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Talking Radical Radio October 19
Basia Sokal and Arlyn Doran talk about shop floor organizing by postal workers in Winnipeg.
face2face October 18
 The Nest Collective on 'Tuko Macho,' African voices, identity and why extreme o
Jim and George and I about "Tuko Macho," The Nest Collective, an African generational voice, identity and internal voices and why extreme order is surreal.
Needs No Introduction October 18
From Octopus Books in Ottawa, author and journalist Waubgeshig Rice talks to Lawrence Hill about his novel "The Illegal."
Redeye October 18
Sanctions are crippling the efforts of aid workers in Syria as the country faces a humanitarian catastrophe, according to a recent UN report leaked to Rania Khalek of the Electronic Intifada.
Redeye October 17
Image: Flickr/Robert Thivierge
After 50 years of war that killed thousands and displaced millions, the Colombian government signed a peace deal with the FARC guerillas. But on October 2, Colombians voted to reject the peace accord.
Redeye October 16
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Micheal Vonn of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association says it’s imperative for Canadians to participate if they have concerns about the new security powers brought in under Bill C-51.
face2face October 14
Robert Cenedella on Art Bastard, The "Art Game" & a Narrow Minded Establishment
Robert and I talk about his new film "Art Bastard," how not to play the "art game," the narrow-minded establishment, and what isn't art.
face2face October 12
Orlando von Einsiedel & Joanna Natasegara, The White Helmets, Syria
On today's TIFF episode, I talk to Orlando and Joanna about their moving new film "The White Helmets," Syria, courage and doing the right thing in the face of fear.
Talking Radical Radio October 12
Helen Knott talks about the grassroots opposition among Indigenous people to the proposed Site C dam.
Redeye October 11
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The land in Papua New Guinea is almost entirely controlled by local communities. Yet a legal loophole has allowed foreign companies to log and export tropical wood from the country.
face2face October 11
Fred Peabody on Speaking Truth to Power, Unplugging and Pressure From Below
Peabody and I talk about his new film "All Governments Lie: Truth, Deception and the Spirit of I.F. Stone," speaking truth to power, unplugging from the mainstream and good journalism.
Asia Pacific Currents October 10
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Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and interview with Shivani, union organizer, on the continuing Honda protests.
face2face October 7
Hugh Gibson on his film The Stairs, Harm Reduction Care, Addiction and Toronto
Hugh and I talk about his new film, "harm reduction care," addictions, empathy, compassion and "Toronto: The Not So Good."
face2face October 6
Gave Lindo on Reel World, Storytelling, Opportunity for Change & Empathy in Film
Gave and I talk about The Reel World Film Festival, storytelling, and creating opportunities for people to act through dialogue, empathy and film.
Talking Radical Radio October 5
Sarah Hipworth and Luke Stewart talk about the book "Let Them Stay: U.S. War Resisters in Canada 2004-2016."
face2face October 4
Marc Forster on broken relationships, filmmaking, and silence as a form of expre
Mark and I talk about his film "All I See Is You," broken relationships, our shifting attention, expectations, loneliness and why it's so important to realize that sometimes all we have is each other.
Redeye October 4
Maude Barlow was in Vancouver on Sept. 29 to celebrate the launch of her latest book "Boiling Point" about Canada's water crisis. She shared the stage with scientist and activist David Suzuki.
face2face October 3
Marie Noelle on 'Marie Curie,' gender disparity, focus, passion and the limitati
Marie and I talk about knowledge, gender disparity, about focus and passion and how her new film touches on both the beauty and the limitations of science.
Redeye October 3
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Treaty 8 Nations were before the Federal Court of Appeal in Montreal in September, saying that B.C. Hydro's plans to flood a swath of their territory constitute an infringement of their treaty rights.
Asia Pacific Currents October 3
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Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and analysis of the workers' movement in South Korea.
rabble radio September 30
A look at the corporate march across the farmlands of Canada and the rest of the world.
Redeye September 28
On September 6, the B.C. Supreme Court began hearing Cambie Surgeries Corp's constitutional challenge to the Medicare Protection Act. Colleen Fuller says the case poses a grave threat to our system.
Talking Radical Radio September 28
Gabriel Allahdua talks about journeying to Ottawa to demand justice for migrant farm workers as part of the Harvesting Freedom caravan.
Redeye September 27
Jules Boykoff is a former athlete with the U.S. men's national soccer team. He currently teaches political science at Pacific University in Portland, Oregon. Boykoff spoke in Vancouver July 18.
Redeye September 26
Geologists say that humanity's impact on the Earth has been so profound that it's ushered in a whole new, deeply unstable, geological era, which they are calling the Anthropocene.
Asia Pacific Currents September 26
Worker cuts knit fabric in a ready made garment factory in Bangladesh. Photo cre
Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and 34 workers killed in factory fire in Bangladesh.
The Strange Copper Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes September 26
The Strange Wax Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes - image of Edison wax cylinder play
A rollicking Canadian steampunk adventure and a companion to the Harrowsmith Now treasure hunt, The Strange Copper Cylinders of Thaddeus Barnes.
face2face September 25
Adrian Sitaru on The Fixer, Journalism, Abuse and Human Behaviour
Sitaru's new film, which screened at TIFF, chronicles a Romanian journalist's moral quandary when a sex scandal gives him a chance at a big break.
face2face September 23
Jonas Mekas on refugees, ignoring Hollywood, poetry and ambient noise
Jonas and I talked about refugees and memory, about ambient noise, poetry and the new film "I Had Nowhere To Go" and why he's spent a lifetime ignoring Hollywood.
face2face September 22
Avi Nesher on his new film 'Past Life,' justice, truth, memory and reconciliatio
Avi and I talked about his brilliant and beautiful new film "Past Life," and letting go, about justice, pessimism and why he believes we need to "let life take over."