Radio

“When Winston Churchhill was asked to cut ARTS funding in favor of the war effort, He simply replied, ‘Then what are we fighting for?’ “

 

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What you need to know about the Radio Program…Broadcasting Facebook Live [Audio] Radio Tune into regular broadcasts

Mondays at 4pm and check for the live recording at Dyonne Lewis Page. 

Our host-producer discusses seeing obstacles as opportunities with rare guest interviews: Keep it locked on Dee to entertain, educate and elevate with her live coaching plus healing ministry.

“If you can’t fly then run if you can’t run then walk if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have  to keep moving forward.” Martin Luther King Jr.

Dyonne got her start in radio working at CKCU FM 93.1 [The Mighty 93.1]  in Ottawa, the nation’s capital when she volunteered in 1989 as a student at Carleton University…

interviewing Dr. Glenda Simms for the Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG).  Dr. Simms was the newly appointed president of the Canadian Advisory Council on the Status of Women, at the time.

Zoe.Lbe-happy-2 An inspirational one-one-one studio interview with an 11-year-old girl [now 14] who reaches out to the president of an acclaimed recording studio after being denied music lessons.

Stay tuned for Dyonne’s up close and intimate interview with Zoe. L, a young Toronto singer, who has an exciting music career ahead of her: After being told she couldn’t have further music lessons because

she was not practicing between sessions and they were too expensive, Zoe decided to launch her career as a pop-star. Her first professional recording session was sponsored at the prestigious Phase One Studios by Larry LuBotta.  Zoe is currently working on an album in addition to a music video for her first pop track, Keep Moving On.

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