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May 2, 2021 - Fantastic interviews and shows this morning ( and most mornings) on CBC Radio 1. So glad to be able to hear such wonderful, insightful and innovative perspectives, today especially. Thank you Pia!!! You are fabulous!!
Black history month was February, can we jump off the bandwagon and start hearing more diversified programming than just 'black vs. white Canada'? The squeaky wheel has been heard, enough ass-kissing and pandering to BLM, move on.
That reminds me of COVID-19! Stay home guys!
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This morning's show was so special and gave me so much energy and a sense of community, passion for the arts and expression and so much more. The Black History Month segment with the poet, Leila Rose and her teacher moved us to tears, smile and laughter. This sounds more like a poet laureate than a high school student! And her surprise for her teacher was such a great idea and a brilliant exchange. Thanks again, CBC Radio One!! Looking forward to the next morning shows!
Just heard the interview this morning highlighting the Nia Centre focusing on the writing workshop facilitator Keyosha and her brilliant student, Leila Rose. What an exceptional young woman. Thank you for sharing your experiences with the expressive arts.
I listen to international radio and C.B.C. The best of these programs often have intelligent and personable hosts who come across as individuals. Michael Enright and Ben Hefner are examples of radio hosts who remain appealing over time. Program could be more interesting (a little more offbeat, perhaps) and aspiring. This would be better than kitchen-table blather which becomes tiring after a while. Could C.B.C. hire some individuals who actually are inherently interesting, even a little controversial now and then, and give them room to spout off now and then... A little more world music might be good - selecting music from a population of billions cannot be a bad choice - there is no need to exclude almost all classical music, either; the repetition of music programs, sometimes three times on one weekend strikes me as inane. Reading from an intelligent book might be better rather than a third repetition involving pop music... Inspiration is key, not comfort, perhaps.
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