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The Sunday Edition from CBC Radio (Highlights): Episodes

Michael's essay on the U.S. Republican party: Are Canadian scientists being muzzled?; your responses to "PTSD"; Sunday School on musical terms; Documentary: Where am I sitting, Mom?; your resposnes to "Marxism"; former Iceland Pres. Vidis Finbogadottir
Some good news for a change; Documentary about a Canadian chaplain's struggles with PTSD; your responses to "Knots"; Marxism on the rise; responses to "Finland's education system"; is it possible to promote religious freedom abroad?
Michael's essay on Pope Hilarius; how Finland built the world's best education system; your responses to "Chief Clarence Louie"; documentary on financial issues of First Nations; your responses to "My Antonia"; Charles Darwin's house
Michael's essay on gun control; Carl Honoré on living more slowly; Listener mail on jokes for linguists; Priya Sankaran's documentary, "The White Man's Disease"; Information Commissioner Suzanne Legault; Margaret Atwood at the Al Purdy gala; listener mail
Michael's essay on credit rating agencies; the morality of pro football; dissident priest Fr. Tony Flannery; your responses to "bail and violence"; documentary about play based on Coetzee novel; coming back to life; Sunday School on pronunciation
Michael's essay; Ben Heppner returns to sing Tristan: balancing the right to bail and protecting abused women; Canada's only watch-repair school; the U.S. economy; improving governance on First Nations reserves
discussion on gun control; teaching children philosophy; former Indian Affairs ministers on Idle No More; Listener mail; reading and discussion of "My Antonia"; male hubris and female happiness
Michael's essay urban wildlife; First Nations life in Canada; a Sunday School lesson on Quantitative Easing; documentary on a Canadian company in El Salvador; author defends work; Monk on self-imolations
A feature interview with long-time social activist Stephen Lewis; Jenny Kingsley's documentary, The Whale's Choice.
Michael's essay on the eternal conflict between corporate capitalism and union rights; Simon Winchester on the Atlantic Ocean; Our annual year-end quiz on current and cultural affairs
Michael's essay on the Ecstasy of Xmas concerts; A look at Grimm's Fairy tales; Frank Faulk's documentary about The Testament of Mary; Listener Mail on Shootings, Xmas consumerism
Unchanging gun culture in the US; The dark side of charitable gift giving; prospects for peace in the Middle East; Newfoundlanders love for Balogna; A memorial to Vancouver's missing women: Rawi Hage, An essay on Friendship; Chinese massacre
What the world thinks of Toronto's (in)famous mayor; Young adults who grew up in some of Toronto's toughest neighbourhoods; English conductor Andrew Davis talks discusses his long career; Mail on "rape of Nanking"
Andrew Solomon on his new book, Far From the Tree, which explores identity and disability; Brenda's Angel, a documentary about the daughter of a woman who died on Robert Pickton's pig farm. British aristocrat Vita Sackville-West's little-know judicial car
Parliamentary Budget Officer on his ongoing fights with the government over his work.
Human rights implications of guaranteeing equal access to a good haircut; Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page; Documentary on fighting bullies; A humorous touch to US affairs; Graphic Novels; Author of "The Monkey Ranch";
Redefining Dementia in Denmark; Michael Ignatieff; British High Commissioner Andrew Pocock on the Royal Navy; Shopping in Saranac Lake; Rachel Poliquin on The Breathless Zoo; David Gutnick on Unemployed Professors.com
Pat Barker on Toby's Room; Canadian veterans of the Spanish Civil War; Jim Wallis on the U.S. election; Deborah Lipstadt on Adolf Eichmann's trial; Bernd Horne, Desmond Morton and Lora Senechal Carney on courage
U.S. Election special; Avis Jones-DeWeever and Norman Ornstein on partisans and the US Presidency; Gary Segura and Valerie Martinez-Ebers on the importance of the Latino vote; Kathleen Dolan on the voting gender gap; Kathleen Hall Jamieson on polling and
Michael Enright presents his latest essay: Iran: The Pennsylvania Story: The Tracks documentary: Fit to Fat trainer: and Sunday School on Odysseus:
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