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Comeuppance June 13
An old woman goes to the market to take her mind off of herself.
CitizenShift June 13
<br /> A special presentation of the Homeless Nation podcast. This episode features Haybail Mike Mckerracher, a Vancouver singer-songwriter whose music reflects his life on the street. To learn more,
Redeye June 13
When Dr. Everett Chambers hospital in Fredericton announced it would stop providing abortions, women in New Brunswick are not sure where they can turn if they can't afford to pay a private clinic.
Reel Women June 13
A Cathi camp classic &quot;Valley of the Dolls&quot; comes out on DVD today! Plus Judy goes ga ga over Joss Whedon's space oater &quot;Serenity.&quot;
radio book lounge June 13
In this episode Matt chats with J. Hillis Miller during the 2006 Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences at York University in Toronto, Ontario. Miller talks about how Toni Morrison's Beloved c
Archived June 12
Comparing Us and Canadian Blogging and Podcasting.
rabble radio June 11
In this episode, Frieda Wierden, the mastermind behind the Women's International News Gathering Service talks about her love for radio, the Lascivious Biddies take the stage, and DVDiva muses compelli
Redeye June 10
Laura Lamb has spent a lot of time in art schools - both as a student and a teacher. She shares her thoughts on the new satire by Terry Zwigoff.
Rabblevision June 10
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Off the Hour June 8
This is the first of a weekly series of podcasts by the CKUT community news collective in Montreal. The first of this series is a compilation of a week long broadcast on migration struggles in Montrea
Comeuppance June 8
A story about a contest of labour and wit.
The Green Planet Monitor June 8
Human beings can't decide how exactly their planet came to be. They have plenty of imaginative ideas.
Redeye June 8
Rachel Corrie was crushed to death by an Israeli bulldozer while defending a Palestinian home against demolition. A new play explores her writing.
Archived June 6
Carly Burns and Pat Ryan intro themselves and Hiphop 101<br /> email us at
Redeye June 6
Since the end of the Sadat regime 25 years ago, popular pressure for democracy has been repressed. But a year and a half ago there was a revival which is shaking up the current regime.
The Green Planet Monitor June 2
According to a man named Ramsey Clark, former chief law enforcement officer of Earth's most powerful nation, the government he once served has committed war crimes.
Redeye June 2
A review of a new film by Swedish filmmaker Lina Makboul about Leila Khaled who hijacked two planes in 1969 and 1970.
Redeye June 1
Five men are still being held in Canada with no charges laid against them and without the right to see evidence against them. We speak with Matthew Behrens of the Campaign Against Secret Trials.
Reel Women June 1
Judy got all warm and fuzzy the first time she saw &quot;Scared Sacred.&quot; Cathi simply saw red when she screened &quot;Munich.&quot;
The Simple Journalists May 31
In this episode Ashley and Andrea deliver the SJ goods sans Joey. Yes it's sad but the show must go on! So come check it out it's a hot one! Andrea talks sex and Ashley's gonna help all the ladies
Redeye May 31
First-hand accounts are slowly surfacing of the treatment of protesters in San Salvador Atenco in Mexico. We speak with Felicitas Treue of the Collective against Torture and Impunity in Mexico City.
Needs No Introduction May 30
This is the second in a three-part series of talks from the Social Change Institute, held at Hollyhock on Cortes Island in early May. This time out, Van Jones, an environmentalist, social justice advo
CitizenShift May 30
Tivon Thompson, a twelve-year-old high school student interviews educators and social workers in Little Burgundy, Montreal, on ways to improve relations between the Montreal police department and dise
Redeye May 30
The nuclear industry is touting nuclear power as the clean-air solution to the upcoming energy crisis. John Bennett of the Sierra Club of Canada begs to differ.
Africafiles: The Pulse May 28
Aids, war and landmines continue to kill many Africans. But some people are determined to make Africa a better place for her citizens
rabble radio May 28
In episode 21, we'll hear from the movers and shakers behind a startup democracy thinktank, Keith finds his personal freedom well kept under U.S. government lock and key, DVDiva admits her love of dis
Redeye May 28
A new report look at how the way that cities grow affects the health of the people who live in them.
Archived May 26
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Redeye May 26
Early immigrants arrived in Canada with few material possessions but a rich cultural heritage, which included music and song. Once here, the music of migrants from all over the world cross-fertilized
The Shades Within May 25
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