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 | 4:37Sunday Edition Prisoner Garb, "Brenda's Angel," and Vita Sackville-West the Magistrate (Listener mail) Audio
Sunday Edition Prisoner Garb, "Brenda's Angel," and Vita Sackville-West the Magistrate (Listener mail) Dec 9, 2012 | 4:37Listener mail on last week's program, discussing Michael's essay on prison attire, Marjorie Nichol's documentary, Brenda's Angel, and Michael's interview about Vita Sackville-West
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.
Dec 9, 2012 | 21:55Sunday Edition Rape of Nanking's 75th Anniversary Audio
Sunday Edition Rape of Nanking's 75th Anniversary Dec 9, 2012 | 21:55The Rape of Nanking is one of the most violent and least known moments of modern history. This is the 75th anniversary of the attack and occupation of Nanking, then the capital of China, by the Japanese. 300,000 Chinese were murdered in acts of unrivaled barbarianism. Michael talks to Joseph Wong who established an internationally recognized organization to remember that history and cultivate its lessons.
Dec 7, 2012 | 26:26Sunday Edition Remembering Jazz Artist Dave Brubeck (2002 Interview Encore) Audio
Sunday Edition Remembering Jazz Artist Dave Brubeck (2002 Interview Encore) Dec 7, 2012 | 26:26Dave Brubeck died this week, one day before his 92nd birthday. With his passing, the jazz world has lost one of its last living links to its classic period, and a pianist who bridged esoteric experimentation and mainstream popularity like few jazz artists before or since. We replay an interview Michael did with Mr. Brubeck in 2002.
Dec 2, 2012 | 27:22Sunday Edition "Brenda's Angel" (Documentary) Audio
Sunday Edition "Brenda's Angel" (Documentary) Dec 2, 2012 | 27:22Angel Wolfe's young life has been indelibly marked by the murderous Robert Pickton. Her mother Brenda was killed on the notorious pig farm. Today, against all odds, Angel is a remarkable, strong, Aboriginal woman. We will meet her in our feature documentary, Brenda's Angel.