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  • Revision Quest - More Shows - Radio - CBC Player
    shelter Jun 29 2011 27 30 Revision Quest The Elder Audio Revision Quest The Elder Jun 29 2011 27 30 It s one of the most revered roles in Aboriginal culture so how does someone become an elder Darrell sits down with several First Nations people who describe their role as unofficial life coaches And if you ve ever wondered the going price for first hand wisdom Darrell asks how are elders paid And how much Sep 1 2010 27 29 Revision Quest Parenting Episode 10 September 1st 4th 2010 Audio Revision Quest Parenting Episode 10 September 1st 4th 2010 Sep 1 2010 27 29 Darrell traces the history of native child abduction from the Residential School era through the Sixties Scoop to the ongoing controversy over Aboriginal Child and Family Services And believe it or not there s going to be room for comedy Aug 25 2010 28 28 Revision Quest What s so funny about being Native Audio Revision Quest What s so funny about being Native Aug 25 2010 28 28 Episode 9 for August 25th 28th 2010 Many Aboriginals talk about the Native sense of humour So what is it Well you kind of had to be there And that s what we ll do take the listener into the inner world of native humour Aug 18 2010 27 34 Revision Quest Diabetes Non existent to Omni present Audio Revision Quest Diabetes Non existent to Omni present Aug 18 2010 27 34 Episode 8 for August 18th 21st 2010 Aug 11 2010 27 29 Revision Quest Education Episode 7 August 11th 14th 2010 Audio Revision Quest Education Episode 7 August 11th 14th 2010 Aug 11 2010 27 29 Did you learn anything in school this year Indians all get free education right Afraid not There s a great many conditions that come with that free education And what are the odds that someone from an isolated reserve in the northern edges of our provinces will be able to survive the strain of re locating to the busy populated and white South Why are rez schools so bad they get all kinds of our tax dollars right Again afraid not On a per student basis the average rez school gets about half of what non rez schools get and they ve got expenses that would never trouble an urban Canadian school RVQ asks Are The Kids Alright Aug 4 2010 27 30 Revision Quest The Drum Heartbeat of Mother Earth or rhythm of a stereotype Audio Revision Quest The Drum Heartbeat of Mother Earth or rhythm of a stereotype Aug 4 2010 27 30 Episode 6 for August 4th 7th 2010 It s the beat of a people But do we really need to hear it every time there s a story about Native people And just what is Native music Most music award events have a specific category for Aboriginal but how do you define it We ll sample the range talk with some of the

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  • The Soundbox - More Shows - Radio - CBC Player
    Choice Dispatches Fear Itself Game Changer Global Perspectives The Invisible Hand Know Your Rights The Late Show Metamorphosis Out of Their Minds ReCivilization Revision Quest The Soundbox Trailbreakers Trust Inc Type A Wachtel on the Arts The Wild Side 8th Fire CBC Series Age of Persuasion Babel Backbencher Being Jann The Bottom Line The Choice Dispatches Fear Itself Game Changer Global Perspectives The Invisible Hand Know Your Rights The Late Show Metamorphosis Out of Their Minds ReCivilization Revision Quest The Soundbox Trailbreakers Trust Inc Type A Wachtel on the Arts The Wild Side 8th Fire CBC Series 1 of 1 Sort by Featured Most Recent Most Popular Jun 22 2012 9 58 Audio Patri Friedman June 29 2012 Audio Audio Patri Friedman June 29 2012 Jun 22 2012 9 58 Patri Friedman the current CEO of Future Cities Development Inc on experimenting with new government models on the sea He spoke at the 2011 ideacity Conference Jun 22 2012 9 59 Audio Dickson Despommier June 27 2012 Audio Audio Dickson Despommier June 27 2012 Jun 22 2012 9 59 Ecologist and Columbia University Professor Dickson Despommier tells us about his ideas on urban agriculture and vertical farming He spoke at the 2011 ideacity conference Jun 22 2012 9 59 Audio Paul Bloom July 4 2012 Audio Audio Paul Bloom July 4 2012 Jun 22 2012 9 59 Psychology professor Paul Bloom looks at how pleasure works and what it shares with pain at this 2011 ideacity talk Jun 22 2012 9 59 Audio David Jay Fri July 6 2012 Audio Audio David Jay Fri July 6 2012 Jun 22 2012 9 59 Asexuality activist David Jay on why relationships need to be the subject of more research He spoke at the 2012 ideacity Conference Jun 22 2012 9 59 Audio

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  • Trailbreakers - More Shows - Radio - CBC Player
    number of Aboriginal people working in health care in Canada And it s a program we desperately need especially when you consider that Aboriginal people make up more than 4 of Canada s population but less than 0 25 of the physicians Aug 1 2012 27 29 Trailbreakers Trailbreakers Wabano and Allison Fisher Aug 1 and 3 Audio Trailbreakers Trailbreakers Wabano and Allison Fisher Aug 1 and 3 Aug 1 2012 27 29 Wabano It s a health clinic to some and a way of life to others Wabano is Cree for New Beginnings and under the guidance of Executive Director Allison Fisher it is becoming exactly that a place where Aboriginal and non Aboriginal alike are able to get their body and soul together and begin anew On this episode of Trailbreakers you ll discover how Allison has taken a small clinic in Ottawa and turned it into a medical centre blending Western and First Nations medical practices gives people job skills and even hits the streets of Ottawa s less fortunate neighbourhoods to reach out to the people normally left on the margins of society Jul 25 2012 27 31 Trailbreakers Trailbreakers Clarence Louie July 25 and 27 Audio Trailbreakers Trailbreakers Clarence Louie July 25 and 27 Jul 25 2012 27 31 In Osoyoos Chief Clarence Louie is shaking things up with a restaurant where you can eat BC Salmon on the patio while drinking Pinot Noir from the first Aboriginal owned and operated winery in North America Just one of the innovative new industries there But does it serve the needs of the actual rez residents And are jobs in restaurants really what Indigenous folks should be striving for Jul 18 2012 27 30 Trailbreakers Trailbreakers Summer Corrine Hunt Audio Trailbreakers Trailbreakers Summer Corrine Hunt Jul 18 2012 27 30 Corrine Hunt of Komoyue and Tlingit heritage http www corrinehunt ca is an artist making waves both positive and negative ones She created the wavy medals for the Vancouver Olympics earning both kudos and complaints And she s on the front lines of meshing traditional cultural art and icons in very non traditional settings such as the frames of a commercial line of eye glasses Moving traditional Art into the mainstream can bring both celebrity and condemnation Feb 3 2012 21 58 Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Extended NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Audio Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Extended NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Feb 3 2012 21 58 Extended cut featuring the first First Nations NHL hockey player Feb 2 2012 24 59 Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Part 1 NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Audio Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Part 1 NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Feb 2 2012 24 59 Fred Sasakamoose is the first First Nations player in the NHL He broke a trail that many Aboriginal players have since followed We ll hear his story and the tales of some of the stars that followed Folks like Bryan Trottier and Jordin Tootoo And these players have made some dreams come true for

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  • Type A - More Shows - Radio - CBC Player
    WEB EXTRA Joe Wasylyk on Seniorpreneurs Audio Type A WEB EXTRA Joe Wasylyk on Seniorpreneurs Mar 26 2012 9 20 Joe Wasylyk is a serial and senior entrepreneur who believes his project can help seniors better enjoy their life and escape financial hardships in their later years We caught up with Joe in Edmonton Mar 26 2012 9 53 Type A WEB EXTRA Extended Interview with WIND CEO Tony Lacavera Audio Type A WEB EXTRA Extended Interview with WIND CEO Tony Lacavera Mar 26 2012 9 53 Tony Lacavera calls himself a wireless warrior And when your competition is Bell Rogers and Telus you really have to be a fighter Tony is the CEO of WIND Mobile a Canadian cell phone company that entered the market a few years ago offering less expensive plans He was in our Toronto studio for this interview with Rod Love Mar 26 2012 11 52 Type A WEB EXTRA Extended Interview with Westjet co founder Clive Beddoe Audio Type A WEB EXTRA Extended Interview with Westjet co founder Clive Beddoe Mar 26 2012 11 52 Clive Beddoe along with three partners started Westjet Airlines in 1996 Today Westjet is the second largest carrier in the country with eight three hundred employees There s no union They share in profits He spent a decade as President and CEO of Westjet and now Clive is the chair of the Board of Directors Here is his full interview with Rod Love Mar 26 2012 14 34 Type A WEB EXTRA Extended Interview with Rita Tsang Audio Type A WEB EXTRA Extended Interview with Rita Tsang Mar 26 2012 14 34 Rita Tsang is another of Canada s high flying entrepreneurs and yet she travels well under the radar While you may not know her name her company is one of the largest and most successful in its field Rita is CEO of Tour East Group and founder of Tour East Holidays It s a travel company that does a billion dollars in sales every year Not bad for in an industry that has undergone dramatic change thanks to the Internet Rita Tsang joined us from Toronto Mar 23 2012 53 00 Type A Episode Three Canada US Relations Audio Type A Episode Three Canada US Relations Mar 23 2012 53 00 Mar 23 2012 8 07 Type A First backtalk session Audio Type A First backtalk session Mar 23 2012 8 07 Mar 22 2012 1 12 Type A WEB EXTRA Kevin Page on Chile Audio Type A WEB EXTRA Kevin Page on Chile Mar 22 2012 1 12 When we spoke to Parliamentary Budget Officer Kevin Page he d just returned from a short trip to Chile There he gave a presentation on Best Practices in Budgeting at the OECD High Level Parliamentary Seminar in Santiago We asked him what he saw there and what Canada could learn from the Chileans Mar 19 2012 24 59 Type A Grey Wave Part 1 Audio Type A Grey

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  • Wachtel on the Arts - More Shows - Radio - CBC Player
    camera work writing and graphic design to raise questions about truth and certainty Jan 15 2013 53 58 Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Yannick Nézet Séguin Audio Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Yannick Nézet Séguin Jan 15 2013 53 58 Eleanor Wachtel speaks with 37 year old Yannick Nézet Séguin the most successful conductor in Canadian history who has just been made a Companion of the Order of Canada and recently took over the venerable Philadelphia Orchestra Dec 18 2012 53 59 Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Costa Gavras Audio Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Costa Gavras Dec 18 2012 53 59 Eleanor Wachtel speaks with legendary Greek born director Costa Gavras whose latest film Capital takes on the world of high finance Known for his biting and indicting movies like Z Missing and Amen Gavras is credited with almost single handedly creating the genre of the modern political thriller as we know it Nov 20 2012 54 00 Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Lera Auerbach Audio Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Lera Auerbach Nov 20 2012 54 00 Eleanor Wachtel speaks with Lera Auerbach a Russian born American composer who s earned comparisons to Dmitri Shostakovich and has been declared one of the most important classical music figures of our time Oct 16 2012 53 59 Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Deepa Mehta Audio Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Deepa Mehta Oct 16 2012 53 59 Deepa Mehta one of Canada s most respected and cherished filmmakers talks to Eleanor Wachtel about her life her career and her new movie Midnight s Children It s the first ever big screen adaptation of a Salman Rushdie novel and is Mehta s most ambitious work to date Sep 18 2012 53 59 Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel on the Arts Frank Stella Audio Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel on the Arts Frank Stella Sep 18 2012 53 59 Eleanor Wachtel talks to American painter Frank Stella Since the late 1950s he s been at the forefront of the art world constantly pushing new ideas for abstract painting He was the youngest artist ever to have a one man show at the Museum of Modern Art Frank Stella s latest project is a series of sculptures or three dimensional paintings as he calls them responding to the harpsichord sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti Jun 19 2012 53 59 Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Will Alsop Audio Wachtel on the Arts Wachtel On The Arts Will Alsop Jun 19 2012 53 59 Eleanor Wachtel talks to British architect Will Alsop He s widely known as an enfant terrible in the architecture world not bad for someone who just celebrated his 64th birthday Will Alsop s designs are often brash and colourful and always live up to his motto that architecture should be fun May 15 2012 53

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  • 8th Fire - CBC Series - More Shows - Radio - CBC Player
    2012 9 10 There are just three new releases for Dan to tell you about this week the exceptional documentary series 8th FIRE ABORIGINAL PEOPLES CANADA THE WAY FORWARD the big screen version of 21 JUMP STREET starring Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum and the 1968 sci fi cult classic BARBARELLA starring Jane Fonda Mar 8 2012 23 59 The Current Inuit Identity Documentary Audio The Current Inuit Identity Documentary Mar 8 2012 23 59 The Inuit lay claim to one of Canada s oldest cultures in the country s newest territory Nunavut home to Canada s youngest population And the Inuit youth of Nunavut are on exciting territory uncharted landscape Theirs is an ice age culture that has swung into the digital age within a matter of decades The 8th Fire Project takes us to Nunavut Feb 26 2012 27 30 C est la vie February 26 and 28 2012 Audio C est la vie February 26 and 28 2012 Feb 26 2012 27 30 Loreen Pindera takes us to the Algonquin community of Lac Simon She was there last fall when young Aboriginal filmmakers screened videos they had made with the travelling studio Wapikoni Mobile Loreen s report Last Stop Lac Simon is a story of triumph and tragedy Feb 20 2012 53 57 The Next Chapter Keeping it Riel Interpreting Louis Reil s life Audio The Next Chapter Keeping it Riel Interpreting Louis Reil s life Feb 20 2012 53 57 Our panel consists of Maggie Siggins author of Riel A Life of Revolution Chester Brown author of Louis Riel A Comic Strip Biography and Gregory Scofield author of Louis The Heretic Poems Little Miss Higgins on her song Snowin Today A Lament for Louis Riel Joseph Boyden on Louis Riel Gabriel Dumont Herb Belcourt on Walking in the Woods A Métis Journey Feb 3 2012 21 58 Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Extended NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Audio Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Extended NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Feb 3 2012 21 58 Extended cut featuring the first First Nations NHL hockey player Feb 2 2012 24 59 Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Part 1 NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Audio Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Part 1 NHLer Fred Sasakamoose Feb 2 2012 24 59 Fred Sasakamoose is the first First Nations player in the NHL He broke a trail that many Aboriginal players have since followed We ll hear his story and the tales of some of the stars that followed Folks like Bryan Trottier and Jordin Tootoo And these players have made some dreams come true for generations of young players we ll hear from them Feb 2 2012 27 31 Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Part 2 Lisa Meeches Audio Trailbreakers Sports and Culture Part 2 Lisa Meeches Feb 2 2012 27 31 Lisa Meeches is an award winning Aboriginal film maker Now she s mentoring a new crop of story tellers But she s also breaking some of her own rules and working with peoples of all cultures Jan 19

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  • Radio - CBC Player
    Inc Type A Wachtel on the Arts The Wild Side 8th Fire CBC Series 2 of 5 Sort by Featured Most Recent Most Popular May 28 2013 1 13 33 Q Everyday Sexism vs Facebook Gawker editor on paying sources Decline of evangelicalism 05 28 2013 Audio Q Everyday Sexism vs Facebook Gawker editor on paying sources Decline of evangelicalism 05 28 2013 May 28 2013 1 13 33 Everyday Sexism s Laura Bates on pressuring Facebook to remove images of violence against women Debate with Gawker editor John Cook and former news head Jeffrey Dvorkin on paying sources Pastor John S Dickerson on the decline of evangelicalism May 25 2013 9 50 Quirks and Quarks Arctic Bacteria Survives Below Freezing 2013 05 25 Pt 1 Audio Quirks and Quarks Arctic Bacteria Survives Below Freezing 2013 05 25 Pt 1 May 25 2013 9 50 An Arctic bacteria can reproduce in temperatures as cold as 15C May 29 2013 51 30 The Story From Here May 29 2013 Audio The Story From Here May 29 2013 May 29 2013 51 30 In this episode young people in Newfoundland and Labrador buck the young and the jobless trend Facebook helps repair a Windsor race track home renovation surprises and the new found popularity of the Saskatoon berry perogy May 29 2013 8 21 All in a Day Edward Burtynsky s oil Audio All in a Day Edward Burtynsky s oil May 29 2013 8 21 World renowned photographer Edward Burtynsky has turned his attention to the production of oil and the products it helps make with a new exhibition He joined All in a Day for a preview May 27 2013 53 59 Ideas The Mandela Tapes Audio Ideas The Mandela Tapes May 27 2013 53 59 In this special edition you ll hear the voice of Nelson Mandela as you ve never heard him before The program draws on 50 hours of recorded conversations with Mandela IDEAS is the first program to be given full access to these remarkable recordings May 28 2013 25 01 Definitely Not the Opera YourDNTO Parties Part 1 Audio Definitely Not the Opera YourDNTO Parties Part 1 May 28 2013 25 01 May 26 2013 54 00 In the Field May 26 28 2013 Audio In the Field May 26 28 2013 May 26 2013 54 00 Struggling to find work University grads end up working as baristas Before I Die an art installation sets up in Nelson More young people are becoming primary care givers for family memebers A profile of Quebec artist Gilles St Laurent May 26 2013 4 10 C est la vie Propos 26 05 13 Audio C est la vie Propos 26 05 13 May 26 2013 4 10 Bernard and Johanne discuss propos which means words intention and subject May 28 2013 27 30 The Current The War on Sleep Audio The Current The War on Sleep May 28 2013 27 30 New research suggests just by improving the

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  • Radio - CBC Player
    Most Popular Jun 2 2013 51 55 Writers and Company Mia Couto Interview Audio Writers and Company Mia Couto Interview Jun 2 2013 51 55 Mia Couto was born in Mozambique where his Portuguese parents had settled He s just won this year s 100 000 Euro Camões Prize for Literature dubbed the Portuguese Nobel His latest book in English is called The Tuner of Silences Jun 2 2013 54 00 In the Field June 2 4 2013 Audio In the Field June 2 4 2013 Jun 2 2013 54 00 Endangered monkeys in West Africa threatened because petro dollars makes the expensive meat affordable Profile of Arican musician Achilla Orru Look back at the composer of Squid Jiggin Ground And euthanasia debate re ignited in Belgium Jun 1 2013 26 30 WireTap Learn Some Manners Audio WireTap Learn Some Manners Jun 1 2013 26 30 We speak with manners expert Henry Alford about etiquette in the modern world Plus Jonathan s parents offer some manners tips of their own and Goofus and Gallant grow up Jun 1 2013 27 30 Laugh Out Loud Gluten Princesses and Dragons and more laughs than all the nickel in Sudbury This must be Laugh Out Loud Audio Laugh Out Loud Gluten Princesses and Dragons and more laughs than all the nickel in Sudbury This must be Laugh Out Loud Jun 1 2013 27 30 From the Winnipeg comedy Festival Derek Seguin and Rob Pue share their stories about travel kids and the love of their lives Join host Ali Hassan for all the laughs today May 31 2013 9 55 Q Michael Kaeshammer Part 1 Audio Q Michael Kaeshammer Part 1 May 31 2013 9 55 Jazz pianist Michael Kaeshammer stops by Studio Q to play songs from his new record With You in Mind Jun 1 2013 10 19 Fresh Air Big Data Explained Audio Fresh Air Big Data Explained Jun 1 2013 10 19 Fresh Air guest host Jill Dempsey talked with Retail Prophet president Doug Stephens about the impact that big data will have on our shopping patterns May 31 2013 15 58 The 180 How is Rob Ford s base of support holding up Audio The 180 How is Rob Ford s base of support holding up May 31 2013 15 58 As scandal and allegations of drug use swirl around Toronto Mayor Rob Ford he s holding on in the polls We ll hear why from the Toronto Sun s Sue Ann Levy May 30 2013 24 00 The Current The Life and Legacy of Dr Henry Morgentaler Audio The Current The Life and Legacy of Dr Henry Morgentaler May 30 2013 24 00 Dr Henry Morgentaler died yesterday He left Canada a much different place than he found it Today we look at the story of a life and a career that still divides Canadians May 25 2013 26 29 WireTap Sommelierize This The Best of Season 9 Audio WireTap Sommelierize This The Best of Season 9

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