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.
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 complex to the weird and wacky.
CBC Radio's Dr. Brian Goldman takes listeners through the swinging doors of hospitals and doctors' offices, behind the curtain where the gurney lies.
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 ...
CBC Radio's The House takes you behind the scenes in the world of Canadian politics. Parliament may take a summer recess but the business of national politics never stops; nor does The House.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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'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.
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.
Day 6 is a news magazine show that delivers a surprising take on the week.
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.
CBC Radio's Shelagh Rogers travels the country, conversing with authors and readers of all kinds. A new episode every Monday.
The Eyeopener sets the agenda for the day, asking the questions that need to be answered and bringing compelling local stories to Calgarians
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.
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.
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 ...
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.
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.
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.
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 Cape Breton helps listeners better understand and explore the challenges in our island's future, remember their past and celebrate their neighbours' accomplishments.
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.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
CBC Radio's Labrador Morning keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.
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 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.
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.
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 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.
The Morning Edition on CBC Radio One is Regina’s number one morning show. Join Stefani for great conversations as the Morning Edition team taps into the spirit of the city. Get your news and see what’ ...
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 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.
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.
Up-close and intimate performances by some of Canada’s best musicians, recorded live off the CBC studio floor.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
Rats are thriving this spring, and they're causing a lot of damage. We hear from Craig Walker at Walker's Livestock Feed & Supplies in Cole Harbour, a woman whose vehicle was destroyed by rats, and Andrew Hebda, a retired curator of zoology.
The NDP are asking the province's Supreme Court to void the election results based on disproportionately excluding people without access to the internet, and people in Indigenous communities. We speak with former Labrador NDP election candidates Patricia Johnson-Castle and Amy Norman for their thoughts. Over the weekend, Howard Russell in Port Hope…
Trucker Andrew Snow tells OTG about his harrowing night.
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones discusses her new memoir, Last Chance Texaco, in which she details her tumultuous childhood, family history and the reason why she walked away from fame. Our fashion contributor Mosha Lundström Halbert fills us in on mushroom leather and how the revolutionary sustainable material might change …
A debate for and against with Aaron Wudrick with the Canadian Taxpayers Federation and former Air Canada executive John Gradek with the Aviation Management Program at McGill University.
Producer Philip Leung pitches a round to Gavin Crawford for this week's upcoming news quiz.
Moms Stop the Harm cofounder Leslie McBain and BC Centre on Substance Use peer clinical advisor Guy Felicella reflect on five years since BC declared a drug poisoning public health emergency. Author John Kimantis discusses getting out on the water for recreation this spring and summer -- in a boat or otherwise.…
Buffalo Officer Ruling, Climate Change Teen Advisor, Jamaica Guano Dating, France Manuscripts, NB First Nation Land Settlement, BC Opioid Crisis 5 Years and more.
As people continue to roll up their sleeves to receive the vaccine, we get an update on Nova Scotia's vaccine rollout from Dr. Robert Strang, Chief Medical Officer of Health, and from Tracey Barbrick, Associate Deputy Minister for NS's COVID-19 Immunization Strategy.
They can be used to soothe sunburns or to make tequila, versatile succulent plants are becoming all the rage. Barb McKelvey will be putting on a couple of succulent workshops, she runs the garden centre at Shades of Green. She speaks with host Julia Wright about these low maintenance plants.
Dr Graham Dellaire talks about his research into the link between arsenic and radon gas exposures and cancer, the CEO of the Greater Charlottetown Area Chamber of Commerce comments on the delay in the Atlantic Bubble and on the phone-in, we talk about issues surrounding our health and losing weight
Infection control epidemiologist Colin Furness discusses whether or not we should be wearing masks even while outdoors; A Queen's University student is raising awareness about intergenerational trauma by starting with the youngest generations. We'll speak with Prishni Seyone about her new 40 thousand dollar fellowship grant to work with young peopl…
The cost of lumber has gone through the roof. We check in on how it is affecting construction here in this province.
On today's show: the premier says he's hopeful we'll have a Stampede and other festivals, but are event bookers feeling as optimistic?; why we're in the grip of a "Rex Block" and what that means for this week's weather; we tell you about a museum in High River where you can get a shampoo and a shave; after Aloha-gate and a public fracture in the UC…
Jamie DeGrace is the CEO of the Bathurst Regional Airport.
Are you on board with the idea of paying a fee to camp on Crown land? Have you tried to book a campsite in a national or provincial park for the summer? What's your experience been like?
Turn yourself into a biologist and get involved in citizen science! Chris and Jan talk about a fun way to learn about the animal species all around us, even in the city.
After a decade of growing with Kim's Convenience, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee bids an emotional "See you"; Working cash at Dollarama, and empathizing with people who are forbidden from buying socks and other "non-essentials".
Michael Grant is a professor of immunology and associate dean of biomedical science at Memorial University in St. John's. He explains how the vaccines work to keep you from getting severely ill.
A harvester in Placentia Bay claims harbour seals are doing damage to the commercial fishery and salmon stocks.Plus, we'll hear about seals on the west coast in BC and attempts there to control the population to protect salmon.
How to make the 3rd wave a little less: "Guhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh".
To mark the bicentenary of the birth of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Eleanor speaks to British writer and editor Alex Christofi. His compelling new book takes a creative approach to the eventful and often tragic life of the Russian writer.
Michael Jackson, president of the Institute for the Study of the Crown in Canada at Massey College in Toronto, discusses the death of Prince Philip, and Checkup callers share their memories.
The award winning poet and author Lorna Crozier talks about some of the books that have been important in her life.
Basil and Kevin Sylvester on The Fabulous Zed Watson!, Tanya Boteju on Bruised and Angie Abdou on This One Wild Life, and more.
On this week’s show: The B.C. Centre for Disease Control’s Mel Krajden examines the rise in COVID-19 variant cases. Plus: Liberal Party President Suzanne Cowan talks priorities during that party’s policy convention; two NDP MPs reflect on their own policy convention; and Liberal strategist David Herle and NDP National Director Anne McGrath weigh in…
You’re going to meet two women with profound connections to the land. Memona Hossain is a PhD student in Applied Ecopsychology. She has spoken to dozens of Muslim women around the world whose faith drives their work as climate activists. Jenna Vandal recounts the long, winding path to connecting with her Métis heritage.…
(This episode first aired in December 2020, and has been updated to reflect that.) As we interact more - and more often - with our digital technologies, those interactions tell us a lot about who we are. How we can analyze behaviour on social media for mental health insights. And, taking cues from early childhood development and behavioural observa…
How mobile clinics deliver vaccines to the most vulnerable; Brazil's COVID-19 crisis; How Prince Albert's death changed Queen Victoria's reign; Jordan Peterson as Marvel supervillain, Red Skull; Lil Nas X's new single as an act of revolution; Ernest Hemingway's letters to his former mother-in-law and more.…
Psychiatrist Dr. Judson Brewer says that humans can become addicted to worry and anxiety, and just like any other addiction, our brain can learn to crave the sensation of worry. But good news, like any other bad habit, it can be broken.
How “wily” coyotes have managed to find success in the city like no other predator; The asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs might have created the rainforests; Scientists create the simplest cell with only the bare essentials for it to live and reproduce; Elephant seals buoyantly navigate ‘lightscape of fear’ in long sea migrations; Climate chang…
This week, we follow developments in the restructuring of Laurentian University, post-secondary students share stories about learning during the pandemic, pharmacists start administering COVID vaccines, and a Sudbury city council makes an angry face when it comes to emojis on a Facebook group.
From the HA! Comedy Festival, Ali is pleased to present Debra DiGiovanni in a slightly racy (parents), but hilarious set including how to survive in a post-apocalyptic world. Graham Chittenden, recorded at the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, spares no detail on his feelings about Tiny Homes.