On this episode of Adamant Eve, we talk to Kate Braid, a journey carpenter, and engineers Ingrid Pederson and Nancy Manchak, about working in male dominated professions. We look at the barriers facing women who want to work in these professions and the broader idea of occupational segregation by gender.
What are you eating for dinner tonight? Raj Patel has some ideas on how to cook up a more sustainable future.
On this episode of Think, author and social activist Raj Patel speaks at the University of Alberta during International Week 2013 about the urgent need to re-evaluate our global food system, lest we face food shortages and societal unrest in the not so distant future.
Half eagle, half lion...'nuff said. This fall Grant MacEwan University Griffins were granted probationary status in the Canada West Universities Athletic Association. On this episode of The Timeout, your intrepid hosts Kyle and Paul analyze what that means for the future of not only varsity athletics at MacEwan, but the reputation of the school as a whole.
This week on the show, we have a story that expresses the reality of our changing way of life on this planet, and a story that takes us to a place away from that. A native of the Philippines, now residing in Alberta, tells us about what makes Typhoon Haiyan so deadly and at the same time part of a pattern. Then, Commander Chris Hadfield takes us to realms most can only visit in their imaginations. We’ll finish up by explaining what ecosystem health means.
This episode of Moving Radio features a continuation of the interview with Steve Hoover about his documentary Blood Brother, screening at Metro Cinema on Sunday, December 1 as a fundraiser for the Global Visions Film Festival and HIV Edmonton. We also talk Connie Massie, teaching screen writing at FAVA - the Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta, and Kevin Martin about the screening of Child's Play at Metro Cinema on December 13.
Welcome aboard the CJSR Edition, featuring our exclusive, extended interview with Canadian astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield. He discusses donning the technological marvel of the one-person space ship that is the space suit and the mind numbing sensation of space walking; about feeling more closely connected to the world up in space, mortality, and the startling visual beauty of planet earth.
Clayton Thomas-Muller is a internationally renowned activist, writer, and public speaker focused on indigenous self-determination and environmental justice. On this week's episode of Think, Thomas-Muller speaks about the power of people in saving Canada’s resources. The address, titled 'The Rise of the Native Rights Based Strategic Framework: Canada’s Last Best Effort to Save the Common' was delivered at the 2013 Parkland Institute Fall Conference.
As far as sports anchors go, Jay Onrait is a slam-dunk! Wow, that was not a good lede. Jay Onrait could have done better. On this episode of The Timeout, Onrait speaks about the art of sportscasting. An art that comes with a heavy coat of make-up. Onrait's book 'Anchorboy: True Tales from the World of Sportscasting' is available now.
This week we’re headed to Ottawa with Brett Throop to learn about the newest generation of street food to hit the city. We’ll also revisit a few great pieces by contributors Hamdi Issawi and Kyle Muzyka. We’ll take a look at how you can pick the most environmentally friendly Christmas tree for the upcoming season (the answers may surprise you), and then hear some stories about the human side of the 2011 Slave Lake wildfire.
Adamant Eve "indulges our worst feminine impulses" about that "secret bad habit" - masturbation! All 19th century kidding aside, the topic of self-satisfying still seems to be taboo. We talk to Brenda, the owner of the Travelling Tickle Trunk on Whyte Avenue, about the pleasures, challenges, and misconceptions about solo sex!