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Intelligent, Insightful, Indigenous. Stories, music, culture. Unreserved is the true voice of Indigenous Canada. Hosted by Rosanna Deerchild.

Intelligent, Insightful, Indigenous. Stories, music, culture. Unreserved is the true voice of Indigenous Canada. Hosted by Rosanna Deerchild.
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Winnipeg, MB

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CBC

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Intelligent, Insightful, Indigenous. Stories, music, culture. Unreserved is the true voice of Indigenous Canada. Hosted by Rosanna Deerchild.

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@cbcradio

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English


Episodes

After Colten Boushie, where do we go from here?

2/18/2018
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Anger. Frustration. Rage. Sadness. All things expressed after the decision in Colten Boushie's death. This week on Unreserved, where do we go from here — and continue to move toward truth and reconciliation.

Duration:00:48:05

Let's talk about sex, neechi: From sex positive art, to erotic poetry, to sexual health

2/11/2018
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From fetish masks and beaded vulva buttons, to erotic poetry and Tinder profiles, this week on Unreserved we're talking about some things that just might make you blush.

Duration:00:45:09

Would you ask complete strangers for sex and dating advice? We did!

2/8/2018
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With Valentine's Day just around the corner Rosanna Deerchild headed to Portage Place Mall in downtown Winnipeg to get sex and dating advice from complete strangers. We're talking hickeys and dating apps in this bonus podcast.

Duration:00:07:18

The power of transformation

2/4/2018
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This week on Unreserved, how Indigenous artists are transforming their work, their bodies and their spirits.

Duration:00:48:39

Zombies, superheroes, and STEM: Indiginerds unite!

1/28/2018
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From reimagining Superman as a Cree woman, to securing the rez for a potential zombie apocalypse, to promoting Indigenous people in STEM — this week's show is all about Indiginerds! What's an Indiginerd? Simply put, it's an Indigenous nerd. Hear how Indiginerds from across Turtle Island are not only rewriting the nerd narratives, but also making it a much cooler place for Indiginerds to unite.

Duration:00:44:54

From graphic novels to TV cooking shows: Finding the heart and humour in storytelling

1/21/2018
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Today, from making, eating and selling food to feeding your love of literature, we are setting the table and inviting you to a story feast. Award winning author Katherena Vermette's latest work is a graphic novel called Pemmican Wars, a new children's book explains the connection the Gitxsan people have with sockeye salmon and a cooking odd couple returns to the small screen with a recipe for hilarity.

Duration:00:38:28

Not just pow wow: the many genres and voices of Indigenous music

1/14/2018
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From rock, to soul, to electro pop, this week on Unreserved we explore the many genres and voices of Indigenous music.

Duration:00:22:26

From kayaking, to basketball, to roller derby: Indigenous athletes accomplish amazing feats

1/7/2018
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It's the time of year for well intentioned resolutions to improve our minds and bodies. This week on Unreserved, we give you stories that'll get you moving — Indigenous athletes accomplishing amazing feats.

Duration:00:44:33

Best of Unreserved: Buffy Sainte-Marie, reconciliation and the Tiny House Warriors

12/31/2017
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This week on Unreserved we revisit some of our favourite conversations of the season.

Duration:00:41:21

Creator of North of 60 says show changed attitudes about Indigenous people

12/24/2017
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At the time, the creators of North of 60 had no idea that what they were making would become an iconic Canadian television show. When it launched on December 3, 1992, it had one of the highest debut audiences for a CBC television drama ever.

Duration:00:11:52

Changing perspectives: Looking back at North of 60

12/24/2017
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From the moment it hit the small screen in 1992 to its end in 1998 — plus five movies — the show set in Canada's north was a hit. It became must-watch television as familes gathered, phones went unanswered, band meetings were unattended.

Duration:00:45:02

From dystopian futures to secret pasts, check out these Indigenous storytellers over the holidays

12/17/2017
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As the holiday season rapidly approaches, our wish for you is some time off with loved ones and a stack of books to read! If you need a little inspiration, or are looking for some last minute literary gifts, we're talking to storytellers this week.

Duration:00:54:35

Reclaiming space through cooking, tattoos and satire

12/10/2017
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From tattooing, to satire, to cooking - this week on Unreserved we look at the many ways Indigenous people are reclaiming their culture.

Duration:00:40:00

Taking action: elementary schools, universities play active role in reconciliation

12/3/2017
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Universities and elementary schools across the country are taking action, and playing an active role in reconciliation. This week on Unreserved, we learn how rediscovering history can be a catalyst for change.

Duration:00:46:02

Desire to give back, promote reconciliation, raise awareness drives Indigenous entrepreneurs

11/25/2017
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From promoting reconciliation through reading, to raising money for education by selling cosmetics, we're talking to Indigenous business owners to find out what drives them to succeed.

Duration:00:41:24

Music as medicine: Buffy Sainte-Marie talks politics, sex scandals and her brand new album

11/17/2017
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Buffy Sainte-Marie talks about being blacklisted by the entertainment industry, ongoing sex scandals in Hollywood and the current controversy swirling around another singer who isn't afraid to stand up and speak out.

Duration:00:30:29

Unreserved Sneak Preview: Buffy Sainte-Marie weighs in on the Lido Pimienta concert controversy

11/16/2017
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Buffy Sainte-Marie is no stranger to controversy. Hear what she thinks of musician Lido Pimienta's decision to call "brown girls to the front" at a recent concert.

Duration:00:02:42

Unreserved Sneak Preview: Buffy Sainte-Marie talks the power of protest songs

11/15/2017
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We're spending time with Buffy Sainte-Marie this week and we've got a sneak listen just for our podcast subscribers.

Duration:00:03:28

Zombies, superheroes, and STEM: Indiginerds unite!

11/12/2017
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From reimagining Superman as a Cree woman, to securing the rez for a potential zombie apocalypse, to promoting Indigenous people in STEM — this week's show is all about Indiginerds!

Duration:00:44:50

From video games to YA novels: How Indigenous art is evolving

11/5/2017
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Indigenous art has adapted and shifted drastically over the course of hundreds of years, but the purpose has remained the same: to share culture and teachings with each other.

Duration:00:37:36

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