Elvis Costello on q: UNCUT
November 3, 2015
Storied musician and celebrated songwriter Elvis Costello swings through studio q with his new book, Unfaithful Music and Disappearing Ink.
Child refugees working Beirut streets for money, exploited by families
Many child migrants working to make money on the streets of Beirut are routinely being picked up by police and taken to orphanages. There are fears families are exploiting their children, expecting to bring home money. Rebecca Collard tells their story.
World’s largest cat painting goes up for auction, painting’s subjects show indifference
November 2, 2015
On Tuesday, Sotheby's in New York will be auctioning off a huge collection of 19th Century art, including a massive painting entitled "My Wife's Lovers, " by Austrian artist Carl Kahler. The 1891 depicts 42 cats and was commissioned by a San Francisco art
Ry Moran on the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation
November 1, 2015
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada has finished its work. But the work of sharing that truth is just beginning. The statements, documents, and other materials collected will now be housed at a national research centre.
Clara Hughes: a terrifying ride down a dark and stormy highway
October 31, 2015
Cyclist Clara Hughes has seen her fair share of wet, windy and miserable nights. But she says that her most difficult ride happened in the far north... on her honeymoon. (Oct. 31, 2015)