Sunday EditionAn interview with global food security guru Tim BentonNov 21, 2013 | 20:04UK's food security champion Tim Benson with the latest on global food shortages, expensive bread, and overconsumption in developed countries.
Sunday EditionAward-winning film director Margarethe von Trotta: Women, Politics & PrivacyNov 20, 2013 | 28:03Acclaimed director Margarethe von Trotta, recent Herbert Strate Award recipient for artistic achievements in film, is Michael Enright's guest.
Sunday EditionDr. Sunita Vohra: Bringing alternative medicine into the mainstreamNov 15, 2013 | 22:22Dr. Sunita Vohra has been awarded a $250,000 prize for her work bridging the gap between alternative and conventional medical communities.
Sunday EditionDocumentary: The Curious Case of Benjamin BrittenNov 15, 2013 | 23:34In the shadow of a mountain, by the beauty of a lake, past a crumbling resort from a long-gone era, a Canadian pianist walks the path of Benjamin Britten's sojourn in the Quebec wilderness. A documentary by Lindsay Michael.
Sunday EditionMichael's Essay; UN Climate Talks; Fear of flying mailbag; Essay: Demos in Lithuania; Women back to work mailbag; Thomas Frank and the "Creativity Craze"; All about Angela; Dr. Sunita VohraNov 15, 2013 | 1:51:52Hear The Sunday Edition Podcast for November 17, 2013.
Sunday EditionFormer Irish president Mary Robinson: Climate change and climate actionNov 14, 2013 | 25:20Former Irish President and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, takes on the environment, fossil fuels and climate change.
Sunday Edition"The War that Ended Peace" with historian Margaret MacMillanNov 9, 2013 | 17:36Historian Margaret MacMillan on her new book "The War That Ended Peace" The Road to 1914" and why World War I was not the inevitable conflict we think it to be.
Sunday EditionNovember 10, 2013 - PodcastNov 9, 2013 | 2:10:02Michael's Essay; Ford family values; Mailbag; Women back to work; Sunday School; Pilgrimage; The Road to 1914; The Canadians of The Great Escape