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Raptors 905

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Step into the world of Canadian basketball's favourite G-League team, Raptors 905. Join hosts, Savanna Hamilton and Selena Singh as they take a deep dive into the players and personnel of the 2019-2020 G-League Franchise of the Year. We’ll hear about triumph and heartache, the team’s strong bond with the Toronto Raptors, and the dedication and talent within 905 that has grown some of the best players in the NBA. #RoadtotheSix
 
Two young leaders just keeping it real & working to be better. Relatable leadership podcast - focused on expanding up-and-coming leaders’ knowledge by promoting self-awareness, personal growth, professional development, mentorship, diversity, inclusion, and career advancement. We have insightful conversations with each other, experienced leaders / experts, and our listeners. We're here to discuss real issues, learn from each other, grow in knowledge, and have a good time doing it! - We're al ...
 
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The Washington Post's Presidential podcast explores how each former American president reached office, made decisions, handled crises and redefined the role of commander-in-chief. It was released leading up to up to Election Day 2016, starting with George Washington in week one and ending on week 44 with the president-elect. New special episodes in the countdown to the 2020 presidential election highlight other stories from U.S. presidential history that can help illuminate our current momen ...
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
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Michael G Williams returns to discuss queer futures and queer joy as seen in his Servant/Sovereign and Autumn noir detective novels. We then review Wildhood and share who won our week. Media mentioned in this episode: SERVANT/SOVEREIGN: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0881J5BBZ New Life in Autumn: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0B1PJ8SYF Wil…
 
Da'Vine Joy Randolph talks about her new film, On the Come Up, and her own come up that saw her move from opera singer to scene-stealing actor. Dancer and choreographer Peggy Baker tells us about her decision to retire after 50 years of innovating contemporary dance in Canada, plus why she wanted to try something completely new with her final produ…
 
Rapper Black Thought of The Tonight Show's house band The Roots discusses Cheat Codes, his new solo album with producer Danger Mouse. Comedian Atsuko Okatsuka talks about her comedy journey, finding fame on TikTok and how she's feeling as she prepares to record her first HBO stand-up special. Drag queens Trixie and Katya talk about headlining this …
 
Musician Kenny Loggins talks about his new memoir, Still Alright, which shares the highs and lows of his five-decade career, ranging from the early days of Loggins and Messina to his favourite rock collaborations. Filmmaker Jason Loftus discusses his animated documentary Eternal Spring about a group of Chinese activists who risked their lives to ha…
 
Mark Silverman (author and coach) talks about having difficult conversations — Here’s what he’s learned after pulling back the curtain and telling his wife, co-workers, and sons he was gay.https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2022/09/having-difficult-conversationsYou don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanie…
 
The Breakfast Club's Anthony Michael Hall talks about revisiting John Hughes's '80s classic in his new movie, The Class, which sees him play the authoritarian principal instead of the nerd. Actor André Dae Kim tells us how his breakout role on Degrassi prepared him to star in another young adult institution, Vampire Academy. Artist Audie Murray dis…
 
You’ve heard them—popular misconceptions about ADHD that you just know have to be false. Yet enough people believe these ideas that some of them really do rise to the level of mythology. And frankly, some of them just piss us right off! Here’s the good news: you don’t have to wonder if they’re true or not anymore. We’ve located the research that de…
 
In this episode Dr. Jesse Benjamin returns to the podcast. Like our previous conversation with Jesse we’re connecting to talk about a recently released book by Walter Rodney, in this case it’s Decolonial Marxism: Essays From The Pan-African Revolution, which is a previously unpublished collection of Rodney’s essays on race, colonialism and Marxism.…
 
Montreal's Emily Hampshire talks about her latest film, The End of Sex, and her career journey from working as a child actor to starring on Schitt's Creek. Director Brett Morgen discusses his new David Bowie documentary, Moonage Daydream, and how he tapped into the artist's creative spirit after he had a heart attack while making the film. Our pane…
 
Comics artist Kate Beaton discusses her new graphic memoir, Ducks: Two Years in the Oil Sands, about her time working in Alberta's oil sands and her experiences there as one of the few women on the job. Filmmaker Chandler Levack talks about her journey from working at the Toronto International Film Festival to premiering her first feature film, I L…
 
Author Emma Donoghue tells us why she chose an inhospitable rock in the middle of the ocean as the setting for her new novel, Haven, and gives us a sneak peek into her latest book-to-film adaptation, The Wonder. Polaris Prize-winning musician Lido Pimienta talks about hosting a new variety show, Lido TV, where she interviews artists, talks with pup…
 
Jamie Wheal (Stealing Fire, Recapture the Rapture, Flow Genome Project) discusses altered states, flow, and how Navy SEALs accelerate learning.https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2022/09/jamie-wheal-altered-statesYou don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — including Navy …
 
Travis Good and Mike Belitsky of The Sadies talk about releasing the band's first album since the death of singer-guitarist Dallas Good. Director and actor Nandita Das discuses her latest film, Zwigato, and what inspired her to turn her lens on India's gig economy and the lives of food app delivery drivers. Our screen panellists Teri Hart and Kathl…
 
With ADHD we struggle with the financial and administrative stuff in our businesses and at work. Dana has a term for all this stuff: “the yuck.” Everyone’s list varies, but perhaps you’re familiar with some of the common items that tend to pile up: Filing tax returns and extensions Managing receipts Tracking expenses Invoicing and billing Tracking …
 
Director Reggie Hudlin talks about his new documentary, Sidney, which highlights how Sidney Poitier's legacy paved the way for Black actors and filmmakers today. Acclaimed sitar player Anoushka Shankar discusses her first live album in more than two decades, her life in music and what it's like having that famous family name. Our music panellists S…
 
Royal commentator Richard Fitzwilliams remembers Queen Elizabeth's legacy through the way she was portrayed in film, TV and art. Director Patricia Rozema discusses her work chairing the Toronto International Film Festival's Platform jury, a competitive programme that includes 10 contemporary filmmakers who've been selected because of their bold dir…
 
Acclaimed Cree folk musician Buffy Sainte-Marie looks back on her incredible life, legacy and why, at 81, she's still creating new art. Actor Kelly Marie Tran talks about playing Disney's first princess of Southeast Asian descent in the animated film Raya and the Last Dragon. Comedians Rodney Ramsey and Hannah Veldhoen weigh in on whether the futur…
 
For this episode we welcome Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad back to the podcast. This is our second conversation on The Withdrawal: Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, and the Fragility of U.S. Power (Part 1 is here) As we noted in our previous conversation we weren’t able to get to all of our questions in the first discussion, but Noam and Vijay were generou…
 
Author and playwright Tomson Highway talks about his new memoir, Permanent Astonishment, and shares how his childhood was "uniquely Canadian." Writer Saeed Teebi discusses his debut story collection, Her First Palestinian, which shines a light on the varied experiences of Palestinian Canadian characters navigating their way through life in their ne…
 
Having ADHD means you end up with stories to tell. They might not have seemed that unusual to us at the time, but in retrospect, some of these things just wouldn’t be likely to happen in the lives of more neurotypical people. Today, we’re telling on ourselves. We reach back into our childhoods and share ADHD-related tales from then to the present. …
 
Bill Shireman (In This Together, Future 500) discusses how to turn an enemy into an ally, how we're played by political polarization, and finding purpose in chaos.https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2022/09/bill-shiremanYou don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses with his coaching clients — includin…
 
Acclaimed cartoon composer Ego Plum shares how his influences — from 1930s jazz to his teenage years in the East L.A. punk scene — have laid the groundwork for his singular sound. Producer and musician Danger Mouse talks about his new collaboration with Black Thought of The Roots and what it's like to get into the studio with one of his favourite r…
 
In this episode we are honored to host a conversation with Noam Chomsky and Vijay Prashad, to discuss their brand new book The Withdrawal: Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan, and the Fragility of U.S. Power. Part 2 of the conversaiton can be found here. Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historical essayist, social critic…
 
In a career-spanning interview, musician and producer Jack Antonoff discusses his latest Bleachers album, Take the Sadness Out of Saturday Night, and how he became a "genius in the language of grief." In his oral history of The Princess Bride, actor Cary Elwes reveals secrets from the set of the beloved film. Actor Anais Granofsky, best known for p…
 
As he preps to headline the Gatineau Hot Air Balloon Festival, Grammy-winning rapper and producer Wyclef Jean looks back at the songs he's had a hand in turning into massive pop hits. Dancer, choreographer and actor Christian Vincent talks about receiving his first Emmy nomination for his work on CBC's The Porter. A. Harmony and Thomas Leblanc brea…
 
Superstar Canadian conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin reflects on his phenomenal rise to the peak of his profession. Producer and engineer David Strickland talks about his new album, Spirit of Hip Hop: Elements, which shines a light on the next generation of Indigenous MCs in North America. Artist Ken Lum shares his reaction to the City of Edmonton's d…
 
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett talks about her personal new documentary, Anonymous Club, and the toll that touring took on her mental health in 2018. Thundercat discusses his album It Is What It Is, and opens up about losing his close friend and collaborator Mac Miller. On the 30th anniversary of their debut album, Up, Fred and…
 
In this episode we interview Marika Sherwood. As she mentions in the episode, Sherwood was born into a Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary in 1937. After World War 2, the surviving members of her family emigrated with her to Australia, she was briefly employed in New Guinea, and eventually emigrated to England, finding employment as a teacher in Lon…
 
Jonathan Haidt (The Righteous Mind, The Happiness Hypothesis, The Coddling of the American Mind) discusses why groups get crazy, our fear of rejection, and the mindset that makes us weak.https://www.thenewmanpodcast.com/2022/08/jonathan-haidt-interviewYou don't have to settle. Click here to learn the same mindset principles that Tripp Lanier uses w…
 
Canadian comedy titan Seth Rogen discusses his debut book, Yearbook, his famous use of cannabis and why he thinks comedy is undervalued. Journalist Lauren Orsini walks us through how cosplay became a global phenomenon. New York Times architecture critic Michael Kimmelman tells us why Michael Heizer's monumental project City defies easy description.…
 
You’ve heard us bring this up countless times as we talk about your personal strategies for improving your life with ADHD. Your answer to this one simple question becomes the guiding light that simplifies and informs so many other decisions you’ll confront. Whether you’re working on being more productive at work or making your “not-at-work” life ea…
 
Actor Sally Field talks about her memoir In Pieces, which takes readers on a journey from her lonely childhood in Pasadena to her glittering years on Broadway and in Hollywood. Artist Robert Houle and Art Gallery of Ontario curator Wanda Nanibush discuss the painter's career retrospective, Red is Beautiful, which spans 50 years of his work. AI equi…
 
Lee Pulaski returns to share his latest novel, The Night of the Hodag. We discuss writing supernatural investigations, the importance of writing non-traditional relationships (three men in this case), incorporating local lore into writing, and the importance of local writing groups. Then Baz and Vance review Uncoupled and share who won the week for…
 
Ringo Starr of the Beatles discusses his new EP, his love of Zoom and the important role friendship has played in his long career. Oscar-winning actor Sandra Bullock talks about her film The Unforgivable and why she only wants to accept comedic roles from now on. Niko Stratis, Kathleen Newman-Bremang and James Mullinger unpack the major arts and cu…
 
Country pop group The Chicks (formerly known as the Dixie Chicks) discuss their new album Gaslighter, their controversial past and how it's helped build their legacy. Broadcaster, hip-hop artist and Manitoba NDP leader Wab Kinew talks about writing his first work of fiction, a young adult novel called Walking in Two Worlds. Playwright Erin Shields …
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Gao Yunxiang. Dr. Gao is professor of history at Toronto Metropolitan University and the author of Sporting Gender: Women Athletes and Celebrity-Making during China’s National Crisis, 1931-1945. For this conversation we are honored to have Dr. Gao join us to talk about her book Arise, Africa! Roar, China! Black and …
 
Tony Award-winning actor David Alvarez discusses his role in Steven Spielberg's film adaptation of the classic musical West Side Story. Sylvia Tyson revisits her songwriting roots, the early days of Ian & Sylvia and the "lost tapes" she uncovered that have been now released in Ian & Sylvia: The Lost Tapes. Canadian choral director Scott Jones discu…
 
Conan O'Brien's assistant Sona Movsesian discusses her new memoir, The World's Worst Assistant. Tananarive Due, the executive producer of Horror Noire, takes us through the history of the Black horror movie genre. Music journalist Melody Lau tells us why she wrote a book charting Tegan and Sara's journey to pop stardom and what their music has mean…
 
Are you more afraid of rocking the boat or looking like a wimp?Do you see your current life as a diversion or as the training ground for being your best?And how can you walk the razor’s edge between being a passive wimp and the aggressive tough guy?In this encore episode, legendary author and peaceful warrior Dan Millman is on The New Man to help y…
 
If you’ve ever attempted a series of quick fixes and temporary solutions to ADHD-related problems, you know that eventually you realize they don’t work. Working toward lasting change that addresses the root issues requires going inward. Today Dana takes us on that journey, and shows us how to do the hard internal work, which revolves around 3 key p…
 
Composer Michael Abels talks about scoring Get Out, Us and Nope, plus the unexpected way director Jordan Peele discovered him. Jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall discusses her latest album, This Dream of You, which honours her late producer Tommy LiPuma. Actor Gillian Anderson talks about stepping into the role of Margaret Thatcher, Britain's firs…
 
The director of Lizzo's Watch Out For The Big Grrrls, Nneka Onuorah, tells us how the groundbreaking reality show helps celebrate plus-sized dancers. Afrobeats artist Davido reflects on his meteoric rise to fame as one of Africa's biggest musical exports. Michelle Cho, Alyssa Bereznak and Andrea Jin talk about the culture stories that caught their …
 
In this episode we interview Claude Marks the co-director Freedom Archives. The Freedom Archives the best archive we know of documenting the history of revolutionary, radical and progressive movements of the 1960’s through the 1990’s. In this conversation we talk about Freedom Archives and its collections, most of which are available at FreedomArch…
 
Victor D'Shawn Evans introduces us to his middle school mystery, The Case of the Missing Lightning Bat. We discuss why it's so importance to support works with characters of color and different sexualities, especially for young teens who are just starting to question. Then Baz and Vance review The Sandman and share who won the week for them!…
 
Author, public speaker and humourist Fran Lebowitz talks about her decades-long writer's block, New York in the 1970s and why she chooses to live a virtually technology-free lifestyle. Actor D'Arcy Carden talks about entering a new phase in her career after her breakout role as Janet on The Good Place. Artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer talks about A Crac…
 
Tia Carrere talks about the joy of finally playing a character from her own Filipino culture in the comedy Easter Sunday, plus the 30th anniversary of Wayne's World. Jennifer Grey discusses her new memoir, Out of the Corner, in which she candidly writes about her famous Broadway family, the real-life friction she had with Patrick Swayze, plastic su…
 
Are you more comfortable talking openly about sex or money? Does the topic of money conjure up feelings of struggle and difficulty?And why does your romantic partner seem to play the money game exactly the opposite of how you would play it?In this encore episode, author and financial planner Brent Kessel discusses how a four year old is probably ru…
 
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