May 17, 2010 | 55:29And the Winner is A Fragile Son Audio
And the Winner is A Fragile Son May 17, 2010 | 55:29Surjit Sachdev grew up in a conservative family, and he was expected to follow the footsteps of his totalitarian father. So he became, just like his dad, an engineer. But the family tradition ended when Surjit's son Kapel was born with a severe mental disability. Through the years, Surjit's frustrations increased. He became too strict with Kapel and then one day, a major confrontation with Kapel forced Surjit to examine his competence as a father.
Apr 26, 2010 | 55:29And the Winner is Guitarology 101 - Pt 1 Audio
And the Winner is Guitarology 101 - Pt 1 Apr 26, 2010 | 55:29He's best known as lead guitarist, and a founding member, of both The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. And although he still tours as a musician, and is always working on new licks, Randy Bachman has a full-time gig as the host of the CBC Radio program Randy Bachman's Vinyl Tap -- which airs on weekend evenings.
Jun 28, 2011 | 55:28And the Winner is The Wire - Pt 1 Audio
And the Winner is The Wire - Pt 1 Jun 28, 2011 | 55:28Today, we kick off our summer season with the incredibly successful series, The Wire. It's won a Peabody, a Prix Italia and the Director's Choice Award from the Third Coast International Audio Festival. And this summer, we're going to play the entire series. It's an audio experience like no other. And trust me, you'll never listen to music the same way again. The Wire explores the impact of electricity on music. Now, obviously, most of us take electricity for granted. But the power of the electrical current didn't just change the way we listen to music -- it changed the way we make it.
Oct 4, 2011 | 55:28And the Winner is 20 Pieces of Music that Changed the World - Pt 13 || Malcolm Audio
And the Winner is 20 Pieces of Music that Changed the World - Pt 13 || Malcolm Oct 4, 2011 | 55:28"Malcolm", the award-winning documentary from C'est la vie. It was part of the "Arrivals" series that told stories about the people waiting at the Trudeau Airport in Montreal.
Malcolm was born in Haiti and he arrived in Montreal in November of 2009. His adoptive parents Sonya and Sacha had to wait three and a half years before they could bring him home. It was an extremely difficult wait. But, as it turns out, they were fortunate. They were able to get their boy out just before the devastating earthquake in Haiti.
Mar 13, 2010 | 49:01And the Winner is Isinamowin: The Whiteman's Indian - Pt 1 Audio
And the Winner is Isinamowin: The Whiteman's Indian - Pt 1 Mar 13, 2010 | 49:01Before there were movies like 'Smoke Signals' or 'Atanarjuat,' there was a century of celluloid stereotypes. Throughout its history Hollywood has made over 4,000 movies about Native Americans, most of which relied on a mess of cliches. 'Isinamowin: The Whiteman's Indian' takes a closer look at these and other stereotypes of Native Americans off the silver screen.