In this week’s episode we look at the live action remake of Aladdin, the film White Crow and The Public, all now playing in Kingston. We also take a look at some sad and silly news in the film industry. Mike rants, Taylor awkwardly laughs, you know how it goes!
Tricia Baldwin, Director at The Isabel Centre for the Performing Arts joins us in studio. She sheds dazzling light on the many exciting performance opportunities for all to enjoy in the upcoming 2019-20 Season including the sparkling new Bader and Overton Virtuosi Festival, the Bader and Overton Canadian Cello Competion, the YGK Emerging Kingston Musician Competition, and the Isabel Human Rights Arts Festival. Tune in and learn more about these wonderful events and visit The Isabel’s website for more information on performances, dates, and tickets!
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“Podcast 5 Wed.May 29 – Ticks and Lyme Disease (R) Joan Black R.N., of the Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Health Unit, who is involved with communicable disease prevention and control, helps us understand the importance of avoiding the black legged tick that has changed our lives. Also facts on Lyme disease. Host : Marion Evans Guest :Joan Black, public health nurse with the Kingston Frontenac Lennox and Addington Health Unit. “
For this episode, we are interviewing 2018-2019 Queen’s WiSE vice presidents, Hallie Prescott and Leanne Dube. Hallie is the external VP of WiSE while Leanne is the internal VP. They have both been involved on WiSE for many years here at Queen’s University. Today they are here to discuss their roles, differences, and their experiences as females in the STEM.
First hour featuring, from an April 22nd book launch event held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear Amy Spurway reading from her debut novel Crow, Victoria Hetherington reading from her debut novel Mooncalves, Scott Forthingham from his novel The Rest is Silence, and Tim Conley with his collection of short stories Collapsible. Then from the first round of the May 7th ‘and the journey continues’ open mic reading in that monthly series, you’ll hear readings by Ron Chase, Adan Jerreat-Poole, and Kinman. Second hour featuring and continuing with the May 7th ‘and the journey continues’ open mic event, you’ll hear readings by Gwen Whitford, Bethmarie Michalska, Devin G.A., Colleen Lyons, Quentin Kerr, Cori Mayhew, Sasha Hill, Bob MacKenzie, Meg Freer, Ken Chin, Ky Pearce, Lyle Merriam, Chantel Lavoie, Ali Dixon, Tia Lunn, and Jill Glatt.
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!