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TUESDAY July 12th 2011






This week on the show: the First People’s Festival, Internet freedom


Andrew Seo’s interview with Kakwiranoron Cook and Isabelle St Amand, organisers of the Revisioning the Americans Through Cinema panel at the First People’s Festival


Literary Report with Jeffrey Mackie: interview with John Kalbfliesch, author of “The Island In Time: Remarkable Tales From Montreal’s Past”


TUESDAY July 5th 2011

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This week on the show we started off with an interview by David Rishpan with the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, recorded at the Montreal International Jazz Festival this past weekend.

Jeffrey Mackie interviewed Gina Roitman, author of the book Tell Me A Story, Tell Me The Truth, for the Literary Report.


We aired an interview with the Artung Collective, a guerrilla group who replaces corporate advertising around the city with art.

This morning on the show we played music by Jenny Berkul

Did you like the live musician who we had playing on the show last week? Wondering who that was? Disappointed that we neglected the blog last week? Well it was James D Bryan and you can hear some of the music that he played on the show at CKUT’s soundcloud:

James D Bryan – Changing of the Hour

James D Bryan – Roses on the Henday

He also has myspace and bandcamp, so you can listen to more of his music and keep an eye out for his upcoming live performances.

TUESDAY June 21st 2011

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Listen to Hour TWO

Today on the show:

We aired an interview with Meg Hewings of the Montreal Stars womens’ hockey team.

On this week’s Literary Report, Jeffrey interviewed the Caribbean Canadian novelist H Nigel Thomas.

Cam Novak came in to do the weekly Bike Report.

Jaime did an interview with Ewan Wotarmy, a member of the New Skids on the Block roller derby team in Montreal.

Stefan did an interview with a Canadian Postal Worker who is currently on lock out.



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TUESDAY June 14th 2011

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Today we had musical guest Brie Nielson, of the band The Unsettlers in to the show to play some live music acoustically with her guitar.

Hank Snow – The Hobo’s Last Ride
Stanley Brothers – I Saw The
Jelly Roll Morton – Dead Man
Gillian Welch
Billy Bragg – Way Over Yonder in a Minoley
Jimmy Riggers – Lay Me Over The Wate

TUESDAY June 7th 2011

The Literary Report with Jeffrey Mackie: This morning Jeffrey talked to John Farrow, author of the novel “River City” – an epic novel based on the history of Montreal. Jeffrey also mentioned an article about the novel that was published in The Walrus this week, find the article here.

Spoken Word art by Suheir Hammad “Poems of war, peace, women, power”

Interview by Aaron Lackoff about the Canadian Postal Worker Strike

The Bike Report with Cam Novak – this morning Cam mentioned innovative bikes that are used commonly around the world, such as the ‘dutch cargo bike’ (see picture).

Candice interviewed Julie Barber live over the phone about the show ‘Mad Women’s Late Night Cabaret” which is at this year’s Fringe Festival.



Tanya Davis – Gorgeous Morning from the album Gorgeous Morning

Christine Fellows – Leap Year from the album Les femmes chez nous

Grimes – Halfaxa, from the album Halfaxa

The Unsettlers – Red to Black

Miracle Fortress – Raw Spectacle

Brie Neilson – No No No Yes

TUESDAY ~ May 30th 2011

Today on the show we had:

Jeffrey Mackie’s Literary Report, where Jeffrey talked about the ongoing Fringe Festival.

Cam Novak, the Cycle Bird, did his weekly Bike Report!

Candice talked to the 2110 Centre for Gendery Advocacy about their even, which is TONIGHT, called “Building A Safer Campus: A Teach In About Sexual Assault”. For more info visit their website at

Finally, Elgin Skye came in to the studio to play some songs acoustically.

TUESDAY ~ May 24th 2011

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Today on the show, Candice interviewed Cameryn Moore, ‘Phone Whore”, whose one woman show – slut (r)evolution – is  at the Fringe Festival this year (May 30th to June 19th 2011).

Democracy Now!  headlines

Jen talked with Planned Parenthood about their anti-homophobia programs

To finish up the show we toast Bob Dylan on his 70th birthday!

Community Updates:

It’s Hootenanny Time again! Go and tell your friends and neighbors, your aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers! Grab your significant others and bring them all down the the MainLine Theatre Friday May 27 for the second Friday Night Hootenanny!
This month we will be featuring sets by:
Lake of Stew
Lizard People (Scotty Dunbar, Mike Rigby, Brad Levia, Richard King Rigby)
Moon Children ( Peter Nevins, Max Kelly)
The Mile-End Jug Synchopaters
Starry Crowns (Sarah-Jane Scouten, Richard King Rigby)
There will be Sacred Harp Singing and much, much more!
All for the suggested donation of $7
Bring your most beat-up dancing shoes and your loudest hollerin’ voice to MainLine Theatre, Friday May 27, we’re gonna have a good time!

MainLine Theatre
3997 St.Laurent (514-849-3378)
Montreal, QC

Slut Walk this Sunday!

Poetry and Prose Reading and Music at the Yellow Door featuring Mike Spry, Nelly Roffe and more! Thursday May 26th, doors at 7, reading at 7:30, 5$

And check out the Montreal Alternative Lifestyles Community Center!  Take a look at their website to view their many many workshops.

MUSIC on the show today:

Shotgun Jimmy

Julie Doiron

Fever Ray – If I Had A Heart

The Banjo Consorsium – Unknown (this is actually a song title), performing today! at Casa del Popolo

D’Eon – recession proof (40$ pay check) performing this Thursday (may 25th) at Il Motore  AND playing on Saturday (may 28th) at Casa del Popolo with Laurel Halo

Rebecca Foon – Why She Swallows Bullets and Stones – from the album Esmerine. Performing this Wednesday (may 25th) at Il Motore at Little Scream’s album launch
Snailhouse – Timeshare, album launch this Sunday at Sala Rossa with Katie Moore