The Current Weekly
A weekly collection of the most insightful, in-depth interviews and audio documentaries from CBC Radio's flagship morning program, The Current.
Updated: March 27, 2020
L'Arche volunteer responds to Jean Vanier revelations, debating plant-based meats, hearing loss, mental health & assisted dying
Desmond Cole; locusts; the secret life of second-hand stuff; caught on a cruise ship; using AI to track the coronavirus
75 years after Auschwitz; the ex-Republican operative who wants to help the Dems; a wider look at the coronavirus
India's citizenship law; our changing relationship with the phone; Boeing halts 737 Max production
The Afghanistan Papers; the power of Dolly Parton; converting golf courses to housing; dumpster diving perfectly good products
École Polytechnique; Canada-China prisoner swap?; altering painful memories; change for women in Sudan; the sounds of coral
Susan Rice on Benghazi; the power of soup; 1st female lobster crew; China's Uighur detention centres;
Rumana Manzur and "Untying the Knot"; State of Legal Pot 1 year on; Sasquatch; Iran Protests; Wild Skating
"I went in for a C-section and they left a sponge inside of me!"; Modern-day slavery on the high seas; Sesame Street turns 50; Australia fires; 20-hour non-stop flights
Bill Bryson; The legacy of Auschwitz; Life undercover in the CIA; Winnipeg liquor thefts; 'OK boomer'
The rise of eating roadkill; the benefits of being scatterbrained; Boeing boss comes clean; the problems with gender reveal parties and the Internet turns 50
The Current Weekly - Chef Shane Chartrand, the case for robot politicians, affordability town hall, Sugar Sammy
The Current Weekly - Jonathan Safran Foer, election town hall, other Khashoggis, track star Harry Jerome