Cinq a Six
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Saturday October 14, 2017
Ariel Nasr is a Montreal based documentary filmmaker whose work has earned him dozens of honours from festivals around the world. His newest project The Forbidden Reels uncovers secret films from Afghanistan hidden from the Taliban.
Saturday October 07, 2017
Author Josip Novakovitch flies under Canada's literary radar, despite being a 2013 finalist for the Man Booker Prize, and most recently winning a spot on the Scotia Bank Giller Prize long list for his collection of short stories called 'Tumbleweed'.
Saturday September 30, 2017
The Centaur Theatre launches its new season October 3rd. Eda Holmes - it's brand new Artistic and Executive Director just happens to be the first woman to fill that position! Her personal story from ballet soloist to theatre director is remarkable.
Saturday September 23, 2017
There's a new artistic force in the works called The Speculative Black Arts Movement. It's goal is to introduce a variety of black creators living and working in Canada. Toronto born Quentin VerCetty is a black visual artist who explains its importance.
Saturday September 16, 2017
Qualipu-Mi’Kmaq poet Shannon Webb-Campbell and Mohawk writer and composer Gage Diabo discuss the upcoming CBC's Turtle Island Reads. Their personal music playlists offer profound insights about being part of two indigenous communities.
Saturday August 05, 2017
Today a replay of a wonderful conversation with Montreal author Madeleine Thien. Her novel 'Do Not Say We Have Nothing' won The Governor General's Literary Award as well as the coveted Giller Prize. Thien reads from her prize winning novel!
Friday May 05, 2017
Keeping the oral tradition of storytelling alive in Montreal, Confabulation celebrates seven years! Founder Matt Goldberg, and perfomer, Nisha Coleman talk about the cathartic art of real-life storytelling.
Saturday May 14, 2016
Hard to believe that the world's most beloved pachyderm will turn 85 next year. The Montreal Symphony presents the world premiere of the orchestral version of 'The Travels of Babar:Return to the Land of the Elephants.'In studio composer Raphael Mostel.
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October Do Crew
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