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Feb 5, 2008

#58 - Producer's Choice!

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In this episode: First, a chance to win k.d. lang's newest CD, then Ousmane Sembene from Africafiles, David Robicks from Citizenshift, and some thoughts on Super Tuesday before the votes are counted.
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Dec 17, 2007

#56 - African Resistance

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This episode, a special presentation from Kristin Shwartz and Asad Ismi. We feature the documentary African Resistance. That, and Keith is on the Christmas beat.
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Dec 3, 2007

#55 - Mix it up

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The Weather Underground, environmental houses, a tiny, cheap computer, Canada's new best friend, and we introduce to you our latest podcast. Oh, and Macabean the Rebel.
Podcast
Nov 19, 2007

#54 - John Pilger in the house

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A feature interview with renowned investigative journalist John Pilger, music from madviolet, Flock, and Keith Gottschalk on privacy. Enjoy!
Podcast
Oct 22, 2007

#52 - Straight and narrow?

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In this episode: the end of food, muggings on the rise, music from Saskatoon, and a new online TV tool. All that, and movies too!
Podcast
Oct 9, 2007

#51 - Work it out

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Struggling toward democracy and social justice in Haiti. Reel Women on the Troubles. Holding the police accountable, and music too, from A Northern Chorus.
Podcast
Sep 24, 2007

#50 - Getting active In Quebec

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Two Quebec activists speak up. music from Dead City Radio. Video editing online. And a film fest edition of reel women.
Podcast
Sep 10, 2007

#49 -Shock treatment

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This time, a feature interview. Lisa Rundle in conversation with Naomi Klein about her new book, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism.
Podcast
Aug 28, 2007

#48 - Summer Lovin'

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Mosquito hunting, sex and the film Shortbus, the growth of Islamic Democracy, and music from T.Nile. It's coming to you via Hamilton, Ontario, and Dawson City, Yukon.
Podcast
Jul 16, 2007

#46 We're going for a little ride

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Jazz singer Denise Pelley travels to Sudan, Keith reports from his new home, and Wayne hits the information superhighway. And it's coming to you from the car on the way to Dawson City, Yukon.
Podcast
Jul 2, 2007

#45 - Into the light

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Keith starts a bookstore, Grupo Fenix farms the sun and Woodpigeon provides the tunes
Podcast
Jun 11, 2007

#44 - iphone therefor iam

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In this episode we have contest winners, Wayne raves about the iphone, Michael Winterbottom's new film gets a good going over, and we talk about the latest big feature at rabbledocs. Check it out too.
Podcast
Jun 4, 2007

#43 - In our nature

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Dave Kattenburg talks politics with organic farmers in Bolivia. Scientist/writer/philosopher Vandana Shiva speaks out on India's plans for its rivers. More from google. Music by the Besnard Lakes.
Podcast
May 14, 2007

#42 - Reduce, reuse, and all the rest

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My name is rabble radio and I'm an ecoholic. Flourescence rather than incandescence? There's more to do than that. We've got organic farmers, wild frogs, and Adria Vasil on her new book.
Podcast
Apr 16, 2007

#40 - Episode 40!

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In this episode Keith gets the buzz on bees, reel women babble about Babble, and author Rawi Hage talks about memory in Lebanon. We picnick with online tools, and The Acorn drop music from above.
Podcast
Apr 2, 2007

#39 - Make build sell think

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We're all about Secondlife. Imagine you're an art dealer. Imagine you're an architect. Imagine your name is Scooter. Imagine that!
Podcast
Mar 19, 2007

#38 - Visits to Africa

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In this episode, Judy returns from Kenya, an interview about women and leadership in Africa, and Keith ponders how to make small talk with a war on. Oh...and a bit of "Gaelic" too.
Podcast
Mar 5, 2007

#37 - Writing reality

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In this episode Wayne enjoys web composed haiku, Bon Cop Bad Cop is cinematic poetry, and a reading from author and activist Dionne Brand. Music is provided by Vancouver's Mother Mother.
Podcast
Feb 18, 2007

#36 - Truth or possibility?

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We go competitive swimming in Buddhist waters. Keith wonders if Bush is being truthful. Carol Off sheds light on chocolate production. Judy IDs the best TV around. Wayne has a better way to IM.
Podcast
Feb 4, 2007

#35 - Long pen, short text

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Margaret Atwood helps Alice Munro sign books from afar. Wayne shares text with distant revisers, movies about Virginia Woolf, and Amnesty International comments on a document Canada would not sign.
Podcast
Jan 24, 2007

#34 - Robot wars

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Keith is predicting the U.S. President's future. It's all sunshine for Cathi and Judy. Meagan watches as robots battle it out. Wayne is able to organize the disorganized, thanks to the internet.
Podcast
Jan 7, 2007

#33 - rabble radio Year In Review

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In this episode, we look back at our best. This year we visited community activists in Latin America, peered over the U.S. border, heard from Canadian activists, and did a little bit of dancing too!
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Dec 17, 2006

#32 - Holidaze!

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A Reel Women cagematch over scarface, Keith pities the poor future presidential candidate, homebrew comes to us from Appalachia, and music from Toronto via Jamaica.

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