Concerns over clinical trials with pregnant women could delay a Zika vaccine
February 5, 2016
There's tremendous urgency in the fight against the Zika virus but scientists have a significant hurdle in their search for a vaccine to the mosquito-borne virus. Because any testing on pregnant women raises big moral concerns.
Why do we care so much about Super Bowl ads?
Are American Super Bowl advertisements a cultural phenomenon in and of themselves?
Canadian vet detained in Australia after fighting against ISIS in Syria
February 4, 2016
Not what he volunteered for. Robert Somerville describes his journey from fighting for Canada in Afghanistan to joining the Kurds in their battle against ISIS. Now, he's being held at a detention centre in Brisbane. That's where we tracked him down.
The Trouble with Teens Part Two
February 11, 2016
As long as there have been teenagers, society has worried about them. Are they serious enough about life? Are they getting into trouble? Rewind examines the seismic cultural changes of the late 60s and early 70s with sex, drugs and rock ‘n roll.
Small Move, Big Gain
February 3, 2016
This episode explores how small moves can result in huge business gains. While much of the business world spends its time looking for the big idea, many companies enjoy massive results with tiny moves and subtle tweaks.