|Music from Germany, Austria & Switzerland|
A diverse non-commercial music mix from Germany, Austria and Switzerland, continued...
Jesse Brown: Keynote Speech MDD 2015
plus Peak Speak looks at Mosquitos, and Coho Salmon
Peak Speak - Mosquitos; Coho Salmon from Chantelle & Austin
excerpts from the Media Democracy Days 2015 Keynote Speech from Jesse Brown (CANADALAND Mondays 5pm on CJSF) . . . NEWS page
Third Call for Radio Documentary Proposals Launched
Station Orientation Schedule
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1st Friday of each month at 2:30 pm
2nd Tuesday of the month at 4 pm
3rd Thursday of the month at 3 pm
4th Wednesday of the month at 6:15 . . . NEWS page
Books on the Radio Magazine - November 2015
airs last Wed of the month, BOTR Magazine is a monthly collection of the best of the Books on the Radio project
It's the last Wed of the month! That means it's time for Books on the Radio (Magazine). This month, excerpts from January 2015 edition including:
- Intro: Sean Cranbury w People of the Stick, . . . HIGHLIGHTS page
conversations and comments about unpaid labour and wage theft
This week features:
comments on unpaid labour from Canadian Workers Action Centres:
Deena Ladd, Toronto Workers Action Centre, Toronto, ON
Joey Calugay, Immigrant Workers Centre, Montreal, . . . HIGHLIGHTS page
The Incompleat Folksinger at the Firehall Arts Centre
by Elaine Harder
In the one-man show The Incompleat Folk Singer, Victoria-based actor Mark Hellman gives a solid performance in his rendition of the life and times of political activist / folksinger, Pete Seeger. The show, which was produced by The Other Guys Theatre Company—with artistic direction by Ross Desprez, musical direction by Tobin Stokes, and lighting design by Rebekah Johnson—was based on Deprez and Hellman’s adaptation of Seeger’s 1992 autobiography, The Incompleat Folksinger. continued...
3rd Call for Radio Documentary Proposals
by Magnus Thyvold
CJSF 90.1FM is Calling for Proposals to fund four radio documentaries in the second of four funding rounds; Deadline for applications is December 7th. 2015 continued...
Film Review: Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon
by Scott Wood
(USA, 2015, 92 mins) Director: Douglas Tirola Nowadays, National Lampoon is a brand that has for the most part faded from popular culture. You might remember National Lampoon as part of the title of late 70's and 80's classic comedies like National Lampoon's Animal House or National Lampoon's Family Vacation films (those family road trip movies with Chevy Chase in them). But the name started as a satire magazine (like MAD Magazine for adults) and in its heyday, it was the epicenter of the hottest talent in the American comedy scene. This documentary traces the history of National Lampoon mostly through its four founders Douglas Kenney, Henry Beard and Rob Hoffman—along with publisher Marty Simmons, as the National Lampoon brand name went from a struggling political magazine to radio show to eventually making movies. continued...
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It's the last Wed of the month! That means it's time for Books on the Radio (Magazine). This month, excerpts from January 2015 edition continued...
This week features: comments on unpaid labour from Canadian Workers Action Centres: Deena Ladd, Toronto Workers Action Centre, Toronto, ON Joey continued...
Endeavours - November 23
Music; MOA's Taiwanese artworks exhibition; Dr. Hu Naiwen; Madame Chiang Ka
That Chinese Show
This week on That Chinese Show 1. Chinese and Canadian Music 2. The downfall of "the first tiger" in Shanghai implicating Jiang Zemin family? 3. continued...
Brain surgeons; Judges; Co-housing; Bicycling
Voice of the North
News in English and Mandarin 11-20-2015 This week on Voice of the North 1. Canada lacks brain surgeons 2. In Canada's history, only two judges continued...
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