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Cross Country Checkup is Canada's only national phone-in show, broadcasting live from coast to coast to coast. Checkup is Canada's weekly town hall — a place for raw, honest perspectives on the most pressing issues of the week. For over 55 years, it's where Canadians gather to listen to each other every Sunday afternoon. Call us: 1-888-416-8333.
 
CBC Radio host Sheryl MacKay meets creative people from all around the province. Hear about their passions and inspirations. You'll visit artists and in their studios, musicians and performers backstage, writers at their keyboards and chefs at the cooktop. There's great conversation and a lot of laughs too waiting for you every weekend on North by Northwest.
 
Wiretap on CBC Radio, the unofficial podcast http://www.cbc.ca/wiretap Do you want Wiretap to be available in an official podcast form? Then write to the CBC and tell them. http://www.cbc.ca/podcasting/contactus.html Questions? Complaints? Please contact me: chalmers2006@gmail.com. Grab all of the shows from http://www.supernintendochalmers.net/wiretap/
 
It launched in June 2005 as one of the world's first music podcasts and has been called ‘Canada’s top podcast’ by Spin Magazine and ‘Canada’s most important podcast’ by Exclaim! magazine. This one-hour show features the best in new Canadian rock, pop, hip-hop, singer-songwriters, alt-country, and electronica. If you're looking for a source of amazing new music, look no further.
 
Nine conversations about Beethoven's nine symphonies. Bramwell Tovey - Music Director of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra - and CBC Radio 2's Bill Richardson consider these mighty works and talk about what makes them so powerful. Tovey illustrates passages on the piano. CBC Radio 2 will broadcast performances by Tovey and the VSO daily starting March 31 2008. The concerts are available for streaming at Concerts on Demand.
 
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More people than ever are turning to Instagram to make their next vacation plan. As local and global tourism start to rebound, we speak with Frederic Dimanche of the Ted Rogers School Of Hospitality And Tourism Management about the role of social media influence in driving up revenues for tourism operators. Municipal elections in Labrador are takin…
 
The B.C. government is bringing back COVID-19 exposure alerts at schools - but how do parents feel about that? In our 2nd half, we hear from About Face, the group behind a powerful new video campaign to better understand people living with facial differences.
 
On today's show: we hear from two restaurant owners on how they're dealing with the province's Restriction Exemption Program; many of those dying of COVID-19 in this province have pre-existing conditions. We find out more about those losing their lives to the virus; why birds haven't minded us all staying home more during the pandemic; a short docu…
 
Starting thinking now about ordering books for Christmas gifts! Sue Carter the former editor-in-chief at Quill & Quire, Canada's book-publishing magazine explains how the publishing industry has also been disrupted by supply chain problems; Poet, writer, and dancer Abena Beloved Green tells us about her contribution to this year's virtual edition o…
 
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. Musician, painter and actor John Lurie discusses his new memoir, The History of Bones, which gives readers a glimpse into his experience of the buzzing New York art scene of the '80s. Wesley …
 
Pam Mood, the mayor of Yarmouth, NS, says election signs are bad for the environment and don't work so they simply should not ever be used. A couple on PEI talk about the house they're building out of shipping containers. And on the phone-in: Bullying in the workplace
 
In our column on the Acadians of Cape Breton... we look across the ocean to France to delve into the deep connections between those there and here. Ronald Labelle, a senior scholar at CBU, and a former Associate Professor of French and Acadian Studies, is our guide.
 
Change is hard. Even when it's necessary. The Market Square Boardwalk hasn't changed much since the 1980s. But the entire area is going to be demolished and rebuilt as part of a construction project that will take years. Host Julia Wright speaks with boardwalk bar owner Corey McGill and Jeff Cyr with the city, before the initial designs are made pu…
 
A new documentary inspired by the book, Seven Fallen Feathers, will take viewers to Thunder Bay, Ont., after the inquest into the mysterious deaths of seven First Nations teenagers. Host Jeff Douglas spoke to author and director, Tanya Talaga, about her new film and what has changed since those high school students died.…
 
In case you missed it, last week we welcomed a new permanent host! Leah-Simone Bowen also co-hosts The Secret Life of Canada, along with being an accomplished playwright, director and producer. And of course, Leah adores podcasts and listens to a wide variety of genres. There's no better way to get to know her tastes than to sample her all-time fav…
 
On this week’s show: The House zooms in on the GTA to explore issues that matter to voters in the hotly contested ridings of King–Vaughan and Davenport. Plus — a look at what Canadians should expect on election day and when results will be available; a debate over vaccine passports; reporter postcards from the campaign trail; and, in a podcast extr…
 
Father James Martin is a noted advocate for the LGBTQ community. He says there is much the Catholic church can do now to offer its support, even without changing church doctrine. Father Martin explains the difference between sadness and despair, and what The Lord of the Rings can teach us about morality.…
 
Saskatchewan's premier says it's time to mask up. Scott Moe announced a change of heart when it comes to requiring proof of vaccination too. Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk and CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter join host Stefani Langenegger in this week's political panel.
 
Rabia Khedr is the national director of Disability Without Poverty and has a big personal stake in the upcoming federal election. Rabia and her sister are visually impaired. One brother with an intellectual disability lives in long-term care. Her other brother died of complications following surgery during the pandemic. With more than six million p…
 
Political scientist says forced party unity muzzles MPs and hurts democracy; sexual assault allegations leave Western University students angry and fearful; Becky Toyne's review of Sally Rooney's Beautiful World, Where Are You; How the Taliban could use the former Afghan government's personnel databases to target its opponents; meet the upstart com…
 
Canadian science suffered from COVID. After the election, how do we bring it back better?; Potty training cows to solve the problem of pee pollution; Fashion backward — Archaeologists find 120,000 year old tools for making clothes; How does a black hole eat? With its spiral arms.
 
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