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.

Residents oppose giant Canadian Tire in South Vancouver

November 13, 2007
| Two years ago, Vancouver City Council voted against a huge Walmart. Now Canadian Tire has come forward with a similar proposal - and Walmart is close behind.
Length: 09:25

Liquid Gold

November 12, 2007
| John Calvert's new book documents the dismantling of B.C. Hydro and the end of publicly-owned power in British Columbia.
Length: 16:55

"Let Peace Be Their Memorial"

November 11, 2007
| Two members of Veterans Against Nuclear Arms talk about why they'll be carrying this banner in the Remembrance Day parades today.
Length: 13:18

Victory in fight against highway widening in Vancouver

November 10, 2007
| Opponents to the scheme to widen Highway 1 and twin the Port Mann bridge are celebrating the defeat of a plan brought forward by the city's engineering department.
Length: 08:49

My Kid Could Paint That

November 9, 2007
| Laura Lamb reviews Amir Bar-Lev's documentary about a 4-year-old who paints like Jackson Pollock.
Length: 12:34

Scottish Parliament opposes nuclear subs

November 8, 2007
| When the British government announced it was to extend the life of the Trident submarines at Faslane, Scots united to fight the decision.
Length: 11:35

Vancouver feels the pressure of large-scale gentrification

November 7, 2007
| The City of Vancouver has embarked on a mass rezoning of single family neighbourhoods to pave the way for a new wave of condos and high-end apartment buildings.
Length: 13:12

CAW signs no-strike deal with Magna auto parts

November 5, 2007
| The Framework of Fairness Agreement between the Canadian Auto Workers and Magna International means workers can't strike and they can't have shop stewards.
Length: 17:56

How eating meat harms the environment

November 3, 2007
| John Powles is co-author of a recent study that pinpoints the production of meat as a significant contributor to global warming.
Length: 11:34

Commercialization of science research

November 2, 2007
| Daivd Noble says the appointment of a new president at York University will usher in a new era of corporate involvement in higher education.
Length: 16:31