Sunday Edition"Spaceman" Bill Lee talks Blue Jays fever and bringing pro ball back to MontrealOct 2, 2015 | 26:14One of baseball's most colourful, outspoken characters, pitcher Bill Lee, joins Michael to talk Jays, World Series hopes, and Canada's renewed passion for the game.
Sunday EditionWhat are Canadian values and who decides?Oct 2, 2015 | 46:24The phrases have become campaign clichés - Canadian values, shared values, family values. But what are Canadian values? And how do they change over time? A wide-ranging conversation with four prominent Canadians.
Sunday EditionArsing around; What are Canadian values? The Crown Can strike; Bill Lee on Jays feverOct 2, 2015 | 1:42:28Hour 1: Arsing around - Michael's essay; What are Canadian values?
Hour 2: The Crown Can Strike; Listener mail; Bill Lee on Jays fever
Sunday EditionArsing around with the New York Times crossword - Michael's essayOct 2, 2015 | 3:34When is a naughty word is not really so very naughty after all? In this week's essay, Michael takes a playful look at the use and misuse of language, with the sober, staid New York Times leading the way.
Sunday EditionLife Support - Medicare's mid-life crisisSep 25, 2015 | 55:19Meyer Brownstone remembers the triumphs and the compromises that led to Canada's first universal health care system. André Picard and Colleen Flood take its pulse, and give us their prognosis.
Sunday EditionWhat We Talk About When We Talk About The Middle Class - an Ira Basen documentarySep 11, 2015 | 32:26Politicians are turning themselves inside out to sound like champions of the middle class. But is anyone in the campaign tackling the real roots of a deep middle class anxiety?
Sunday EditionWorkers pay high price after marathon Crown Can strikeOct 2, 2015 | 24:56A small but steadfast band of Canadian workers marched on a picket line for 22 long months. Their strike against Crown Can, a multinational American company, came to a distressing end. Ashley Walters's documentary is called "More Powerful Than God."
Sunday EditionGay adoptive parents make legal history and create an extraordinary family - an Alisa Siegel documentarySep 17, 2015 | 33:43The story of the first gay couple in Canada to co-adopt two children.