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Colin Ellis discuss this year’s crop of nominees with producers Chantal Braganza and Matt O'Mara.
Why the story around Japan's whaling practices isn't black and white.
Who should be funding social change?
How can documentary filmmaking and activism overlap?
What is marriage migration?
What happens when a city can’t keep the lights on?
From Indigenous self-identification to the power of verb choice and capitalization.
How can Canada make up for the gay purge?
Discover the new word that’s catching on fast across Canada — and the housing activist behind it.
How have humans re-engineered the planet?
Why should we have tough conversations?
Girlfriend, boyfriend, S.O., bae, better half, sweetheart, beau … what’s in a name?
Why are democracies struggling to be democratic?
How can someone talk to a white supremacist?
Hosts Pippa Johnstone and Karina Palmitesta trace the evolution of a small word that’s had an outsize impact.
'On Docs' is a brand-new podcast about documentaries and the stories they tell. Join host Colin Ellis for conversations with filmmakers from around the globe.
Why are people so hung up on the word “moist”? Tune in to find out.
Safe spaces, trigger warnings, snowflakes — oh, my. This episode explores the words we use when we talk about trauma.