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Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension April 4
In this LIVE edition of Alert! we talk with Henry Heller, Professor of History at the University of Manitoba who will discuss the mass protests against changes in labour laws in France; Kristen Andrew
Reel Women April 4
Cathi's all abuzz about Bee Season and hopes it's the beginning of Hollywood's return to more decent dramatic films. Judy's got a bucket of water, and waving a copy of her pick, Crash.
Redeye April 4
Mining to Survive is an independent zine that documents the day to day lives and struggles of men and women living in poor mining communities in Bolivia.
Archived April 3
Creepy tissue samples from disturbing sources! The return of grow-your-own meat! And---gah--macrobiotic is trendy!
Redeye April 3
TheatreWorks is a Victoria-based theatre company that uses interactive theatre techniques to create positive change in schools and communities.
rabble radio April 2
In this episode, Keith wonders about the psychological root of American apathy and futurist Tod Maffin talks about his love of radio and the podcast revolution. Wayne heads for a psychic fair to find
Redeye April 2
Hear a selection of passages from the book that the Canadian Jewish Congress doesn't want Ontario school children to read.
Healing the Earth April 1
Erik Ohlsen, Permaculture Designer, teacher, and prolific activist, explains what permaculture is, and why it is so important in a time where industrial civilization is collapsing. We delve into the m
Archived March 31
Just when you thought it was safe to hit the console, advertisers have new ways to slip ads into video games. Plus, Japanese TV watchers are loving a hot pants wearing character called Hard Gay: harm
The Green Planet Monitor March 30
A fragmentary account of life's progression on planet Earth, leading up to its most current dominant species.
Redeye March 30
The U.S. military base network is being reconfigured to enforce what Vice-President Dick Cheney calls "the arrangement for the 21st century". We speak with Joseph Gerson of the American Frie
The Simple Journalists March 29
In this weeks episode Andrea goes missing.... Oh NO! Ashley and Joey discuss the old cliche of rappers and their ghetto gold and the absurd and just plain irresponsible posibility of Paris Hilton play
Archived March 29
Universal is trying out offering digital downloads of dvds. Will you buy? The WB network is shifting sexier versions of its new TV show online. Will you watch?
Needs No Introduction March 29
Canadian political pioneer and human rights crusader Hon. Flora MacDonald speaks at the Canadian Club luncheon in her honour, receiving the 2006 EVE Award from Equal Voice for her political and social
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension March 28
Saskatchewan farmer Avery Saul discusses the importance of the Canadian Wheat Board's authority; PEN Canada's Alan Cumyn talks about the controversy over Deborah Ellis's new children's novel; Alert! a
Redeye March 28
Tens of thousands of people went to New Orleans last month to celebrate Mardi Gras. Yet community groups there are fighting for basic infrastructure like schools and hospitals while streets of margina
Archived March 27
Cathi finds a bot designed to run her media...can this be the answer to annoying, lunky media tech design?<br /> Plus, hack that vaccuum! People are monkeying with their Roomba robot vaccuums....why
Reel Women March 27
Judy sings the praises of American pimp culture, while Cathi wonders what it would be like to kidnap and torture the VP of a chemical company.
Needs No Introduction March 27
In this two-part series, Dr. Richard Burton and Dr. Arne Kislenko discuss the socio-economic history of China and China's role in current international affairs. Presented March 22, 2006 at Ryerson Uni
Comeuppance March 26
An ascetic climbs a mountain to receive a gift of a star.
Archived March 26
Redeye March 26
People who are poor often stay poor unless they get money to go back to school. At one time, B.C. supported welfare recipients through school. Shauna Butterwick talks about what happened when those pr
Archived March 24
Cathi unveils a remarkable new model of the future, where visualization can make things happen in the real world; plus, attack of the uncanny robots! Would you let a 5' tall, 220 lb robot look after
Needs No Introduction March 24
In this two-part series, Dr. Richard Burton and Dr. Arne Kislenko discuss the socio-economic history of China and China's role in current international affairs. Presented March 22, 2006 at Ryerson Uni
boilingfrog's Green Town Times March 24
With two weeks of preparations before boarding the train, Kelly and Bridget and Angela sit down to discuss why they're doing the tour, what it's about and some of the things they're working to accompl
Rabblevision March 24
Michelle from Nodcast and her son take a ride from Toronto to Whitby on the GO Train, riding on the top of the double-decker train.
Redeye March 24
Gordon Campbell promised the most sustainable Olympic games ever. For people fighting to save Eagle Ridge Bluffs in West Vancouver, that promise rings hollow.
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension March 23
In this episode, Alert! speaks with Colleen Ross on the issue of suicide seeds; Frank Mentis from CUPE joins us from Mexico to discuss the World Water Forum; Professor Paul Phillips from the Universit
The Green Planet Monitor March 23
Recorded accounts of Earth's twistings and turnings
Archived March 23
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