June 27th-Kanonhysonne (Janice Hill), Director of Indigenous Initiatives at Queen’s University joins us again in studio. We discuss the new partnership between Queen’s University and Tsi Tyónnheht Onkwawén:na Language and Culture Centre to deliver a Mohawk Language and Culture certificate program in Tyendinega Mohawk Territory. Students who complete the program can later apply their credits toward a degree at Queen’s.
Whether it was Tiny Tim back in 1968 or Jake Shimaburkuro in 2018, the ukulele continues to be an instrument that is used around the world.
Interview with Brad Murray on his recent Gastric Bypass Surgery, including his decision to ban himself from all Ontario Casinos. Themes covered: Food issues, excess alcohol consumption, gambling addiction.
His career began in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia. In the late sixties, he moved to Kingston and, up until his retirement a few years back, Jack has been a mainstay of radio in our community. Join Dave as he and Jack look back on a great career behind the mic.
Naturopathic Doctor Michelle Durkin shares intimate details of her quest to survive her separation and the pivotal choices she made along the way.
From a conversation recorded in the spring of 2017, Dave speaks to Dr. Mona Rahman, the Education Coordinator for the Islamic Society of Kingston. We talk about Sunnis and Shias; the clothing adherents are expected to wear; and the bans being imposed.
From speech language pathologist to amazing chocolatier, Audrey Brown is pursuing her passion. Dave joins Audrey at her shop for a conversation and demonstration.