In the final STU Lunchbox of the season, Anika Duivenvoorden discusses “Local Food”, and Kaylee Moore takes a look at “Living with Dementia”.
Local filmmaker Jesse Anthony stopped by today to chat with Tim and I about his feature film “Skate Proof”, as well as film-making with passion (and no money).
STU Journalism presents The Lunchbox today with a pair of very different documentaries. First up, Kayla Byrne presents “Public Art in Fredericton”. Then, Frank Jr. Molley presents “The 40th Anniversary of Wounded Knee 1973”.
STU Journalism students Nicole Vair and Nicola MacLeod bring you today’s pair of documentaries, all about mental health.
Kara Comeau and Meridith Gillis present this episode of STU’s Lunchbox series, on the Controversy Between Spirit and Skin. The first half hour explores The Fringes of Sexuality, and the second half goes to the opposite extreme: People Who Never Have Sex.
1) Tell our readers a bit about this class? It’s a third-year radio journalism class with an average of 20 students. I emphasize current affairs. In the fall-term, we learn how to tell stories with sound from the 60-second news story to soundscapes and short documentaries. In the second term, we put those skills in
On today’s STU Journalism Lunchbox, Bridgett Yard and Inda Intiyar discuss relationships, from the complicated ways of modern relationships we have to the use of social media in forming, transforming and possibly ending relationships.
Our very own Bondo (Homemade Jams, Anything Goes) spent a very long weekend taking in as much of the East Coast Music Awards (ECMAs) in Halifax as humanly possible. We spend an hour unpacking her experience and playing some of the winners.
Local Sean One (Bandcamp) drops by the studio today to spend the hour talking about the changes, impact and world of Rap and Hip-Hop with myself and Tim Rayne.
Producer, remix master, founder of a new label Lisbon Lux, and all-round cool guy French Fox stopped by the station today to talk with Tim & Mark about his Canadian experience, creating remixes and the power of music.
STU Journalism students discuss how Generation Y deals with unemployment, and the changing models of fitness.
Local hip-hop artist Ceeb stops by to talk about hip-hop battles, living in Fredericton, and his new album Still Down.
Entrepreneurs take note! Today I spoke with Suhaim Abdussamad of Startup Kitchen about Fredericton’s first participation in Startup Weekend coming up on March 22. This will be hosted at the Pond Deshponde Centre. Don’t forget that the week preceding the Startup Weekend is the East Coast Startup Week, with several events intended to help every
We had the pleasure of chatting with Matt Johnson of the Fredericton Community Bicycle Organization (FCBO). The FCBO hopes to build a welcoming community for information about “utility cycling” — getting on your bike as the way to get from here to there, an alternative to cars, buses or walking.
Today’s line-up: Overton Window by Rain Over St. Ambrose; Barry Awards winners; Encyclopedia of Classic Takedowns by AC Newman; Events happening around town for Valentines
Marc (not the encaffeinated one) and Nutty get together to fill in for the Lunchbox today. We play some music, read some PSAs and talk about American Thanksgiving, Lasagna, Movember, Epic’s Lost Girl DVD contest, and NaNoWiMo. enjoy. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | More
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Ilan Levy has been bicycling across Canada in support of SchoolBOX, a program to raise money for schoolchildren in Nicaragua. We spoke to him on the phone on August 11, and he arrived in studio to chat with us live on August 16. August 11 interview (hosted by Station Manager Tim) [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110811%20-%20Interview%20with%20Ilan%20Levy%20of%20SchoolBOX%20-%20FINAL.mp3] August 16 interview
Fredericton blogger Charles Leblanc recently hit his millionth hit on his blog, and Justin Marshall (host of Political Junkies) sat down to talk to him about how he got to this point, and his role in politics in New Brunswick. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS |
Happy Pi Approximation Day! (It’s 22/7 today! … Yeah, I had to look it up too.) Don’t like that? Ok, so it’s also Ratcatcher’s Day! 😛 With lightning and thunder crashing all around, how could I not play Flash Lightnin’s self-titled track from their self-titled album? Really? No going against that grain. I also couldn’t
Events happening tonight include: the postponed Vinyl 2Bits concert in Officer’s Square; Peter Hicks playing at Guard House Barracks Square; The Stringers playing at Main Street Ampitheatre; Harry Potter is out! See full post for links & details.
Canadian metal legends Anvil touched briefly down in Fredericton, prompting a two-part special Lunchbox series on the band’s legacy, and featuring an interview with Lips. Part 1: about the band [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110511%20-%20Anvil%20special%20pt%201.mp3|titles=Anvil pt 1: about the band] Part 2: interview with Lips [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110512%20-%20Anvil%20special%20pt%202%20-%20Interview%20with%20Lips.mp3|titles=Interview with Lips of Anvil]
CHSR’s own Justin Marshall (host of Political Junkies) sat down with each of the candidates in the Fredericton-area federal riding. These have been airing on Lunchbox at noon on the station, but in case you missed them, here they are, in the order they were broadcast! Independent Candidate Adam Scott Ness Website (Facebook) [audio:http://chsrfm.ca/podcast/general/Lunchbox/Lunchbox%20-%20D20110418%20-%20Independent%20Federal%20Candidate%20Adam%20Scott%20Ness.mp3]