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.

Tracking the spin on Wikipedia

January 10, 2008
| Virigil Griffith created the Wikiscanner to find out who's making anonymous edits to their own pages on the world's biggest online encyclopedia.
Length: 06:40 minutes (6.12 MB)

Canada's Deadly Secret

January 9, 2008
| In his new book, Jim Harding says uranium from Saskatchewan mines is primarily used to fuel the global nuclear weapons system.
Length: 41:01

Inside the Bottle

January 8, 2008
| The Polaris Institute says it's time to end our love affair with bottled water. Tap water costs less, tastes just as good and doesn't create any garbage.
Length: 16:15

Pakistan in the aftermath of Benazir Bhutto's assassination

January 7, 2008
| We speak with Sameer Dossani, a Pakistan-American and director of 50 Years Is Enough: U.S. Network for Global Economic Justice
Length: 18:01

Canadian mining companies active in Congo

January 3, 2008
| Canada is the second largest investor in sub-Saharan Africa. Mining companies have continued to extract resources from the Congo, through more than 10 years of warfare.
Length: 12:50

Canada's asbestos exports

January 2, 2008
| Canada is one of the few industrialised nations that hasn't banned asbestos. It not only allows it to be mined, but also promotes its export to the global South.
Length: 15:46

2007 Falsies Awards for media spin

December 31, 2007
| The Center for Media and Democracy hands out awards each year to the fakest media stories of the year.
Length: 14:19

Building a media reform movement in Canada

December 28, 2007
| Robert McChesney is president of Free Speech, the largest media reform organization in the States. He spoke in Vancouver on Media Democracy Day.
Length: 28:01

Mass deportation of Mexican Americans

December 26, 2007
| In 1931, more than a million Mexican Americans were deported back to Mexico in what would be seen now as an attempt to ethnically cleanse many cities in the U.S.
Length: 16:02

Homeless to housed in one day

December 24, 2007
| Judy Graves pioneered a unique approach to housing homeless people which has now been adopted by B.C. Housing in 17 municipalitites across the province.
Length: 16:40