Sunday April 03, 2016
The Sunday Edition What's it like to do stand-up for the first time?
Vanessa Caldwell just did her very first stand-up comedy show. After years of believing she didn't deserve to be in the spotlight, she actually got up on a stage and told some jokes.Listen 17:44
Sunday March 20, 2016
The Sunday Edition Is it a crime to give a pig water on a hot day?
Last summer, when Anita Krajnc pushed a water bottle into a truck-load of pigs on their way to slaughter. Krajnc was charged with criminal mischief. Karin Wells brings us Krajnc's story in her documentary, "They're Not Human, You Dumb Frick'in Broad!"Listen 27:22
Sunday April 10, 2016
The Sunday Edition The Meaningful Man - a one hour special
The Meaningful Man - a one hour special: A chronicle of survival and a call to life, Viktor Frankl's "Man's Search for Meaning" has the power to change people's lives. The book is part memoir, part manifesto, and part discourse on human psychology. Seven decades after it was first published, it continues to inspire readers.read comments video audioListen 50:53
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As this country's Correctional Investigator, Howard Sapers keeps a watchful eye on conditions inside Canadian prisons. He warns they are over-crowded, they provide little access to programs, and they rely too much on solitary confinement. More read commentsListen 22:44
Allison Sparling explains why young people like herself are forced to leave in search of work, despite their love for the city. MoreListen 6:05
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Existentialism coalesced out of the fog of smoke in a bar on the Rue du Montparnasse. In "At The Existentialist Café: Freedom, Being and Apricot Cocktails," British writer Sarah Bakewell profiles many of the movement's stars, including Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre. More read commentsListen 24:13