Victoria Fenner

Podcast
May 18, 2017
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Bold ideas for health-care reform

radio book lounge
Dr. Danielle Martin talks about her book "Better Now: Six Big Ideas to Improve Health Care for All" at Progress Summit 2017.
Podcast
May 4, 2017
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They're having an election in B.C.

rabble radio
B.C. has long been known for its polarized politics. This election is no exception. Listen to a roundup of the issues as Canada's West Coast heads towards its May 9 election.
Podcast
Apr 20, 2017
Jessica Sikora, John Clarke, Avi Lewis, Guy Caron and Josephine Grey

Universal basic income: Yea or nay?

Needs No Introduction
Will a guaranteed basic income release people from the poverty trap or keep them in it? A spirited debate exploring the issues from both sides and all points between.
Podcast
Oct 21, 2011
Around the World with a Microphone

The Roaming Ear, episode 10: Street Music Manifesto

The Roaming Ear
Street Music Manifesto is about creating streetscapes that we like... full of life and music. With accordian stylings by Katie Romain of Windsor and sounds of Prague by Andrea Dancer.
Podcast
Aug 5, 2010

The Roaming Ear - Episode 9 - 'Fair Trade crafts''

The Roaming Ear
When you're on vacation, the low prices of weavings, jewellery and other crafts is very tempting. A visit to a Guatemalan marketplace to explore What is Fair Trade?
Podcast
Dec 7, 2009

Episode 7 - Portraits of Appalachia

The Roaming Ear
You Can't Miss It - For a newcomer, it is very difficult to navigate the Appalachian mountains of Kentucky. A circular audio tour that brings listeners to surprising places.
Podcast
Aug 23, 2009

Episode 6 - Two from South Asia

The Roaming Ear
Victoria Fenner revisits her trip to India, Nepal and Sri Lanka in 2006 and plays two of her favourite documentaries. Originally aired on The Green Planet Monitor.
Podcast
Jul 26, 2009

Episode 5 - Meeting Place - Parliament Hill

The Roaming Ear
At the turn of the century, Victoria spent the summer recording the sounds of Ottawa and turning them into documentary poems. This is her slightly irreverent take on Parliament Hill.
Podcast
Jan 7, 2008

Kenya Before the Storm

House of Sound and Story
Victoria Fenner reflects on her time in Kenya in the fall before the election.
Podcast
May 13, 2007

Millions of Gods and Goddesses

House of Sound and Story
An exploration of spirit through sound in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. With temple bells, pujas, fishermen singing and hauling in nets and words of wisdom by spiritual beings along the way.
Podcast
May 13, 2007

Millions of Gods and Goddesses

House of Sound and Story
An exploration of spirit through sound in India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. With temple bells, pujas, fishermen singing and hauling in nets and words of wisdom by spiritual beings along the way.
Podcast
Jul 10, 2006

Sweet Waltz, Bitter Waltz

House of Sound and Story
An advance listen of a brand new CD by the excellent musical duo <strong>Teach Yourself Piano</strong>. &nbsp; An evocative, exquisite blend of piano, strings, sometimes trumpet and a whole lot more,
Podcast
Mar 6, 2006

I Want to Be Free

House of Sound and Story
A conversation with Dr. Sandi Curtis, Music Therapist and Head of the School of Music at the University of Windsor, about the work she does with music and domestic abuse survivors.
Podcast
Feb 12, 2006

The Edge of Extreme - Part Two

House of Sound and Story
The challenges of getting three (interesting) square meals north of the Arctic Circle. Whale blubber .. yum!<br />
Podcast
Dec 2, 2005

The Edge of Extreme - Part One

House of Sound and Story
In 2002, Victoria Fenner went to Cambridge Bay, a hamlet in Nunavut on the edge of the tundra. This program explores the minimal, yet varied soundscape of life in the far north.
Podcast
Nov 9, 2005

Episode 1: Poem for Peace in Many Voices

House of Sound and Story
London, Ontario poet Penn Kemp's &quot;Poem for Peace in Two Voices&quot; has  been translated into over 100 languages and read aloud by 3,000 people around the world.
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