Oct 7, 2012 | 53:59Sunday Edition October 7, 2012 - Hour 2 Audio
Sunday Edition October 7, 2012 - Hour 2 Oct 7, 2012 | 53:59Mary Lynk's documentary "All the Diamonds" about Raylene Rankin and her battle with cancer; listener mail on Michael's essay on the virtues of park benches; Ken Dafoe's personal essay on test-driving his parenting skills on the family pet.
Dec 9, 2012 | 30:51Sunday Edition TSO Conductor Sir Andrew Davis (Interview) Audio
Sunday Edition TSO Conductor Sir Andrew Davis (Interview) Dec 9, 2012 | 30:51Sir Andrew Davis is considered one of the leading contemporary English conductors and an ambassador for British music. But given his
almost four decades of work with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra thirteen of which he spent as the Principal Conductor, to many Canadians he is considered one of us.
Dec 9, 2012 | 9:23Sunday Edition "Zellers Restaurant" (Documentary) Audio
Sunday Edition "Zellers Restaurant" (Documentary) Dec 9, 2012 | 9:23The closing of Zellers means the closing of the in-store restaurants. For many seniors they offer the only affordable meal out, and a second family. David Gutnick brings us a snapshot from the last week at the Zellers restaurant at Billings Bridge Plaza in Ottawa.
Jan 1, 2012 | 54:00Sunday Edition January 1, 2012 - Hour 2 Audio
Sunday Edition January 1, 2012 - Hour 2 Jan 1, 2012 | 54:00That's Cheezies with a Zed: A documentary about a small Canadian snack company with an old-school operation and a cult-like following; a panel discussion with two former MPs about religion and politics and how one informs the other.
Jan 1, 2012 | 4:38Sunday Edition Cheerful New Year reading (Michael's Essay) Audio
Sunday Edition Cheerful New Year reading (Michael's Essay) Jan 1, 2012 | 4:38Every once and a while, a missive from Mr. Meany slips under the happiness radar and arrives in the mailbox. This year the offending mailing was from something called The Centre for Immigration Policy Reform. Its message is straightforward: Canada's immigration policy has pushed the country to the precipice and that if we keep taking in immigrants under the current rate and conditions, the country is doomed to social upheaval, political chaos and perhaps even violence.