Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

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  • Call Letters: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/
  • Frequency: See our website
  • Networks: Love Me

CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada's national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. With 28 services offered on radio, television, the internet, satellite radio, digital audio, as well as through its record and music distribution service and wireless WAP and SMS messaging services, CBC/Radio-Canada is available how, where, and when Canadians want.

Series

Caption: Malcolm X  (1964), Credit: Associated Press
3 Pieces

In 1963, when the fight for civil rights was in full force in the United States, Austin Clarke, now an award winning author, traveled to Harlem to find out more about living conditions. He interviewed a wide variety of people: community workers, historians, journalists, and activists such as Malcolm X. What went to air was a two part documentary called 'Harlem in Revolt.' We include a bonus Part Three, which is Clarke's entire unedited interview with Malcom X.

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24 Pieces

If science is neither cookery, nor angelic virtuosity, then what is it?

Caption: Frank Zappa
3 Pieces

A three part series about iconoclast Frank Zappa.

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17 Pieces

Love Me is a podcast about the messiness of human connection and the relationships of the people around you.

Caption: Martin Luther King Jr.
5 Pieces

In November 1967 Martin Luther King Jr. delivered the Massey lectures on CBC Radio. The Masseys are a prestigious annual broadcast in which a noted Canadian or international scholar gives a weeklong series of lectures on a political, cultural or philisophical topic. King's title was "Conscience for Change." In the lectures, he talked about race relations, the war in Vietnam, youth and social action and non-violence as a tactic for social change.

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16 Pieces

​PERSONAL BEST is a humorous podcast that celebrates small ambitions, half-wins and the quiet satisfaction of getting less bad at things.

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42 Pieces

Canada's weekly national science program

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5 Pieces

ReCivilization is a five-part series that examines some of the the biggest challenges facing our world. It charts a path to the future enabled by the revolutions underway in communications, innovation and learning in this new, post-industrial, digital age.

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5 Pieces

Acclaimed journalist Sally Armstrong argues gender inequality comes at too high a cost for all of us.

Caption: Feb. 12, 2009 plane crash near Clarence, N.Y., as photographed by citizen journalist "Traceur Zero" for CNN's iReport, Credit: Courtesy CNN
2 Pieces

For more than a hundred years, the tools of journalistic production – the ability to report, photograph and record events and distribute that material to a mass audience – have resided in the hands of a small group of people who, by convention and by law, have been called journalists. There is much to celebrate about this democratization of the media, but there are also reasons to be concerned about the loss of an independent, professional journalistic filter at a time when everyone can be their own media. Can online communities of "citizen journalists" be counted on to help us make informed choices as citizens and consumers? What's lost, and what's gained when "News 1.0" gives way to "News 2.0?"


Latest Pieces

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In the first installment of ReCivilization, host Don Tapscott looks at the media and how the industrial-age model of mass production is giving way ...

  • Added: Apr 17, 2012
  • Length: 53:02
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This holiday stocking is overflowing with a bounty of winter sounds and seasonal stories.

Bought by KREV-LP and KHNS


  • Added: Dec 08, 2011
  • Length: 49:20
  • Purchases: 2
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Storytellers explore the crazy holiday traditions our families desperately cling to at this time of year.

Bought by Nevada Public Radio


  • Added: Dec 08, 2011
  • Length: 01:46:34
  • Purchases: 1
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A behind-the-scenes look at how a community choral society in a small town prepares for its own grand holiday performance of Handel's Messiah.

  • Added: Dec 07, 2011
  • Length: 51:53
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A "non-saccharin", "non pie-in-the-sky" exploration of the power of Hope.

Bought by Nevada Public Radio and WLRN


  • Added: Nov 21, 2011
  • Length: 53:56
  • Purchases: 2
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Stories of 'Thanksgiving' and 'Giving Thanks'.

Bought by KTXK, WRGY, and KBCS 91.3 FM Community Radio


  • Added: Nov 18, 2011
  • Length: 51:58
  • Purchases: 3
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There is a sound that Carma Jolly will never forget. It's a sound that she makes, but the thing is she's never heard it herself. That's because whe...

Bought by KUOW and HowSound


  • Added: Sep 28, 2011
  • Length: 09:00
  • Purchases: 2
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This documentary examines the volatile issues that are tearing at social fabric of the state of Wisconsin. Its Republican governor is determined...

Bought by KVSC


  • Added: Apr 20, 2011
  • Length: 31:58
  • Purchases: 1
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A shortened version of the 2010 New York Festivals award winning program 'Debts of Gratitude'. It explores the way we say "Thank You" in this cultu...

Bought by RadioFreePalmer, KGOU, 90.5 WSNC, and KSFR


  • Added: Nov 03, 2010
  • Length: 46:41
  • Purchases: 4
Caption: Czech composer Karel Anerl conducting the Terenzin Strings Orchestra. Photo from propaganda film made by the Nazis, Credit: Courtesy of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum
The story of two brilliant and celebrated composers whose music was lost during the Holocaust. 'Message In A Bottle is a Gold World Medal winner at...

Bought by WFIU, KFAI Minneapolis, WXAV 88.3FM Chicago, WRPI, and KXOT Public Radio


  • Added: Oct 04, 2010
  • Length: 53:23
  • Purchases: 5