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Hang on tight Canada, here we GO!

Broadcast live from Ottawa every Saturday morning, GO is a snapshot of Canadians at play. Join Brent Bambury as he chases down students backpacking through Europe, hangs with slumming rock stars, and pours coffee for Canada's most caffeinated people. Along the way you'll hear the world's most infectious music, plus stories that'll makes you stare at your radio in disbelief.

This Saturday GO explores the body's sexiest organ...no, not that one, you dirty bird, The Brain!

Join Brent this week as he inspects the inner workings of the Human Brain.

Joining us in the studio to make beautiful brain music will be James Fung. James will use plenty of wires, computer software and a few brave brains to help create music from our audience members' brain waves.

We've sent Go envoy Marie Woodrow to the Canadian Brain Tissue Bank to find out how to donate your brain to science.

We'll pick the brain of University of Lethbridge professor, Dr. Bryan Kolb. He'll tell us what scientists have discovered about human intelligence and consciousness, and what questions about the brain still remain unsolved.

And then we take to the streets with a copy of How Would You Move Mount Fuji?, a book of brain teasing problems looking for creative answers. William Poundstone's book is published by Little Brown and Company.

Check out the photos of our live GO show from the stage of the National Library.

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You can contact us at 1-866-94-GO NOW or at go@cbc.ca

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