Sunday, 2 March 2014

Radio program links, playlist and podcast for March 2, 2014

Here is the episode guide for the March 2, 2014 broadcast. The podcast will be available here tomorrow or tune into our rebroadcast on Wednesday mornings at 6 am !

Also, check out our past episodes and our Facebook page !

Show Links:

Larissa Peck's Decaf Coffee Dates: Stories and Insights from Winnipeg Seniors will have its launch on Wednesday, March 5th at 7 pm at McNally Robinson.

Poet Ruth Jacobs Collie started her poetry writing career in Winnipeg under the pen name Wilhelmina Stitch. As her popularity climbed she moved back to her native. Read some of her poems here. Also see this Globe and Mail story. (Also see.)

Some of the history bits that I will be talking about that I have written about in the past include:  Winnipeg's wartime firefighters and how Patrick Shea's Clydesdale's became the Budweiser media icons.

For a history of the St. Charles Hotel and for the Save the St. Charles Facebook page.

For more daily Manitoba History with lots of links and photos check out This Was Manitoba.

Play List:

Everyday I Write the Book – Elvis Costello
I’m in the Market for YouWillie Eckstein (From Virtual Gramophone)
Tessa’s Theme - Alix Jacques Colé Colé Band

Roger Currie's commentaries and newscasts can be heard daily on CJNU Radio and at the Community News Commons. (Clip used with permission).

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