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Saturday March 17, 2018
Montreal writer Carolyn Marie Souaid has spent a lifetime attempting to understand the gulf between people and cultures. After teaching in Inuit villages along Quebec's Hudson-Ungava coast Souaid became an academic counselor at John Abbott College helping Inuit students get used to 'southern' life at the college. Her debut novel 'Yasmeen Haddad Loves Joanasi Maqaittik', presents a coming of age love story that takes place in the far north where worlds collide for two lovers.
Saturday March 10, 2018
CBC journalist David Gutnick likes to tell stories. And he’s really good at it! You’ve probably heard him tell a few over the years on the The Sunday Edition. Now this award winning broadcaster is the author of a new children’s book called ‘Mr. Mergler, Beethoven and Me’. Great music picks and wonderful conversation.
Saturday March 03, 2018
Today a conversation with Karim Ben Khelifa about his virtual reality experience called The Enemy. A fascinating project at the crossroads of journalism, technology and science. Ben Khelifa spent years photographing combatants in wars around the world and now he seeks to examine questions like: Who is the enemy? Why do we hate them? Can we find a way to come to terms with the other? What exactly do we fear?
Saturday February 24, 2018
Circus performer Yamoussa Bangoura combines the frantic African rhythms of the djembe with the melodius sounds of the Kora in his amazing acrobatic feats. As Artistic Director of The Kalabante Productions, Yamoussa brings a piece of Guinea to Montreal. He begins the show with the heavenly sounds of his Kora.
Saturday February 17, 2018
On his CBC Music show, Reclaimed, Jarrett Martineau guides listeners to discover the next wave of Indigenous artists. Here he tells stories about his life and his work as an MC, poet, and scholar of Indigenous governance.
Saturday February 10, 2018
A personal take on the meaning of Black History Month. Host Nantali Indongo invites CBC hosts Sean Henry, Shari Okeke and Duke Eatmon to share their stories about the occasion and to hear their favourite music picks.
Friday February 02, 2018
A refreshing conversation with Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter Emma Frank. Frank spent a decade in Montreal honing her music skills and attending McGill's English department. Now at 30, she has just released her 3rd record called Ocean Av. Frank talks about the trans formative power of her own personal musical journey.
Saturday January 27, 2018
Next week, the 2nd edition of the Dynasty Gala will take place at La TOHU in Montreal. This is a celebration which aims to shine a light on Black Excellence in Quebec. One of the nominees at the Gala is the talented rapper Akena Akoko aka KNLO - he’s also a member of the award winning hip-hop collective Alaclair Ensemble.
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