The Current with Matt Galloway
Sep. 17, 2020: Road to November: Wisconsin and voter suppression; economist Jeff Rubin on globalization and The Expendables; rising Canadian basketball star Jamal Murray; and the pandemic is inspiring people to pick up the guitar
Sep. 16, 2020: Increased demand for COVID-19 testing, Isabel Wilkerson on Caste, Pandemic impact on the fashion industry, U.S. wildfire smoke shrouding B.C.
Sep. 15, 2020: U.S. wildfires and online conspiracy theories; helping Canadians under 40 stay safe from COVID-19; Dr. Jane Philpott’s new book looks at the front lines of the pandemic; and Werner Herzog’s new film about the cultural impact of meteorites.
Sep. 14, 2020: Canada’s top physician Dr. Theresa Tam on the months ahead, The return to pandemic restrictions, Instagram pets and the ‘cute economy,’ Director Hao Wu on his film 76 days
Sep. 11, 2020: Federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu, Sam Pollard on his new film MLK/FBI, Dr. Tom Frieden on U.S. response to COVID-19, California wildfires
Sep. 10, 2020: Road to November: Minnesota distillery owners rebuilding community after devastating fire, How to love sports when they don’t love you back, Huge fire at Moria refugee camp on Lesbos, New CBC podcast Recall: How To Start a Revolution
Sep. 9, 2020: Canada’s COVID-19 Task Force on hunt for a vaccine, Enric Sala on conserving our oceans, Home schooling and choices facing parents
Sep. 8, 2020: A Very Different Year: The first day back at a Montreal school, How will the return to school affect children’s mental health?, New Conservative leader Erin O’Toole
Sep. 7, 2020: National call-in show: How concerned are you about schools reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic?