Redeye

Redeye

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 35 years on Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
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China in the Mao and post-Mao periods

March 27, 2009
| This Saturday, March 28, a symposium organized by Emeritus Professor Hari Sharma examines the efforts to build socialism in China in the last century.
Length: 15:13
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The Return of Mr. Keynes

March 27, 2009
| John Maynard Keynes has long been credited with saving capitalism with his radical economic ideas, but that's not how it happened, according to Cy Gonick.
Length: 15:22
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Reflections on the fight for women's equality

March 27, 2009
| <p>Shelagh Day looks back on the accomplishments of the women's movement and examines the challenges now facing the struggle for equal rights.</p>
Length: 15:53
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Judge recommends civilian body to investigate police-involved deaths

March 24, 2009
| The Davies Commission Inquiry into the Death of Frank Paul says that police are in a conflict of interest when they investigate themselves.
Length: 12:51
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Prison suicide of Ashley Smith

March 20, 2009
| In 2007, a disturbed teenager strangled herself to death as prison officials watched. The report of the resulting investigation was released last week.
Length: 16:37
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Pressures on Pakistan

March 20, 2009
| Pakistan is dealing with a war to its north in Afghanistan, a hostile neighbour to the south and the interference of a foreign superpower, the USA. Now there are significant internal tensions as well.
Length: 20:32
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Israel Apartheid Week

March 20, 2009
| Five years ago, the first Israel Apartheid Week took place, organized by the Palestine solidarity movement at the University of Toronto. This year, the week was marked by activists across Canada.
Length: 17:59
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Ivan E. Coyote live at Rhizome Cafe

March 16, 2009
| One of Canada's best-known storytellers performs for a sold-out crowd in Vancouver.
Length: 42:30
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Egypt's role in Gaza truce talks

March 13, 2009
| Professor Amal Ghazal says Egypt is not the neutral mediator it pretends to be in truce talks between Israel and Hamas.
Length: 15:07
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Fighting the banks over home foreclosures

March 11, 2009
| People across the United States are pressuring governments and banks to make it easier to people to keep their homes. We speak with Mary Rabon from Kansas City, Missouri.
Length: 13:10