Tune in to SappyFest Radio on Tuesday nights at 8pm, starting May 21, for an hour of interviews and music of pre-Fest fun!
My guest today is Alison Howells, the Program Development Coordinator of UNB Leisure Learning and Design Works Programs. She joins me to celebrate the upcoming UNB Design Works summer camps for kids.
We’re looking for people interested in voice acting, scriptwriting, audio directing, audio editing and foley (sound fx) for a re-creation of an old-time radio drama script “What Was It?” by The Weird Circle. Join us on May 22 at 5:30pm to get started!
My guest today is Tim Rayne, a local film-maker who has been on a journey to document the community of musicians, venues, fans and others in something titled The Capital Project, which begins releasing its large collection of mini-docs on YouTube on May 15.
My guest today is Greg Everett, a local playwright working on a site-specific piece about the Old Burial Ground in the centre of Fredericton, entitled “Written in Marble, Buried in Earth: The Spirit of a Place”
This week, Bondo presents Joshua Greets Death, a recent single from Cherish Everything from the band Look Vibrant.
This week, Emma reminisces about the recent EMCAs in Charlottetown, and looks forward to Steve Poltz and the Harvest festival in the fall.
My guest today is Natasha MacLellan, the Artistic Director for Theatre New Brunswick (TNB). She shares with me her background in theatre, and we look forward to the 2019-2020 season at TNB.
My guest today is Scott Shannon, co-founder of Nasty Shadows Theatre Company, and writer/director/actor of their upcoming production A Story Jones.
This week, Emma looks forward to the ECMAs and the recently-announced guests at Harvest Jazz and Blues this fall.
This week, Bondo shares some energetic feminist punk with The Shiverettes. From their brand new album Real Shrill Bitches, we hear Spiteburger.
My guests today are Eddie Young (Living Roots Festival) and Erin Bond (Bondo from CHSR). They join me to talk about why tonight’s CHSR fundraiser concert stands out so strongly.
Jared Durelle returns to the show to tell us about his experiences visiting the indigenous group in Nova Scotia protesting the Atcon Gas processing plant.
My guests today are Corinski (playwright, director) and Nate (script supervisor, actor); they’re here to talk about an upcoming play called #SWIPERS
My guest today is Christine (with silent partner Brett). After a series of unfortunate events, they ended up losing their four pets to a local SPCA and have had difficulty getting them back.
My guest today is Marie Maltais, Director of the UNB Art Centre, which is hosting a panel discussion on proper respect, recycling and place of plastic in our modern world of environmental awareness.
My guest today is Ilango Sivasubramanian, a local entrepreneur who has been organizing an upcoming interactive celebration called 1st 420 Hemp Networking Project.
My guest today is Isabelle, one of the members of the Fredericton Swing Dance Club. They’re holding their 6th annual Swingin’ To Spring weekend event coming the weekend of April 26.
This week, Emma reminisces on recent shows, including Colin James, Buffie St Marie, Quote The Raven and Josh Bravener, and we gaze forward at the Symphony New Brunswick show (where they interpret ABBA), The Stampeders, Colin Fowlie’s album release, and more.
This week, Bondo brings us the soon-to-be-officially-released full album from Colin Fowlie called Party Music.
My guest today is James Boyle, co-founder of the upcoming Atlantic Podcast Summit, to be hosted in Halifax, NS on the weekend of May 4, 2019.
Host Patty Saad looks at the people who make the Fredericton theatre scene a creative oasis for newcomers. And she plays some tunes she remembers hearing on her brother’s Walkman.
Hosts Hermine de Pontevès and Johnathan Duffy take a look at education reform in New Brunswick and why young people are back playing games face to face.
Hosts Lauren Hoyt and Hillary Latham explore why millennials struggle to sleep and whether recycling is a waste.
My guest today is Rowan Miller, the Administrative Manager of Notable Acts.