The Sunday Edition from CBC Radio (Highlights): Episodes

Ayaan Hirsi Ali launches a call for for drastic reform in Islam.
Remembering Alan Borovoy, the happy warrior for free speech and civil liberties who died this week.
For 12 years, Jillann Mignon sold her body on the streets; then one day,she decided -- enough.
Matthew Crawford decries the distraction we inflict on ourselves with our screens, apps, texts, games and email.
Ms. May's inappropriate speech at the Parliamentary Press Gallery dinner precipitated a mountain of coverage, nearly all of it unsympathetic.
The mugging of Elizabeth May; Ayaan Hirsi Ali's call for Islamic reform; Remembering Alan Borovoy; Sex worker starts over; Matthew Crawford on digital distraction
Rob Gloor's search for his birth mother led him to Smithers, BC, where the story of Sister Mary Andrew and "The Harmonettes" came to life.
├ůsne Seierstad's penetrating account is called "One of Us: The Story of Anders Breivik and the Massacre in Norway."
The Harmonettes perform the theme song from the film Dr. Zhivago.
Rusbridger's campaign; Listener mail; The Gift; The massacre in Norway; Hockey card regret
The out-going editor-in-chief of The Guardian newspaper mounts an old-fashioned newspaper campaign on climate change.
Responses to last week's discussion about the complicated and seemingly intractable crisis of refugee migration and the fate of thousands.
Now that he's a father, Jeff Posterski wonders why he parted so casually with invaluable treasures from his own childhood.
The scope is staggering. There are more than 50 million refugees and internally displaced people in the world. And it seems we have no idea what to do about it, except to say, don't expect us to take you in. Three panelists discuss.
Michael shares his thoughts about men who behave like perpetual high school students.
The response to our documentary by Karin Wells about the Danish city of Orrhuss, which is home to an unusually high number of ISIS recruits. Those who return are enrolled in rehabilitation programs and given a second chance.
Reaction to Michael's interview with the past president of the American Psychiatric Association, especially his unbridled response to a clip we shared with author, journalist and critic of psychiatric drugs, Robert Whitaker.
More than a million Canadians served in the Second World War and 45,000 gave their lives. We look back at the historic day that marked a new beginning.
An Alisa Siegel documentary about Christiane Pflug: German immigrant to Canada, young mother and accomplished painter, who committed suicide in 1972. More than four decades after her death, there is a resurgence of interest in her art.
Men will be boys-Michael's Essay; The global refugee problem; Mail-Jihadi Town; Life, Still-documentary about Christiane Pflug; Mail-Jeffrey Lieberman; Anniversary of VE Day-documentary.
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