Welcome to the 25th Hour on Capital Current. To our current audience, we are happy to have you on our new platform. For those who are new to the 25th Hour we are excited for you to see what we have in store. To view our archived shows please visit us on the Twenty-Fifth Hour website. To view our current show and future shows please visit us on the Capital Current website.
The 25th Hour: Facing an audience naked
Rick Telfer produces a literary evening with a clear difference. He explains how it is possible to find power in vulnerability.
The 25th Hour: Puppets and playfulness are the way to the heart
Kathy MacLellan helps bring the heart into theatre for children.
The 25th Hour: Turning salvaged wood into art
In the midst of climate change, many here in Ottawa try to do their part. Mark Pottle turns wood that would otherwise end up in the trash into pieces of art.
The 25th Hour: Getting together with technology
Kim Kilpatrick has been blind her whole life. She helps people with who are blind or have low vision use technology to navigate the world.
The 25th Hour: One man keeps his promise to a loyal companion
Michel Randell honours the memory of another dog he loved by fostering golden retrievers who’ve been rescued.
25th Hour: The Immigrant Pilot
It’s not easy for newcomers to Canada starting over in a new country. One Syrian arrival has chosen to taked to the sky. This is his story.
25th Hour: Moved by Passion
Moved By Passion is a profile on Alesia Kazantceva, an Ottawa-based photographer who moved to Canada from Russia to pursue a career in medicine. She wants her photos to show the natural beauty every person has. Especially during the craze of social media. This story first appeared on Carleton’s 25th Hour.
25th Hour: The Queen of Drag
Balancing work and a social life is hard enough. Add being one of Ottawa’s top drag queens to the mix. Adrianna Exposée is taking over the drag scene one performance at a time. This story was originally published on 25th Hour.
25th Hour: The Green Wave
The Green Wave follows three individuals who have drastically restructured the way they live to try to combat climate change. They use their money, influence and votes to positively impact the environment. We investigate how this global green wave of eco-consciousness influenced the way Canadians took to the polls this past fall. This story first appeared on Carleton’s 25th Hour.
25th Hour: Shooting Higher
The growing popularity of basketball in Ottawa is doing more than just providing a sporting experience. It’s building a more inclusive community.
Anyone can do a flip for fun
Nick Grimard is passing on the lessons of a lifetime in gymnastics.
Target Zero: Putting an end to household waste
The zero-waste lifestyle is a growing trend, but not everyone knows how to start cutting out the material excess from their lives. Meet two Ottawa area women who lead by example in this story that first appeared on The 25th Hour.