Pioneer Radio is a bi-weekly, one hour mosaic of stories, interviews, research, music, and more. Each episode centres loosely around a theme - but we stray pretty far, sometimes. Listen every Monday at 5 p.m. on CFRU 93.3 in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
Do Over is the real fake story of your alternate timeline. We look at what your life would be like if you made a different choice that one time. Using our twin styles of investigation and imagination, we uncover who else you might have been…
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Disability rights advocates share their memories of the “504 sit-in,” in which a group of activists—many of them disabled—occupied the San Francisco Federal Building to demand civil rights protections for people with disabilities.
From the BackStory web site: Producer Kelly Jones and scholar Ranjit Dighe explain how The Wizard of Oz is more than just a children’s story—it’s also a great way to make sense of the Populist movement.