'Canada's folk laureate' Gordon Lightfoot turns 80
As Gordon Lightfoot returns to his hometown for a special concert on his 80th birthday, we examine the ties between his roots and his music.
The 'soap opera'-like chase of Gary Hart, the front runner
A new biopic about Gary Hart's failed 1988 presidential bid is based on a real-life story that was followed closely on both sides of the border.
William Goldman, writer of The Princess Bride and All the President's Men, dead at 87
Oscar-winning screenwriter and novelist William Goldman has died. He was 87. Goldman won Academy Awards for the comic western Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid and the political thriller All the President's Men.
From the Vaults digs deep into the CBC archives for unforgettable musical performances
Why Stan Lee saw Spider-Man as a regular guy
The Doc Project
Mind-blowing music in attic reveals the life one man locked away
Reflections on the music business from a young Neil Young
John Irving on why The World According to Garp is more relevant now than he ever imagined
Douglas Rain, Stratford Festival pioneer and voice of HAL, dead at 90
When Winnie-the-Pooh ran into trouble on a Canadian stamp
'Holy crap, it is me': Woman surprised by photo of herself at a rock concert - taken 40 years ago
Both sides of Joni Mitchell's art: The visual and the musical
CBC Radio took to the air 82 years ago today
Robert Englund on getting 'ready to be Freddy' Krueger
From 1983: Michael J. Fox, a rising star with an eye to the future
The early role that introduced CBC viewers to Jim Carrey
Buzz Aldrin's appearance on CBC's psychic game show Beyond Reason