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Guests discuss Canadian concerns with the host.
February 26, 2003
Neil Bissoondath interviews filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici.
September 7, 2002
Criminal psychologist Candice Skrapec is interviewed. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
August 23, 2002
Canadian author Mordecai Richler is interviewed. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
August 5, 2002
Freelance photographer and writer Freeman Patterson is interviewed. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
July 29, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews author Olive Senior.
June 24, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews author Ellen Herman.
June 17, 2002
Neil Bissoondath chats with Sherman Hines, photographer and author of “Extraordinary Light,” who has published more than 50 books about photography.
June 10, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews author Laurie Denett about her book, “A Hug for the Apostle,” and the importance of spirituality in her life.
May 27, 2002
McGill University law professor Irwin Cotler is interviewed. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
May 20, 2002
Canadian social historian Terry Copp is interviewed by Neil Bissoondath.
May 13, 2002
Canadian journalist Linda McQuaig is interviewed. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
April 29, 2002
Neil Bissoondath chats with author, columnist and radio personality Margaret Visser about her life and many literary works.
April 22, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews Benjamin Barber.
April 15, 2002
Canadian journalists Julie and Ken Sobol are interviewed by Neil Bissoondath.
April 8, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews Christina Hoff Sommers, a professor of philosophy at Clark University and a renowned authority on feminism and deconstructionism.
April 4, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews Denise Chong (“The Concubine's Children”).
March 27, 2002
Neil Bissoondath interviews Toronto author, journalist and broadcast editor Robert Fulford.
August 29, 1999
Neil Bissoondath talks to Richard Rodriguez, outspoken novelist and journalist, about immigration and loss of ethnicity.
August 28, 1999
Neil Bissoondath talks to Paul Chaat Smith about North American identity and the American Indian Movement.
August 21, 1999
Historian Ronald Wright discusses historical accounts of America's discovery. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
Neil Bissoondath talks with Rita Deverell about the importance of community.
An interview with Sheila Martin, Dean of the University of Calgary Law School. Host: Neil Bissoondath.
Neil Bissoondath learns about creating parks and gardens from landscape architect Don Vaughan.
Guest: Christina Hoff Sommers, author and philosophy professor.
Neil Bissoondath interviews Robin Murray, economics professor and consultant, about changes in economy in Canada and abroad.
French-Canadian filmmaker Micheline Lanctot talks with Neil Bissoondath.
Neil Bissoondath interviews Maude Barlow, political activist, author and critic.
Neil Bissoondath interviews a vast array of fascinating people.
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