The Journal

The Journal – April 12, 2017

This episode of the The Journal features four documentaries: a story about crazy parkour at The Monkey Vault, an artist profile about Pradeep Anurag Gade, who carves classroom chalk into amazing objects, an intimate look into the personal experiences of an ADHD sufferer and finally a fascinating feature story about Ursula Darby, a psychic medium. The episode also includes a wonderful performance by singer/songwriter Adam Hrkach. [ See more » ]

The Journal – April 6, 2017

This episode of The Journal features four documentaries including the emotional story of a Sri Lankan man named Jamita who overcame racism and bigotry in Japan at a young age, a hopeful look at Bell Let’s talk event for mental health awareness, a visual essay on Toronto’s work with urban forestry and a documentary profiling two Toronto based artists. In studio, the episode features a performance and interview with local Toronto singer/songwriter Yua Imande performing his own original song. [ See more » ]

The Journal – April 5, 2017

This episode of The Journal features four documentaries including a bio about DJ Paul Osinski, a fascinating look at how an Iranian-Canadian family retrieved their forbidden books and records from Iran, a story about a local basement barber and a feature doc about the Toronto Blizzard women’s soccer team, all directed and produced by Centennial College Broadcasting students. In studio, the episode features a performance and interview with local Toronto vocalist and recording artist, ehCee, and the debut of his newest single “Love”. [ See more » ]

The Journal – March 30, 2017

This episode of The Journal features four documentaries including a story about a girl reconnecting with her Filipino culture by recreating a cultural dish, a adventure with a cafe blogger with the goals of opening her own coffee shop, a story about a what life is really like on Tinder and a feature doc about a Spoken Word Poet sharing his passion, struggles, and overall journey as an artist. In studio, the episode features a performance with local Toronto poet, rapper and dancer Nathan Baya, showcasing his talents and little something he’s been working on. [ See more » ]