And the Winner Is... from CBC Radio

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CBC Radio's And the Winner Is... is an audio trophy case of award-winning CBC Radio productions. You'll hear the best of CBC from across Canada and around the world. Our trophy case includes thought-provoking documentaries from programs like IDEAS, Quirks and Quarks, The Current and The Sunday Edition. Tune in for the best of CBC Radio, on And the Winner Is...

This week on the final episode of And The Winner Is...Sarah Boothroyd explores the mysterious murder of Thomas D'Arcy McGee, the only Canadian federal politician ever to be assassinated. This intriguing mystery, draws on archival material, and the experti

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This week, part two of of ‘Flying’, produced by Marilyn Powell for the CBC Radio documentary program IDEAS. It’s a winner of the Major Armstrong Award.
And The Winner Is... presents Part One of Marilyn Powell's award-winning series about flying. For centuries man has been inspired by birds and butterflies, dreaming of taking flight. The Wright Brothers made that possible in 1903. But what is it exactly a
The continuation of the award winning documentary 'Phallus In Wonderland' produced by the CBC's Mary O'Connell.
CBC Producer Mary O'Connell visits an imaginary museum about the male appendage. The name of the museum is 'Phallus in Wonderland'. As she tours the exhibits, Mary takes us on a journey through time, and through the history of masculinity. This two part
This week on And The Winner Is... ‘Northwords’. Shelagh Rogers host of the CBC book show The Next Chapter invites five Canadian authors on a journey to the beautiful remote wilderness of the Torngat Mountains National Park in northern Newfoundland and La
This week on ATWI 'Songs My Mother Taught Me' produced by Chris Brookes. A 'documentary novel' about British women who married foreign soldiers during World War II.
This Week Part Two of an award-winning episode of Definitely Not The Opera. The topic is Sacrifice and DNTO is asking the question " What do we gain by giving somehting up?"
When Lhasa died on New Year's Day, 2010, it came as a shock. Months later, writer and broadcaster Madonna Hamel rediscovered a conversation she'd recorded with Lhasa de Sela a few years earlier. She travelled to Montreal to share that recording with some
This week on the "And the Winner Is..." Podcast, we present a documentary celebration of Conductor Georg Tintner. Hear clips of Mr. Tintner himself, of his music, and from people around the world who appreciated the man and his accomplishments.
This week on the ATWI Podcast: Two award winning documentaries about First Nations communities. We begin with Loreen Pindera’s “Bringing Down The Barricades”; a moving story from the Oka Crisis. Then we hear Darrell Dennis’ piece “Will The Truth Bring R
Documentary maker Philip Coulter re-examines the great Cherokee removal of 1838. Coulter travels along the route - the “Trail of Tears”, asking questions about how such a thing could happen, looking at how the past shapes the present. Part Two.
Documentary maker Philip Coulter re-examines the great Cherokee removal of 1838. Coulter travels along the route - the “Trail of Tears”, asking questions about how such a thing could happen, looking at how the past shapes the present.
An award winning progrm that does an extrodinary job of exploring the many elements of the human voice. The Voice: A Journey in 19 Chapters is hosted by Mary hynes.
Featuring a Gabriel Award-winning documentary, 'Voices Within: Living With Multiple Personality Disorder'. Currently known as 'Dissociative Identity Disorder' it is often confused with schizophrenia. But where as schizophrenics suffer a disease that impai
Today's program is called "Radical Hospitality" -- an award-winning episode of "Tapestry" that was recognized in 2011 with a Gabriel Award.
The award-winning program "Preachers Who Don't Believe in God". Produced by Nicola Luksic and Tina Pittaway.
Part Two of the multi-award winning special "Rozhinkes Mit Mandlin," or "Raisins with Almonds," was first broadcast in 1980 and is a incredible montage of music, comedy and interviews reflecting Jewish traditions.
Part One of the multi-award winning special "Rozhinkes Mit Mandlin," or "Raisins with Almonds," was first broadcast in 1980 and is a incredible montage of music, comedy and interviews reflecting Jewish traditions.
Fifty years ago, very few people could have imagined what our world would look like today -- what astounding technologies would shape our lives. This week on And The Winner Is... we're going to gaze into the near future with an award- winning episode of "Q