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Join your new best friends, Saleh Al Braik, Shehlaa Ali, and Hassan Al Marashi, in conversations about everyday life and laugh about things that make you want to scream! Making up a Middle Eastern cocktail, these three friends have global perspectives and chat about whatever's on their minds. Views our own.
 
Is Laughter the best medicine? We attempt to answer this and other pressing questions in Doctor Vs Comedian. Dr Asif Doja is a pediatric neurologist and Ali Hassan is a stand up comedian and actor (CBC's Laugh Out Loud, Designated Survivor, Goon) who are each fascinated by what the other one does. In each episode, Asif picks a topic for Ali from comedy and entertainment and questions Ali about it. Then Ali picks a topic from medicine and health and grills Asif on that subject. We talk about ...
 
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Time to delve on the journey to success with accompanying stories to put into perspective just how interesting and weird the world we live in is. The show where we pair motivational perspective with intriguing tales. All you need to do is join me with a cuppa', and get ready to endeavour on this road to greatness through the eyes of a lad in his twenties whose imagination knows no bounds...
 
High School Sucked, or did it?! Comedians Darcy Michael & Jane Stanton spill the tea and dish the prepubescent dirt on those awkward High School Years. Were they the best years of our lives? Does it actually get better? Join us with a new guest each week as we relive the "glory" days of high school. Season One guests include Jon Dore, Debra DiGiovanni, Brent Butt, Ivan Decker and more! Featuring Journal entry readings, interviews with exes and far too many opinions.
 
Stephen Hays is a recovering addict, living with type-1 bipolar disorder. He spent years living in addiction, and with untreated mental illness while he went from West Point graduate, to Wall Street Banker to nearly taking his own life when he hit bottom. On this show you will hear stories of addiction, mental illness, recovery, hope, and wellness. You will also hear from clinicians, experts, doctors, entrepreneurs and others who are trying to lead other people to wellness. We would love to ...
 
Whether you’re a super fan of Food Network or a super foodie you’re going to want to hear this! Each week on Food Network Obsessed, host Jaymee Sire sits down with our favorite Food Network stars, chefs and hosts dishing on all things delicious in the food world and pulling back the curtain for a behind the scenes taste of the network’s hottest shows. From taste-making trends to fiery foodie feuds, nothing’s off the menu.
 
Sarde (noun), [Sa-r-de]: A colloquial term used in the Middle East to describe the act of letting go & kicking off a stream of consciousness and a rambling narrative. The Sarde After Dinner Podcast is a free space based out of the heart of Beirut, Lebanon, where Médéa Azouri & Mouin Jaber discuss a wide range of topics (usually) held behind closed doors in an open and simple way with guests from all walks of life. Have a Sarde every Sunday with new episodes released weekly at 8:00 PM GMT + 3
 
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It’s a heatwave episode! Listen as Jane and Darcy slip into heat induced delusions but stay for CBC’s darling and one of the best drinking buddies you could ask for: Ali Hassan! Ali joins us to gossip about his fascinating life from growing up in Montreal to his life now as a father, comedian, actor, author and occasional soccer fan. Trigger warnin…
 
Somali cook and food journalist Hawa Hassan shares the importance of stories and the inspiration behind her award-winning cookbook. This week on Food Network Obsessed, Hawa Hassan talks to host Jaymee Sire about how her Somali roots have shaped her food perspective and the path she planned to get to where she is today. Hawa shares the process of de…
 
Ted Lasso star Nick Mohammed explains why in an era of gritty storytelling and anti-heroes, true subversion is about making your audience smile. Music manager and Creation Records founder Alan McGee discusses his career in music and his new biopic, Creation Stories. Queer Eye's food and drink expert Antoni Porowski dishes on food, fame, and what it…
 
On today’s episode the guys first off start talking about last week’s Emmy nominations, including the surprises and snubs (00:54). Then Asif asks Ali about his thoughts on ‘Ted Lasso’ (5:16). The guys talk about the development of the show and praise the performances of the cast, particularly Jason Sudeikis and Hannah Waddingham. They then talk abo…
 
Joining us from Nova Scotia is Canadian Icon, comedic legend and the man that raised half a generation: Jonathan Torrens! We talk every from his childhood, to early fame on Street Cents to Trailer Park Boys to Toes Toes Toes. Also, we make a fun announcement about more content! Follow Jonathan on twitter https://twitter.com/TorrensJonathan Follow u…
 
Alice Cooper talks about returning to his Motor City roots with Detroit Stories, an album inspired by the Detroit hard rock scene of the late '60s and early '70s. Guitarist Wayne Kramer of the MC5 reveals the secrets of one of rock 'n' roll's most enduring anthems, Kick Out The Jams. Animator Domee Shi discusses her Oscar-winning Pixar short, Bao, …
 
Comedian Cassie Cao, who's performed stand-up more than 300 times across Canada and written for Kim's Convenience, shares how it feels to finally get back to the stage at the Just For Laughs festival after a long, not-so-funny year. Drummer Bill Stevenson of Descendents talks about the band's punk rock origins and their new album, 9th & Walnut — a …
 
You can’t fix what you don’t measure. Measurement and testing of our mental health lags the same capabilities in physical health care. Dr. Nick Allen, our guest today, is building a mental health measurement solution for clinical use. Today we talk to him about the challenges, and opportunity for his startup, Ksana Health. Nick is leveraging the to…
 
On this episode Saleh, Shehlaa, and Hassan are back from their mid-season break! With the summer heat testing everyone's patience, the friends discuss what kind of person they become during the sweltering season. They also chat about thing opening up more and the world going back to "normal" - are we all ready for it? See what the co-hosts have to …
 
Indie rocker Lucy Dacus discusses her highly anticipated third studio album, Home Video — a memoir of her coming-of-age in Richmond, Va., unrequited love, hard truths and church. Actor Alicia Vikander tells us why she wanted to be a part of The Green Knight, a medieval fantasy film based on the classic 14th century poem Sir Gawain and the Green Kni…
 
Barenaked Ladies frontman Ed Robertson talks about the band's newly released 16th studio album, Detour de Force, and why he still worries when he makes a new record. On this week's screen panel, Teri Hart and John Semley discuss how late-night talk shows are adapting to the post-lockdown landscape, and share their reviews of HBO's much buzzed about…
 
In this Sarde with Writer, Director, Actress, and Activist Nadine Labaki, we discussed the following: - The duality that comes with telling tragic stories & leading normal lives afterwards - The creative process behind Nadine’s work and Lebanese Cinema Industry - Armchair criticism and impossible standards - The Thawra Slaughterhouse “No one is pur…
 
This week, chef Michael Symon chats with Jaymee about his culinary career in Cleveland and how the food scene has evolved over the past two decades. He talks about how the various European influences of his childhood shaped him as a chef and the first thing he learned to make. Michael explains his “meat-centric” style of cooking, why pork is his fa…
 
On this week's Q This music panel, A. Harmony and Lisa Christiansen discuss two new documentaries, Summer of Soul and Woodstock 99, and the importance of the music festivals that inspired them. Gospel singer Mavis Staples explains why she feels she still has a lot of work to do when it comes to speaking out against bigotry in America. Musician Tom …
 
On today’s episode, the guys start off by reminiscing about the career of the acclaimed director Richard Donner (1:07). They talk about his classic films including ‘Superman’, ‘The Goonies’, ‘Scrooged’, ‘Lethal Weapon’, as well as the not so classic ‘16 Blocks’ (featuring a classically bad vocal choice by Mos Def). Then Asif asks Ali about his thou…
 
From Amazon’s Upload, we have wonderful comedian & Actress Zainab Johnson joining the gang from LA this week. And what a ride it is, we cover life growing up in New York with 12 siblings to living large in LA. Follow Zainab on instagram:https://www.instagram.com/zainabjohnson/?hl=en Watch FULL episodes here: https://www.youtube.com/darcymichaelcome…
 
Actor Danny Trejo discusses his new memoir, Trejo: My Life of Crime, Redemption, and Hollywood, in which he opens up about surviving incarceration, finding sobriety, helping others and landing his first big film role. Television writer Joshua Safran, the co-creator of HBO Max's Gossip Girl reboot, talks about reviving the 2000s show for a new decad…
 
Musician Gary Kemp, a founding member of the '80s powerhouse group Spandau Ballet, talks about his first solo album in 25 years, which sees him reflect on his youth and how it connects to the person he is today. NASA robotics technologist Brendan Chamberlain-Simon (also known as Proud Father), discusses how he turned his career dread into a new alb…
 
Actor Maitreyi Ramakrishnan talks about her transformation from Mississauga, Ont., high school student to the star of Netflix's hit series Never Have I Ever. Singer-songwriter Chet Faker discusses his latest album, Hotel Surrender, and explains why he retired his alias for five years to release music under his birth name, Nick Murphy. Singer-songwr…
 
Actor Lena Headey discusses her latest film, Gunpowder Milkshake, and how she really felt about Game of Thrones's controversial ending. Three former die-hard Spice Girls fans reflect on the group's debut album, diving into its fun, empowering and downright problematic sides. Bruce Lee's daughter, Shannon Lee, tells us why she wanted to show a diffe…
 
Host Jaymee Sire chats with the dynamic brother-chef duo, Bryan and Michael Voltaggio, about growing up together, focusing on similar career paths, and their new show, Battle of the Brothers. The brothers share their experiences growing up with a healthy sibling rivalry and their first experience in the kitchen together at a Holiday Inn with Bryan …
 
Singer-songwriter and guitarist Cedric Burnside discusses his new album, I Be Trying, and what it was like playing drums on tour with his grandfather (Mississippi blues legend R. L. Burnside) from the age of 13. Filmmaker and screenwriter Evan Goldberg reflects on a long career of making people laugh through films like Superbad and Pineapple Expres…
 
On today’s episode, Ali updates us on his filming of Hudson and Rex in Newfoundland (00:54).Then Asif asks Ali about his thoughts on Bo Burnham’s new netflix special ‘Inside’ (3:56). The guys talk about Bo Burnham’s rise to fame via the internet and the response to his special, both good and bad. They compare the response to the special to Hannah G…
 
In this Sarde with Carlos Ghosn, we discussed with him the following - His legacy with the Alliance between Nissan, Renault & Mitsubishi - Why he believes countries banded together to bring him down - His notorious arrest and the accusations that followed including Versailles - A detailed breakdown of his escape, the box and his newfound freedom - …
 
If there was ever an episode to not listen with your grandmother in the room, this is likely the one. The gals are joined by Comedian Steph Tolev to talk about everything. And by everything, we mean everything. It’s a no holds barred episode featuring so much sex, drugs and rock n roll we all finished hornier than we started. Follow Steph on instag…
 
With the release of the 20th anniversary edition of her bestselling cookbook LaBelle Cuisine: Recipes to Sing About, legendary singer Patti LaBelle dishes on her decades-long legacy of making comfort food and soul music. Nlaka'pamux and Irish Canadian playwright Tara Beagan tells us why she believes the Toronto Catholic District School Board censor…
 
Dr. Anthony Hassan, President and CEO of the Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) joins us today. CVN is a network of 25 non-profit mental health clinics providing care to veterans and their families. The facilities are located in or around historically dense veteran and active duty military communities. Dr. Hassan is a veteran of the United States Army an…
 
Director Nicole Dorsey tells us what inspired her debut feature film Black Conflux — a coming-of-age story that takes a grim and nuanced look at toxic masculinity. Our fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert unpacks how Crocs transformed its brand, explaining how the quirky-but-comfortable clogs went from ugly footwear trend to must-have pandem…
 
Singer Shirley Manson of Garbage discusses the band's politically charged seventh album, No Gods No Masters, and how she feels about inspiring a new generation of female pop stars. Acclaimed actor and director Jodie Foster talks about her latest film, The Mauritanian, and how it fits into a career full of roles that involve fighting for justice. Ca…
 
Grammy-nominated folk artist Mary Gauthier opens up about her new book, Saved by a Song: The Art and Healing Power of Songwriting, and shares how hitting rock bottom inspired her to start writing music. Author Rumaan Alam talks about capturing the existential dread of 2020 in his bestselling novel, Leave the World Behind, despite writing the story …
 
In this Sarde with Musician, Philosophy Teacher & dear friend Rabih Salloum, we discussed the following: - Our absurd lives in Lebanon - Is there a difference between adaptation and acceptance of the new reality - Cancel culture & keyboard warriors - The Dangers of pop philosophy/psychology - Manichaeism: The binary existence of good & bad - Mankin…
 
This week, the answers to all your July 4th food questions on a special Snack Break episode. Jaymee is joined by Ginevra Iverson, Director of Food Network’s Culinary Test Kitchen, to give you the best grill tips, tricks for grilling everything from the best burgers, crispy fish, and exciting veggie and fruit options in the mix (grilled cabbage with…
 
On today’s episode, Ali joins us on location in Newfoundland, and talks about filming the television show 'Hudson and Rex' (00:50). Asif asks Ali about his thoughts on the new HBO show ‘Hacks’. They discuss the premise of the show (young writer coming up with jokes for an aging comedian), comedians getting jokes written for them, and aging comics. …
 
Canadian icon William Shatner opens up about aging, loneliness and what keeps him going at 90. Mohawk actor Kaniehtiio Horn tells us how the hit Canadian comedy series Letterkenny gets Indigenous representation right. Actor Manny Jacinto explains how his role on The Good Place subverts expectations of Asian characters on screen. Jazz pianist and si…
 
Director Janicza Bravo talks about turning a viral, stranger-than-fiction Tweet thread into the film Zola. Band leader Isaac Brock discusses Modest Mouse's seventh studio album, The Golden Casket. Souvankham Thammavongsa on her award-winning short story collection, How to Pronounce Knife. Karen Kain reflects on her career as principal dancer and ar…
 
Shawnee Kish celebrates her two-spirit identity on her self-titled debut EP. Kardinal Offishall and Toronto Raptors's DJ 4Korners want to Free The City with their pandemic-era drive-in concert series. Hear a preview of the CBC podcast This Place, hosted by Rosanna Deerchild, which goes over 150 years of Indigenous history. N.K. Jemisin talks about …
 
Today’s guest is Jon Kostakopoulos who was the first study participant in the NYU Psilocybin clinical trial. After years of struggling with alcoholism and after trying other options including in-patient programs, out-patient programs, AA, and pharmaceutical treatments, nothing was working for him. Finally, at age 25, Jon joined the clinical trial a…
 
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