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Hosted by Leah-Simone Bowen, Podcast Playlist's podcast obsessed producers help you find the best podcasts out there. Each week we curate fresh, exciting and thoughtful stories to help you unearth new podcasts to add to your rotation. From true crime to comedy, from current affairs to audio fiction and everything in between. Each week we take you on a journey with lots of discoveries along the way.
 
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.
 
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In 1985, police dropped a bomb in a Philadelphia neighbourhood. A family of radicals known as "MOVE" found themselves in the middle of a war on Black Liberation. Though the story is both tragic and remarkable, for many, it is also long forgotten. Matthew Amha is the host of CBC’s new podcast The Africas VS. America, and joins Leah to discuss how th…
 
DC Universe Slate Reveal Breakdown & Reaction I TCBC 602INTRO [0:00]DC Universe Slate Reveal [3:03]The DCEU is Not Dead???? [MEMBERS]Superman Legacy The Brave and the Bold (Batman and Damian Wayne)Creature Commandos - Animated MovieParadise Lost (Wonder Woman-led HBO Max series)Booster Gold (HBO Max series)Waller (Amanda Waller series)Lanterns (Gre…
 
Based in Johannesburg, South Africa, internationally acclaimed artist William Kentridge engages with politics and memory through a variety of forms – from charcoal drawings, animation and sculptures, to immersive videos, theatre and opera. His 2022 exhibition at London's Royal Academy was hailed as "enthralling," an "operatic epic," while Kentridge…
 
This week the federal government tabled a bill to delay the expansion of the medical assistance in dying (MAID) law until 2024. The expansion would allow Canadians who suffer solely from mental illness to be eligible. What's at stake for you?
 
An 11-year-old Yorktown, Sask., hockey player lent a pair of socks to Connor Bedard after the World Juniors champion forgot his at home.Watch The National live on YouTube Sunday-Friday at 9 p.m. ETSubscribe to The National: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational?sub_confirmation=1Connect with The National online:Facebook | https://www.facebook…
 
MPs, gun control advocates and a gun range owner weigh in on a dramatic shift in the Liberals’ gun control policy, before Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino sits down to talk about what might come next. B.C. Premier David Eby describes what he’d like to see in major health care negotiations starting next week. Plus — The House takes an in-depth…
 
On today's show: are Canada's bail conditions for repeat violent offenders too lax? We hear from a criminal defence lawyer; why Calgary might be well positioned to become a hub for the emerging hydrogen economy; how a couple of "swamp farmers" from Vulcan are restoring Alberta's wetlands one native plant at a time.…
 
Saskatchewan may have needed help from the federal government to deal with COVID-19 infections back in 2021, but new documents released this week show that came as a surprise to the federal government. The health minister had turned down offers for help before putting in a formal request for assistance. We learn more about that and the friction bet…
 
For a century dolphins and fishers have been cooperating, and the benefits are now clearArctic foxes are tremendous travellersElephant graveyard shows Neanderthals were more cooperative than we thoughtAsteroid sample shows just what we need to deflect a surprise killer impactorA new book looks at the experiments that gave us the modern picture of m…
 
Should he stay or should he go? A spirited debate after a group of prominent Liberals invite the Green Party Leader to lead their party. Our guests are John Milloy, a former Liberal Cabinet Minister and a signatory to the Schreiner letter; and Liberal strategist Sharan Kaur.
 
Benzos aren't covered by B.C.'s new decriminalization policy and critics say that's a problem; a comedian tells Marie Kondo to embrace life's messiness; how High River, Alberta became the backdrop to a celebrated episode of The Last of Us; why a TV report on bleak February still resonates; why a Grammy award for best songwriter is a big deal; and m…
 
The Next Great Save is a competition put on by the National Trust. Canadians vote to determine which of ten buildings deserves to be saved and the winning structure gets $50,000 for restoration. Hear the story behind Nova Scotia's only contender, an old Acadian wooden house in Meteghan.
 
We hear an update about Angel the horse on the Eastern Shore of NS. There had been a complaint that Angel's barn was not set back far enough from the water. But a local community council decided that Angel poses no risk and the mare can stay. We hear about a disability cookbook on PEI for people with intellectual disabilities. And on the phone-in: …
 
A report published Wednesday by The Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada looks at how systemic inequities impact heart and brain health. In particular, how these inequities affect women -- and place their lives at greater risk. Later... a spokesperson joins us on the show to discuss the findings. (0:38)We hear from the fire chief in Charlottetown …
 
We hear what the Village of Baddeck has done since the minister of municipal affairs issued two orders for the village to clean up its finances. The orders have expired and the minister is weighing his next move.
 
On Thursday's show, we heard from Bonavista Mayor John Norman. He said the town council is so concerned about the lack of physicians for their health centre, they're hoping to offer incentives to attract and retain doctors. Those include signing bonuses, and deals on prime building lots for a single dollar. Tom Osborne is the province's minister of…
 
You may have had a hard time finding free lanes in community pools across the province today, thanks to Swim for Hope 2023. It's a relay, aimed at raising money for cancer research. Jill Hartle is the co-chair on the Gander Lakers Swim for Hope Committee, and Sydney Hartle is a member of the team.
 
The Liberals were under fire this week over their spending on consulting contracts to McKinsey, but is the opposition bench focusing on the wrong questions? Plus, the tension between anti-Islamophobia rep Amira Elghawaby and Quebec politicians. Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Althia Raj.…
 
There is a new magazine online specifically created with Black Canadians in mind. It's called Black Maple, and it was created by Charmaine Nelson, the founding director of the Institute for the Study of Canadian Slavery, which lived at NSCAD University until last year.
 
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