Coming out inside the campus bubble: what is it like to be queer and here?
We talk about pot holes and broken driving hazards.
An exploration of what terms around mental health mean.
Coming up on the Conference Call for March 13: pot holes and driving hazards! Let us know your stories or call in live!
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, to talk about the upcoming performance of the works of Luciano Berio called “A Sequence of Sequences.”
On the call this week: how do we improve Fredericton?
We’ll be covering the AUS finals where UNB plays at home, and most of the upcoming national CIS hockey tournament!
Modern religious experience and multiculturalism are the subjects of the STU Journalism students today.
My guest today is Lisa-Ann Ross from Solo Chicken Productions, to talk about the upcoming multi-company experimental new theatre production, Shorts and Sweets.
UPDATE: first episode now scheduled for March 13. Our new community call-in show, Mondays at 8pm. Topic for March 13, 2017: “How can we improve our city?”
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, Musician-in-Residence at UNB, to talk about an upcoming performance of works featuring Le Chevalier de Saint-Georges.
The Credit Hour looks at love & relationships in the age of social media.
My guest today is Craig Norris, documentary filmmaker behind the touring presentation: Tideland Docfest.
My guest today is Matt Maclean, the UNB Mental Health Strategist. He joins me to talk about the opening of the new Peer Support Centre.
My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, Musician-in-Residence at UNB and performer of the upcoming concert Athèmes 2.
My guests today are Enesi (President of the International Student Association at UNB) and Hillary (event organizer) to talk about International Development Week.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein, Brittany Plourde and Allyson Roy to talk about the staging of George F. Walker’s Better Living.
My guest today is Dr. Robin C Whittaker, playwright of No White Picket Fence staged with Theatre St Thomas.
My guests today are Olivia and Emily, two of the nursing students helping to facilitate the upcoming support group discussions called It’s Not About Food
My guest today is Brendan Magee, one of the organizers of the upcoming Shivering Songs arts festival.
A chat with three members of half the bands for the Hometown Heroes weekend shows: Pen from Motherhood, Charlie from Cellarghost and Josh from The Hyperchondriacs.
My guest today is Bjorn Runefors, Director of the UNB Concert Band and UNB Chorale. The Fall Concert is coming up on November 6 at Memorial Hall.
My guest today is Kyra-Brynne Lake, director of the upcoming Theatre UNB production of Venus In Fur.
A few changes to the broadcast schedule for this weekend: hockey, a new soccer show, and From The Margins changes times!