Cinq a SixFilm maker Mathieu Denis on his film CorboMay 16, 2015 | 15:46Film maker Mathieu Denis is interested in the politics of identity. His most recent film called Corbo, examines the rise of
the Front de libération du Québec - through the eyes of Jean Corbo - a young FLQ militant who dies while planting a bomb.
Cinq a SixJan-Fryderyk Pleszczynski on The Conseil des arts de MontréalMay 16, 2015 | 13:14Jan-Fryderyk Pleszczynski, the chair of the Conseil des Arts de Montreal tells us what the Montreal arts council is up to and who we should keep our eye on.
Cinq a SixStage Director Eric Simonson on Silent NightMay 8, 2015 | 11:27L’opera de Montreal’s last production will be the Pulitzer Prize winning opera 'Silent Night'. Director Eric Simonson talks about the incredibly true story of the Christmas eve truce between German and Allied forces and why it's a must-see!
Cinq a SixJulie Tamiko-Manning and Matt Miwa on The Tashme ProjectMay 8, 2015 | 16:00The Tashme Project is a theatre piece by Julie Tamiko-Manning and Matt Miwa. Their powerful work takes the words and stories from Japanese Canadian victims forced into internment camps during the second-world war.
Cinq a SixNantali Indongo at The Walrus Talks: How to animate a CityMay 8, 2015 | 6:13The 2015 Blue Met literary festival presented, ‘The Walrus Talks: How to Animate a City’ with Hip Hop performer Nantali Indongo .
Cinq a SixTriplex Nervosa Playwright Marianne AckermanApr 25, 2015 | 16:38Marianne Ackerman talks about her newest play called Triplex Nervosa - set in the Mile End neighbourhood, it is described as '. A comedy about art, property and the trials and tribulations of nouveau-hipster neighbourhoods.'
Cinq a SixJosh Dolgin aka socalled releases PeoplewatchingApr 25, 2015 | 21:40Josh Dolgin aka socalled dropped by to tell us about his brand new record called Peoplewatching and to play a song from it.
Cinq a SixThe Blue Met Literary Festival: The Mile End in FictionApr 25, 2015 | 53:59Authors Sigal Samuel, Guillaume Morissette, and Michel Hellman join Host Jeanette Kelly in a spirited conversation about life in the Mile End at The Blue Met Literary Festival.
Cinq a SixMusician and composer Chilly Gonzales talks about his persona and his inspirationApr 24, 2015 | 16:03Chilly Gonzales is touring with a new album for piano and string quartet. He says the tunes are inspired by Bach and Daft Punk. Chilly talks to Jeanette at the grand piano at Radio-Canada.
Cinq a SixArtistic Director Patrick Wedd on Musica OrbiumApr 18, 2015 | 18:16Patrick Wedd is the Conductor and Artistic Director of Musica Orbium which performs at Christ Church Cathedral and includes rarely performed choral works by Strauss and Schoenberg.
Cinq a SixJim Burke on being the new Theatre Critic for The Montreal Gazette.Apr 5, 2015 | 13:59Jim Burke is a playwright and arts journalist originally from Manchester England, where he was Theatre Editor for the magazine City Life.He currently teaches creative writing and contributes on-line theatre and film reviews for Montreal's Rover Arts.
Cinq a SixMontreal online retailer Frank + Oak expands to the U.S.Apr 4, 2015 | 15:38Frank & Oak’s unusual online campaign to bring 6 ‘pop-up’ shops into 6 US cities. Co-founder Ethan Song talks about the business and branding of Men's fashion.
Cinq a SixAuthor Mark Abley launches Tongues of EarthApr 4, 2015 | 16:26We talk to poet and journalist Mark Abley before he launches his new book of poetry The Tongues of Earth at The Blue Met on April 25th. Abley reads from the collection.