SATURDAY August 10
0730 Guest host Karen Gordon listened to an encore presentation of Mary Ito's conversation with composer, keyboardist, arranger, band leader, music director and occasional vocalist, Lou Pomanti.
Listen (runs 13:15)
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Lou's latest album is called "Welcome To The Boogaloo Lounge".
Visit Lou's website for more on his CD and on his musical career.
0800 Retail Prophet president Doug Stephens joined Karen to talk about the response of retailers to the collapse of the Bangladeshi garment factory and resulting 1,100 deaths---has anything really changed in the intervening four months?
Listen (runs 11:25)
Learn more about Doug's work in the field of retail business consultancy at his Retail Prophet website.
0830 Dr. Tiffany Chow is the author of "The Memory Clinic, Stories of Hope and Healing for Alzheimer's Patients and their Families". She's also a Senior Clinician-Scientist at the Rotman Research Institute and the Sam & Ida Ross Memory Clinic at Baycrest in Toronto. Tiffany joined Karen to talk about how our memory works...or doesn't.
Listen (runs 13:43)
The Memory Clinic, Stories of Hope and Healing for Alzheimer's Patients and their Families is published by Penguin.
For more on the book, you can visit the Penguin website.
And if you'd like to know more about Tiffany's work, you can visit her Baycrest website.
You can also follow her on Twitter: @tchowbella
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