Latest episodes from Day 6:

The fallout from Trudeau's blackface photos, Canada's first cases of vaping-related illness, why emotion trumps reason in elections, Rambo tourism in Hope, B.C., how Roy Cohn paved the way for Donald Trump and more.
Democracy Divided: How election campaigns alienate voters, reviewing Margaret Atwood's The Testaments, the Donald Trump Impeach-o-Meter, Indigenous theatre at the National Arts Centre, the story of Iran's Blue Girl, the John Lennon concert that helped usher in the end of The Beatles and more.
Democracy Divided, our new series on the challenges facing Canadian democracy, speaker John Bercow tries to bring "order" to the British Parliament, The Handmaid's Tale's costume designer on anticipating Margaret Atwood's The Testaments, why more powerful hurricanes might need a new measuring...
A reckoning for the makers of Oxycontin, how the fight over Indigenous land claims shapes the Amazon rainforest, mindfulness and mental health in the legal profession, celebrated Haitian-American writer Edwidge Danticat, the Parkinson's Chorus and more.
How China influences Hong Kong counter-protests, Vasek Pospisil's bid to boost the incomes of pro tennis' lowest paid players, cosplaying while black at Fan Expo Canada, fan fiction publisher Archive of Our Own gets one of sci-fi's top honours, Cher's Believe at 20, a Canadian free diver sets a new...
Full story - August 16, 2016
An image of Aaron Driver and RCMP officials
Aaron Driver attracted attention for his extremist beliefs long before he became an urgent priority of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Full story - August 15, 2016
Ibtihaj Muhammad speaks with Irene Vecchi
Bronze medal-winning fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad has drawn attention with her choice to wear a hijab in Olympic competition. But she's not the first, by far. It's an issue being faced by women at the highest level of sports around the world all the time.