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Stop Podcasting Yourself

Ten minutes into their inaugural episode of Stop Podcasting Yourself, Graham Clark asks his co-host, Dave Shumka, “Is this what podcasts sound like?” They had…

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Canadaland

It’s refreshing to listen to a podcast that discusses topics pertinent to the country we live in. Jesse Brown is a Canadian journalist and the…

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The Secret Life of Canada

The version of this country’s history that many Canadians are taught tends to gloss over, if not totally exclude, the colonialism, racism and violence that…

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The Imposter

Thirty minutes into Episode 34 of The Imposter, guest Sholem Krishtalka drops a nugget of truth which perfectly describes the entire podcast: “Criticism, for me,…

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Feelin Weird

Feelin Weird is a podcast created by Kye Plant, a musician based in Victoria, B.C.. Produced out of Plant’s bedroom, each episode discusses taboo subjects,…

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Cited

The dramatic irony of the United State’s Commander in Chief being a climate change denier is that his estate is in Mar Al Lago, Florida;…

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Retail Nightmares

If you’ve ever worked a regrettable job that left you feeling deflated, frustrated, or lacking in empathy for the human condition than Retail Nightmares is…

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Pop This!

“Press play and come hang out with your two new best friends.” So reads the online description for Pop This!, and it’s a statement which…

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Someone Knows Something

Someone Knows Something is CBC’s first attempt at a Canadian version of NPR’s Serial. The first season was released in March of last year, and…

Features

Can’t Lit

A Backdoor To Canadian Literature

“Everyone wants to see the same version of Canadian literature that’s so clean, I want to see messier things.”