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Columnists: July 2014 Archives

August Book Panel

Ann Archer's picks:

Closed Doors by Lisa O'Donnell 
Little Bastards in Springtime by Katja Rudolph

Sean Wilson's picks: 

Cloud by Eric McCormack 
Riveted by Jim Davies 

Click here to listen to Ann and Sean's reviews and their thoughts on the longlist for the Man Booker Prize.

Friday's show - links, info & music

  • Odyssey Theatre's production of The Financier is on now, until Aug 24
  • If you see Hitchbot, pick him up!
  • A trust fund has been set up for Gino Odjick and his family; just drop into any RBC branch and ask for the fund under Odjick's name
  • Divine Brown and Don Byron play Chamberfest tonight


Between 3 & 4:

  • The 1st movement of Trio N4, Lemnto Maestoso - Allegro, by Dvorak, performed by the Gryphon  Trio, from the album Dvorak/Mendelssohn: Piano Trios
  • "Word Crimes" by Weird Al Yankovic, from the album Mandatory Fun

Between 4 & 5:

  • "Everybody Wants Something" by Sarah Decarlo, from the album Whisper in Your Ear
  • "Next Time You Say Forever" by Neko Case, from the album Middle Cyclone
  • "Act Naturally" by Buck Owens

Between 5 & 6:

  • "Fruit Fly" by Cade, from the album Semicircles
  • "Something Fresh" by Divine Brown, from the album Something Fresh
  • "Didn't it Rain" by Don Byron, from the album Love, Peace and Soul

Robert reviews Purge: Anarchy

You may remember the film Purge, which chronicled a family trying to hide out from a dystopian future's annual crime free-for-all. Well, Purge is back, this time with more Anarchy...



Robert has seen it, and has his thoughts below.


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