The Current celebrates 10 years on air with the launch of this site. We're kicking it off with a showcase of many of our best feature interviews of the last decade, sharing with you some of what it took to get them and what happened behind the scenes. We want your feedback. Be sure to let us know if we missed a favourite interview you believe should be showcased here. Contact us via email, Twitter or Facebook.
Canada's third SARS patient gives us a chilling account of how she contracted the disease, witnessed two family members die and self diagnosed that this was no common pneumonia.
In his first major interview, Maher Arar tells Anna Maria Tremonti the chilling details of his rendition, captivity and ensuing torture in a Syrian jail.
The former U.S. Secretary of State takes Anna Maria to task for asking whether he might be vulnerable to charges from the newly-formed International Criminal Court. This interview stands out for the surprising way it ends -- and the reaction it sparked south of the border.
On the eve of stepping down as Canada's Prime Minister, Jean Chretien gets candid with Anna Maria Tremonti about why he stayed for a third term. This one stood out for its honesty - and for making news.
In one of his last interviews, the prolific author reflects on his prose, passions and politics. It's quite literally, the conversation of a lifetime. And maybe the only time someone has told Anna Maria to go jump in a lake.
An interview with animator and Holocaust survivor Dina Babbitt - about how Nazi chief Josef Mengele - the Angel of Death, forced her to paint portraits of Roma prisoners in the Aushwitz Concentration Camp. She describes her life long battle to retrieve the paintings from the Aushwitz-Birkenau State Museum.
Shannon Moroney's life shattered when the man she had just married was arrested for the brutal sexual assault of two women. She recounts her journey to building a new life.
Monique Lepine opens up to Anna Maria about what it was like to be the mother of Marc Lepine - the man who killed 14 women at the Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal in 1989. She reveals her struggle to make sense of how the son she loved could be responsible for such a crime.
Newfoundland native Robert Croke relives his kidnapping from a marine oil rig off the coast of Nigeria and how he survived to tell the tale.
He is the only person known to have been born in a North Korean prison camp and escape to tell the world about it. Shin Dong Hyuk shares his shocking story with Anna Maria.
This 10 Years of Provocative Radio website was produced by Sujata Berry, Brian Cauley, Geoff Isaac, Ananda Korchynski and Angela Misri