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Friday Special Blend
Friday September 15th, 2017 with Amanda Jetté Knox and Bob LeDrew
The "Mind's Eye" episode, with mindfulness, eye contact, and "Surviving Canada"

Building a Boat
Matt Mays and El Torpedo - Terminal Romance Canadian
Lone Wolf
Jack Pine and the Fire - Left to our Own Devices Canadian New
Scheherzade Van Aarle has organized an Innerspace Mindfulness Meditation for Peace event on Parliament Hill, led by author and speaker Jon Kabat-Zinn. The event will take place on the lawn of Parliament Hill at noon on September 21, the International Day of Peace. For information: or
Don't Try to Change My Mind
Fred Eaglesmith and the flying squirrels - The Boy that just went wrong Canadian
Home for a rest
Spirit of the West - Save This House Canadian
Andrea Ross is the local organizer of an event on September 23. The World's Largest Eye Contact Experiment is a way to get people to simply gather in a place, stop, and make eye contact with another person for a minute or so. Ottawa's event will take place on the grounds of the National Gallery of Canada on September 23 from noon-3 p.m.
Gee Whiz (Look at his Eyes)
Carla Thomas - Stax 50th anniversary celebration
Fire-eyed boy
Broken Social Scene - Polaris Prize Nominees 2006 Canadian
Barbara Gray brings us her comprehensive list of cultural and arts events.
Be the Woman and The Man
Kelly Sloan - Big Deal Canadian
Evan Thornton joins us to talk about his social experiment of playing Words With Friends as a woman and what he discovered about online life.
Lay My Anger Down
Jory Nash - Little Pilgrim Canadian
Cut My Hair
Leela Gilday - Heart of the People Canadian
Prof. Kiera Ladner is one of the editors of a new collection of essays titled "Surviving Canada: Indigenous Peoples Celebrate 150 Years of Betrayal." The book launches September 22 in Ottawa: and the book is available here:
Interactive CKCU
Andrea Ross
Here is the commuter train ride singing Somewhere Over the Rainbow....

4:40 PM, September 15th, 2017