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From the viral Instagram account @CommentsByCelebs comes the much awaited Comments By Celebs Podcast. Emma Diamond & Julie Kramer, the creative minds behind the account and self-proclaimed celeb experts, talk all things pop culture. Having a hard time keeping up with your favorite stars? They’re here to keep you informed. On Monday, Emma and Julie do a general pop-culture breakdown of everything that transpired in the last week. They come prepared with the facts, timelines, and analytical di ...
 
Perspective on CPAC examines world events that matter to Canadians. With dispatches from the field and expert analysis, our guests break down complex global issues and shed light on Canada’s role on the international stage. Alison Smith is one of Canada’s best known and respected broadcast journalists. As an anchor and reporter for more than three decades, she was a senior award-winning member of the CBC News team. She has reported from every Canadian province and territory and across the gl ...
 
Silvio Berlusconi was a charismatic multi-millionaire real-estate mogul who upended the Italian political order and hypnotized an entire nation. He was one of the longest-serving prime ministers of one of the world’s wealthiest countries, until he was brought down by three powerful women - and two words: “Bunga Bunga.” From Wondery, the makers of Dirty John and The Shrink Next Door, and hosted by comedian Whitney Cummings, “Bunga Bunga” is an eight part series on the incredible true story of ...
 
Every week Beaverton editor-in-chief Luke Gordon Field assembles some of the country's best comedians and writers to talk, mock and riff their way through the news of the week. Then he puts their knowledge to the test in a very important quiz where the winner gets absolute nothing. Part panel show, part interview, the Beaverton Weekly Report is an hilarious look at what's going on in the world around us. It'll be just like watching CNN, only funnier and with fewer erectile dysfunction ads.
 
Covert Contact covers the key national security, intelligence, and technology stories that are shaping our world. Covert Contact is hosted by Blogs of War creator John W. Little. His work and analysis has been featured on the BBC, CNN, CBC, ABC (Australia), PBS Newshour, Fast Company, CBS, and other international media outlets. The Blogs of War Twitter feed, @Blogsofwar, was selected as one of the top Twitter accounts of 2014 by Time magazine.
 
Covert Contact covers the key national security, intelligence, and technology stories that are shaping our world. Covert Contact is hosted by Blogs of War creator John W. Little. His work and analysis has been featured on the BBC, CNN, CBC, ABC (Australia), PBS Newshour, Fast Company, CBS, and other international media outlets. The Blogs of War Twitter feed, @Blogsofwar, was selected as one of the top Twitter accounts of 2014 by Time magazine.
 
VSP is the new podcast being launched by old (well, “veteran” anyway) Canadian comedian Steve Patterson. Comedy fans around the world know Steve Patterson as an award-winning stand-up comedian and the host of The Debaters on CBC Radio. With VSP, Steve aims to bring laughter and learning through interviews with experts who are actual experts and comedians who are actually funny. The weekly podcast begins with a monologue of the week’s events put together by Steve and some of his funniest come ...
 
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First, Dana talks to NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci about the impact Johnson and Johnson’s single-shot vaccine will have on coronavirus in the United States. Then, Dana pushes White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki on President Biden’s decision not to directly punish the Saudi Crown Prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Next, Dana a…
 
Love it or hate it, technology rules the world. Our social systems and values are bent out of shape by innovative technology. Ideas we used to hold dear like privacy are suddenly negotiable in the online world and tech companies set the rules with governments struggling to catch up. So is it possible to regain control of your data and can governmen…
 
On this week’s show: New Brunswick Health Minister Dorothy Shephard outlines her province’s vaccine preparations and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson talks about his city’s plans to get a head start on inoculations. Plus: Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault looks at what Australia’s battle with tech giants means for Canada’s own regulatory efforts, and clea…
 
*timestamps subject to change* Today is an absolutely STACKED episode you guys. Jersey ~ 02:30 Emma and Isabel begin with the second episode of RHONJ, which gets into the aftermath of Jackie and Teresa’s blow-up fight, Teresa wanting to get back at Jackie, Dolores’ relationship with David, the women heading to Lake George for a girls trip, and so m…
 
While some characterize cannabis dispensaries on First Nations as the "black market" there are those who hope that Indigenous entrepreneurs will have their own corner of the pot business - what some are calling the "red market". CBC reporter Erik White brings us that story; Researchers are looking into reports that Canadian butter has gotten harder…
 
On Sunday, Hollywood will celebrate the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards. The event is considered influential, even as it is dogged by persistent jokes that it's out of touch, and even corrupt. When this year's nominations were announced, many were puzzled that the fluffy Netflix series Emily in Paris received two nods, while the critically acclaime…
 
This week we brought you stories of people using the old art of letter-writing to stay in touch in the pandemic, including Brian Barnes, who wrote 300 letters to his wife Joanne in her locked-down care home. Those stories prompted listeners to share their own. We hear your tales of embracing slow correspondence.…
 
After weeks of civil unrest, violence, and refusals to back down, Myanmar is facing some of its largest protests to date. We talk to Aye Min Thant, a reporter in Myanmar covering the protests; Kyaw Win, founder and executive director of the Burma Human Rights Network; and Damien Kingsbury, who led the Australian election-observer mission to Myanmar…
 
Agnès Callamard, the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, released a scathing report this week on Iran's shooting down of Flight PS752. She calls into question who made what decisions, and when, and tells Matt Galloway the Canadian government has been "too passive" in the fight for answers.…
 
While there is growing awareness about modern slavery and people trafficking around the world, numbers are still rising. Under the Modern Slavery Act, businesses are required to assess the risk of slavery in their operations – down the complete supply chain. On Big Ideas, an expert panel will discuss how policy, advocacy and practise has evolved in…
 
New Brunswick is second only to British Columbia for the highest prevalence of injection drug use in the country. Pediatrician Dr. Sarah Gander talks about the rising rates of opioid-related overdoses, solutions being brought forward, and what more can be done here in NB.
 
Lou Petrie is one of the owners of ECHO Hair Studio in Kingston. She talks about what it's like as customers finally have get a chance to get their done; Is Canada on the verge of a third wave in the pandemic? How serious could it be? Epidemiologist Cynthia Carr says a lot depends how we handle it; Our Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley outlines th…
 
In our latest instalment of Canada's Road Ahead, we hear from people in Sudbury, Ont., who are helping those experiencing homelessness during a harsh pandemic winter, and looking for lasting solutions. Denise Sandul works with Street Outreach Sudbury, and has been working with people affected by the opioid crisis, after her son died last year. And …
 
In the conclusion to our series on treating mental illness with psychedelic drugs, Dr. Bruce Tobin discusses his work on anxiety and psilocybin, which is found in magic mushrooms. We hear from Mona Strelaeff, who says she finally found relief through psychotherapy done with psilocybin. But while studies into psychedelics show promise, robust resear…
 
Canada's vote to call China's treatment of Uyghurs a genocide exposes an online wave of China apologists on the far left. And the New York Times brings back Cortland Cronk in an attempt to prove that Canadians are actually not very nice. Author and retired journalist Jan Wong co-hosts. This episode is brought to you by The Rotman School of Manageme…
 
This episode centers around Khloé dealing with her breakup with Rashad McCants and the press surrounding it - especially when he admits he was only with her for the publicity. This leads her down a path of exploring other men, including her friend and singer, Omarion. Omarion is interesting in taking it a step further, but Khloé is unsure. Emma and…
 
What is progress, and true sustainability? Can the rational be separated from the spiritual? What can we learn from indigenous knowledge? Paul Barclay speaks to Tyson Yunkaporta, author of "Sand Talk", which provides an entree into indigenous thinking, and an insight into how this knowledge is formed and passed on. "Yarning", according to Tyson, is…
 
Health Minister Dorothy Shephard released the province's five year addiction and mental health plan yesterday.Julia Woodhall-Melnik is an assistant professor and director of the laboratory for housing and mental health at UNB Saint John.
 
Ottawa University law professor Chidi Oguamanam discusses the legal and ethical implications of offering 'vaccine certificates' allowing greater freedom to those who are inoculated; Georgian College will be hosting a virtual panel discussion is called "The Black Experience: Past, Present and Future". Liberal Arts professor Clement Bamikole tells us…
 
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