Taylor and Mike take a look at the films Hellboy and Stockholm. Mike gives us a preview of Avengers: Endgame opening this Friday with preview screenings on Thursday evening and of course we take a look at news from another busy week in the film industry.
Queen’s University PhD Candidates Claudia Hirtenfelder and Canan Sahin join us to discuss experiences and issues faced by international graduate students and the efforts the SGPS International Student Working Group (ISWG) are making to raise awareness among Queen’s community members.
Live and Alive is an audio documentary produced through the Robert H. Black Residency programme by first-year undergraduate student Sam Kaiser in collaboration with CFRC and the Department of Film and Media. It focuses on live music in Kingston, investigating how such a cultivated live music scene came about. Highlighting Homegrown Live Music Festival and Joe’s MILL, this audio documentary focuses on opportunities for live musicians, as well as the ways they give back to the community. Through interviews with Tyler Flynn, Chris Morris, and Tom Stewart, learn about the history of Kingston’s music scene, and the many ways that it continues to grow and expand. Check it out for some great music and insightful takes on Kingston’s live music scene!
Queen’s University Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf joins us to reflect upon his accomplishments during his administrative tenure in service to the University. He also shares a bit about what’s coming up on his next adventures and offers some advice for young scholars. Don’t forget, Daniel Woolf has also been a CFRC volunteer for eight years hosting his long running, perennial popular jazz program, Dark Glasses! You can tune in each Monday at 2 PM EST to CFRC 101.9 FM (or stream/download archives at cfrc.ca).
Whether you partake or not, you’ll enjoy a full-bore range of music, and a surprising (for us) amount of facts and research for a single-topic edition of WAFFLES! — why you should call it cannabis (don’t call it marijuana!), prohibition, stereotypes, why Canada is the Most Legal Place On Earth, and music, music, music! From the 1930s to 2018, we’ve got music about pot, or in some cases by pot enthusiasts. Celebrate Canada’s first 4/20 post-legalization with WAFFLES! What’s the music? The music is this: WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Pot Hound Blues :: Lucille Bogan Rainy Day Women #12 & #35 :: Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs Along Comes Mary :: The Association The International Herb :: Culture Ganja Smuggling :: Eek-a-Mouse Marijuana Situation :: JStar Sunset Chaser :: Nathan Roll Another Number (For the Road) :: Neil Young Beaton’s Delight :: Ashley MacIsaac Don’t Bogart that Joint :: The Fraternity of Man Sweet Leaf :: Black Sabbath Coffee Girl :: The Tragically Hip Plumtree :: Weed Mom Weed Party :: Band of Horses Stoned and Starving :: Parquet Courts The Thoughts of Mary Jane :: Nick Drake Stranger in Blue Suede Shoes :: Kevin Ayers Space Bong (Chill Continue Reading
Seniors and pets are inseparable. Caring for a cat, dog,or both, is a good way for both of you to to stay active and alert.Host: Ken DayGuest: Dr. Jeff Latimer, owner, Princess Animal Hospital. 1027 Bayridge Drive, Kingston, 613-634-7123 www.princessanimalhospital.com
Solomon wants more nuclear power plants, Jeremy wants to talk his way out of exams, Carter doesn’t understand how cars work, and Steven’s bum is very dirty…
This week, with Taylor back, our team heads back to the Screening Room to check out The Aftermath and The Woman Who Loves Giraffes. We do a deep dive into Taylor’s dreams, Mike’s love of Giraffes, a Jussie Smollett update and a look back at a busy week in the film industry!
Take me home, country WAFFLES! Songs about homes and houses haunt this wonderful spring morning WAFFLES!, with music from across the musical spectrum from the rocksteady of Toots & the Maytals through the futuretronic sounds of Joe Goddard. A surprising number of apologies pepper this show, as well as Marisa’s surprising revelation of an undying enmity for “Celt-Rock Warriors” the Mudmen. WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Take Me Home Country Roads :: Toots and the Maytals Home :: GoGo Penguin The Way Back Home :: Coeur de Pirate Twenty Miles :: Edwin Starr Homeward Bound :: Rhett Miller Come Home :: Birds of Bellwoods Yanqui Go Home :: Bruce Cockburn Going Home :: Leonard Cohen Home :: Wintersleep House of the Rising Sun :: Clarence Ashley & Gwen Foster House of the Rising Sun :: The Be Good Tanyas House of the Rising Sun :: Alt J In Every Dream Home a Heartache :: Roxy Music Love Vigilantes :: New Order Back Home :: Caribou Home for a Rest :: Mudmen Home :: Maribou State Home :: LCD Soundsystem I’m Going Home :: Buffy Sainte-Marie Rainy Night House :: Joni Mitchell Home :: The Wilderness Coffee & TV :: Blur Continue Reading
TFirst-person shooters often feature driving, pulsing music meant to propel the player onwards. However, not all games evoking war follow this model! In this podcast, the hosts will examine the music from games that evoke regret, grief, and sorrow in their attempt to create game worlds that more accurately depict the horrors of war and conflict. The hosts will examine what musical elements, including harmony, key, and instrumentation, contribute to how we hear sadness in this music. Music Tracks: 6:25 “These Cold Days” – This War of Mine 7:42 “Round Victory Theme” – Battlefield 1 10:07 “Main Theme” – Papers, Please 10:56 “Death Theme” – Papers, Please 11:55 “Victory Theme” – Papers, Please 13:11 “Death Theme” – Papers, Please 15:26 “When the Night Comes” – This War of Mine 16:34 “Some Place We Call Home” – This War of Mine 18:07 “Markus’ Main Theme” – Detroit: Become Human 19:35 “Libera Me” – Battlefield 1 20:22 & 20:41 “Dawn of a New Time” – Battlefield 1 23:21 “Markus’ Main Theme” – Detroit: Become Human 24:30 “Connor’s Main Theme” – Detroit: Become Human 25:49 “Flight of the Pigeon” – Battlefield 1 27:39 “New World Symphony: Largo” – Antonin Dvorak 29:44 & 30:15 Continue Reading