The Sunday Magazine

Water on First Nations reserves; Islam and ISIS; Prison poem; Pricey glasses; Heather O'Neill

This week on The Sunday Edition: Michael's essay on the ongoing drinking water crisis on many First Nations reserves; journalist Graeme Wood, who spent a decade interviewing ISIS fighters about their ideology; a poem from former inmate Jarrod Shook; David Gutnick's documentary about the Montreal optician who sells eyeglasses at a fraction of the regular cost; and a feature interview with award-winning Canadian writer Heather O'Neill about her new novel, "The Lonely Hearts Hotel".

This week on The Sunday Edition: Michael's essay on the ongoing drinking water crisis on many First Nations reserves; journalist Graeme Wood, who spent a decade interviewing ISIS fighters about their ideology; a poem from former inmate Jarrod Shook; David Gutnick's documentary about the Montreal optician who sells eyeglasses at a fraction of the regular cost; and a feature interview with award-winning Canadian writer Heather O'Neill about her new novel, The Lonely Hearts Hotel. 

Music this week by: Steve Earle, Aaron Davis, Patricia O'Callaghan, The Fretless, Brenna MacCrimmon and Turkwaz, and Aleksandr Borodine.

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