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Best cbc podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best cbc podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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On the Ledge is a weekly CBC podcast that makes Saskatchewan politics personal. Each week, host Adam Hunter will talk to the people behind the stories. The podcast will touch on the big headlines and take you behind the scenes at the Saskatchewan legislature.
 
Our Mission:"We exist to reflect the glory of God in all of life by making disciples of all nations to worship Jesus for all time."Our Vision:"We desire to see the city of Corpus Christi restored physically and spiritually by the redeeming power of the Gospel."There’s a place for you at CBC Corpus!
 
Wiretap on CBC Radio, the unofficial podcast http://www.cbc.ca/wiretap Do you want Wiretap to be available in an official podcast form? Then write to the CBC and tell them. http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/contactus.html Questions? Complaints? Please contact me: chalmers2006@gmail.com. Grab all of the shows from http://www.supernintendochalmers.net/wiretap/
 
Q is your window to cultural affairs, arts & entertainment. Think of it as a portal into the people and ideas that shape the cultural landscape. Q is broadcast across North America and around the world on radio, television and online. You can listen, watch or interact with all our content at www.cbc.ca/q, CBC Television: Sundays at 3pm & Thursday nights at 1:00am, Syndicated on Television across the United States, CBC Radio One: Monday to Friday, 10am and 10pm Sirius XM: Channel 169, U.S. Ra ...
 
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
 
Welcome to the weekly podcast of Community Bible Church in Savannah, Georgia where our mission is to equip people to passionately follow Jesus Christ so that they love and impact their homes, their communities, and the world. Join us here for expository style teaching as we explore and apply God's truth revealed to us through scripture.
 
It launched in June 2005 as one of the world's first music podcasts and has been called ‘Canada’s top podcast’ by Spin Magazine and ‘Canada’s most important podcast’ by Exclaim! magazine. This one-hour show features the best in new Canadian rock, pop, hip-hop, singer-songwriters, alt-country, and electronica. If you're looking for a source of amazing new music, look no further.
 
PYC is how insiders say Pyeong Chang, home of the 2018 Olympics. PYC Podcast gets ultimate insiders to swap their stories, strategies and knowledge about the games. Olympian downhiller turned broadcaster Kelly Vanderbeek hosts the almost daily discussion.
 
Rewatchability is a comedic pop-culture nostalgia podcast hosted by J.M. McNab, Rob LaRonde, and Blain Watters. It is produced independently in Toronto, ON. The show began in the summer of 2011. In 2012 it was profiled by The A.V. Club and in 2015 our podcast appeared on CBC Radio’s Podcast Playlist. The aim of the show is to re-watch movies and television shows from when we were younger, and review them in an interesting and hopefully humourous way. Hopefully. Rewatchability contains coarse ...
 
Each week, Off Guard explores one idea from the world of sports in three unconventional ways. Host Perdita Felicien eases fellow athletes into frank and funny discussion. Pete Mahovlich and Bob Cole savour Hockey Night nostalgia. Coach and Dad, Jamie Strashin packs a minivan full of stories about families at play. As Maple As features iconic sports broadcaster Ron MacLean who talks with Canadian Olympians exploring what it means to be Canadian on the world stage and how they celebrate the "m ...
 
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.
 
Join former CBC Maritime Noon Host Costas Halavrezos as he interviews the Atlantic Canadians who create the books you love to read. From established, award-winning authors, illustrators, and photographers to the lesser known up-and-comers and other key book contributors delve into the beautiful, mysterious world of books... and discover the passion that fuels it.
 
Welcome to the trainings podcast of Community Bible Church in Savannah, Georgia where our mission is to equip people to passionately follow Jesus Christ so that they love and impact their homes, their communities, and the world. Join us here as we explore and apply God's truth revealed to us through scripture.
 
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On today's show: what the projected number of COVID-19 cases in Alberta means in the short term and the long run; we find out about clinical trials happening in Canada for an experimental COVID-19 treatment; our business commentator Deborah Yedlin on Premier Kenney's dire predictions for the future; B.C. politicians are asking to close the border w…
 
In tribute to the late John Prine, we revisit our 2018 conversation with the celebrated singer-songwriter about his final record, The Tree of Forgiveness. Emmy-winning screenwriter Alan Yang talks about turning his father's immigration story into his first feature film, Tigertail, which comes out on Netflix on April 10. Emmy and Golden Globe-winnin…
 
Marissa Lennox of CARP, the Canadian Association for Retired Persons talks about what is involved when considering removing an elderly family member from a long-term care residence; Lee McDonald, the CEO of Southmedic in Barrie tells us how the company has scaled up its production to produce oxygen masks and splash shields; A team of Canadian scien…
 
Gaby Dunn joins us from her self-isolation bubble in Los Angeles to share how's she coping and what podcasts are keeping her company right now. Featuring: Bad with Money, Dating Straight, Scam Goddess and The Bechdel Cast. For more podcast recommendations visit: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/podcastplaylist…
 
We look at the unprecedented collaborative efforts to find a treatment for COVID-19, including a Canadian clinical trial hoping blood plasma from the recovered can help those still sick, and a medical student volunteering to test a vaccine. Plus, are you worried about money amid the pandemic? Personal finance author Lesley-Anne Scorgie and Carleton…
 
If travel restrictions remain in place, that might stop seasonal agricultural workers reaching Canada this summer — and cause problems for farmers, and perhaps the food supply. The pandemic has come with a massive amount of data, but how can you make sense of the numbers, and how do you know what to trust? Statistician and host of the Risky Talk po…
 
The influenza outbreak of 1918 was the deadliest pandemic in recent history, killing an estimated 50 million to 100 million people aroundthe world. And it bears some striking similarities to the COVID-19 pandemic.Today, Laura Spinney, science journalist and author of Pale Rider: The Spanish Flu of 1918 and How It Changed the World, talks about what…
 
Self-isolation and physical distancing are straightforward public health orders for most Canadians, but it's a near-impossible challenge for people without adequate housing. That's clear in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside, a dense neighbourhood with a large population of homeless people, who are now at risk of COVID-19. But the challenges don't stop …
 
On today's show: we speak with an emergency room nurse who's borrowed an RV in order to keep her family safe; a plea for help from Canada's oil and gas industry; Canada's top doctor now says non-medical grade masks can help stop the spread of COVID-19. Our house doctor, Raj Bhardwaj, tells us what's driving the change about face masks in public; ou…
 
Ashleigh Tuite is an epidemiologist, math modeller and assistant professor at the University of Toronto's Dalla Lana School of Public Health explains how they came up with the estimates for the potential risks to the population of Ontario from COVID-19; Andy Cragg of the New Canadians Centre in Peterborough tells us about what kind of support their…
 
Schitt's Creek creator and star Dan Levy talks about the show’s series finale, its impact, and the importance of making art based in kindness and respect. Rhiannon Giddens discusses her joint initiative with musician Amanda Palmer and author Neil Gaiman: a website that connects artists with resources and donors, called Art Is Alive. Singer-songwrit…
 
After a tiger in New York was diagnosed with COVID-19, there are concerns the virus could wreak havoc if it spreads to wild ape populations, and perhaps even destroy an already endangered species. We discuss the risks.Then, retired Lt.-Gen. Romeo Dallaire thinks we need to adjust our mindset about the pandemic, and has a message of support for heal…
 
Then, the focus on fighting COVID-19 means people with other serious conditions are having to wait longer for important care. We hear from patients in limbo.Plus, could the pandemic offer lessons in how we fight climate change? Dr. Courtney Howard discusses how the unprecedented action to curb the virus could be used to help the environment. Also, …
 
On today's show: city council meets today to discuss how it could help struggling businesses in this city. We talk to Mayor Nenshi about the options on the table; we talk to a journalist in Sweden about why that country is taking such a relaxed approach to COVID-19; we hear how a longtime Banff restaurant is feeding local seniors; the Eyeopener’s “…
 
Dan Kraus a biologist with The Nature Conservancy of Canada explains how other species are responding as we humans contend with the coronavirus pandemic; Joanne Borris, the Housing Program Administrator with the city of Kingston explains how they are repurposing some buildings to allow safe distancing for those in need of shelter; Anita Kothari stu…
 
Canadian musician Martha Wainwright talks about her collaboration with the festival POP Montreal to launch a series of balcony singalongs. Canadian comedy couple Matt O’Brien and Julia Hladkowicz fill us in on their wild journey, road tripping from Los Angeles to their home in rural Quebec where they’re currently in self-quarantine. Industrial desi…
 
We discuss calls for the federal government to release projections of how bad the COVID-19 pandemic could get. How might projections affect public behaviour and compliance with measures to slow the spread?Then, how are different countries dealing with the virus? We're comparing strategies in India, Sweden and South Korea.And amid the pandemic, some…
 
Author Mark O’Connell has met Doomsday Preppers all over the world; what did they teach him about the end of the world?Plus, your 3-year-old may be feeling anxious, but unable to tell you about it. We talk to a researcher who specializes in disaster resiliency about how to recognize a kid in trouble, and how to help. Then we talk to Paul Salopek, w…
 
Chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine - two drugs touted by U.S. President Donald Trump, who says they could be game changing treatments for COVID-19. But around the world health experts have tried to temper expectations for these medications. Today, on Front Burner, we talk to infectious disease specialist, Dr. Isaac Bogoch about these drugs and the …
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has Canadians spending more time than ever indoors. Even though life seems to have slowed down, hints of spring are beginning to pop up all across the country. This week on Unreserved, from outdoor survival classes being offered online, to finding hints of nature in Canada’s biggest city, finding signs of hope in the signs of …
 
Kevin Howe is a berry and vegetable grower from Aylmer. And although thousands of migrant workers will be allowed into Canada, there is still concern about a labour shortage; Many birds have begun their spring migration. Brendon Samuels, a PhD student at Western University explains how we can help to prevent bird strikes; Dr. Camille Lemieux helped…
 
Canadian singer-songwriter Rufus Wainwright talks about his new pop album, Unfollow The Rules, and explains how he's been able to translate the electricity of his live shows for a digital audience during the pandemic. Visual artist Liza Lou fills us in on her new community art project, which encourages people to join her in weaving quilts out of ho…
 
Non-medical frontline workers share how they’re being affected by COVID-19, what supports they need — and what physical distancing means for them. What’s it like in Italy one month into lockdown? CBC’s Megan Williams brings us the latest from Rome, and we hear from an ICU doctor on the frontlines of the battle against the coronavirus.Looking for a …
 
Some would say that living through the #COVID19 pandemic is sort of like living in the early chapters of one of Daniel Kalla’s novels. The ER doctor and novelist tells us how his fiction books are starting to look a lot more like reality.Have you seen posts claiming that you can make an N95 mask out of a bra, or that gargling salt water will help p…
 
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has admitted that things are not looking good for the province, saying, “right now, today, there is very little separating what we will face here in Ontario from the devastation we’ve seen in Italy and Spain." He’s right to be concerned: the number of patients in Ontario’s ICU beds is doubling every four days. And accordin…
 
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