Last December, Cuba watchers were surprised to learn that President Barack Obama was working secretly to normalize relations between the U.S. and Cuba, after more than 50 years of embargo. Rewind airs a documentary from 1958 just weeks before the Cuban Revolution.
Soup has existed in every culture and in every era and has used just about every ingredient imaginable. Soup can highlight food or hide it, stretch the budget or be extravagant. As Canadians bundle up against the January cold and snow, Rewind turns its thoughts… and stomach… to soup.
It's January. We are in the month of penance. The health clubs will be filled to capacity as we struggle to work off the extra pounds. Rewind looks at past efforts to make ourselves happier and more successful from the Power of Positive Thinking to Awaken the Giant Within. It's all about self help.
Some of Canada's oldest black communities are in Nova Scotia. The heart and soul of those communities was the church, a place of belonging for people who were excluded or outcast. A look at the rich heritage of gospel music in the black churches of Nova Scotia.
When Our Native Land first aired in 1965, it was called Indian Magazine. Six years later, it was reborn to be "all-red, all-the-time." The show was part of the rejuvenation of aboriginal culture, art and political activism. A look at Christmas and holiday festivities from an aboriginal perspective.