The Book of Exodus - Part One
It is a story of epic proportions: an enslaved people's liberation from bondage and their transformation into a nation. Considered one of the most important books in the Bible, the influence of Exodus transcends religious boundaries. CBC producer Frank Faulk explores how this powerful story has reverberated through the centuries and shaped the imagination of the West.
When Japanese bombers attacked the american naval fleet at Pearl Harbour in the Pacific, it forced the USA into World War Two.
Mark Lance discusses language and power
In this episode, Mark Lance discusses how the conventions by which we verbally address one another define the roles we play in society.