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.

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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?"

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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.


Latest Pieces

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This sound rich piece shows us what it must be like to be a Christmas tree at this time of the year.

Bought by KMXT and WRVO Public Media


  • Added: Nov 28, 2005
  • Length: 14:11
  • Purchases: 2
Caption: CBC Radio's Outfront, Credit: <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/91545223@N00/2743081060/">Benson Kua</a>
Sarah Green was a professional flute player who came to learn that she had ALS.

Bought by WTIP and KXOT Public Radio


  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:29
  • Purchases: 2
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Edward Lee has questions about his family’s immigration to Canada, and the only person he can ask is his father.

Bought by WTIP, KCUR, WMPG, and WCAI / WNAN Cape & Islands, Mass.


  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:30
  • Purchases: 4
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Keith Bloodworth introduces us to three mentally challenged men that he and his family have shared their home with for the past 15 years.

  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:15
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Rick Cepella was out in the woods trying to capture the beauty of rural British Columbia when a small tick lodged in his scalp and giving him Lyme ...

  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 12:50
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Sarah Brodie, an art therapist, thought she could help Adele Lerner cope with living in a nursing home but in the end it is Adele who teaches Sarah...

Bought by KFAI Minneapolis


  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:10
  • Purchases: 1
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Divorced mom Lisa Wojna can understand why her boys tried drugs but now she wants them to stop.

Bought by KXOT Public Radio


  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:25
  • Purchases: 1
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Two journalism students in Toronto decide to attend the March of the Living and visit the Holocaust sites in Poland.

  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:41
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The year that Kandice Gottschall spent in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut was an eye opener for the 15 year old.

  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:30
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Elia Kirby explores the pit falls and prat falls of theatre life and wonders whether it is the best life for his daughters.

Bought by WTIP and KUSP


  • Added: Nov 18, 2005
  • Length: 13:45
  • Purchases: 2