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Past Episodes: April 2012 Archives

The Windsor Jewish Film festival kicks off tonight. We'll hear about some of the films being presented.

The 10th annual Windsor Jewish Film festival gets underway tonight. From documentaries, to dramas and comedies, this unique collection of films are being brought to the big
screen at the Devonshire Mall all this week. The festival opens tonight and runs through Thursday. Stuart Selby is one of the organizers...he been's involved with this festival from the very beginning. He joins us on the line.
Listen audio (runs 8:35)

I'll chat with Mike Jones, he's getting ready to do a three and half month cycling trip from Dawson City Yukon to Windsor.

In a couple of weeks, Mike Jones will embark on a journey that will take him from Dawson City, Yukon to Windsor. Mike is trying to raise money for the Cardiac Catheterization Lab at Hotel Dieu Grace Hospital. And he's doing it by riding more than 56 hundred
kilometres on his bike .....from Dawson City back to Windsor. Mike Jones is in the final week of preparations before he heads to the Yukon. He joins me in the studio.
Listen audio (runs 11:24)

I'll talk with Aruna Koushik she's being honoured with the Herb Gray Harmony Award .

When Aruna Kushik got a call back in December from the Multicultural Council, she never dreamed they were calling to tell her she was this years recipient of the Herb Gray Harmony Award. This award honours individuals who promote an inclusive and harmonious society in Windsor and Essex County. And that's exactly what Aruna Koushik
has been doing for the past 30 years. Aruna Koushik is the Commissioner of Mediation and Human Rights Services at Windsor Regional Hospital. She was also the founder of the South East Asian Centre. Aruna Koushik receives her award tonight ...but first she joins me on the line.
Listen audio (runs 9:24)