Programming Note: Konfused about Karlheinz?

7 Dec

There is, of course, one big saga gripping Ottawa these days: The ongoing testimony at the House of Commons Ethics Committee, starring Karlheinz Schreiber and soon to feature the 18th Prime Minister of Canada on the witness stand.

If you are trying to follow all the ups and downs of this byzantine tale, and are in need of either a handy primer on the backstory or some trenchant analysis of its meaning, you could do worse than have a look at or listen to a television program I produced on the matter this week.

It is available as an audio or video podcast here. Download it or watch it online and you may be as savvy as Fifth Estate producer Harvey Cashore, who has covered and uncovered this story longer and better than almost every other journalist in the country. He is on the show, along with three other savvy guests.

More info here.


3 Responses to “Programming Note: Konfused about Karlheinz?”

  1. Milan December 7, 2007 at 8:42 pm #

    This is the first time I have visited your actual site from the RSS feed in quite a while. The current banner is creepy – reminiscent of both George Orwell’s ‘Big Brother’ and the pixelated madness of Doom.


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