Jim Irvine, Devon Homick, Brian Henze, Bruce Thomson, and Tim Laatsch all come by our “live to air” table. We are at the Bringing You What’s Next In Your Field The 2018 Tour. Check out www.fspartners.ca and www.greatlakesgrain.com
Laura Green, Linda Humphries, and Katherine Grieve visit our studio today. Oxford 4-H is our topic. We have music, guest bios, and talking about agriculture and 4-H. We drill in on 4-H as a youth activity in Ontario, as a club in Oxford County, and about a new club about media this year. Our playlist:
- Small Towns and Big Dreams by Paul Brandt
- Friends With Tractors by Rodney Atkins
- Get Together by The Youngbloods
- Crazy by Patsy Cline
- Medley by Don Messer
- Centerfield by John Fogerty
- Could I have This Dance by Anne Murray
- Bidin’ My Time by Gene MacLellan
- Ventura Highway by America
- Snowbird by Anne Murray
- Forever Young by The Tenors
- Best of You by The Foo Fighters
- Our Lady of Peace by Clumsy
- Lullaby by Billy Joel
- Easy Silence by The Dixie Chicks
- Shake It Off by Taylor Swift
Wendell Schumm and Christine Schoonderwoerd of www.wfs.ca are back in the studio. Wendell and Christine were last here for http://radiowaterloo.ca/episode-147-agriculture-show You can check out their podcasts at https://soundcloud.com/user-725843201 or at https://www.farmruralag.com/category/ontario-agcast Our playlist:
- Fishin’ in the Dark by The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
- Walk This Way by Aerosmith
- 40 Hour Week for a Living by Alabama
- Hurt by Johnny Cash
- Castle on the Hill by Ed Sheeran
- Online by Brad Paisley
- Dead Skunk In The Middle Of The Road by Loudan Wainwright
- For What It’s Worth by Buffalo Springfield
- Ode to Billy Joe by Bobby Gentry
- It Don’t Come Easy by Ringo Starr
- It’s A Great Day To Be Alive by Travis Tritt
- Big Yellow Taxi by Joni Mitchell
- Radioactive by Imagine Dragons
- Kick The Dust Up by Luke Bryant
- Escarpment Blues by Sarah Harmer
- Rain Is A Good Thing by Luke Bryant
Barry Hill is our guest this week. Barry has been involved in many groups and activities. Check these links. Nomination to the Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame www.oahf.on.ca Past president of the Ontario Crop and Soil Improvement Association www.ontariosoilcrop.org Chapel Committee Chair www.mohawkchapel.ca Original Board Member of Integrated Grain Processors Co-operative Inc www.igpc.ca
- Hello Darlin’ by Conway Twitty
- Object of My Affection by Micky Gilley
- Everything is Beautiful by Floyd Cramer
- Pipe organ by St Pauls Cathedral
- Cindy Lou by Mark LaForme
Janet Fleming and Sue Hilborn bring to The Agriculture Show news of an upcoming production of Kai The Barbarian in Embro late March. www.facebook.com/EZorra We talk about lots of things about agriculture as well. Our Playlist was a CD called Fly Like Swallows produced by Cambridge artist Allison Lupton.
David Banbury is in the studio today from www.banburygrasslands.ca Check out this Youtube of a speaker Dave really likes from the links on the grasslands site. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpTHi7O66pI Our Playlist:
- Fields of Gold by Eva Cassidy
- It’s My Life by Bon Jovi
- With or Without You by U2
- Save Tonight by Eagle Eye Cherry
- Ordinary Day by Great Big Sea
Robert Shantz and Jason Atwater are in the studio today. You can learn more about what they do. https://www.facebook.com/AyrFireDepartment/ Our playlist:
- Chicago Fire Suite by Atli Orvarsson
- Kick Start my Heart by Motley Crue
- Big Red Truck ( A Firefighters Life) by John Riggins
- Burnin’ It Down by Jason Aldean
- The Firefighter Song by Paul Cummings
Gord Grant and Mark Reusser are in studio today for episode 207. It’s a tradition of The Agriculture Show to bring our first guests in at the beginning of a new season. Our playlist:
- City of New Orleans by Arlo Guthrie
- Canadian Railroad Trilogy by Gordon Lightfoot
- Chattanooga Choo-Choo by Glen Miller
- Flying CPR by Stompin’ Tom
- Freight Train by Joan Baez
- Wreck of 97 by Boxcar Willie
- Once I Built A Railroad by Tom Waites
The Golden Record consists of 115 analog-encoded photographs, greetings in 55 languages, a 12-minute montage of sounds on Earth and 90 minutes of music.
What would you put on a Golden Record?
The text below was spoken by Kurt Waldheim, the Secretary General of the United Nations.
I send greetings on behalf of the people of our planet. We step out of our solar system into the universe seeking only peace and friendship, to teach if we are called upon, to be taught if we are fortunate. We know full well that our planet and all its inhabitants are but a small part of the immense universe that surrounds us and it is with humility and hope that we take this step.
Here is that recording as well as recordings by other speakers. Feel free to send me your recording of the same text.
Original Waldheim recording
The recording in Korean by Jay Jeong 2018
More info on the Golden Record. This is the show opening clip.
40 years ago in 1977, CKMS radio and the Voyager spacecrafts were launched. in a few years, the spacecrafts will power down, as their nuclear power source dwindles. We trust CKMS will be broadcasting for many more years than that.
The Voyager Golden Records are phonograph records that were included aboard both Voyager spacecraft. The records are thought to be able to remain intact for a billion years.
The records contain sounds and images selected to portray the diversity of life and culture on Earth, and are intended for any intelligent extraterrestrial life form, or for future humans, who may find them. Those records are considered as a sort of, time capsule.
Carl Sagan noted that “The spacecraft will be encountered and the record played only if there are advanced space-faring civilizations in interstellar space. The launching of this ‘bottle’ into the cosmic ‘ocean’ says something very hopeful about life on this planet.
Sagan and his associates assembled 115 images and a variety of natural sounds, such as those made by surf, wind, thunder and animals (including the songs of birds and whales). To this they added 30 musical selections from different cultures and eras, spoken greetings in 55 ancient and modern languages, and other human sounds, like footsteps and laughter.
Here is an excerpt of President Carter’s official statement placed on the Voyager spacecraft for its trip outside the Solar System, June 16, 1977:
We cast this message into the cosmos … Of the 200 billion stars in the Milky Way galaxy, some – perhaps many – may have inhabited planets and space faring civilizations. If one such civilization intercepts Voyager and can understand these recorded contents, here is our message: This is a present from a small distant world, a token of our sounds, our science, our images, our music, our thoughts, and our feelings. We are attempting to survive our time so we may live into yours. We hope some day, having solved the problems we face, to join a community of galactic civilizations. This record represents our hope and our determination and our goodwill in a vast and awesome universe.
What would you put on a Golden Record?
Rick Dunnett is the guest today of The Agriculture Show. Rick is very involved with plowing matches locally and provincially. www.plowingmatch.org Our playlist:
- Talladega by Eric Church
- Night Moves by Bob Seeger
- Hotel California by The Eagles
- No Sugar Tonight by The Guess Who
- The Weight by The Band
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8C5DAF3F79800872.A61E6ECE-6CC6-4622-B517-5ED634080B14@mail.outlook.com“>Hi team,Can you please a recording to my time slot, maybe one of the Beta ones.I’m trying to do it from where I am but either the connection here is terrible (up north) or the computer at the station is slow when listing media.The show is at 7pm.Please let me know.Pablo
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Hope you’re enjoying the week! Wanted to send you a note about JUNO Award-winning Canadian guitarist/songwriter/producer, Jesse Cook. He will be Kitchener on November 15 for a show at Centre in the Square sharing music from his new album, Beyond Borders, and I would love if we could set up an interview with him around the show, or while he is in town. Would you be interested in setting something up within the coming weeks? Jesse is an incredible performer, so I’d be happy to request a spot on the media list if you’d like to check out the concert, as well.
Beyond Borders was released on September 15 via eOne and follows the success of Jesse’s previous album, One World, and blends a variety of global elements, blurring lines between sound and style. I’ve included a link to the stream below so you can check it out, in addition to more great stories and details about the album. Two years in the making (with Jesse writing, arranging and recording the music in his home studio in Toronto), the album explores a sonic landscape undefined by geography, ethnicity and genres, as Jesse adds his unique, contemporary nuances through his distinct and intricate guitar style. The album’s first single, Double Dutch, exemplifies this with rhythms of Spain and Cuba, and salsa styles influenced by Miami and New York, over a djembe line – it has a great music video you can check out below. Born in Paris to Canadian parents, Jesse has recorded in seven countries on three continents, collaborating with Egyptian, Colombian, Brazilian, African and Armenian musicians to develop a singular synthesis of flamenco, jazz, R&B, electronic and world music. A father of two, master barista, filmmaker and world traveler, he has released 10 albums to-date, garnering eleven JUNO nominations – and a win for 2001’s Free Fall – in the World Music and Instrumental categories. I have attached Jesse’s bio, and included the latest press release announcing the album below my signature for more details. Please let me know what you think.
Beyond Borders album stream (confidential – please do not share/post): https://
Hembra music video – directed and produced by Jesse on-site in Cartagena, Colombia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Double Dutch music video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Lost music video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/
The album’s first single, Double Dutch, exemplifies this with rhythms of Spain and Cuba, and salsa styles influenced by Miami and New York, over a djembe line – it has a great music video you can check out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=hOjctd1mNME. It features Egyptian vocalist, Maryem Tollar, who adds improvised melodies to the track. A Mi Nina is a slow flamenco/rumba solo piece from Jesse, which was recorded in one take in a small studio in his countryside cabin, and is an ode to Jesse’s daughter, as it his her favourite song. Another track to start with includes funk and tabla-accented Wisdom of a Thousand Years, which was co-written with Bulgarian vocalist, Tamar Ilana, and features violinist, Chris Church. Jesse is not only a musician but a filmmaker that produces, shoots and edits his own videos – he recently traveled to Cartagena, Colombia, the hometown of his collaborator, Juan Medrano, to film the video for Hembra: https://youtu.be/i9srZFMhCZU.
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The Agriculture Show is live at www.outdoorfarmshow.com in Woodstock. Two of our four guests are in this picture, Marvin Talsma and Jenna MacDougall. The other guests are Dan Wright and Mark Kerry. Here are some other great links. www.climatefieldview.ca www.cdnseed.org www.dekalb.ca www.agscape.ca Our Playlist:
- Wheat Kings by The Tragically Hip
- YYZ by Rush
- The Journey by Paul Brandt
- Bad by U2
Today’s show was a remote live-to-air from the Pioneer Agronomy Centre south of Ayr Ontario. There were many great speakers about agriculture. L to R in the picture, Adam Gaspar, Ashley Pfister, Jeff Stager, Rachel Faust, Erin Calhoun, and Ali Aziz. Other speakers were Scott Cressman , Kaye McLagan, and Sean Dunnett. Some of the music selections were Shania Twain, Jason McLean, The Irish Rovers, and Johnny Cash.
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CAL1GwfAB1W5i8GTrSaMAVGa5QtbfuwTGiX_pXx6nUi8p8CAemail@example.com“>Tomorrow morning I will be attending the following event to recognize our grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation. The grant will help improve a lot of things at the station as well as add video capabilities to the studio. If anyone can attend tomorrow, I am looking for someone to take photos or video. It’s from 10 to 10:30 AM.
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Subject: Media Advisory – Building Up Kitchener with Innovative New Programs and Services
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Building Up Kitchener with Innovative New Programs and Services
September 6, 2017
Kitchener Centre MPP Daiene Vernile and the Ontario Trillium Foundation will recognize local organizations that are building healthy and vibrant communities with seed investment grants. Photo opportunities will follow.
Date: September 7, 2017
Time: 10:00am – 10:30am
Location: 84 Frederick Street, Kitchener, ON N2H 2L7
Parking: Market Square or the Benton & Charles Street parkade, or street parking.
Office of Daiene Vernile, MPP Kitchener Centre
379 Queen Street South Unit 3, Kitchener ON N2G 1W6
Denise Hockaday is in our studio today. Denise lives in the Region of Waterloo and works for www.climatefieldview.ca Today is our 200th show and also a solar eclipse in North America. WOW! Our playlist:
- I’m In A Hurry (And Don’t Know Why) by Alabama
- Roar by Katy Perry
- Leavin’ by Paul Brandt
- Closing Time by Semisonic
- Home by The Piano Guys