1:15-7:28 Hear a first person account of one woman’s (humiliating) experience of going to a food bank. Voiced by Leisha Grebinski and Krista Baliko.
7:28-9:32 What do you do when the founder and leader of an important environmental movement now promotes nuclear energy and genetically modified foods as a solution to saving the planet? You laugh that’s what! A PSA by Patrick Moore. Music used with permission.
9:32-13:36 Begun in 2001, Trains of Winnipeg is a four-year multimedia & multidisciplinary art project by Clive Holden. Holden’s project has resulted in a website, an audio CD, a book, and a feature-length cycle of films. In “Neighbours Walk Softly”, Holden takes us on a dark journey from food lines, to written lines… to crossing the line.
13:36-27:11 The Collosus Rises: Briarpatch editor Dave Mitchell speaks with Asad Ismi about China’s global rise to power, what it means for southern hemisphere countries and for China’s own people.
27:11-31:02 Tyler McCreary reviews Leonard Peltier’s book and audio version of My Life Is My Sundance (includes audio excerpts.)
32-30-33:49 Please call the Dispatch!
33:49-36:25 Outro and Music by Marc Horn
*times include anchor intros/outros
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