Books@Queen’s: Jackie Druery

Jackie Druery (Queen’s Library), on Max Perkins: Editor of Genius, by A. Scott Berg

Episode host: Tessa Maki

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Roel Vertegaal

Roel Vertegaal (School of Computing), on QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter, by Richard P. Feynman

Episode host: Ashley McMackon

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Jordan Morelli

Jordan Morelli (Department of Physics), on An Introduction to Thermal Physics, by Daniel V. Schroeder

Episode host: Clark Thompson Schlesinger

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: John Smol

John Smol (Department of Biology), on Silent Spring, by Rachel Carson

Episode host: Alice Wang

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Lib Spry

Lib Spry (Theatre Worker/PhD Candidate, Cultural Studies), on Peter Pan, by James Matthew Barrie

Episode host: Evan Xynnis

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Kevin Tanner

Kevin Tanner (The Isabel), on The Unthinkable: Who Survives When Disaster Strikes, by Amanda Ripley

Episode host: Artea Yu

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Jonathan Rose

Jonathan Rose (Department of Political Studies), on The Wisdom of Crowds, by James Surowiecki

Episode host: Cristóbal Lagos-Castillo

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Books@Queen’s: Laura J. Cameron

Laura J. Cameron (Department of Geography and Planning), on Men Are Like Animals, by Donald Macpherson (AKA George Humphrey)
Episode host: Matt Rogalsky.

A project of MUSC156 (Introduction to Digital Audio Recording, Editing and Mixing), in collaboration with CFRC Radio and Queen’s Library. Podcast production overseen by MUSC156 instructor Matt Rogalsky.

Astrophysics 101 with Arthur McDonald

Queen’s University Particle Astrophysicist (Emeriti) and Nobel Prize Laureate Arthur McDonald joins us in studio for a ‘crash course’ on the work he and his team performed in the discovery of neutrino mass and the implications for furthering scientific research. Emergent scholars will also benefit from his sage advice – research is ‘darn good fun’!

A Tale of Two Rectors

A Tale of Two Rectors. March 28th – Queen’s University Rector Cam Yung (Sci ’18) and Rector Elect Alexandra da Silva (ArtSci ’20) join us in studio to chat about the Agnes Benedickson Tricolour Award reception that CFRC broadcast live on its airwaves on April 7th. They discuss the role the Rector plays in representing all graduate and undergraduate students at Queen’s and the kinds of activities the Office of the Rector engages in. Cam also shares some memories about his greatest accomplishments and Ms. da Silva shares her outlook for her upcoming term commencing this spring!