Past Episodes: July 2011 Archives

Visitors from all over North America are expected this weekend in Windsor. They'll be celebrating Emancipation.

Visitors from all over North America will be coming to Windsor this weekend.
It's all to celebrate Emancipation. Marc Taylor is organizing the event and he joins me now to tell us all about it.
Listen audio (runs 7:35)

Our book panel joins us with some suggestions for young adult readers

Are there young adults in your house?
Are they doing the mid-summer climb up the walls?
Well -- maybe what they need to settle them...is the love of a good book.
Our trusty CBC book panel is here with a nice list of
young adult literature that should attract your young ones attention.
Welcome John Schlarbaum, Alison Smith and Laurie Foisey.
Listen audio (runs 14:07)

When fire destroyed a Comber church last March it seemed as if all the memories of the 120 year old building were gone forever. We'll talk to a man who's not only asking for your memories of the Mount Olivet Methodist church...but he also has time capsule

When fire destroyed a Comber church last March it seemed as if all the memories of the 120 year old building were gone forever. Joepph Lucasis a man who's not only asking for your memories of the Mount Olivet Methodist church...but he also has the unopened time capsule found between the burnt out walls of the church.
Listen audio (runs 7:07)