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Each week friends Mike and Charlie have Randy (the random number generator) select a film for them to watch from the Criterion Collection. Then they discuss and review it for your listening pleasure. It’s a podcast about the love of film, expanding horizons, painstakingly cataloging the duration of every long take, and friendship.
 
Five days a week acclaimed interviewer Tom Power sits down with the artists, writers, actors and musicians who define pop culture. Whether he’s ribbing Adele, singing a boyband classic with Simu Liu, or dissecting faith with U2 frontman Bono – Tom brings the same curiosity, respect and meticulous preparation into every conversation. He also has a track record for interviewing artists on the precipice of stardom – like Lizzo and Billie Eilish — who appeared on Q well before hitting the mainst ...
 
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The Rural Leaders Podcast

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The Rural Leaders Podcast is a show that honors unsung heroes who overcome challenge and adversity to become catalysts of positive change in their communities. We'll interview leaders from across the spectrum of rural America, sharing seeds of inspiration, hope, & support in their efforts to build creatively engaged & active communities. Like friends gathering around the kitchen table after Sunday dinner, co-Hosts Dana Peterson and Richard Fordyce will join guests who are leaders from all re ...
 
Network of hosts building lives and helping people! That's KINGDOM! Every host has their own platform that will encourage, inspire and empower our listening audience. This platform yield years of experience in ministry, business and training program. Sunday - Saturday we are bringing you the best of interactive talk shows everyday. Join The Brand Master, Master Communicator, Randy Harden, Reginald Williams, Elizabeth McNett, Andre Johnson, The "DC" Show with hosted by DC the comedian, Prisci ...
 
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Sam Smith is one of the biggest artists in the world. They made a name for themself in 2014 with devastating songs about love and loss and ended up winning four Grammys because of it. Now, Sam is trying something new: focusing on joy in their life and music. Sam opens up to Tom Power about their new record, “Gloria,” why focusing on queer joy is th…
 
Actor Paul Mescal talks about his starring role in Aftersun and the success of his breakout role in the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's Normal People. Christa Couture's memoir How to Lose Everything is opening the door for other Indigenous artists to share their stories of resilience. Writer, producer and director Kenya Barris talks about his ambit…
 
Director Ruben Östlund discusses his latest Palme d'Or-winning film, Triangle of Sadness, and why he wanted to look at "beauty as a currency." Playwright Chloé Hung discusses her new dark comedic play, Three Women of Swatow, about three generations of Chinese women who discover they are bound by more than blood. Photographer Carrie Mae Weems discus…
 
January 25, 2023 Tim Gerdes is Sales Manager at Haver & Boecker. In this episode, Tim discusses the ways that water facilities uses wire cloth and mesh screens and how the evolution of materials has impacted effectiveness and efficiency. He also talks about the filtration of micro plastics and the future of wire cloth and mesh screen materials. Thi…
 
Poet Rupi Kaur talks about her new writing guide, Healing Through Words, plus her own journey with writing and overcoming writer's block. Artist Vivek Shraya shares more about her autobiographical solo stage show How To Fail As A Pop Star, which is focused on the true story of her life in music. Director Darren Aronofsky talks about the difficulty …
 
Singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco discusses her new memoir, survival, the boundary-breaking themes in her music and how she feels about the ongoing #MeToo movement. Comedian and This Hour Has 22 Minutes cast member Trent McClellan talks about his upcoming comedy tour, returning to his hometown to perform stand-up, and finding humour in the things that…
 
Degrassi co-creator Linda Schuyler discusses her new memoir, The Mother Of All Degrassi, which details how she went from being a Toronto high school teacher to an award-winning television producer. Actor and comedian Andrew Phung (best known as the character Kimchee on Kim's Convenience) talks about co-creating and starring in the new CBC comedy se…
 
Director Agnès Varda leads the viewer through over a decade in the lives of two friends, Apple and Suzanne, as they seek fulfillment and freedom, struggling against the demands of conservative French society over their bodies and presumed gender roles. An emphatic and highly pragmatic celebration of liberal attitudes toward sex and abortion rights,…
 
Five days a week, acclaimed interviewer Tom Power sits down with the artists, writers, actors and musicians who define this cultural moment in time. Whether he’s ribbing Adele, singing a boyband classic with Simu Liu, or dissecting faith with U2 frontman Bono – Tom brings the same curiosity, respect and meticulous preparation into every conversatio…
 
One trophy away from EGOT-status, there's strong speculation that Hugh Jackman could win the outstanding Oscar for his latest movie, The Son. He talks about his long career on stage and screen. Ann-Marie MacDonald reflects on the curiosity and empathy that continue to inspire her work from the page to the stage as Fall on Your Knees becomes a stage…
 
Figurative painter Peter Doig — one of the world's top-selling living artists — talks about his work, his upbringing in Canada and the dark underbelly of the art market. Superstar Canadian conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin reflects on his phenomenal rise to the peak of his profession. Author Mark Sakamoto and playwright Hiro Kanagawa talk about adapti…
 
Legendary singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull opens up about surviving COVID-19 and recording a new album of classic romantic poems, titled She Walks in Beauty. After hustling for 11 years, Lainey Wilson talks about her acclaimed new record Bell Bottom Country and why it's funny to be called an "overnight sensation." Comedian Margaret Cho discusse…
 
Actor Denzel Washington talks about his turn as Lord Macbeth in the film The Tragedy of Macbeth, and what the legacy of the late Sidney Poitier means to him. Actor and comedian Jenny Slate talks about revisiting Marcel the Shell with Shoes On in a feature-length film based on the viral web series. Bestselling author Miriam Toews discusses her highl…
 
Actor Regina King talks about directing One Night in Miami, a film that imagines a real conversation between four of the most important Black voices of the 1960s: Sam Cooke, Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X and Jim Brown. Writer Neil Gaiman tells us why his comic book series The Sandman would have made a terrible movie — and why he loved adapting it into a …
 
Czech director Juraj Herz takes us on a dreamlike journey into madness of an employee at a Prague crematorium both before and during the German invasion leading to the Second World War. Or is he really trying to account for the madness of collaboration in a nation struggling with its own involvement with the holocaust? Well, we certainly can’t say,…
 
Nina Hoss co-stars in the new critically-acclaimed film Tár. She shares her process behind preparing for the film, including learning to play the violin, and what it was like playing with a real-life orchestra. Acclaimed sitar player Anoushka Shankar discusses her first live album in more than two decades, her life in music and what it's like havin…
 
Ralph Macchio talks about what it was like reflecting on the legacy of The Karate Kid in his new book Waxing On: The Karate Kid and Me, and why he's "embracing the past in the present" with Cobra Kai. With millions of followers online, Dax has become one of the biggest up-and-coming Canadian rappers today thanks to his honest lyrics. He shares his …
 
Nearly 20 years after The L Word premiered, there's a sequel to the historic series. Showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan talks about trying to reflect our changing times in The L Word: Generation Q. After a series of malicious false rumours almost ended his career more than ten years ago, Korean-Canadian rap star and Epik High frontman Tablo is sharing his…
 
Dakota Ray Hebert skewers the document that defines how the Canadian government interacts with First Nations people in her first stand-up comedy album I'll Give You An Indian Act. Troy Kotsur shares how he drew on his own personal experience to play a Deaf father of a hearing child in the Oscar-winning movie CODA. Chris Wilson talks about finding n…
 
In a rare career-spanning interview, songwriter and producer Max Martin talks about his first jukebox musical, & Juliet, which weaves his biggest hits into a feminist retelling of Romeo and Juliet. Filmmakers Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis talk about making their new animated film The Flying Sailor, and why they are fascinated by the story of a man …
 
You know those drab, mid-century French films where pale, thin guys in suits stare at each other with blank, unreadable expressions on there faces while a voiceover drones on describing this inaction with a slight undercurrent of pseudo-nihilism? But, like, it’s somehow super thrilling AND deeply beautiful? Robert Bresson brings his stripped-down s…
 
Carly Rae Jepsen talks about embracing loneliness on her new album, The Loneliest Time, and reflects on her relationship with Call Me Maybe after more than a decade. Cartoonist Kate Beaton shares her reaction to finding her graphic memoir Ducks on Barack Obama's list of favorite books of 2022, and everything that happened next. Director Reggie Hudl…
 
Actor Román Zaragoza tells us about playing a 500-year-old ghost from the Lenape people in the CBS series Ghosts, and how it's given him hope for the future of Indigenous stories on TV. Director Aitch Alberto shares the labour of love that went into bringing Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe to the big screen, and the importa…
 
January 4, 2022 Greta Zornes is Water Reuse and Industrial Treatment Leader for CDM Smith. In this episode, Greta explains what makes potable reuse projects different from other type of water reuse. She discusses the current path for expansion of potable reuse, including why communities are undertaking projects and the role of regulations. Greta al…
 
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