EP 140 | Sam Pollard MLK / FBI

MLK/FBI is an essential expose of the surveillance and harassment of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Rev King was called by the FBI  “the most dangerous” Black person in America” The expose was undertaken by J. Edgar Hoover and the U.S. government.  The film is based...

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EP 139 | MLK / Art Bergmann

What a Time. Covid19. Political Balance of Power Friday was the Birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday is/was Martin Luther King Day in America. At the same time, punk pioneer Art Bergmann discovers he’s an inductee for The Order of Canada.  ...

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EP 138 | Chef David Hawksworth

Chef David Hawksworth has released his first cookbook.  Hawksworth. The CookBook Yes, it has incredible recipes but the stories of places and kitchens, victories, and defeats run throughout the pages. It’s a great read. It was/is an amazing life. David grew up on Canada’s West Coast...

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EP 137 | A dozen interview guests who all made the CKUA Top 100

There are a few times over the path of a year that shows create themselves. This is one of those shows and it was perfect for the podcast. Our guests leave us with  comments about how their songs got written and how albums got...

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EP 136 | Christmas In The Round 2020

Christmas is all about traditions. Handed down from generation to generation. The December 19th edition of the Mulligan Stew Podcast is all about traditions. In the late ’70s at CBC Radio in Vancouver producer, Susan Englebert created a holiday show called Christmas Jam Singer/Songwriters sitting...

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EP 135 | Alan Doyle

Hello Friends… Thank you for subscribing to Spotify or Google Play or Apple Podcasts. Then the Podcast comes to you automatically. Like heartburn after a hotdog. The guest this week is a delightful man Alan Doyle. I give him a bit stick by reminding him that...

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