Tagged with “cbc” (11)

  1. Cory Doctorow on CBC Radio One’s Q talking about Aaron Swartz

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  2. Tapestry from CBC Radio - Preachers Who Don’t Believe In God

    Saturday, July 23, 2011 9:00 PMA recent study from Tufts University tells the story of several pastors who no longer believe in God. Most are still working in churches, still preaching sermons, and still counseling the faithful. They are isolated and, in some cases, unable to confide even in their own families, for fear of what their newfound disbelief may do to their relationships. We speak with two pastors who took part in the study, as well as hear from Daniel Dennett, professor of philosophy and co-director of the Center for Cognitive Studies at Tufts University.

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  3. Spark | CBC Radio - Full Interview: Robert J. Sawyer on his WWW trilogy

    Yesterday, Nora interview the award-winning Canadian science fiction author Robert J. Sawyer. He’s just published the third installment of his WWW trilogy, called Wonder. It speculates about a possible world in which the web develops consciousness and becomes “Webmind.” You can hear the full, uncut interview below, or download the MP3. [runs 17:44]

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  4. CBC.ca | The Early Edition | Podcast - April 4, 2011

    Bookmark and Share Podcast - April 4, 2011 The federal campaign heats up as Liberals unveil their platform and we hear from Conservative MP James Moore, the latest on politics with our political panel and the politics of art.

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  5. Spark #134 with Eric S. Rabkin : SFFaudio

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  6. CBC Spark: Nora Young interviews David Fewer about Bill C-32 : SFFaudio

    The Canadian government is taking another crack at reforming our nation’s extremely outdated copyright laws. Two previous bills died when Parliament dissolved. But Bill C-32 is bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and before committee. How necessary are these changes? The current legislation includes mention of Beta Max machines. Meanwhile, Bill C-32 would finally make it legal to record a program on your VCR to watch at a later time. Yes – a practice that is technically illegal in Canada.

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  7. The Book Club: Alissa York and Eli Glasner

    The Book Club: Alissa York and Eli Glasner

    In today’s podcast, author Alissa York tells us why she loves the novel Dog Boy by Eva Hornung, and film critic Eli Glasner explains why Scott Piglrim vs The World is an example of an excellent film adapation of a book.

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  8. The Book Club: Nora Young

    The Book Club: Nora Young

    Nora Young, host of CBC’s Spark, drops by the Book Club to share her thoughts on the future of reading and which books she thinks are must reads.

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  9. CBC Radio One documentary on Aphasia

    And The Winner Is…January 27, 2010 - In So Many Words

    Steve Goff is one of more than 100,000 people in Canada who have aphasia. And yet the general public knows very little or nothing about it. Steve wants to change this. And although his words are broken, his message is clear. This week’s podcast features award-winning documentary "In So Many Words." It was produced for The Sunday Edition by Teresa Goff, Steve’s daughter.

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  10. CBC Radio One - Ideas - An interview with Robert Harrison

    Interviewed by CBC Producer Richard Handler Broadcast - Thursday March 5th, 2009 Robert Harrison is an eminent American scholar and a Dante specialist by trade. He wants the humanities to ask big and searching questions. He even runs an intellectual talk show from his perch at Stanford University.

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