It’s trash week on WAFFLES! Matt holds the fort solo and talks about some of the environmental initiatives around town, including an illegal dump cleanup organized by an eco-friendly clothing company, an upcoming town hall on the Green New Deal, and the astonishing number of dog poop collecting companies you can find around K-Town. Music this week: Ein Klein Nachtmusic / Spring :: Landfill Harmonic Long Trip Home (from Trash) :: Antonio Pinto Lovers in a Dangerous Time (Live) :: Bruce Cockburn Lovers in a Dangerous Time :: Barenaked Ladies My Heart Is A Piece Of Garbage Fight Seagulls! :: Geoff Berner The Garbage Man Can :: The Simpsons Abracadabra Trash :: yuk Piece of Crap :: Neil Young Trash Heap Blues :: Jerry Nelson (Madame Trashheap) and we can lie between :: Undine, Junkyard Opera When I Take Out The Garbage At Night :: Mount Eerie Sarah Cynthia Sylvia Stout :: Shel Silverstein Careless :: Sarah Harmer The Day We Saved The World :: Sarah Slean I Love Trash :: Steven Tyler Wasted Love :: City and Colour Common Trash :: METZ Trash :: Robyn Hitchcock Fantasy Trash Wave :: Tobacco Leaves, Trees, Forest :: Dan Mangan Consequence :: Continue Reading
This bonus episode focuses on composer Trevor Morris’s work on DragonAge: Inquisition. Research assistants Brooke and Andrew tackle a variety of questions ranging from the controversy about switching composers mid-series, what harmonic factors distinguish the music, and how the music does (or does not) reflect Morris’s Canadian-ness. Music Tracks (all from DragonAge: Inquisition) · The Lost Temple: 0:29-7:32 · Dragon Age Inquisition Theme: 7:37-10:50, 14:05-17:39 · Journey to Skyhold: 10:54-11:33 · Orlais Theme: 11:39-14:03 · In Hushed Whispers: 17:39-19:22, 20:54-23:48 · Aquatic Ambience: 19:22-20:54 · The Wrath of Heaven: 23:48-25:51 · Take Me Home 25:51-26:17
Darryl began playing in a pipe band in Singapore when he was 12. Now living in Ottawa, and some 25 years later, he continues to be passionate about pipe bands. When Kingston’s Rob Roy Pipe Band went to New York to participate in the Tartan Day Parade, the Band invited Darryl to join them as its Drum Major. What does a Drum Major do? This episode will answer that question, and then some. Music in this episode: Rob Roy Pipe Band playing a medley, recorded in New York City – “Orange & Blue” / “Keel Row” / “Tail Toddle”.
This week Mike and Taylor give some (non spoiler) thoughts on the Game of Thrones Series Finale as well as reviews for the movie Red Joan, now playing at the Screening Room in Kingston. We also take a look at several interesting movie news headlines including the new Batman Casting, Arthur TV drama and the latest from the Disney-Fox merger, plus some Disney Plus streaming service news!
Dr. J. Hugh Horton, Vice Provost and Executive Director of the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceaux Castle joins us via telephone from Sussex, UK. He discusses the history of ‘The Castle’ as a centre of innovative and experiential learning for Queen’s students and the many exciting things that are in store for Castle alumni, students, staff, and faculty this Canada Day weekend! Want to go back to BISC? Find details here!
Are the Baha Men “You all dat”? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! YOU ALL DAT: BAHA MEN BURN: DR AND THE MEDICS HOT SUMMER NIGHT: WALTER EGAN ONE TRACK MIND: KNICKERBOCKERS COMMON THEIF: VICKI SUE ROBINSON GET ME TO THE WORLD ON TIME: ELECTRIC PRUNES REVERBERATION: VICKI SUE ROBINSON GOODBYE BABY: CASTAWAYS
First hour featuring, from a May 1st Viva Voce event called ‘Languages’ held at the KFPL, you’ll hear readings or performances by Alyssa Cooper, Myriam Bouti, Gabrielle Pulver, and Sawsan Mohammed. Second hour featuring, continuing with the Viva Voce event, you’ll hear a reading by Alexandra King-Mushey, and Rogan Gowan-Day. Then, from the April 2nd ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading, you’ll hear readings by Michael Casteels, Sarah Emtage, Bob MacKenzie, Carlos Sanchez, Kinman, Sasha Hill, Dale Tracy, Erin Boyce, Eric Folsom, Ariane, and Bruce Kauffman.
Friend of the show Jeremy returns, and the theme is blades! From the cabaret origins of Mack the Knife to the sprawling prog majesty of Rush, from a backing out of a decision to try to out-Karl each other to getting Peterborough rock legends Them Blades back together, and even working the Green New Deal into the mix, this is an epic set of songs about blades… on the cutting edge of radio, indeed! Songs this show: WAFFLES! :: Teen Titans Switch Blade :: Duke Ellington Mack the Knife :: Keith Gerron Mack the Knife :: Oscar Peterson Asylum :: Danel Lanois Razor Love :: Neil Young King of Swords :: Ashley Summers Liquid Swords :: The GZA Thousand Knives :: Ryuchi Sakomoto My Old Jacknife :: Ladyhawk The First Cut is the Deepest :: Sheryl Crow Gossip :: Them Blades Dealing with the Roster :: Junkie XL Heartbeats :: The Knife Armour & Sword :: Rush The Knife :: Maggie Rogers Always Keep an Edge on your Knife :: Corb Lund Swordfishtrombone :: Tom Waits Spondee :: Matmos Executioner Blues :: Do Make Say Think
A different approach to the show this time round – the Rob Roy Pipes & Drums along with the Highland Dancers were down in New York City April 6th to participate in the Tartan Day Parade. Tune in for their music recorded there, along with highlights from our guests, Leslie May-Stewart & James Vandeven. Music in this episode, all performed by the Rob Roy Pipe Band, recorded live in New York City: “Bonnie Dundee/The Glendaruel Highlanders”; “Green Hills of Tyrol”; “Wee Michael’s March”; “Iain & Keeley’s Waltz/Banks of the Allan”; “Amazing Grace/Scotland the Brave”
This week we take a look at several films including 3 films now playing in Kingston at the Screening Room including High Life, The Grizzlies, and Woman at War. We also chat about the Netflix film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile about the Ted Bundy murders of the 1970s. We hear from Tyler, our Star Trek Correspondent about “Her Smell” and answer fan questions!