1. Rush, Natural Science
2. Steppenwolf, Jupiter’s Child
3. Lou Reed, Andy’s Chest
4. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Sunburst
5. The Rolling Stones, Let It Loose
6. Sex Pistols, Holidays In The Sun
7. Chicago, Listen
8. Creedence Clearwater Revival, Graveyard Train
9. Nash The Slash, Metropolis/Children Of The Night
10. Santana, Batonga
11. U2, Stand Up Comedy
12. Love, A House Is Not A Motel
13. Thunderclap Newman, Accidents (album version)
14. AC/DC, Overdose
15. David Bowie, What In The World
16. The Beatles, Fixing A Hole
17. Metallica, The Frayed Ends Of Sanity
18. Black Sabbath, Megalomania
19. Megadeth, Tornado Of Souls
20. Hawkwind, Motorway City
21. Kansas, Portrait (He Knew)
22. Queen, Sleeping On The Sidewalk
23. Talking Heads, The Big Country
24. Rory Gallagher, Overnight Bag
25. Pink Floyd, Matilda Mother
26. Zager And Evans, In The Year 2525
27. The Allman Brothers Band, Southbound
28. Traffic, Walking In The Wind
29. Supertramp, Brother Where You Bound
Every year WR Nonviolence invites all community groups, social justice agencies, peace organizations, and everyone else to enjoy a quiet, peaceful, nonviolent Day In The Park. There are kids’ games, music, and information booths along the walkway to enjoy as you learn about a nonviolent way of living.
Catch the Youngest Canadian Radio Show Hosts and their guest Kelly Dick, former NDP MPP candidate in Kitchener-Conestoga and current President Waterloo Regional Labour Council & United Food and Commercial Workers Union, on CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo. On Sunday July 21st, 2019 at 12 noon, join us as we discuss the importance of Youth & Minority Votes and Kelly’s own political career and struggles.
It will be live streamed on Facebook too.
Shout out to my classmate Katherine Lam for making Kelly’s Radio Show Poster.
Jim Dyer and Lorna Ferguson are our guests today. Check out these links while we discuss pollinators. www.facebook.com/cpp.amcc www.waterlooregionnature.ca/event/cambridge-pollinator-preserve/ www.regionofwaterloo.cioc.ca/record/CND0098 Our playlist:
Where Have All The Flowers Gone by The Kingston Trio
Tonight is the sixth show in my “Only listen once a day or your brain will be destroyed” series. This show will feature the strange, the eclectic, the avant garde. Avant-garde music is music that is considered to be at the forefront of experimentation or innovation in its field, with the term “avant-garde” implying a critique of existing aesthetic conventions, rejection of the status quo in favor of unique or original elements, and the idea of deliberately challenging or alienating audiences
Sam Nabi wasn’t available today, so we pre-recorded his interview on 3 July 2019. But through the miracle of recorded sound, it’s as though he was right in the studio!
Where is the Gaukel Greenway?
The Tweet that rocked the community:
Closing Gaukel St. hasn’t really affected downtown traffic as far as I can see. How great would it be to turn the entire street into a pedestrian promenade? It would link the park, the Victoria Park ION station, and City Hall. pic.twitter.com/L2DnbjvUU9
This American Life is a weekly public radio program and podcast. Each week we choose a theme and put together different kinds of stories on that theme.
Mostly we do journalism, but an entertaining kind of journalism that’s built around plot. In other words, stories! Our favorite sorts of stories have compelling people at the center of them, funny moments, big feelings, surprising plot twists, and interesting ideas. Like little movies for radio.
This American Life airs on Tuesday from 9:00am to 10:00am.
Science for the People is a long-format interview podcast that explores the connections between science, popular culture, history, and public policy, to help listeners understand the evidence and arguments behind what’s in the news and on the shelves.
Every week, our hosts sit down with science researchers, writers, authors, journalists, and experts to discuss science from the past, the science that affects our lives today, and how science might change our future.
Science for the People airs on Mondays from 9:00am to 10:00am.
Catch the Youngest Radio Show Hosts and their guest Alan Keeso, Conservative MP candidate in Kitchener-South Hespeler, on CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo. On Sunday July 14th, 2019 at 12 noon, join us as we discuss the importance of Youth & Minority Votes and Alan’s political career and struggles. We will also discuss with Alan issues that matter to Youth and Minority in his own riding.
It will be live streamed on Facebook too.
Shout out to my classmate Katherine Lam for making Alan’s Radio Show Poster.
On Canada Day we talk about colonialism and settlement in Turtle Island, the students’ School Strike for Climate, and Kitchener-Waterloo VegFest. Our guests are Sophia Kudriavtsev, who’s been leading the School Strikes, Kaiha, an 11-year-old student who’s been speaking at the School Strike rallies in Toronto and the Nation Rising rally in Ottawa, and Mo Markham, organizer of KW Vegfest.
Catch the Youngest Radio Show Hosts and their guest, Deepa Ahluwalia, Equity and Inclusion Officer from the Waterloo Region District School Board, on CKMS 102.7 FM Radio Waterloo, on Sunday July 7th, 2019 at 12 noon as we discuss the importance of Youth & Minority Votes and Student Safety. It will be live streamed on Facebook too.
Shout out to my classmate Katherine Lam for making our first Radio Show Poster!
My guest this week Maria Almhana, arrived in Canada in November 2017 from Syria. She was confused, depressed, was not sure what to do. In January 2018 she applied to get “the 100 Syrian Women, 10,000 Syrian Lives Scholarship” from Jusoor organisation which had partnership with student-funded humanitarian initiative, International Student Overcoming War(ISOW), at Wilfrid Laurier University.
As the Syrian conflict escalated, she maintained hope and began to apply her education and skills toward those who were increasingly vulnerable. She volunteered with agencies and became employed as a caseworker for the charitable organisation, Terre Des Hommes, Syria. This scholarship is for Syrian women who have demonstrated exemplary social service with leadership, academic excellence, and civic responsibility, who have characteristics reflecting the importance of empathy, humility, courage, and resilience, and who have potential to serve as global leaders. Currently, she is among 13 students coming from conflict zones at WLU who get the support from ISO. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in International Public Policy at Balsillie School of International Affairs.
She shared her story is of losses and some wins as a young Syrian in a time of war. Her experiences before arriving in Canada from Syria is something that her new friends in Canada may never understand. Even as she settles in this place of peace, with its quiet nights, its houses and streets intact, in her mind, she is building a bridge back to her home.
Mac-Anne loves her country and is so proud of her culture and the religious freedom, my next guest comes all the way from Ghana. Mac-Anne , her friends call her Mac, is an International student from Ghana, who completed her undergraduate studies in Civil Engineering at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana. Mac is in her final semester of her Masters Program in Civil Engineering at University of Waterloo, she is focused on structures and construction and is also a climate change activist.
I sit down with Mac-Anne as we talked about her experiences here in Canada. What it is like as an International student to adjust to life here. What life is like back in Ghana, food, culture and so much more.
“Why Should we have to purchase back our stolen land with compensation that is our money anyways?” – John Hawke
In this episode we speak with John Hawke, and Indigenous man from the Beausoleil First Nation and long time activist, who on June 21st, 2019 – a day the Canadian state has proclaimed to be National Indigenous Peoples day – set up a blockade outside the entrance to Awenda provincial park as part of campaign to raise awareness for Indigenous rights and particularly land claims, treaty responsibilities, and the federal policies of extinguishing Indigenous title.
John invites people to visit the blockade and the Oshkimaadziig camp and organize resistance to colonial policies.
You can support the camp by donating donate for camp maintenance and supplies (ex. chainsaw needs repair, camp cabin needs maintenance) – Send e-transfer to:email@example.com
1. Elton John, Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
2. Bob Dylan, Isis
3. Faces, Rear Wheel Skid
4. REM, Begin The Begin
5. Ohio Players, Body Vibes
6. Blondie, Fade Away And Radiate
7. Tina Turner, Acid Queen
8. The Rolling Stones, Gunface
9. The Beatles, She’s Leaving Home
10. Queen, Fight From The Inside
11. Deep Purple, Holy Man
12. Stevie Ray Vaughan, Tightrope
13. The Beach Boys, Surf’s Up
14. King Crimson, Moonchild
15. Billy Gibbons, Hollywood 151
16. Don Henley, Workin’ It
17. Rod Stewart, You Got A Nerve
18. Rory Gallagher, All Around Man
19. Rush, In The End