Ep. 2 – “No Country For Gorilla P@$*#”

by Tynan on July 8, 2011

Working Title;  ”How ya like me now?”

Canadian Radio Icon Alan Cross (host of long-running Ongoing History of New Music, creator/proprietor of ExploreMusic) wasn’t s’posed to get me a job.

(We met years back and he was, in fact, super giving of his time and guidance with a show concept I was putting together) But it was pretty clear he didn’t feel like I had much business – not having put in my time at a WKRJ in Moosedick, Alberta – putting together and/or being talent on a show.

And yes… it turns out he was right.

Jesse Brown (TVO Podcast Host (Search Engine)Macleans New Media Writer and all-round plugged-in cat) was mostly – albeit charmingly – along for the ride as I endeavor to drag Alan down to my level with an unrelenting awkwardness.

When I’m not makin’ it weird, Alan, Jesse and I discuss fans who ruin it for you, Canada’s cultural landscape, the intellectual property cops and why CBC TV sucks so much compared to its big brother BBC.

Ty’s Stuff;

Ira Glass on Storytelling (Part 3)‬‏ (maybe the most pertinent/important lesson for this ep.)

Peep Show Episode 2

Walking on Eggshells: Borrowing Culture in the Remix Age

Doves – There Goes The Fear

3rd Annual Best Show Awards on The Best Show on WFMU with Tom Scharpling (no specific link; scroll down to play/download the May 25, 2010 episode feat. comics Patton Oswalt, Zach Galifianakis and Paul F. Tompkins amongst others.)

Alan’s Stuff;

Johnny Cash and the future of crowdsourced video

U2 – Where The Streets Have No Name‬‏

Chaplin’s Time Traveler‬‏

Tech-using time travelers spotted in archival film footage

World’s Strongest Dog Pulls Tractor

Jesse’s Stuff;

The Food, Episode 1, Director’s Cut‬‏

Super There Will Be Blood

TVO’s The Agenda – Kate Taylor: Can.Pop.Cult. …Anyone?

American Library Of Congress Archives

CrisisCommons Blog

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Millie July 17, 2011 at 2:04 am

Touchdown! That’s a ralely cool way of putting it!


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