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Episode date 3 February 2013
“Men get this, men die from this,” says eating disorders doctor
courtesy National Eating Disorder Information Centre
Men get eating disorders like anorexia and bulimia but are less likely than women to recognize it or seek treatment. That’s partly because they are seen as women’s illnesses. Since eating disorders can cause serious illness and even death, doctors and support groups in Canada are trying to raise awareness about the issue. RCI’s Lynn Desjardins reports.
Politics Today February 3, 2013

On this edition of "Politics Today" RCI's Wojtek Gwiazda focussed on the return of Canada's parliamentarians back to work this past Monday after the Christmas break, the Royal baby bill, the visit to Scotland of the separatist premier of Canada's predominantly French speaking province of Quebec, Pauline Marois, and the election of Kathleen Wynne as premier designate of Canada's most populous province of Ontario.
Arts-Culture #32 (Sun Feb 03, 2013) Singer-Songwriter James Gordon
This week, a conversation with a well-known singer and song writer on the Canadian folk scene, James Gordon. Many might know him as the founder of one of Canada's best known and loved folk ensembles, Tamarack.  But in recent years he's gone out on his own exploring musical alternatives, pushing the boundaries slightly of the typical folk genre.

He's even done some recording with his two sons, both of whom are doing quite well as musicians and performers in their own rights, but on the Indie music scene.

(Cover of James Gordon's new album Coyote's Calling)

 His newest album has just come out- Coyote's Calling. In the conversation he talks about the new album, his inspirations,  how the music scene has changed over the years, Tamarack, social concerns and future projects, which may include politics.

I hope you'll enjoy hearing my conversation with James Gordon.
Marc Montgomery


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