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SUNDAY March 3

0730 Mark Rheaume was Mary Ito's guest with his monthly review of new music from Ontario artists. Check out who he talked about and played by visiting
Mark's column.

0800 Carol Bishop-Gwyn's book on the late Celia Franca, founder of the National Ballet of Canada, has been nominated for the Charles Taylor Prize for Non-Fiction. One of the dancers who met Celia as a 10 year old and who fwent on to become one of the company's great prima ballerinas is Veronica Tennant. Veronica produced a documentary on her former teacher and inspiration, called "Celia Franca: Tour de Force"
She joined Mary to talk about this ballet visionary.
Listen audio (runs 11:14)
Learn more about Veronica at her website.
You can also visit her YouTube site to watch her short film about dance called "Something's Coming".
And also visit the Charles Taylor Prize website.

0830 Toronto's Daiva Johnston joined Mary to talk about the challenges she faces as a young actor in a highly competitive profession. Daiva appears in the latest episode of CBC TV's "Murdoch Mysteries". She talked about her role and why it's a welcome change from some of the casting opportunities she's been given.
Listen audio (runs 12:03)
The episode of "Murdoch Mysteries" featuring Daiva---"Murdoch In Ladies Wear"---airs Monday, March 4th, at 9 o'clock on CBC Television.
Get the goods on the show by visiting the Murdoch Mysteries website.