Cross Country Checkup from CBC Radio
Summary: CBC Radio's Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only national open-line radio program, broadcast live across Canada every Sunday afternoon on CBC Radio One. Each week broadcaster and writer Rex Murphy presides over a lively discussion on an issue of national interest or importance, and invites listeners to call in with their opinions and thoughts.
With guest host Kevin Sylvester. What do you love - or hate - about camping?
With guest host Susan McReynolds. What children's book do you recommend for our summer list of good reading?
Is social media making us anti-social?
With guest host Suhana Meharchand: What best defines Canada for you... a place, an event, a person?
With guest host Suhana Meharchand. Should assisted-suicide be legalized?
With guest host Lorna Dueck. Is year-round schooling a better way to go?
With guest host Suhana Meharchand: Is free online-news killing the newsapaper?
What do you think of the proposed changes to EI?
What is the Best Approach to Preventing Bullying?
Are there limits to protest? Who should back down in the Quebec student standoff?
Is it time to spend more on a national mental health strategy?
How do you grade the Conservative majority in its first year and the NDP as Opposition?
Are the elderly getting the care they need in Canada?
Is a university education becoming too expensive?
As Canadian students continue to slip in international rankings of math skills, more children are being enrolled in tutoring programs to get them through the school year.