Dylan goes electric; Internet double; Medical marijuana; Cricket cuisine
Dylan goes electric: (00:00:10)
Fifty years ago this month, Bob Dylan made his third appearance at the legendary Newport Folk Festival with close to 100,000 die-hard folk fans there to cheer him on. But when the 24-year-old singer took to the stage and ripped into an electric version of "Maggie's Farm", well according to legend he was booed and called a sellout. Musicologist Rob Bowman talks about the significance of that iconic Dylan performance back in 1965 and how it changed the trajectory of pop music.
Internet double: (00:36:19) Just what happened when Molly met Molly? Reprise of a documentary by CBC Halifax journalist Molly Segal, who confronts the namesake who haunts her online.
How medical is medical marijuana?: (00:44:30) We will re-broadcast and update a special report on the legal and health issues surrounding the drug, including conversations with Vancouver city councillor Kerry Jang; and Dr. Mark Ware, Executive Director of the Canadian Consortium for the Investigation of Cannabinoids. He is a world-renowned leader in cannabis research.
Cricket cuisine: (01:17:47) Producer Frank Faulk takes one for The Sunday Edition team and gets a taste of cricket. Not the sport, the bug. He pays a visit to a farm that's banking on insects as the future of food production for his documentary "Jiminy Cricket! I'm Hungry!"