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The Sunday Edition from CBC Radio (Highlights): Episodes

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.
Dan Turner's long-distance journey on the rails reveals his love for his wife as well as for the Canadian landscape.
Jocelyne Saucier tells a story about her Canada Reads-nominated novel "And the Birds Rained Down".
Reflections on a bad week for the craft of journalism
British writer Olivia Williams traces the social history of Britain through the changes in the status of gin.
Jocelyne Saucier tells a story about her Canada Reads-nominated novel "And the Birds Rained Down"
Michael's interview with David Carr from 2012.
Thomas Mulcair, leader of the Official Opposition, talks to Michael about the NDP's renewed funding for the CBC, the government's new anti-terror bill, and the federal budget.
Two years ago, Chris Metallic vanished. His mother and younger brother struggle from a place between hope and grief. A documentary by Vanessa Blanch.
Prime Minister Harper's new Anti-Terrorism Act would have shocked Canada's great civil libertarian, Frank R. Scott.
Ed Clark, formerly President of TD Bank, speaks with Michael about income inequality.
What is it like to cross the "great divide", to come to that point when you can no longer call yourself middle aged? Paula Dunning contends with being officially "old".
Ed Clark, formerly President of TD Bank, speaks with Micheal about income inequality.
Award-winning science journalist Bethany Brookshire wrote her doctoral thesis on dopamine. It's been blamed for everything from addiction to ADD and for just plain bad behaviour. We untangle the myths from the realities.
St├ęphane Dion, the Liberal Party's critic for Canadian Heritage and Official Languages, shares his party's vison for the CBC.
Michael's reflections on his favourite news story of 2014.
Michael moderates a panel about the Canadian film "Fall", which tackles the subject of sexual abuse inside the Catholic Church.
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