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All In A Day
with Alan Neal

HOW TO LISTEN TO INTERVIEWS FROM PAST SHOWS

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Friday's show - links, info & music

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Neighbourhood" and "Never Alone" by Kasador
  • "Cold Water" by Major Lazer with Justin Bieber
  • "Twist and Shout" by the Beatles

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Mellie's Book" by Carolyn Mark, from the album Queen of Vancouver Island

Between 5 & 6:

  • "Hey You" by Rock Steady Crew

Robert reviews the Infiltrator

A new film, based on a true story and both starring and produced by Bryan Cranston, follows an FBI agent undercover with a major drug gang.

 

 

You can listen to Robert's review of the Infiltrator here.

 

Thursday's show - links, info & music

  • The Olympic & training artefacts donated by gold medallist Erica Wiebe to the Museum of Science and Technology will be on display in fall 2017; in the meantime, you can meet Erica and celebrate her medal tonight at the Goulbourn Recreation Complex, beginning at 7

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Cars and Trucks" by Julie Doiron, from the album So Many Days
  • "Sad as a Forest" by Old Man Luedecke, from the album Proof of Love

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Vanta Black" by Odonis Odonis, from the album Post Plague
  • "Strathcona Park" by Dean Pallen, from the album Strathcona Park

Between 5 & 6:

  • "I'm Moving On" by Dylan Leblanc, from the album Cautionary Tale
  • "Throw it All Away" by Tuns, from the album Tuns
  • "Young Hymns" by Gala, from the album Young Hymns

A sweaty shirt and flag is a generous donation from Olympic champion Erica Wiebe

wiebedonation.jpgYou may not think the Museum of Science and Technology would be thrilled to receive a worn shirt and a sweaty Canadian flag, but they were quite excited to get these items from Erica Wiebe -- she is the new Olympic champion of wrestling, after all. Wiebe donated the high-tech training top for an upcoming exhibition on wearable technology, and she threw in the flag as well -- the very same flag she slung around her shoulders when she won her gold-medal match. Museum curator Tom Everrett joined us to explain how he'll use the new artefacts.

Wednesday's show - links, info & music

  • The Canadian Plowing Championships is on now at the Anderson Links Golf Club
  • See separate post below for D is for Dinner recipe and info about Wilf & Ada's tomatoes with moutabal and zaatar, along with where to get tickets for Perth's The Table fundraiser
  • His Master's Voice is the film currently shooting in Ottawa
  • You can read the Ontario Ombudsman's report on adults with developmental disabilities here
  • Hottentot Venus is on this weekend at the Gladstone

Music

Between 3 & 4:

  • "Addicted" by Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, from the album Send the Nightingale
  • "Hitting the Ground" by Gordon Gatto & PJ Harvey, from the album Hitting the Ground
  • Along the Way by Ali McCormick, from the album Clean Water

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Anthems for a Seventeen Year-Old Girl" by Broken Social Scene, from the album You Forgot it in People
  • "Blue House" by Blue Rodeo, from the live album Blue Road

Between 5 & 6:

  • "That's Not Me" by Kirty, from the album Kirty

D is for Dinner: Tomatoes with moutabal and zaatar for The Table fundraiser

Barns 2016 poster lamb burger.pngThe Table Community Food Centre in Perth is holding its annual fundraiser this weekend, and one of the participating chefs is from downtown Ottawa's Wilf & Ada. Dominic Paul joined us with a sneak peak of his recipe for tomatoes with moutabal and zaatar, which you can check out here, and you can listen to Dominic and Judy Dempsey from The Table talking about the fundraiser here.

 

Hottentot Venus: Untold tells the story of the 19th-century woman paraded around as part of a freak show

The-Hottentot-Venus-612x408.jpgIn the early 1800s, Sarah Baartman was paraded through England and France as though she were a freak -- simply because of the size of her bottom and the colour of her skin. But this weekend, a new play aims to show the world who the young indigenous South African woman really was. 

 

Jacqui Du Toit is the playwright, performer and director behind the new play Hottentot Venus: Untold. It has a two-day run at the Gladstone Theatre this weekend, and she joined us for a chat.

 

 

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