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Carolina Outdoors Show Sponsored By Jesse Brown's Outdoors Bill Bartee and Don Yager bring their passion and years of outdoor experience to the airwaves of WBT each Saturday morning at 5am. If it's an outdoor adventure they've done it or they know someone who has and they spend an hour each weekend sharing those adventures with you. Take a look at this list and see if any of these interest you: Scouting a field for dove turkey or deer Paddling both on flat and white water Climbing rock on th ...
 
#keepgoing Conversations is a brand new U-ology101 series that highlights the journeys of some of the most dynamic and engaging personalities across the globe, giving a bird's eye view into how each of these individuals uncovered their passions. We hang out in some of their favourite locations, their comfort zones, and get candid and casual about their thoughts on the pursuit of one's passion, and what they think it takes to "Make Your Passions, Work for You." About Jesse Jones and U-ology10 ...
 
DUNZO! is an unfiltered revisit of the celebrity and “celeb-reality” relationships you thought you knew everything about. Each week is an intricate exploration of celebrity hookups, famous friendships, and fictional relationships, detailing how they affected the world around them (for better or worse). The show is hosted by Troy McEady, a student of all things pop culture and with steal-trap memory. Listeners tune in for his enthusiasm, infections laugh and endless knowledge about It Girls, ...
 
'Don't Alert The Stans' is a music and pop-culture podcast with a marked focus on stan culture. Join your hosts Nic (@IAmNtyrell), Sope (@SopeSoetan) and Eden (@EedsMcKenzie) as they examine the trending topics of the week, new releases and mercilessly debate your favourite artists. Controversial and wild options aplenty, no artist is safe. This isn't for the faint-hearted or easily triggered. Get involved in the conversation at #DATSPOD Email - Datspod@gmail.com
 
"The Sword of Deborah" contains the reflections of a woman journalist visiting women working behind the lines in France during World War I. She writes: "I was glad to have seen all the different convoys I had, because no two had been to me alike, and to each I am indebted for a differing expression of the same vision, which is the vision splendid of a duty undertaken gladly and sustained with courage. From my first convoys -- the Fannies and the G.S.V.A.D.'s -- I got the wonderful facts of i ...
 
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Consider this weeks episode pure self-care because there's nothing more comforting than trying to get to the bottom of why Julia Roberts was so charming in Pretty Woman. Troy and friend of the pod, Hannah Brown, spend the hour discussing some of the most iconic romantic comedy queens and how they impacted the genre. Download Best Fiends FREE on the…
 
Reporting on the occupation of Palestine is "all stick, no carrot." And Canada's National Newspaper Awards is more like the Golden Globes than we thought. Writer and researcher Dalya al-Masri co-hosts. Further reading: A bit more background on why Duncan McCue's apologized for saying "Palestine" on air Michelle Latimer "breaks her silence" here Thi…
 
This week, we took the final cinematic plunge into the Firefly 'verse with a viewing of the movie, Serenity. Josh and Kylie talk us through their emotions, wishes, and laments at the culmination of the series, and what it feels like to be at the end of their first-ever Firefly viewing experience. The crew lets all their love for the show and our fa…
 
Welcome back to Don’t Alert the Stans! For this week’s episode, Eden and Sope hold it down as a duo while Nic takes another week off to regroup. Kicking off the news agenda this week is Tion Wayne and Russ Millions whose collaborative single ‘Body’ has topped the UK Singles Chart. Becoming the first ever drill song to achieve this feat (35:00). Nex…
 
Migrant farm workers aren't the only temporary foreign workers who have been largely forgotten and failed during the pandemic. Producer Sula Greene brings us the voices of workers some of us see every day but who nevertheless often remain invisible. What do these women endure to become Permanent Residents of Canada, and is that goal even possible g…
 
Now seems like the perfect time to revisit the biggest comeback from a legacy artist in music history! Troy is joined by fellow deep-thinking Britney Spears fan, Molly Lambert, for a revisit of the 2008 album, Circus. They spend the next two hours breaking down why this could possibly be the most special album in her entire discography. Go to www.f…
 
Torstar publishes pro-gambling content now. And the Rogers family vacation at Mar-a-Lago. Data journalist David Weisz co-hosts. Further reading: See Steve McAllister's Torstar contributions about sports betting here; David duly noted CBC's The Big Spend, which takes a look at COVID spending; David also duly noted Humber's Storylab Surviving Hate pr…
 
For this week’s episode, Eden and Nic hold it down as a duo while Sope takes this week off to regroup. In this episode the duo discuss technology changes in the music space, as Soundcloud receives investment from Siriusxm (34:00). Saweetie takes a chance by being vulnerable with her recent performance anxieties (57:50), and Teyana Taylor discusses …
 
This week we are joined by none other than the Hero of Canton, the man they call Jayne himself, Adam Baldwin! Through our wonderful Shepherd Suzi, we were connected directly with our favorite non-Baldwin Baldwin who graciously spoke with us about his experiences on set, the connections between the cast and fans, and weighed in on some of our more p…
 
In 1972, the government funded an absurd study to measure the impact of cannabis on productivity. Show Notes: Young women were sequestered in a hospital ward for 98 days and administered daily doses of super-potent, government-grown marijuana. They smoked 2 joints a day while weaving macrame belts for money. Their story is the subject of a new indi…
 
This week's episode could only be described as DEEPLY nostalgic and VERY special. Troy is joined by Michael Cadoch from the Planet 2000’s podcast for an indulgent revisit of the Spice Girls 1996 debut album, Spice. (Troy also makes a highly anticipated special announcement at the top of the episode!) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphon…
 
Media reacts to a perplexing Court decision on Bill 21, Quebec’s law banning some public servants from wearing religious symbols. And Rebel News is facing new scrutiny. CANADALAND's French language media correspondent Emilie Nicolas co-hosts. Further reading: See The New York Times piece on Caolan Robertson speaking about Rebel News here See The Ca…
 
In this extra-large by necessity episode, the crew gathers in the galley to discuss the series finale of Firefly, Objects in Space. Josh realizes that he doesn't want the story to be over, and is finally brought all the way up to speed on the difference between Serenity, the pilot episode and Serenity, the movie. Kylie jumps into the Twitter waters…
 
Ever since the Canadian government announced recommendations that adults from Indigenous and racialized communities should be given priority for a COVID-19 vaccination, accusations of reverse racism have filled comment sections and social media posts. Now, racial minorities with vaccine priority are facing racism and other structural barriers to ge…
 
Well folks, Jesse and Troy's ride on the Ashlee Simpson train has reached it's final destination. We're closing out of our Ashlee journey with her most unique and experimental album to date, Bittersweet World! They spend the hour dissenting all of the Timbaland produced tracks, one by one. And, as promised, they open the episode by revisiting some …
 
As provinces fail spectacularly to control the third wave of the pandemic, is the press adequately holding them to account, or making things worse? And what are the ethics of publishing a a picture of a nude MP accidentally caught on Zoom? Freelance journalist Justin Ling co-hosts. This episode is supported by Our Darkest Day, Squarespace, and Fres…
 
Welcome back to Don’t Alert the Stans! For this week’s episode, Eden and Sope hold it down as a duo while Nic takes this week off to regroup. Kicking off the episode is the latest developments in what seems to be a long-running saga. Justin Timberlake’s questionable antics from years before, continue to bite him where it hurts almost 20 years later…
 
This week we had planned to cover the Firefly series finale, Objects in Space, but Josh and Kylie had a sudden kitty emergency! Don't worry, the fur babies are safe, happy, and healthy now. But without our Firefly newbs, we couldn't discuss the series finale, so instead we called our big sisters Meg and Carla from Bed, Wed, or Behead and played a l…
 
Filmmaker Daniel Lombroso spent four years following Lauren Southern, Richard Spencer, and Mike Cernovich with a camera, as their stars rose and the bigotry and xenophobia they championed went mainstream. The result is White Noise, a feature-length documentary produced by The Atlantic. And though they’re less prominent these days, and we might be e…
 
Somehow we’ve made it 186 episode into this podcast without REALLY discussing the album that helped set the tone for pop music in the 2010’s... Blackout! Thankfully, that changes today. Troy is joined by his friend, Kirbie Johnson, from Gloss Angeles podcast, for a deeply nostalgic revisit of Britney’s 2007 magnus opus. Learn more about your ad cho…
 
GraceLife Church and Montreal riots against public health directives had us wondering why mainstream narratives about vaccine hesitancy focus so much on racialized communities. And journalists are officially hella tired. Freelance journalist Fatima Syed and Torstar Editor Evy Kwong co-host. Further reading: Evy's piece to combat vaccine hesitancy h…
 
Welcome back to Don’t Alert the Stans!For this week’s episode, the boys are joined by Sharine Taylor. Based in Toronto, Taylor is an award-winning music + culture writer/critic of Jamaican origin. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, WePresent, Dazed, Nylon, Noisey, The FADER, Shondaland, Pitchfork, and many other notable publications. Befo…
 
In this, our penultimate episode of Firefly (don't worry, we're gonna cover the movie too), David Black of Spatial Anomaly returns to discuss its successes and failures. Josh wonders if he could be in the room for a childbirth, while Kylie assures him he doesn't have to find out soon. Ricky D's shuttle gets an upgrade as well! We'd also love to tha…
 
The Landlord Credit Bureau lets landlords review their tenants and report their payment habits. The information is shared with other landlords, and it can damage a tenant’s credit rating. But is that legal? In the midst of the pandemic, Hamilton resident Joey Nicol and her partner found they’d been signed up for the Landlord Credit Bureau by their …
 
This week’s episode is definitely one for the books! Troy is joined by Lisa and Jaclyn of the EatPrayBritney podcast for a very special revisit of Britney’s unreleased Original Doll album. They’ll not only examine each track, but they’ll also be breaking down the lyrics and discussing how this album could have changed the world had it been released…
 
An uprising of frontline workers forces change to COVID policies. And with a major merger in the works, a telecom giant makes the case that less competition is good for Canada. Freelance journalist Nora Loreto co-hosts. This episode is brought to you by Dispatch Coffee, Kilne, and Squarespace. Support CANADALAND: http://canadalandshow.com/join See …
 
This week we're joined by Chip from Marvel Canon Madness to discuss what a crew should oughtta do when they come across a stumbling friend. Ricky D also takes a moment to offer an apology, while simultaneously doubting the legitimacy of MCM's followers...Kylie sends us a wave from deep within thematically consistent territory, while the real power …
 
Restaurants have struggled badly during the pandemic. But food writer Suresh Doss takes us to a parking lot, a subway stop, and a home cook’s kitchen to show us a thriving underground food scene. This episode first aired on September 20, 2020. It is brought to you by Our Darkest Day, Pandemic University and Article. Additional music by Audio Networ…
 
If you thought the Ashlee Simpson train only had one stop you were sadly mistaken. Now would be a good time to stand in a circle with your girls and clap your hands, because Troy is joined, once again, by new friend of the pod, Jesse Chambliss for the deepest of deep dives into Ashlee’s incredibly underrated follow up album, I Am Me. Learn more abo…
 
CBC puts an end to Randy Bachman’s Vinyl Tap after just 16 years of self-indulgent, uninspiring radio. What will take its place? And it turns out one of the reporters who's most friendly to Doug Ford is in a relationship with the Premier’s director of media relations. Fucked Up singer and Turned Out A Punk host Damian Abraham co-hosts. Read Jonatha…
 
Welcome back to Don’t Alert the Stans! For this week’s episode, the boys kick off the news agenda discussing The U.S. National Library of Congress. It has been announced that select works from LaBelle Janet Jackson, Nas and Jimmy Cliff are among the newest inductees into their catalogue for their cultural and historical significance. Sope initially…
 
This week we're joined by Roy, the Intrepid DM to discuss the controversial return of a character from Mal's recent past! Josh hints at some deeply personal pain at the hands of an unknown redhead, while Kylie likes Nathan Fillion, but doesn't like like him. We don't even know where to begin with Ricky D. Oh and there's a podrace between Bestflix a…
 
A site called SeaWestNews describes Alexandra Morton as “BC’s loudest anti-salmon farming activist,” and her writing as “rambling” and “conspiracy-laden.” Originally a whale biologist from California, Morton was shocked into activism when her research revealed the devastating results of industrialized salmon farming. Since then, she’s been subject …
 
It's been far too long since we've had a good throuple moment here on DUNZO!, so this week's episode is more than needed! Troy is joined by Ky from @TheRealHouswivesOrders for a truly messy revisit of Brandi Glanville, LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian's scandalous tabloid timeline. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Are stories about vaccine efficacy doing more harm than good? And Canadian politicians are following a road paved by Trump, singling out critics for scorn. Montreal Gazette health reporter Aaron Derfel co-hosts. This episode was brought to you by Dispatch Coffee, Pandemic University, Squarespace, and HelloFresh. Support CANADALAND: http://canadalan…
 
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