Me, myself, and han
Eunice Kim was born in South Korea and she speaks the language fluently, but recently, she stumbled upon an unfamiliar word: han. Han has no English translation. It's used to describe a combination of rage, grief and regret - a feeling so powerful, some believe you can die from it. To many Koreans, han is part of the cultural DNA. Once you know what it is, you see it everywhere, from Korean movies to the unofficial national anthem. So, how exactly did it escape Eunice? Why did her family never mention it? Eunice turns to her grandmother, her mother, and her father to ask them about han. Have they had it all this time? And is it possible that she's inherited something she never even knew existed?
Renew: Stories of Indigenous Innovation
In 'Renew: Stories of Indigenous innovation,' hosts Duncan McCue and Jamuna Galay-Tamang introduce you to people and projects that are changing the way Indigenous people live, work and play.
Smoked Out: How wildfires are changing our Canadian summers
It's going to be another busy smoke-filled wildfire season across Canada. CBC Radio is examining why this is happening now, what's being done about it and what it all means for the quality of the air we're all breathing.
'Our culture is in everything': This Indigenous chef is on a crusade for food sovereignty
Provincial food safety legislation can make it tricky to serve traditional Indigenous cuisine, says chef Jared Qwustenuxun Williams, who is part of a growing movement of Indigenous chefs and food activists pushing for food sovereignty - the right to define their own food systems.
Geddy Lee, Yeardley Smith and Kinan Azmeh 20/05/2019 [Full episode]
Best of q: Geddy Lee of Rush talks about his new obsession with the history of the bass guitar. Yeardley Smith, best known as the voice of Lisa Simpson, talks about the evolution of The Simpsons and what keeps her busy outside of Springfield. Syrian clarinetist Kinan Azmeh discusses the unexpected way that President Trump's travel ban made him feel more at home in America.
Downward Facing Broad
Is 60 the new 40? How do we stay relevant once the seniors' discount kicks in? In her latest stand-up special, 'Downward Facing Broad,' comedian Deborah Kimmett takes on what it means to be a part of the largest aging population in Canadian history. From the death of friends, to changing body parts, nothing's sacred. She'll make you laugh at it all.
Hockey Night in Canada on CBC: Stanley Cup Playoffs - St Louis at San Jose - Game 5
Watch the live stream of Hockey Night in Canada playoffs as the St. Louis Blues visit the San Jose Sharks at 3:00 p.m. ET.
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley LIVE
The Weekly with Wendy Mesley for Sunday May 19, 2019.
Parks Canada asks for patience with 'aerial acrobats' barn swallows
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Want to be happier? Focus on time, not money, says Harvard researcher
Ashley Whillans, an assistant professor at Harvard Business School, wants to help you lead a better, happier life by teaching you how to find more time.
'Dream becoming true' as Fort McMurray breaks ground on Hindu temple
The Sanatan Mandir Cultural Society is breaking ground in Fort McMurray Sunday on the community’s first Hindu temple.
Joe Biden rejects anger, calls for bipartisan unity
To bring the country together and win the Democratic primary, Joe Biden is calling for bipartisan unity. On Saturday, he insisted that Democrats will not defeat the Republican president if they pick an angry nominee.
Vancouver News Update
News Update from CBC Vancouver
Privatizing LCBO's distribution business is on the table, Ford government adviser reveals
The Ford government's top adviser on reforming alcohol sales will soon hand over his recommendations, and CBC News obtained some insights into his thinking in an interview.
Vincent Kompany leaving Man City after 11 seasons
Vincent Kompany, one of the pillars behind Manchester City's rise as the major force in English soccer, said Sunday he was leaving the club after 11 seasons.
September election called after vice-chancellor resigns amid corruption scandal
Austria's Chancellor Sebastian Kurz has called for a September election, pulling the plug on his coalition with the far right. This after vice-chancellor Heinz-Christian Strache resigned amid a video scandal.
Swiss voters adopt tighter gun control
Switzerland has agreed to adopt tighter gun control measures which are in line with changes to European Union rules.
Pliskova defeats Konta to capture biggest clay-court title of career
Karolina Pliskova captured the biggest clay-court title of her career by beating Johanna Konta 6-3, 6-4 Sunday in the Italian Open final.
Sporadic violence marks last phase of world's largest election
Under unprecedented security, Indians lined up to vote in the eastern state of West Bengal on Sunday. This was the final phase of a massive, staggered election to decide whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi returns for a second term.
Ice Pilots NWT star reflects on death of internet sensation Grumpy Cat
Grumpy Cat, whose real name was Tardar Sauce, died Tuesday at the age of seven from complications of a recent urinary tract infection.
At least 12 hurt in tourist bus blast near Egypt's pyramids
At least 12 people were injured on Sunday in a blast targeting a tourist bust near the new Egyptian museum close to the Giza Pyramids, two security sources said.
Six Nations office evacuated after powder with both fentanyl and heroin found: police
Emergency crews, including fire fighters and a hazardous materials response team, were called to the building at 12 Sunrise Court around 10:24 a.m. after the powder was reported.
CFL collective bargaining agreement holds together after misunderstanding
Media outlets on Saturday reported that the CFL and CFLPA had a conference call to fix a misunderstanding in the memorandum of agreement that the two had agreed to on Wednesday.
'It means a lot to me': Game of Thrones finale is hitting fans hard
The hit fantasy series Game of Thrones has set such a high bar for cinematic storytelling and character development on television that it might have a tough time living up to expectations as the series draws to a close Sunday after eight seasons.
Revamped citizenship guide still a work in progress as election nears
A promised overhaul of Canada’s citizenship guide remains a work in progress with just months left in the Liberal mandate, leaving a current guide riddled with historical gaps and outdated information.