Thursday, April 30, 2009 | Categories: Episodes |
Eco-warrior David Suzuki proves his passion is just as vibrant at 73 when he talks to Shelagh about his new book The Big Picture.
Ndidi Onukwulu's song is “Move Together“ from her album, The Contradictor.
Steven Galloway's third novel is The Cellist of Sarajevo .
Howard Engel's memoir is called The Man Who Forgot How to Read.
And David Gilmour explains why he picked Sheila Heti, Russell Smith, and David Bezmozgis as three anglophone Canadian writers to recommend to listeners of Radio-Canada's Vous m'en lirez tant.