Episode 15 - Gone to the docs (01:19 - 05:23) This week our DVDiva sings and dances her way through a trio of just released, high steppin’ musicals from the 40s and 50s. Ooooooo laaaaaaaaaaaaaaa laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. That's what she tells us she sounds like. You'd better listen for yourself. (05:25 - 10:26) Homebrew takes us on a visit to CKUT in Montreal. The station always goes the distance. This time, with a marathon to fight homelessness. (11:00 - 15:36) Kobayashi formed in Montreal at the start of the new millenium. Their particular brand of upscale hip-hop and jazz has brought them to the stage at the Montreal International Jazz Festival, and beyond. This song is called 2 cent. (15:51 - 17:32) rabbledocs is a new podcast on rabble radio. This week it’s taking us to the faraway Island of Vanuatu. Check it out at rabbledocs at http://www.rabble.ca/rpn/doc (18:25 - 20:46) Wayne shows us a brand new way to share. Bookmarks that is, on this week’s installment of online tools. (21:03 - 36:16) Keith Gottschalk is changing hats from being a columnist to being an interviewer this week. It’s a feature interview he’s got for us with the man who made the documentary “Stupidity.” Keith calls Alfred Neremberg up from down south of the border to down-home Toronto to speak with the writer and documentary filmmaker. (36:23 - 41:29) A final song from Kobayashi to finish the program. It's called Never Was. You can check out the band at www.kobayashimusic.com.
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