Apr 16, 2015
By Valerie Massie
With passover this weekend and holocaust remembrance day coming up, Libby talks to a James Conlon, a conductor who says that we lost a great part of the 20th century classical music heritage when the nazis suppressed the work of Jewish musicians.
And, as if the science on Vitamin D wasn’t confusing enough, the latest studies claim that most of us need 10 times more than we’re normally getting. Truth or fiction? Libby is joined by Andre Picard, medical writer from the Globe and Mail to talk about it.
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