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June 23, 2013 - Podcast

It includes Michael's Essay on summer, Sylvia Plath: doomed diva or literary legend and Sunday School - learning how to whistle.

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Sunday Edition Documentary: You Belong in Geel Mar 6, 2014 | 27:01Families in Geel, Belgium look after people who suffer from schizophrenia, from obsessive compulsive disorder; psychiatric patients with serious mental illnesses. And they've been doing it for hundreds of years.
Sunday Edition - Cold CaseFeb 28, 2014 | 18:02Sunday Edition Cold Case Audio
Sunday Edition Cold Case Feb 28, 2014 | 18:02Karyn Sandlos talks to guest host Helen Mann about the impact on her family of the brutal murder of her uncle, University of Toronto professor David Buller. It has been a cold case for the past 13 years.
Sunday Edition - Antibiotic Disaster - Maryn McKennaFeb 28, 2014 | 31:30Sunday Edition Antibiotic Disaster - Maryn McKenna Audio
Sunday Edition Antibiotic Disaster - Maryn McKenna Feb 28, 2014 | 31:30The Post-Antibiotic Age: Antibiotics have given us longer, healthier lives, cheap food and far less life-threatening infections. But author Maryn McKenna warns that we're on the precipice of a post-antibiotic age - one in which antibiotics will be usele
Sunday Edition - Documentary: Psychiatry MuseumFeb 28, 2014 | 14:33Sunday Edition Documentary: Psychiatry Museum Audio
Sunday Edition Documentary: Psychiatry Museum Feb 28, 2014 | 14:33In the last few decades, museums of psychiatry have popped up all over the world. One of the biggest and oldest is housed in an old asylum in Ghent, Belgium. Karin Wells took a tour of their contemporary exhibit "Nervous Women".
Sunday Edition - Maryn McKenna on the Post-Antibiotic Age; Psychiatry Museum documentary; Slovak Roma education documentary; Anna Quindlen; David Buller Cold Case; Yuja WangFeb 28, 2014 | 2:13:42Sunday Edition Maryn McKenna on the Post-Antibiotic Age; Psychiatry Museum documentary; Slovak Roma education documentary; Anna Quindlen; David Buller Cold Case; Yuja Wang Audio
Sunday Edition Maryn McKenna on the Post-Antibiotic Age; Psychiatry Museum documentary; Slovak Roma education documentary; Anna Quindlen; David Buller Cold Case; Yuja Wang Feb 28, 2014 | 2:13:42Maryn McKenna on the Post-Antibiotic Age; Psychiatry Museum documentary; Slovak Roma education documentary; Anna Quindlen; David Buller Cold Case; Yuja Wang
Sunday Edition - Documentary: Psychiatric HospitalFeb 28, 2014 | 14:33Sunday Edition Documentary: Psychiatric Hospital Audio
Sunday Edition Documentary: Psychiatric Hospital Feb 28, 2014 | 14:33In the last few decades, museums of psychiatry have popped up all over the world. One of the biggest and oldest is housed in an old asylum in Ghent, Belgium. Karin Wells took a tour of their contemporary exhibit "Nervous Women".
Sunday Edition - Documentary: The Other KidsFeb 26, 2014 | 23:16Sunday Edition Documentary: The Other Kids Audio
Sunday Edition Documentary: The Other Kids Feb 26, 2014 | 23:16A federal court in Slovakia forced the integration of Roma and non-Roma students at a public school. Freelance journalist Tanya Springer went to ?ari?ské Micha?any to see this radical social experiment in action.
Sunday Edition - Documentary: Michael of Parc AvenueFeb 21, 2014 | 8:35Sunday Edition Documentary: Michael of Parc Avenue Audio
Sunday Edition Documentary: Michael of Parc Avenue Feb 21, 2014 | 8:35Customers of the P.A. grocery in downtown Montreal mark the passing of Domenico Meduri, who lived on the street ... just outside the store ... for more than 30 years. David Gutnick paints the scene.
Sunday Edition - Documentary: Euthanasia debate in BelgiumFeb 21, 2014 | 27:19Sunday Edition Documentary: Euthanasia debate in Belgium Audio
Sunday Edition Documentary: Euthanasia debate in Belgium Feb 21, 2014 | 27:19The euthanasia bill that failed to pass Quebec's National Assembly this week was based on similar law in Belgium that has been on the books for 12 years. Karin Wells documentary examines the lingering controversy in that country
Sunday Edition - Michael's Essay - Remand; Betty Bonifassi; Documentary - Euthanasia in Belgium; R.H. Thomson on the Great War; Documentary: Michael of Parc Avenue; Economist Tim Harford; Protecting Prostitutes; Maria Konnikova on Sherlock HolmesFeb 21, 2014 | 2:13:58Sunday Edition Michael's Essay - Remand; Betty Bonifassi; Documentary - Euthanasia in Belgium; R.H. Thomson on the Great War; Documentary: Michael of Parc Avenue; Economist Tim Harford; Protecting Prostitutes; Maria Konnikova on Sherlock Holmes Audio
Sunday Edition Michael's Essay - Remand; Betty Bonifassi; Documentary - Euthanasia in Belgium; R.H. Thomson on the Great War; Documentary: Michael of Parc Avenue; Economist Tim Harford; Protecting Prostitutes; Maria Konnikova on Sherlock Holmes Feb 21, 2014 | 2:13:58Michael's Essay - Looking for Justice in Remand; Betty Bonifassi; Documentary - Euthanasia in Belgium; R.H. Thomson on the Great War; Documentary: Michael of Parc Avenue; Economist Tim Harford; Protecting Prostitutes; Maria Konnikova on Sherlock Holmes
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Sunday Edition Michael's essay: Looking for Justice in Remand Feb 21, 2014 | 3:15Canada's remand system, in which prisoners are held without charge, is a disgrace. In provincial jails across the country, thousands of people who have not been convicted of any crime are living in appalling conditions, awaiting disposition of their cases
Sunday Edition - Michael's Essay: Injustice in RemandFeb 21, 2014 | 3:15Sunday Edition Michael's Essay: Injustice in Remand Audio
Sunday Edition Michael's Essay: Injustice in Remand Feb 21, 2014 | 3:15Canada's remand system, in which prisoners are held without charge, is a disgrace. In provincial jails across the country, thousands of people who have not been convicted of anything are living in appalling conditions, awaiting disposition of their cases
Sunday Edition - Anne Murray - mini tribute to Shirley TempleFeb 18, 2014 | 3:16Sunday Edition Anne Murray - mini tribute to Shirley Temple Audio
Sunday Edition Anne Murray - mini tribute to Shirley Temple Feb 18, 2014 | 3:16Anne Murray - mini tribute to Shirley Temple
Sunday Edition - Documentary: The Two Worlds of Cassidy L.Feb 14, 2014 | 19:58Sunday Edition Documentary: The Two Worlds of Cassidy L. Audio
Sunday Edition Documentary: The Two Worlds of Cassidy L. Feb 14, 2014 | 19:58The story of a young man from Newfoundland who loses a leg in Afghanistan, then lands on a London stage in a critically-acclaimed play, The Two Worlds of Charlie F. (LANGUAGE WARNING)
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Sunday Edition Battling Anxiety Feb 14, 2014 | 22:55Scott Stossel, editor of The Atlantic magazine and author of "My Age of Anxiety", in conversation with Michael Enright.

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