Louise Hutchinson

Lesbians with Addictions

This episode features interviews with Jackie from Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA), and Louise Long, a BC registered counsellor for drug and alcohol abuse and specializing in dysfunctional families.
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Jackie
Louise Long
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Louise Hutchinson
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Audio
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English
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Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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Mind and Body

Topic: Mind and Body

Content includes, but is not limited to, significant discussion of matters related to: health and wellness; the physical body; mental health and illness; substance abuse and addiction; and psychiatry and therapy.

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Co-op Radio Fundraising Drive

Cathy (Louise's partner) gives a testimony for the Lesbian Show during Coop Radio's Fundraising Drive.
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Date of interview: 
1989 or 1990
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Cathy
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
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Audio
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English
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Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Arts and Culture

Topic: Arts and Culture

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Lesbians and Non-Traditional Jobs.

The theme of the show today is lesbians and non-traditional jobs. Louise interviews Avril, an industrial journeyman electrician, Jean Caha, a sound engineer, and Tricia, a teacher on a first nation reserves. Meredith also interviews Connie, an elevator installer in Seattle.
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Date of interview: 
1989
Interviewee: 
Tricia
Jean
Avril
and Connie
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
Meredith
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Audio
Language: 
English
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Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Work

Topic: Work

Content includes significant discussion of all types of labour and work, including: careers; unpaid or volunteer labour; emotional labour; sex work; activist or community work; and domestic/household work.

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Valentines Day

On this Valentine’s Day edition of The Lesbian Show, Louise interviews Carol Weaver, drummer of Vancouver women’s band Keychange. Carole, Penny, and other guests read Valentine’s poetry, and Valentines are called in by listeners for “Dial-a-Dyke”
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Date of interview: 
February, 1990
Interviewee: 
Carol Weaver
Penny
May Christiansen
Cathy
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
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Audio
Language: 
English
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Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Sex and Relationships

Topic: Sex and Relationships

Content includes significant discussion of all matters related to sex, sexuality, and relationships (other than familial relationships with parents or children), including: friendships; marriage; divorce; relationship models, etc.

Arts and Culture

Topic: Arts and Culture

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Arati and Linda

This show is focused on women and lesbians in India and in the Philippines. The first half is a tape of poetry and songs from a woman in Mumbai, recorded by Dorothy Kid, and the second half is an interview with Linda Irvin in the Philippines.
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Date of interview: 
1990
Interviewee: 
Arati
Linda Irvin
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
Dorothy Kid
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Arts and Culture

Topic: Arts and Culture

Content includes discussion of making, consuming, and interacting with art and culture, including: art; literature; theatre; reading; movies and film; pop culture, etc.

Discrimination

Topic: Discrimination

Content includes significant discussion of experiences of discrimination and harassment of all kinds, including: homophobia; assault; legal and institutionalized discrimination; censorship; surveillance; and responses to discrimination.

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Cleo

Louise interviews Cleo about witches’ Halloween traditions. This interview was used in the episode "Witches" in this collection.
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Date of interview: 
October, 1989
Interviewee: 
Cleo
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Place of interview: 
Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Religion and Spirituality

Topic: Religion and Spirituality

Content includes significant discussion of aspects of religion and spirituality, including: specific religions or places of worship; the role and/or effect of religion or spirituality in one’s life; and spirituality and spiritual practices.

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Gitta

Gitta discusses her plans to create a Waxing Moon Healing Village in the Interior with healers from the Waxing Moon Healing Society from all over the world.
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Date of interview: 
November, 1989
Interviewee: 
Gitta Ritter
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
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Audio
Language: 
English
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Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Spaces

Topic: Spaces

Content includes significant discussion of physical (and sometimes conceptual) spaces and locales including: urban spaces and life; rural spaces and life; private/domestic spaces; the home; neighbourhoods and ghettos; and semi-private or semi-public spaces such as women’s bookshops, community spaces, and land/living collectives.

Community

Topic: Community

Content includes significant discussion of: finding and/or being part of a community; community organizing or organizations; community building; or the relationships between communities.

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13th Annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival

This episode of the Lesbian Show highlights women musicians performing at the 13th annual Vancouver Folk Music Festival, including Laurie Lewis, Holly Near, Frank Chickens, Ranch Romance, Jeanne Bichevskaya, Jennifer Berezan and Uzume Taiko.
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Date of interview: 
July 12, 1990
Interviewee: 
Laurie Lewis
Holly Near
Frank Chickens
Ranch Romance
Jeanne Bichevskaya
Jennifer Berezan and Uzume Taiko
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Place of interview: 
Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Sex and Relationships

Topic: Sex and Relationships

Content includes significant discussion of all matters related to sex, sexuality, and relationships (other than familial relationships with parents or children), including: friendships; marriage; divorce; relationship models, etc.

Coming Out

Topic: Coming Out

Content includes significant discussion of, or matters related to, coming out.

Identity

Topic: Identity

Content includes significant discussion of identity/ies (including gender, sexual, racial, religious, and class) and how one self-identifies, and/or significant discussion of the process of finding or determining one’s identity/ies.

Family

Topic: Family

Content includes significant discussion of matters related to family, including: one’s relationships with their family members; having and raising children; the experience of having a non-heteronormative/non-traditional family.

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Catherine, Pat, Karen, Clara, Vett , Chantal, and Denise

Catherine calls in from the aquatic centre to talk about an international gay and lesbian swim meet, and Pat Pitsula, co-chair of Team Vancouver, discusses the upcoming Gay Games in August. Karen and Clara from Dykes Unlimited, a lesbian discussion group at UBC, and Vett from the UBC Women’s Centre, come to talk about finding a lesbian space on campus. Denise Evans, president of the Gay and Lesbian Association (GALA) at SFU, and Chantal discuss lesbian studies, sexual harassment.
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Date of interview: 
March 23, 1990
Interviewee: 
Catherine
Pat Pitsula
Karen
Clara and Vett from UBC
Chantal and Denise Evans from SFU
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Place of interview: 
Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
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None
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Community

Topic: Community

Content includes significant discussion of: finding and/or being part of a community; community organizing or organizations; community building; or the relationships between communities.

Coming Out

Topic: Coming Out

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Erica, Jill, and Jaime

Louise interviews Erica Thorne and Jill Togawa from Light from a New Torch, a traveling modern dance troup, about what it is like to perform dances about lesbian culture and to work with men. In the second part, she interviews Jaime Griffiths about the squash tournament in the Gay Games.
Collection: 
Date of interview: 
August 1990
Interviewee: 
Erica Thorne
Jill Togawa
and Jaime Griffiths
Interviewer: 
Louise Hutchinson
Format: 
Audio
Language: 
English
Place of interview: 
Rights: 
Third-party permission and agreement to CC BY-NC 4.0 license obtained from Vancouver Co-op Radio.
Restrictions: 
None
Topics: 

Work

Topic: Work

Content includes significant discussion of all types of labour and work, including: careers; unpaid or volunteer labour; emotional labour; sex work; activist or community work; and domestic/household work.

Arts and Culture

Topic: Arts and Culture

Content includes discussion of making, consuming, and interacting with art and culture, including: art; literature; theatre; reading; movies and film; pop culture, etc.

Mind and Body

Topic: Mind and Body

Content includes, but is not limited to, significant discussion of matters related to: health and wellness; the physical body; mental health and illness; substance abuse and addiction; and psychiatry and therapy.

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