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Music from the show (in the order it was played)
- The Octopus Project – Fuguefat http://www.theoctopusproject.com/
- The Hook Up – Elevation Time
Mike Werbowski’s Global Perspective…from his bed
- This week Mike calls into the show from his bed in New York City to discuss the brighten up the show with a chat about the global financial situation
Municipal Headlines with Ken McMurray and Craig Sauve
- Pour un Turcot visionnaire:
- Another Italian café gets molotoved:
- Legault to head Société Parc Jean-Drapeau:
- Chareat government decides to side-step normal process of contract tendering to give the contracts to Quebec’s REAL government, Bombardier:
- There was a special session of city council called to discuss the Metro car fiasco:
- Lachine’s Devil’s Hill neighbourhood gets isolated by Montreal West:
- Villanueva death to be recreated in 3D:
- Tremblay promises to raise taxes only to inflation level:
- Nothin’ like a good ol’ fashioned canonization to boost them tourist dollars!:
- New book from local author on his involvement in street gangs (“Moi, Ziad, Soldat des Gangs de Rue”):
- Link found between Breast Cancer and Car Pollution (think: Turcot!):
IN STUDIO: Rufo Valencia on Latin-American Politics
- Rufo Valencia is a Bolivian-Canadian journalist. He worked as a community radio volunteer in programming at Radio Continental, a station owned by the union of factory workers in La Paz, Bolivia. After three years studying communications at the Catholic University, he pursued a degree in literature at the Universite de Montreal. He came to CKUT as a volunteer in 1992, where he became Spoken Word Coordinator and helped later in the administration of the station. Currently he works as a presenter-producer at Radio Canada International. He is still a volunteer at CKUT.
Interview with Atigh Ould about the Festival Nomade
- The Nomad Festival will celebrate the ancient nomadic traditions preserved throughout Africa, as well as modern-day nomads, from backpackers to refugees. The festival will include educational workshops for adults and children on topics including African cooking classes; Kisrah (bread) making workshops on a clay oven; storytelling and poetry on Mount Royal; musical concerts; academic lectures; arts and crafts; and film screenings
Josh and Your Weekend Action Items
- Josh’s Top 3 Comedy Podcasts
- I Wanna Be Your Dog – A video…with a message
- Letters of Note
- What’s Your Cause
- Links to come after the show!!