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.

Public-private partnerships in healthcare

April 22, 2008
| The British government pioneered P3s. They are now thoroughly discredited in the UK but the idea is being aggressively marketed in many countries around the world, including Canada.
Length: 31:20

Lentils aren't the only thing

April 21, 2008
| Rhizome Café has become known for its pay-as-you-feel lentils dish, Lentils are Everything. But there's a lot more to this local eatery than food on a sliding scale.
Length: 11:47

Orientalism and Ephemera

April 20, 2008
| Artist Jamelie Hassan describes an exhibit she curated at Vancouver Centre A gallery.
Length: 14:57

One Nation Under Google

April 19, 2008
| Darin Barney says technology is, at once, irretrievably political and consistently depoliticizing. We talk with him about this contradiction.
Length: 18:09

CanWest vs. Mordecai Briemberg

April 17, 2008
| Mordecai Briemberg is being sued by CanWest Media Conglomerate. CanWest wants damages for a spoof of the Vancouver Sun that they allege he was involved in producing.
Length: 12:38

The Pan Am Clinic: a hybrid model of healthcare

April 16, 2008
| Dr. Wayne Hildahl used to be the owner of a private sports medicine clinic. Now he's running the same clinic for the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.
Length: 13:41

Canadian mining companies in Central America

April 15, 2008
| Sipakapa is home to the first modern gold mine in Guatemala, a mine operated by the Vancouver-based company Goldcorp.
Length: 13:29

Changes to the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act

April 14, 2008
| The Conservative government wants to give sweeping new powers to immigration officials that could result in applications being rejected even if all the criteria are met.
Length: 13:11

Grassroots national newspaper

April 13, 2008
| The Dominion newspaper is on tour across Canada talking to activists about the need for an independent national news source.
Length: 14:14

Renowned historian leaves Israel

April 12, 2008
| Israeli historian Ilan Pappe has decided to leave his homeland and live in England. He explains why he made this decision.
Length: 11:45