Further dispelling the myth that we don’t need feminism and equality is the lay of the land. This interview describes the situations and pressures young women face as they make there way through our patriarchal society. Read or listen to the whole interview on CBC, it is well worth your time. AMT: We spoke […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: CBC Radio: The Current – Girls & Sex: Navigating the Complicated New Landscape – Peggy Orenstein
Due to broken promises and subsequent budget cuts, our previous government forced CBC radio to resort to using advertisements to supplement funding. It was outrageous then and it is outrageous now. The CRTC is now inviting the public to express their opinions on the matter and Friends of Canadian Broadcasting has set up a convenient […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Say “NO” to ads on CBC Radio
Be it resolved – If the Private Sector is cutting jobs in a economic downturn then the Government of the day should also be cutting Public Sector.
This is my debate point. You won’t find it anywhere in the Alberta@Noon podcast I’m about to link here. I know most of you won’t be thrilled . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Alberta @ Noon: Let’s (*not*) Gut the Public Service
When CBC management announced following the dismissal of Jian Ghomeshi last October that the radio program Q would be re-launched, I hoped that we might see a revival of true Canadian arts and culture programming in radio’s morning time slot.
I and tens-of-thousands of other Canadians yearn for the return of programming similar to . . . → Read More: A Different Point of View….: CBC’s Q aimed at U.S. youth while most Canadians given back seat
http://www.quillandquire.com/ Except for the occasional episode of The Nature of Things, I don’t watch CBC Television. But I do listen to Radio 1. The Gomeshi Affair has revealed deep seated . . . → Read More: Northern Reflections: Journalists First
The CBC, and particularly CBC Radio, is easily Canada’s most important cultural and public interest institution.
I say this not so much as someone who worked at the Corporation during the glory days of the 1970s and ’80s but, like so many other people, a kid who was brought up in a home that was . . . → Read More: A Different Point of View….: What needs to happen to save and rebuild the CBC
As you all know, Pete Seeger died Monday night after giving us music for the past 70-odd years (he was 94). Last night CBC Radio’s Ideas with Paul Kennedy rebroadcasted a tribute to him that was originally produced a few years ago. It’s really worth a listen: A Tribute to Pete Seeger
. . . → Read More: Blevkog: Pete Seeger tribute on CBC’s Ideas with Paul Kennedy
By: Friends of Canadian Broadcasting | Press Release:
TORONTO, May 28, 2013 – CBC’s new licences, announced this morning by Canada’s broadcast regulator, are the culmination of years of neglect by successive governments and the product of the Harper Conservatives’ hostility toward public broadcasting in Canada.
The CRTC renewed the licences for all of the . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Ads on CBC Radio a serious blow to public broadcasting in Canada
We need more of this in our music scene because frankly, the omnipresent bland radio pop (A big unthankyou to CBC radio 2 for adding more of this soul withering drivel to my listening day) bores the everliving fuck out of me. So hit me with some hard rock hallelujah any day of the week . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: Hard Rock – Hallelujah
Jian Ghomeshi, the host of “Q”, a national daily cultural affairs talk program on the CBC’s Radio One, weighs in on the Idle No More grassroots movement for First Nations rights in Canada. Ghomeshi tackles the slogan, the hashtag, and the movement. RELATED: Canada’s First Nations leaders confront Harper Gvt on Parliament Hill Canadian Labour . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Idle No More: An audio essay by the CBC Radio’s Jian Ghomeshi
Welcome to the CBC Signature Series hosted by Paolo Pietropaolo on CBC radio 2 every Sunday. For the Friday Classical Music Interlude I’ve been sending you directly to the CBC Signature Series page, but as Paolo suggested, it is also possible to embed the sound clips directly into the blog post. “G major: The Trusty […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – The CBC Signature Series – G Major
Welcome readers to the key of A minor, the CBC Signature Series continues and as always, you will have to go over to the CBC Radio 2 site to listen to the music and voice-over by Paolo Pietropaolo.
A minor: The Faded Beauty
Also known as: The Wilted Rose. The Cougar.
A minors . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Frieday Musical Interlude – CBC Signature Series – A Minor: The Faded Beauty.
Amazingly enough, not posted by Paolo Pietropaolo. But hell, lets link there anyways.
Welcome readers to the key of E major, the Signature Series continues and as always you will have to go over to the CBC Radio 2 site to listen to the music and voice-over by Paolo Pietropaolo.
E major: . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – The CBC Signature Series – E major Prince Charming.
Welcome to the Signature series on DWR – you will need to go to CBC radio to hear the A major voice-over/musical interpretations.
A major: The Will-o’-the-wisp
Also known as: The Flibbertigibbet. The Problem Child.
A majors you might know: Jane Eyre. Maria from The Sound of Music. Veronica from the Archie comics.
The . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – The Signature Series – A Major
Welcome folks to the third instalment of the signature series and today’s key is B minor. Embedding sucks, so you have to go the CBC website and listen for yourself. 🙂 The music and the play by play commentary make for an entertaining listening experience.
B minor: The Dark Romantic
Also known as: The Gloomy . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – CBC Signature Series
In the interview-panel, Vincent is joined by Sheilla Copps and Karine Cousineau to talk about Liberals in Alberta, politics, and Justin Trudeau’s entrance into the leadership race. Click to access the eight minute panel. Vincent also appeared on CBC morning radio at 7:30 am today and will be on the morning opener on CBC radio . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: Vincent on Power Play, CBC Radio
The signature series continues at CBC and here with D major. Follow the link and listen.
D major: Miss Congeniality
Also known as: The Workaholic. The Homecoming Queen.
D majors you might know: The Goddess Athena from Greek mythology. Oprah Winfrey. Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The notes: D – E – F♯ – G – . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Classical Music Interlude – The CBC Signature Series –
CBC radio 2 still has goodness left in it, witness the Signature Series. A string of programs that explore popular conceptions of music written in specific key signatures. Today’s interlude will feature the key of G minor and songs that are written in that specific key. The downside to this series is that the . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Classical Music Interlude – The CBC Signature Series – 50 Shades of Awesome!
This Thursday, September 20, 2012 at 12 pm AT (1 ET) I will be a guest on the CBC Radio show Maritime Noon. I will be discussing and advocating for a flexible model of inclusive education. Marlene Munn will also be interviewed on behalf of the NBACL which promotes a full, and in . . . → Read More: Facing Autism Disorders in New Brunswick: Facing Autism Flexible Inclusion Versus NBACL Extreme Inclusion on CBC Maritime Noon Thursday September 20
This is a script for a piece I read on CBC Radio back in 2006. Feeding the Beast by Mark A. Rayner Hi, my name is Mark, and I am a writer with a problem. There is a monster eating … Continue reading →
. . . → Read More: mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Feeding the Beast
With the announcement of 650 job cuts at the CBC I’m left with one very poignant thought: when will the CBC learn? When will they learn that the Conservatives have it out for them? When will they learn that they have a loyal fan base across the country that would literally walk on hot coals . . . → Read More: When Will The CBC Learn?
By dramatically changing the health care funding formula, is Prime Minister Stephen Harper showing little concern for the future of the Maritime provinces?
The Health Accord “deal” that Harper practically threw in the face of the provinces and territories this week, not only cuts health funding for all the provinces starting in four years, but . . . → Read More: A Different Point of View….: Unless people take action, Harper’s scheme will mean ‘Goin’ Down the Road’ for Maritimers
I tripped across this a while ago- a radio interview with Tony Prudori- INAC flack in Thunder Bay in a CBC radio interview about the Attawapiskat school issue. It’s an older issue now, but I just played it for Wideye and she laughed and said YOU MUST POST THIS. So here is a link to . . . → Read More: Crazy Bitches R Us: An oldie but a goodie
I tripped across this a while ago- a radio interview with Tony Prudori- INAC flack in Thunder Bay in a CBC radio interview about the Attawapiskat school issue. It’s an older issue now, but I just played it for Wideye and she laughed and said YOU MUST P… . . . → Read More: Crazy Bitches R Us: An oldie but a goodie