The Current

The Current for September 10, 2019

Today on The Current: We’re looking at the misogynist abuse faced by women working on climate change; plus, Malcolm Gladwell explains why people aren't as good at reading strangers as they might think; also, a new CBC podcast looks at the 1999 murder of 15-year-old Sharmini Anandavel; and we talk to Microsoft's Global President Brad Smith and the promise — and perils — of the digital age.
Laura Lynch, veteran CBC political reporter and foreign correspondent, is the recently named interim host of The Current. (CBC)
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Today on The Current: We're looking at the misogynist abuse faced by women working on climate change; plus, Malcolm Gladwell explains why people aren't as good at reading strangers as they might think. Then we're hearing about a new CBC podcast that looks at the 1999 murder of 15-year-old Sharmini Anandavel; and we talk to Microsoft's Global President Brad Smith and the promise — and perils — of the digital age. 

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