The Sunday Edition from CBC Radio (Highlights): Episodes

Why the police seem to be in love with handcuffs.
City treasurers champion programs to help residents facing poverty.
Four members of Soulpepper Theatre's production team join Michael to talk about their new musical adaptation of Edgar Lee Masters' poetry.
It has been two years since Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected as Pope. Michael Higgins of Sacred Heart University presents his score-card on the accomplishments of Pope Francis.
Iranian-Canadian journalist and filmmaker Maziar Bahari talks with Michael about the persecution of the Baha'i faith in Iran.
Michael talks with historian Barbara Taylor about her memoir "The Last Asylum".
Michael reflects on the sad fact that we have lost the idea a "caper" - of doing something just for the fun of it.
Historian Carolyn Harris tells Michael how the Magna Carta came into existence, and why it still matters.
Producer Karin Wells' documentary on a one-woman play based on the life of Maria Anna Mozart.
A landmark study shatters stereotypes about Muslim women in the workplace.
How fear of terrorism is being used as a political commodity; Deconstructing the debt crisis; Mail: Niqab; Documentary: Your burden - her art; Mail: Bystander effect; Harper's think tank army
Michael looks at the media frenzy over the discovery of a hole in the ground near York University in north Toronto and what it says about the politics of fear.
Alisa Siegel's profile of Montrealer Raphaƫlle de Groot, who creates art from other peoples' burdens: objects they no longer want that are full of meaning.
Donald Gutstein on his new book "Harperism", about the influences that have shaped the political philosophy of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Economist, writer and broadcaster and author of "The Undercover Economist Strikes Back", Tim Harford talks about debt and deficits. Are they dirty words?
Why Zunera Ishaq should be allowed to wear her niqab when becoming a Canadian - Michael's essay; Understanding the bystander effect; Train Love - essay; In the valley of the kings - an Ira Basen documentary
A documentary by Ira Basen, who looks at how the "sharing economy" has its roots in the counterculture of the '60s, but betrays its basic principles.
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