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Episode 321: Women's March on Washington, Hamilton's "One Last Time", Jerry Maguire, circus farewells and more
Why women are marching on Washington | reframing Hamilton's "One Last Time" | a Russian journalist on how to cover Trump | 14,000 VHS copies of Jerry Maguire | the greatest show on Earth takes its last bow | preparing for a post-antibiotic future and more
Episode 320: The Trump dossier, Tim Raines Call to the Hall, Cannabis vs. Opioids, Most Ambitious Simpsons Episodes, Great Trail Hiker, Frederic Hof on Obama and Syria, and more.
Episode 320: Trump dossier | Medical marijuana vs. opioids | Obama's legacy in Syria | The Simpsons and more.
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Episode 319: Becoming Kevin O'Leary, saving Shaker music, Google renewables, marrying robots and more
Kevin O'Leary's origin story | one man's quest to save Shaker music | Google's move to 100% renewable energy | the drug war in the Philippines | the future of human-robot marriage and more.
Episode 318: Facing the Change — Five communities affected by climate change now
2016 will go down in history as the hottest year ever recorded. In this hour-long special, we revisit "Facing the Change," profiling five communities that are already feeling the impact as the climate warms up.
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Episode 317: Black Santa, the year in music, Front Page Challenge, Trump's letter to Santa and more
Is the world ready for non-white Santas | We look at the music that mattered most in 2016 | CBC's Front Page Challenge returns | Trump writes a letter to Santa and more.
Episode 316: Aleppo evacuation, Quebec's syrup wars, return of Super Mario, Venezuela's foe and more
Finding the truth in Aleppo |playing Super Mario on your phone | fighting Quebec's maple syrup cartel | Chicago's year of violence | influencing Venezuela's bolivar and more.
Episode 315: Military vs. mefloquine, top holiday books of 2016, Harry Benson, Standing Rock tees and more
Why the Canadian military has no plans to ban the controversial anti-malaria drug mefloquine | our top holiday books of 2016 | lifting the veil on three of Harry Benson's most iconic photographs | Standing Rock tees | American vote recounts | and more.
Episode 314: Pipeline politics, was Hitler a junkie?, holiday TV specials, beauty pageant burkinis and more
How building pipelines became so political | was Hitler a junkie? | the best, worst and weirdest of Christmas TV specials | wearing a burkini to the Miss Minnesota USA pageant | and more.
Episode 313: Montreal worship ban, protecting Syrian schools, Jamaican bobsleds, fake news and more
Why the Hasidic Jewish community of Outremont plans to fight a bylaw banning new places of worship | Jamaican bobsledders push for Olympic gold | using social media to hold Chicago police accountable | protecting Syrian schools | fake news and more.
Episode 312: Trump Tower security, the fight against bigotry, Nic Cage debate, the New Yorker's Wall and more
Episode 312: Trump Tower security nightmare | fighting bigotry in Canada | inside the New Yorker's latest cover | how much is too much Nic Cage | recreating photos from the '70s | net neutrality | and more.
Episode 311: Brexit survivors' advice to America, Trump's business conflicts, Leonard Cohen, and more
Episode 311: Brexit survivors' advice to America | Trump's business conflicts | three journalists weigh in on the media's role in the U.S. election | how to dispose of a nuclear bomb, remembering Leonard Cohen | Glenda Jackson as King Lear and more
Episode 310: Patrolling the polls, what's on U.S. state ballots?, Dr. Strange, so long Chief Wahoo, and more
Patrolling U.S. polling stations | 5 ballot measures that have nothing to do with Trump or Clinton | the elusive creator of Doctor Strange | Alvinston's ball team turfs Chief Wahoo | what it's like to live in a public library and more.
Episode 309: Unaccompanied minors in Calais, the latest gift from Negativland, Bob Newhart on the Cubs, Jet Packs, Tacoma teacher tragedy and David Sax on analog
Delphine Moralis of Missing Children Europe on the children of Calais | Negativland's latest record | Bob Newhart on the Cubs | Jet Paks nearer to reality | Tacoma teacher tragedy | David Sax on analog
Episode 308: Jeff Lemire on Secret Path, Twitter taunt bots, Walking Dead, Oland trial, Twin Peaks and more
Jeff Lemire on illustrating "Secret Path" | one reporter's scheme to troll IRS scammers | picking political fights via Twitter taunt bots | Walking Dead's controversial new season | Dennis Oland's trial | Twin Peaks' secret history and more
Episode 307: Voting machine hacks, life on Mars, how to say 'Gif,' Detroit graffiti, cholera in Haiti and more
The hackability of U.S. electronic voting machines | protecting life on Mars from human diseases | why 'Gif' is probably just one of the words you're saying wrong | the politics behind Detroit's war on graffiti | Haiti's cholera crisis and the UN & more.
Episode 306: Syrian doctors under siege, investigating Ghomeshi, Arctic climate change, Luke Cage and more
Coaching besieged Syrian doctors through surgery | Kevin Donovan on investigating Jian Ghomeshi | facing climate change in Old Crow, Y.K. | Luke Cage changes the superhero game | gliding the Morning Glory and more
Episode 305: Peso versus Trump, Cubs curse, W.P. Kinsella, Richmond's rising seas, Badgerow trial and more
Trump vs the Mexican peso | revisiting the Chicago Cubs curse | an encounter with W.P. Kinsella | rising seas in Richmond | how Robert Badgerow has gone to trial four times for the same murder | personalized voice donations and more
Episode 304: The rise of wildfires, Kaepernick's protest, Trump lingo, robot cars, dyslexic design and more
Climate change & wildfires | the Kaepernick effect | analyzing Trump's unique speech patterns | the ethics of driverless cars | why dyslexia can be a design asset and more
Episode 303: Charlie Sykes on NeverTrump, predicting the Polaris, part 2 of our climate series and lots more
Charlie Sykes takes on Trump | the Day 6 music panel returns | our climate series looks at Toronto | how Hockey is growing in China | travel by hyperloop and more.
Episode 302: facing climate change, the woman behind Bob Ross, tourism in Syria, comedy roasts and much more
The beginning of our climate change series | the painting and afro of Bob Ross | how far is too far at comedy roasts | can Syria boost its tourism | a new novel from Jonathan Safran Foer and more.
Episode 301: Human rights in China, U.S. Open, getting schooled in comedy, Cindy Blackstock and more
Human rights in China | Jimmy Connors' legendary U.S. Open match | weighing the merits of a college degree in comedy | Cindy Blackstock's fight for equality for Aboriginal children | why it's so tough to get good concert tickets these days | and more
Episode 300: Fentanyl, Peter Doig, Paralympic boosting, Southside With You, Tetris' secret history, and more
Fentanyl pills that look like prescription painkillers | Peter Doig's bizarre art trial | why Paralympic athletes self-harm to get ahead | Southside With You meets Do The Right Thing | Tetris' secret cold war history | and more
Episode 299: Aging Olympians, the Hip's tour finale, Michelin stars for street food, and more
Aging Olympians | an Alaskan town votes to relocate because of climate change | Andrea Warner on the Hip & feminism | Michelin stars & street food | fake weddings | 4 myths about Guantanamo Bay
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Episode 298: Aaron Driver, hijab in sport, becoming Canada's next astronaut, playing dead, and more
Negotiating with Aaron Driver | the politics of hijab-wearing athletes | what it takes to become a Canadian astronaut | a refugee-built app to navigate German bureaucracy | the 'fake death' cottage industry | and more.
Episode 297: Enhanced athletes, Venezuelan diaper hoarders, Gawker's founder declares bankruptcy, and more
Athletes look for an edge | why a Venezuelan economist is hoarding diapers | Gawker's founder files for bankruptcy | the roots of gun violence in Chicago | using genetically modified mosquitoes to fight Zika in Brazil | and more
Episode 296: Trump and Russia, Stranger Things' prop master, police accountability, solar flight and more
Trump's ties to Russia and Putin | the prop master behind the Netflix hit Stranger Things | holding cops to account | taking flight on the Solar Impulse 2 | DIY insulin pumps | real life superheroes | and more