Keith Gottschalk is looking for some help getting some sleep. 

The BC Civil Liberties Association’s Executive Director Murray Mullard, speaks about why more oversight is needed for both the public’s and the police’s sake.

Music from A Northern Chorus: The Shepherd and the Chauffeur 

The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti’s Brian Concannon speaks about the current political situation in Haiti.

Reel Women take on the Troubles by examining Ken Loach’s film “The Wind That Shakes the Barley.”

Another tune from A Northern Chorus: Fragile Day.

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