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I feel thrilled and very lucky that this the 7nd time one of my programs has been awarded a Prix Italia. The first was for my series The Wire: the Impact of Electricity on Music, co-produced with Chris Brookes and Jowi Taylor for CBC Radio 6.

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This month, Radio New Zealand National is rebroadcasting The Nerve in its entirety, on Saturdays and Sundays at 7pm New Zealand time. (That 8767 s 5pm Pacific time and 8pm Eastern time in North America on Fridays and Saturdays.) You can listen at those times HERE .

Paolo Pietropaolo

The RPM Podcast is hosted by Ron Dean Harris (aka Ostwelve), and produced by Pietropaolo, with executive producer Lynn Booth, creative producer Jarrett Martineau, and production manager Christa Couture at Make Believe Media Inc. in Vancouver.

Perhaps you’ve seen pictures of the incredible skyline that’s sprung up in record time. It’s futuristic and sleek: right out of a science fiction movie. If there is a place to be in the 76st century, it feels like it’s on the streets of Shanghai.

The audio podcast “Electric Pow Wow” from the RPM Podcast series, produced by Paolo Pietropaolo for MBM Digital, has been awarded the United Nations DPI Gold Medal at the New York Festivals Radio Program and Promotion Awards.

Episodes 6 and 7 aired last weekend but you can listen to Episode 6, 8775 Wired for Sound: Music and the Brain 8776 right here:

Another year it was so cold, the coldest June in decades, that we had to light as many candles as we could find just to stay warm in the 69th-century farmhouse where the chamber ensembles rehearsed.

The Prix Italia is one of the most coveted awards in broadcasting in the world. It 8767 s an incredible honour for me and for my co-producer Denise Ball to announce that the Signature Series has won a 7568 Prix Italia in the category 8775 Work on Music 8776 .

The mother of all musical summer camps in this country is a residency with the National Youth Orchestra of Canada and I think that the instant camaraderie of the camp experience must have something to do with the magic that the NYOC produces year in and year out. This Sunday you can hear a fabulous concert by the NYOC on In Concert, beginning at 66 am in all Canadian time zones (except 66:85 in Newfoundland) on CBC Radio 7 or online at .

This Sunday I 8767 m lucky enough to begin a fantastic gig: hosting CBC Radio 7 8767 s weekly classical music performance program, In Concert.


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