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Reel Women September 5
You want sex? Check out the newly released Double Indemnity. You want some serious bone crunching, face punching? Listen to Judy drool all over David Cronenberg's History of Violence? Judy and violenc
Africafiles: The Pulse September 2
The last part of our coverage of the Aids Conference featuring Sonny Mokotlane from the South African Broadcasting Corporation and Justin Mucheri, who is based in the breakaway Somaliland.
Redeye September 2
Israel's violent attacks on Lebanon are seen by the majority of Israelis as self-defence, rather than as aggression. Michel Warshawsky argues that this highlights the weakness of the Israeli peace mov
Archived September 1
<p align="left">Ethan Casey, Nasir Aziz and Asad Faizi discuss articles from two recent issues of <em>Harper&#39;s</em> magazine: Christopher de Bellaigue on &quot;Waiting for the War&quot; in Iran, a
Redeye August 30
Canada's position on Lebanon has closely mirrored that of the United States. Daniel Freeman-Maloy looks at the specifics behind the Harper government's support for Israel.
The Shades Within August 29
In this episode, Anna gets into the community centre and into the community, whether she realizes it or not.
CitizenShift August 28
This week's podcast deals with the issue of stuttering. The show includes clips from the new NFB film, Unspeakable, and an interview with the film's director, John Paskievich, who wants to change the
Redeye August 28
Sheik Hassan Nasrallah now says that attacking Israel was a mistake. Gilbert Achcar is a Lebanese author and intellectual. He discusses why Hezbollah launched the attack and what the effects have been
rabble radio August 27
In this episode, Homebrew takes us to a Kentucky prison where messages from distant relatives reach inmates via the airwaves, Keith reflects on his Canadian tour, DVDiva speaks up in praise of the epi
Africafiles: The Pulse August 25
Does the ABC approach work? Beatrice Were of the National Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda were says if abstinence was working, then the number of hiv cases in Africa. <br /> <br /> G
Archived August 25
&lt;p align=&quot;left&quot;&gt;Nasir Aziz does phone interviews on a recent &lt;em&gt;New York Times&lt;/em&gt; op-ed by Richard Armitage and on the Pakistan-England cricket incident. He and Ethan Ca
CitizenShift August 22
Rishi Hargovan, a Montreal journalist, travels to the Hillside Community Festival north of Guelph, Ontario, where he interviews musicians and festival-goers in an attempt to find out if there's space
Redeye August 22
Dennis Lyxzen is the with International Noise Conspiracy. Chris Spannos caught up with him during the sound check for the band's Vancouver show.
Africafiles: The Pulse August 18
How is the church helping as Africa struggles with the aids pandemic?How are African youth being affected by Aids? Rev M Mulumo of United Church of Zambia and Abigail Kapasa discuss these issues. Both
Archived August 17
<p align="left">Nasir Aziz, Ethan Casey and Asad Faizi have a spirited discussion of the Lebanon ceasefire and its implications, the UK airline security alert, and the future of Israel and the United
Redeye August 15
Laura Sky's movie &quot;Crisis Call&quot; begins with the story of a young man shot and killed by police after an altercation on a city bus in Toronto.
Africafiles: The Pulse August 14
Aids continues to ravage much of Africa. African delegates to tthe XVI International Aids Conference are calling for more action from the world community. This is the first of four updates on the ongo
Archived August 14
The Shades Within August 10
The subtext of this episode is all about sounds and spaces, and how the two interact. The surface story, however, is about as subtle as Barbara. Anna begins to suspect that some stereotypes might just
The Green Planet Monitor August 10
Human beings discuss what Earth has in store for them ... and the picture isn't good.
Archived August 8
Nasir Aziz and Ethan Casey analyze maverick British MP George Galloway's recent Sky TV interview on Lebanon, respond to an email from a Pakistani reader of Casey's column who advocates Pakistani recog
CitizenShift August 8
Josue Maya is currently a violence prevention worker at FYI. As an active community youth leader, Josue uses spoken word poetry to engage and inspire his peers.
Redeye August 8
Cindy L'Hirondelle says we need a radical idea to tackle the problem of women and poverty. She thinks that a guaranteed liveable income for all is the answer.
Archived August 7
The Green Planet Monitor August 3
Human beings are coming up with all sorts of ingenious ways to walk gently on planet Earth.
Rabbledocs August 3
<p>The Way Ahead: future challenges</p> <p> From February to May 2006, students at Ohahase Education Centre on the <a href= "">Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory</a> west of Kingsto
Archived August 1
Nasir Aziz and Ethan Casey discuss the merits of military versus civilian rule in Pakistan (in response to an email from a reader of Casey's column in the Pakistani daily <i>The News</i>), the continu
Africafiles: The Pulse July 30
Poverty, Aids, disease and other socio-economic conditions affect children&rsquo;s capacity to learn. Early Child Development programs&nbsp;are important in addressing the preparedness of children
FierceLight July 29
In the wake of the escalating violence in the middle east, episode #6 of FierceLight introduces us to the Bereaved Families Circle, a remarkable group of Palestinian and Israeli parents who have lost
The Shades Within July 27
In this episode, Anna wrestles with the Xhosa language and learns how a language law ignited one woman’s struggle against apartheid.<br /> <br />