It’s Valentine’s Day and Romance is in the air. But what does romance mean in 2018? Can it survive the #MeToo moment? And are we having less sex than our grandparents did?
My guests today are Ryan Gaio (Arts Editor), Caroline Mercier (Sports Editor) and Emma Macdonald (New Editor), here to talk about the February 2018 issue of The Brunswickan: Sex, Drugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll.
My guest today is the host and producer of Readful Things, Erin Bond. We discuss CHSR’s very own on-air bookclub.
My guests today are Matty Murray and Lydia Macleod, two of the organizers and performers of an upcoming production of The Vagina Monologues at UNB.
My guests today are Robbie Lynn (producer), Michael Palotto (writer) and Samuel Crowell (director) from the Theatre St Thomas presentation of new theatre called “What’s Next?”.
Emma Chevarie stops by to update on the music happenings she’s looking forward to over the next few weeks.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein (Director of Drama at UNB), Alex Pannier (actor) and Devin Rockwell (actor) to talk about the upcoming Theatre UNB production of Bone Cage by Catherine Banks.
My guest today is Lieff Salonius, the Director of Development and Communications of Science East. She joins me to chat about the centre and the upcoming Adult Science Night.
CHSR’s own Jared Durelle drops by to give his summary and impressions of this year’s State of the Province.
My guest today is Matt Maclean, UNB’s Mental Health Strategist. We talk about using improv and other games to help with mental health.
My guest is Josh Green, Photo Archivist at the Provincial Archives; we talk about his upcoming presentation about photos of Fredericton’s history.
My guest today is Sylvia D. Hamilton, filmmaker, poet and writer; her exhibit, “Excavation: Memory Work” is currently on display at the UNB Art Centre.
My guest today is Mike Southwell, President of Marijuana for Trauma.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein (director), Sarah DuBois (actor) and Veronica Howe (actor) from the upcoming Theatre UNB production of “Cats, Cockatoos and Caca”.
Emma (Editor-in-chief), Emma (News Editor) and Ryan (Arts Editor) stop by to talk about the upcoming edition of The Bruns.
My guests today are Barry McKnight and Bill Patrick, two volunteers with White Ribbon Fredericton.
Emma Chevarie returns to talk about her recent and not-so-recent concert experiences, from travelling across the city to across the continent.
Emma Chevarie (Music Runs Through It) joins me to talk about the upcoming two-night extravaganza for Sleepy Driver’s CD Release party, and reminisce about great shows from the past year.
My guest today is Peter Hicks from Sleepy Driver, joining me to talk about their latest release: Sugar Skull.
My guest today is Music Runs Through It’s Emma Chevarie, to talk about upcoming shows by Erin Costelo and the trio of Norma, Carmel and Kim.
My guest today is MP Matt DeCourcey, to talk about the Fredericton Youth Council entering its second year of operation.
My guest today is Emma Chevarie, creator of Music Runs Through It, to talk about her live music show promotion and the upcoming show from Jesse Roper.
My guest today is Kat Hall, the actress playing Wineva in the Theatre UNB current production of George F Walker’s “Criminals In Love”.
My guests today are Joe (Director), Brett (Actor) and Connor (Technical Director) for the upcoming Theatre UNB performance of George F. Walker’s “Criminals In Love”.
My guest today is Melissa, the stage manager of the upcoming Theatre UNB production of George F. Walker’s “Criminals In Love”.