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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Here's a link to an interview with Guy Maddin re. his critically-acclaimed film, "My Winnipeg."

The interview with Guy starts at the 37:24 mark and runs about 14:34.



Thursday, March 4, 2010

Stuart McLean

Enjoy this one-hour live (at the time) conversation with my fellow Canadian, Stuart McLean, re. his fine CBC Radio program, THE VINYL CAFE.

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Nick Lowe feature

Here's the link to my Nick Lowe feature.
Starts at 15:57 mark and runs about 16:51.

Monday, February 15, 2010

Rock Star Gomeroke

A feature story about "Rock Star Gomeroke," the Gomers' take on live karaoke.

Starts at 16:00 mark. Runs 14:00.

David Lynch on TM

David Lynch on the fine art of "diving within" via Transcendental Meditation.

Starts at 41:00 mark. Runs 12:00.

Mark Mothersbaugh/Devo

Here's a link to my feature story about Mark Mothersbaugh and Devo. I had the pleasure of interviewing Mark a few years ago in Green Bay. I think you'll enjoy Mark's take on Brett Favre and the Packers. :)

Note: Devo piece starts at 13:30 mark; it runs about 12:30, about four-and-a-half minutes less than Iron Butterfly's "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida."

To The Best Of Our Knowledge: The Movie

If "This American Life" can be a TV show, why can't "To The Best Of Our Knowledge" be a major motion picture. It can. I'm currently working on the screenplay; in the meantime, I produced this audio trailer for "To The Best Of Our Knowledge: The Movie"! It features the vocal stylings of the King of the Movie Trailer Voice-Overs, the late, great Don LaFontaine.

Martha Stewart/Send in the Clones

This hard-hitting investigate report aired on both "To The Best Of Our Knowledge" and on NPR's "Replay: The Art of Satire."

Second one down (March 9th, 2003)

Frank Sinatra/I Did It My Wimoweh

This classic from the Audio Archives goes back to my time on the East Coast of the Great White North and features the Sinatra-esque vocal stylings of Geoff Britt.

Sloan Alone

Sloan's Chris Murphy and Patrick Pentland join Doug Gordon in "The Rumpus Room" for an intimate acoustic performance.