The Current

The Current for Jan. 27, 2020

Today on The Current: 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz, we talk to Edith Grosman, who believes she survived the Nazi death camp so she could be a messenger, and tell the stories of the people murdered. Then, we discuss efforts to contain the coronavirus, as the second presumptive case is confirmed in Ontario; and journalist Cathal Kelly talks about the tragic death and legacy of basketball giant Kobe Bryant.
Matt Galloway is the host of CBC Radio's The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: We talk to Edith Grosman, who believes she survived Auschwitz so she could be a messenger, and tell the stories of the people murdered. The CBC's Susan Bonner also reports from the Nazi death camp as the world marks 75 years since its liberation, and author Andrea Pitzer discusses the history of concentration camps, both before and after Hitler. Also today, we discuss efforts to contain the coronavirus, as the second presumptive case is confirmed in Ontario; and journalist Cathal Kelly talks about the tragic death and legacy of basketball giant Kobe Bryant.

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