Redeye

Redeye

On the issues of the day - political, social and cultural - Redeye digs deeper. Open your ears to alternative voices. Hear incisive and challenging interviews with activists and progressive thinkers. Produced by an independent media collective, broadcasting over 25 years on Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
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The Poverty Olympics

February 6, 2008
| The mascots for these games are Itchy the Bed Bug, Chewy the Rat and Creepy the Cockroach and there are no winners. We talk to one of the organizers.
Length: 15:49
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The Red Indians

February 5, 2008
| A new book by activist and Native Studies scholar Peter Kulchyski looks at the history of Aboriginal people's struggles in Canada.
Length: 13:18
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Gaza breakout

February 4, 2008
| Last month hundreds of thousands of Palestinians broke through the wall with Egypt to get the necessities of life. Reverend Robert Assaly explains why.
Length: 15:37
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Frank Paul inquiry

February 3, 2008
| It's taken 9 years for the province to agree to hold a public inquiry into the death of a First Nations man dumped by police, drunk and unconscious, in an alley in East Vancouver.
Length: 10:16
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Media coverage of the Laibar Singh case

January 31, 2008
| Judy Rebick and Naomi Klein are among those who have signed a letter of complaint to the CRTC about media coverage of the case of a paralyzed Indian man seeking refugee status in Canada.
Length: 16:01
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The Black Rider

January 30, 2008
| Laura Lamb reviews this theatrical collaboration between Tom Waits, William Burroughs and Robert Wilson.
Length: 13:32
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My Name is Rachel Corrie

January 28, 2008
| Sarah Stanley and Marcus Youseff discuss their production of this controversial play.
Length: 12:45
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Cool farming

January 25, 2008
| Agriculture is a major source of global warming. We talk with the author of a report that says farming could be converted from part of the problem to part of the solution.
Length: 16:05
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The importance of Internet neutrality

January 24, 2008
| Internet service providers are beginning to chip away at the free exchange of information for the sake of ideology or profit.
Length: 13:07
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Why we need a public inquiry into the Mulroney-Schreiber affair

January 23, 2008
| Geoffrey Stevens says more people believe Elvis is still alive than believe Brian Mulroney. But he still says we need a public inquiry into his dealings with Karlheinz Schreiber.
Length: 14:14