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.

Guerrero: El Ruta Del Sol

June 17, 2007
| Mexico's southern coastal state of Guerrero is a mecca for tourists - and a very dangerous place for human rights activists.
Length: 12:51

Racial profiling post 9-11

June 15, 2007
| A new study aims to quantify the extent of racial profiling experienced by Muslims and people of Middle Eastern descent in Canada.
Length: 12:58

More pesticide residues to be allowed on food

June 12, 2007
| The Canadian government is preparing to raise the acceptable levels of pesticides on our food to harmonize with weaker U.S. standards.
Length: 15:25

Keeping down the cost of riding the bus

June 11, 2007
| Bus fares need to reflect the fact that transit is a public good, not a market commodity.
Length: 13:39

Major anti-corporate conference held in India

June 9, 2007
| In the first weekend of June, activists from across India met in Mumbai to resist the removal of peasants from their lands.
Length: 13:34

Getting out of your car and on to a bike

June 8, 2007
| This month is Bike Month and the Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition has been encouraging people to try a two wheel commute.
Length: 13:52


June 7, 2007
| Ted Remerowski talks about his 2005 exposé of the Canadian beef industry.
Length: 17:18

AIDS education in the Kenya's export processing zones

June 5, 2007
| Blacklisted union organizers are putting their energies into informing textile workers about their human and labour rights and the dangers of HIV/AIDS.
Length: 13:15

Anti-Poverty Committee discusses tactics

June 4, 2007
| The Anti-Poverty Committee symbolical eviction of VANOC board member Ken Dobell from his office got them a lot of bad press. We ask them how and why they have chosen the tactics they using.
Length: 14:41

Vancouver Public Library book bindery to close

June 3, 2007
| For the past 83 years, librarians in Vancouver have been able to use the services of an in-hous book bindery. On May 30, the Board voted to close down operations.
Length: 12:57