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Atlantic Voice with Angela Antle

Atlantic Voice tells stories about issues and people throughout the region. We present documentaries prepared by journalists that take a thoughtful approach to the changes going on in our region. We talk about the things that pull us together as a region - and sometimes tear us apart!

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    Five years after Rehtaeh Parson's death by suicide, Elizabeth Chiu brings us the stories of young people in Nova Scotia who are fighting cyber bullying and forcing conversations about consent. This week on Atlantic Voice, the legacy of Rehtaeh Parsons.
    Jun 2, 2018
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    This week, two of the CBC reporters who covered the devastating flooding in NB. Shane Fowler is in Fredericton and Matthew Bigley is in Saint John.
    May 20, 2018
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    This week on Atlantic Voice, a feature interview with Inuit elder Sarah Anala an inspiring woman who works with Corrections Canada at Dorchester Penetentiary as a teacher, spiritual leader and advocate for indigenous inmates.
    May 12, 2018
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    Kerry Campbell's documentary about the impact closed adoption records have had on one woman and her daughter and their 28 year long search for each other. As the province of PEI considers whether or not to open records, Kerry Campbell of CBC Charlottetown brings us "Searching for Story".
    May 6, 2018
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    Wanita Bates' Gracie Allen Award winning documentary about 80 breast cancer survivors paddling Gander Lake.
    Apr 29, 2018
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    A feature interview with Dr. Trevor Bell, founder of the social enterprise "Smart Ice". In a nutshell, Smart Ice is a system of sensors for reading ice conditions. This innovative project, won the Arctic Inspiration Prize last year and Dr. Bell is growing Smart Ice to help young Inuit become active partners in the knowledge economy.
    Apr 22, 2018
  • 26:48
    A documentary about Steven Miller’s struggles with addiction and how he wrote his way back: to health, his family and a future career as a journalist. This is CBC producer Caroline Hillier’s doc: “Storytime”.
    Apr 14, 2018
  • 26:51
    Part two of a documentary about a 250-year-old music tradition from the coast of Labrador. When German Moravian missionaries sailed into Inuit communities with freshly written musical scores by Bach, Handel and others, they couldn’t have forseen the long lasting impact that music would have on the identity of the Inuit of Nunatsiavut. Producer Angela Antle sings with Lady Cove choir as they prepare for the Makkipok concert celebrating this tradition.
    Apr 6, 2018
  • 26:51
    Part one of a documentary about a 250-year-old music tradition from the coast of Labrador. When German Moravian missionaries sailed into Inuit communities with freshly written musical scores by Bach, Handel and others, they couldn’t have forseen the long lasting impact that music would have on the identity of the Inuit of Nunatsiavut. Angela Antle travels to Hopedale to explore the history and meet the new generation of Inuit singers.
    Apr 1, 2018
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    He brings his lifelong love of language to the world stage, and most recently wrapped up his tenure as Canada's Parliamentary Poet Laureate. The CBC's Amy Smith sat down with George Elliott Clarke recently to talk about everything from the power of library card, the importance of poetry in contemporary society, the wisdom of Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan and Plato and Clarke’s career as a self -described agitator-documenter. Here’s Amy Smith’s conversation with poet George Elliott Clarke at the Halifax Central Library.
    Mar 23, 2018
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