It is our LAST SHOW. Yes, Cam and I are leaving The Monday Morning After but not the lovely arms of CKUT. Listen to hear from Vanessa, who will be taking over the show.
Plus my conversation with the artists Patrick Beaulieu and Daniel Canty about their three-part odyssey, traversing North America, visiting small town America and coming away with pretty incredible insights. They’re currently working on a retrospective of these three voyages – Vector Monarcha; Ventury; and Vegas Odyssey. Stay tuned to the websites for more information.
The headlines from Democracy Now! Plus Cam speaks with Antonio Bavaro, MC of this year’s ACCM Cabaret at Sala Rossa. Then it’s the last Bike Lane EVER on CKUT! Listen up! And keep in touch with me and Cam. Because we love you.
First Hour Listen: Today on the show, my conversation with the folks at the new art space Rats 9 about their 2013 programming and the new Switched Off Sound event, featuring sound artists in a black box for your listening, not viewing, pleasure.
Then it’s Margo’s monthly weather segment and an inspirational talk on creativity from the artist Jamie Hewlett.
Second Hour Listen:
The headlines from Democracy Now! and Cam’s weekly Bike Lane, all up in your business, just how you like it.
Listen live every Monday from 7-9am or download the podcast at ckut.ca.
We bring you a true-life story from yours truly, Taylor Tower, about growing up with bullies in Portland, Oregon. Then contributor Kenny Hedges walks us through the history of television and a few of of the shows he’s excited about moving into 2013.
Today on the show contributor Jen Bieber interviews documentary filmmaker Jesse Freestonabout his three-part project for tele sur about the experience of journalists in Honduras, the state of the US economy, and the Occupy Movement one year later.
This week on The Monday Morning After we have an interview with Dr. Louis Patrick Lerouxabout his book Dialogues fantasques pour causeurs éperdus. Leroux is an associate professor in both the Department of English and Département d’études françaises at Concordia University in Montreal. Dialogues fantasques pour causeurs éperdus combines dramatic dialogues with thoughts on the creative process, giving readers a new take on what it means to create as both an artistic and academic exercise.
Plus contributor Jen Bieber brings us an interview with Tye Hunt, Operations Manager with Compost Montreal. They spoke about the messy science of composting and how Compost Montreal helps food scraps find a useful place to rest.
Hosts: Cam Novak, Jen Bieber Tech: Cam Novak Contributors: Jen Bieber, Zoreen, Cam Novak, Taylor Tower
The First Hour Listen:
Today on the show, a re-broadcast of my short documentary on playgrounds. Then Jen Bieber’s interviews with Adam Frost, coach of BC’s provincial wheelchair rugby team and former member of the official Team Canada wheelchair rugby team, as well as Peter Wright, player, about the game and what it means to be a part of it.
The Second Hour Listen:
The headlines from Democracy Now! plus Zoreen is in studio to talk with Theresa Anne Cramer, spokesperson from MADD- Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Then it’s Cam with The Bike Lane, back in its regular spot.
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Today on the show we have an interview with Montreal jazz bassist, Adrian Vedady, talking about music and his new record, Live at Largo. Don’t miss him on December 20th at Café Resonsance with Kate Wyatt on piano.
The headlines from Democracy Now!and an interview about the new Canadian Centre for Architecture exhibit ABC: MTL from contributor Roxane Le Corre. Plus live in studio, musical guest Norvaiza, who will be performing this Saturday, December 6thwith Harp of the North and Felix at 10 Villeneuve Est, 3rd floor, 3B.
Comic by Dakota McFadzean Hosts: Taylor Tower, Jen Bieber Tech: Taylor Tower Music: Cam Novak
The First Hour Listen:
An interview with François Samson-Dunlop and Alexandre Fontaine Rousseau about their comic Pinkerton, which will launch officially tomorrow, November 27th, at Casa del Popolo. Also featuring Sophie Yanow, all from the comic collective Colosse.
The headlines from Democracy Now! plus my interview with comic artist Dakota McFadzean about his work. We also talked about the new documentary film, Cartoon College, about the school he attended, the Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont, a competitive school for graphic artists. The doc features luminaries like Lynda Barry and Chris Ware, and follows a handful of students as they navigate the comic art world and try to figure out how to make it in the big bad world. You can check out Dakota’s work in The Best American Comics 2012.
Red on the Walls: A Studio Beluga Exhibition
The Segal Centre for Performing Arts
Vernissage/Reception: November 26th, 2012 5-7:30 pm
After the vernissage, join us for a preview performance of RED by John Logan RSVP for a discount of $5-$6 a ticket: firstname.lastname@example.org
Like the interview you heard with Suuns’ Liam O’Neill? Liked the exclusive songs from the new album that I played even more? Read a review on Pitchforkand listen to Edie’s Dream, the second tune I played. Oh, and that’s me looking disenchanted on the cover. Wondering why I’m so good at it? Look no further than Portlandia. Born and bred Portlanders know how to look pensive and mildly disillusioned.