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Cinq a Six - Wapikoni MobileMar 8, 2014 | 16:23Cinq a Six Wapikoni Mobile Audio
Cinq a Six Wapikoni Mobile Mar 8, 2014 | 16:23Jeanette checks in with the founder and some participants in Wapikoni Mobile, an Aboriginal filmmaking project.
Cinq a Six - Mani Soleymanlou is a man on the moveDec 8, 2012 | 12:22Cinq a Six Mani Soleymanlou is a man on the move Audio
Cinq a Six Mani Soleymanlou is a man on the move Dec 8, 2012 | 12:22Actor, writer and director Mani Soleymanlou seems to have touched a cultural nerve with his play "Un" or "One". It's a story about finding identity in world where many people don't really know what to say when asked where they come from.
Cinq a Six - Harold HoefleJan 5, 2013 | 7:46Cinq a Six Harold Hoefle Audio
Cinq a Six Harold Hoefle Jan 5, 2013 | 7:46An interview with the Quebec Writing Competition grand prize winner, Harold Hoefle.
Cinq a Six - Saint-Sauveur becoming "Quebec City's Mile End"Apr 14, 2013 | 13:20Cinq a Six Saint-Sauveur becoming "Quebec City's Mile End" Audio
Cinq a Six Saint-Sauveur becoming "Quebec City's Mile End" Apr 14, 2013 | 13:20Artists and young people are moving to Quebec City's working-class neighbourhood of Saint-Sauveur. That means new restaurants, cafes, and the desire to have a thriving venue for music and community events. Yannick Cimon Mattar is a music promoter.
Cinq a Six - Festiquette: Do we need a code of conduct at summer festivals?Jun 22, 2013 | 11:36Cinq a Six Festiquette: Do we need a code of conduct at summer festivals? Audio
Cinq a Six Festiquette: Do we need a code of conduct at summer festivals? Jun 22, 2013 | 11:36There are characters you DON'T want to come across at an outdoor summer concert: the rowdy drunk, the screaming toddler, the person who just won't stop talking. Blogger Allison Van Rassel proposes a guide to festival etiquette.
Cinq a Six - Economy pushing creative young people to DIYJun 22, 2013 | 17:36Cinq a Six Economy pushing creative young people to DIY Audio
Cinq a Six Economy pushing creative young people to DIY Jun 22, 2013 | 17:36DIY (Do it Yourself) is a growing movement in creative cities. The philosophy can refer to everything from crafters selling handmade dolls, to artisanal bakeries, to indy record labels. Why are creative young people dropping out of the mainstream economy?
Cinq a Six - 1700 La Poste is a new art space in MontrealSep 21, 2013 | 8:31Cinq a Six 1700 La Poste is a new art space in Montreal Audio
Cinq a Six 1700 La Poste is a new art space in Montreal Sep 21, 2013 | 8:31A new art centre is opening in Griffintown. 1700 La Poste is a beautifully converted century-old post office, turned gallery and performance space. It's the personal project of Belgian-Montrealer Isabelle de Mévius.
Cinq a Six - Anglophone chanteuses charm Quebec audiences en francaisJan 25, 2014 | 17:43Cinq a Six Anglophone chanteuses charm Quebec audiences en francais Audio
Cinq a Six Anglophone chanteuses charm Quebec audiences en francais Jan 25, 2014 | 17:43Emilie-Claire Barlow and Andrea Lindsay are two Ontario girls, who have chosen to sing in their second language: French. Their accents have charmed Quebec audiences.
Cinq a Six - Digital LuxuryMar 2, 2013 | 15:29Cinq a Six Digital Luxury Audio
Cinq a Six Digital Luxury Mar 2, 2013 | 15:29Montreal-based Web site Ssense sells cutting-edge fashion by the world's top designers. But the site increasingly also does collaborations with designers, artists and musicians. An interview with VP of Global Marketing Lionel Pardin.
Cinq a Six - Phyllis Lambert on "Building Seagram"Apr 26, 2013 | 10:27Cinq a Six Phyllis Lambert on "Building Seagram" Audio
Cinq a Six Phyllis Lambert on "Building Seagram" Apr 26, 2013 | 10:27Before she was an architect, in her early 20's, Phyllis Lambert was an artist living in Paris. In 1954, her father, Samuel Bronfman, head of the Seagram distillery, sent her the drawings for a new skyscraper that was to be the company's headquarters on
Cinq a Six - Québec City in Danger of Festival Fever?Jun 5, 2013 | 15:35Cinq a Six Québec City in Danger of Festival Fever? Audio
Cinq a Six Québec City in Danger of Festival Fever? Jun 5, 2013 | 15:35Antoine Robitaille thinks so! With hundreds of festivals throughout the summer, Robitaille is concerned with the reputation of the provice and whether or not festivals actually increase tourism!
Cinq a Six - Experience Creative MontrealJun 6, 2013 | 11:35Cinq a Six Experience Creative Montreal Audio
Cinq a Six Experience Creative Montreal Jun 6, 2013 | 11:35Jerome Delgado and Denis Farley are exploring a new kind of tourism - creative tourism! The guide includes 10 tours of Montreal neighbourhoods and explores visual and public art, dance, theatre, food and more!
Cinq a Six - Making digital advertising dollarsJun 15, 2013 | 14:26Cinq a Six Making digital advertising dollars Audio
Cinq a Six Making digital advertising dollars Jun 15, 2013 | 14:26How can traditional newspapers, radio, and TV make the transition to digital without going broke? Alexis Robin is in charge of Interactive with the ad agency lg2.
Cinq a Six - Iranian musicians weigh in on Quebec CharterSep 14, 2013 | 20:21Cinq a Six Iranian musicians weigh in on Quebec Charter Audio
Cinq a Six Iranian musicians weigh in on Quebec Charter Sep 14, 2013 | 20:21Azam Ali and Loga Torkian are partners in real life, and in music as well. They join Cinq à Six host Jeanette Kelly to talk about their new album, and they also weigh in on the controversial Charter of Quebec Values.
Cinq a Six - Mia Anderson, 2013 Montreal Prize WinnerSep 28, 2013 | 25:41Cinq a Six Mia Anderson, 2013 Montreal Prize Winner Audio
Cinq a Six Mia Anderson, 2013 Montreal Prize Winner Sep 28, 2013 | 25:41Poet Mia Anderson, is a retired Anglican priest, former stage actress and shepherd. She won the 2013 Montreal International Poetry Prize for her poem "The Antenna". Listen to her interview with Cinq à Six host Jeanette Kelly.

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