Mike Hughes, Rebecca Harper

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Episode 159: [56:01]
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In this show Mike Hughes and Rebecca Harper discuss the language of creation.

The theme song is Dave Edmunds‘ version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is The Best Slow Dancer by David Wagoner and the music played during the show is from Treelines by the Christine Jensen Jazz Orchestra, featuring Ingrid Jensen.

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Originally published on Movement Museum

Jean-Paul Riopelle’s "Hibou-pelle" [Zeke’s Alternate Art Homework]

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Episode 158 [7:41]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking about Jean-Paul Riopelle‘s sculpture Hibou-pelle on display in front of the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal.

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Originally published on Zeke’s Alternate Art #%^$#@!

Lucie Gregoire, Sophie Thibault, Emilie Morin, Le Retour du Temps

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Episode 157: [60:02]
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In this epsiode Lucie Gregoire, Sophie Thibault and Emilie Morin talk about their upcoming performance of Le Retour du Temps.

The theme song is Los Gatos Negros version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Casanova’s Bossa Nova by Rich Murphy and the music played during the show is Earthsongs by Stephen Chatman.

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Pataterie Chez Philippe [The Montreal Burger Report]

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Episode 156: [64:56]
Pataterie Chez Philippe
1877, rue Amherst, Montreal, QC H2L 3L7, Canada
(514) 528-5957
www.patateriechezphilippe.com

Bacon Cheeseburger at Pataterie Chez Philippe, photo by Ed Hawco
Bacon Cheeseburger at Pataterie Chez Philippe, photo by Ed Hawco

Pataterie Chez Philippe Part One [13:45]
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Pataterie Chez Philippe Part Two [13:10]
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Pataterie Chez Philippe Part Three [12:04]
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Pataterie Chez Philippe Part Four [11:25]
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Pataterie Chez Philippe Part Five [14:32]
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Barbara Hepworth’s "Square Forms with Circles" [Zeke’s Alternate Art Homework]

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Episode 155 [15:18]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking about Barbara Hepworth‘s sculpture Square Forms with Circles that is currently on loan to the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal from McGill University.

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Dominique Porte, Splintergroup

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Episode 154: [58:40]
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In this episode Dominique Porte of Système D is interviewed about her most recent piece Ulysse, nous et les sirènes, Gavin Webber and Gabrielle Nankivel of Splintergroup are interviewed about their piece Roadkill.

The theme song is a Karaoke version of Do You Want to Dance, the dance poem of the week is Ballet ‘in Flagrante’ [the Modern Ballet Virgin] by Tony Jolley and the music played during the show are excerpts from Ulysse, nous et les sirènes and Roadkill.

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The Duke Trio and The Miró Quartet [Zeke’s Alternate Music Ramble]

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Episode 153 [8:44]
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Chris ‘Zeke’ Hand talking about the concerts by the Duke Trio (Mark Fewer, Thomas Wiebe and Peter Longworth) and the Miró Quartet that he heard over the weekend, along with a brief explanation of why he hasn’t been able to go see any art exhibits recently.

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Originally broadcast on the Monday Morning After on CKUT 90.3 FM, Montreal.