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From science to mythology, history to culture, a pharmaceutical look at cutting-edge topics.
14 Aug, 2018 | 0:41:42 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | The Med Thread

Dr. John Weber, pharmacologist, neuroscientist and cannabis expert and associate professor with the Memorial University of Newfoundland School of Pharmacy, joins co-hosts Mike Chong and Dr. Cathy Balsom of the School of Pharmacy's Medication Therapy Services (MTS) Clinic to discuss everything from chemical compounds, types of cannabis and their effects on the body, to how research following legalization will help...
A weekly program focusing on writing and literary culture in Newfoundland and Labrador.
25 Jul, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | The Write Project

How many aspiring writers struggle with the age-old question: "How much should I write per day?" On this week's The Write Project, host Matthew LeDrew poses the thorny question to a panel of NL writers: Helen Escott (Operation Wormwood); Amanda Labonté (Drawn to the Tides); Dianna Brown (Saltwater Joys); Jon Dobbin (Chillers from the Rock); Chelsea Bee (London Calling); and...
From science to mythology, history to culture, a pharmaceutical look at cutting-edge topics.
24 Jul, 2018 | 0:31:45 |
EN | CHMR FM Music Department | The Med Thread

Greeks and Egyptians developed sleeping potions using the opium poppy — the same potion that put Dorothy to sleep in The Wizard of Oz. European apothecaries in the Middle Ages stocked spongia somnifera, a medieval anesthesia soaked in wine and herbs. Today, Z-drugs are among the most popular sleep remedies. Join co-hosts Mike Chong and Dr. Cathy Balsom of the...
An interview with Nick Ferrio
09 Jul, 2018 | 0:41:38 |
EN | Trevor Murphy | SappyFest Radio

Ahead of SappyFest 13, Creative Director Steven Lambke (Constantines, You've Changed Records, Baby Eagle) chats with performers, artists, organizers, and more. On this episode: an interview w. Peterborough-based Nick Ferrio who performs under his own name, and as an accompanist with Leanne Betasamosake Simpson and The Burning Hell. A great kick-off to SappyFest Radio's third season! SappyFest 13 takes place...
LINDA MCQUAIG ON HER BOOK THE TROUBLE WITH BILLIONAIRES
08 Jul, 2018 | 0:30:05 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Linda gives an thorough interview about her new book The trouble with billionaires She touches on issues off philanthropy and academic freedom around controversial donations from corporations like Gold Corp, she offers alternatives to help us implement a more equitable tax system instead of the discredited neo liberal agenda currently in place
Cuba-U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond
09 Jun, 2018 | 0:30:29 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Arnold August has an M.A. in political science from McGill University, Montreal, where he resides. His books include Cuba and Its Neighbours: Democracy in Motion, Cuba-U.S. Relations: Obama and Beyond . An accomplished journalist, he contributes articles in English and Spanish to websites in the United States, Canada, Cuba, Latin America and Europe. Since 1997, he has spent extended periods...
Sexual Fluidity with Ritchie Savin-Williams
05 Jun, 2018 | 0:32:44 |
EN | Dan McPeake |

Ritchie Savin-Williams is Professor Emeritus of Developmental Psychology at Cornell University and specializes in gay, lesbian and bi-sexual research. His latest book is "Mostly Straight: Sexual Fluidity Among Men" which re-examines the concepts of attraction, arousal, and fluidity among men and how reaches the conclusion that nobody is %100 straight.
Basketball Radio Show from Ottawa
03 Jun, 2018 | 0:44:58 |
EN | Will Macklin |

A breakdown of the crazy Game 1 of the NBA Finals Then a preview of Game 2 in Golden State Swish or Miss Finals edition They also talk about the whole Bryan Colangelo mess in Philly
Host Sylvia has a lively discussion with Robert Jensen about his newest book
14 May, 2018 | 0:31:43 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

He calls for a radical feminist challenge to institutionalized male dominance; an uncompromising rejection of men’s assertion of a right to control women’s sexuality; and a demand for an end to the violence and coercion that are at the heart of all systems of domination and subordination. The End of Patriarchy makes a powerful argument that a socially just society...
Michael Albert on the current economic system and need to move to participatory economy
22 Apr, 2018 | 0:31:28 |
EN | Stuart Richardson | Latin Waves

Michael Albert is an American activist, speaker, and writer. He is co-editor of ZNet, and co-editor and co-founder of Z Magazine. He also co-founded South End Press and has written numerous books and articles. Micheal speaks about the structures of society that continually enhance the few at the benefits of the many. And what we need to do to make...
Sport for Life, Human Rights, UN Convention
20 Apr, 2018 | 0:30:02 |
EN | CJAM-FM Music Department |

This program focuses on disability issues. Host Cam Wells will explore all sides of this comparing and contrasting with able bodied life.
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
28 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

This episode features a single artist, the uniquely voiced Blossom Dearie. This gifted pianist and singer brought her joyous personality to every piece of music that she recorded. Blossom chirps her way through song excerpts from such highly regarded song-writing duos as George and Ira Gershwin, Howard Dietz and Arthur Schwartz, E.Y. (Yip) Harburg and Harold Arlen, Marty Clark and...
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
27 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

In this episode Steve focuses on a single instrument – the electric jazz guitar and samples some favourite contemporary electric jazz guitarists who have pushed the boundaries of modern jazz. Musical guests include Bill Frisell, John Scofield, Mike Stern, and Pat Martino.
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
27 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

Steve gives us an overview of some contemporary jazz vocalists working in the music scene of today. We’ll hear a variety of musical examples from Roberta Gamberini, Emilie-Claire Barlow, Tierney Sutton, Esperanza Spalding and Kurt Elling.
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
26 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

In this episode Steve shines some light on “The Art of the Trio.” The trio format remains one of the most popular in the jazz genre. He investigates the trio development as illustrated by such brilliant artists as Bill Evans, Oscar Peterson, Keith Jarrett, the Poll Winning Trio of Barney Kessel with Ray Brown and Shelley Manne, as well as...
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
26 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

During the late 1960’s and early 1970’s rock was king. This jazz- rock fusion style grew from jazz players’ interest in incorporating the intensity of rock and it’s electronic instruments into their jazz repertoire. We’ll hear several key figures in this movement including Miles Davis, Weather Report, Larry Coryell, Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea.
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
25 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

The focus of this episode is the American jazz musician Thelonious Monk. The work of this eccentric composer, pianist and bandleader is fundamental to the story of modern jazz. With his quirky playing style and unique sense of harmony and melody Monk’s music continues to inspire and challenge jazz artists. This episode looks at several well-known pieces delivered by such...
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
25 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

Episode six introduces several of the most influential singers in the development of jazz. Of the many important figures in the story of vocal jazz, Steve chooses examples from Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Nat King Cole and “old blue eyes” Frank Sinatra.
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
25 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

In this episode Steve talks about “Gypsy Jazz”. He discusses the influence of a style of jazz that began across the Atlantic Ocean, in France, in the 1930’s. There's the music of one of it’s main architects “The Quintette du Hot Club de France”, featuring gypsy guitarist Jean “Django” Reinhardt and French violinist Stephane Grappelli. We will also hear music...
Music enthusiast Steve Gedrose explores the world of jazz from its roots to the present day.
24 Mar, 2018 | 0:30:00 |
FR | Dieter Gade | Jazz Vignettes from the Hall

We are sticking close to home with “Canadian Jazz Legends” as we introduce some of the most influential Canadian jazz musicians of the post war era. Included in this episode is music from such important artists as Fraser MacPherson, Tommy Banks, Moe Koffman, Ed Bickert, and Rob McConnell.
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