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All In A Day
with Alan Neal

HOW TO LISTEN TO INTERVIEWS FROM PAST SHOWS

allinadaylogo.gifDue to a change in our web site's server, links to archived interviews on this web site previous to August 11 no longer work. Please click here to listen to any show items before this date. The ones listed at this link are the only interviews from the show currently available for listening.

 

Tuesday's show - links, info & music

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Gwan" by The Suffers, from the album Rhyme & Reason
  • "I'm in Love" by Teenage Fanclub

Between 4 & 5:

  • "He's My Baby" by Good2Go, from the album C'mon

Between 5 & 6:

  • "It Shook Me Up" by JD McPherson, from the album Let The Good Times Roll
  • "Friendly Ghost" by Skinny Bros, from teh album Party Gras

 

Monday's show - links, info & music

  • The analysis on palliative care that Dr. Goldman talked about was published by the CMAJ
  • More info here about missing woman Rebecca McCaffrey

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "I Know" by the Kents, from the album Waking
  • "Light Years" by Pearl Jam, from the album Binaural

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Nobody Rules You" by Danny Michel, from the album Matadora
  • "Dreamer" by Slow Leaves, from the album Beauty is So Common
  • "Drove Through Town" by Donovan Woods, from the album They Are Going Away

Between 5 & 6:

  • "Shut Up Kiss Me" by Angel Olsen, from the album My Woman
  • "C'est Pas Chaud" by Al Tuck, from the album Fair Country
  • "Life is What You Make It" by the Souljazz Orchestra, from the album Resistance

Makadewa: a vision for the Prince of Wales bridge

makadewa.jpgThere's been a lot of chatter about the old Prince of Wales train bridge these days, with the City of Ottawa saying they will block access to it more aggressively, due to safety issues. But many want the bridge to be open to pedestrians and cyclists. And one firm, PrototypeD, is suggesting something even more ambitious with their Makadewa idea. They joined us to explain.

 

Friday's show - links, info & music

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Cordelia" by the Tragically Hip, from the album Road Apples
  • "Now the Struggle Has a Name" by the Tragically Hip, from the album We are the Same

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Silver Jet" by the Tragically Hip, from the album In Violet Light
  • "Put it Off" by the Tragically Hip, from the album Trouble at the Henhouse

Between 5 & 6:

  • "Impossibilium" by the Tragically Hip, from the album Day for Night
  • "Autobiography" and "The Lines You Amend" by Sloan, from the album One Chord to Another

Sloan celebrates 20 years of One Chord to Another

sloanphoto.jpgIt's one of their best albums, an impeccable collection of pop-rock, and this year Sloan is celebrating 20 years of One Chord to Another by playing the album in full during their current tour. That tour takes them to Arboretum Festival tonight, and first they dropped by the studio for a little reminiscing.

 

Transgender model Laith comes to Ottawa to marshal Pride parade

laithphoto.jpgLaith Ashley Del La Cruz has been making some serious waves in the modeling world -- not just for his good looks and chiseled body, but because of his unique story.

 

Laith is transgender -- a fact that is a source of great pride in his community. So, it is no surpise that he was chosen to help lead the Capital Pride parade this weekend, as one of its grand marshals. He joined us to talk more about transitioning, and becoming comfortable in his own skin.

 

 

 

Thursday's show - links, info & music

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Fly" by the Tragically Hip, from the album World Container
  • "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen, performed by Rae Spoon

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Last of the Unplucked Gems" by the Tragically Hip, from the album Road Apples
  • "Where to Lie" by Twist

Between 5 & 6:

  • "Sila" by A Tribe Called Red with Tanya Tagaq, from the upcoming album Halluci Nation
  • "Opiated" by the Tragically Hip, from the album Up to Here
  • "Emperor Penguin" by the Tragically Hip, from the album Phantom Power

Robert reviews Indignation

 

Robert Fontaine has a quieter non-summer-blockbuster type of film at bat this week - click here to hear his thoughts on the mysterious, set-in-the-'50s film Indignation.

 

Scott Thompson on standup, post-homophobia

scottandalan.jpgWell, not to suggest that homophobia is completely a thing of the past -- but comedian Scott Thompson says audiences and fellow comics these days are a lot more respectful towards a gay man like him, then when he started decades ago. At least, it seems, no censors are hovering over him on live television, worried about what he's say, like back in the '90s. Ahead of a stint at Yuk Yuk's this week, as part of Pride, Thompson joined us for a chat about his standup work past and present.