The Current

The Current for Dec. 3, 2019

Today on The Current: Our national affairs panel looks at the demands being made by the provincial premiers, and asks whether they’re starting to sound like the official opposition. Plus, we look at the potential and concerns around small modular reactors — or mini nuclear plants; we take a trip around the world of audio, with a streaming website called Radio Garden; and we look at the secret life of Eric Roberts, also known as Agent Jack, a Nazi hunter in wartime London.
Veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent Laura Lynch is interim host of The Current. (CBC)
Listen to the full episode1:14:27

Today on The Current: Our national affairs panel looks at the demands being made by the provincial premiers, and asks whether the group of mostly conservative leaders is starting to look like the official opposition. Plus, we look at the potential and concerns around small modular reactors — or mini nuclear plants; then, we take a trip around the world of audio, with a streaming website called Radio Garden; and we look at the secret life of Eric Roberts, also known as Agent Jack, a Nazi hunter in wartime London.

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