Author Patricia Pearson shares her family's personal story of the world in between dying and death.
Dennis Mohr on His Documentary "Mugshot"
3:28 | 26 Views August 18, 2014
Dennis Mohr talks about his documentary "Mugshot" and why mug shots are significant artistically and culturally.
Rosie Dransfeld on Her Documentary ,Anti-Social Limited,
3:54 | 28 Views August 18, 2014
Rosie Dransfeld talks about her documentary ,Anti-Social Limited, about Chris Hoard, a former drug dealer who wants to turn his life around by starting a legitimate, all-Native renovation and construction company.
"David & Me" Doc Studio Questionnaire
5:29 | 12 Views August 18, 2014
Ray Klonsky and Marc Lamy talk about documentary filmmaking and what they learned while making their first feature documentary: "David & Me."
59:03 | 250 Views December 23, 2013
Dr David Starkey's exploration of how the monarchy shaped Britain's music reaches the 17th century
Bessma Momani: An Arab Boom
24:31 | 241 Views August 15, 2014
CIGI Senior Fellow Bessma Momani on why she's hopeful the Middle East is moving in a positive direction.
43:55 | 361 Views August 15, 2014
To start his journey through the Caribbean, presenter Trevor McDonald visits three islands that illustrate the huge contrasts of the region. Billionaire Richard Branson's Necker Island is a family home to the Bransons but also a £30,000 a night luxu
Henry Giroux: The War on Justice
24:18 | 1079 Views August 14, 2014
What lessons can Ontario learn from the ideologically-driven education reforms that have taken hold in the United States?
Here Comes the Flood
25:30 | 97 Views October 15, 2013
The brothers continue their journey down the sacred Ganges and head out to the lush Ganges Delta in Bangladesh to learn how the largest river delta in the world is both incredibly productive and the most vulnerable region to climate change.
Henry Giroux: Liberty and Justice for All?
24:40 | 1498 Views August 13, 2014
Author and scholar Henry Giroux on what he sees is putting American democracy in jeopardy.
The Dark- Nature's Nighttime World - Episode 2
51:51 | 257 Views August 13, 2014
The Dark follows a team of wildlife experts and specialist camera crews on a mission to solve wildlife mysteries
Irene Gammel: WWI's Forgotten Heroine
25:05 | 223 Views August 12, 2014
Ryerson University's Irene Gammel on the long-forgotten work of Great War artist Mary Riter Hamilton.
Ep. 5 - Deliverance
52:00 | 3222 Views August 11, 2014
All seems lost for the Allies. The Italians are defeated at Caporette, and a Bolshevik Russia pulls out of the war. But the American reinforcements are decisive, and the Allies emerge victorious.
Alison Loat: Canada's Failing Democracy
24:57 | 622 Views August 11, 2014
Samara's Alison Loat on what can be done to fix Parliament Hill.
Crown & Choir
59:05 | 453 Views December 16, 2013
In this first episode he begins with kings who were also composers