The Peabody Awards

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  • Alias Grace
    Alias Grace

    Nominee Based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, the series tells the story of Grace Marks, a household servant in Canada in the 1800s who...

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  • Braindamadj'd...Take II
    Braindamadj'd...Take II

    Left for dead after an automobile accident in Egypt, Paul Nadler, a relentlessly energetic and hugely creative music video director, fought to overcome a dire...

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  • Why We Fight
    Why We Fight

    Masterful as filmmaking, challenging as connect-the-dots reportage, Why We Fight links President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s famous caution about the dangers of a burgeoning “military-industrial complex”...

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  • What If Winter Never Comes? (Et si l`hiver ne venait plus?)
    What If Winter Never Comes? (Et si l`hiver ne venait plus?)

    Climate change is a subject with which broadcast journalists are increasingly attempting to grapple. They—and their audiences—often find its complexities challenging and difficult to comprehend....

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  • Human Cargo
    Human Cargo

    This six-hour miniseries deals with one of the most pressing problems in today’s version of “the global village,” the movement of refugees throughout the world....

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  • The Wire: The Impact of Electricity on Music
    The Wire: The Impact of Electricity on Music

    In The Wire: The Impact of Electricity on Music, an eight-part CBC radio series, host Jowi Taylor observes that while the invention of the electric...

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  • A Murder in the Neighbourhood
    A Murder in the Neighbourhood

    There are occasions when violence intrudes even into the most familiar settings and the most typical lives. Such an intrusion occurred on Hillcrest Avenue in...

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  • Personal Award: Peter Gzowski
    Personal Award: Peter Gzowski

    For 15 years, Peter Gzowski has hosted CBC Radio’s program Morningside, heard weekday mornings, coast to coast, from 9 until noon. This engaging, often inspirational...

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  • Kevin's Sentence
    Kevin's Sentence

    The impact of drunk driving on young lives and on the criminal justice system became both personalized and poignant in this powerful radio documentary. Kevin...

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  • The Longest Journey
    The Longest Journey

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation is recognized by the Peabody Board for The Longest Journey, an episode of Open Circuit. This is an exciting and informative...

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  • Peniel
    Peniel

    From the Hornby Collection series comes Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Peniel, a sensitive account of a young woman minister’s battle with cancer. This is a dramatic...

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  • The Wonderful World of Science
    The Wonderful World of Science

    The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation tackled the question, “Can you teach early school-age children the complexities of science?”. The answer is a resounding “Yes,” for their...

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  • Carl Sandburg at Connemara
    Carl Sandburg at Connemara

    Carl Sandburg at Connemara, from the Signature series, wins a Peabody Award for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. The producers went to Flatrock, North Carolina and...

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  • Lost Innocence: The Children of World War II
    Lost Innocence: The Children of World War II

    With each passing year, the experience of World War II has drifted form recent to distant memory. This is a shame, since the voices of...

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  • Paris: From Oscar Wilde to Jim Morrison
    Paris: From Oscar Wilde to Jim Morrison

    In its efforts to streamline production costs and to maximize its use of music and news, the radio industry has too frequently overlooked the dramatic...

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