Sunday, April 22, 2012 | Categories: Episodes
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson
There is something wild going on in Alberta. It's election day on Monday, and the Progressive Conservative dynasty that has dominated that province's political life for two generations may soon be swept away. Michael speaks with: Paula Simons, a columnist with the Edmonton Journal, Ruth Kelly, publisher of Alberta Venture and Alberta Oil magazines; Cheryl Foggo, a playwright, author and filmmaker, and Frank Atkins, Professor of Economics at the University of Calgary.
For related links and music used in this hour ...
Music in Hour One:
To Bop or Not to Be by the Turtle Island String Quartet
Spring by the Thomas Handy Trio (Oliver Schroer, Thomas Handy and Ravi Naimpally)
The Weight by The Band
Mozart's Horn Concerto No 2; 1st movement, Allegro Maestoso by James Sommerville, conducted by Mario Bernardi with the CBC Vancouver Symphony Orchestra