SATURDAY May 25
0700 CBC Radio's The Debaters is coming to Kitchener-Waterloo and Burlington. Host Steve Patterson and a bunch of comedians will be at the University of Waterloo Theatre Centre on Monday, May 27th at 7:30 pm. And on May 29th, the show will be in Burlington at the Burlington Performing Arts Centre. For ticket info, visit The Debaters' website.
0730 Kim Gray, editor of the Canadian travel website "Toque & Canoe", joined guest host Jill Dempsey to talk about the appeal of viewing grizzlies in the wilds of British Columbia.
Listen (runs 7:59)
Learn more about the Great Bear Rainforest and the
Khutzeymateen at these Toque and Canoe webpages.
0800 It's a big "Doors Open" weekend across Ontario. In that light, Shannon Kyles came by to talk about communities that have managed to retain their heritage streetscapes. Shannon's an instructor of architecture at Mohawk College in Hamilton AND the historical architecture editor at Arabella Magazine. She brought Jill up to speed on communities that have escaped the worst of the development-at-all-cost ethos.
Listen (runs 10:48)
Check out Shannon's Ontario Architecture website for loads of heritage architecture pictures and information.
0830 His name is Jesse King...but his musical nom de plume is Dubmatix. Jesse's latest excursion into the world of reggae features a host of guest vocalists and some wicket dub beats. He came in to chat with Jill and play some tracks from "Rebel Massive".
Listen (runs 6:45)
NOTE: Music clearance restrictions prohibit inclusion of music originally contained in this item.
Get all the goods on Jesse's music at his Dubmatix website.
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