TUESDAY ~ March 1st 2011

Listen to hour ONE

Listen to hour TWO

On today’s show:

The Morning Breath with Yogini Ishwari

The Literary Report with Jeffrey Mackie – today Jeffrey mentioned a couple of events, including a poetry reading at The Yellow Door ( on March 17 and the Festival de Voix Ameriques (http://fva.ca/)

Candice Cascanette’s interview with Leonie Couture from La Rue des femmes

Democracy Now! Headlines

The Bike Report with Cam Novak

Candice Cascanette’s interview with Stephanie Paterson about her research on domestic violence against women

Triggered Response talks about their involvement in a fundraiser for womenaware.ca, a concert at Cafe Campus on Friday March 11th “Women of Rock 2”

MUSIC on today’s show:

Yukon Blonde – Bride’s Song, performing this Thursday at Il Motore

The Smith Westerns – Weekend, performing tonight at Sala Rossa

Rebekah Higgs – Little Voice, performing tonight at Zoobizarre

Cousins – Throwing Rocks

Cousins – Three Years Old

Pete Seeger – Clean-Oh/Ladies Auxiliary


Film Screening: Prison 101: Is restorative justice possible in a prison setting? To see a trailer of the film that will be screened, go to: www.concretefilm.org . Thursday March 3rd at 7pm (doors open at 6:30), at  the School of Community and Public Affairs located at: 2149 MacKay, in room 104, metro Guy-Concordia. For more information contact montrealprison101@gmail.com. Snacks and beverages will be served. This event is free.

For Activists: The 15th International Day Against Police Brutality is March 15th,
info here: http://www.cmaq.net/en/node/43304, website of those putting it on here: http://www.cobp.resist.ca/

For Radio Enthusiasts: Radio Ballet. On March 7th at 2:10pm Radio is Dead will doing an interactive radio experiment. It’s a flash mob with radios. Everyone will converge in one space with their radios and listen to instructions on how to preform.Here’s how it went down in austria : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI3pfa5QNZI We will release the location on Monday 28 February. Check it out on Ckut Fm’s Facebook page! http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/profile.php?id=838585112

Film Screenings: Queer McGill’s Queer Cinema Week. Are you sick and tired of watching the same old gay movies over and over again? Have you started to wince at those DVD-cover descriptions that promise a “heartwarming tale of courage and love” or an “emotional tour-de-force”? … QM is proud to present QUEER CINEMA WEEK: five nights of scintillating, sexy, subversive cinema.

For Activists: International Women’s Day 2011 – in Montréal Celebrating our strength, advancing our struggles FORUM March 5, 2011: The Slaves of the Slaves Rise Up! UQAM: Pavillon Hubert Aquin (A-2885), 10h00 à 17h00/ MARCH 8 DEMONSTRATION: THE SLAVES OF THE SLAVES RISE UP! Tuesday, March 8, 2011, Meet: 6pm, Where: Cabot Square, Atwater – Bring your banners, noise-makers! For more information: Women of Diverse Origins, wdofdo@gmail.com www.wdofdo.wordpress.com/


I Could Tell You About the River :::: Art Matters 2011

An Exhibition of Text-Based Art featuring Works by: Razielle Aigen, Deragh Campbell, Frances Conley-Wood, Heather Jackson, Markus Lake, Pier-Anne Mercier, Ashley Opheim

Vernissage Thursday March 3rd 5 – 8pm, runs from March 2nd to March 14th at Les Territoires – Belgo Building, 372 Ste Catherine O, suite 527

More info at http://artmattersfestival.com/ and at http://lesterritoires.org/

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