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#84 - Water doesn't flow like money
March 24, 2009
| World water day address from a resident of Fort Chipweyan, auto workers strive for balance, music from across Canada, and AIG reflections from Keith.
Who Are You?
Mennonites: Exploration of identity on the edge of tech
January 28, 2009
| First in a 9-week feature series on identity and technology. Rabbletv and rabble.ca will also feature parts of this project.
12:01 minutes (6.89 MB)
#76 - Whistle. STOP.
October 20, 2008
| Native protestors give the Spirit Train what for, Susan Nathan on Arab-Israeli Life, Keith sees the light at the end of the election tunnel, and LAL drop the tunes.
#75 - Come join our party
October 6, 2008
| Election opinions from the streets of Whitehorse. Music from Maryem Tollar. An invitation to our party. A debate-choosing guide from Keith. Ian Angus on the election and the environment.
#74 - Rushdie, Lewis, and campaign cogitation
September 23, 2008
| Salman Rushdie on his latest novel, Stephen Lewis on the Canadian Government, the streets of Vancouver, U.S. troubles, and the best election-time movies.
#73 - Eat this election fever
September 8, 2008
| Keith talks about John McCain's running mate, organic foods and how we choose them, music from Entire Cities, and the reel women head back to the 50s.
Rabble Radio #72: Art is life
August 25, 2008
| Trumpeter and poet Jason Selman talks culture, Keith crosses the border, the reel women aren't there, and rabble podcast network's newest show, The Ruckus, brings us a tune.
#71 - Our world, ourselves
August 11, 2008
| Again! Again! In this episode a scientist explains the depth of climate change, reel women travel Across The Universe, and Vancouver's Aboriginal Transformative Justice Society explains their methods.
#69 - rabble radio's wayback machine
July 14, 2008
| Journalist and refugee Farai Gonzo tells her story, a tale of migration in two voices, Keith thinks presidential candidates aren't good entertainment, and reel women take on American Gangster.
#68 - The power of words
July 2, 2008
| A feature interview with author Rawi Hage, who has won the IMPAC Dublin Literary Award, Keith Gottschalk's swear-y tribute to George Carlin, and music from the Sunshine Variety Club.
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