Archive: Quirks & Quarks, Mini-Med - Diverticulitis, "Wildthings"

More To Life

Life is full of burning questions. Why don't spiders get stuck in their own webs? Do animals have belly-buttons? Why does rain fall in drops and not buckets? To the average person these questions are illusive at best, but to Bob McDonald, host of CBC radio's Quirks and Quarks, finding answers to these questions is all in a day's work. He'll be in to share some of the best questions (and answers) that he's heard over the past decade. This show contains 2 taped pieces, "Wildthings" by Studio2 and Mini-Med "Diverticulitis". Show is phone-in based and viewers can also participate via email.
Jul 23, 2002
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OPINION: The government is facing a pretty basic choice: make the passports more restrictive — or start winding them down.
OPINION: The pandemic has highlighted flaws in our LTC system. But alternatives exist.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

OPINION: The number of adult Ontarians who are vaccinated plus the number who refuse equals… the adult population of Ontario. So how do we end our health crisis despite anti-vaxxers?
A new reopening plan, money for more housing, and debating what the premier should do in a snowstorm.

The latest coronavirus updates from across the province.

The man everyone called “Linc” was a trailblazer, as well as a kind and decent man.