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The Sunday Edition Podcast for October 14, 2018
Canada is unprepared for the demographic time-bomb hurtling at us 0:38 Canada's population needs to be 100 million by 2100 30:32 Aren't you too old for that? The late life plunge into the PhD 40:30 Mail: Baby Names 1:16:33
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October 7, 2018 - The Sunday Edition with Michael Enright
Michael's essay: Why would anyone ever risk taking any of the drugs advertised on TV? 0:39 We should hold identity with 'a lighter touch,' says philosopher Kwame Anthony Appiah 4:19 Why aren't most women represented in the last names of their children? 42:31 Political philosopher Joseph Heath on the role emotion plays in politics 1:03:11 The goal of 10,000 steps a day is not based in science, says expert in walking behaviour 1:29:17 POV: Seventy is not the new sixty. Just ask my body 1:41:00
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for September 30, 2018
Michael's essay: How the Republican Party sees women? 0:39 'For them, it was just politics and it was a game': Anita Hill 5:23 Seeking comfort and community at the dog park 33:32 Ontario man with dementia on crusade to plan his own death 39:56 Political twists mean the Quebec election is now too close to call 1:10:09 Novelist Kate Atkinson on why she writes wartime fiction 1:28:09
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for September 23, 2018
Michael's essay: Technology is changing faster than our ability to control it 0:39 PANEL: How are Canadian attitudes towards immigration changing? 4:13 DOC: Sixth-graders in a nursing home - an unlikely but 'life-changing' school year 42:41 We can come out of the Trump era a better America, says professor 102:41 ESSAY: A lament for the end of Greyhound buses in western Canada 1:29:34 MAIL: The facts on gun ownership and gun crime in Canada 1:36:11
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for September 16, 2018
Michael's essay: Canadians love nothing more than a good old-fashioned constitutional crisis 0:39 A Canadian gun rights lobbyist says banning firearms won't stop gun violence 4:56 Personal essay: When your 'to-do' list is taking over your life, try a 'to-don't' list 36:34 You can't stop checking your phone because Silicon Valley designed it that way 43:25 Romance fiction is so much more than swashbuckling bodice-rippers, say authors 125:43 Think cloth bags are better for the environment? Think again 155:35
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for September 9, 2018
Michael's essay: Canada's so-called 'refugee crisis' is not real 0:38 The Catholic Church's legacy of covering up the sexual abuse of children 5:47 A Korean-Canadian opera singer rediscovers her voice in small-town Saskatchewan? 40:47 The Swamp, Part 1: The enduring power of Trumpism 59:10 The forgotten real-life story behind Lolita 1:26:30 Newfoundland writers Joel Thomas Hynes, Wayne Johnston and Bridget Canning onstage at the Winterset literary festival 1:51:20
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for August 26, 2018
The trials and tribulations of a hockey mom (0:28); How to rescue baseball from the glacial pace of play (21:17); Doc: Big Brother meets Big Data, in an office near you (42:54); What ads for escaped slaves tell us about slavery in Canada (1:18:04); What are smartphones doing to young people? (1:32:13); A feature interview with Canadian poet Dennis Lee (1:58:14).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for August 26, 2018
Doc: How depression cost Gerald Le Dain his Supreme Court post (0:39); Convinced that Canadian beer is better than American beer? Think again! (31:34); "The ghost rapes of Bolivia" (44:58); Doc: A bluffer's guide to the very latest "tech talk." (1:08:29); Essay: A fateful thirty-year-old choice, re-imagined and lived anew (1:28:37); A scathing indictment of Canada's prisons, after 30 years working "down inside" (1:35:04); 'Unbuttoned: A History of Mackenzie King's Secret Life' (1:57:08).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for August 19, 2018
Meet Cowboy Smithx, the young Blackfoot filmmaker (0:39); Remembering Mary Pratt, renowned Canadian painter (19:50); Doc: Women at the Wheel (41:43); Why so many people practice 'denialism' (1:02:41); There is no such thing as the 'white race' - or any other race, says historian (1:28:07); Peter Herrndorf on his illustrious career in the arts (1:52:00).
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August 12, 2018 - The Sunday Edition with guest host David Gray
The campaign to bring Corky the orca home after nearly 5 decades in captivity (0:39); Life inside a travelling school bus powered by vegetable oil (27:55); Sara Angelucci weaves garment factory stories into art (42:54); Poetry is a sugar cube in the bitter coffee of everyday life, says Pino Coluccio (1:06:59); A message from the world's oldest tree saves a man from his mid-life crisis (1:28:38); Two of the young, talented musicians from the piano quartet, "Ensemble Made In Canada" (1:35:31); Rebuilding after the B.C. wildfires (1:59:18)
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August 5, 2018 - The Sunday Edition with guest host Laura Lynch
Writer Elif Shafak on Turkish politics and embracing confusion in an age of tribalism and rigid thinking (0:39); A woman grapples with her husband's Alzheimer's disease (29:10); How online shipping is changing the environment, the design of cities, who we work for and even where we live (40:50); The anti-democratic reign of Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon (1:10:44); Lyme disease: The first epidemic of climate change (1:27:11); The 'Men's Shed' movement helps older men stave off loneliness (1:53:21); Think Again: Corks versus screw-caps (2:04:29)
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for July 29, 2018
Writer Olivia Laing on turning our chaotic age into fiction (0:37); Anglo-Saxon parable inspires a young woman with a visual impairment (26:30); Montreal's graphic novel publisher Drawn & Quarterly (34:30); Irish-Canadian scholar of Inuktitut (37:45); ACLU Legal Director (1:15:00); Quebec music superstar La Bolduc is making a comeback (1:26:00); a prescription for Canadian healthcare from Henry Mintzberg (1:50:25)
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for July 22, 2018
Can we rewrite the 1951 Refugee Convention for the 21st century? (0:40); The "great divide" in women's friendships (36:00); Mail pack (43:40); "Life is a whole lot more than a PhD" (47:50); One man's quest to spread cribbage around the world (1:20:30); Canadians are not as open to immigration as we like to think (1:31:55); Novelist Sarah Perry on faith, fear and our fascination with monsters (1:56:50).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for July 15, 2018
On this week's episode with guest host Nahlah Ayed: U.S. diplomat questions Trump's belief in the free world on eve of meeting Putin (0:39); Doc: Why one school board believes studying music is essential for all (26:00); "Abandoned by my country," Former hostage in Syria says Canada let him down (44:20); Think the "5-second rule" means it's okay to eat food you dropped on the floor? Think Again! (01:12:00); A mother's heart melts when a puppy penetrates a 'no pets' family (01:20:33); Doc: Making bagpipes great again (01:28:17); Debut novel about Tamil asylum-seekers reveals Canada's 'split personality' about refugees (01:44:10); Doc: A cafe table of one's own (02:07:35).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for July 8, 2018
On this week's episode with guest host Gillian Findlay: This searing novel about domestic violence is a damning exposé of India's big problem (0:40); 'Excommunicate me from the church of social justice': an activist's plea for change (33:18); Documentary: 'Time is the great editor': Brian Brett chooses his literary executor (42:10); Donald Trump is the logical outcome of America's fascination with irrationality (01:01:16); What rumours reveal about our deepest hopes and fears (01:26:10).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for July 1, 2018
Children seeking asylum face extortion, rape and murder before they even arrive at the U.S. border? (0:37); Trees are essential infrastructure in our towns and cities, say urban foresters? (22:43); Doc: An unusual family finds joy, connection and love in a remote Inuit community (43:51); Nick Mount on how Canadian literature came to be CanLit (1:08:17); Robert Harris on everything you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask about 'O Canada' (1:33:09); Doc: Newfoundland reunion (2:11:18).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for June 24, 2018
Michael's essay - What would Mr. Rogers say? (0:37); Meet Herménégilde Chiasson (5:58); Mail: Slow news (36:00); Doc: Just to Have Had You (43:27); Why Canada doesn't have a national pharmacare program (1:10:51); A wearable medical device that could help Canadians move again (1:32:17); Trinity Western University Supreme Court of Canada ruling (1:48:12); Mike Check (2:10:58).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for June 17, 2018
Michael's essay: News fatigue (00:37); The history of Canada-US tensions (4:59); My son's Facebook history might help me understand why he died. But Facebook won't let me see it.(29:13); Doc: Llandovery castle opera (37:11); Racism in Britain's middle class (1:14:51); Doc: My Own Private Twillingate (1:41:45); Mail: Fountain pens (2:01:03).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for June 10, 2018
Michael's essay: Public vulgarity is nothing new, and vulgar words aren't all created equal (00:38); Ontario election panel (5:25); Mail: Moot Court (36:40); Documentary: Co-housing update (43:29); Peter Fleming Pt. 2 - Changing the way we work to build a more livable society (59:39); Miriam's essay: Being bipolar is not the sum total of who I am, nor is it a life sentence (1:24:35); Mail: Deaf employment (1:32:30); Jessica Matthews on Iran/North Korea nuclear deal (1:38:53); Llandovery Castle promo (2:05:13); Documentary: Meet the first black woman to ski to the North Pole: Barbara Hillary (2:09:11)
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for June 3, 2018
Michael's essay (0:40); Peter Fleming (6:59); Essay: Smile, Girl, You're in Court (46:24); Doc: Down the Rabbit Hole (51:48); Mail: Gaza (1:07:51); Deaf employment (1:13:04); Declan Kiberd (1:34:04); Abortion Caravan (2:06:46)
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Podcast extra: 50 years ago, the women of Canada's 'Abortion Caravan' stormed Parliament for reproductive rights
Last week's historic vote to overturn Ireland’s ban on abortion grabbed attention around the world. And it reminded us of a gem in our documentary vault. In 1970, a group of Canadian women set out on a cross-country trek to Ottawa in what became known as the Abortion Caravan. Hear Karin Wells's 2010 documentary, "The Women are Coming."
May 27, 2018 — The Sunday Edition with Michael Enright
Michael's Essay: Getting used to the threat of nuclear war again;Yair Rosenberg on truth and bias in Gaza; Sabreena Delhon's essay "Yuppie", Panel on homeless youth in Canada; Donald Schaffner on food safety and debunking the 5-second rule; Professor Robert Frank on luck's influence on gaining wealth; Jennifer Chrumka’s Sisters of St. Anne documentary.
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for May 20, 2018
Michael's Essay: Racial profiling and stereotypes; Jagmeet Singh on dousing fires in his NDP caucus; Singing the Heavenly Music of 18th Century Quebec Nuns; Documentary: Table Stakes; late author Tom Wolfe on the foundation of fiction; scholar Cheryl Wall and writer Edwidge Danticat on the late author Zora Neale Hurston.
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for May 13, 2018
Michael’s Essay: Ford turns its back on the family sedan (38 secs); MSNBC's Ali Velshi on the Canadian perspective of Trump (5:32); Promo for Zora Neale Hurston (36:32); Documentary: Her Mother’s Threads (43:37); Dr. Iris Gorfinkel on price of prescription drugs (1:08:05); Ken Whyte on publishing (1:22:17); Essay: Life Lessons (1:50:31).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for May 6, 2018
Journalist Mary Beth Pfeiffer on the emerging lyme disease epidemic; Henk Ovink on flooding; Curtis Barlow’s essay on artist Sylvie Barcelo; Clemantine Wamariya on escaping Rwanda’s genocide in her new book; Tania and Martina Halik embark on a 2300 kilometre mountain hike in new documentary; Lawyer Paula Mallea on reducing Canada’s prison system.
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for April 29, 2018
Intro (11 secs); Michael's essay: The horror of mass murder by vehicle comes to Toronto (39 secs); A primer on the Kinder Morgan pipeline (6:24); Mail: handkerchiefs (37:08); Documentary: Women Behind the Wheel (45:09); How “post-truth” entered the political mainstream (1:06:12); Beverley McLachlin’s journey from top judge to crime novelist (1:34:20); Dirge Without Music (2:00:39).
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The Sunday Edition Podcast for April 22, 2018
Michael’s essay: Re-thinking our relationship with animals (30 secs); Jennifer Robson on micro-data (5:22); Essay on handkerchiefs (33:36); Doc: From the roof to table (40:11); Listener mail on libraries (58:38); Sister Nora Nash on corporations (1:06:09); Author David Grossman (1:26:59)
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