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SUNDAY March 31

0730 World Music columnist Reuben Maan joined guest host Karen Gordon with the unusual story behind a new recording by Mali musician Bassekou
Kouyate. Here's a hint: There's a connection to Montreal band Arcade Fire.
You can hear their conversation by going to Reuben's column.

0800 Nick Saul was executive director of The Stop Community Food Centre in Toronto for fourteen years. He and his wife, writer Andrea Curtis, have now wtitten a book about the transormation of the food bank into a community hub. They talked with Karen.
Listen audio (runs 10:42)
The Stop: How the Fight for Good Food Transformed a Community and Inspired a Movement is published by Random House Canada.
You'll find more about the book and what it's about at the The STOP and the
Community Food Centres websites.

0830 Award-winning biologist, photographer, conservationist and filmmaker Rob Stewart was Karen's guest. Rob's new film is called "Revolution"---it's the follow-up to his acclaimed "Sharkwater" documentary and continues his examination of the negative impact of humankind on the world's ecosystems.
Listen audio (runs 13:39)
Learn more about Rob and "Revolution" at
Rob's website.

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