June 2012

Hour 1: Thomas Mulcair

Thomas Mulcair: He emerged from a provocative campaign for the leadership of the NDP,...

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Hour 2: Boyd Lee Dunlop and The O'Briens

Piano Man: Eighty-five-year old jazz pianist Boyd Lee Dunlop got his big break playing a...

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Hour 3: Only in Canada Quiz

Leading up to Canada Day and rounding out the academic year, The Sunday Edition puts...

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Michael's Essay: The Truth About Penguins

Now I'm not the kind of man who spends a lot of his time thinking...

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Documentary: That's Me Playin', Man!

Jazz pianist Boyd Lee Dunlop got his big break playing a rundown piano in a...

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Only in Canada Quiz

We're putting three university professors to the test with our Only in Canada quiz, featuring...

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Canadiana Online Quiz

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Boris Johnson

He's been called "the Blond Bombshell" for his flax-coloured hair, and "Wodehousian" for his speaking...

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Hour 1: Competition Bureau chief Melanie Aitken

There are almost as many consumers rip-offs around as there are consumers ... telemarketing scams,...

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Hour 2: Sleep - Good Night and Good Luck

Someone once called sleep, God's greatest gift to humankind. That being the case, the lack...

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Hour 3: French Postcard and Ralph Ellison

Postcard from France - David Gutnick visits the newly chic Parisian neighbourhood of Montreuil -...

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Michael's Essay: Graduation Season

June is a change month. Gardens burst open. We switch wardrobes. Sometimes, we smile on...

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Ralph Ellison

Sixty years ago, the American writer Ralph Ellison published The Invisible Man. Black readers recognized...

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Coming up: Competition Bureau chief Melanie Aitken

This week on The Sunday Edition, a conversation with the most vigilant consumer watchdog in...

Hour 1: London Mayor Boris Johnson

He's been called "the Blond Bombshell" for his flax-coloured hair, and "Wodehousian" for his speaking...

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Hour 2: AIDS and the Law, and Wisconsin

DOCUMENTARY: A CALCULATED RISK - The Supreme Court says anyone who tests positive for HIV...

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Hour 3: French Postcard and Philip Glass

POSTCARD FROM FRANCE:  David Gutnick goes to Henin-Beaumont, a once proudly communist town, which is...

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Michael's Essay: The Pro-Debate Choice

In 1988, the Supreme Court of Canada struck down the Criminal Code provision dealing with...

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A Calculated Risk

HIV and the Supreme Court - the law says anyone who tests positive, must tell...

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Philip Glass

Philip Glass may well be the world's most famous living composer and he's visiting Toronto...

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Hour 1: Charities and Chainsaws

Canadian Charities have been warned by the federal government. Stick to charity -- not proselytizing --...

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Hour 2: All the Diamonds and Film Noir

All the Diamonds: A documentary portrait of Raylene Rankin, solo artist and member of Cape...

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Hour 3: Postcard from France and Picasso's Picassos

Post-election France: The first of three audio snapshots from David Gutnick. Picasso's Picassos: Art Gallery of...

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Michael's Essay: The Queen of Our Hearts

On the morning of her Coronation, in June 1953, the morning papers announced that a...

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Documentary: All the Diamonds

A documentary profile of Raylene Rankin, solo artist and member of Cape Breton's The Rankin Family, as...

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Picasso's Picassos

A special exhibition of works from Pablo Picasso's private collection are on display this summer at...

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