John Chipman Speaks

Journalist and author, John Chipman produces documentaries for CBC Radio’s The Sunday Edition. His work has taken him across Canada, to Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the Middle East. He has worked, written, and edited for the National Post, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. He also co-produced a Gemini-award-winning television documentary for the fifth estate, has done numerous radio documentaries and special features for The Current, Metro Morning, and The Sunday Edition. He is the author of The Obsession: Tragedy in the North Atlantic, and is currently working on a second book that examines the wrongful accusations, convictions and other victims of disgraced pathologist Charles Smith.

Four Days in April

As the federal government moves toward closing down Kingston Penitentiary, this radio documentary looks back at one of the most infamous incidents in the prison's 186 year history — the riots in 1971 that turned out to be a turning point for prison reform in the country.

PTSD and the Padre

The very personal story of a military chaplain struggling with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) after a difficult tour with Canada’s troops in Afghanistan. PTSD is something we don’t usually associate with clergy...

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