Spark on CBC Radio One Nora Young helps you navigate your digital life by connecting you to fresh ideas in surprising ways.
CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies.
Tapestry is your guide through the messy business of being human. You’ll hear surprising conversations and rediscover your connection to something larger than yourself. Tapestry: your time to pause and go deep.
Take a trip around the world with CBC Radio's As It Happens. Hear from the people at the centre of the stories of the day — from the urgent to the utterly strange.
Because News is Canada's funniest news quiz. Host Gavin Crawford quizzes comedians and celebrities about the headlines. Subscribe to get Members Only bonus episodes every Wednesday.
Get ready to meet the artists you're talking about, and the ones you'll soon love. Whatever you're into — be it music, TV, film, visual art, theatre or comedy — q is there. Expect deep insight, and big surprises. Because on q, arts and entertainment get personal.
CBC Radio's Shelagh Rogers travels the country, conversing with authors and readers of all kinds. A new episode every Saturday.
If a joke's worth telling, it's worth repeating. Comedy Factory host Jane Testar collects our favourite skits, commentaries and funny bits that appeared on CBC Radio over the past week. It's an assembly line of humour, safety-tested and priced to move!
CBC Radio's Writers and Company offers an opportunity to explore in depth the lives, thoughts and works of remarkable writers from around the world. Hosted by Eleanor Wachtel.
CBC Radio's Laugh out Loud is Canada's home for comedy. Every week the show features the best and funniest comics in the business. Recorded at festivals and comedy clubs across the country, LOL is the ...
The House is Canada's most popular political affairs show. Every Saturday host Chris Hall takes you to Parliament Hill — and around the country — for in-depth coverage and analysis of the week’s major political news.
Day 6 is a news magazine show that delivers a surprising take on the week.
Fresh, new, provocative programs from the digital realm. Radio One's Podcast Playlist kicks it off on terrestrial with a sampling of some of the most intriguing of what the internet has to offer.
Unscripted and honest radio debates. Ontario Today is never shy. The host, studio guests and callers dive right into the contentious issues of the day. CBC Radio One from 12 to 1 ET. Call-in 1-888-817-8995.
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.
Ontario Morning tells you what's happening in your world — whether it's down the road or around the globe. Get the latest national and international news on World Report and local newscasts on the half-hour.
CBC Radio's Morning North is a weekday news and current affairs program hosted by Markus Schwabe.
If you're talking about it, so is Judy Aldous on Alberta's only province wide open line. From strong opinions, to thoughtful arguments, to stories worth repeating - you never know what you'll hear nex ...
BC Today is where British Columbians connect on issues facing their lives and their community. Every week day at noon PT and 1pm MT, BC Today host Michelle Eliot delves into the top story for the province.
The Eyeopener sets the agenda for the day, asking the questions that need to be answered and bringing compelling local stories to Calgarians
Maritime Noon is a one-hour program devoted to delivering informative reports and interviews which explore issues that are of interest to Maritimers. Join host Bob Murphy weekdays from noon to 1 p.m.
CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.
A vibrant blend of top news stories, local weather, traffic reports, comedy, local music, and interviews about politics, science and culture. Tune into Mainstreet on weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. Add your voice by calling us at 1-888-686-MAIN (6246) or e-mail email@example.com.
The ocean is a part of daily life in Newfoundland and Labrador. Whether it’s fishing, tourism, shipping, research or culture, there are thousands of people whose lives have some connection to the sea. The Broadcast casts a wide net to explore the stories of people in coastal communities in Newfoundland and Labrador and around the world.
CBC Radio's Information Morning Cape Breton helps listeners better understand and explore the challenges in our island's future, remember their past and celebrate their neighbours' accomplishments.
The Morning Edition is Regina’s #1 rated morning show. We connect you with the people, news, culture that make this city and province great. Join the conversation weekdays from 6:00 to 8:30am on CBC Radio One.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
Information Morning Fredericton is your window on the community every weekday morning, from 5:55 to 8:37 on CBC Radio One, the news and stories of our lives in your city and around the province; keeping you informed and engaged.
The Early Edition is Vancouver's connection to the latest breaking local news, interviews that cut through the spin, and community stories and personalities that surprise and delight.
CBC Radio's Labrador Morning keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.
CBC Radio's Metro Morning keeps listeners informed about what's going on in Toronto and offers listeners an optimistic, sometimes humorous view of the world, together with the day's more serious news.
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.
CBC Radio's On The Go has now been on the air for 50 years, bringing Newfoundlanders and Labradorians stories from every nook, cranny and cove in the province.
CBC Radio New Brunswick's Information Morning in Saint John brings you all the news and information you need to start your day. We'll get you connected to your community, your country and the world. Without us, you won't know what's going on.
While you've been sleeping, the world has changed. The St. John’s Morning Show tells you how. We bring you the latest news, the stories that matter most, and the information you need.
The CBC's great Canadian book debate returns. Five prominent Canadians have each selected the one book that they believe all of Canada should read. After each day's debate, they will vote to eliminate one book, until only the winner remains.
From remote reserves to bustling big cities, join Urban Native Girl Lisa Charleyboy as she brings you to the surprising heart of the conversations important to Aboriginal youth.
Leave the work week behind with Daybreak Alberta. A great mix of chat, great music and news, start your weekends right with Paul Karchut.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org. Grab all of the shows from http://www.supernintendochalmers.net/wiretap/
CBC Radio listeners in Manitoba start their day off right with Information Radio. Join us for a variety of stories and items, including news, sports, traffic, business, comedy and more.
CBC News correspondents take you behind the scenes as they cover the biggest events around the world. Personal stories from our reporters who were there while the story was breaking.
Up-close and intimate performances by some of Canada’s best musicians, recorded live off the CBC studio floor.
Every episode of Promised Land brings a story of an escape that starts anywhere in the world, but always ends in Canada. In this 10-part series, host Natasha Fatah presents stories of dangerous getaways as described by the immigrants and refugees who endured them to get here.
On The Island is a lively and informative blend of news, reviews and interviews, designed to keep Victorians informed about the issues that matter to them.
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.
22 people have been killed during a midday elementary school shooting in southern Texas. We talk about dealing with grief and what should be done in response. And in our 2nd half, we travel to Oak Bay where the district has voted to phase out gas powered leaf blowers. Do you want them banned in your community too?…
A show inspired by 34-year-old caller Ben Egan; with Camellia Wong from Future Majority, a non-partisan group that aims to mobilize voters under 35; and analysis with UBC Prof. Paul Kershaw from Generation Squeeze.
Montreal producer Connor Seidel discusses his new album, 1969 — an ode to the folk music that came out of Quebec in the late '60s and early '70s. Actor and singer Angela Lansbury reflects on Murder, She Wrote, plus, her incredible career on stage and screen. Performing artist Amaka Umeh talks about being the first Black person to play Hamlet at the…
More pushes for gun control, a local Texas pastor speaks, Bill 96, Jackdaw noise, burkinis, the Goldman environment prize...and more.
BONUS PODCAST: Kealey Pringle and AnnMarie Churchill conclude their coaching sessions with a sweet-tasting win over Kealey's pandemic anxiety.
Some people still don't have the power back on in their homes after Saturday's storm. We'll hear an update on restoration efforts from Hydro One. Plus, what do the outages mean for food and water safety? Peterborough’s medical officer of health has some guidelines for avoiding illnesses and injuries. A shooting at an elementary school in Texas has …
Gavin makes a very special announcement.
John Leroux shares the fascinating story of George Paginton and his exhibit at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery.
Two veteran hockey watchers compare the relative performances of the two Nova Scotia franchises in the Q-League. Will Palov has been covering the Mooseheads for the Chronicle Herald for the past 27 years. John Moore was the voice of the Mooseheads for more than 2 decades and now does play-by-play for the Saint John Seadogs.…
Some young people in the Saint John region are learning carpentry skills by building tiny homes that may someday house people struggling with housing insecurity. We hear from one of the carpentry program grads, Regan Pentz, and Callie Mackenzie, the UYES! Project Manager with the Human Development Council.…
We talk about what a lot of us don't want to talk about... making a will! (0:00)Remember the honking cars and loud sirens as Aiden O'Keefe was welcomed home last fall? That radio piece has now won a regional award for Excellence in Sound. (6:42)A safe and secure password is crucial to a safe and secure online profile. (14:28)A mother of three in Ca…
Canada's Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino was in Nova Scotia Wednesday, and met with family members of victims of the mass murder in April 2020. The minister spoke with host Jeff Douglas about why some Mounties won't directly answer questions from lawyers representing the families during the public inquiry.…
Dr Simon Sherry, a psychologist in Halifax and a professor at Dalhousie University, speaks about the highest number of suicides ever in NS in 2021. Troy Fraser on PEI speaks about a theft of bees in Kings County. And on the phone-in: Should there be limits on comedy or is anything fair game?
Indigenous performer, composer and activist Jeremy Dutcher tees up his performance at ReSounding, a celebration of the arts at the newly renovated Dalhousie Arts Centre. Jeremy talks about how his time in university influenced his music, and about his ongoing fight to keep his language alive in song.…
Jonna Brewer met the the cast, the writers and director of the original play I'm Not Mad, I'm Just Disappointed.
Have you ever been jarred right to your bones by an unexpected pothole? We'll hear about a new mobile app that could give you a warning when one is coming your way.
From pizza to peaches, we're talking BBQ. What's on your grill? Today we're joined by our resident foodies. Carmen Cheng is a food writer based in Calgary, and Phil Wilson is a writer and food columnist on CBC Radio Active in Edmonton.
On today's show: we check in with the folks at Run Calgary about this year's Calgary Marathon; we look ahead to game four in the Battle of Alberta; and our food guide Julie van Rosendaal on ways to save money in the kitchen.
Roof gone in seconds, kegs strewn about, but baby plucked from a stroller just in time: big storm, as it happened inside Uxbridge brewery.
Times have been tough. Pandemic burnout, war, a mounting climate crisis and soaring prices on everything from gas to groceries. Few people have gotten through the last few years without grieving some kind of loss.The good news? We’re definitely not alone. This week we’re unpacking mental health with podcasts that uplift, investigate and validate. T…
This week we continue our election coverage with stories about opioids, French language rights and animals, we hear about the efforts to preserve Wolf Lake with the help of birds, Backroads Bill Steer travels over 2000 kilometers in under 41 hours, and the first tackle high school football game is played in Sudbury.…
From novels such as Annie John and Lucy, to her notable nonfiction, Jamaica Kincaid's work is highly autobiographical, chronicling everything from her childhood in Antigua to her brother's untimely death from AIDS. Inspired by the life of her father, Kincaid's 2002 novel Mr. Potter tells the story of an illiterate taxi driver living in Antigua. Jam…
After years of limited travel, some people are itching for a vacation. But with chaotic airports, high gas prices, war in Europe and the continued threat of COVID-19, those plans could get complicated. What questions do you have as you consider travel? Ask our experts on this week's Ask Me Anything.
Vivek Shraya on Next Time There's a Pandemic, Susanna Kearsley takes our Proust questionnaire, and Katherena Vermette revisits The Break, and more.
Former Alberta premier Alison Redford talks about Jason Kenney’s decision to resign as leader of the UCP, once a new leader is chosen. Two experts discuss the government’s move to ban Huawei from this country’s telecom industry. Plus — Duane Smith of the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation on how Canada can secure Arctic sovereignty, two economists dis…
How the "great replacement" conspiracy theory went mainstream; Downton Abbey is back in theatres; as the water in Lake Mead drops to record lows, bodies of the victims of mob hits may be being exposed; in a post Roe v. Wade America, the data on women's phones could offer a trove of incriminating evidence; a distant relative of legendary Russian com…
With a double-major from Harvard in astrophysics and folklore, Moiya McTier bills herself as the 'folklorist to the stars' and the 'astrophysicist for the folks'. Later, Chief Fred Sangris, an elder of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation, reflects on traditional Dene wayfinding – navigating by way of the stars.…
Study says climate change could cause us to lose sleep – in more ways than one; Scientists successfully grow plants in moon dust; Fossil preserves critical evidence for how trilobites had sex half a billion years ago; A scientist recreates avian soundscapes so we can hear what we’re missing; How the medical system needs to – and is – engaging with …
What our near and far future might mean for how we relate to one another and the non-human entities that will —and increasingly do— surround us. (This is an updated version of an episode that first aired in October 2021.)
The Lysychuke family's journey from fleeing the war in Ukraine to becoming guests at the home of "Pastor Fred" Penny of the Elim Pentecostal Tabernacle in St. John's.
SEA-NL is calling for a joint, federal/provincial commission of inquiry into fishing vessel safety and search and rescue; Glen Winslow on how high fuel costs are factoring into fishing effort.
From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, father of twins Keith Pedro offers some questionable parenting tips and from Hecklers Comedy Club, Erica Sigurdson tells us how she LOVES children - but keep them to yourself please.
Stephanie Allen of the Hogan's Alley Society says Canadians should avoid the urge to think this country is "above" the kind of racist, extremist views that led to a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., where authorities say a white man targeted Black people specifically.
It's either easier than you ever imagined, or the hardest thing on the planet. We have no time for in between.