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.

Unborn Victims of Crime Act

April 8, 2008
| This private member's bill aims to make it a crime to injure or cause the death of a fetus. Pro-choice activists think this may lead to the re-criminlization of abortion.
Length: 11:16

Dangerous assumptions about climate change

April 7, 2008
| Tom Wigley is one of three scientists arguing last week that the IPCC is using outdated figures to judge the scope of the cuts needed to stabilize greenhouses gases.
Length: 09:11

Cycling training for teachers

April 4, 2008
| The Vancouver Area Cycling Coalition is running training programs to help teachers gain the skills and confidence to ride to school.
Length: 13:27

Pinecone Burke Provincial Park to be preserved

April 3, 2008
| B.C.'s Environment Minister announced a week ago that a run-of-the-river hydro project would not be allowed to go through part of a provincial park.
Length: 11:50

Percy Schmeiser settles out of court with Monsanto

April 2, 2008
| The world-famous Saskatchewan farmer who took on Monsanto has won the final round of his decade-long battle over GMO contamination of his fields.
Length: 14:00

The Oral History of Terrorism Against Cuba

March 24, 2008
| Keith Bolender says more than 3,000 Cuban people have died at the hands of terrorism, much of it fuelled by U.S. hostility.
Length: 13:41

Burma's culture of migration

March 21, 2008
| Forty years of brutal military repression have led thousands of Burmese women to leave the country and seek dangerous and demeaning work as undocumented workers in the bordering countries.
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Women's Court of Canada

March 19, 2008
| A group of lawyers, academics and activists have re-written six Supreme Court of Canada equality judgments in order to challenge conventional thinking about equality.
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Suzuki Foundation and Vanoc collaborate on plan for 2010 Games

March 16, 2008
| The David Suzuki Foundation believes that the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver can be carbon-neutral. Conrad Schmidt disagrees.
Length: 11:23

Quebec filmmaker resigns from Quebec film festival jury

March 15, 2008
| Malcolm Guy pulled out of a jury to select a film that represents tolerance when he discovered who was sponsoring the award.
Length: 11:56