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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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5 Pieces

This five part series is an investigation into the idea of debt as an ancient and central motif in religion, literature, and the structure of human societies.

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5 Pieces

A collection of uplifting pieces from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

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19 Pieces

Go behind the scenes with journalists and correspondents, as they peel the curtain and take you inside the stories they've covered.

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7 Pieces

Specials from CBC Radio for Black History Month

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4 Pieces

A collection of award-winning pieces from CBC Radio

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6 Pieces

A variety of award winning radio programs and documentaries from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. These pieces won medals at the 2010 New York Festivals Radio Program and Promotion Awards.

Caption: CBC Radio's Outfront, Credit: <a href="">Benson Kua</a>
83 Pieces

CBC Radio's Outfront is both a whisper and a shout; stories that are intimate in a public way. It tells stories of love and longing, hope and despair, of life, of discovery and insight.

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4 Pieces

A tribute to the legendary British Naturalist Charles Darwin. This four part series celebrates the 150th anniversary of his earth-shattering book 'On the Origin of Species'. Produced by the CBC Radio documentary program IDEAS.

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6 Pieces

A six part comprehensive series that explores the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It's from CBC Radio archives program- Rewind.

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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.

Latest Pieces

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Are the courts increasingly taking over the lawmaking role of the legislature?

  • Added: Sep 18, 2003
  • Length: 51:52