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Two-time Giller Prize-winner Esi Edugyan describes the inspiration for writing Washington Black, a novel about the post-slavery life of a young man who learns that being physically free does not release him from the trauma of the past. She joins host Nam Kiwanuka to discuss.
Romeo Saganash, a Cree man and former NDP MP, and Don Rusnak, an Ojibway man and former Liberal MP, discuss the realities of life in Indigenous communities across Canada — and what it will take to transform the government’s relationship with Indigenous people.
This week, Harper’s magazine published a controversial public letter denouncing what has become known as cancel culture. Michael Coren, an author and Anglican clergyman, argues that many of those championing free speech today are most guilty of restricting it.
Ontario announced it will end streaming in high schools. What was the practice? Why did it exist? And what should replace it? Columnist Matt Gurney speaks with Annie Kidder from People for Education to find out.
Queen's Park columnist John Michael McGrath speaks with Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Steve Clark about the 92-page COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act — and the future of the province's relationship with municipalities.
This weekend on TVO
Saturday, 9 p.m. — Score: A Film Music Documentary
Dozens of Hollywood's premier composers discuss the challenges and creative secrecy in the world of film scores. The film features interviews with John Williams, Danny Elfman, Howard Shore, Quincy Jones, and Mychael Danna, among others.
Sunday, 8 p.m. — Royal Recipes: India and Empire
Chef Paul Ainsworth joins Michael Buerk to celebrate royal food inspired by India and the British empire. They cook recipes that have been hidden in the royal archive for over 100 years — including quail and potato curry, said to be a favourite of Queen Victoria.