Charlotte Scott

Podcast
Nov 23, 2006

Where Credit is Due

Rabbledocs
A documentary about microcredit by Sean Kelly
Podcast
Oct 27, 2006

Tariq Ali: Imperial Blues

Needs No Introduction
A Public Lecture by TARIQ ALI - IMPERIAL BLUES: Afghanistan, Lebanon, Iraq and Palestine
Podcast
Oct 14, 2006

Dark McGill

Off the Hour
Charlotte takes an audio tour exploring McGill's dark history.
Podcast
Oct 13, 2006

The Shouting Mountain

Rabbledocs
What does a border sound like? An audio portrait of a family in Majdal Shams in the Golan Heights separated since 1967 by a minefield. Listen in Stereo.
Podcast
Aug 3, 2006

Tyendinaga: People of the Land. Part 4 of 4.

Rabbledocs
<p>The Way Ahead: future challenges</p> <p> From February to May 2006, students at Ohahase Education Centre on the <a href= "http://www.tyendinaga.net">Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory</a> west of Kingsto
Podcast
Jul 27, 2006

Tyendinaga: People of the Land. Part 3 of 4.

Rabbledocs
<p>Present Defence: current struggles</p> <p> From February to May 2006, students at Ohahase Education Centre on the <a href= "http://www.tyendinaga.net">Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory</a> west of Kingst
Podcast
Jul 20, 2006

Tyendinaga: People of the Land. Part 2 of 4.

Rabbledocs
<p>Past Tense: the burdens of history</p> <p> From February to May 2006, students at Ohahase Education Centre on the <a href= "http://www.tyendinaga.net">Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory</a> west of Kingst
Podcast
Jul 13, 2006

Tyendinaga: People of the Land. Part 1 of 4.

Rabbledocs
<p>First Words: the meaning of the land</p> <p> From February to May 2006, students at Ohahase Education Centre on the <a href= "http://www.tyendinaga.net">Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory</a> west of King
Podcast
Jul 5, 2006

Breaching Atlantica

Rabbledocs
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
Podcast
May 16, 2006

Kenya - A Mine Contraversy

Rabbledocs
A documentary on the human rights &amp; environmental impacts of a titanium mine to be constructed in Kwale, a coastal region located in the south-east of Kenya. Produced by Zahra Moloo of CKUT Radio'
Podcast
May 8, 2006

Dr. Michael Geist: Our Own Creative Land

Needs No Introduction
Dr. Michael Geist presents Our Own Creative Land: Cultural Monopoly and the Trouble with Copyright, at Hart House, University of Toronto, March 30, 2006.
Podcast
Apr 6, 2006

The Ghosts of Hate Radio

Rabbledocs
April 6th, 2006 marks the twelth anniversary of the Rwandan genocide, 100 days of violence in 1994 that left 800,000 people dead. Hate radio played a major role in the bloodshed, and it has left deep
Podcast
Mar 29, 2006

Hon. Flora MacDonald at the Canadian Club of Toronto

Needs No Introduction
Canadian political pioneer and human rights crusader Hon. Flora MacDonald speaks at the Canadian Club luncheon in her honour, receiving the 2006 EVE Award from Equal Voice for her political and social
Podcast
Mar 27, 2006

China and Foreign Policy, Part II: Dr. Arne Kislenko

Needs No Introduction
In this two-part series, Dr. Richard Burton and Dr. Arne Kislenko discuss the socio-economic history of China and China's role in current international affairs. Presented March 22, 2006 at Ryerson Uni
Podcast
Mar 24, 2006

China and Foreign Policy, Part I: Dr. Richard Burton

Needs No Introduction
In this two-part series, Dr. Richard Burton and Dr. Arne Kislenko discuss the socio-economic history of China and China's role in current international affairs. Presented March 22, 2006 at Ryerson Uni
Podcast
Mar 20, 2006

There's a Glacier in Our Sink

Rabbledocs
Where does our water come from? Where does it go? Tara Narwani and Paul Steenhuisen trace the path of their drinking water from it's source in the Columbia Icefields, through farmlands, to their sink
Podcast
Mar 16, 2006

Episode 2: Sally Kotsopoulos

Archived
In this episode we chat with Sally Kotsopoulos and other employees at Ryerson's Early Childhood Centre about creating safe, happy and engaging learning environments for children.
Podcast
Mar 15, 2006

The Future of the Forum

Needs No Introduction
A panel discussion recorded at the World Social Forum in Caracas, Venezuela, featuring Thomas Pinaya, Edgardo Lander, Hena Vargas and Soberto Savio. Recorded by Kim Elliott January 29, 2006.
Podcast
Feb 28, 2006

Episode 1: Lisa Anderson

Archived
In our inaugural episode we chat with Lisa Anderson, coordinator of Women in Engineering at Ryerson University. Why does society make it hard for women to get excited about careers in science? What ca
Podcast
Feb 23, 2006

A Piece of Paradise

Rabbledocs
A documentary about land and people by Sean Kelly. Join Sean as he travels to Vanuatu in the South Pacific, and explores the meaning of land ownership in a communal society. Produced in partnership wi
Podcast
Nov 29, 2005

Robert Fisk at UofT

Needs No Introduction
Robert Fisk speaks about his experiences as a foreign correspondent in the Middle East. Presented November 23, 2005 at the McMillan Theatre, University of Toronto.

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