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Up and down the radio dial and other stops

Episode 2: Women in War

 

I was inspired to produce this feature after hearing the stories of 5 women who served in both World Wars.
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Growing up Italian-Canadian

Every Canada Day during my adult life, I would call my parents and thank them for moving to this country. Continue reading “Growing up Italian-Canadian”

Episode 1: Robert Draper

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The uncensored history of Rolling Stone Magazine
A book by Robert Draper.

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Rolling Stone Magazine was the first magazine I had ever subscribed to. It was my “go to” source to get the stories and photos of my favourite musicians.

In 1991, author Robert Draper went behind the scenes and wrote the book, Rolling Stone Magazine:An Uncensored History.

It was a book that magazine founder, Jann Wenner did not like.

Draper explains why Wenner disapproved in this interview that originally aired on DC 103.5 in Orangeville.

 

 

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