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Turn me on podcast is a no holds barred conversation about what it is to be a sexual being in the world. Hosted by Jeremie and Bryde, a married, poly, adventurous couple who love to talk to people about S-E-X, the conversation is geared toward getting real about pleasures of the flesh with intelligence, humour and maybe a little pillow talk.
 
Sickboy is determined to break down the stigma associated with illness and disease. Join Jeremie, Brian and Taylor as they tackle health taboos with people who have experienced them firsthand. Taking the lead from Jeremie's life long battle with Cystic Fibrosis, the three best friends help us understand that sometimes the best way to deal with illness, disease and life is simply to laugh.
 
Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast covering UFOs, culture, and the extraordinary world we live in. Hosted by author and television host, Ryan Sprague, the podcast covers past and present UFO news, audio docs, and special guest interviews. Join Ryan and his guests as they try to make sense of the mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. New episodes every Monday. Learn more at www.somewhereintheskies.com Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/somewhere-in-the-skies.
 
A bi-weekly improvised comedy podcast in the style of old-time radio shows like Inner Sanctum or X Minus One, Illusionoid is performed by Paul Bates (CTV's Dan For Mayor, Second City), Lee Smart (Comedy Network's 5th Quadrant, Second City) and Nug Nahrgang (Dark Rising: Summer Strikes Back, SyFy's Scare Tactics). In the distant future, humanity has its last stand against the tyrant computer ILLUSIONOID. A lone survivor sends messages backwards through time in hopes that he can provide a warn ...
 
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 ...
 
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Ben is a sharp young buck about to start his first year at university. He also happens to live with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)! This week the fellas chat with Ben all about his experience in living with SMA. From finding ways to navigate inclusion with friends as a child, to the challenges of traveling the world while disabled, to talking openly…
 
On episode 232 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Bryce Zabel returns to discuss all the latest UFO news, including the development of a permanent UAP office within the Department of Defense, the scientific endeavors being undertaken by various organizations in relation to UAP, and the stunning accuracy in which Zabel's 2010 book, A.D. After Disclosure, mi…
 
This week it's hard to feel good about Friday. We say goodbye to one of the most valuable members of the Sickboy podcast crew (no, relax, Jeremie hasn't died yet...). Lauren has landed a dream job that means the world to her and so she is moving on to bigger and better things! But don't worry, we send her off with a doozy of an episode. This week t…
 
DijahSB discusses their 2021 Polaris Music Prize-nominated release, Head Above the Waters, what we can all learn from the economic disparity that the pandemic highlighted, vulnerability in hip-hop, understanding Kanye West, future plans, and much more! Supported by you on Patreon, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Do…
 
Kerry Cohen is a doctor of clinical psychology and works as a licensed therapist in Portland, Oregon. She is the author of the memoirs Loose Girl, Lush, Seeing Ezra, and Girl Trouble. Freshly launched this September is her new book, "Crazy For You: Breaking the Spell of Sex and Love Addiction. Jeremie and Bryde chat with Kerry about codependency, p…
 
The nicotine market is rapidly evolving due to e-cigarettes. Although e-cigarettes may help some smokers to quit, an increasing number of non-smokers are trying these products. On this weeks Routine Checkup the fellas speak with Dr. David Hammond, Professor in the School of Public Health & Health Systems at the University of Waterloo all about the …
 
There are three main culprits in the alleged burning of the Great Library of Alexandria. But weirdly they all lived roughly 300 years apart from one another. How is that even possible? It’s weird anomalies like this that complicate the history of the Great Library. Many have written poetically about the dramatic burning of this ancient institution,…
 
Efrim Menuck (godspeed you! black emperor) and Ariel Engle (La Force, Broken Social Scene, AroarA) of ALL HANDS_MAKE LIGHT discuss their band and new self-titled album, pandemic life and speculative capitalism, 1990s Montreal and the Hotel2Tango, synthesizers, textured vocals, and whether lyrics really matter, a 2021 Pop Montreal show, other future…
 
What's worse than getting hit by a truck? Finding out you have lupus while you're recovering from being hit by a truck. Over 20 years ago Marisa's life was flipped upside down with a diagnosis that led her down a path to finding her true purpose in life. This week, we dive into the world of lupus, a disease that occurs when your body's immune syste…
 
On episode 231 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are welcomed by former USAF fighter pilot, Lieutenant Colonel Chris Lehto. With over eighteen years of flying, he worked as the Commander of the US Detachment at the Tactical Leadership Programme in Albacete, Spain. As Chief of Flying Branch, he oversaw the execution of three flying courses with no safet…
 
We finally put to bed this whole discussion on how the throat knows. The epiglottis is a hell of a thing. Always remember: don't panic. Endometriosis effects roughly 10% of women and has been hard to properly and fully treat. A new genetic discovery could change that. Spoiler alert, it involves rhesus macaques! There is a cafe in Japan that serves …
 
This weeks we bring you a very special Routine Checkup. We are joined by past Sickboy guest Joanne! Last time we spoke to her (we were recording out of Brian's mom's basement), we touched on how tough her two miscarriages were. Since then she's had a child and three more miscarriages!? Not only that but she's also written a book about her experienc…
 
Sofa’s Scott Clarkson, Ian Ilavsky, Keith Marchand, and Brad Todd discuss the new retrospective collection, Source Crossfire, being the first ever Constellation Records band, post-hardcore and poverty, Hoover, Nick Cave, Slint, and Joy Division, future plans, and much more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Booksh…
 
Kendra Cunov has been studying, facilitating, and (most importantly) practicing Authentic Relating, Embodiment Practices & Deep Intimacy Work for over fifteen years. Her online course BEYOND BOUNDARIES is available to listeners of Turn Me On with special promo code TURNMEON. Find it on her homepage at KendraCunov.com. You can also watch more conten…
 
Today, September 14, 2021, the world mourned the loss of comedian Norm Macdonald. A hero of mine for some 30 years, Norm altered me profoundly and so here, in an unplanned ramble, I briefly reflect on what he means to comedy fans, how he altered the way some of us thought and even spoke, his genius and profundity as a comedian, our lone in-person e…
 
On episode 230 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we dive deep in to the depths of our waters to explore the enigmatic history of Unidentified Submerged Objects (USOs) and their phenomenal brushes with the world's militaries. From the discovery of the New World up until today, these objects have been encountered either going in to or coming out of bodies o…
 
Here's a not so fun fact — approximately one third of all women will suffer from chronic pelvic pain at some point during their lifetime. So what is pelvic congestion syndrome? Well essentially it boils down to vein dilation down in the nether regions. Zuzanna takes us on her lengthy journey of trying to get to the bottom of where this pain in her …
 
This week gets a little out of hand. While Jeremie is dodging Tornados in Ontario, the gang talk about the worlds largest grave yard, a dad who strips down at a school board meeting in protest, a badass young woman with down syndrome going to UCB, a guy who chopped off his pee pee in a police chase, several poor chaps who stuck one too many eels up…
 
Rachel Kramer Bussel is a writer, editor, teacher, and consultant. Jeremie and Bryde chat with Rache; about writing erotic stories, reading vs. watching, and whose voices are missing from popular erotica. You can read about Rachel on her website at RachelKramerBussel.com, and find her latest anthology "Coming soon: Women's Orgasm Erotica". Bryde re…
 
A report published by the Commonwealth Fund shows the USA ranking dead last amongst its wealthy peers (Canada isn't great either). Why? The fellas are joined by Reggie Williams, vice president of the Commonwealth Fund’s International Health Policy and Practice Innovations program, to talk about the recent report and what they learned. How does the …
 
The Egyptian city of Alexandria was once the most magnificent city on the Mediterranean. It was a city of wonders, whose culture was the envy of the Greek world. Tragically many of Alexandria's ancient treasures have been lost to time. Of all of these lost wonders none has been more deeply mourned than the Great Library of Alexandria. For generatio…
 
After a vaccine passport system is launched in his home province of Quebec, Adam investigates whether people’s fear that QR code technology is dangerous and could compromise our privacy is justified. Darren looks into the validity behind claims that consumer brands can target ads at your dreams using Targeted Dream Incubation.…
 
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