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Greece at the crossroads; Too much sitting can be bad for you; Utopia on the prairie, Amy Winehouse

Greece at the crossroad: Francine Pelletier speaks with the Syriza party's Secretary General of Communication Lefteris Kretsos about the future of Greece. Too much sitting can be bad for you: A conversation with author and business innovator Nilofer Merchant about sitting, and how it has become "the new smoking." Utopia on the prairie: Craig Desson takes us to Palmer, Saskatchewan, a small farming community which is being brought back to life by a group of under-employed university graduates from Ontario. She was just 27 when she died. And though she only released two full albums in her life time, she had a huge impact on the music industry...and a new wave of young singers. Robert Harris profiles the undeniable Amy Winehouse.

Greece at the crossroads (00:00:10): Francine Pelletier speaks with the Syriza party's Secretary General of Communication Lefteris Kretsos about the future of Greece.

Too much sitting can be bad for you (00:29:00): A conversation with author and business innovator Nilofer Merchant about sitting, and how it has become "the new smoking."

Utopia on the prairie (00:46:22): Craig Desson takes us to Palmer, Saskatchewan, a small farming community which is being brought back to life by a group of under-employed university graduates from Ontario.

*** Due to copyright reasons, we cannot include Robert Harris's interview about the musical legacy of Amy Winehouse.

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