The Stuph File Program
Featuring Ron Foss, the grandson of the creator of the Fossmobile; Pitman Kennedy, author of The Audacity Of Resilience: A Refugee Memoir; & Stuart Nulman with Book Banter
Ron Foss, who has lovingly replicated the Fossmobile, a gas-powered car that his grandfather, George Foote Foss, created way back in 1897, right here in Quebec.
Pitman Kennedy, author of The Audacity Of Resilience: A Refugee Memoir, talks about the importance of kids in sports.
Stuart Nulman with another edition of Book Banter. This week’s reviewed title is When Women Invented Television by Jennifer Keishan Armstrong (Harper, $34.99). You can also read Stuart’s reviews in The Montreal Times.
To see the Stuph File News story about the disastrous wedding proposal that took place in a South African McDonalds, you can check out the link here.
Now you can listen to selected items from The Stuph File Program on the new audio service, Audea. A great way to keep up with many of the interviews from the show and take a trip down memory lane to when this show began back in 2009, with over 650 selections to choose from!
This week’s guest slate is presented by comedian David Pryde. David is currently performing at this year’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival, where he’s also recording an upcoming episode of CBC Radio’s The Debaters.
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