Saturday August 17, 2013
This week, interviews with art historian Ross King on the importance of Leonardo DaVinci and The Last Supper, comedian Nikki Payne, Dr. Mike Evans on the dangers of too much sun, A Bomb-itty of Errors at the Edmonton Fringe, plus Jenny Howe's Music Pick of the Week.
Plus tracks from Jim Croce, REM, Rae Spoon, Foo Fighters and Tegan & Sara.
HOUR ONE, Daybreak August 17, 2013
Music from Bryan Adams, Lindsey Walker, Michael Bernard Fitzgerald, George Jones, and Paper Lions; plus the Saturday Papers, the Ad Guy and food columnist Khalil Aktar.
Music from REM, Rustic Brothers, Roxanne Potvin, Tom Jones, Dale Ladouceur, Hugh Laurie and Ron Sexsmith; plus the Couch Potato, and some of Canada's athletes still struggle for training funding.
HOUR THREE, Daybreak August 17, 2013
Music from Dixie Chicks, and Lauren Mann & the Fairly Odd Folk; plus detecting melanoma, and art historian Ross King on the story of Leonardo DaVinci and The Last Supper.
HOUR TWO, Daybreak August 18, 2013
Music from Lucas Chiasson, Jim Croce, Cold Specks, and Sam Cooke; plus Jenny Howe, and Shakespeare meets Rap at the Edmonton Fringe.
HOUR THREE, Daybreak August 18, 2013
Categories: Art, Books, Canada Writes, Festivals, Food, Fringe Festival, Music, Past Episodes, Theatre, nikki payne
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