On the issues of the day - political, social and cultural - Redeye digs deeper. Open your ears to alternative voices. Hear incisive and challenging interviews with activists and progressive thinkers. Produced by an independent media collective, broadcasting over 25 years on Vancouver Cooperative Radio.

Counting the homeless in Greater Vancouver

May 22, 2008
| The 1547 people recorded in the homeless count in March are just the tip of the iceberg, according to SFU researcher Michelle Patterson.
Length: 15:45

Toronto 18 and Presumption of Innocence Project

May 20, 2008
| A group of concerned citizens in Toronto want to ensure that people accused of terrorism are given a fair trial.
Length: 14:12

After the burst of the housing bubble

May 17, 2008
| John Bellamy Foster argues that the housing bubble was one of the main factors keeping the U.S. economy out of recession.
Length: 33:13

Cuts to B.C.'s community colleges

May 15, 2008
| The provincial government is destroying one of the best college systems in the country, according to Frank Cosco on the Vancouver Community College Faculty Association.
Length: 12:54

Bevel Up: Drugs, Users and Outreach Nursing

May 13, 2008
| Nettie Wild's new documentary follows street nurses around the Downtown Eastside of Vancouver.
Length: 17:43

Hope in Shadows

May 10, 2008
| A hugely successful annual calendar features the photographs of residents of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. Now we can also hear their voices in a new book.
Length: 12:56

60 years of Nakba

May 8, 2008
| May marks 60 years since Palestinians were driven from their homes and the state of Israel was formed.
Length: 12:07

Stage-managed military analysts

May 7, 2008
| Loretta Alper, director of "War Made Easy", talks about the Pentagon-briefed military analysts used by the major networks during the Iraq war.
Length: 14:47

Jane's Walks

May 2, 2008
| In early May, Vancouver is celebrating the legacy of urban activist and writer Jane Jacobs with a series of free walking tours of different neighbourhoods.
Length: 13:38

No Peace, No Work on May Day

May 1, 2008
| Longshore workers in every U.S. West Coast port are stopping work for 8 hours to call for an end to the war and occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan.
Length: 17:10