Sunday, April 8, 2012 | Categories: Episodes
Documentary: God I'm Angry
Oh, really? Tell that to Job. In the Bible, Job is known for his love and devotion to God.
Then one day - for no apparent reason - his children and everything else in his life, are destroyed.
Job gets angry. Very angry. And he directs his anger at God. Wouldn't anyone?
This week, our feature documentary, God I'm Angry, takes a look at faithful indignation, the connection between fury and belief.
It is prepared and presented by Frank Faulk.
Music in Hour One
Easter Parade, by Oscar Peterson
Ring Them Bells, by David Piltch and Aaron Davis
Hallelujah Chorus from Handel's Messiah, Toronto Symphony and Toronto Mendelssohn Choir, conducted by Andrew Davis
Psalm 55, by Rabbi Miriam Margles, with Danny Greenspoon
Don't Fence Me In, by Amy Cervini
Happy Birthday, Mary Pickford!
We dug into our archives and discovered a broadcasting gem that first aired on CBC Radio in 1959.
Tony Thomas, host of the program Trans-Canada Matinée, interviewed Mary Pickford in Hollywood. We have woven together some excerpts of that program about "America's Sweetheart."
CBC Radio Archives page about Mary Pickford
Ms. Cervini joins Michael from our New York studio.
Music in Hour Two:
Scenes d'Enfants, Le Chevalier au Cheval de Bois, by the Peter Togni Trio
Ev'rything I've Got, by Blossom Dearie
Tea for Two, by Amy Cervini
I'm Shadowing You, by Amy Cervini
Ev'rything I've Got, by Amy Cervini
Walking The Dog, composed by George Gershwin, performed by The Canadian Brass
Easter Monkey, by Mike Hopkins
CBC Books - The Man Within My Head
The New York Times calls Rich a poet of "towering reputation and towering rage who brought the oppression of women and lesbians to the forefront."
Professor Sutherland, an author and legal scholar, has long been a fan of Ms. Rich's work.
Music in Hour Three:
Sonate pour Clavecin, K1, by Alain LeFevre
Wash Those Blues Away, by Little Miss Higgins
Lily, by Stretch Orchestra