Day 6 from the CBC is a lively news magazine show that brings you a fresh and surprising take on the week. Think of the show as your weekly news cocktail, shaken and stirred. Host Brent Bambury brings his sharp mind, sense of humor, and charm to the program, honed after years of hosting everything from network television to daily radio.

Latest episodes from Day 6:

Ex-marine John Keller shares stories of Hurricane Katrina 10 years later, how censors are keeping Chinese citizens in the dark about "Black Monday", food prices in Nunavut as an election issue, the most Canadian headline ever and what aliens look like.
On this week's episode: Debating the 'Anyone But Conservatives' campaign, the death of the one-hit wonder, how the Buckley-Vidal debates changed political coverage, a forgotten chapter in Canadian music history, and the music of South African firefighters
On this week's show: Armed Oath Keepers on the streets of Ferguson, Ethel Rosenberg's son pushes for her exoneration, a new flag for New Zealand, faking your own death online, and a Day 6 encore: the music that inspired Sean Michaels' prize-winning novel.

Brent Bambury

Brent Bambury has always had a deep connection to radio and was still a teenager when he launched his career at CBC working in Saint John, Halifax and Montreal. Decades later, with extensive radio and television journalism experience under his belt -- and still obsessed with creating new content.