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Losing a loved one is one of the most difficult things a person will have deal with, but during COVID-19, that is compounded by the inability to properly grieve. And grief is not just limited to those we've lost, but to everything that's slipped away as the world continues to grapple with the virus. Joining Steve Paikin with some advice on how to cope with these feelings are David Kessler, author of "Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief;" and Andrea Warnick, registered psychotherapist and a project lead on KidsGrief.ca.
Coming at a moment of profound political and social crisis, What Is Democracy? reflects on a word we too often take for granted. Featuring a diverse cast including celebrated philosophers, trauma surgeons, factory workers, refugees, and politicians.
Denise Ho: Becoming the Song explores the openly gay singer's remarkable journey from Cantopop superstar to outspoken political activist, putting her life and career on the line to support the struggle for democracy and freedom in Hong Kong.
In this episode, we're in the east of Britain. Finds Include revelations from 'Britain's Pompeii,' the theatre where Shakespeare premiered Romeo and Juliet and Henry V, and evidence that we may have found the location of the Battle of Barnet.
When Hurricane Katrina ravaged the United States' Gulf Region in 2005, killing over 1800 people, displacing over a million and causing over 151 billion dollars US in damages, New Orleans was caught in the eye of the storm.