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Saturday October 8th, 2016 with Martha Walsh and Chris White
Alan Neal, Amelia Curran, Jérémi Pierre Caron (Bitterly Healed), Roxanne Potvin, Royal Wood

CBC Radio host Alan Neal describes his "Random Play" event coming up on Thursday evening as part of the Ottawa Writers Festival. The event features Amos the Transparent, Hannah Georgas, Kaia Kater, Lynn Miles, Rich Aucoin, Tanika Charles and The Children ( Juno Award winner Amelia Curran calls in from St. John's. She will be in Ottawa on Wed. Oct. 19 to kick of the Folk Music Ontario conference with a concert at Irene's Pub. She founded a grassroots advocacy group called It's Mental, and will lead a mental health panel at the conference. Jérémi Pierre Caron plays live and talks about the differences between performing solo and with his band, Bitterly Healed. Roxanne Potvin, who has a glorious new album called "For Dreaming", drops by to perform and chat. And Royal Wood, who is in the middle of playing four consecutive dates at the Black Sheep just for fun, stops by the studio to sing, play... and whistle!
Bring Back My Heart
Martha Wainwright - I Will Internalize Canadian
Build a Home
Amos The Transparent - This Cold Escape Canadian
Are We Alright?
The Jimmy Tri-Tone Band - This Long Lonesome Highway Canadian
Wonderful Hearts
Lowlands - Huron Track Canadian
Jusqu'au Lendemain
Royal Wood and Martha Wainwright - Duet en Francais Canadian
I'm leaving you out
The Children - Time Capsule Canadian
Somebody Somewhere
Amelia Curran - They Promised you Mercy Canadian
Fables & Troubles
Amelia Curran - They Promised You Mercy Canadian
Soft Wooden Towers
Amelia Curran - They Promised You Mercy Canadian
The Season
Outside I'm a Giant - live in the studio Canadian
Lover of Mine
Outside I'm a Giant - live in the studio Canadian
Fishing with Jim
Outside I'm a Giant - live in the studio Canadian
The March
Roxanne Potvin - live in the studio Canadian
Interactive CKCU
Shelley Ann Morris
Hi All, Catching up with you on a Sunday morning while getting ready to go out for a run. Great show. Thank you for speaking so candidly about mental health issues--this is the only way we are going to break down barriers and strip away the stubborn stereotypes that persist around mental health issues.

6:56 AM, October 9th, 2016