Sept 11
One Year Later

SEPTEMBER 2 - 10Loss & Legacy

World Report, Canada At Five, The World At Six, The World This Weekend Radio One & Two

CBC Radio News, over nine days, will present reports on the following themes:

  • Legacy
  • Tolerance
  • Vulnerability
  • Resilience
  • Relationships
National Radio News Features

September 2

World at Six
6:00, 7:00, 8:00 p.m. (6:30, 7:30, 8:30 NT) Radio One and Two

Beyond Anthrax: is another biological attack just a matter of time?

September 4

World Report
6:00, 7:00, 8:00 a.m. (6:30, 7:30, 8:30 NT) Radio One and Two

Most of the September 11th hijackers came from Saudi Arabia but were trained and learned to fly in Florida. One of their trainers has been thinking about his involvement with a hijacker and his frame of mind might surprise you. Kelly Ryan reports.

The World at Six
6:00 p.m. (6:30 NT) Radio One and Two
Hundreds of �enemy combatants� are locked up at the U.S.naval base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. These people are being held without the protections offered prisoners of war under the Geneva Convention. Sandra Bartlett reports on what's become of the prison camp.

September 5

The World at Six
6:00 p.m. (6:30 NT) Radio One and Two

Ordinary Canadians responded to the tragedy of September 11th the way neighbours do when their friends are in trouble. But Ottawa and Washington soon got down to business, co-operating on a large number of issues. Chris Hall reports on the concerns raised about whether the bilateral relationship had become too close.

September 6

World Report
6:00, 7:00, 8:00 a.m. (6:30, 7:30, 8:30 NT) Radio One and Two

Since the fall of 2001, Ottawa has been collecting $24 dollars for each roundtrip air ticket. The fee was intended to bolster air security.� Brad Clark reports on what, if anything, has been purchased with the money.

The World at Six
6:00 p.m. (6:30 NT) Radio One and Two
Airport protection measures: on September 11th last year, four jumbo jets were hijacked within the space of an hour.� Is security in the sky any better one year later? Brad Clark reports.

September 7

World Report
7:00, 8:00, 9:00 a.m. (7:30, 8:30, 9:30 NT) Radio One and Two
The climate, the price and the expertise make Florida an excellent place to learn how to fly, an advantage used by the hijackers of September 11th. But as Kelly Ryan explains, in the aftermath of September 11th, Florida no longer supplies the world with new pilots.

The World This Weekend
6:00 p.m. (7 AT, 7:30 NT) Radio One and Two
Officials still don't have a final total of those killed in the September 11th attacks. The latest figure is 2819.� Arriving at that number represents a huge and heroic job by coroners and other forensics experts. Kelly Ryan explains their obsession.

September 8

The World This Weekend
6:00 p.m. (7 AT, 7:30 NT) Radio One and Two
Shutting down the flow of money to al Qaeda has been a major focus for American and other Western governments since the September 11th attacks. Frank Koller examines whether this effort has been successful.

September 9

World Report
6:00, 7:00, 8:00 a.m. (6:30, 7:30, 8:30 NT) Radio One and Two
It's been called September 11th's forgotten plane, crashing into the ground near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. As Kelly Ryan has discovered, the people of Somerset county have no intention of letting the world forget about Flight 93.

The World at Six
6:00 p.m. (6:30 NT) Radio One and Two
On Thanksgiving last year, the United States began it's retaliatory bombing against the Taliban and al Qaeda forces in Afghanistan. Now, almost a year later, Patrick Brown reports on Afghanistan today.

Other Programs

Wednesday September 4
As It Happens � Dispatches special edition � 7:00 pm (7:30 NT) Radio One
The Next Great Game: the volatile regimes of Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.

Friday September 6
Take Five � 12:30 pm (1:00 NT) Radio Two

Franz Schmidt: The Book with Seven Seals. From the Toronto International Choral Festival, an Apocalyptic oratorio based on the Book of Revelations. Global Village

Saturday September 7
7:00 pm (6 AT, 6:30 NT) Radio One
Afghanistan: Threads of Hope. Afghan culture has been preserved and carried onward by musicians and artists in spite of the country�s turbulent history.

Sunday September 8
Choral Concert � 8:00 am (8:30 NT) Radio Two
A special performance of Mozart�s Requiem by Les Violons du Roy. Also, An American Requiem performed by the Pacific Symphony Orchestra and Chorale.

Sunday September 8
The Sunday Edition � 9:00 am (9:30 NT) Radio One

Anne Nelson�s The Guys, arguably the definitive play written about September 11th.
Listen to an excerpt from Scene 2. Real Audio Runs 2:44

Sunday September 8
Tapestry � 2:00 pm (2:30 NT, 3 PT, 4 MT) Radio One

A Journey of Faith and Friendship:Jessica Ticktin explores her friend Mariam�s decision to convert from Judaism to Islam.

Sunday September 8
OnStage � 2:05 pm (2:35 NT, 3:05 PT, 4:05 MT) Radio Two, 8:05 pm (8:35 NT, 9:05 PT, 10:05 MT) Radio One

'Songlines: A Musical Reflection on 9/11': Vocalists Jackie Richardson and Dean Bowman join the Nathaniel Dett Chorale and a band led by Joe Sealy in a concert of Gospel, Spirituals and Jazz Standards. The Canadian percussion ensemble Nexus and the American Kronos String Quartet together in concert for the first time, including John Oswald's Spectre, a piece performed in memory of 9/11.

Sunday September 8
Writers & Company � 3:00 pm (3.30 NT, 5 CT, MT and PT) Radio One

"Writing September 11th - One Year On"
Eleanor Wachtel speaks with novellist Russell Banks, historian Simon Schama and poet Dionne Brand about how the events of September 11th have changed their world views, and why we turn to literature in times of crisis.

Sunday September 8
Cross Country Checkup
� 4:00 pm (1 PT, 2 MT, 3 CT, 5 AT, 5:30 NT) Radio One
What has changed for you and the world since the terrorist attack on the United States on September 11th?

Sunday September 8
Sunday Showcase
� 10:00 pm (11 AT, 11:30 NT) Radio One
War as Crime: a war criminal tells his story in a series of dramatic flashbacks.

Monday September 9
This Morning � 9:00 am (9:30 NT) Radio One

A Town As Hero: the uncanny parallels between the SwissAir crash and the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Between The Covers

Monday � Friday September 9, 10, 12, 13
Between The Covers. 2:30 pm (3 NT) and 10:40 pm (11:10 NT) Radio One

Newcomers in New York: immigrants embrace New York in stories and poems

Tuesday September 1
This Morning
0 � 9:00 am (9:30 NT) Radio One
A son whose father was blacklisted looks at what it meant to be un-American in 1950.

Tuesday September 10
The Arts Today � 10:00 pm (10:30 NT) Radio One
"Rebuilding Hope: Architecture and the Human Spirit" Eleanor Wachtel talks to two leading New York architects about the controversies around rebuilding on the World Trade Centre site, and the creation of a memorial to those who died. With Peter Eisenman (PR:EYE-zen-man), the New-York based architect who designed the Holocaust memorial in Berlin, and Bernard Tschumi (PR: CHEW-me), Dean of Columbia School of Architecture.

CBC News stories and related links:

As It Happens

Sunday Showcase

Between The Covers

Take Five

Canada At Five


Choral Concert

The Arts Today

Cross Country Checkup

The Sunday Edition


The World This Weekend

Global Village

This Morning


World At Six

In Performance

Writers & Company

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