This month on Right of Reply, Hosts Itamar and Jeff sit down with professor Grant Amyot to discuss all the latest new relating to Brexit. This episode focuses both on some of the basics of Brexit, as well as diving into some of the more recent and complex developments. Whether you are new to following Brexit or have been an avid news follower for years, this episode is for you!
Broadcasted on Friday November 29, 4-6pm ET on CFRC 101.9fm’s ‘finding a voice’ –In the first hour, from a November 21st event held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear Joan Kuyek launching and discussing her new book, “Unearthing Justice: How to Protect Your Community from the Mining industry”. In the second hour, from an October 20th event held at Novel Idea Bookstore, you’ll hear Julie Paul reading from and launching her new collection of short fiction, “Meteorites”. You’ll also hear Carolyn Smart reading from her own work that evening. Following that, you’ll hear a telephone interview I recently conducted with author and publisher Shane Joseph about the publication of his short story in an international anthology “Fear & Courage” (Timeless Wisdom Imprint, Exisle Publishing, Australia, 2019), his own edited & just launched local anthology in the “Hills Spirit” series, and the local art and lit scene in Cobourg.
Host:Barry KaplanSynopsis:Dr. Elaine Power is anassociateprofessor in the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies andcross-appointedtothe Department of Gender Studies at Queen’s University. She is the co-editor of therecently published book,Messy Eating: Conversations on Animals as Foodand the forthcoming volume,Feminist Food Studies: Intersectional Perspectives. Her research focuses on issues related to poverty,class, health, and food security. In particular, Dr. Power uses qualitative research methods and criticalsocial theory to investigatefood practices, especially in relation to income and social class. She is also afounding member of the Canadian Association for Food Studies and the Kingston Action Group for aBasic Income Guarantee.In this episode, Dr. Power discusses her co-authoredbook,Acquired Tastes: Why Families Eat the WayThey Do,which analyzes over 100 interviews with families across Canada to understand how food habitsare shaped by class, health, gender, poverty, and food insecurity.Please visit theSchool of Kinesiology and Health Studiesfor more information about Dr. Power’sresearch Shideh Kabiri AmeriAssistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering E-tattoos and healthcare: nano materials for superior wearable tech Host:Barry KaplanSynopsis:Dr. Shideh Kabiri Ameri is anassistantprofessor in theDepartment of Electrical and ComputerEngineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen’s University. Her researchfocuses on 2D material-based electronic devices and their applications in Continue Reading
Topic: Gender Performance in Children’s Literature and Media in the Middle East. Overview: As a writer with an MA in film production, I have explored the child’s perspective in both fiction and screenplays. For the past year, I’ve been engaged with a body of fantasy fiction where the story is told through the eyes of an eleven-year-old girl living in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The heroine strives to reconcile certain systems and doctrines in her environment with what she sees in the magical worlds that she travels to. This work brings to my attention the need for a closer look at how Arab children’s identities are shaped by the storytelling that they consume, be it offered by close loved ones or the media machine. For more information on Maram’s books and short films, check out her website at https://www.maram-taibah.com/
Mike reviews the latest Scorsese film The Irishman and Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. The show also introduces a brand new segment called “Wedding Update” and we kick things off with many fan congratulations to Taylor’s big engagement news from last week!
In this episode, the news that are covered are: 1. Patrick Deane’s first breakfast with community.2. Kingston Transit’s support for Salvation Army, ‘Stuff The Bus’.3. Third Annual Climate Change Symposium4. Featuring a Blog Article by Allison Robertson on Microplastics5. Drinking Water Educational Campaign by Cataraqui Conservation6. Cathy Crowe’s book “A Knapsack full of dreams”7. Public feedback on density by design report.8. CFRC Fundraising and SCI.9. Open door Air Conditioning By-law by Kingston City.10. Job action by education unions on Nov 26th11. Global Climate Strike on Nov 29th12. St. Vincent Paul Society of Kingston’s purchase of new venue.
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Jamie Pyper talks about getting future teachers excited about teaching math, how a quote from RuPaul’s Drag Race illustrates his approach to math education, and shares a dramatic classroom confession with explosive results.
Keeping Doctors Current: Dr. Richard Birtwhistle and New Guidelines against Thyroid Dysfunction Screening
Dr. Richard Birtwhistle, Emeritus professor of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at Queen’s University and Chair of the Task Force Thyroid Dysfunction working group joins us in studio. Dr. Birtwhistle talks about thyroid dysfunction, the work his task force has done developing new guidelines against thyroid dysfunction testing, the impacts of testing, and the importance in guideline development in ensuring medical practitioners stay current in medicine.