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  • CBC.ca | Fresh Air
    Saturday June 1 2013 What s On for June 1 Here are Mariel s What s On selections The Great Canadian Beaverfest Windsor Waterfront Blues Festival Toronto LYNN S WALK WILLIAMSTOWN Capital One Race for Kids Toronto Would you like us to feature YOUR event Let us know about it Just click on What s On to send us the information Categories What s On Sunday May 26 2013 SUNDAY May 26 0730 He s the Mayor of Hinchtown His name is James Hinchcliffe He s from Oakville and he s making headlines as a racer on the Indycar circuit But as John Pudy from CBC Sports explained to guest host Jill Dempsey Hinch is just as newsworthy OFF the track Listen runs 9 18 James Hinchcliffe is racing in today s May 26 Indianapolis 500 You can track his progress at the CBC Sports website 0800 Looking for good wines that won t break the bank Irvin Wolkoff has a list and he shared it with Jill Irvin is a member of both the Wine Writers Circle of Canada and the Circle of Wine Writers of London England as well as the wine columnist for The Medical Post Irvin also blogs about the relationship between food and wine at his new website A Glass Of His Own Listen runs 13 32 You can find Irvin s list of 12 good wines for under 10 on his A Glass Of His Own blog 0830 Singer songwriter Darrelle London dropped by the Fresh Air studio to chat with Jill The focus of their conversation what does a musician REALLY do between high profile CD releases It s not all fun and games as Darrelle explained Listen runs 8 31 NOTE Music clearance restrictions prohibit inclusion of music originally contained in this item Darrelle London is in concert at Toronto s Glenn Gould Studio on Friday May 31 Check out Darrelle s website for the lowdown the show and also on her music Categories Past Episodes Sunday May 26 2013 What s On for May 26 Here are Mariel s What s On selections 3rd Annual Yogini Yogathon Ottawa Toronto Dollars for Dogs Ottawa Barrie Waterfront Festival FUNNY GIRLS AND DYNAMIC DIVAS Toronto Would you like us to feature YOUR event Let us know about it Just click on What s On to send us the information Categories What s On Saturday May 25 2013 SATURDAY May 25 0700 CBC Radio s The Debaters is coming to Kitchener Waterloo and Burlington Host Steve Patterson and a bunch of comedians will be at the University of Waterloo Theatre Centre on Monday May 27th at 7 30 pm And on May 29th the show will be in Burlington at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre For ticket info visit The Debaters website 0730 Kim Gray editor of the Canadian travel website Toque Canoe joined guest host Jill Dempsey to talk about the appeal of viewing grizzlies in the wilds of British Columbia Listen runs 7

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/freshair/ (2013-06-03)
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  • The Vinyl Cafe with Stuart McLean - The Official Website
    Entertainment Radio TV My Region Stuart McLean s newest book Revenge of The Vinyl Cafe Enter the Vinyl Cafe website Learn More About Stuart McLean s New Book Revenge of

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/vinylcafe/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC.ca | The World This Weekend
    Headlines Most Viewed new Europe flooding worst in 70 years and still rising video Water from three rivers pour into the old town of Passau in southeast Germany one of the cities worst hit by flooding that has spread across a large area of central Europe updated Turkey not experiencing Arab Spring PM says Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan again dismisses street protests against his rule as actions organized by extremists described them as temporary and angrily rejected comparisons with the Arab Spring uprisings new Michael Douglas links his throat cancer to oral sex American actor Michael Douglas says that his throat cancer was caused by a virus he contracted by performing oral sex Queen s coronation made history for Canada and for television video It was a ceremony steeped in pomp pageantry and centuries of British tradition but Queen Elizabeth s coronation 60 years ago today also marked a revolution in the power of television and some Canadian firsts including the first time a Queen of Canada was crowned updated China poultry plant fire kills at least 119 video A massive fire breaks out at a poultry plant in northeastern China trapping workers inside a cluttered slaughterhouse and killing at least 119 people Pistorius family shaken by bloody bathroom images Turkish PM rejects dictator label as Taksim Square swarmed 3 storm chasers killed in Oklahoma tornado Turkey not experiencing Arab Spring PM says Syrian rebels Hezbollah battle in worst clash in Lebanon Oscar Pistorius forced out of hiding for trial hearing China poultry plant fire kills at least 119 Europe flooding worst in 70 years and still rising Central Europe hit by floods after days of rain More World headlines Main Contact Us The World This Weekend Podcast Subscribe to our episodes RSS iTunes More CBC Podcasts Help

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/worldthisweekend/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Home | Cest la vie with Bernard St-Laurent | CBC Radio
    m 3 30 p m NT Sundays at 6 30 p m ET Tuesdays at 11 30 a m ET Thursdays at 4 00 p m and Fridays at 8 00 a m ET Main Word of the Week Podcasts About Contact You can find and listen to the most recent audio below For clips that don t appear on this page scroll to the bottom and click on Listen to all show audio Featured Audio All show audio Please download the latest version of Flash Player to view this content Sort By Latest Word of the Week Listen to all show audio Stay Connected with Cest la vie podcasts facebook newsletter For extra information about this week s episode visit our Facebook page Most Recent Podcast Loading More podcast episodes All CBC Podcasts Facebook C est la vie Blogs We will no longer be publishing blog posts for C est la vie but Word of the Week is still being updated and our past blog posts are still available for a few months here BLOG ARCHIVES CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World Music News Parents Program

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/cestlavie/ (2013-06-03)
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  • Home | In the Field with David Gutnick | CBC Radio
    1 00 pm 1 30 pm NT and Sundays at 7 00 pm 8 00 p m AT 8 30 pm NT Tuesdays at 1 00 p m ET Thursdays at 4 00 a m ET Sundays at 7 00 a m and 7 00 p m ET Main About Related Links Contact You can find and listen to the most recent audio below For clips that don t appear on this page scroll to the bottom and click on Listen to all show audio Featured Audio All show audio Please download the latest version of Flash Player to view this content Sort By Latest Listen to all show audio In the Field Blogs The audio that you hear on our show is now easy to access sharable and can be listened to on your browser mobile device or tablet We will no longer be publishing blog posts for In the Field but our past blog posts are still available for a few months here BLOG ARCHIVES CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool Kids CBC Wonder World Music News Parents Program Guide Radio Sports Television CBC Member Centre CBC Player CBC

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  • Home | The 180 with Jim Brown | CBC Radio
    We ve invited some of the media commentators who didn t end up on Rob Ford s blacklist to talk to us about how he s weathering the storm Should Mike Duffy be in the Senate in the first place Thursday May 30 2013 Categories Excerpts Senator Mike Duffy s troubles have given the Prime Minister no end of headaches But David Bulger says Stephen Harper could have saved himself the pain if he had listened to his advice That s because Bulger says Duffy s appointment was unconstitutional Listen The fluoride debate where do you stand Tuesday May 21 2013 Categories Excerpts A number of municipalities in Canada are re considering or have reversed their policies about adding fluoride to their water supplies In many cases like in Calgary Windsor and Waterloo the decision goes directly against recommendations from health officials in those jurisdictions Some fluoridation opponents cite health concerns others a lack of choice in the matter Read More Listen Can you love animals and eat them too Tuesday May 21 2013 Categories Excerpts A new campaign aimed at curbing Canadian consumers meat consumption asks why we love our dogs and cats but still eat pigs and cows Calgary food writer and columnist Dan Clapson says he loves all animals but has no problem loving some of them with a light basting of gravy and a side of mashed potatoes Read More Listen Environmental milestone reached so what can you do about it Tuesday May 21 2013 Categories Excerpts The world has reached an environmental milestone and it s not one anyone is happy to see The atmospheric measurement of carbon dioxide showed levels that crossed the threshold of 400 parts per million We found a Calgarian who is struggling with a very real question about his own

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/the180/ (2013-06-03)
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  • CBC.ca Radio
    your Mobile Device Mobile Show Sites Access all CBC Radio One show sites on your mobile browser CBC show sites are optimized for touch screen devices and offer a full multimedia experience including audio and video http www cbc ca m touch All CBC Radio One show site addresses can be found on this mobile page http www cbc ca m touch radio html Mobile Live Radio CBC Radio One live radio is available on iphone Ipad and Android cbc ca m touch radio html CBC Radio App for your iPhone iPod Touch Listen to your favourite CBC Radio programs on your iPhone iPod Touch or iPad Enjoy live streams and more than 60 of CBC s most popular programs on demand from CBC Radio One Radio 2 and CBC Radio 3 all while multitasking You can create a favourites list find your local CBC Radio frequency set a sleep timer or browse CBC ca while you listen Now Available Download CBC Apps for your iPhone and iPod Touch Stay Connected with CBC Radio Podcasts Facebook Twitter Google Newsletter Mobile Facebook Twitter Tweets by cbcradio CBC Global Footer CBC ca Aboriginal Books Contests Digital Archives Documentaries Kids Kids CBC Preschool

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/radio/mobileservices/ (2013-06-03)
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  • The Mandela Tapes | Ideas with Paul Kennedy | CBC Radio
    usual media interview process everything we talked about was meant for the book and it wasn t for a newspaper story or a magazine story or a web story He understood the importance of his own autobiography because it would become a kind of bible for young people all over the world who were looking to help change their countries for the better How did you end up interviewing Mandela for three years RS It was more like two years and part of that was completely selfish I mean I was witness to history in an intimate way and I basically said to him early on after the first three weeks I m happy to be your sidekick or your mascot I would like to just hang around with you every day and even if we don t have an interview session I d like to be with you And he basically said fine Did you see your role in part as interpreting Mandela to the western world RS Yes I ve looked back at the transcripts and I have to say it s embarrassing how little knowledge I had When they hired me I had never met him before I wasn t an expert in the history of the ANC I had written one book about life in a small town in South Africa so I was learning on the job I saw myself as a representative in a way for the general reader If I didn t know about something the general reader wouldn t know Part of what I realize needed to be done was he needed to explain his life the story of South Africa the story of his rebellion and revolution and the struggle to a much larger audience and it needed to be universal as well as particular The transcript suggest lots of interruptions You both must have been under enormous pressure You were dealing with a man who could have been assassinated any moment Give us a sense of how much pressure there was RS It wasn t like he was the president of South Africa But he was the head of an organization the ANC that had only recently been legalized and didn t have a firm structure So some of the interruptions came from the fact that if there was a crisis at any given time people just barged into the office That s why when we did most of our interviews they were very early in the morning 6 a m 6 30 a m and the idea was we wouldn t be interrupted at that hour He s a very early riser so he gets a lot done before a lot of people get up But yes part of the power of the situation was that South Africa was at a knife s edge The country could have been plunged into civil war they were the writing the constitution preparing for the election it was an incredibly rich and

    Original URL path: http://www.cbc.ca/ideas/themandelatapes/ (2013-06-03)
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