Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

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  • Call Letters: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/
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  • 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: 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?"

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6 Pieces

Taking a look at the How and Why of music, the team that brought you the Peabody-Award winning series The Wire: the Impact of Electricity on Music brings you a new six-part series, The Nerve: Music & the Human Experience.

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14 Pieces

The Secret Life of Canada is a history podcast about the country you know and the stories you don't.


Latest Pieces

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Ify Chiwetelu and Jane Testar spend an hour exploring what it takes to love, or even just like, your body. How do you love the body you’re in in th...

  • Added: Nov 10, 2020
  • Length: 54:00
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It was two years ago that Typhoon Haiyan killed thousands of people in the Philippines, but it still haunts the CBC's Curt Petrovich today.

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  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 16:47
  • Purchases: 1
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What's it like to report from one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history? Raw emotion and stories that never made it to air. Stephen Puddi...

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  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 14:34
  • Purchases: 1
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Nahlah Ayed was on the front lines of the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War.

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  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 15:14
  • Purchases: 1
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The BP oil spill is the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history. The CBC's Paul Hunter was there when black tar balls started dotting white sa...

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  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 15:14
  • Purchases: 1
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The earthquake in Haiti killed thousands of people, turned buildings to rubble and made David Gutnick question the role of a journalist.

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  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 17:16
  • Purchases: 1
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As coalition troops marched into Iraq, and Saddam Hussein fell from power, the CBC's David Common was there.

  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 15:17
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In 1986, Carol Off sold most of her belongings to buy a plane ticket to Pakistan with the hope of interviewing future Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto...

  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 17:14
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Connie Walker has reported extensively on Canada's residential schools, but she's also seen the effects on her family first hand.

Bought by KBCS 91.3 FM Community Radio


  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 13:54
  • Purchases: 1
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Steven D'Souza was there as thousands cheered, white smoke bellowed and a new pope was chosen.

  • Added: Jan 23, 2020
  • Length: 10:25