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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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Feb. 1 2023 | Tyre Nichols’ funeral blends loving memories of his life with calls for police reform. The high number of federal contracts handed over to one consulting firm comes under scrutiny on Parliament Hill. Plus, thieves take a wild and weird ride through an Ontario mall. Subscribe to The National: https://www.youtube.com/user/CBCTheNational…
 
From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Ryan Williams takes you through construction sites and football fields, and from the 905 Comedy Festival Chris Robinson navigates gossipy conversations with his grandmother.
 
The iconic Vancouver Folk Festival's future still hangs in the balance, and tonight there's a townhall on the issue for it's members. CBC's Grant Lawrence joins us to take your calls. Next, we talk women's heart health. A new report says a lack of knowledge put them at risk.
 
On today's show: what a local long term care organization thinks of the new standards announced for that sector; the province and Ottawa have announced a deal to fund new privately owned childcare spaces. We talk to a business owner about what it means for the industry; the man keeping the beat for Three Dog Night died late last week. We remember F…
 
Blindsided by your own team - that’s what Liberal MPP Ted Hsu felt after learning senior members of his party sent a letter to Ontario Green Party Leader Mike Schreiner, inviting him to run for leadership....while he gets ready to enter the race himself.
 
The province has announced a new initiative to take the stress off family doctors and improve patients' access to healthcare in Nova Scotia. It's a pilot project for Community Pharmacy Primary Care Clinics in twelve locations across the province. We hear the details from Health Minister Michelle Thompson.…
 
The World Health Organization says health systems are still struggling with COVID-19. A doctor and researcher says going back to a mask mandate in some places would go a long way toward ending the pandemic. Host Julia Wright speaks with Dr. Catherine Clase, of McMaster University's Centre of Excellence in Protective Equipment and Materials.…
 
Kaitlin Schwan is executive director of the Women's National Housing and Homelessness Network and a senior researcher at the Canadian Observatory on Homelessness.
 
The funeral for Tyre Nichols was held in Memphis Wednesday. The 29-year-old Black man died as a result of a violent encounter with police, which was captured on video and has been seen by hundreds of thousands of people. Is that a good idea? If you haven't watched it yet and you are considering it, how do you decide? Lana MacLean, a clinical social…
 
Acadian singer, Marc LeBlanc, aka Marc à Paul à Jos, and snow sculptor, Jean-Pascal Brideau, tell us about a giant purple snow sculpture of an elephant in Neguac. It all started with Marc's song, "L'Elephant de Neguac" that was released in December. We hear about the Black Women's History Project on PEI. And on the phone-in: Decluttering your home.…
 
From calorie deficits to intermittent fasting, do diets actually work? A registered dietitian shares her thoughts.(0:44)The people behind a new non-profit hope to help those struggling with cancer treatments. We hear the personal story behind Cancer Lab West. (5:23) The founder of the African roots festival in St. John's will be our guide to great …
 
Libraries are a good place to study. Now, CBRM Council has asked staff to study a library. Staff have been tasked with seeing how much it would cost to renovate the old courthouse. We'll hear from 2 councilors who have reservations.
 
First Nations people in this province have some new representation on the national scene. Mi'kmaw from Newfoundland now have their own regional chief at the Assembly of First Nations, or AFN. In the past, Nova Scotia and Newfoundland combined had a regional chief to represent them. Qalipu chief Brendan Mitchell has been selected as the interim regi…
 
Neville Crabbe of Atlantic Salmon Federation worries about expansion of open-net-pen aquaculture in NL; Amy Warren of the New England Aquarium on the life of a very productive right whale called Spindle.
 
Some cardiac patients who live outside St. John's may now be able to take advantage of a brand new initiative. Cardiac catheterization is a procedure that diagnoses certain heart conditions. It's only available in St. John's.
 
Tobey Maguire Wants back in as Spider-Man, SHIELD is Canon to the MCU & More I TCBC 601INTRO [0:00]Ant-Man and The Wasp Quantumania Trailer [1:26]Mandalorian Season 3 Trailer [14:50]Agents of SHIELD Canon? [26:13]Tobey Maguire Wants To Do More Spider-Man [34:36]MembersTitans & Doom Patrol CancelledSHAZAM! Fury Of The Gods Trailer…
 
This week on Podcast Playlist...Dylan Marron is an internet sensation. He's racked up millions of views and social media followers from his progressive-leaning viral videos. Unfortunately, with internet fame also comes internet hate. Over the years, Dylan has received many negative comments online. But instead of shying away, he decided to reach ou…
 
Kapka Kassabova left Bulgaria as a teenager after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Her family settled in New Zealand, where she began her career as a poet, travel writer and memoirist. Many years later, Kassabova returned to the land of her communist childhood to cross the once forbidden border between Bulgaria and Turkey and Greece. She wrote abo…
 
Canada's minister of transport says the country's airline passenger bill of rights will be reworked this spring because of traveller complaints surrounding things such as flight cancellations, stranded passengers and lost luggage. What's your travel story?
 
Former MPs Scott Simms, Lisa Raitt and Peggy Nash discuss the Liberals’ pending decision on the Rogers-Shaw merger and growing government consulting costs. Defence and intelligence experts weigh in on the Russian mercenary Wagner Group. Opposing lawyers Paul Champ and James Manson each give their side of the case in the developing convoy protest cl…
 
Psychology professor and Denmark native Marie Helweg-Larsen shares how Danish words can encourage better living by helping us settle, set boundaries, create community, and tune into shared moments.Sometimes we need more than words during really difficult periods of life. Katie Thornton shares the history of European funerary fashion — and how death…
 
First Nations across this province say the province is failing to consult Indigenous people on several the important matters -- the Saskatchewan First Act, and the auctioning off of Crown Lands. Guest host Peter Mills talks with CBC Saskatchewan provincial affairs reporter Adam Hunter and Leader Post columnist Murray Mandryk in this week's politica…
 
Humans intuitively understand ape gestural communication; Wolves on an Alaskan island ate all the deer, so now are preying on sea otters; A unique mummy is digitally unwrapped to reveal historical treasures; 52 million years ago Canada’s Arctic was home to pre-primates; Black in Science: have recent years of activism made a difference?; Quirks & Qu…
 
Primary care providers don’t always recognize menopause symptoms for what they are, focusing instead on whether they’re a sign of a more serious problem. And not all know that menopausal hormone therapy is a safe and effective treatment for many women. We explain why that’s the case, and the range of treatments that can help women.…
 
Sheila McCarthy on the Oscar-nominated Women Talking; Air Canada said their luggage was lost but their air tags said otherwise; why Canadian police budgets have endured despite calls to defund; 100-year-old Met recordings may soon be heard for the first time in a century; the architect of Mexico's war on drugs is on trial for allegedly colluding wi…
 
The Liberal Cabinet was warned Canada's economy is set to slow significantly this year, is Canada prepared for the slowdown and how will this affect the Canada Health Transfer? Plus, are Pierre Poilievre's claims that Canada is broken working? and will it sway voters in an upcoming election? Rosemary Barton hosts Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne, Jason…
 
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