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The Simple Journalists March 17
Episode Seven is a special edition on the Ontario college strike. Joey and Andrea walk up and down the picket line at Mohawk College to get some answers from our fellow teachers. A few calls are made
Redeye March 17
The village of Bil'in has become the focus of protests against the wall that is separating Palestinian villagers from their fields. Jon Elmer is a Canadian photographer and journalist who has just ret
Archived March 16
In this episode we chat with Sally Kotsopoulos and other employees at Ryerson's Early Childhood Centre about creating safe, happy and engaging learning environments for children.
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension March 16
In this episode, Alert speaks with Manitoban journalist Colleen Simard about past, present and potential Chiefs of Norway House, Manitoba. Mordecai Briemberg of CanPal Vancouver and the Redeye radio
Rabblevision March 16
A short video of interviews with a few guys living on the street in Toronto.
Archived March 16
Today I'm reading the beginning of one of my all-time favorite books, Black Beauty. Come and listen to the first couple of chapters of the book that changed the way many people around the world thoug
Africafiles: The Pulse March 15
Canada is home to scores of black communities from Africa and the diaspora. Whose history should be reflected in the month-long Black History Month? Are changes to how we celebrate BHM necessary?....f
Sizzle March 15
We take advantage of some brief unseasonably warm weather to light the coals and grill up some chicken satays and a side of asparagus.
Needs No Introduction March 15
A panel discussion recorded at the World Social Forum in Caracas, Venezuela, featuring Thomas Pinaya, Edgardo Lander, Hena Vargas and Soberto Savio. Recorded by Kim Elliott January 29, 2006.
Archived March 15
What is going on with the guys? A new, much hyped web site makes young men look stupid. Plus, a plan for virtual girlfriends on your cell phone has Cathi and Nora wondering....are young men stupid?
Redeye March 15
When Canadian Pacific stopped using their Arbutus railway line, they asked the city of Vancouver to re-zone it for commerical development. When the city refused, CPR took them all the way to the Supre
Archived March 13
The big electronics hoo-ha (more on that later), Cebit, just happened in Hanover, Germany. Cathi and Nora yap about the must-have gadgets promised there. Plus, how are you going to get enough juice
Archived, Rabble Rumble March 13
In the final episode of the debate about killer female film leads, both Cathi Bond and Judy Rebick give their closing statements.
Redeye March 13
Now the federal election is over, some political parties are calling for a debate over Canadian involvement in Afghanistan, an issue all the parties ignored during the campaign.
Redeye March 12
An interview with Kathryn O'Hara, one of 4 people appointed by the board of the CMAJ to review the events that led to the firing of editor Dr. John Hoey and senior deputy editor Anne Marie Todkill.
Archived March 10
What if you could take rapid transit without having to squish in beside all kinds of other commuters? Would you kiss your car goodbye? What if we said you could keep some cool 80s-style Porsche acces
Redeye March 10
Mordecai Briemberg went to see the film and share his thoughts. Also in this show, a conversation with artist Claudia Bernal about her show "Monument to Ciudad Juarez"
Archived March 9
Join me to hear the story of how a "lowly" tailor became a clever king!
Archived March 8
Has The Green Revolution replaced the food crisis with a water crisis? New scientific info suggests we may be in deep! Plus, when is a combine more like a jet airplane? When it's equiped with the l
Redeye March 8
This was the headline of an editorial published by the Globe and Mail on February 15. Samah Sabawi challenged the writer, Marcus Gee, on his sources for the article.
The Simple Journalists March 6
A dash of spice, a pinch of sass and a teaspoon of attitude is what we bring you in episode 6. This week's show focuses on the sticky situations that the SJs got themselves into. Along with some Oscar
Archived March 6
No muss, no fuss! Why worry about popping pills at the right time when you can moderate your body's chemicals with...an enzyme computer! Plus, why the recording industry association in the States wa
House of Sound and Story March 6
A conversation with Dr. Sandi Curtis, Music Therapist and Head of the School of Music at the University of Windsor, about the work she does with music and domestic abuse survivors.
Archived, Rabble Rumble March 6
Cathi Bond sounds off about 'masculine' and 'feminine' types of violence and power in her latest rebuttal.
Redeye March 6
Whistler council just voted to allow operation of their wastewater system to go to a private company. One of the bidders is Vivendi. The Council of Canadians see this as the thin edge of the wedge.
Healing the Earth March 5
Environmentalist, prolific activist, and refugee hopeful, Tre Arrow has been incarcerated in Canada for over two years. He is being imprisoned while awaiting a possible extradition to the United State
Redeye March 5
Immigration lawyer and activist Zool Suleman comments on Day's plans to bring in a national ID card for Canadians, as well as armed border guards and an American-style border patrol.
rabble radio March 5
This week, a feature interview with documentarian Alfred Neremberg, best known for his feature documentary "Stupidity." rabble radio's U.S. columnist calls up Neremberg in his Toronto home t
Archived March 3
Can a 14 year old, her robot, and gang of friends on another planet be the answer to massive media corporations' 21st century blues? Nora thinks so; Cath's not so sure. Meanwhile, Cathi's jonesing fo
Redeye March 3
A massive port expansion planned for Delta in the Lower Mainland will bring three times as many container vessels to the region. Ned Jacobs says Vancouver can ill afford the pollution that will follow

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