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Best Halifax podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Halifax podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Unreserved is the radio space for Indigenous community, culture, and conversation. Host Rosanna Deerchild takes you straight into Indigenous Canada, from Halifax to Haida Gwaii, from Shamattawa to Ottawa, introducing listeners to the storytellers, culture makers and community shakers from across the country.
 
LOL UR GAY is a gay comedy podcast with hosts Adam Myatt and Lisa Buchanan. Adam and Lisa, two comedians from Halifax, talk about jokes, being gay, and the glorious intersection of those two things. New episodes every third Friday! For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
The Upaya Dharma Podcast features Wednesday evening Dharma Talks and recordings from Upaya’s diverse array of programs. Our podcasts exemplify Upaya’s focus on socially engaged Buddhism, including prison work, end-of-life care, serving the homeless, training in socially engaged practices, peace & nonviolence, compassionate care training, and delivering healthcare in the Himalayas.
 
The Global Development Primer. The podcast about all issues in International Development Studies. Your host is Dr. Bob Huish, broadcasting from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. The podcast covers the basics of International Development, while featuring the work of researchers and practitioners from around the world. This is your podcast to learn more about International Development and to stay in touch with important global issues.
 
Halifax Is Burning : Interviews is a podcast that shines a spotlight on feature length conversations with musicians, artists, and interesting people from Canada's East Coast and beyond. Halifax Is Burning is a radio show dedicated to promoting the best in Atlantic Canadian music. Airing Tuesdays on CKDU 88.1FM in Halifax, NS at 6:30pm, the show was named Music Nova Scotia's Radio Program of the Year for the last five years and won the East Coast Music Award for Media Outlet of the Year in bo ...
 
George Savile, 1st Marquess of Halifax (11 November 1633 – 5 April 1695) was an English statesman, writer, and politician who sat in the House of Commons in 1660, and in the House of Lords after he was raised to the peerage in 1668. He's noted in history for his views on Charles II among others. This compilation covers a wide range of his views which are particularly telling, coming, as they do, from a man who was singularly positioned among the powers of the time, to make them. Prepare your ...
 
The What Happened to Holly Bartlett podcast is a 6-episode audio series that investigates the death of Holly Bartlett, a blind woman who was found clinging to life under Halifax’s MacKay Bridge in the early hours of March 27th, 2010. Police deemed her death an accident, but her family and friends have never accepted their theory. Investigative journalist Maggie Rahr hosts each 40-minute episode, determined to uncover what happened during Holly's final hours. Each segment, released concurrent ...
 
Welcome to Leaguel Counsel, a free flowing podcast largely covering all things Rugby League and occasionally touching on innocuous everyday stuff. The difference is this podcast looks at the “greatest game of all" from a global perspective and talks through the topics that you want to hear. The two hosts Richie Strettell and Jack Muir look at the most interesting Rugby League narratives every week and promise to try and stay on topic. Only things off limits are the player’s personal medical ...
 
Brand New View looks at life from different perspectives. Co-hosts Marc and Ben, who are based out of Halifax, Nova Scotia sit down and have conversations with self starters - those who have monetized their passion or have been able to find a career that is incredibly meaningful to them. Our hope is that telling the stories of these guests will provide some candid insight and advice for listeners that have similar aspirations. With so many different ways to make a living today, we want to of ...
 
Dr. AJ is a Halifax family physician and assistant professor at Dalhousie University’s faculty of medicine. Today she begins a regular column for The Chronicle Herald which will explore health care reform with the aim of engaging Nova Scotians in finding ways to improve individual and population health, provide satisfying and high-quality care and build thriving health-care networks.
 
A podcast born out of an all too familiar frustration; navigating life as an aspiring creative entrepreneur. How do you pay the bills? How do you grow? How did you maneuver through your city? Listen as Duane Jones, Terrence Taylor and Lauren Sears give you an uncensored look at their journey. Changing the Narrative shines a light on life as a creative and provides an open forum for conversation about various topics through their eyes.
 
Welcome family, friends, fans & foes. This is Talk ’N Wrestling. Join your host Casey Corbin. A life long pro wrestling fan and an acclaimed Canadian comedian. (The Comedy Network Presents: Casey Corbin Comedy Now Uncensored, CBC Halifax Comedy Fest, Just For Laughs) as he has guests in the NSN Studio doing what he loves the most...Talk ’N Wrestling!!!
 
Your boys Brian and Curtis talking Virginia Tech Football, recruiting, and related topics across College Football. We're two longtime Hokie fans that grew up together in Halifax, VA and now we both live in the 804. All music featured courtesy of Jason Long. Check out his album 'Exit Wounds' featured in our podcast on Spotify and Apple Music.
 
Welcome to the mysterious English seaside town of Whitby, where all the monsters and demons of old come to retire and live out the remainder of their spooky days and nights. There's a strange new landlady in town, opening a B&B by the harbour: a lady with a tall black beehive, nasty scars about her person and a very chequered past... An eight-part audio drama written by Paul Magrs (Doctor Who), and starring Anne Reid (Last Tango in Halifax)
 
Creative people can fashion something beautiful, something meaningful, out of nothing. A power like that deserves to be recognized and celebrated. On June 7th, 2018, the who’s who of marketing will be attending at Pier 21, in Halifax. It’s a time to look back at the brands we’ve built and campaigns we’ve brought to life, and to celebrate all the creativity that our provinces have to offer. The ICE Awards includes a professional development day as well as the big event: the ICE Awards Gala. I ...
 
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Bringing the program to a close, Roshi Joan Halifax, Natalie Goldberg, Clark Strand, and Sensei Kaz Tanahashi share their reflections and some exceptional work that was made over the weekend. Natalie Goldberg Natalie Goldberg is the author of fifteen books, including Writing Down the Bones, which has sold over one million copies and has been transl…
 
Your boys Curtis and Brian hit topics across the spectrum of Hokie Nation: 2021 recruiting trail news, new coaches showing out on Twitter, changes coming in defensive philosophy/scheme, Hokie players COVID-19 workouts, and weekday TV programming of yesteryear. So hit that play button and if you like what you hear subscribe on your favorite podcast …
 
How can we work with the neverending flow of thoughts, emotions, and sensations as they arise in the mind? Trudy Goodman Kornfield shares a meditation and words of wisdom around cultivating the ability to work with the thinking mind. Would you like to be part of the next generation of mindfulness meditation instructors? If so, we invite you to take…
 
To mark Beethoven's 250th anniversary, soprano Chen Reiss has released an album of rarely performed Beethoven arias called Immortal Beloved. She joins us live from her home in Vienna, and also performs a favourite aria by Handel. With arts organisations scrambling to reproduce their output online, we discuss the dilemmas of streaming works intended…
 
It's our second NB Trip Episode! We hit Grimross Brewing in Fredericton to speak with Ian Covey about the brewery, the taproom space, quality control, and the beer scene in NB. We were kind of in a state. Find Grimross Brewing on instagram. Seriously, go do it. Our amazing sponsor is Bishop's Cellar! They're so awesome! Spend your beer money there!…
 
Icelandic pianist Víkingur Ólafsson has a new album, Debussy – Rameau, exploring the music of two very different but complementary composers. He plays live from Reykjavik, exclusively for Front Row.Actor Jo Hartley - best known for her roles in Shane Meadows' This is England series - discusses her new TV drama, In My Skin, which is coming to BBC Th…
 
In our first Poetry Series talk, Natalie Goldberg shares stories and poems from the beginning of her writing and Zen practice including a poem called, “Orange Bowl.” She encourages us to give structure to our sitting and writing, and to let it come naturally, from the inside. “One of the best things you can do is sit outside or sit by the window an…
 
The panelists take questions from viewers about what other countries are doing in the face of the pandemic, what to expect in the weeks ahead, and why we should be venerating our nurses, doctors, grocery store workers, Uber Eats drivers, and anyone else who is on the front lines of this global crisis. This podcast is part of a special GDP Roadshow …
 
What makes for good policy during times of pandemics and other such emergencies when it comes to managing risk? How do we normalize risk, and how do we measure it? In this podcast, Kevin Quigley gets into the nuts and bolts of how policy makers approach risk, and how they should approach it during the pandemic. Kevin Quigley is the scholarly direct…
 
Quarantines are ancient methods of public health, and they come with ancient problems such as isolation, marginalization, and stigma. During the Spanish Flu pandemic, most of the world was already sick and poor by today's standards. In 2020 the world has never been more inequitable in terms of health and wealth outcomes. So what happens when quaran…
 
Dr. Alyson Kelvin's research couldn't be more vital and important. Her research team is preparing evaluations and clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine. But how do viruses and vaccines work? And how does this COVID-19 virus work? If you have 20 minutes, she'll take you through the details. You won't want to miss this excellent, factual, and crysta…
 
On this special GDP Roadshow podcast, Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed takes us into the details of pandemic planning, and how real life never "follows the plan". COVID-19 is Dr. Watson-Creed's 3rd outbreak. She takes us into the details of planning for disease outbreaks and coping with pandemics. Dr. Gaynor Watson-Creed is the acting Deputy Chief Medical O…
 
Disco legend Gloria Gaynor made headlines earlier this month when her TikTok video encouraging people to wash their hands to her hit I Will Survive went viral. She joins us from her home in South Carolina, to discuss winning a Grammy for her latest album Testimony, and how she's keeping busy in self-isolation. As galleries and art centres close the…
 
Well... there's a first time for everything. We got together remotely to chat about the beer scene and how things have changed in the last few weeks with the COVID-19 outbreak. It's probably not our best episode production-wise but we'll get there. Distance interviews are uncharted territory for the brewcast! See what breweries around NS are workin…
 
The bestselling children’s book series The Snow Spider has been adapted for TV by award-winning writer, poet and playwright Owen Sheers. It is a fantasy drama that follows nine-year-old Gwyn as he discovers his magical powers and his family connection to the Welsh myths of the Mabinogion. Owen tells us how he adapted a much-loved classic.Booker lon…
 
Issue # 132... The Road To WrestleMania Vol. 5The Road To WrestleMania continues here on NeverSleeps Network's TNWPod.This issue we discuss the best matches from Mania's 21 to 27. Join us as we go back and revisit Los Angeles, Chicago, Detroit and more. We begin to see why HBK is Mr. WrestleMania. We see Big Show and Mick Foley having great matches…
 
Singer and fiddle player Eliza Carthy, daughter of folk doyens Norma Waterson and Martin Carthy, is known as a folk musician but, while being steeped in traditional music, she has wide musical horizons. Her new album Through that Sound (My Secret was Made Known) is a collection of her own songs. It’s a collaboration with musician and producer Ben S…
 
Poet Laureate Simon Armitage talks about his new poetry collection Magnetic Field: the Marsden Poems, which is inspired by the West Yorkshire village he grew up in.As classical musicians struggle to cope with the loss of their income due to the cancellation of all concerts, Samira is joined by music critic Anna Picard, Deborah Annetts of the Incorp…
 
Front Row has announced Valeria Luiselli the winner of the 2020 Rathbones Folio book prize for her novel Lost Children Archive and John Wilson speaks live to Valeria from her home in New York. This Tuesday sees the UK launch of Disney+, the new television streaming service from the second largest media company in the world. As well as all their cla…
 
Since when did grocery stores in Global North start selling mortgages, credit cards & loyalty programs? For Dr. Ryan Isakson, it's a telling example of how financialization, meaning how corporations increase their influence in our lives, is ever increasing. So too, is it occurring in the Global South, even with small-scale farmers in rural Guatemal…
 
John Paul Lederach, speaking from long experience in conflict mediation, recalls and appreciates the inevitable connectedness of every enemy, as well as the need and willingness for risk when engaging in acts of trust. He expresses a heartfelt reminder to “stay in touch.” John Paul Lederach, PhD As Senior Fellow at Humanity United, Dr. Lederach dra…
 
It was a call from Dame Esther Rantzen for choirmaster Gareth Malone to bring the nation together under his metaphorical baton that has inspired Gareth’s latest choral idea – The Great British Home Chorus. He talks to Katie about the challenge of creating a virtual choir from amateurs and professionals at a time when we are all being told to keep o…
 
Author Duncan Ryūken Williams and Joseph Bobrow look at what the struggle of Japanese Americans during World War II can teach us about how community and faith can offer liberation during difficult times. Duncan Ryūken Williams was born in Tokyo, Japan to a Japanese mother and British father. He has earned a Ph.D. in Religion from Harvard University…
 
Actor and screenwriter Lennie James talks about the return of his award-winning Sky drama Save Me, in which he plays a father trying to rescue his daughter from a sex trafficking ring. In the new series Save Me Too, he finds someone who may hold the key to her location. Writer and comedian Rob Auton performs live and talks about finding inspiration…
 
Issue # 21...The Comedians of Halifax featuring Travis Lindsay, Andrew Vaughn and Ryan Fried. Just the other night, former guest and friend of the show, Halifax comedian Andrew Vaughn aka The Big Cat passed away peacefully in his sleep. Word is when the 4 Horsemen showed up, The Big Cat asked them for their autographs. He loved comedy and wrestling…
 
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