25 for 25: episode 2001

Talking 9/11 with Halifax airport president Joyce Carter, activist Michael Karanicolas and former Atlantic Film Festival director Lia Rinaldo.

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From left to right: Joyce Carter, Lia Rinaldo and Michael Karanicolas.
  • From left to right: Joyce Carter, Lia Rinaldo and Michael Karanicolas.

Airport president Joyce Carter calls in to talk about 9/11 and looking after the thousands of stranded passengers who suddenly found themselves stuck in Halifax.

Activist Michael Karanicolas is here in studio discussing the erosion of privacy rights in the aftermath of devastating catastrophes. Plus, former AFF director Lia Rinaldo reflects on running a film festival the same week the world turned upside down.

Also on this week's episode, Atlantic Canadian musicians are whiny, “Baby Hitler” visits Halifax and we discuss the old ATM next to CD Plus.

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