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:

Women Mull NFL Boycott | What the Inuit Knew About Franklin | Michael Winterbottom | Trump Brand Ailing? | Should I Eat It?
NFL's female fans want accountability | Food trends and gimmicks: Should I Eat It? | Franklin discovery and Inuit oral history | The power and limits of Trump's brand | Michael Winterbottom and "Face of an Angel"
How nudity became a modern taboo| Runaway AI and humans vs robots| The different ways Israelis and Palestinians learn history|Should I Read It: The Bone Clocks| Air Malaysia "bucket list" and other marketing blunders

Kurt Andersen

Kurt Andersen has been a columnist for "The New Yorker" and was editor-in-chief of both "New York" and "Spy" magazines, the latter of which he co-founded. Andersen began his career in journalism at "Time," where he was an award-winning writer on national affairs and criminal justice, and then for eight years the magazine's architecture and design critic.