Friday Morning After – April 12, 2013

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CKUT's Ken McMurray and Andrew Seo in-studio

CKUT’s Ken McMurray and Andrew Seo in-studio (Photo: Candace Mooers)

On today’s show:

  • Andrew Seo presents a commentary on global labour, alongside interviews with labour historian Nelson Lichtenstein, Tony Burke of Workers Uniting (UK) and Jenny Ahn of the Canadian Auto Workers union

  • Municipal headlines by Ken McMurray

  • Sara Shaltony has a remote submission this week – a Memorial for Deir Yassin massacre which took place on April 9th, 1948

  • Democracy Now international news headlines with Amy Goodman

HOUR ONE:

  • Andrew Seo presents a commentary on global labour, alongside interviews with labour historian Nelson Lichtenstein, Tony Burke of Workers Uniting! (UK) and Jenny Ahn of the Canadian Auto Workers

  • Municipal headlines by Ken McMurray

  • Sara Shaltony has a remote submission this week – a Memorial for Deir Yassin massacre which took place on April 9th, 1948

HOUR TWO:

  • O Stories this week focussed on activities for the commemoration of the genocide of the Tutsis in Rwanda. This program features an interview with Franco-Rwandan songwriter Gael Faye who deals with his French and Rwandan identity in his music. He was interviewed, in French, by Neal Santamaria and Stephanie Gasana. If you missed the radio broadcast, you may find the podcast here. O Stories is produced by the Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling (COHDS).

Music

7:00 am – The Narcicyst: Morning Funk (theme)

Total Eclipse of the Charts concert series digital mix tape!

8:57 am – CaribouLalibela (theme)

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