Wednesday April 27, 2016
For years, successive Australian governments diverted boatloads of refugees to camps on two remote islands, to hold them in indefinite detention. No information is allowed out but filmmaker Eva Orner found a way to document the devastating conditions.
Friday April 29, 2016
The closing of half of Newfoundland and Labrador's libraries has The Current asking what role do libraries play in the community? Is there a future for the institution in our communities and in our knowledge economy?
Tuesday April 26, 2016
Every city that boasts beautiful buildings and breathtaking skyscapes is also a tease for burglars who love a puzzle. Where we see soaring architecture, they see nefarious opportunity. The Current takes a guided tour of a burglar's city.
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Lorinda Stewart's nightmare began when a man from Somalia contacted her to demand ransom for her daughter, Amanda Lindhout. Now mother and daughter join The Current to talk about their devastating ordeal and share a recording of a raw, emotional phone call between them. More video
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Yanis Varoufakis has been called a narcissist, belligerent and brilliant. When he was the Greek finance minister, everyone from the IMF to the EU, wanted to blame Greece for its financial crisis. He's still looking to set the record straight. MoreListen 23:46
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