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SATURDAY July 20

0730 Cambridge-based musician Mandippal Jandu joined guest host Karen Gordon in a repeat broadcast of the conversation that they had in March of this year about Mandippal's debut EP---"Ready To Stay".
Listen audio (runs 11:17)
NOTE: Copyright restrictions prohibit inclusion of the music originally contained in this item.
If you'd like to see and hear Mandippal perform live...he has a couple of Toronto shows on the horizon.
Mandippal will be at the Amsterdam Bicycle Club on July the 24th and then he'll share the stage with Darrelle London at The Cameron House on August the 5th.
Learn more at Mandippal's website.

0800 They're the movies that were...blocked by blockbusters. Film reviewer Thom Ernst reminded Karen about films that have been lost in the hype surrounding huge summer releases, both past and present.
Listen audio (runs 12:58)
Thom's list of "films lost in the shadows" includes:
1. 1975 Robert Altman's NASHVILLE
2. 1978 THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY
3. 1995 From Australia: MURIEL'S WEDDING
4. 2011 ATTACK THE BLOCK and ANOTHER EARTH
5. 2012 MOONRISE KINGDOM, PREMIUM RUSH and LAWLESS.
6. 2013 Francis Ha (currently in theatres), Much Ado About Nothing (currently in theatres), Berberian Sound Studio (later July release), The Hunt (later July release) and You're Next (to be released in August)
If you're into films, be sure to check out Thom's
ReelThomErnst website.

0830 In the wake of Canadian actor Cory Monteith's fatal overdose on heroin and alcohol, Dr. Peter Selby, division chief of addiction at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, joined Karen to talk about the facts and fallacies surrounding addictions
Listen audio (runs 11:46)