|face2face December 19 Film composer Rolfe Kent talks to David Peck talks about creating chemistry through music in his work with Alexander Payne's new film "Downsizing."|
|Talking Radical Radio December 19 Children often show up on Canada's No Fly List, usually because of mistaken identity. "No Fly List Kids" advocates for changes so families aren't caught up in a maze of errors and mistaken identity.|
|Asia Pacific Currents December 18 Export processing zones are areas where union organizing is heavily repressed. Hundreds of mainly women workers in the Philippines are fighting an electronics company for the right to organize.|
|rabble radio December 14 Meagan Gillmore's labour beat internship is ending. She shares her thoughts about Canadian labour in 2017, and what she's learned about people and their relationships to their work.|
|face2face December 12 Barry Stevens and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his film Undercover Jihadi, gang violence, terrorism, the Toronto 18, oppression and marginalization.|
|Talking Radical Radio December 12 Scott Neigh talks to Samantha from "Courage," an organization to bring social movement priorities into electoral politics and pull the NDP to the left.|
|Asia Pacific Currents December 11 Workers in South Korea have managed to overcome the offensives against them in the last few years, and metro employees are the latest group to take industrial action.|
|Needs No Introduction December 6 Six-minute answers to the question, "Can society fix itself?" A collection of ideas from solutions-focused B.C. media-makers.|
Do Donkeys Act? A new film explores the reputation of donkeys, and disputes the notion that they're 'dumb asses'Ashley Sabin and David Redmon talk about the wisdom of donkeys, animals as sentient beings, and why we all might need a break from humans sometimes.
|Talking Radical Radio December 5 Jade Cooligan Pang talks about the work of "Our Turn" to mobilize students against sexual violence on campuses across Canada.|
|Asia Pacific Currents December 1 In the last few years, global energy companies have launched an offensive against workers in Australia to slash wages and conditions. Esso workers in Longford, SE Australia are resisting,|
|face2face November 29 Mila and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film "Let There Be Light," fusion energy, yeast excrement, plasma physics, Don Quixote and why science is about getting things wrong.|
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'Writing as Resistance' - Chris Hedges speaks about the role of writers and artists in social changeA talk from the Precarious: ArtsWORK Festival in Peterborough
|Asia Pacific Currents November 29 While South Korean workers had a win with the impeachment of the former President Park, they are still facing many issues, including the continued imprisonment of KCTU leader Han Sang-gyun.|
|Needs No Introduction November 23 Media Democracy Day Keynote speech with Darin Barney and Angela Sterritt|
|face2face November 22 Amanda Lang talks about her new book "The Beauty of Discomfort," meaning, addiction-based science, head to toe joy, change that we choose and why curiosity drives progress.|
|face2face November 21 Pat Mills & Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film Don’t Talk To Irene, gender disparity, bullying, random ideas, freedom & non-conformity and why Geena Davis portraying God is important.|
|Talking Radical Radio November 21 Scott Neigh talks to organizers of the 2018 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar, and its theme of "Awakening Resistance."|
|Asia Pacific Currents November 21 The Global Day of Action against trade union repression gives workers around the world a chance to stand in solidarity with each other and against repression.|
|rabble radio November 16 Kate Story, co-organizer of the Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival, talks to Victoria Fenner about what precarious workers can learn from artists|
"Our People Will Be Healed" - a glimpse of what action-driven decolonization looks like in Manitoba's Norway HouseAlanis Obamsawin talks to David Peck about decolonization in action from the community of Norway House, Manitoba, the power of story & why hope isn’t a big enough word.
|Talking Radical Radio November 14 Navjeet Sidhu and Scott MacDonald talk about the Canadian Labour International Film Festival, a national event now in its ninth year.|
|face2face November 13 David Peck talks to the writer and lead actor in a film about indie music, gender identity, memory & sexuality and the messiness of intimate friendships.|
|Asia Pacific Currents November 13 The demonetization program of the Modi Government in India is emblematic of the cuts that workers under his government are been forced to make|
A thirst for justice - David Kattenburg talks about his lawsuit over two wines from the occupied West BankWhen David Kattenburg saw two wines labeled "Product of Israel" in the Ontario government liquor store, he knew that wasn't true. They're made in Israeli occupied West Bank.
"Meditation Park" - an exploration of love, family and betrayal in the life of a first generation immigrant womanMina Shum and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film 'Meditation Park' - neighbours, Buddhism, the obstacles and triumphs we face & why we’re constantly coming of age.
|Asia Pacific Currents November 8 The situation on Manus Island continues to deteriorate for the refugees abandoned there, but actions in support of them are taking place all over Australia|
|Talking Radical Radio November 7 Kelly Morrissey and Emily Philpott talk about the work of the Ontario Muskrat Solidarity Committee.|
'High Fantasy' - A group of friends swap identities and explore questions about race in South Africa.Jenna Bass talks to Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film 'High Fantasy', the body swap genre, political satire, apartheid, land rights in South Africa, responsibility and racism.
|face2face November 1 David Peck talks to Michael Matthews and Sean Drummond about land rights, Apartheid, heroes and colonization, nationalism, pride & race relations|