Conversations that matter with Chris White, Petr Cancura, GCTC, Tom McSorley, Colo Toth and Jen Hayward. Sprinkled with relevant International Women's Day music.
|BBC News, followed by Breanne Neudorf, Meral Jamal & Allen Roulston welcoming you to the Friday Special Blend.|
|In The Morning|
Nina Simone - 'Nuff Said!
|Chris White shares his thoughts about Viola Desmond's presence on the new $10 bill.
Please see the video at https://youtu.be/6p4h2exBVe4 for very inspiring remarks from former Nova Scotia Lieutenant-Governor Mayann Francis at a ceremony on March 8 in honour of Viola at the Black Cultural Centre of Nova Scotia (31:00 to 53:00). There are also some wonderful comments starting at 1:12:00 from Viola's 91-year old sister, Wanda Robson.
|Petr Cancura, musician and Artist-In-Residence at Carleton University will share his experience as a saxophonist, mandolinist, composer (Jazz, Folk, African music), Ottawa Jazz Festival Programming Director and upcoming NAC performance on Tuesday March 13, 2018. Plus much more.|
|Waiting In Vain|
Al Connors - Single
|Barbara Gray (Arts Report) interviews GCTC actors performing in "How Black Mothers Say I Love You"|
|Barbara Gray (Arts Report) interviews Tom McSorley regarding the Nordic Festival.|
|A Rose Is Still A Rose|
Aretha Franklin - A Rose Is Still A Rose
|Colo Toth interview regarding Poetry Karaoke.|
|Carry It On|
Buffy Sainte-Marie - Power Is In The Blood
|Woman Of Heart And Mind|
Joni Mitchell - For The Roses
|What's Going On? with Breanne Neudorf followed by an interview with Jen Hayward, organizer of She's The Change.|
Susan Aglukark - This Child
|Metal Meral Jamal, first time seeing snow, describes her dog sledding experience in Quebec City.|
Rosie Lowe - Control
|Things That Make Me Pause & Ponder with Lucas Campoli|