My guest today is Nadia Francavilla, the curator (and participant) in a new Contemporary Music Festival hosted at UNB.
My guest today is Glendon McKinney, a local film-maker who has long been fascinated and inspired by choices of colours in movies.
My guests today are Peter Evenchuck and Helene Lacelle, two filmmakers from nearby Chipman with a history of filming just about everything and then making partially-fiction narrative documentaries afterward.
My guests today are two, 3rd-year students in UNB’s Nursing program, Tristan and Tanisha, who are also part of the practical experience placement with a discussion group for UNB and STU students called It’s Not About Food.
This week, Emma reflections on Festival506/Conference506 and looks forward to Rob Lutes, Kill Chicago’s album release, and a very busy November schedule.
This week, Bondo brings us the song Roar For War from the latest album from Young Satan In Love, which debuted on Halloween night: Dancing With A Goblin.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein, Sydney Hallett and Greg Robinson, all involved in STU Theatre’s current spooky-season production of Jordan Tannahill’s Concord Floral.
My guest today is Stephanie Pettigrew, a PhD student in UNB’s History department whose dissertation focuses on witchcraft and blasphemy in seventeenth century Montreal.
My guest today is Robbie Lynn, the playwright and director behind a new work adapting a philosophical work for an intimate stage setting, called Philosophia: An Adaptation of Plato’s Symposium.
This week, Bondo brings in the debut release The Station from two brothers who make up Hey Major, picking the song Brother to feature.
This week, Emma looks forward to Dave Gunning’s upcoming CD release, Festival506 and Juno selections
My guests today are Alexe LaPointe (Director), Maria Ingrahm (Co-Director, Stage Manager) and Bhavya (Actor) from the upcoming Theatre UNB production of Never Swim Alone.
My guest today is Natasha MacLellan, the Artistic Director of Theatre New Brunswick and director of the upcoming political comedy production, 1979.
My guest today is Kelly McAllister, founder of the latest theatre company in Fredericton, Spearhead Theatre. The the 1st Annual 24-hour SHT Show theatre challenge comes up in November.
My guest today is Tilly Jackson, often known more as an actor in Fredericton theatre, but switching hats here to be the director of Spearhead Theatre’s inaugural production, Agnes of God. (This interview originally from August.)
My guest today is Natalie Sappier, a Wolistoqey storyteller and artist of many media.
My guest today is Julie Comeau, founder of Real Life Survivor, an organization that seeks to discover, highlight and share stories of extraordinary, ordinary people.
This week, Emma looks forward to a full calendar of fall events, including some big tributes to bands.
This week, Bondo brings in the soon-to-be-released self-titled album by My Black Ram, (made up largely of members of Sleepy Driver), and we sample Another Love.
Today, local journalism student Jared Durelle joins me to discuss the display of the federal election candidates from the local area at a recent debate.
This week, Bondo brings in a challenging band Mark is familiar with: Fly Pan Am, with Distance Dealer from the new release C’est ça.
This week, Emma reflects a little on Harvest, and we look forward to this week’s offerings.
My guest today is Leanna Thomas, a PhD student in UNB’s History department. She finds herself entering into a comparative analysis of francophone authors from across the world.
This week, Bondo brings in a personal selection with Charger from Foreign Diplomats from their latest album, Monami.
My guests today are Lori Quick (UNB Art Centre) and Matt Maclean (UNB Counselling Services) who have joined together with others to host a program called Art Hive.