What do you know about the word okay? It seems very simple, but it is actually very complex! In recognition of the UN's "International Mother Language Day", Liz Waid and Colin Lowther look at the uses and history of this common word.
Liz Waid and Colin Lowther look at a special day for love: Valentine's Day. They look at the origins of this day, and celebrations around the world.
Do you have a habit you want to form? What is it? How will you make the habit happen? Bruce Gulland and Alice Irrizary give us helpful tips on how to start a good habit.
Listen to this program in recognition of August 19, "World Humanitarian Day". What is the good result of an act of kindness? Robin Basselin and Ryan Geertsma look at the good results for the kind person!
Can writing about your life be important? Adam Navis and Anne Muir look at why people write diaries and how it can help people.
Have you ever taken care of your brothers and sisters? Do you know someone who has? When parents cannot take care of their children, sometimes an older brother or sister takes this responsibility. Adam Navis and Katy Blake tell about families where...
Are you afraid of the day Friday the 13th? Liz Waid and Joshua Leo look at stories that have made people think this day is extremely unlucky.
How do you grieve a loved one? Megan Nollet and Bruce Gulland share of a new, innovative way to grieve someone you have lost to death.
Bruce Gulland and Liz Waid give a scientific explanation for anxiety and share practical ways to deal with it.