9to5 dot Cc public
[search 0]
×
Best 9to5 dot Cc podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best 9to5 dot Cc podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
Join millions of Player FM users today to get news and insights whenever you like, even when you're offline. Podcast smarter with the free podcast app that refuses to compromise. Let's play!
Join the world's best podcast app to manage your favorite shows online and play them offline on our Android and iOS apps. It's free and easy!
More
show episodes
 
Go Plug Yourself. A Montreal podcast. Voted one of Montreal’s Best Podcasts 6 years in a row. Off the cuff interviews with talented Montrealers. Over the years, local Montreal comedian Walter J. Lyng and 9to5.cc’s Keith Heistermann have interviewed over a hundred talented Montrealers. Montreal comic superstars Sugar Sammy, Mike Ward and Mike Paterson have been on the show. The founder of Just For Laughs Andy Nulman too! Star of “Better Call Saul” and “Farcry 3” Michael Mando too! Local comed ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
The Montreal comedy podcast that used to do interviews but is now just me and some comedians talking about whatever we feel like it. In this edition of “Go Quarantine Yourself” I’m joined by Lawrence and Chris to talk about childhood. We also talk a bit about sports and the current state of comedy but there is a surprising amount of content about c…
 
The Montreal podcast that has gone into isolation rolls on this week as we continue to isolate ourselves from guests. Lawrence and Keith decide to capitalize on the fact that Chris & Inés weren’t around to talk a lot about Dungeons & Dragons. Lawrence recently started playing with a group of Montreal comics and we talk about building characters, gr…
 
The Montreal podcast that brings Montrealer Michael Mando right into your ears even though we’re all in self-isolation. Michael (once again) puts us all to shame with his drive and motivation as he has spent his time in isolation literally learning how to use sound editing software to put his music together. Mind you, he also has some inspiring wor…
 
It’s episode 3 of Montreal’s favorite quarantine podcast! Go Quarantine Yourself (because you love your family)! So I know last episode we said we were going to talk about our favorite TV shows but Inés lost her voice and Lawrence had to work SO we brought in the only man who could possibly step up to fill in for not one, but TWO co-hosts down: Wal…
 
Hey, remember back in Go Plug Yourself Episode 200 where I said “thank goodness Lawrence wasn’t on the cruise with the COVID-19” outbreak and we all laughed it off? Those were the days. So, in light of our current state of lockdown we thought we would mix it up a little bit by continuing the transformation of Go Plug Yourself into Go Quarantine You…
 
Well, this is weird, right? First of all, it’s Sunday and not Thursday which means this episode is 4 days late. But that’s probably not the weirdness that you thought of when I said “this is weird”, is it? Anyhow, thanks to the magic of modern technology we should be able to get back on schedule for both Go Plug Yourself and 9ES (with all hosts and…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks comedian Ben Miner: What do you do to get yourself through the winter? We had Ben Miner on the show three years ago and a lot has changed since then. Nobody knows what a fingerboard is anymore, Donald Trump wasn’t President yet and Ben was a lot less fit. Ben decided a little while ago to get a trainer, get in shape a…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Sean Arsenian and April Furlotte (aka Sweetheart Grip): If you could be reincarnated as a vegetable, which one, and why? You might know Sean from the seminal, very heavy Montreal band “The Great Sabatini” (and if you don’t well you should get to know them and also listen to our podcast with them here). But maybe you d…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Louis Rastelli: How do you explain your hair? Let me try to put together a loose timeline of events for you. Louis Rastelli started writing local music reviews at some point in the 1980s. Fed up with mainstream printed press like The Gazette and not satisfied with alt-weeklies like The Mirror and The Hour, Louis turne…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Ram Krishnan (of The Unsettlers): What do you think the future holds for Greta Thunberg? Normally Ram Krishnan plays bass for The Unsettlers, but on November 7th at La Vitrola, he will be behind the drum kit. Even more normally, Ram pours us beer at Grumpy’s. It’s a little strange to think of the sheer volume of beer …
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Robert Green of The Green Party: Who is the most overrated superhero of all time? Nonstop hard hitting questions on our first real foray into the world of political interviews. Robert Green is the Green Party candidate for NDG-Westmount and he was kind enough to come on the show to tell his tale of how one long haired…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Chris Venditto (who’s organizing a Montreal Roast Battle): Can you describe the circumstances that lead you into a relationship with a bear? (Thanks Elspeth and Deidre!) Our boy Chris was nice enough to come into my house, and sit on my couch, and drink my water and this guy… this guy, the “Venditto” sits there and te…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Deirdre and Elspeth from Ladyfest: What is oppressing you or your community, and what are you doing about it? Hard hitting questions here folks. Just two of the many, many talented people that make up this year’s edition of Ladyfest join Walter and I this week to talk about… you know what? Try to guess. Try to guess w…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Donovan King: What is the weirdest, most nonsensical thing you were bullied for? Donovan King can tell you a lot about the darker parts of Montreal’s history. The hidden things, sometimes macabre, that for one reason or another aren’t in the history books. In fact, he can tell you so much about those things that he is…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Inés Anaya: What is the one food you would eat, even if it was bad? Inés is just one of the many, many rising comedy talents in Montreal. She doesn’t like horror movies though. A fun drinking game would be to take a shot every time we ask her if she’s seen one horror movie or another. You’ll probably drink a few shots…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Katia Lyng: Who is your favorite on-screen Batman? So, as I am sure will be readily apparent from the moment you start listening to them bicker banter, Katia is Walter’s sister. They occasionally refer to The Undertaker as their Dad. It’s weird. Katia is on the show not just because of nepotism but also because she is…
 
The Montreal podcast that dares to as Montreal indie rock band We Are Monroe: Who do you wish was your dad? We Are Monroe have big things planned in the next couple of months. Big things. They’re back in the studio with legendary producer Gus Van Go and a new album is in the works, but FIRST, they are playing the biggest party of the summer: Osheag…
 
My wife described “Girls Gotta Eat” like “My Favorite Murderer” but about dating. That’s not bad company for Rayna Greenberg and Ashley Hesseltine to be keeping (MFM does nearly 20 million downloads a month). The girls are bringing their dating expertise (ie: plenty of first hand experience) to Montreal and Toronto in the next few days for a live v…
 
The Nasty Show at Just for Laughs is always one of the shows where comedy gets the rock star treatment. The show is at MTELUS, there’s a live band to hype of the crowd, and the performers are all ready to just tear it up. But this year, there’s something a little different. This is “Nasty” evolved. This is Nasty Show 2.0, proving crass comedy can s…
 
Shaun Majumder has probably the craziest comedy origin story of anyone in Canada. First of all he is from Newfoundland, which I guess isn’t that crazy (CODCO certainly has some comedic pedigree and also brought us Mary Walsh, another 22 Minutes alumni). But he was also, as he puts it, “beige.” Meaning that he grew up in Newfoundland being of half E…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Reese Turner: Who’s your favorite? (Walter or Keith) If you were one of the lucky people who managed to get tickets to last year’s sell out edition of “Rad Dads” then you know that Reese and Walter are terrible, but radical parents. The boys are back this year with even more Rad Dads (and Moms) in tow so obviously we …
 
She The People promises to be hilarious. Sure it is written, directed and performed by women, but their first order of business is to be funny. Carly Heffernan is the director and one of the writers of the show that celebrates inclusivity. Featuring performers from the LGBTQ community, performers over 40, and performers from a variety of ethnic bac…
 
The Nasty Show has the (dubious?) distinction of being one of the longest running shows at the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival. There has no doubt been quite the evolution in comedy about what constitutes “nasty” these days and most comedians are no longer quite as interested in being offensive for the sake of it. This isn’t the PC 1990s where a …
 
The Montreal podcast that asks The Peers: What is your favorite biopic? (Because Tranna Wintour wanted to know). Two of The Peers (Rahul & Kate) join Walter and Keith… wait… that’s not Walter! That’s Sarah! That’s right, my wife stepped in for this episode of Go Plug Yourself! Rahul and Kate talk about the television show Lost, how Shakespeare is e…
 
The Montreal Podcast that asks Tranna Wintour: Would you recognize your own scent? Tranna has been on the show before but it has been far too long since we’ve had her as a guest. One of my favorite things about talking to Tranna is that where we may diverge on certain elements of our favorite slices of pop culture we can always find common ground i…
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Josh Shapiro and Gowthaman Kasy: Strat or Telly? And Why? Josh Shapiro has done the impossible. He has brought stand up comedy to Montreal’s Dollar Cinema. Maybe it wasn’t impossible, but it certainly hasn’t been done before. Check out “No Jokes Barred Live At Dollar Cinema” TONIGHT, Thursday May 30th, where else? At …
 
The Montreal podcast that asks Gern f. Vlchek: Who is your favorite doctor? At one point in this episode, Walter alludes to the idea that Gern might be kind of a modern day Bukowski and it’s not that crazy. Gern’s socialist beliefs seep into so many of his endeavours and he is a modern renaissance man of artistic output. Storyteller, musician, nove…
 
The Montreal wrestling podcast that you know and love is back once again (like a renegade master) to shoot the squared circle. Pat Laprade probably watched somewhere in the vicinity of 30 hours of wrestling when he went down to NYC for WrestleMania weekend and this time Walter went with him. Just kidding. Walter also went to ‘Mania but as he brings…
 
The Montreal podcast that dares to ask the question: What artist do you admire the most? Scott Andrew Carter is our… let’s call him “main guest” this week because he’s the only one that managed to keep his headset on the entire episode. Sharing the other mic was Vance Michel and Shawn Stenhouse and I’m pretty sure Serag Meletian might jump in for a…
 
Andrew Albert is one of this fine country’s top comedy talents and it’s just a little bit crazy that same guy who will be featured on the All Star Show of the Halifax Comedy Festival next week will be playing at the intimate Piranha Bar here in Montreal in just a few days. Also, he knows a lot about wine. A LOT. ABOUT. WINE. Seriously, he’s a card …
 
With WrestleMania right around the corner, we thought it was high time to have yet another episode devoted to one of our favorite things: pro wrestling. Sure, we’ve got that OTHER show where we only talk about wrestling (and you should definitely be listening to Pat on the Mat if you aren’t already) but it’s not the same as sitting down with a wres…
 
As you may know if you have already listened to the latest Pat on the Mat,Walter missed some recordings due to illness. We were planning a regular episode of Go Plug Yourself with Chris Venditto, but without Walter around to yell at us for talking about hockey we spent the whole hour talking about the Habs. Be sure to check out good times being arr…
 
We’re just a little over 2 weeks away from WrestleMania (and all of the other events that go with it) so this is the last episode of Montreal’s favorite English language wrestling podcast: Pat on the Mat! Walter was below the weather so Pat and I hold it down like PCO and Brody King while we run through everything we know (and speculate about a lot…
 
2/5ths of the seminal Montreal based horror rock punk (?) band FIGHTFACE join Walter and Keith to talk about how to become musicians, how to chop off your finger and how to handle hecklers. Dan plays the keys and Kate plays the bass and they’re joined by Elvis on vocals, Vince on guitar and Dustin on drums. They are FIGHTFACE/ This is basically a h…
 
I know what your February needs. It needs a weekend long horror themed theater festival featuring 10 different companies producing 16 different shows and a bunch of surprises! It’s a good thing that Festival de la Bête Noir exists to fill that need! Mylène and Jason are working their asses off on the inaugural edition of the festival and you’ll be …
 
In case you didn’t know, Pat Laprade is one of the busiest people in Quebec Wrestling, so once again we find ourselves closer to 6 weeks between episodes. But that’s ok, we compensate by talking about almost EVERYTHING that has happened since Christmas! 3.0 signing with WWE, the AEW signings, Uce popping his shirt off in front of the cops, Becky wi…
 
The fact that Mariana Vial hasn’t been on this show yet is kind of a tragedy. We’ve been good friends since at some point in 2001 I would guess and she’s been a talented part of the Montreal improv scene for what seems like forever. Her most recent endeavor is “The Jazz Ands” a musical improv troupe that is performing monthly at The Montreal Improv…
 
In the last week or two, you might have heard a little story about a comedian being banned from performing at a comedy show for having dreadlocks. It made the national news. Zach Poitras is that comedian and now he’s on the show. And you won’t believe what he has to say about the whole thing. Just kidding, for the guy at the center of such an incen…
 
Not one but two comedians join us for this episode! What a treat! What starts as a regular single guest affair with the lovely and talented American boy named Jared about kids in MAGA hats spirals into a conversation about Jimmy Savile once James Oakley arrives to the show. That seems like a pretty good resume of this episode. Sure does. Be sure to…
 
Montreal’s favorite English language podcast (if you ask my dad) is back for our first episode of 2019! Always eager to put the spotlight on the up and coming members of Montreal’s ever evolving arts world, we welcome a new comedian on the scene: Michelle Dominique! Michelle co-produces a brand new monthly show in my old ‘hood NDG over at Honey Mar…
 
So, full disclosure, we recorded this episode after recording our annual Sh!t Show over on Go Plug Yourself so Walter and I may have a had a few. This one gets a little wild. Also, the bar started getting a little rowdy as the show was recorded over the holidays, so deal with it. It’s a celebration! We’re also joined this episode by Vance Michel, T…
 
The greatest New Year’s podcasting tradition in Montreal continues with the latest installment of the Go Plug Yourself New Year’s Shit Show! This year we welcome comedians Inés Anaya, Daniel Carin and Vance Michel and professional wrestlers The Arsenal and The Green Phantom to have a few beers and reminisce about the year that was 2018. As always t…
 
Mike Carrozza is back in Montreal for the holidays and local comedy just got a little better for it. Mike left our fair city a little while ago for the green pastures of Toronto but he’s back to spend the most wonderful time of the year with Walter (and Mike’s family). Somehow, despite this being the first episode in a long time without an expressl…
 
The Great Sabatini may or may refer to a sex act, but that doesn’t matter. One of Montreal’s heaviest bands for the last 11 years, the boys of The Great Sabatini have just released their latest full length album “Goodbye Audio” and it’s full of the unpredictable and technical heaviness that they’ve become so well known for. Once we get going, boy d…
 
Loading …
Google login Twitter login Classic login