The Current's National Call-In Show for September 24, 2018
Nearing the one-year anniversary of #MeToo, The Current will open the phone lines Monday to hear where you want to see the conversation go next. Anna Maria Tremonti is joined by Maclean's senior writer and columnist Anne Kingston, who has been covering #MeToo from its beginning last October, and Simon Fraser University criminology professor Neil Boyd.
Use of fentanyl to execute U.S. death row prisoners a risk to public safety: advocate
Fearing a public backlash that could harm their sales, pharmaceutical companies have increasingly tried to block U.S. officials using their drugs for lethal injections. That has left states "scrambling" for an alternative, says one advocate.
Why scientists have become attached to 'Oppy', the Mars rover stranded by a dust storm
It's not that surprising to Joelle Renstrom, a robot columnist, that scientists and others around the world have become attached to Opportunity the Mars rover. She says it's quite common to associate human attributes to intimate objects.
Friday 21 September, 2018 Full Text Transcript
Full text transcript for September 21st episode.