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CFRU Mobile Community Radio
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Radio programs made as part of CFRU 93.3 FM's mobile studio project in Guelph, Ontario... To bring the mobile studio to your neighbourhood group, school, activity centre or other location, email mobile (at) cfru (dot) ca. For more information visit www.cfru.ca
 
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Pioneer Radio
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Pioneer Radio is a bi-weekly, one hour mosaic of stories, interviews, research, music, sound art, and more. Each episode centres loosely around a theme - but we stray pretty far, sometimes. We're based in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
 
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Radio – Sound It Out
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International Institute for Critical Studies in Improvisation--CFRU 93.3FM---Rachel Elliott
 
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Gryphon And Special Olympics Sports Show
 
Gryphon And Special Olympics Sports Show CFRU 93.3FM
 
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Viejoteca Show
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Viejoteca Show is hosted by DJ Gury Gury. The show airs live 7pm EST on CFRU 93.3 FM Guelph Canada featuring new swinging salsa artist not aired on commercial radio. The live show can be streamed at www.cfru.ca. Also he features many great rare Salsa classics. Playlist available at www.salsa.Cfru.ca
 
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This week, End Credits does what ever a radio show about movies can. Spins a web, any-size, but by web we mean a yarn, as in a way to explain something. You can't really set theme music to it, but that's okay. To celebrate the particular release of a certain superhero's new film, we'll kick the show off by digging into a genre that some people ...…
 
Original Recording Date: April 19th 2017 Guests: Ange, Katarina, Margaret, & Michelle This first recording at Grange Hill East Neighbourhood Group was recorded just prior to, and during, their inaugural Community Kitchen event. I had four guests, three of whom coordinated the event, and one who helps with the distribution of Grange’s weekly veg ...…
 
Welcome back for the summer session! Open Sources Guelph rolls on this week, adequately rested after a long weekend to talk about the latest political stuffs. For instance, did you know that the Liberal government in B.C. fell last week? The NDP/Green coalition is now put to the test as their relationship has to go from theoretical to practical ...…
 
Did you wake up early this morning expecting a new End Credits? Sorry, but we have a new home for the summer, and it's Thursday mornings at 10 am! To celebrate we're going to meditate on creativity and talk about how being creative sometimes gets you fired, especially when you're working on a Star Wars movie, and we'll also talk about how you'r ...…
 
Original Recording Date: April 7th Guest: Johnny Miller There likely couldn’t have been a better character of a person to have wandered into the mobile studio on my final day at the Village of Riverside Glen. Johnny couldn’t tell me exactly when or how he had ended up at Riverside Glen, but he shared beautiful stories of living there, of his pa ...…
 
On this week's edition of End Credits we mix up the format. For the first half of the show, to mark a very special occasion, we will dive into Canadian cinema and pick a few titles any Canadian cinephile worth their salt should definitely check out. In the second half of the show, we'll talk about a movie that's an assault on good taste, or at ...…
 
We've got some serious, serious stuff to talk about on this week's Open Sources Guelph. Over in London, there's widespread concern about the safety of high-rises after a council estate went up in flames and killed an untold number of people. Then, we will look at the controversial issue of doctor assisted death here in Canada and how some peopl ...…
 
Original Recording Date: April 5th 2017 Guest: Jim Hunt It’s an incredibly special episode for me, because it features Jim Hunt: a resident of The Village of Riverside Glen retirement home, an 84 year old retired UofG Physics professor who was born and raised in Guelph, and worked in radio at CFRC 101.9fm in Kingston. Jim is one of the main rea ...…
 
Now typically there's no swearing on CFRU, but this week on End Credits we're going to have to talk about swearing. Yippee ki yay, Mr. Falcon! This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps on a Monday-to-Friday plane!!! And after we talk about clean versions of certain movies, we'll get into another mess: What do you do/say/think wh ...…
 
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Kreative Kontrol
 
Alanna Gurr is a musician, singer, and songwriter who is based in her hometown of Guelph, ON. She and her band, the Greatest State, have just released a new EP on Missed Connection Records. It’s called Stand Still and it has prompted Gurr to play a few shows over the coming months. Alanna and I met at the CFRU studios in Guelph recently where w ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/episode-62.mp3 Sara Villa gives a moving and insightful account of her use of deep listening as a pedagogy of poetry for college students, Susan Elliott explains improvisation as a facet of the inquiry approach to high school teaching, and Stephanie Khoury revitalizes music education at the un ...…
 
This week on Open Sources Guelph, Anarchy in the U.K.! Moments after the show ended last week, the returns in the U.K.'s snap election started coming in, and they were surprising. We'll break down the results and what it means for Brexit, the young people who were against it and the old people that have forgotten they were for it. We'll also ta ...…
 
This week's episode of End Credits goes on Cruise control. I know. Sorry, it had to be said. Before getting into the latest Mummy movie, we'll also talk about Tom Cruise's other pet franchise in the making, a sequel to a film more than three decades old and is very much a victim of its time. We also talk about Canadians behaving badly by smack ...…
 
Original Recording Date: March 31st 2017 Guest: Aurele Aurele is a resident at the Village of Riverside Glen, and shared a beautiful story of a life living in the woods in Northern Ontario with ten siblings, and felling trees for the pulp mill at the age of thirteen before escaping to the city to work for the company. His life was filled with s ...…
 
This week on Open Sources Guelph we go around the world! Not literally, of course, and mostly in North America and the U.K., but what we're saying is that there are world wide implications. From someone that might be the Prime Minister of Canada if he can get his party's leadership, to a contest to determine who the leader of the United Kingdom ...…
 
This is it! The first episode of End Credits! Every week in this space, we, a small but dedicated group of local movie lovers, will talk about some of the latest news items from the realm of pop culture and review a recent cinematic offering. This week, we have concerns. We have concerns about using soured fruit to rate the quality of a film, a ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/06/episode-61-slowingdown-perception.mp3 Take in hand this bouquet of strings and let yourself be lead by this cluster of sonic helium balloons. But don’t let your feet leave the ground; today’s exquisitely lengthy musical meandering are interspersed with thought provoking reflections about the t ...…
 
Original Recording Date: March 27th, 2017 Guest: James Skarnikat, aka “Skarni”, aka “Jimmy the Crooner” James Skarnikat, aka Skarni aka “Jimmy the Crooner”, is a performer who travels North America playing his own music by night, and retirement homes by day. He’s played music since he was a teenager, and as an adult worked as a chef in Retireme ...…
 
Original Recording dates: March 3rd, March 17th, and April 7th Guests: Jean, Meghan (Elder Wisdom Campaign), and Marlene This episode features three different days’ worth of recordings. The first segment is Jean, coming to read a story from her life, that was originally featured in the Guelph Mercury. Then I spoke with Meghan who works at the V ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/episode-60-david-lee.mp3 Why do so many young people uproot themselves and move to the city, searching for culture? What is it that they are looking for? How does their search shape what they find? These are some of the questions that frame this discussion with improviser and scholar, David Le ...…
 
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The Title Block
 
Last September, 2016, I spent 2 hrs talking to composer and sound designer Richard Feren. We spoke about his early career in radio, at the age of 13, through his time in the explosion of indi theatre in Toronto in the early 90's and his work with iconic directors like Daniel Brooks. We land on his process for producing sound scapes and scores f ...…
 
Original Recording Date: March 3rd 2017 Guests: Double Stop, and a resident of the Village of Riverside Glen “Double Stop” are a fiddle duo who perform at retirement homes. One day they were performing in the lobby when I arrived to the Village of Riverside Glen, and I was lucky enough to convince them to chat and perform for the radio. Later t ...…
 
Original Recording Date: March 1st 2017 Guests: Three women who live at the Village of Riverside Glen Retirement Home For my first day recording at the Village of Riverside Glen I was lucky enough to have three guests. These three women came through the Hobby Room where the mobile studio was set up, arriving to play a game of “Card Bingo”. One ...…
 
Original Recording Date: March 8th 2017 Guest: Shawna Percy, Suicide Prevention Trainer My guest this episode was Shawna Percy, and we chatted about the role suicide and suicide prevention has had in our lives, and the importance of conversation, support, and trainings such as “safeTALK” A blurb about Shawna: “Shawna is proud to be a part of th ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/episode-59-francesco-paradiso.mp3 Have you every had someone over to your house, as a guest? Did you spend much time thinking about the ethics of the situation? Of hospitality? In his later work, founding deconstructionist Jacques Derrida turned toward the concept of hospitality as a way to fa ...…
 
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Kreative Kontrol
 
Jesse Ruddock is a talented writer, photographer, and musician currently based in Brooklyn, New York. Originally from Guelph, Ontario, Ruddock graduated from Harvard cum laude, after attending the university on an ice hockey scholarship. She was a hotshot goalie who got into hip-hop and underground rock thanks to Jim Guthrie and pals like Noah2 ...…
 
Original Recording Date: February 8th 2017 Guests: Bisha, Josh & Dana On my final day of recording at Onward Willow I had the pleasure of three guests chatting with me: Bisha is a recent immigrant to Canada, and we bonded over our shared love of Guelph Lake, our shared our perspectives on raising children and Canadian Winters. After our chat, I ...…
 
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CFRU Mobile Community Radio
 
Original Recording Date February 26th 2017 Guest: Kevin Sutton Kevin Sutton is a Guelph-based Spoken word and HipHop Performer, and Youth Workshop Facilitator. He is an integral participant in community in Guelph, both through his work with Guelph Spoken Word, and his work with youth. We had a lot of fun meeting up for radio. I hope you like it ...…
 
Host Shaya Ishaq and Guest Host Carmella Farahbakhsh look critically at western Classical music through the experiences of second gen Canadians. Carmella talks about the tension between "a love for their violin and a deep rage and heartbreak about not having access to my traditional cultural music." Shaya speaks with multi-instrumentalist Nick ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/episode-58-musique-actuelle.mp3 Dans ce documentaire 2010, écoutez Meghan Dzyak et Hélène Laurin interviewer les participants du mouvement musique actuelle à Montréal, Québec. Découvrez le développement d’Ambiances Megnetiques à travers ses origines dans L’ensemble de Musique improvisée de Mon ...…
 
Original Recording Date: February 13th 2017 Guest: Steve “Shaker” Cuevas Steve “Shaker” Cuevas, founder of Shake True Hoops Basketball Development Services in Guelph, initiated Ball 4 All in 2007. He saw a growing need for access to skills programs for all who wished to participate, regardless of barriers of transportation and cost. In founding ...…
 
Original Recording Date: Late January 2017 Guest: Mark If you like video games as much as myself and my guest Mark, you will enjoy this episode. We’re both a bit old-school in our tastes, and slightly different generations of gamers, but our love of games brought us together. http://media.blubrry.com/cfrumobile/archive.cfru.ca/archive/podcasts/ ...…
 
Original Recording Date: Feb. 1st 2017 Guest: Hong Lam, GRCGED This episode features Hong Lam from Grcged – the Guelph Resource Centre for Gender Empowerment and Diversity – she happened to come into Willow while I was there, and we chatted about GRCGED’s event: Wen Do Women’s Self Defense, a self-defense class for female-indentified folks in a ...…
 
Derm Kean and an Incredible Woman is a rock band that originally hails from St. John's, Newfoundland. Fronted by the wild, crazed, and compelling Derm Kean, the band recently released a new album called Incredible. They were touring Southern Ontario towards the end of 2016 and so met with me at CFRU in Guelph for a chat about their history, wha ...…
 
Our 2nd bonus episode has arrived! This episode, Steve is joined by Matt from ‘In Defense of Plants’ & Sara from ‘Midwest Explorer’ for a hike at Hunter’s Creek Park. We talk about tree bark, bird poop, and American Sycamore Trees. Steve also ventures into Buffalo, NY to see the oldest American Sycamore in the world… allegedly (but probably not ...…
 
Original Recording Dates: January 9th & January 25th 2017 Guests: Cheryl, Angel, & Martha This episode is a fantastic examples of the types of services people are contributing as volunteers to Onward Willow. Cheryl came in one morning to drop off a donation of household items for residents of Onward Willow, something she does several times a ye ...…
 
https://sounditoutiicsi.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/episode-57.mp3 The philosopher Alfred Schütz points to a ‘mutual tuning-in relationship’ at the foundation of all possible communication. In this episode of Sound It Out we ask you to consider this theme in an audio journey through the Somewhere There creative music festival in Toronto. Explor ...…
 
Original Recording Date: January 19th, 2017 Guest: Scott Scott is a 70 year old retired welding engineer who “loves fixing things”. Scott has been compulsively fixing things since the age of ten, and for the past few years he has been coming over to Onward Willow to re-build and refurbish computers so he can give them out for free to people on ...…
 
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