There are helpers all around us, providing services that we never realize until you need them yourselves. These helpers need support, too. My guest today is Janina Montagna, Resource Development Coordinator for Easter Seals NB. Easter Seals provides needed support for individuals with disabilities, in particular those with mobility-related issues. Janina joins me to talk
To do something special is one thing; to do it in song is quite another! My guests today are Corinski Nowlan (Artistic Director) and Lee Therieault (Music Director) of the upcoming Herbert the Cow presentation of the musical episode of the hit TV program, Buffy the Vampire Slayer called “Once More With Feeling”. We chat
My guests today were Lesley Balcom (Dean, UNB Libraries) and Joanne Smythe (Director, UNB Collections and Scholarly Communication) to talk about UNB’s Open Access Research Policy.
My guest today is Brandon Amyot, who is the Interim National Chairperson for the Canadian Federation of Students. They are calling for a national day of action on November 8 to protest against ever-increasing student debt load, insufficient financial supports for students and universities, and the overloading of international student fees.
In the golden age of radio drama, Orsen Welles captured the attention of the public with his production of the H.G. Wells classic, War of the Worlds. Black Box Productions staged a live theatre reproduction of the play at the Black Box Theatre, and then all the actors joined us in our studios. We recorded
My guests today are Jason McIntyre and Alex McAllister, founders of the new Smugglers Theatre company, and Plain Site Theatre Festival’s Alex Rioux, to talk about the debut show “The Baltimore Waltz”.
My guest today is Noël Wan, whose passion and experience with the harp extends back to her childhood, and remains as vibrant as ever.
Saxophonist-composer-bandleader Joel Miller stopped by to talk about his upcoming show, Epic Fantasy. He’s seeking to innovate, by merging elements of classical and jazz composition, following a lifelong fascination with music.
My guest today is Roland Urquhart, a senior kinesiology student involved a combination research and art project called The Art of Creation.
If you feel you might be missing out on true romance and the great middle-class dream, left with nothing but your participation ribbons, hosts Oliver Pearson, James McPhee and Daniel Salas have a show for you.
My guest today is Shelley Petit, Chair of the New Brunswick Coalition of Persons with Disabilities (NBCPD). She joins me to reflect on the recently announced federal budget, particularly where it makes promises (or omits) with respect to those who have the greatest needs.
My guests today are Len Falkenstein (play director, Director of Theatre at UNB), Heidi Downing (King Henry V); Joshua Burke (Bardolph/Williams). We discuss the desire to stage Henry V, how the play reflects on modern life, and what the experience of representing royalty feels like.
Hosts Lindsay Graham and Madison Currie explore the enduring attraction of apparitions in the age of algorithms.
My guest today is Craig Schneider, a sculptor and installation artist participating in the collective art exhibit Reflections, which is this year’s celebration and commemoration of World Water Day hosted by the UNB Art Centre.
My guest today is Terry Graff, a well-known and respected local artist, former CEO of the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, and participant in Reflections, the 2023 World Water Day art installation.
With the release of the Chat GPT late last year, AI went from the convenience of music algorithms to the usefulness of writing term papers and being a creative assistant.
My guest today is Ann Manuel, a visual artist participating in the World Water Day art installation celebrated by the UNB Arts Centre.
My guest today is Shelley Petit, the Chair of the New Brunswick Coalition of Persons With Disabilities (NBCPD), an advocacy organization looking to provide a voice to represent those with disabilities.
My guest today is Don Hannah, a Canadian playwright behind the new play Resident Aliens.
My guest today is Marie Maltais (Director, UNB Art Centre) about this year’s art response to the annual World Water Day observation: Reflections.
My guests today are Jane Isrealson (director) and David Blanchfield (actor: Wayne) from Theatre UNB’s presentation of Marriage: A Demolition in Two Acts.
My guest today is Colin Fowlie, someone who is involved in just about every aspect of music making, and is looking to help others grow.
My guests today are Jim Tranquilla (Executive Director, Tutta Musica Orchestra) and Blair Lawrence (Project Manager). They are both involved in a project called OVATION, a province-wide series of performances aimed at “Celebrating Everyday Heroes”.
Hosts Koan Walker-Titus and Calum MacDonald explore the fitness of a generation that spends its time in front of screens and its money on Skip the Dishes.