That's why I gave you the YouTube link. CBC posts all of the episodes online. Since they're a government-owned (but not government-controlled) broadcaster, they're not for profit and you can watch all of their episodes on YouTube for free no matter where you are. Since Canada and the USA have a lot of products in common in retail stores, a lot of what you see will be relevant to you as an American.I can always count on you to get something of that nature, Captain.
I do live close enough to Toronto to occasionally get TV reception, but there is nothing I watch regularly - mostly because OTA reception is spotty at best.
The problem with the shows in the USA is that they're all corporate-owned and they won't do any investigative shows that tackle themselves or their advertisers. CBC doesn't care.I watched part of that Marketplace video and it looks like they have had quite a bit of positive impact over the years. The US has several shows 60 Minutes, 20/20, Frontline, but I'm not sure that they have had as significant of an impact as Marketplace. And then there is Consumer Reports. I am reasonably sure that they have had a big impact, not to mention Ralph Nader and his organization.
Maybe, but they'd lose.I don't think that the US has a political show like The Fifth Estate, but I think it would be a great idea. Heck, there's nothing that anyone can do to stop political telephone SPAM in the us, and certain people would almost certainly take any show like that to court and claim Fake News.
Well yeah, especially since the most recent scandals have been involving boys. I just shudder when I read things like this because I'm like "How the hell???". Ugh, I don't want to get into it.Particularly the women's sports coaches and trainers. It might not hurt to vet the boy's and men's coaches a lot better either.
I bet that you can find it in Belfast.Oh hell, there's a "for Dummies" book for just about anything. Although, there probably are a few exceptions, such as, "Fertilizer Bomb Making for Dummies",
That's how we got CANDU!and maybe, "Nuclear Reactor Construction for Dummies"..
In order to benefit from the "for Dummies" series of books, one must first accept that they are a dummy when it comes to the topic that the book covers. Elon Musk is far too egotistical to ever think that he's not a genius at everything so it would be useless to him.Elon Musk should have read, "Taking over Twitter for Dummies", before he made his move..