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Customer Reviews

Great insight, but Wheres The National?

This was my first time hearing TBoI and it wasn't bad, very intellectual although it's nothing you couldn't already hear from say a Meet The Press, or a Hardball but good for CBC. And wheres The National? Streaming video does not always happen on my computer and when it does, it jumps about, C-SPAN doesn't broadcast it anymore soooooooooo things are kind of at a head.. Peter Mansbridge is VERY insightful and its something I'd like to see i-tunes add to its library.

A is for Aardvark

Yeah!!! One of my fave CBC shows now on podcast, I'm a happy camper.


The previous review compares this show to mean the chris matthews show? wow-- it is absolutely nothing like that--far superior. It is nothing like any american television, except perhaps the new Bill Moyers program on "Public" TV [which is no longer really public, but largely coopted by corporate sponsors]. Some of our public radio is good, [Speaking of Faith by Krista Tippet for instance] but not widely distributed. Now you can get the podcast. You are lucky to have this kind of quality program in Canada. It might not hold everyone's goes into great depth on a given subject, and the subjects are interesting but not "glamorous". It takes a developed attention span. However there are those of us starved for this kind of thoughtful program since we are bombarded with such superficial stuff 95% of the time. For that audience it is great.