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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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As provincial vaccine mandates for healthcare workers loom, some hospitals worry about staff shortages. We speak with Zubin Austin of the University of Toronto about the potential impacts on the sector. Benny Powell shares his thoughts on the loss of Marc Russell and Joey Jenkins, and reads a poem he wrote about the two fishermen who went missing n…
 
We had our first taste of winter this week and people are sleeping outside in tents in the capital city. What is the ministry of Social Services doing about that? Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk and CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter join host Stefani Langenegger to discuss.…
 
On today's show: why you should care about your school trustee, even if you don't have kids or they're all grown up! We speak to two retiring trustees; we hear why the Calgary Humane Society has too many critters and not enough space; the Calgary Flames play their first game of the season tomorrow night. We talk hockey with Sportsnet's Eric Francis…
 
Have you ever felt uncomfortable asking a stranger for directions because you don’t want to bother them? Social psychologist Vanessa Bohns says we might want to think again because we have far more influence over others than we think.Peter Marra saw Disney’s The Little Mermaid in theatres many times as a child. But it was only as an adult with a Ph…
 
Changes are being recommended to improve communication between coroners and grieving families in Ontario - something families and advocates say is long overdue. The CBC's Logan Turner has more from Thunder Bay; Barbara Perry, from the Centre on Hate, Bias and Extremism at Ontario Tech University in Oshawa discusses the creation of the position of a…
 
A fecal transplant from young mice is like a ‘fountain of youth’ for old mice; How a trick of the light helps scientists spot the same supernova again and again; Dancing bees reveal that UK cities are packed with more accessible food than the countryside; Narwhals leave infrared ‘fluke-prints’ in the ocean that can be seen with aerial cameras; A me…
 
A daughter comes to terms with her unvaccinated father's death from COVID-19; the artists who design some of the NHL's most striking goalie masks; one man's trillion-dollar coin idea and how it could settle the U.S. government's debt ceiling crisis; why vinyl record prices have hit head-spinning highs; Hillary Clinton co-authors a political thrille…
 
British singer-songwriter Nick Lowe reflects on his career and his remarkable longevity as an artist. Comedian Dahlia Belle and Black Lives Matter Canada co-founder Syrus Marcus Ware break down why Dave Chappelle's latest Netflix special, The Closer, has reignited debates around artistic freedom, cancel culture and the historic fight for trans folk…
 
This week we hear from a woman who wants her home care workers vaccinated against COVID-19, Sudbury City Council discuss the encampments of homeless people in the city, we learn of an invasive species called the jumping earthworm, and we preview the Blind River Witches Dance.
 
​Grand Falls is considered a hot spot for COVID cases​, ​and tomorrow rapid tests will be handed out to anyone who wants them.​ ​Jeanne Armstrong talks to Mayor​​ ​Marcel Deschenes​ to find out what else the town needs as it heads into week two of circuit breaker restrictions​.​
 
A restaurant in Stellarton is making it easy for people who are visually impaired to order their food, by introducing menus that have Braille and QR codes. Hear about the server and her son who inspired the change.
 
A taxing problem... hear about an investigation in Richmond County that found more than 13 hundred properties NOT on the tax roll, but officials say only a small number are actually taxable. Michael Diggdon is Richmond County's Deputy Warden. Lloyd MacLeod is senior manager with the Property Valuation Services Corporation.…
 
After more than a year of working from home, many professionals have been adjusting to a new normal on the job. Time at home has also brought thoughtful reflections around the nature of work itself and a reassessment of our priorities when it comes to our daily routines. Many professionals are even considering switching careers. To answer some ques…
 
Jeremie Saunders who's now 33 and has Cystic Fibrosis talks about being elated that the drug Trikafta has been funded in NS and also NB. He says it'll likely extend his life. We hear your feedback on changes in the workforce. And on the phone-in: Jim White on painting & staining
 
Monday's election isn't a straightforward one. You'll be given a ballot where you're asked to vote for senators, about daylight saving time, and the role of equalization in the constitution. Got what you need? We help explain what's being asked and what's at stake. We're joined by Globe and Mail reporter Kelly Cryderman, and Macleans correspondent …
 
From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival last October in front of a small but enthusiastic audience, Cassie Cao teaches the audience about how safe a safe word can be. And from Icebreakers Comedy Festival PRE-pandemic, Chris Locke paints a picture of his future funeral. The food is going to be pretty good!
 
Are you more into scientific facts or science fiction? This episode, you don’t have to choose. We’re celebrating podcasts that explore pasts and futures, both real and imaginary. Featuring: Darts & Letters, The Big Story, Episodic Table of Elements, Star Trek: The Pod Directive, Ars Paradoxica.
 
The Zanzibar-born British novelist is the winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Literature. In this conversation from 2017, he talks to Eleanor Wachtel about his ninth book, Gravel Heart, a story inspired by his own immigration experience.
 
On this week’s show: Transport Minister Omar Alghabra describes mandatory vaccination rules for travellers and federal workers. Premier Blaine Higgs explains New Brunswick’s latest restrictions, tightened for Thanksgiving weekend. Plus — CBC’s Bartley Kives looks at the race to become Manitoba’s next PC premier, former Conservative MP James Cumming…
 
Dr. Brian Goldman explores intensive short-term dynamic psychotherapy, or ISTDP, a kind of talk therapy that is gaining a reputation for helping long-suffering patients with unexplained symptoms. Dr. Allan Abbass, a psychiatrist at QEII Health Sciences Centre in Halifax says he has been getting good results helping people get back to work.…
 
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