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Friday Special Blend

Friday Special Blend
Friday December 7th, 2018 with Allen Roulston, Alecks Charron, Jo Roulston & Barbara Gray
Poetry, Art, Karaoke, Documentary Film and more.

Stéphane Trottier describes a place one can only reach via Airplane, then Helicopter, then snowmobile, followed by a little walking. Chris White goes explores the Carleton University Art Gallery display of Alootook Ipellie: Walking Both Sides of an Invisible Border. Monique Fuller explores Ottawa School Board (interview) Colo Toth (rhymes with Both) shares POEtry KAraoke.
7:00 am BBC News
7:06 am Interview with Stéphane Trottier, co-creator of the documentary film COASTERS, a fascinating exploration of an area of Canada you can only reach by combining transport via airplane, helicopter and snowmobile.
Visit this website for more information:
https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/coasters-english-version-national-gallery-ottawa-tickets-52803184747
7:30 am Chris White explores the Carleton University Art Gallery display of Alootook Ipellie: Walking Both Sides of an Invisible Border.
Visit this website for more information:
https://newsroom.carleton.ca/2018/carleton-university-art-gallery-launches-fall-exhibitions/
7:55 am Arts Report (Part I) with Barbara Gray
8:00 am BBC News
8:05 am Arts Report (Part II) with Barbara Gary
8:11 am Monique Fuller (A Luta Continua) joins the Friday Special Blend to present an Ontario School Board interview.
8:30 am Interview with Colo Toth, organizer of POEtry KAraoke (POEKA), where we all embrace poetry via spoken words.
Visit this web site for more information:
https://ottawa.carpe-diem.events/calendar/8731067-poeka-at-the-origin-arts-community-centre/
Interactive CKCU
Terry
You can't get there from here (re: Coasters Interview)

3:00 PM, December 7th, 2018