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 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.
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 Quirks and Quarks covers the quirks of the expanding universe to the quarks within a single atom... and everything in between.
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 ...
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.
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.
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!
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.
CBC Radio's Shelagh Rogers travels the country, conversing with authors and readers of all kinds. A new episode every Monday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
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.
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.
CBC Radio's Labrador Morning keeps people informed about what's happening around them. Labradorians hear about it first on Labrador Morning.
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’ ...
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.
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.
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.
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.
CBC polls analyst Éric Grenier takes a deep dive into the world of politics, elections and public opinion in conversations with journalists, decision makers and the pollsters tapping into what the country is thinking.
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.
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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.
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.
The Heart is an audio art project and podcast about intimacy and humanity.
On this week’s show: New Brunswick Health Minister Dorothy Shephard outlines her province’s vaccine preparations and Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson talks about his city’s plans to get a head start on inoculations. Plus: Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault looks at what Australia’s battle with tech giants means for Canada’s own regulatory efforts, and clea…
On today's show: we get reaction to the UCP's provincial budget from former Alberta Finance Minister, Ted Morton; we check out the bright lights at the final weekend of Chinook Blast; restaurant reviewer Elizabeth Carson tells us who has the best fried chicken in the city; we hear from a national poetry contest award-winner from Okotoks who started…
Vaccine: Ottawa, Irish Ice Mile Swimmer, NJ/TX Plumber, Equality Act, Nigeria Schoolgirls Kidnapping and more.
Tom Ayers gives an update on the freedom of information request put forward by an anonymous person. The province's information commissioner issues a report on the request that the CBRM said was going to cost 43 thousand dollars.
This week’s special edition of CBC Radio’s Quirks & Quarks looks at the history and future of Black people in science. We delve into the the history of biased and false “race science” that for hundreds of years was used to justify slavery, exploitation and exclusion. This has left a terrible legacy in systemic racism that in the past and present ha…
Toronto illustrator credits a high school artist friend for pushing him to international success; Poem for a sunlit room; UHN has world's only lab that tests winter boots for ice traction.
Pearleen Oliver fought for equality and dignity for African Nova Scotians, but few people know her story. Host Portia Clark interviews her son and the publisher of a new book about her legacy.
NOFX frontman Fat Mike takes us through the band's latest album, titled Single Album, and opens up about his sexuality, sobriety and the meaning of punk rock. Universal Music Canada executive Craig Mannix discusses Canada's fraught history with Black music and what still needs to be done to promote our homegrown hip-hop talent. Trainspotting author…
The developer of the new Ethos Ridge retirement community project, Scott Walton explains his vision and responds to the issues raised by concerned community members.
Mainstreet spoke with students from Pictou Landing First Nation about the boat they built and what it was like to paint it with renowned artist Alan Syliboy.
We hear what former Premier Clyde Wells thinks of this year's unusual election, and his thoughts on Chief Electoral Officer Bruce Chaulk's handling of the situation. Canada's COVID-19 Immunity Task Force is currently studying the idea of digital immunity tracking and immunity passports. Today we discuss with bioethicist Natalie Kofler what ethical …
"Black In Newfoundland" is a panel discussion organized by the Association of New Canadians, and Newfoundland and Labrador Public Libraries. Brian Amadi is one of the panelists, and Emma Craig is a librarian who's helping to organize the event.
Candy Palmater, Craig Lauzon and Ashley Botting get quizzed by host Gavin Crawford
André Picard, health reporter with the Globe & Mail, talks about the federal government's approval of the AstraZeneca vaccine, we hear your feedback on new trucking rules in NB and on the phone-in: Barry Walker on home heating
The province says it plans to use thousands more rapid testing kits for COVID-19 as more cases of variants have been identified in the province. New modelling also suggests that cases could double over the next two months. For the latest in politics this week, host Stefani Langenegger is joined by our political panel. Adam Hunter covers politics fo…
Almost a year into the pandemic Canadians are still coming to terms with what they have lost, whether it’s the loss of loved ones or the life we had before the pandemic. This week White Coat, Black Art explores the stories of Canadians who have found ways to be resilient in light of that loss. In the final installment of the special series “Prescri…
Al from Britt was sitting in his cabin with just a radio and a regular phone line. He took a chance and called in to play the Morning North Mystery Game and got through. Find out how well he did...
BC Green Party leader Sonia Furstenau and CBC journalist Andrew Kurjata discuss premier John Horgan's announcement that the Site C dam will be completed, despite a budget that has now doubled from original projections. Family doctor and South Asian COVID Task Force member Dr. Madhu Jawanda discusses the approval of the AstraZeneca vaccine for use i…
It's no secret our devices are designed to become useless, forcing us to upgrade whether we want to or not. But where did the idea of planned obsolescence come from, and does it have any benefits? This week, we examine obsolescence: its history, how it manifests today, and the ethics of creating disposable devices in a future of scarcity.…
It ain’t no thing. Or is it? The objects around us can have a profound impact on how we think about and interact with the world. From the scientific to the sacred, human beings may invent the things, but those creations end up shaping humanity.
Brock University scientist Mariek Schmidt is already analyzing the pictures, looking for signs of ancient life on Mars. But Western University's Gordon Osinski, Director of the Institute for Earth and Space Exploration says, in many ways Canada missed the boat on this mission. Canada is more involved in exploring the moon.…
What are your thoughts on the 2021-22 provincial budget?
The death of a teenager in Fredericton is raising questions about mental health treatment and support. Her parents speak out, hoping for change.
Filmmaker Amy Ziering reframes the media's coverage of Woody Allen in Allen v. Farrow; a 1959 vaccine heist offers a cautionary tale for COVID-19; a deaf writer who says Zoom has been her pandemic silver lining; why Alek Minassian's autism defence worries people with autism; how the Norwegian concept of koselig can help get you through winter; a Da…
The Black In The Maritimes crew ask why the Canadian education curriculum doesn't tell the whole story.
While some characterize cannabis dispensaries on First Nations as the "black market" there are those who hope that Indigenous entrepreneurs will have their own corner of the pot business - what some are calling the "red market". CBC reporter Erik White brings us that story; Researchers are looking into reports that Canadian butter has gotten harder…
Monitoring sea cages filled with farmed salmon. We'll hear about an investment in aquaculture. And living life connected to the ocean in Twillingate, why one young family has chosen rural over urban.
Is the apocalypse already here? Is The Sims a capitalist fantasy or a commentary on consumerism? Can a house bleed real human blood? Is Zendaya the coolest person in Hollywood? Does New Year’s Day feel like yesterday? Or three years ago? (Or both, somehow?) In any case, the year is young, and we haven’t yet had the chance to catch you up on what’s …
In this, part two of Deborah Kimmett's one-woman show Downward Facing Broad, Deb delivers with wit and wisdom, a searing review of life in her early 60's. Dating, napping, Netflix and hugs:just a few things that are more important than you probably realized.
Timothy Caulfield on his latest book, Relax, Dammit! Pasha Malla on Kill the Malland Kerry Clare on Waiting for a Star to Fall, and more.
Gen Z has declared war on the Millenials. They're coming for your side parts. Motive? Unknown.
While many Canadians struggled with mental health long before COVID-19, the pandemic has dealt a blow to many more. According to the Canadian Mental Health Association, 40 per cent of Canadians report that their mental health has deteriorated since last March. Nearly one-fifth of those surveyed have increased their substance use to cope. Our questi…
The Scottish writer and director spoke with Eleanor Wachtel about Charles Dickens, finding truth in satire, and his latest movie, The Personal History of David Copperfield.
Jackie Hildering is a whale researcher and photographer and educator on Vancouver Island. Check her website for some amazing photographs! https://themarinedetective.com/