Hosted by: Laurie-Ann Copple, Tony Copple, Chris White and Ron Weiss
Airs: Alternate Fridays from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Next broadcast: June 30th, 2017
Coming up at 3:00 PM on June 30th, 2017:
L-A and Tony co-host a 'goodbye' show for Tony Turner, who left this week to retire in Nanaimo.
|Jun. 30, 2017||Laurie-Ann & Tony Copple||Tony Turner and Sharon Reeve leave Ottawa and retire in Nanaimo. Canada turns 150 tomorrow. We feature one brand new Canada 150 song you have never heard, and other Canadiana|
|Jun. 16, 2017||Chris White||We chat with Durham County Poets who play the Black Sheep this evening, and we hear news and music from the "folkish" community.||
|Jun. 2, 2017||Tony Copple||Goodbye Tony Turner Part 1||
|May. 19, 2017||Chris White||Christine Earnshaw, Laine Johnson (SynapCity, 100in1day)||
Introduced as CKCU's Friday afternoon folkish show, 'Window' is an opportunity for newer artists to
hear their work on air, on CD and live in studio. However we also play established artists. We play (at least
one song) from every CD that we receive from agents or the artists themselves. The reason we use the term
'folkish' is that these days it's not to easy to tell where folk ends and rock, or country, or even jazz, begins.
Hence the genres 'folk rock' and 'country folk.' The original host of the show when it was in a late night slot was
Dean Verger, who gave the show to Laurie-Ann Copple, who added husband Tony. Chris White started as a
regular monthly host beginning September 14, 2012, a great addition to the team with his experience 16 years
as musical director of the Ottawa Folk Festival.
Trish Bolechowsky joined as a host from August 2013 until December 2014. Ron Weiss joined the team in May 2016, and was with us till March 2017.
Follow Window of Opportunity on Twitter @windowofop. http://web.ncf.ca/eh202/window.html is our web page,
which has links to our Facebook page and Twitter.
See Tony's world of music site: http://web.ncf.ca/eh202/music.html
After a run of 16 years, Window will broadcast its final show on 28 July 2017. Tony and Laurie-Ann are moving to South Africa as missionaries, and they hope to continue broadcasting there in community radio.