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face2face November 21
Pat Mills & Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film Don’t Talk To Irene, gender disparity, bullying, random ideas, freedom & non-conformity and why Geena Davis portraying God is important.
Talking Radical Radio November 21
Scott Neigh talks to organizers of the 2018 Certain Days: Freedom for Political Prisoners Calendar, and its theme of "Awakening Resistance."
Asia Pacific Currents November 21
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The Global Day of Action against trade union repression gives workers around the world a chance to stand in solidarity with each other and against repression.
rabble radio November 16
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Kate Story, co-organizer of the Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival, talks to Victoria Fenner about what precarious workers can learn from artists
face2face November 15
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Alanis Obamsawin talks to David Peck about decolonization in action from the community of Norway House, Manitoba, the power of story & why hope isn’t a big enough word.
Talking Radical Radio November 14
Image: Canadian Labour International Film Festival
Navjeet Sidhu and Scott MacDonald talk about the Canadian Labour International Film Festival, a national event now in its ninth year.
face2face November 13
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David Peck talks to the writer and lead actor in a film about indie music, gender identity, memory & sexuality and the messiness of intimate friendships.
Asia Pacific Currents November 13
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The demonetization program of the Modi Government in India is emblematic of the cuts that workers under his government are been forced to make
rabble radio November 9
Image - David Kattenburg at the Psagot wineries in the Israeli occupied West Bank
When David Kattenburg saw two wines labeled "Product of Israel" in the Ontario government liquor store, he knew that wasn't true. They're made in Israeli occupied West Bank.
face2face November 8
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Mina Shum and Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film 'Meditation Park' - neighbours, Buddhism, the obstacles and triumphs we face & why we’re constantly coming of age.
Asia Pacific Currents November 8
Pro refugee demonstration in Melbourne, Australia in 2013. Image: Takver/flickr
The situation on Manus Island continues to deteriorate for the refugees abandoned there, but actions in support of them are taking place all over Australia
Talking Radical Radio November 7
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Kelly Morrissey and Emily Philpott talk about the work of the Ontario Muskrat Solidarity Committee.
face2face November 6
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Jenna Bass talks to Face2Face host David Peck talk about her new film 'High Fantasy', the body swap genre, political satire, apartheid, land rights in South Africa, responsibility and racism.
face2face November 1
David Peck talks to Michael Matthews and Sean Drummond about land rights, Apartheid, heroes and colonization, nationalism, pride & race relations
Talking Radical Radio October 31
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Sang-Hun Mun and Hannah Alexander talk about the work of Injured Workers Action for Justice.
face2face October 30
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Kathleen Hepburn and Face2Face host David Peck talk about a mother’s strength, life and the Canadian landscape, empathy, coming of age, Parkinson’s disease and death as a beautiful part if life.
Asia Pacific Currents October 27
Kurdish women fighters
In October the Kurdish forces where able to make advances in northern Syria, but they suffered major reversals in northern Iraq.
rabble radio October 26
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Former rabble radio intern and Fanshawe College student Braden Alexander explores questions about the Ontario College Faculty strike
face2face October 25
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Sherwin Haji and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film The Other Side of Hope, immigration, voice and identity, fear of the other, history, memory and the extreme right wing.
Talking Radical Radio October 24
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Members of the 'We Demand An Apology' Network talk about their campaign to redress campaigns that targeted LGBTQ people in public service and the military in Canada.
face2face October 23
Film director Boris Ivanov and Face2Face host David Peck talk about propaganda, international adoptions, state sponsored hate, LGBTQ issues in Russia, independent media and Pussy Riot.
Asia Pacific Currents October 22
The two major Palestinian factions have just signed a unity agreement. This is not the first time they have joined forces, but will it work this time?
face2face October 18
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David Peck talks to Urszula Antoniak about her new film Beyond Words -- identity, voice, racism and otherness, immigration and empathy and how a film is rarely about the plot.
Talking Radical Radio October 17
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Mostafa Henaway, Sawssan Kaddoura, and Omar Ben Ali talk about Omar's fight for immigration status in Canada and the broader Palestinian struggle.
face2face October 16
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​Karim Sayad and Face2Face host David Peck talk about his new film Of Sheep and Men, ram fighting, Eid al-Adha, Algeria, colonization, democracy and the Arab Spring, empathy and gender injustice.
rabble radio October 16
A conversation with Christopher Torres, former National Organizer for United We Dream, the campaign that pushed Barack Obama to introduce the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
Asia Pacific Currents October 16
Ice cream workers in Sydney are involved in a protracted industrial struggle with Streets Ice Cream, a subsidiary of Unilever, over cuts to wages and conditions.
rabble radio October 12
Photo: Victoria Fenner
Our communities aren't doing a good enough job helping people feel like they belong, according to this year's Vital Signs report by the Community Foundations of Canada.
face2face October 11
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Amr Salama and Face2Face host David Peck talk about pop music, cinematic language, identity, Islam, father figures, inclusion, imagination, and Michael Jackson.
Talking Radical Radio October 10
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Brennain Lloyd talks about the Know Nuclear Waste project, supporting people resisting nuclear waste in their communities.