Sunday EditionSpicy LukeOct 9, 2014 | 10:47The story of retired Canadian master chef Luke Campbell, who now volunteers his time training young chefs looking for a second chance. A Karin Wells documentary.
Sunday EditionDocumentary: Manjusha's MatchOct 3, 2014 | 24:23When Manjusha Pawagi, a 47-year-old mother, writer and judge, developed aggressive leukemia, her only hope was a stem cell transplant. That's when her friends swung into action to find a match.
Sunday EditionJo Piazza - If Nuns Ruled The WorldOct 2, 2014 | 19:54Award-winning journalist Jo Piazza profiles nuns who have extraordinary forces for good and profound change despite the restrictions placed on them by the Church.
Sunday EditionHow to fix Question Period - Michael Enright's EssayOct 2, 2014 | 4:08The daily Question Period in the House of Commons has never been a glowing chalice of decorum. It is a jousting field upon which the Opposition tries desperately to unhorse government ministers and the Prime Minister, inflicting a maximum of pain and embarrassment.
Sunday EditionMichael's essay - Loving Oblomov; Is Pakistan the world's most dangerous country; Essay - Hip hop class; The art and craft of Alex Colville; Tribute to Bob CartySep 26, 2014 | 1:32:18Michael's essay - Loving Oblomov; Is Pakistan the world's most dangerous country; Essay - Hip hop class; The art and craft of Alex Colville; Tribute to Bob Carty
Sunday EditionMichael's Essay - Loving OblomovSep 25, 2014 | 4:20Michael admits to a losing battle with War and Peace, but recommends Ivan Goncharov's book, Oblomov, as a Russian novel to love (and finish).