About Stuart Clark

Stuart believes in community engagement on all levels and that an informed populace is a more intelligent populace. He enjoys playing the devil advocate (in other words, winding up Sean) on the podcast and likes learning new things about the incredible folks we have in our community.
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Episode 57

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:16:23 — 35.0MB)Hosts Stuart Clark Sean Quigley This Week in London Tweets Episode 57 August 28th 2013   Guest Bob Smith Bob grew up on a farm just north of Chatham and, after completing high school, moved to London where he graduated from the Broadcast Journalism program […]

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Episode 56

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:18:37 — 36.0MB)Episode 56 July 10th 2013   Hosts & Guests Stuart Clark Sean Quigley Pat Maloney Nathan Smith Topic – #Ldnwest byelection Candidate Background and transparency.   What are the voters in London West looking for. What makes a byelection different from a regular one? http://www.lfpress.com/2013/07/07/distrust-anger-and-apathy-unite-london-west-voters […]

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Episode 55

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:05:50 — 30.1MB) A program note from Stuart – Yes this should have been episode 54, entirely my fault. Maybe we will do Ep 54 next time, or leave it as a lost episode. 🙂  Enjoy the podcast. This week in London tweets. Episode 55 June 5th […]

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Episode 53

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:09:58 — 32.2MB)Episode 53 April 17th 2013     Guest Pat Maloney @patatlfpress Patrick Maloney has been a reporter with The London Free Press since 2003. In the years since, he has covered topics ranging from sports and courts to high-profile crime and federal elections. In 2010, […]

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Episode 52

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:17:57 — 35.7MB)Episode 52 Jan 30th 2013 Guest – Glen Pearson   Blogs – Kathleen Wynne’s Victory – Look Deeper – The Curse of Blind Optimism – Hyper-partisanship – The Steroids of Politics Glen’s recent trip to Sudan – The issues with Community Development ( giving in […]

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