Sunday EditionUniversity of Miami's Geological Sciences Chair Harold Wanless (Interview)Dec 11, 2014 | 32:22Harold Wanless is Chair of Geological Sciences at the University of Miami and he says that city and much of Florida is doomed due to climate change.
Sunday EditionRemembering Radio Documentary Producer Christopher GrosskurthMay 31, 2013 | 3:55We remember our friend and colleague, CBC Radio documentary producer Christopher Grosskurth, who died recently at the age of 64.
Sunday EditionGun Culture after the Newtown school shooting (Michael's essay)Oct 18, 2013 | 3:38This coming December 14, it will be one year since the massacre of the children in Newtown, Connecticut. Hear Michael's essay.
Sunday EditionAntibiotic resistance is becoming a world health crisisJan 29, 2015 | 24:13Dame Sally Davies, the U.K.'s Chief Medical Officer, says that antibiotic-resistant bacteria is becoming a world health crisis.
Sunday EditionThe Legacy of African-American Novelist and Essayist James BaldwinNov 28, 2014 | 28:13Baldwin would have been 90 years old this year, but his analysis of race and sexuality is very much alive in America today. Michael talks to renowned choreographer Bill T. Jones, artistic director of a New York Arts Festival devoted to Baldwin.
Sunday EditionThe fight against frackingJul 30, 2015 | 28:14Alberta scientist and energy consultant Jessica Ernst about her lawsuit against fracking that she says has contaminated her water; joined by her lawyer, Murray Klippenstein of Toronto. Interviewer is guest host Francine Pelletier.
Sunday EditionHow medical is medical marijuana? - an hour-long reportMar 27, 2015 | 51:01The government has authorized more than 50 thousand Canadians to use medical marijuana; but professional medical organizations say not enough is known about its effectiveness or its potency to write an accurate prescription.
Sunday Edition"Ornithology" by Charlie Parker (Music special) - Ep. 19Apr 29, 2010 | 28:09The Sunday Edition's very own musical guru, Robert Harris took us on a cultural journey -- discussing the importance of music from Beethoven to Disco, and from Depression-era classics to rap.