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Strange Birds

City: Québec City
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Randall Spear

The role of the artist is changing because society is changing. Songwriter Randall Spear teams up with filmmaker Clement Desjardins in beautiful Quebec City to discuss these changes with different artists. Strange birds embodies the city through their songs, films, poetry or pictures.


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Episodes

Episode 1

Spokesperson for the diversity in Quebec City, Valerie Clio is a well-known jazz singer and blues singer, as well as a figurehead for the vibrant Haitian community.

Episode 2

Simon Jacobs was a member of the Quebec Symphonic Orchestra, an historian and is now a successful hotelier, mixing all of his passions and helping tourists discover the real Quebec City.

Episode 3

A wild bird, that has turned his passion for the outdoors, right on the outskirts of Quebec City, into an international brand named Hooké, that now encompasses dozens of TV shows and magazines.

Episode 4

Quebec City is known for an incredible music festival, not only in Canada, but across the world : Festival d’Été de Québec. Louis Bellavance is the songbird that chooses with his heart and ears, all the acts that come and play each year at the summer festival.

Episode 5

A pub is not only a place where you have a beer. It can be the beating heart of the city. Meet Jean-François Barré, the owner of the most iconic pub of Quebec City, Pub St-Alexandre, and hear his stories about the old city.

Episode 6

A pub is not only a place where you have a beer. It can be the beating heart of the city. Meet Jean-François Barré, the owner of the most iconic pub of Quebec City, Pub St-Alexandre, and hear his stories about the old city.

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