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Hosted by Leah-Simone Bowen, Podcast Playlist's podcast obsessed producers help you find the best podcasts out there. Each week we curate fresh, exciting and thoughtful stories to help you unearth new podcasts to add to your rotation. From true crime to comedy, from current affairs to audio fiction and everything in between. Each week we take you on a journey with lots of discoveries along the way.
 
Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only national phone-in show, broadcasting live from coast to coast to coast. Checkup is Canada's weekly town hall — a place for raw, honest perspectives on the most pressing issues of the week. For over 55 years, it's where Canadians gather to listen to each other every Sunday afternoon. Call us: 1-888-416-8333.
 
CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
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Carrie Serwetnyk is the first woman in the Canadian soccer Hall of Fame, and the owner/operator of Free Kick in Vancouver. Stephanie Labbe is the Whitecaps F-C general manager of women’s soccer, a retired goalkeeper for Team Canada and several professional teams. Brian Wing is passionate about fixing things and has volunteers at repair cafes.…
 
On today's show: we speak with one of many Canadians stuck in limbo as they wait for their official permanent resident status; we hear about new plans to improve safety on Calgary Transit; and we speak with an Albertan heading to the United Nations' biodiversity conference in Montreal.
 
It's been more than three decades since the killing of 14 women at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal. But how much has really changed since that day, when it comes to violence against women? It's called the “King of musical instruments" for its size, complexity and power. But it's not as commonly known as piano or violin..probably because a pipe orga…
 
It's impossible. ODSP ActionCoalition's Trevor Manson says he eats one meal a day. Rabia Khedr, National Director for Disability Without Poverty, is calling on the provincial and federal governments to help people with disablities out of poverty.
 
Thirty-three years ago, 14 young women were murdered and 13 others were wounded in the École Polytechnique tragedy. Hear why Kristina Fifield, with the Avalon Sexual Assault Centre, says as we remember those women we should also be thinking about the Portapique tragedy.
 
Ellen Whitman, a forest fire research scientist with Natural Resources Canada, spoke with host Jeff Douglas about the risk assessment released by the province this week. It looks at how climate change will bring fiercer floods, fires and extreme weather.
 
Nova Scotia's Department of Environment and Climate Change has issued a report, outlining the coming effects of climate change. We speak with Will Balser, the coastal adaptation co-ordinator with the Ecology Action Centre. We hear about the "Holiday Hosts" program on PEI for newcomers. And on the phone-in: Rosmarie Lohnes on coastal erosion.…
 
0:00 Last month, the federal government announced people in this province would begin paying a new carbon tax starting July first. Hear from Long Range Mountains MP and federal labour minister Gudie Hutchings. While the government subsidies may help with the cost...it may not actually be possible for every home to run a heat pump. Hear from Gander …
 
The Once are back in the province. after a month and a half touring Western Canada. But they aren't staying put. In fact, they're donning their red, white, and green - and getting ready to sing their favorite Christmas songs at an Arts and Culture Centre near you. The CBC's Melissa Tobin spoke with Geraldine Hollett, Phil Churchill, and Andrew Dale…
 
This month, Qalipu First Nation is holding a referendum on a proposed change to its membership rules. The change would allow retired members of the military, RCMP and Canadian Rangers, whose applications had previously been rejected, to reapply for membership. Ed Brake spent a career with the Mounties, posted all over Canada. He was rejected by Qal…
 
Sony's Spider-Man Spider-Verse future, James Gunn talks DCU & Hierarchy of PissPower I TCBC 596INTRO [0:00]The Bob Strikes Back [7:24]Sonys TV Spider-Verse [16:29]- Spider-Man MCU Deal & Amazon Impact [Sub Topic] [23:09]James Gunn talks DCU [28:28]Namor stuck at Universal [Members]Chris Hemsworth Done Acting? [MEMBERS]…
 
Sweet Bobby host Alexi Mostrous is back with a new podcast about a satanic panic in the UK. This week, he sits down with host Leah-Simone Bowen to talk about the hoax and how its repercussions are still being felt eight years later. Plus, we’ve got more noteworthy series: from a deep dive into the fashion trend that never goes out of style, to why …
 
Thirty years ago, Salman Rushdie made a surprise appearance at a Canadian PEN fundraiser, while still in hiding because of the fatwa issued against him for his 1988 novel, The Satanic Verses. Getting Rushdie to Toronto was an enormous undertaking and Writers & Company was one of few Canadian media outlets granted access to Rushdie before the event.…
 
This week's segment is on holiday travel. Our guests are Frederic Dimanche and Barry Shecter. Dimanche is a director of hospitality and tourism management at Toronto Metropolitan University. Shecter is a travel commentator and expert with New Wave travel.
 
The CEO of the Calgary Chamber of Commerce and two political strategists talk about the Alberta Sovereignty Act. The head of a gun control group discusses the uproar over amendments to a firearms bill. Experts Vina Nadjibulla and Jeff Nankivell analyze Canada’s Indo-Pacific strategy. Plus — the EU executive’s vice-president outlines Europe’s energy…
 
In this instalment of The Butterfly Effect, we hear the long tale of the mixtape: How the Sony Walkman paved the way for the iPod and streaming a million songs, TV shows and movies from our smartphones. Featuring Michael Bull, professor of sound studies at University of Sussex; Todd Green, associate professor of marketing at Brock University; and J…
 
Saskatchewan’s government says it’s looking at “growth that works for everyone.” It released its mid-year budget projections which look better than expected. We know some of that cash is coming to residents in affordability cheques - but another billion dollars is going to pay down debt. Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk and CBC Saskatchewan pro…
 
Bats growl like death metal singers to communicate with each other; James Webb Space Telescope sees into the atmosphere of a distant gas giant; Lab coats don’t fit and aren’t functional. This researcher wants to make them fabulous; Ants produce ‘milk’ during metamorphosis to feed the colony; Pinpointing the Anthropocene. Where is the signature of t…
 
Footage from Iran shows girls and women removing their hijabs in protest. But when the videos end up on Tiktok some of the complexity around the veil is going to get lost. Tapestry spoke with Homa Hoodfar, on the meanings of the veil in Iran and Islam. Peak into our voicemail as we hear from Iranians across Canada on their hopes and fears. Kiana Ka…
 
As protests spread across China, citizens consider how far they can push Beijing; concerns of privatized health-care as a virtual pediatric care service shuts down; meet Jeremy Brown, one of the real-life Cornish fishermen who inspired the musical Fisherman's Friends; Dr. Nasser Mohamed, an exiled gay physician from Qatar, campaigns for LGBTQ right…
 
The At Issue panel discusses the Alberta Sovereignty within a United Canada Act and whether they expect it to pass the legislature. Plus what does this new act mean for the relationship between Ottawa and the provinces?Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Elamin Abdelmahmoud and Althia Raj.…
 
Today we shine our spotlight on author, writer, speaker and Governor General Award nominated Deborah Kimmett. You heard her last year when we presented Downward Facing Broad, here she is performing at the 20th Anniversary of Accent on Toronto.
 
Playing in a band can often lend itself to being exposed to various legal and illegal substances. There are many stories of overuse by famous artists, at times leading to their demise. In the cover band world, there is no shortage of opportunities to indulge in substance usage, but it can be a slippery slope. Steve and Tony discuss this topic today…
 
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