Great show yesterday! We dedicated the whole hour to urban agriculture, and got to speak with some utterly brilliant individuals along the way. I am a lucky person.
The following is a link to his mornings broadcast of the Sweet and Sour Variety Hour- complete with technical difficulties and amateur fading techniques! Hear my learning curve (right click to save)
The first half of the show is the magnificent Daniel Pinchbeck talking about the benefits of utilizing psychedelic substances.
Then we hear from Elizabeth May when I caught up with her at Salt Spring island’s Seedy Saturday! (find the isolated .mp3 of this interview here)
And lastly, we hear an inspirational TEDx talk by an 11 year old. Fascinating stuff.
Oooooh laa laaa CHLY.
How I love thee. My very own radio show proposal was accepted, and now every Wednesday morning at 8am, listeners hear the brand new SWEET AND SOUR VARIETY HOUR!!! Continue reading First 4 Episodes of the Sweet and Sour Variety Hour
Every Thursday at 5pm, the Reverend Terence rips up the CHLY airwaves with his presentation of rare, interesting, and obscure tracks. He calls it The RIOT Act! On January 26th I was fortunate enough to guest host the show.
For two hours, I branded myself Sister Mary Ashta and “covered” the show. The theme? Unlikely covers. Grouped into genres, I had a blast doing this show! Check out all past episodes of The RIOT Act here.
To check out the Unlikely Covers episode, hosted by Sister Mary Ashta, click here. Right click to save!