Chris Waddell and Tim Rayne talk with Jeff MacFarlane about the community centre project, The Ville. Music by Hey Rosetta, Jessica Rhaye, Gypsophilia, Norma Macdonald and Rosewood Annie.
Guest host Chris Waddell talks to TNB Artistic Director Thomas Morgan Jones about his new upcoming play, “You Play Beautifully”. Music by The Standfields, Natalie MacMaster, Alert The Medic, Carla Bonnell and Little You Little Me.
My guest today is Richard Hornsby, Director of Music of the NB Summer Music Festival. Music by Of The Pack and Gypsophilia.
Random chance is a wonderful thing! With two hosts down for the weather, I (Mark the Encaffeinated ONE) decided to pop in to cover the Lunchbox. At just that time, Dillon Ryan dropped by with his brand-new self-titled CD, Dillon Ryan’s Hindsight. I chatted with Ryan about his view of music, what life as an
Bondo joins me to talk about Music NB’s weekend AGM, and the new “Festival 506” idea. Music today by Seoul and Jessy Ashfield.
My guest today is Tania Breen, Director of the TNB Theatre School. We talk in detail about the several upcoming summer drama camps for children of all ages. Music today by Like A Motorcycle, Napalmpom and Cory Paul Hill.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein, Jake Martin and Sharisse LeBrun, all from the exciting 2015 summer season of Bard In The Barracks, featuring Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet. Music today by Braids, Milk + Bone and Midday Swim.
My guest today is Drew “Dee” Budovich, a member of the Shifty Bits Cult. We talked about the upcoming 2nd Open Arts Gathering. Music today by Heat, Rich Aucoin and (almost) Elephant Skeletons.
Today we hear recorded speeches from the UNB/STU 2015 #MyDefinition campaign kick-off, along with music by The Reference Desk and Yes, We Mystic.
Imelda Perley, UNB’s Elder-in-Residence talks to me about the Circle of Understanding called Honouring Residential School Survivors. Music by Jessica Rhaye and Kuato.
A guest interview where Matt Baxter talks to Tina Sipp, an Event Coordinator for the African Children’s Choir. Music from Patrick Watson and the African Children’s Choir.
Guest host Matt Baxter and co-host Alex Tracy-Gould along with special guest Scott MacKay. Music by The Fratellis, Born Ruffians, Elephant Skeletons, Metronomy, The Arkells and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr.
My guest today is Doug from the Fredericton Motorcycle Club, talking about the upcoming Toy Run. Music by Hawksley Workman and Scientist of Sound.
Frank Collins, Assistant Dean of Engineering at UNB Fredericton, joins me to talk about his experience at being a judge at the Canada-Wide Science Fair, and how impressive the science done by these students really is. Music today by BB King and The Young Novelists.
Lauren Gamble and Daniel O’Neil are both Ambassadors with the Canada-Wide Science Fair currently being hosted by UNB. Music today by Instruments and Tallest to Shortest.
Rob McCabe, Executive Director of Youth Science Canada joins me to talk about the Canada-Wide Science Fair currently being hosted at UNB Fredericton in the Currie Centre. Music by Tomato/Tomato, Milk + Bone and Psychostick.
My guest today is Jennifer Richard from the Fredericton Assault Crisis Centre to talk about Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Music by Canvas and Soho Ghetto.
Barry MacKnight and Jennifer Richard join me in studio to talk about White Ribbon Fredericton and the march at noon on May 6. Music by Stephen Lewis and The Big Band of One, Peter Katz and C & C Music Factory.
Matt and Mike, members of the Montreal pop/rock/reggae, join me as guests today. Music by The Real MacKenzies, Fossil Cliffs and Made Them Lions.
My guests today are Thomas Morgan Jones (TNB’s new Artistic Director) & Alison Howells (Program Development Officer for Leisure Learning & Design Works Camps for Kids). Music today by Sieraslave, Elephant Skeletons and Revenge of the Trees.
Kim Lawrence from Real Food Connections drops by to chat about the history, present and future of this great local produce organization. Music by Double Experience, Ken Tizzard and Jon McKiel.
Jessica Christmas discusses the struggle to keep alive and expand education of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet native language. Laurie Mazzerol explores the role of video games in our lives, for better and for worse.
Conor Brown discusses illegal downloading of music; Yi Fan describes the phenomenon of KPOP.
Julian Christie, co-head organizer of Enbicon, joins me to talk about the upcoming International TableTop Game Day on April 11, with special events at Unplugged. Music today by Carleton Stone and Lemon Bucket Orkestra.
Jason Surette of Big Hearts, Small City joins me to talk about his organization and how they help people after catastrophic loss due to things like fire. Music today by Shaun Leblanc and Mindseed.