Weekend Arts Magazine September 15-16
Mack Furlong hosts this weekend while Chris O’Neill-Yates is away. Writers descend on Weekend AM! Karen Solie, renowned Canadian poet, will be in Newfoundland for readings in St. John’s and Corner Brook … and on the Weekend Arts Magazine! Jonathan Butler releases his new novel, The Shah of Shea Heights. Dancers, too - Louise Moyes talks about docudance and her new show, St. John’s Women. Visual art makes an appearance as well - Hazel Meyer talks about art and athletics. Don’t forget the music, on Liner Notes we have Tony O’Leary with his new recording, The Mysteries of Life.
The Weekend Arts Magazine with Mack Furlong airs from 6 to 9:30 island time - 5:30 to 9:00 in parts of Labrador - on Saturday and Sunday mornings on CBC Radio 1.
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