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Day 6 is a news magazine show that delivers a surprising take on the week.

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Episode 521: COVID-19 trial volunteer, Jonathan Salk on vaccine patents, Toy Story turns 2...

A COVID-19 trial volunteer on his decision to sign up, polio vaccine creator Jonas Salk's son on the ethics of patenting vaccines, looking back at Toy Story's origins as it turns 25, how Dungeons and Dragons is tackling racism in Tasha's Cauldron of Everything, sizing up Canada's new data privacy laws, that time a town in Oregon blew up a whale and more.

Episode 521: COVID-19 trial volunteer, Jonathan Salk on vaccine patents, Toy Story turns 2...

Episode 520: COVID-19 in long-term care, Rudy Giuliani channels Veep, the rise of Parler, ...

How the COVID-19 crisis in Canada's long-term care homes could have been prevented, Veep executive producer David Mandel on Rudy Giuliani's viral press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, why conservatives and conspiracy theorists are embracing the alternative social media platform Parler, looking back on the early days of Nickelodeon, Bruce Springsteen's manager on how The Boss got his start and more.

Episode 520: COVID-19 in long-term care, Rudy Giuliani channels Veep, the rise of Parler, ...

Episode 519: U.S. election results, anti-Black racism, Oregon decriminalizes drugs, Shuggi...

What a tense U.S. election means for the country's future, a hard look at anti-Black racism after the vote, how Oregon's move to decriminalize drugs could make the state's criminal justice system more equitable, Should I Read It? tackles Douglas Stuart's debut novel Shuggie Bain, the International Space Station turns 20 and more. This episode was updated Nov. 7, 2020 at 12:45 p.m. ET to reflect that CBC News projects Joe Biden has won the U.S. presidential election.

Episode 519: U.S. election results, anti-Black racism, Oregon decriminalizes drugs, Shuggi...

Episode 518: Voter suppression, Canada's Halloween heroes, Rubik's cube creator, Should I ...

What a 1981 campaign of voter suppression could portend for the upcoming U.S. election, Canadians get creative to celebrate a COVID-19 Halloween, Rubik's cube inventor Erno Rubik on its lasting legacy, Should I Play It? columnist Jonathan Ore tackles Watch Dog: Legion, a new book explores Dolly Parton's rise and more.

Episode 518: Voter suppression, Canada's Halloween heroes, Rubik's cube creator, Should I ...

Episode 517: Florida election supervisor, Google lawsuit, Leer Estates, Alanis Obomsawin, ...

An election supervisor in Florida prepares for voting day, what quirky election merchandise reveals about campaigns, Google faces a historic antitrust lawsuit, Canadian actor Dan Chameroy's campy one-man soap opera Leer Estates, filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin looks back on four decades of documenting Mi'kmaq fishing rights, digging into the world of Hollywood collectibles in the podcast The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of and more.

Episode 517: Florida election supervisor, Google lawsuit, Leer Estates, Alanis Obomsawin, ...

Episode 516: No-knock warrants, monitoring the U.S. election, AI pollsters, West Wing reun...

The death of an Ottawa man prompts criticism of no-knock police raids, why the Carter Center is watching the upcoming U.S. election, how AI pollsters could improve political predictions, what a West Wing reunion means for voters, buying stock in the company behind K-pop band BTS, an impassioned defence of iceberg lettuce and more

Episode 516: No-knock warrants, monitoring the U.S. election, AI pollsters, West Wing reun...

Episode 515: Lincoln Project, community cookbooks, Hollywood delays, Edmonton symphony, Mi...

Behind the scenes of the Republican-led anti-Trump PAC The Lincoln Project, how COVID-19 is reviving community cookbooks for Thanksgiving, what Hollywood blockbuster delays mean for movie theatres, the return of the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, how Canadian hip hop complements the Black Lives Matter movement, Justin Ling on his new book Missing from the Village and more.

Episode 515: Lincoln Project, community cookbooks, Hollywood delays, Edmonton symphony, Mi...

Episode 514: Quebec's anti-mask protests, Trump's emergency powers, Dick Johnson is Dead, ...

Unpacking Quebec's anti-mask protests amid rising COVID-19 cases, how Donald Trump could wield his presidential emergency powers during the U.S. election, why filmmaker Kirsten Johnson repeatedly faked her own dad's death, LeVar Burton on his beloved literary podcast, career diplomat Linda Thomas-Greenfield on the lasting impact of the killing of George Floyd and more.

Episode 514: Quebec's anti-mask protests, Trump's emergency powers, Dick Johnson is Dead, ...

Episode 513: Breonna Taylor ruling, video game disinformation, wildfire photography, Chris...

A former Kentucky judge says the Breonna Taylor grand jury should have done more, how video games could be the next frontier for political disinformation, the photographers documenting California's wildfires, Christa Couture on her new memoir How to Lose Everything, Indigenous actor Grace Dove on her starring role in Monkey Beach, how the COVID-19 pandemic toppled a century-old business and more.

Episode 513: Breonna Taylor ruling, video game disinformation, wildfire photography, Chris...

Episode 512: Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87, the far right in Canada's military, Super Mar...

Remembering U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, far right extremism in the Canadian military, photographing the wildfires scorching the U.S. west coast, Super Mario 3D All Stars unlocks the Nintendo vault, how the New IRA is using Brexit uncertainty as a recruitment tool and more.

Episode 512: Ruth Bader Ginsburg dead at 87, the far right in Canada's military, Super Mar...

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