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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!
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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Nov 15, 2006

#31 - Walk the talk

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Keith, Cathi, Judy, Wayne and Jen take us to the U.S. of A, Tinsletown, the triple-double-U, and the Press Freedom Awards. Stick around, it's a heck of a ride!
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Oct 28, 2006

#30 - Sexy stuff

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In this episode, DVDiva feasts her eyes on The Notorious Bettie Page. Keith Gottchalk's talks about sex scandals in American politics. Music comes to us from O Positive, and Homebrew heads to Haiti.
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Oct 10, 2006

#29 - Your mom's favourite podcast

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Wayne chats with NGO Alianza's founder, DVDiva lights one up, Charlotte takes a subversive soundtour of McGill, Google Reader takes off, Keith gets hot and bothered by the US media, and Kid Koala bur
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Sep 26, 2006

#28 - This and that

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In this episode, Keith Gottschalk looks back on the September 11th coverage, Wayne MacPhail brings in new online tools, DVDiva uses her movie watching superpowers, and Jen Moore looks at the fight for
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Sep 11, 2006

#27 - Turn that frown upside down

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In this episode, Homebrew takes a gander at feminist theology, DVDiva gives herself the shivers with a scary movie from the way-back machine, and activist and artist John Steins explains how a communi
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Aug 27, 2006

#26 - Home and away

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In this episode, Homebrew takes us to a Kentucky prison where messages from distant relatives reach inmates via the airwaves, Keith reflects on his Canadian tour, DVDiva speaks up in praise of the epi
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Jul 24, 2006

#25 - Cross Canada Tour

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In this episode, Keith Gottschalk is one part journalist, one part Canada groupie, as he sets out across the country. Wayne interviews the investigative citizen journalists from eblurbismedia.com, and
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Jul 9, 2006

#24 - Demonstrating citizen democracy

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In this episode, Keith wonders why "they" need to know all that stuff about us, Wayne speaks to the masterminds of a citizen news website called ibrattleboro, and we hear a tribute to Paul R
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Jun 26, 2006

Episode 23 - Gender, Horror and Moose

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Keith worries about war and peace, Our DVDiva is all over horror, Jen Moore casts a gendered eye on the digital divide. Plus, a soundseeing tour of an Algonquin Park trail. And, the music of Harris Ne
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Jun 11, 2006

#22 - Summer lovin'

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In this episode, Frieda Wierden, the mastermind behind the Women's International News Gathering Service talks about her love for radio, the Lascivious Biddies take the stage, and DVDiva muses compelli
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May 28, 2006

#21 - Democrazy

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In episode 21, we'll hear from the movers and shakers behind a startup democracy thinktank, Keith finds his personal freedom well kept under U.S. government lock and key, DVDiva admits her love of dis
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May 14, 2006

#20 - War Story Blues

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In this episode, Keith Gottschalk wonders why only a comedian can openly dress down the president of the United States, Intermedia artist Clive Holden tells us about his latest multi-year project, and
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Apr 30, 2006

#19 - Border Crossings

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This episode Keith Gottschalk takes a long, sad look at the way the Canadian government seems to be following in the footsteps of the Bush administration when it comes to covering military deaths. Hom
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Apr 2, 2006

#17 - The future is only a moment from now

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In this episode, Keith wonders about the psychological root of American apathy and futurist Tod Maffin talks about his love of radio and the podcast revolution. Wayne heads for a psychic fair to find
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Mar 20, 2006

Episode 16 - Of Cabbagetown and Things

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A welcome double dose of Charlotte Scott in Cabbagetown and in conversation with Chris Eaton, Jennifer Moore returns to Haiti, Wayne fills us in on RSS feeds, Keith Gottschalk on dissidents and deatht
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Mar 5, 2006

#15 - Gone to the docs

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This week, a feature interview with documentarian Alfred Neremberg, best known for his feature documentary "Stupidity." rabble radio's U.S. columnist calls up Neremberg in his Toronto home t

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