Sunday Edition"They Called Me Number One" with author Chief Bev SellarsMay 31, 2013 | 29:29Bev Sellars has written a memoir "They Called Me Number One" about the impact of residential school on three generations - herself, her mother and her grandmother.
Sunday Edition"How does your engine run?" (Documentary)Nov 29, 2013 | 27:22Karin Wells takes us into B.C. classrooms where teachers take advantage of an exploding philosophy of education called "self-regulation."
Sunday Edition"Self-regulation" with Stuart ShankerNov 27, 2013 | 57:53In a world of stressed-out kids, Ritalin, and trips to the office aren't working. Stuart Shanker's advice to teachers? "Self-regulation."
Sunday Edition"Drink" with author Ann Dowsett JohnstonSep 19, 2013 | 30:31Journalist and writer Ann Dowsett Johnston talks to Michael Enright about her battle with alcohol addiction, and about the liquor industry’s campaigns aimed directly at women discussed in her book "Drink: The Intimate Relationship between Women and Alcohol.”
Sunday EditionRemembering Painter Alex Colville (1974 This Country in the Morning Interview Encore)Jul 18, 2013 | 25:00When he died this week, at the age of 92, Canada lost one of its finest creative forces. Alex Colville sat down with Michael Enright in 1974 - on the CBC radio program, This Country in the Morning.
Sunday EditionGun Culture after the Newtown school shooting (Michael's essay)Oct 18, 2013 | 3:38This coming December 14, it will be one year since the massacre of the children in Newtown, Connecticut. Hear Michael's essay.
Sunday EditionFreeing the Innocent: 20 Years of the AIDWYCOct 25, 2013 | 39:25Michael Enright speaks with Win Wahrer, James Lockyer, and Ron Dalton about The Association in Defense of the Wrongly Convicted.