Topic: amelia curran

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Atlantic Voice: Shouldn't Need Sayin

This week a new documentary from Heather Barrett about a groundbreaking project in Newfoundland to bring a photographer, a songwriter, sex workers and the police together to try to find common ground. For the survivors of sex work, revealing their secret selves — the ones they used to hide from the world — is a step toward figuring out a better system for those still tied to the industry. Songwriter Amelia Curran met with the women and admits struggling to craft a song that resolved the tension between female exploitation and a woman’s freedom to choose her own path. The song Curran eventually wrote is called "Shouldn’t Need Sayin" and that's the name of the documentary.
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Rupi Kaur, Eliza Robertson

-Rupi Kaur on The Sun and Her Flowers -Amelia Curran on Relics and Tunes -Odd Job: Zoey Peterson -Eliza Robertson on Demi-Gods -Riff: Nick Mount on Arrival: The Story of Canlit -Jen Sookfong Lee on immigrant women
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Amelia Curran on "Relics and Tunes"

Amelia Curran on her book of collected lyrics
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July 12, 2014 (September 2013 Encore)

- Greg Malone on "Don't Tell the Newfoundlanders" - Amelia Curran on "Moving Pictures" by Terry Pratchett - Michael Crummey on "Under the Keel" - Pamela Yaye says if you liked "50 Shades of Grey", you'll love "Blush" by Lauren Jameson
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David Miles - CBC Musical Heroes Concert

The CBC "Musical Heroes" concert tomorrow night at the Delta in Charlottetown is part of East Coast Music Week 2014. David Miles joins us to talk about the musicians that influenced his career.
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Jamie & Amelia

The CBC's Jamie Mauracher and singer Amelia Curran tour Regina during Juno week
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Amelia Curran

The St. John's singer-songwriter releases a new CD
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Amelia Curran and Symphony NS in concert

Amelia Curran in concert with Symphony Nova Scotia