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OJT (On the Job Training): The Poet Laureate

The Poet Laureate — Ep. 21 Julie Pellisier-Lush is P.E.I.’s poet laureate. But she’s also an actor, a mother, and a proud Mi’kmaq knowledge keeper. Today we’ll get to know Julie’s background before getting into life as the poet laureate. We talk about her Dad’s...

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For Screen and Country

My Name is Joe (#91) The trek continues with Brendan and Jason talking about Ken Loach's 1998 release about class differences and, more specifically, addiction with My Name is Joe. The guys connect this film to similar techniques found in the work of Mike Leigh and...

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Art Pays Me Podcast: Kris Reppas and Emily Sheppard

Kris Reppas and Emily Sheppard I talk to artists Kris Reppas and Emily Sheppard about their recent exhibition of death shrouds called, Across the Fire and what it’s been like as an art student during a global pandemic. We talk about “death positivity”, how their...

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InfoQuench: Top Tips from 100 Episodes

Source: InfoQuench Top Tips from 100 Episodes - Episode #100 WOW, 100 episodes! Who'd have thought we'd make it this far? Join Jeff and Amy as they cover top tips and celebrate this very cool milestone. As always, thank you so much for listening and please keep...

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