Sunday EditionWalking on Thin IceJun 21, 2015 | 9:54David Blair takes his two adopted sons on a holiday to a First Nations Winter camp in the North. It's a risky business. His sons are Inuit. He is white.
Sunday EditionThe bright side of a dark emotionJun 21, 2015 | 22:00Peter Toohey is a classics professor at the University of Calgary. In his book "Jealousy" he explores how this disturbing emotion can be a force for both bad and good.
Sunday EditionWhy is Canada in Iraq?Jun 19, 2015 | 33:26Canada's Defence Minister Jason Kenney says the West's military strategy against ISIS is working. Andrew Bacevich, a retired Colonel in the United States Army, disagrees.
Sunday Edition"I Want My Own Room" - an Alisa Siegel documentaryJun 19, 2015 | 8:35Sophie and Faye, two sisters, 7 and 9, share a bedroom. They both want out, and they've launched a campaign to make it happen.
Sunday EditionListener's mail for June 21, 2015Jun 19, 2015 | 13:48Listeners react to Michael's essay from last week about the culture of sexual abuse in Canada's military and the RCMP, and our documentary on Margot Bentley,who has advanced Alzheimer's and is being kept alive - despite her wish to die.
Sunday EditionMichael's essay - The culture of sexual abuse in the RCMP and Canada's militaryJun 12, 2015 | 3:17To the military leadership of the armed forces and the officer corps of the RCMP, sexual abuse, including sexual assault, seems to constitute a public relations problem.
Sunday EditionListener mail for June 14, 2015Jun 12, 2015 | 5:30Listeners sent in their own grammar pet peeves following last week's interview with New Yorker copy editor Mary Norris, author of "Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen".
Sunday EditionPinchas Zukerman and Amanda ForsythJun 12, 2015 | 39:46Michael talks to Pinchas Zukerman and Amanda Forsyth of the NAC Orchestra about what it's like to work in the same place as your spouse, and about the music they make together.
Sunday Edition"In the Presence of a Spoon" - A Karin Wells documentaryJun 12, 2015 | 27:46Margot Bentley was a nurse in BC who made her end of life wishes crystal clear and on paper. Now, 17 years into dementia and many court cases later, she is being kept alive - all because she opens her mouth in the presence of a spoon.