Re:sound #81: The Outfront Show

This hour: we celebrate ten years of Outfront, a groundbreaking show on the Canadian Broadcasting Corportation that invited listeners to tell their own stories.

2008 / TCF / WBEZ 91.5, USA


This hour: we celebrate ten years of Outfront, a groundbreaking show on the Canadian Broadcasting Corportation that invited listeners to tell their own stories.

Ironing Man
by Christine Atkinson and Laurence Stevenson (Outfront, CBC, 2004)
For Devin Slater, ironing a shirt isn't a chore. It's a meditation.

The Change in Farming
by Adam Goddard and Steve Wadhams (Outfront, CBC, 1998)
Toronto composer Adam Goddard celebrates the life, character, and voice of his grandfather, who was a farmer in rural Ontario.

One Blue Canoe
by James Raffan and Carma Jolly (Outfront, CBC, 2008)
A blue canoe is hidden in a shed in the Ontario countryside. It was used only once in June 1978 and then forgotten by most. But Barbara Greaney remembers. Her son Davie was in the canoe when tragedy struck.

The Magic of Falling Teeth
by Sharone Bar-David and Iris Yudai (Outfront, CBC, 2007)
Sharone Bar-David, guided by her seven-year-old daughter, takes us on a tour of a whimsical world that most of us have probably forgotten. It's filled with fairies and wiggly teeth.

This episode of Re:sound was produced by Roman Mars.

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Laurence Stevenson

Scots-born Canadian Laurence Stevenson is a retired, international award-winning radio producer.

Adam Goddard

Adam Goddard is a composer, producer and recording artist.

James Raffan

James Raffan is a writer, producer and outdoor adventurer based in Ontario.

Carma Jolly

Carma Jolly is a producer at CBC Radio's Outfront, a Canadian radio program that invites listeners to create documentaries about themselves.

Sharone Bar-David

Sharone Bar-David is a consultant specializing in workplace incivility. Sharone is a regular guest commentator for the Canadian HR Reporter magazine and has appeared on CBC radio and other publications.

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Iris Yudai

Iris Yudai is the Executive Producer of Absolutely Manitoba, a CBC TV series showcasing programs by regional independent producers. She is also the executive producer of DNTO, the national storytelling program which airs Saturday afternoons on CBC Radio One.


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