This episode is about how Liz Laflamme overcame three breakdowns and a trip to the hospital to grow and evolve. Preparing for her children’s weddings wasn’t something that Liz thought would take her out. After checking herself into the hospital to mend mentally and emotionally, Liz also learned that she had breast cancer. An inspiring story of growth, discovery and self-care. Join me!
Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering Design vs. Nature: Building Infrastructure to Withstand Environmental Disasters Dr. Katerina Genikomsou is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering. She is a member of the American Concrete Institute, the American Society of Civil Engineers, la Fédération international du béton, and the International Association for Bridge and Structural Engineering. Her research on the maintenance of built infrastructure and the development of new sustainable materials and processes has global and local implications in potentially improving the lifespan of structures, particularly during environmental disasters. In this episode, Dr. Genikomsou discusses her research on shear failure and its role in the collapse of buildings during environmental disasters, such as which occurred in Ottawa in September 2018. She also advocates for civil engineers to play a role in the construction of networks of resiliency in design provisions. This would assist engineers in considering such aspects as the effects of climate change and the needs of community members. https://civil.queensu.ca/Research/Structural/Katerina-Genikomsou/
Professor, Chair of Graduate Programs, Dan School of Drama & Music “Nothing Burns Down:” A History and a Career in Theatre Lighting Design Dr. Tim Fort is a Professor and Chair of Graduate Programs in the Dan School of Drama and Music at Queen’s. He received his PhD from the University of Toronto’s Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama, and much of his research examines late nineteenth-century lighting design and staging. Dr. Fort has designed lighting and/or scenery for over 200 productions, including the world premieres of And All For Love at the National Arts Centre and Judith Thompson’s Hothouse at The Isabel Bader Centre. In Kingston, he recently directed and designed Unity (1918), Candide, and The House of Martin Guerre in the Rotunda Theatre. Dr. Fort has also served as the Producing Director at the Weston Playhouse in Vermont since 1988, a hub for many Broadway and regional designers and performers. At Weston, he has directed over 60 productions, including Les Misérables and Avenue Q. In this episode, he discusses his early career fascination with lighting design as his inspiration to study its history. Dr. Fort also discusses the place of authenticity and representation in modern theatre. https://sdm.queensu.ca/dan-school-faculty-and-staff/tim-fort/
In this episode I talk about meaning. Listen to this episode if you want to learn what “meaning” really is, some of the misconceptions behind it and what some of the benefits are. Enjoy!
This week, instead of a journey through Canada I will be talking to Monisha Singh and Cristobal Poblete about their journey to Canada! Monisha will tell us about her journey from India to Canada and Cristobal will be playing classical Chilean music on his charango! Commercial music: K’naan – Waving Flag Ladki Beautifyl Kar Gayi Chul – Kapoor & Sons Cristobal Poblete – El Condor Pasa (Live acoustic performance from Cristobal) Hey Rosetta! – Red Heart
In the 11th episode we review the movies Suspiria and First Man as well as answer fan questions around our radio mistakes, A Star is Born is brought up way too many times and we discuss the career of Ryan Gosling.
Bailey Gerrits, PhD in Political Studies, supervised by Drs Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant & Margaret Little
Topic: Who’s Responsible?: Explaining How Contemporary Canadian Newspapers Frame Domestic Violence. Overview: My research in gender and politics advances an understanding of the political economic relationships that shape public discourses about gendered violence. I specifically examine contemporary Canadian newspaper coverage of domestic violence, documenting the patterns of coverage and illustrating how actors and structures interact to influence these news productions..
In the first hour, from the October 28th inaugural launch of the John B. Lee Signature Series imprint with Hidden Brook Press held at the Supermarket Restaurant and Bar in Toronto, you’ll hear readings by John B. Lee, Don Gutterridge, John Di Leonardo, and April Bulmer. In the second hour, from an October 9th book launch and reading at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear readings by Jason Heroux, Neil Surkan, and Abena Beloved Green.
Singer, songwriter – solo, in a duo or group – regular performer seen all over this area Music includes: Song 1: 13:35 – Kevin Head/The Arrow/Performed live Song 2: 25:45 – Kevin Head/Saturday Night in South Margaree/Performed Live
The indomitable Jeremy joins us once again, this time for a show focusing both on the third-tier Marvel Comics super-hero Man-Thing, with a great diversion into a talk about Fifteen and Fairness with special guest Doug. WAFFLES Teen Titans Go! Born on the Bayou Creedence CR Swamp Fire Duke Ellington Song for Ted Sallis Mountain Goats TVDSB Honour Jazz Band Take Five Timber Timbre Swamp Magic Beautiful Thing Tragically Hip I Drove All Night Cedar Sisters Silver Jews We Could Be Looking for the Same Thing Grant Lee Philips Josephine of the Swamps Fingers Crossed The Thing That Should Not Be Metallica $15 And Fairness interview Matt, Jeremy and Doug Lonely Swamp Dogg Swamp Thing The Grid Howard the Duck theme Thomas Dolby Man-Thing Peter Rarebit Kiss from a Rose Stratford Singers Telephone Thing The Fall Kool Thing Sonic Youth Man-Thing Lives Again Azur