Schoenberg's Love Letter to Brahms, Webern's romantic side
Hear Arnold Schoenberg's love letter to Johannes Brahms: his colourful orchestration of Brahms piano quartet. Plus the romantic sound of Anton Webern, before he developed his trademark atonal style.
Battle of the (generational) bands
Some songs can stand the test of time. But as a parent, is it better to leave your child to discover their own music or should you sing the praises of your favourite bands?
CBC Igalaaq May 22, 2019
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Author Arundhati Roy speaks to Nahlah Ayed
Author and political activist Arundhati Roy tells Nahlah Ayed how it felt to not vote in India's election, what fake news has led to in her country, and whether it's tiring to be the one who always speaks up.
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Seniors housing, health care discussed at minsters forum in Charlottetown Wednesday
Seniors were top of mind for politicians gathered in Charlottetown Wednesday as federal, provincial and territorial ministers responsible for seniors met to discuss key issues for that demographic.
CBC Winnipeg News May 22, 2019
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Windsor, Ont. teen designs wireless ASL glove
Ahmad Ali, 17, invented a glove which can translate ASL gestures into speech via Bluetooth
Edmonton News Update
News Update from CBC Edmonton
Saskatchewan News Update
News Update from CBC Regina
Manitoba premier says 2019 provincial election will happen 'for sure'
After saying he'd have more to say in the "fullness of time," Premier Brian Pallister didn't disagree when a reporter suggested he was leaning toward dropping the writ in 2019.
City engineers want to move on Arlington Bridge replacement but councillor says there's no cash
Winnipeg is poised to make replacing the Arlington Bridge a priority among major projects — even though the city has no money to pay for the $319-million job.
Calgary News Update
News Update from CBC Calgary
Drake's courtside trolling has Milwaukee fans up in arms
On Wednesday, a tweet from a senior executive for Octagon, the agency representing Milwaukee star Giannis Antetokounmpo, called out Drake for his repeated trolling of the Bucks in general and specifically their superstar power forward.
'Climate leaders don't build pipelines': Indigenous advocate tells Trudeau
An Indigenous leader confronted Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a fundraiser in Vancouver on Wednesday calling him a "weak leader" while criticizing his government's plan to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline.
Health authority board criticized for lack of transparency at public meeting
The first open meeting of Nova Scotia's health authority board ended with the chair being questioned about the transparency of the meeting after he refused to release a report from the CEO, citing concerns in the accuracy of any reporting on it.
'No deals' to prop up Liberal minority just yet, says NDP leader
Flanked by her party's two other brand new MHAs, Alison Coffin says it's too early to tell what role the NDP may have in supporting the Liberal minority government.
Minor stroke diagnosis less likely in women than men, study shows
New research involving patients in Calgary and Victoria shows women are less likely to be diagnosed with minor strokes than men when they show up to emergency rooms.
Manitoba News Update
News Update from CBC Winnipeg
High water levels may push LaSalle to move Strawberry Festival to Vollmer complex
The festival's intended Gil Maure Park location has been affected by spring rains, with water pooling in roads and patches of standing water in the park.
'Pure insanity:' Another inmate at Barton jail taken to hospital after suspected overdose
A female inmate at the Hamilton-Wentworth Detention Centre was taken to hospital Monday following a suspected opioid overdose — the seventh inmate at the jail to suffer a suspected overdose in less than a week.
Physicist Corey Gray finds threads that connect Einstein and his own Blackfoot heritage
Physicist Corey Gray talks about how a shy guy who grew up on the Siksika Nation in southern Alberta idolizing the TV character MacGyver got some love from the Nobel Prize committee.
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Veteran journalist Nancy Carlson takes the helm of CBC Edmonton's supper hour show, reporting weekdays on breaking news and current events in Alberta's capital city.
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