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Fresh Local Producers CFUZ Collective
Fresh Local Producers is a CFUZ Collective highlighting the work of local independent audio producers making interesting and informative spoken word content.
This show is currently being produced on a regular basis, and can be heard on the Peach City Radio stream at the following dates & times:
Sundays @ 1500h
Tuesdays @ 1000h
Thursdays @ 1000h
- Making Movement Matter - Drew Mitchell Posted: April 30, 2020 - 29 minutes - 27.8 Mb - playsheet -
Interview with Drew Mitchell on his talk "Making Movement Matter - What is Physical Literacy and Why is it Important". Drew explains the benefit of Physical Literacy.
Episode 60 - Magnetism in Star Formation - Dr. Mehrnoosh Tahani Posted: April 23, 2020 - 29 minutes - 27.8 Mb - playsheet -
The Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory south of Penticton is conducting ground breaking research. Dr. Mehrnoosh Tahani gave a lecture at the Okanagan Speakers 2020 series on her research on magnetism and star formation. This interview is on her talk.
Episode 59 - Trey Wenger, The Spiral Structure of the Milky Way Posted: April 16, 2020 - 29 minutes - 41.8 Mb - playsheet -
Trey Wegner studies Galactic cartography at the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory south of Penticton. His talk on his research using H II regions to map the Milky Way at the Okanagan College Speakers Series was sadly canceled due to Covid 19.
Episode 58 - Allan Clarke Counselling Posted: January 22, 2020 - 29 minutes - 40 Mb -
Episode 57 - The Unconditional Japanese Surrender – WWII Posted: January 8, 2020 - 58 minutes - 41.9 Mb -
There are those who have never tasted war. There are those who have tasted so much of it that they wake up at night on their knees crying. And then there are those who say that the atomic bombs didn’t exist. We will explore the lives of a couple changemakers on both sides, and also dive into the real-life experiences of both the Americans and the Japanese who, on opposing sides, suffered tremendously, and serve as a reminder that we will never want to have another world war again.
Episode 56 - Mutual Help to the Challenged & The Community -- Current Changemaker -- P.A.C.E Posted: March 17, 2019 - 58 minutes - 41.8 Mb -
In this episode with co-founder of Penticton and Area Cooperative Enterprise, James Cunningham, we get to hear in the inside story of what it's working with the mentally challenged, homeless or disabled, and how training them to work can not only make a difference in their own lives, but bring leadership to the whole community around them.
Episode 55 - Rosalind Franklin - Viruses, Genetics & Love - Part II Posted: February 24, 2019 - 58 minutes - 41.9 Mb -
Rosalind Franklin comes back for Part II of the Hidden History of the DNA Discovery, where we talk about the branches of science the DNA discovery has started and influenced, the history and importance of the TMV discovery and its effect on our economy, as well as a glimpse into the life of a lonely scientist.
Episode 54 - The Hidden History of the DNA Discovery - Part I Posted: November 11, 2018 - 58 minutes - 39.4 Mb -
You'll hear about a key person who was behind the discovery of the DNA molecule, who is rarely mentioned in public literature on the topic. If she is mentioned, it is usually just in passing, or a sneer. Rosalind Franklin was a changemaker in three different fields in science. She did much more than the photo she’s famous for creating--Photo 51. Because of her, Watson and Crick were able to get to the answer. Linus Pauling, their competitor in America, did not get to it in time. He didn’t have Rosalind Franklin to give the missing link.
Episode 53 - Interview with Elad Milman - Co-Founder of The Reconnecting Project Posted: October 28, 2018 - 58 minutes - 41.9 Mb -
Elad Milman is a changemaker in our own communities, with the over-use of tech and tech addiction scene. He is gives educational lectures and workshops about how to strike the balance with using tech devices and being tech-free when we're interacting face to face with people around us. Milman talks about the latest trends in the field and what we can do about them.
Episode 52 - Mark Twain - The Literature Giant Posted: July 11, 2018 - 58 minutes - 46.8 Mb -
Mark Twain was not only the "Father of Literature". In real life, he was also a father to children. He was a family man that cared. We explore some of Twain's personal quirks, his dip into the paranormal universe, his friendship with the late War Hero and former President Ulysses S. Grant--and how he helped Grant's family out of debt. I also talk about Twain's relationship to his little-known younger brother.