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The Sunday Edition from CBC Radio (Highlights): Episodes

Karin Wells talks Quebec playwright Michel Marc Bouchard backstage at the Shaw Festival.
Michel Marc Bouchard; Haiti in the wake of the 'quake; Lifelines - Sharon Johnston; Doc - That's Me Playin' Man; Doc - Beethoven's Bust
In 2003 piano teacher Daniel Mergler was dying for colon cancer. He found comfort in his relationship with a nine-year-old pupil, a Chinese immigrant girl by the name of Xin Ben.
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Jonathan Katz, author of The Big Truck That Went By: How the World Came to Save Haiti and Left Behind a Disaster, discusses the aftermath of Haiti's earthquake and the country's future.
Race in America (0:40); Michael Crummey (20:55); Documentary - "Good Enough" (47:25); Profile of a Pope (1:07:02); The fight within the Muslim world (1:36:35)
Cyber Misogyny; Roller Derby; Opening Chile's Black Box; Justice Murray Sinclair; Sarah Jeffrey on the Oboe; Ralph Nader
The lawyer and executive director with the West Coast Women's Legal Education and Action Fund speaks to guest host Francine Pelletier about how the online world is increasingly becoming an unwelcome and potentially dangerous place for women.
Minding Mandela, Zelda la Grange; The Miracle Mile; Jim Munro retires; Eleanor Catton, 2013 Man-Booker winner; Documentary - Doris Anderson; Howard Norman memoir
Women on Corporate Boards; Elizabeth Renzetti; Benjamin Britten, documentary; Joy Manson, Essay; Scott Stossel; Margarethe von Trotta; Nadine Gordimer
His latest novel tells the tale of childhood friends, three boys who are inseparable, who are loyal and who trust no one but themselves. In Crimes Against My Brother, we find out what happens when that bond is tested.
Where are all the Syrian refugees the Canadian government agreed to accept? Sean Rehaag, Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School puts that commitment in context. How does it fit the big picture of Canada's immigration record?
It's a story often told in books and on film ... a soldier returning home from war and struggling to cope; but it's seldom told from the perspective of a female soldier. In her new novel Be Safe, I Love You, Cara Hoffman does just that.
A conversation with journalist and filmmaker Nayani Thiyagarajah about a form of interracial discrimination known as shadeism. She is producing a documentary about the growth of the industry that feeds the notion that lighter skin is more desirable.
John Chipman's documentary about nonagenarian track and field star Olga Kotelko, who died this week at 95.
Paul Rogers on the rise of ISIS; Filmmaker Nayani Thiyagarajah discusses Shadeism; Listener Mail on Chronic Pain; Ira Basen's documentary - A Brand New World; Ann Dowsett Johnston on Women and Alcoholism; John Chipman's documentary about Olga Kotelko
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