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SATURDAY, February 4

0730 David Eddie is the author of Damage Control ---both the book and weekly advice column in The Globe and Mail. He joined Mary Ito to talk about the challeges that parents face when their teenaged children want to throw a party in the family home. And David speaks from personal experience.
Listen audio (runs 8:27)
There's more about David and his writing at David's website.


0800 Shannon Kyles is Fresh Air's "eye" on Ontario's architectural heritage. She's particularly fond of Romanesque architecture. And she came by the Fresh Air studio to tell Mary all about it...including where you can find some fine examples in Ontario. In her real life, Shannon is both a professor at Mohawk College in Hamilton and the architecture editor at Arabella Magazine.
Listen audio (runs 10:30)
If you have an interest in Ontario's architectural heritage, check out Shannon's
Ontario Architecture website.

0830 Emma-Lee has divided loyalties when it comes to her profession. She's both a musician AND a photographer. Fortunately, one compliments the other. She sat down with Mary to talk about her two careers...and how one informs the other.
Listen audio (runs 11:03)
NOTE: Music clearance restrictions prohibit inclusion of music originally contained in this item.
Emma-Lee will launch her new album Backseat Heroine at Lee's Palace in Toronto on February 9.
All the details are on Emma-Lee's website.
And you might also like to look at her Emma-Lee Photography website as well.