Rock Meets Bone

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Rock Meets Bone was a 30-minute radio program that aired on CKDU from September-December 1989. It focused on Nova Scotian grassroots arts and culture through its features on people and subjects including Philip Glass, Gaelic song, and storytelling. The show was created by writer Danny Blouin and director Brian Guns with the assistance of the Naropa Institute of Canada. It was produced by Denny Blouin, Sam Bercholz and Brian Guns, who also voiced the narration. The program's name was derived from a presentation on Nova Scotia culture given at a Buddhist conference in Halifax in March 1989, also produced in part by Brian Guns.


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