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face2face November 27
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It's not an either/or -- Fisher Stevens and Malcolm Venville talk about the film "And We Go Green," exploring how electric cars can preserve the sport of racing and also cut down emissions.
The Hum Podcast November 27
Jeeti Poonir and Baljit Sangra. Image: Gilad Cohen.
Jeeti Pooni and director Baljit Sangra discuss their documentary about how the justice system can better support survivors of sexual abuse, especially for women of colour and immigrants.
Talking Radical Radio November 26
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Rachel Huot talks about the emergence of a network of parents committed to fighting the cuts to public education in Ontario.
RadioLabour November 22
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RadioLabour's Canada Report: Labour has condemned a U.S. policy change which says that Israeli settlements in Palestine are legal.
face2face November 22
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Director Jan Komasa talks to Face2Face host David Peck talk about contradictions of religion in his new film "Corpus Christi" set in the Polish Bible Belt of the U.S.
rabble radio November 21
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Activist and radio host Stefan Christoff tells us about the grassroots campaign to fight the deportation of Guinean refugees from Canada.
Talking Radical Radio November 19
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Burcu Emeç talks about the efforts of an artist-run centre to challenge systemic barriers in their own work and in the city.
RadioLabour November 15
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RadioLabour's Canada Report: Teachers in Ontario are for students and against cuts to education -- an interview with ETFO president Sam Hammond.
rabble radio November 14
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It was good news when Edwin Espinel was released on bail from a Honduran prison, but his Canadian mother-in-law says it presents more danger that he could be ordered back to prison.
face2face November 13
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Based on the novel by Caitlin Moran, the film "How To Build a Girl" is an irreverent coming-of-age comedy about being a girl.
The Hum Podcast November 13
Shaparak Shajarizadeh, Iranian women's rights activist. Image: Gilad Cohen
Shaparak Shajarizadeh discusses Iran's gender dynamics, her struggles with survivor's guilt, and what Canada's role should be in promoting gender equality.
Talking Radical Radio November 12
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Sheila Sampath of Shameless Magazine talks about the Talking Back Feminist Media Conference.
RadioLabour November 8
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RadioLabour Canada Report: Teachers and other education workers are fighting Ford government cuts. Also, how Chicago teachers won.
rabble radio November 7
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Corvin Russell talks to activist, writer and educator Carlos Torres about the roots of the protests in Chile and the on the ground events of the past two weeks.
face2face November 6
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Garin Hovannisian and Serj Tankian talk to David Peck talk about their film documenting how one man's journey on foot through Armenia inspired a revolution of hearts and minds.
Talking Radical Radio November 5
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Sakura Saunders and Lisa Cameron talk about the Halifax Workers Action Centre and the fight for the rights of low-wage and precarious workers.
RadioLabour November 1
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RadioLabour Canada Report: How Unifor's Canadian Freelance Union represents independent media workers. And more.
rabble radio October 31
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Kayla Weiler, Ontario rep for the Canadian Federation of Students talks about early indicators of fallout from the Student Choice Initiative and status of the lawsuit launched by the CFS.
The Hum Podcast October 30
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Catholic Church sexual abuse survivor Rod MacLeod joins director Matt Gallagher to discuss the film which documents his struggle with trauma and how the Church has failed to support survivors.
face2face October 30
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Jaren Hayman and Garry James talk to David Peck about their controversial film exploring racism in what has been called one of the biggest trafficking hubs in the country.
Talking Radical Radio October 29
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Jessi Taylor talks about the campaign to Save Clinic 554, a practice that is a rare source of abortion services, trans care and specialized care for other marginalized populations in New Brunswick.
RadioLabour October 25
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RadioLabour Canada Report: Help needed for the millions hidden in global supply chains.
rabble radio October 24
Rachel Notley. Image: Connor Mah/Flickr
A new book explores the track records, and the rise and the fall of 10 women premiers in Canada, asking the question, "did they approach politics differently than men?"
face2face October 23
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Hugo Weaving, Bolude Watson, Ben Lawrence and Andrew Luri talk to Face2Face host David Peck about their new film about PTSD, the power of family and the responsibilities of journalists.
Talking Radical Radio October 22
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Joe Curnow and Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land talk about the work of Millennium For All to challenge airport-like security measures instituted earlier this year at the public library in downtown Winnipeg.
RadioLabour October 18
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RadioLabour Canada Report: Seven women protesting the death of temporary workers arrested while occupying Doug Ford's constituency office.
face2face October 17
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Gardening for the planet, gardening for your own well being -- TV series director Ian Toews and Face2Face host David Peck talk about the ways that gardening helps people and society.
The Hum Podcast October 16
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Bianca Mercer and "Conviction" co-director Nance Ackerman discuss the enduring stigma of life after prison, and why they believe in the necessity of community-based rehabilitation.
rabble radio October 15
An election polling station in 2015. Image: Ishmael Daro/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg has been covering elections for more years than he wants to say. He looks ahead to e-day and the possibilities for Canada's next Parliament.
face2face October 11
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"Change Your World" explores how the self-help industry contributes to victim-blaming politics and doesn't do a lot of good in the long run. Author Michael Ungar talks about his new book.