Edition January 2, 2011 - Hour 3 Audio
Sunday Edition January 2, 2011 - Hour 3 Jan 2, 2011 | 52:59In our Third Hour, Colonel Mustard in the library with the rope. A reprise of our tribute to the Queen of mystery, Dame Agatha Christie. Something of a mystery herself, Agatha Christie sold more books than anyone else in the world and continues to sell briskly 35 years after her death.