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28 min feature of Nat Jay plus 28 min of Western Canadian indie music mix
04 Dec, 2019 | 0:56:31 |
EN | Mae Wandinger | Indie Beat

28 minute feature (includes interview and songs) of Nat Jay, who's received over 30 placements in films and on television networks, and who's just released her new album, The Flash of a Fight, plus tracks by Sebell, The Ruffled Feathers, Her Brothers, Leisure Club, Astorocolor ft. Fox Glove, Stray Cougar, Jordan Klassen & JP Maurice!
Bryce Koch talks about the work of the Harm Reduction Nurses Association.
03 Dec, 2019 | 0:27:48 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Bryce Koch is a registered nurse based in Winnipeg. He is the founder of Project Safe Audience, a harm reduction initiative based in the city's after-hours music scene, and he is on the board of directors of the Harm Reduction Nurses Association. Scott Neigh interviews him about the many ways that nurses are taking up harm reduction practices in their...
Grassroots organizing vs oligarchy in El Salvador
01 Dec, 2019 | 0:28:45 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Marta Benavides's parents were an indigenous healer and a bureaucrat. She grew up Catholic, was recruited to the Baptists, and came to her own theology, which recognizes love as a force and rejects hierarchy. She talks about her life, about her country El Salvador, and about the global forces that can only be opposed by community and an understanding of...
Where were the women?
01 Dec, 2019 | 0:28:49 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

From Sept 30- Oct 4, 2019, the government of Cameroon held a Major National Dialogue to discuss ending conflict and restoring violence-ravaged areas. Women who have long been preparing for negotiations and calling for peace expressed dismay that women were less than 15% of participants, and that the structure seemed top-down and government-heavy, not reaching into the grass roots and...
Diana Kilmury and the Teamsters
01 Dec, 2019 | 0:28:48 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Labor unions are starting to gain more recognition internationally as a legitimate element of a functioning economy. To be effective for their members, they must also be democratic. In this interview from 1996, the year a movie on her life was released, Kilmury explains the internal struggle for democracy in the Teamsters, and what a union can negotiate for its...
Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists.
28 Nov, 2019 | 0:55:00 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | NewFound Records

Highlights this week... a super rare track from 1984 by jazz pianist Jeff Johnston. Jeff has twice been nominated for Juno Awards in the category ‘Best Contemprary Jazz Album’. from 48 years ago, John Lacey turns his silk-smooth pipes to a country classic popularized the The Carter Family in 1933! In the mid 1950s, Carmanville’s Larry Harvey was poised for...
28 min feature of House Handshake plus 28 min of Western Canadian indie music mix
27 Nov, 2019 | 0:56:32 |
EN | Mae Wandinger | Indie Beat

28 minute feature (includes interview and songs) of House Handshake, a soulful, jazzy indie folk band from Winnipeg, plus tracks by Bad Strangers, Dustin Harder, Madison Olds, Ryan McMahon, Apollo Suns, Dirty Mountain, Via Barcelonia & Justin Lacroix!
The emergence of a network of parents committed to fighting cuts to public education in Ontario.
26 Nov, 2019 | 0:28:14 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Rachel Huot is a mom of three kids and a parent organizer in the west end of Toronto. She is part of a group called West End Parents for Public Education, which has been central to the emergence of the province-wide Ontario Parent Action Network. Scott Neigh interviews her about the cuts that the province's Conservative government under Doug Ford...
How can rural and urban live better together
25 Nov, 2019 | 0:57:21 |
EN | Bojan Furst | Rural Routes

Bill Reimer, Brian Dabson, and Zita Cobb made for a stellar opening panel of the 2019 Canadian Rural Revitalization Foundation conference this past October in St. John’s at Memorial University’s Signal Hill Campus. They dived deep into the issues of rural-urban interaction and possibilities of a healthier and more respectful relationship.
Food, famine and revolution
25 Nov, 2019 | 0:28:47 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

An Aural Tapestry - discussion about European history of food, famine and revolution, while the interviewee bakes a kugelhopf, Marie Antoinette's favourite cake. (Parallels to the age of the billionaires abound.)
2 analysts examine patterns in State Crimes against Democracy and ways to justice
22 Nov, 2019 | 0:59:20 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

This week's Global Research News Hour takes a look at the activities of the US shadow government or 'Deep State' spanning the 56 years since the tragic death of US President John F Kennedy, and places the current impeachment hearing of President Donald Trump in that context. We first hear from writer and Deep Politics researcher Mark Robinowitz as he...
Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists.
22 Nov, 2019 | 0:55:00 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | NewFound Records

On this episode we flashback 40 years to spin a track by St. John’s pioneer punk-rockers, The Reaction. And you’ll hear three spins from recordings that I scored at recent Record Fairs. One is a dandy track by Cold War composed and sung by Miek Fisher of the aforementioned Reaction! Also, Ron Rose sings a number penned by Roy Payne,...
28 min feature of Lynne Hanson plus 28 min of Western Canadian indie music mix
20 Nov, 2019 | 0:56:15 |
EN | Mae Wandinger | Indie Beat

28 minute feature (includes interview and music) of singer-songwriter Lynne Hanson, who's been the recipient of the Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award and a Canadian Folk Music Award, plus tracks by The Deep Dark Woods, Digging Roots, The Small Glories, Brent Tyler, James Kasper, Shari Ulrich, Chris Ronald & My Kind of Karma
The efforts of articule, an artist-run centre, in Montreal, to work against racism and exclusion.
19 Nov, 2019 | 0:28:11 |
EN | Scott Neigh | Talking Radical Radio

Burcu Emeç is a performance artist and the outreach and communications coordinator at articule, an artist-run centre in Montreal. Scott Neigh interviews her about articule's efforts to challenge oppressive systemic disparities through organizational change work within the centre and interventions into the larger arts scene. Articule is an artist-run centre in the Mile End neighbourhood of Montreal. Artist-run centres are...
Distinguished financial economist discusses IMF, US vs Chinese economic development and more
15 Nov, 2019 | 0:59:10 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

On this week’s Global Research News Hour, we showcase a July 2019 interview with financial economist, author and historian Michael Hudson addressing the financial instruments utilized by the United States to retain its post World War II position of dominance on the world stage, and ways in which foreign economies can survive the looming implosion of the U.S. The conversation...
Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists.
14 Nov, 2019 | 0:55:00 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | NewFound Records

On this episode we shine a light on great NL vinyl obscurities that otherwise would not see the light of day. Tune in for great seldom-heard nuggets by Lloyd Wiseman, The Sanderlings, Ken Lake & Rough Ideas, Wilf Doyle, Fabian James, and Phyllis Morrissey. Lots more too.
28 min feature of Buckman Coe plus 28 min of Western Canadian indie music mix
13 Nov, 2019 | 0:56:29 |
EN | Mae Wandinger | Indie Beat

28 minute feature (includes interview and music) of Buckman Coe, a Vancouver-based, roots, soul, world, reggae and psychedelic dub musician, plus tracks by Caleb Hart, Tonye, Dope Soda, Library Voices, Wooden Horsemen, The OM Sound, Find the Others & Too Soon Monsoon
A gender education program aims at inculcating respect
11 Nov, 2019 | 0:28:47 |
EN | Frieda Werden | WINGS

Equality and respect for all humans regardless of gender or gender expression is a teachable subject, especially if it starts young. That is the premise of the Dear Boys project started by Swati Sengupta. She describes how it started, how it is taught, and its effects to WINGS contributing producer Kalpana Pradhan, who also adds additional sound and supporting interviews.
Jacques Pauwels on US support for Nazis during WW2, Ajamu Baraka on US antiwar movement history
08 Nov, 2019 | 0:59:52 |
EN | Michael Welch | Global Research News Hour

On the occasion of Remembrance Day week, and 75 years since the pivotal landings of the Allies on the beaches of Normandy, the Global Research News Hour corrects the record when it comes to the heroism of Americas involvement in that war, and other challenges to the antiwar movement in the modern era. In the first half hour, Belgian-born Canadian...
Vinyl records by Newfoundland & Labrador's pioneer recording artists.
08 Nov, 2019 | 0:55:00 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | NewFound Records

Today’s episode is a special Remembrance Day program featuring songs and a poem that reflect on the futility of war and the dream of world peace. Featured artists include Roy Payne, Simani, Bruce Moss, Dick Nolan, John White. Plus you’ll hear former Premier Joey Smallwood’s thoughts about war, and they might surprise you! Lots more too.
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