The ones we eat. The ones we love. The wild ones, too. Our relationship with animals today is more complicated than ever. And it's the source of some thorny debates. Tooth & Claw jumps right into those debates. Host Peter Brown in Edmonton and field correspondent Manusha Janakiram in Vancouver find the urgent and the absurd in the human/animal relationship today.
The guide to things you hope you never need to know takes an in-depth look at the questions Canadians are too afraid to ask, like how to disappear from your life and how to make someone fall in love with you. Each week we tackle a new situation we hope you never find yourself in.
We’ve all done things in our past we’d like to get off our chest. Here’s the place to do it: The Confessional on CBC Radio One. Host Krissy Holmes invites confessional tales from across the country – some hilarious, some serious, but always must-listen radio.
A regular feature hosted by the celebrated literary and arts journalist Eleanor Wachtel. She is known for her revealing and illuminating conversations with authors on the award-winning Writers & Company. On Wachtel On The Arts, Wachtel conducts her trademark intimate, in-depth interviews with leading artists, architects, composers, filmmakers, theatre and opera directors and more, from Canada and around the world.
Doc World, hosted by documentary veteran Karin Wells, features a selection of the best radio documentaries being produced by broadcasters the world over.
A user's guide to the brain. Leap into the current rush of brain mania and find out what's really going on upstairs...it's stranger than you think. Host Roberta Walker journeys through the wonders of the brain to find out how it guides us, how it foils us, how it makes us who we are.
It’s happening in office towers, restaurant kitchens, even in our own living rooms. Some call it a "clash of cultures." We call it Intersections. It's a show about how we connect – or not – in our ever-changing Canada. Host Niru Kumar speaks with spouses, colleagues, neighbours and friends about cultural tensions in their relationships. She unearths stories about who we are and where we're heading, exposing some uncomfortable truths along the way.
Line in the Sand with host Anna Maria Tremonti is the best of The Current's stories about the dilemmas that define us. It looks at the difficult ethical choices we're forced to make, both in our professional and personal lives... the lines we all draw in the sand.
Those As It Happens interviews you just can't get out of your head. For 45 years, the show has been bringing listeners the latest, most dramatic and downright strangest news of the day – straight from the people making it. Everything from hostage-takings in progress to last-minute rescues to tales of donkeys going to court. Tune in each week to hear the show’s most compelling characters all over again. Hosted by Jeff Douglas.