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Radio Tadamon! July 5
A 30 minute radio documentary produced by Tadamon! a collective of activists in Montreal working to build solidarity with movements for social & economic justice in Lebanon. This documentary is th
Rabbledocs July 5
Stuart Neatby of CKDU Halifax asks if the proposed "Atlantica" free-trade corridor between Canada and the US is an opportunity for economic revitaliztion, or an attempt at deep economic and cultural i
Redeye July 4
Raven Travelling opened in June at the Vancouver Art Gallery. The show presents nearly 300 of the finest artworks from the past two centuries. Vince Collison, curatorial intern and member of the Haid
Healing the Earth June 30
In our interview, Steven talks about different aspects of revolutionary environmentalism, which he sees as the bridging of environmental issues with analyses of race, class, gender, and other oppressi
The Green Planet Monitor June 29
Judging from this latest voice transmission, human beings are poisoning their planet.
Redeye June 29
Soup kitchens and food banks are expected to pick up the slack when government policies don't meet the needs of poor people. Charities in Victoria, B.C. are questioning their role.
Needs No Introduction June 28
Veteran White House bureau chief, Helen Thomas, speaks out against the Bush government and the press at the Media Giraffe Conference in Amherst, Mass.
Reel Women June 28
Still humming on a buzz from Serenity, Judy decided to screen Underworld. Meanwhile in a darker part of town, Cathi found Night Watch hiding in her mailbox and she's been screaming about it ever since
The Shades Within June 28
In this episode, Anna gets to see some of Jo’burg. Then she sees it through someone else's eyes.<p>
rabble radio June 26
Keith worries about war and peace, Our DVDiva is all over horror, Jen Moore casts a gendered eye on the digital divide. Plus, a soundseeing tour of an Algonquin Park trail. And, the music of Harris Ne
Archived June 26
Our host, Paul Okrutny, gets invited to a rooftop concert by a Calcutta musician and his family.
Redeye June 26
A look behind the media reports of growing waitlists and short-staffed emergency rooms to the real differences between healthcare north and south of the border.
Archived, Homebrew June 23
Kathy Marshall, Executive Director of Womenspace, says the world of Information Communication Technologies, or ICTs, is male-dominated territory. She and other cyberfeminists are taking up the challen
Tim Postgate’s Canadian Jazz Life June 23
In this episode I pick some of my fave show's coming up in this year's Jazz Festival. Also, an interview with vocalist, owner and manager of Toronto jazz venue; The Red Guitar.
Redeye June 22
Sedef Arat-Koc is one of a group of people alarmed both by the media coverage and by the statements of politicians and pundits following the arrests of alleged terrorists earlier this month.
Redeye June 20
Clean Air Radio sent out its first broadcast last week from an on-ramp near the Port Mann bridge in the Lower Mainland.
CitizenShift June 20
Another special presentation of the Homeless Nation podcast. This episode features poet, Bud Osbourn, who waxes philosophical about the values he's nurtured in his life. To learn more, visit: homeless
Tim Postgate’s Canadian Jazz Life June 18
This is the debut, the big moment, the test, the pioneer jazz podcast...I chose to play some of my own music from my recent Cd; the Tim Posgate Hornband featuring Howard Johnson. Also there is a coupl
Archived June 18
Engineers Without Borders member, Paul Okrutny sends his first dispatch from India, an interview with a worker with the Institute for Indian Mother and Child.
Archived June 18
Enron convictions and a new documentary inspire Matt & chris to rant.
The Green Planet Monitor June 16
Human beings reflect on the impact they've had on their planet, and the major changes they'll have to go through in order to survive.
Radio Tadamon! June 16
Listen to a radio documentary produced by Radio TADAMON! on Burj el-Shemali refugee camp, located on the outskirts of the southern Lebanese city of Tyre and home to upwards of 20 000 Palestinian refug
Redeye June 15
900 delegates at the CUPE Ontario convention passed a resolution supporting an international boycott against Israel for its policies towards Palestinians.
The Shades Within June 14
Anna's first day finds her discovering the answer to the first of all those questions, and she finds herself transformed... but not quite into what she expected.
Archived June 14
Why, is something else happening in the world this month other than the World Cup?
Reel Women June 13
A Cathi camp classic "Valley of the Dolls" comes out on DVD today! Plus Judy goes ga ga over Joss Whedon's space oater "Serenity."
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
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.