Historian Ramsay Cook called George Grant one of Canada's two most important political thinkers in the twentieth century. In these lively conversations, recorded not long before Grant's death, David Cayley explores with Grant the deep roots of his faith, his evolution as a thinker, and his views on the future of Canada.
About the author
Bernie Lucht has been the executive producer of Ideas since 1984. He is also the executive producer of Tapestry, the Sunday afternoon program of religious and spiritual exploration. Born and raised in Montreal, he earned a BA from Concordia University in 1966. That same year, he joined the CBC as a producer for Radio-Canada International, and in 1969 went on to produce Cross-Country Checkup. Later that year, Lucht left for West Africa to work as a CUSO volunteer teacher in rural Nigeria. He returned to Canada in 1971, starting work as a production assistant at Ideas, then rising to become the program's executive producer in 1984. Under his direction, Ideas has won many national and international awards.