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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.
 
Four conversations about Brahms' Symphonies, with Pinchas Zukerman - Music Director of the NAC Orchestra - and CBC Radio 2 host Bill Richardson. Some musical illustrations will be played by violinist Pinchas Zukerman himself, and also by pianist Les Dala. Concert performances of the symphonies by Zukerman and NACO are also available for streaming at CBC Radio 2's Concerts on Demand.
 
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We look ahead to COP26 in Glasgow and find out what more ambitious targets could achieve for the planet and what climate change could mean for our health. We speak with climate scientist Kent Moore of the University of Toronto. Land of Many Shores is a collection of essays hoping to highlight often-neglected viewpoints. Today we hear about the expe…
 
As leaders from around the world prepare to travel to Glasgow for the United Nations Climate Change Conference, what does Canada need to do to meet its climate objectives? We discuss with Tzeporah Berman, the Program Director for Stand.Earth, and Kai Chan, a Professor at the Institute for Resource Environment and Sustainability at UBC.…
 
On today's show: a chat with Canada's newly appointed Minister of Natural Resources, Jonathan Wilkinson; as world leaders prepare for another climate summit, where does Alberta fit? Is hydrogen our key to a greener future? We hear opinions from two different energy experts; the Winter Olympics in Beijing China start in just 100 days. We hear how Te…
 
Emmy-winning actor Billy Porter talks about his new memoir, Unprotected, and his journey to finding healing. YouTuber Elle Mills shares a special playlist of songs dedicated to her hometown of Ottawa. Legendary songwriter Diane Warren discusses her debut album, Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions, Vol. 1, as well as some of her biggest hits.…
 
Shortages in everything from petri dishes to truck drivers is costing jobs and raising prices. Sandra Pupatello, former Ontario Minister of Economic Development and Trade and co-chair of a new advocacy group called Reshoring Canada, says Canada needs to revamp its supply chains to make them more secure.…
 
A property owner from Toronto had his contractors clear-cut a portion of land to make space for a large cottage on Sugar Loaf Island in Lake Joseph in Muskoka. As a result the people involved could in this breach of are facing up to $320 thousand in fines. We have reaction to the situation from Phil Harding the Mayor of Muskoka Lakes; CBC producer …
 
When scientists (and journalists) talk about the projected impacts of our greenhouse gas emissions on the planet they often reference the year 2100 — but is it far enough? Mainstreet's Alex Guye asked Christopher Lyon, a postdoctoral researcher at McGill University, and Ellen Smith, chair of Halifax Regional Municipality's youth advisory committee.…
 
65 year-old Andrea Saulnier went hiking in the White Rock Recreational Area in Hillsborough, NB, and got disoriented. Her cellphone was dying and it was getting dark. Dan McIntosh came and helped. We hear from firefighters on PEI who warn about nuisance fires this Halloween. And on the phone-in: Bob Bancroft takes your wildlife questions…
 
We check back with the MMIWG prevention worker at the Jane Paul Centre in Sydney to find out how she's helping indigenous women living off reserve overcome barriers. Kennedy Marshall is the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Prevention Worker at the non-profit centre for indigenous women, she tells us of the resiliency and determinatio…
 
If scary movies have taught us anything it's that if you find an old book covered in occult symbols with Latin writing inside whatever you do, DON'T start reading it! But rules were made to be broken. So host Julia Wright opens the Officium Defunctorum, or the Office of the Dead book with NBM's archivist Nathan Gavin…
 
Ideas with Nahlah Ayed is a deep-dive into contemporary thought and intellectual history. No topic is off-limits. In this episode, Dr. Anthony Fauci tells Ideas host Nahlah Ayed that he finds it "mind-boggling" that partisanship and skepticism of science continue to fuel the pandemic. More episodes of Ideas are available at smarturl.it/cbcideas…
 
Every year our Halloween Spooktacular rises up from the grave to offer you the best and scariest podcasts for the season. There's true stories, fiction, and some things in between. And if you're a bit of a self-proclaimed scaredy cat, we've got some supernatural stories that are more sweet than scary to give you a bit of relief. Featuring: Radio Re…
 
The French writer and director talks to Eleanor Wachtel about her latest work, which centres on a couple, both filmmakers, who retreat to Faro island in the Baltic Sea to find inspiration in the place where the legendary Swedish director Ingmar Bergman shot his most celebrated films.
 
On this week’s show: Guest host Laura Lynch offers a primer on the negotiations and deal-making expected at COP26, the UN climate summit kicking off in Glasgow next week. Plus — Denmark’s climate ambassador maps out his country’s efforts to transition away from fossil fuels and get other nations on board, and the Maldivian foreign minister and pres…
 
The fourth wave of the pandemic is crashing into Saskatchewan this week. We don't have room for all of our intensive care patients. And the province's chief medical health officer cried during an update this week. Adam Hunter covers politics for CBC Saskatchewan.Murray Mandryk writes a political column in the Regina Leader Post.…
 
New research shows the Vikings were in Newfoundland exactly 1000 years ago; Rocks from Chang'e 5 sample return mission reveal a younger side of the moon; Scientists have found a way to harden wood to make a knife that rivals steel; Streetlights — especially new LEDs — can drastically reduce caterpillar numbers; Milk may have been the fuel that enab…
 
A beginner's guide to the Metaverse; Jan Egeland on Afghanistan's humanitarian crisis; new season of podcast Stuff the British Stole examines colonialism one ill-gotten artifact at a time; how Islam became such an important feature of Dune; Black hockey player Bernie Saunders recounts his love of the game and how racism drove him away from it; and …
 
This week... we check in with two COVID-19 long haulers, a new charity in Sudbury helps feed homeless people, two Australian companies wage a bidding war for Noront Resources, West Nipissing municipal council deals with interpersonal conflict, the plan to deal with derelict buildings in Chaput Hughes, and some of the entries in our Halloween joke c…
 
The space race is back! But it’s not being run by NASA or Russia. Headlining new flights into the upper atmosphere are billionaires. Concordia’s Ted McCormick says there’s danger in leaving space exploration up to the richest among us. And Canadian video game designer Craig Adams releases a project about how to think about the future in a rapidly c…
 
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