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TUESDAY ~ March 15th 2011

Today’s show:

  • the morning breath
  • the literary report
  • previews of the Edgy Women Festival
  • homelessness issues with the Change for Change organization
  • an interview with Jasbir Puar the author of the book “Terrorist Assemblages: homonationalism in queer times” by Doug Smith
  • vigil on Parliament Hill  for missing aboriginal women

Listen to hour ONE

Edgy Women Festival - Annie Sprinkle

Listen to hour TWO

The Edgy Women Festival is hitting Montreal, starting this Thursday (March 17th) and running through to April 3rd. It is a sex positive feminist performing arts festival featuring cutting edge performances based around female sexuality, workshops, free shows etc… The majority of the events are taking place at Sala Rossa, La Centrale and Studio 303 in the Belgo Building. For the schedule and more information about the festival visit the website at www.edgywomen.ca. Today on the show we played two segments from an interview done by Jess Grossman of CKUT’s Audio Smut Collective with Annie Sprinkle and Elizabeth Stephens. Both are taking part in an evening of performance art at Sala Rossa this Saturday March 19th as well as giving love and sex advice at La Centrale this Monday March 21st at La Centrale.

Change for Change is an international organization started by students to raise awareness and aid for homelessness issues. The McGill Chapter is the first in Canada and is holding several events in the coming weeks and looking for new participants. Today we spoke with Talia Smith, a representative from the McGill Chapter. Visit their website at www.cfcmcgill.ca or email Change for Change at cfcmcgill@gmail.com to get involved and find out about their initiatives and events.

Jasbir Puar is the author of the book “Terrorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times” and today on the show we featured an interview with the author by Doug Smith. For more information about this book, visit the publisher’s website at http://www.dukeupress.edu/Catalog/ViewProduct.php?productid=14425 .

The McGill Human Rights Interest Group has organized a vigil on Parliament Hill called The Shoe Statement for this Friday March 18th at 2 pm. The group is collecting 500 shoes which they will bring to 13 Dys to Honour Aboriginal WomenParliament Hill to symbolize the over 500 aboriginal women who have gone missing. Speakers at the vigil will include Bridget Tolley, a proud Algonquin woman and grandmother from the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg located in Quebec, Kristen Gilchrist, a PhD candidate and researcher at Carleton University in Ontario whose dissertation explores the growing movement on behalf of missing and murdered Aboriginal women and Lindsay Mossman, the Amnesty International coordinator for the programme of work on Women’s Human Rights. This morning we spoke with Tiffany Boisvert, the General Coordinator of the McGill Human Rights Interest Group. If you would like to donate shoes you can visit one of the following locations: SSMU building, Education building (lobby), Biology building lobby (far door from the terrace), Dentistry building (by the M1 classroom), Architecture building (lobby), Law building (by the SAO and in the basement), Leacock building (Arts AUS lounge in the basement). Drop points will also be set up in the following residences in the next few days: Carrefour Sherbrooke, Molson Hall, Douglas Hall, McConnell Hall, Gardner. Visit the facebook page http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=182431998466835#!/event.php?eid=182431998466835 or the McGill Human Rights Interest Group’s web page http://www.lsa-aed.ca/documents/clubs/hrwg.pdf for more details.

If you would like to attend the vigil the group has organized a bus that will leave from the McGill Law building at 9:30 am on Friday which is free and open to anyone who would like to attend. To add your name to the list email tiffany.boisvert@mail.mcgill.ca

COMMUNITY LISTINGS:

Indigenous Resistance to Colonialism in Canada and Palestine
Tuesday, March 15 · 7:00pm – 9:00pm
H-110 Auditorium
1455 de Maisonneuve West
Montreal, QC
Closing Panel of Israeli Apartheid Week:
“Decolonization Begins at Home – Indigenous Resistance to Colonialism
in Canada and Palestine”
Speakers:
* Clifton Nicholas – Mohawk activist from Kanehsatake involved in
current anti-mining struggles
* Audrey Redman – Journalist, writer, and residential school survivor
* Ben Powless – Indigenous Environmental Network campaigner against
the Alberta Tar Sands

Much as indigenous Palestinians have been resisting displacement from
their lands since 1948 and even before, the original peoples of Turtle
Island (“North America”) have been struggling against colonization
since 1492. This panel discussion will bring together Native activists
from different parts of the country to talk about their own
communities’ struggles against colonialism and erasure. Links will be
drawn between the current situation in Palestine and indigenous
communities in Canada. Speakers will address various topics such as
the impacts of the Alberta tar sands on native communities,
residential schools, and anti-mining struggles on the Kanehsatake
Mohawk territory.
ADVENTURES OF THE LOVE ART LAB
Andreane Leclerc (MTL)
Annie Sprinkle (SF)
Elizabeth Stephens (SF)
Contortion + Annie Sprinkle, porn star/performance artist & Elizabeth
Stephens, founder of SexEcology.
March 19th at 8:30 pm
@ Sala Rossa
more events at www.edgywomen.com

SOCIAL JUSTICE DAYS
this week
COMMUNITY FAIR: Activities Night for Activists (and aspiring activists!)
Tuesday, March 15th, 1pm
Shatner Ballroom, 3480 McTavish (Metro Peel), 3rd Floor
Introduction To Tenants Rights: A Workshop
Wednesday, March 16th, 1pm
Lev Bukhman Room, Shatner Building, 2nd Floor, 3480 McTavish (Metro Peel)
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: “Tar Sands: Life and Death Downstream” with George Poitras
Thursday, March 17th, 6:30pm
Centre St. Pierre, 1212 rue Panet (Metro Beaudry) Salle
Laure-Gaudreault (Rm. 200)
An unfiltered look at the world’s largest industrial project, its
impacts on ecology and Indigenous rights, from Fort Chipewyan to
Montreal.

MUSIC on today’s show:

Five Alarm Funk – The Night time is the right time  – March 15 at the Belmont 4483 St-Laurent

Beaver Sheppard – Fat in the Head – http://www.myspace.com/beaverlakehome The IDLERS & Beaver Sheppard will be at  Il Motore (173 Jean Talon West) on Sunday, March 27 at 9:00pm

Giant Hand – Books http://www.myspace.com/322726752/music/songs/Books-79155079 album release show this Thursday w/Michael Duguay – March 17 @ Le Cagibi

Bad Uncle – Black River – http://www.myspace.com/saybaduncle Bad Uncle, Scott Dundar will be at L’Escogriffe Wednesday March 16th at 9 pm

Hooded Fang – Highway Steam – Hooded Fang will be playing at Divan Orange this Saturday March 19th with Cherry Chapstick and the F in Fresh (featuring one of our guests from last week… Charlotte Cornfield!) http://www.myspace.com/hoodedfang

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TUESDAY ~ February 22nd 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 was talking about a poetry even in Griffintown happening on Nuit Blanche (this Saturday!) see below for the schedule

Jaime MacLean’s interview with Contessa Alura, founder of the Alternative Lifestyles Community Centre – find more information about the community and centre and their many services, workshops and events at their website: http://www.alccav.org

The Bike Report with Cam Novak – today Cam talked about buying bikes this spring!

Cam Novak’s interview with artist JP King whose solo show “The Dirtiest Hands” is running until March 11th at Nota Bene (3416 ave du Parc), for more information visit his website http://jpking.ca/

Jen Bieber’s interview with Kim from the Red Tent Red Tent Sisters, an independent, pro-woman, pro-sex Toronto boutique and wellness centre Sisters http://www.redtentsisters.com/

MUSIC:

Cut Copy – Need You Now

Elfin Saddle – She Mountain

Laurent Bourque – Calm Down

David Martel – Stay In from the album Hardly Knew me

Nancy Sinatra – Friday’s Child

Jenn Grant – Oh My Heart from her new album Honeymoon Child, performing this Thursday (February 24th) at Divan Orange with David Martel and Laurent Bourque

COMMUNITY LISTINGS:

CKUT’s Annual Homelessness Marathon — This year’s Homelessness Marathon will broadcast live from the streets of Montreal, and several other locations across Canada, on Wednesday, February 23rd, starting at sunset and running all night long until sunrise on Thursday, February 24th. Cette annee le marathon sera diffuse des le couche du soleil le mercredi 23 février et se poursuivra tout au long de la nuit pour se terminer au lever du soleil le jeudi 24 février.



Poets in the Griffintown Cultural Corridor 2011 – 140 Rue St Anne
Final Schedule

3pm     poetry in the street featuring (location tbd):  erika white

3pm – 5pm       the lawnchair soiree
host: Jan Jorgensen  Sound: Gary Townsend
featuring: Lydia Lockett;  Paule Guerard; R de Smit; Jan Jorgensen;  Linda
Marics; erika white + open mic

4:45:   poetry in the street featuring (location tbd): Julie Hamel

5pm – 7pm       twigs and leaves
host: erika white  Sound: Gary Townsend
featuring: Claudia Morrison; Czandra; Jeffrey Mackie, Jim Joyce; Julie
Hamel;Louise Carson; Gary Townsend; Nelly Roffe + open mic

6:45            poetry in the street featuring: R de Smit

7pm – 9pm       poésie plus
hosts: Susan Dubrofsky & Lesley Pasquin  sound: Jeffrey Mackie
featuring: Jon Fretz; Noah Mackell; Steven Manners; Celine Pitre; Rana
Bose; Lucien Francoeur; Dale Matthews;  Lesley Pasquin; Susan Dubrofsky;
the Mittenstrings + open mic

8:45            poetry in the street featuring: tbd

9pm -11pm       Poésie dans le Corridor Culturel de Griffintown
host: Éliz Robert       sound: unconfirmed
featuring: Éliz Robert; Duccha; Anna Papadakos & Michael Reinhart; Omar
Alexis Ramos; Fabrice Koffy; Juan Mildenberger; + open mic

10:45   poetry in the street featuring: tbd

11pm – 1am      wired on words
host: Ian Ferrier  sound: unconfirmed
featuring: Ian Ferrier & Pharmakon Mtl.  + open mic

12:45   poetry in the street featuring: tbd

1am – 3am       the late set
host: erika white  sound: Bill Gossage
featuring:  Paris Sea; Andrew McLelland; R de Smit; Judith Bauer

3am – 4am –     open mic
host: erika white

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TUESDAY ~ February 1st 2011

Today on our jam packed show:

Listen to Hour ONE

Breathing and stretching exercises with Yogini Ishwari for THE MORNING BREATH

THE LITERARY REPORT with Jeffrey Mackie – today he talked to Matt Goldberg of the Uncalled For Improv group about his new project “Confabulation”, a story telling event series. Check it out at the website http://confabulationmontreal.com/ , the next event is Confabulation presents: Neighbourhoods — stories of peoples and places and will be held his Saturday (February 5th) at Shaika Cafe in NDG (5526 Sherbrooke Street West).

An interview by Nina Pariser with Greg Staats, a native photographer and video artist who has an exhibit at Articule (262 Fairmount Ouest) from January 14th to February 20th, 2011. Check out Articule’s website at http://www.articule.org/ for more information.

Listen to Hour TWO

Dee LeComte of Prison Radio’s piece on political prisoner Marie Mason, for more information or to find out how to help Marie visit http://freemarie.org/

Candice Cascanette interviewed Katie Moore, a Montreal folk/alt-country/bluegrass artist who released an album called Montebello TODAY! You can see her perform her beautiful music this Thursday (Feb. 3rd) at Cabaret du Mile End (5240 Parc Ave).

Laura Robb interviewed SACOMSS – the Sexual Assault Canter Of McGill University Students Society. For more information of their services or for volunteer opportunities visit http://www.sacomss.org/

Montreal trio Walter & Irene performed live in-studio, visit their website at http://www.myspace.com/walterandirene to hear more of their songs and for news on their upcoming shows, or http://radio3.cbc.ca/#/bands/Walter-Irene for even more music.

MUSIC FROM TODAY’S SHOW:

Neil Young – Walk With Me – Le Noise

Shotgun Jimmy – Slow Lane Drivers

Destroyer – The State – Trouble In Dreams

Mother Mother – Wisdom – O My Heart

Fleetfoxes – Helplessness Blues

Katie Moore – Montebello and Tennessee Waltz

Walter and Irene – Live music! They played their songs “Grow Up” and “Giselle and Lars”.

COMMUNITY LISTINGS:

Ste Emilie Skillshare – a series of winter workshops to keep you occupied this winter! Check out the events and workshops for February and March at http://steemilieskillshare.com/workit-skillshare-workshop-series-for-febmarch-2011

2110 Center Rad Sex Ed – A Series of 101 workshops for everyone! running february 3 – 17, visit their website at  http://www.centre2110.org/ for more details. Workshops vary from “The Ins and Outs of Safer Sex” to “May I _____ your _____?” a workshop about consent. Location: 2110 Rue Mackay (between Sherbrooke and Maisonneuve) on the Concordia University Campus.

Union for Gender Empowerment “craft yr own gender night: learn to crosssticth with the UGE!” TODAY from 6:30 to 9:00 at the QPIRG office (3647, 3rd floor) What is crosstiching? attend the workshop and find out! but i think that it somehow has to do with BOTH radical activism and crafts! Find it on facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=192765820736732

KOMG’s debut at the Yellow Door Swing by the Yellow Door Coffeehouse and check out KOMG’s debut: Join us for a chill evening of music and mingling with your friends & fellow music lovers. We’ll be providing some yum cookies, cakes, refreshments, as well as some awesome music to relax to. Cover will only be $2 + any donations! Thursday Feb. 3rd @ 8:00 @ 3625 aylmer http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=148888168500463 Performers:Yesik Shin, Alex Park, Aya Tomioka, Steve Hwan, more TBA

Queer McGill Rad Sex Week A full week of sex workshops held in the SSMU building on McGill Campus http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=184474664907015

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TUESDAY ~ November 23rd 2010

Dear TMA listeners!

We are entering a new era, a sad era that says goodbye (for a while! we hope!) to constant, faithful and awesome contributor Ed who has been coordinating, cohosting, teching and contributing to the Tuesday Morning After for over a year. Goodbye Ed! We can’t wait to have you back. We also said goodbye to Maxwell, awesome funky techer, who will hopefully be joining us in the new year!

So the Tuesday Morning After is beginning a new era with Candice Cascanette and Jaime MacLean. Nov. 23rd was the premiere of our new TMA edition of a fem-powered-programmed show and, whoa, we did it, and I think we did it good!

I am looking forward to a rocking, feminist, fiery and awesome TMA Winter/Spring edition.

Wish us goodluck!

Laura

 

CKUT’s (90.3FM)

THE TUESDAY MORNING AFTER

Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010

Tech: Rebecca Dooley
CoHosts: Candice Cascanette, Jamie MacLean, Laura Robb
Music Coordinatior: Jaime MacLean
Bottomliner: Laura Robb

Contributors: Jeffrey Mackie, Yogini Ishwari, Cameron Novak

Seven AM ~ Eight AM

:00
Opening Music:
Song/Artist/Album: Back Before We Were Brittle/Say Hi To Your Mom/The Wishes and the Glitch
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=bIrHFNvSjKE#at=18

:03
MUSIC:  Walking Around Waiting Downtown/Reverie Sound Revue/Reverie Sound Revue EP (2:44)
http://radio3.cbc.ca/#/bands/Reverie-Sound-Revue

:12

MUSIC:  Treat Me Like You Do/Silly Kissers/Precious Necklace (2:50)

http://soundcloud.com/arbutus-records/silly-kissers-treat-me-like-you-do

:17

MUSIC: Hamilton Road/Ducktails (2:24)
Playing Saturday Nov. 27 at Casa del Popolo with Grimes, Metz and No Joy

:26
MUSIC: Little Bird/Old Man Ludeke/My Hand Are On Fire and Other Love Songs (3:34)
playing at sala rossa on friday nov. 26 – roots
http://oldmanluedecke.ca/player/player.html

7:24

Music: Careless Love/100 Dollars/Forest of Tears

:30
Jeffrey Mackie’s Literary Report ~ interview with Elise Moser, the head of the Quebec Writers Federation ~ talking about: the QWF’s literary awards that are taking place tonight, the QWF’s various writing programs, such as “Writers in the Schools”, and its numerous workshops.

Most importantly, donate to help support the “Youth at Risk Writing Program”, which has recently lost its funding and needs support fast! They need to raise $15,000! Support this excellent program that provides underprivileged youths with the opportunity to become creatively involved.

Donate and find out more information about the Quebec Writers Federation here: http://www.qwf.org/

:40/45
Song/Artist/Album:Devon/Grimes/Halfaxa (3:40)
will be playing in a week at this time! new album Halfaxa
http://soundcloud.com/arbutus-records/grimes-devon or grooveshark

:50
Yogini Ishwari and the Morning Breath ~ talking about: nadi shodhana, or alternate breathing, which boosts the immune system!

Shizuyo Ishwari teaches at Yoga Om located @ 1539, rue Notre-Dame Ouest

Contact: info@yogaom.ca

MUSIC: God Created Monsters/Snailhouse/The Silence Show

Eight AM ~ Nine AM

:00
Democracy Now!

:12
Cameron Novak with the Bike Report! ~ talking about: how cool it is to bike in a suit, investing in suitable tires and clips for the winter season, and about the bike sale at KMI Warehouse (located @ 766 lajoie) which is Friday, Nov. 26th from 12-7 and Saturday, Nov. 27th from 10-4.

Website: www.thecyclebird.com
Blog: www.thecyclebird.blogspot.com
Twitter: Twitter.com/thecyclebird

:22
Music:
Song/Artist/Album: Get Over/ PS I Love You/Meet Me At The Muster Station (3:45)
http://radio3.cbc.ca/#/bands/PS-I-Love-You or grooveshark
:25
Candice Cascanette’s interview with Amanda from McGill’s Shag Shop Sex Shop ~ talking about: stigmas that surround the HPV virus, how the HPV shot is being given today, whether or not to get the HPV shot, and how to talk to your partner(s) about your/his/her sexual past. Also, the Shag Shop Sex Shop wishes you all a Merry-Safe-Sex-XMAS! ❤ X ❤ X ❤ X

Find out more information about McGill’s Shag Shop Sex Shop here: https://home.mcgill.ca/studenthealth/boutique/

:40
Music:
Song/Artist/Album: This Is Good/Hannah Georgas/This Is Good (3:57)
grooveshark

:43


Kenneth White, (Untitled Collage), 2002

Laura Robb’s interview with Kenneth White ~ talking about: Kenneth White’s photography, video installations and collage, about the Portland Film + Video Artists Collective (PFVAC), how the media shapes and reshapes our perception of reality, and art-making as a product of research and vice versa.

website: www.kennethwhiteprojects.com
collective: www.pfvac.org

Kenneth will be joining the Contemporary Art class at McGill for the week of Nov. 21st – Nov. 27th which is taught by Dr. Rebecca Duclos. Dr. Duclos is a curator, independent writer and professor at McGill University and Concordia University. She is heading a research/art project called the Compulsive Browsesupported by the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Institute for Studies in Canadian Art at Concordia University. The Compulsive Browse project looks at methods of research by Canadian cultural practitioners in its practical function as well as its artistic function.

In the month of February, the Compulsive Browse project will be hosting its most interactive piece, the Biblioderive. The Bibliodérive is described as “an alternative, library and archive-based investigatory strategy designed specifically to unhinge participants from reaching expected research outcomes. The activity emphasizes spontaneous curiosity and encourages random connection-making across a single library/archive or amongst collections at multiple sites”.

You can find out more information about this interactive research project here: http://www.compulsivebrowse.net/

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until next week ❤

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Tuesday ~ November 16th, 2010

CKUT 90.3 FM’s

The Tuesday Morning After Show

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Run Sheet 

 

Tech: Ed Yersh
Hosts: EdYersh, Candice Cascanette, Jaime MacLean, Laura Robb
Music Coordinators: Jaime MacLean, Candice Cascanette, Ed Yersh
Bottomliner: Laura Robb

Contributors: Jeffrey Mackie, Yogini Ishwari, Cameron Novak

7 ~ 8 AM 

:00
Opening Music:
Back Before We Were Brittle
by: Say Hi

Hey, remember when we could save kittens from trees?
Or lunch on skyscrapers?
Bring the villains to their knees?
Maybe we should move someplace new,
and build time machines to go and get us back.
Back before we were brittle.
Back before we were brittle.
Back before we were brittle.

Hey, remember when all of time stood still?
And really all you’d need was a peck from her?
Maybe we should trade from some physics
or black market spines to go and get us back.
Back before we were brittle.
Back before we were brittle.
Back before we were brittle.

:02
Background Music
SYSTEM 7 – Intersate
http://listen.grooveshark.com/#/s/Interstate/3f6zYu

:03
Station ID, time check, weather check

:04
MUSIC:
Quarry Hymn
Land of Talk
Album: Cloak and Cipher
playing at Cabaret Mile End this Thursay, November 18th

:08
Station ID, time check, weather check, introducing people in studio

:15
November 26, 1977
UK Southern_Television_Broadcast_Interruption

This is the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. For many years you have seen us as lights in the skies. We speak to you now in peace and wisdom as we have done to your brothers and sisters all over this, your planet Earth.

 This is in order that you may share in the great awakening, as the planet passes into the New Age of Aquarius. The New Age can be a time of great peace and evolution for your race, but only if your rulers are made aware of the evil forces that can overshadow their judgments.

All your weapons of evil must be removed. The time for conflict is now past and the race of which you are a part may proceed to the higher stages of its evolution if you show yourselves worthy to do this.

Small groups all over the planet are learning this, and exist to pass on the light of the dawning New Age to you all. You are free to accept or reject their teachings, but only those who learn to live in peace will pass to the higher realms of spiritual evolution.

Hear now the voice of Vrillon, a representative of the Ashtar Galactic Command, speaking to you. Be aware also that there are many false prophets and guides operating in your world. They will suck your energy from you – the energy you call money and will put it to evil ends and give you worthless dross in return.

Your inner divine self will protect you from this. You must learn to be sensitive to the voice within that can tell you what is truth, and what is confusion, chaos and untruth. Learn to listen to the voice of truth which is within you and you will lead yourselves onto the path of evolution.

This is our message to our dear friends. We have watched you growing for many years as you too have watched our lights in your skies. You know now that we are here, and that there are more beings on and around your Earth than your scientists admit.

We are deeply concerned about you and your path towards the light and will do all we can to help you. Have no fear, seek only to know yourselves, and live in harmony with the ways of your planet Earth. We of the Ashtar Galactic Command thank you for your attention. We are now leaving the planes of your existence. May you be blessed by the supreme love and truth of the cosmos.

:25
Candice Cascanette: Ads, station ID, time check, weather check

:30
Jeffrey Mackie and the Literary Report – preview of the Govenor General’s Literary Awards

:40
MUSIC: Gemini Heart/Sean Nicholas Savage/Movin Up In Society (3:07)
http://soundcloud.com/arbutus-records/sean-nicholas-savage-gemini-heart

:45
Yogini Ishwari’s Morning Breath
background music: Nadia by Nitin Sawhney

:55
Laura Robb: Station ID, time check, weather check, second hour preview

:58
MUSIC: Bang Bang You’re Dead/Hannah Georgas/This Is Good (2:59)
performing at Sala Rossa this Friday (November 19)

8 ~ 9 AM

:00
Democracy Now!

:15

In studio guest: Patrick Hutchinson of Swift Years
New Album: No Sorrow For Me
Song: Adjon Az Isten

:20
Cameron Novak’s the Bike Report

:30
Ed Yersh’s interview with Dmitry Orlov author of Reinventing Collapse
http://cluborlov.blogspot.com/

:35
Song selection by Candice
Artist: Great Lake Swimmer’s

:40
Candice’s interview with 2 members from 2110 Centre for Gender Advocacy in Montreal

:55
Station ID, time check, weather check, closing down the show.

:59
MUSIC: Swift Years
Album: No Sorrow For Me
Song: Danse Lunaire

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Tuesday’s Runsheet ~ October 19th, 2010 Edition

CKUT’s (90.3FM)’s

THE TUESDAY MORNING AFTER

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Runsheet

Technician: Ed Yersh
Cohosts: Ed Yersh, Laura Robb, Candice Cascanette
Music Coordinators: Ed Yersh
Bottomliner: Laura Robb

Contributors: Yogini Ishwari, Cameron Novak, Jeffrey Mackie

7:00 ~ 8:00

:00
Opening Music:
Song: Back Before We Were Brittle
Artist: Say Hi
Album: The Wishes and the Glitches

:02
Station ID, time check, brief weather check

:03
Music:
Song: The Madison Time, Part 1
Artist: Ray Briant Combo
Album: Rock Instrumental Classics

:07
Good morning Montreal! station ID, time check, weather check, show preview

:11
Ed & Laura’s discussion about the general “hating” attitude towards any discussions deemed “conspirative”, What’s wrong with sharing opinions and beliefs especially when they are supported? Advocating for a critical audience

:15
Carol Rosin youtube clip ~ Carol Rosin’s claim that Werner von Braun said that the E.T. issue would eventually be framed as a threat by the military-industrial complex in order to continue fanning the flames of fear and to justify all the continued transferring of people’s tax money to the military and to the weapons manufacturers

:21

Music:
Song: We Love You (Remix)
Artist: Ryuichi Sakamoto
Album: Beauty

:26
Ads, MORNING AFTER FUNDING DRIVE ADVERTISEMENT, station ID, time check, weather check

:28
Jeffrey Mackie’s extended Literary Report
Poets Mike Spry, calling in from Toronto, and Larissa Andrusyshyn talking about Alumni writers for Concordia

To find out more information… Still waiting on link…

http://snarebooks.wordpress.com/books/mike-spry/:36

Music:

Song: Moon
Artist: Alva Woto & Ryuchi Sakamoto
Album: Insen

:47
Ads!

:50
Music:
Song: dirtbath
Artist: freeworm
Album: ambient systems

:51
Yogini Ishwari and the Morning Breath

:59
Station ID, time check, weather check, second hour lead in

8:00 ~ 9:00

:00
Democracy NOW!

:14
Cameron Novak’s the Bike Report, talking about toughing the weather, dressing to keep your core warm and dry, and using intense gripping bike tires

Website: www.thecyclebird.com
Blog: www.thecyclebird.blogspot.com
Twitter: Twitter.com/thecyclebird

:30
Music:
Song: Same Dream, Same Destination
Artist: Ryuchi Sakamoto
Album: Sevelt Revenge

:31
Ed Yersh’s interview with Jan Florjanczyk on TEDxMcGill talking about the TED conference and the success of free short-form online talks, the TEDx global phenonmenon, TEDx and how it fits into the Montreal, McGill community and finally the necessity to showcase student speakers
http://tedxmcgill.com/

Sir Ken Robinson: Bring on the learning revolution!

How does it feel to have a stroke?

Do You Have a Facebook?

:55
Station ID, time check, weather check, why its so bloody hell important to support the TMA and CKUT, and general prizes that people can expect for their support!

also contact us at tuesmorning@ckut.ca for more information about our show, show suggestions, etc. We want to talk to youu!

:59
Music:
Song: Energy Flow
Artist: Ryuchi Sakamoto
Album: Solo Works Disc 2

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