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The Loop is your guide to the ins and outs of Edmonton. Host Tara McCarthy takes you behind the stories from the CBC Edmonton newsroom, to dig deeper and bring you closer to your city and community.
Veteran musicians Steve Witschel and Tony Bienert are here to inform, entertain, and delight you with all topics related to playing music in a cover band...and everything that comes with it!
Community Bible Church in Anaheim, California The Official Podcast Platform✅ CBC is a new church with deep roots, growing out of the merger of two Orange County California congregations. Bible Church of Buena Park was founded in 1933, and Anaheim Community Church began in 1936. The two churches combined their people and pastors in 2018 to constitute a new work. Housed on the grounds of the Anaheim congregation, CBC aims to be a vibrant ministry known for expository preaching, discipleship, a ...
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.
Up-close and intimate performances by some of Canada’s best musicians, recorded live off the CBC studio floor.
Youth leaders delve deep into what makes Canada… Canada. These speeches produced by the CBC and The Walrus Talks examine the values we hold dear and ask what we desire for the future of our country.
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.
As Canada's most trusted audio newscast, The World This Hour brings you a Canadian perspective on what's happening here, and around the world right now... wherever and whenever you want it.
CBC Radio's The Current is a meeting place of perspectives with a fresh take on issues that affect Canadians today.
The Secret Life of Canada is a history podcast about the country you know and the stories you don't.
The Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
Under the Influence gives listeners a rare backstage pass into the hallways, boardrooms and recording studios of the ad industry. Join host and adman Terry O’Reilly for fascinating (and humorous) stories that connect the dots between pop culture, marketing and human nature.
The World at Six is your destination for coverage, context and analysis of the day's top stories. It's a showcase for the best in CBC journalism prepared by reporters in Canada and around the world.
The Eyeopener sets the agenda for the day, asking the questions that need to be answered and bringing compelling local stories to Calgarians
The World This Weekend is a dynamic half-hour program that showcases first-rate journalism on the news of the day from Canada and around the world. We tell stories you won't hear anywhere else that connect you with remote places and people.
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.
CBC Radio’s The Sunday Magazine is a lively, wide-ranging mix of topical long-form conversations, engaging ideas and more. Each week, host Piya Chattopadhyay takes time for deep exploration, but also makes space for surprise, delight and fun.
High-stakes storytelling at its most artful and human — radio documentary on the next level. Stories lived, stories told.
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's Shelagh Rogers travels the country, conversing with authors and readers of all kinds. A new episode every Monday.
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 Dose is a weekly look at the health news that matters to you. Dr. Brian Goldman brings you the best science from top experts in plain language. He cuts through the BS and confusion to give you a dose of smart advice that you won’t find anywhere else.
The Story Store takes orders from real kids and turns their suggestions into hilarious, fun-filled adventures! Run by CBC Kids hosts Mr. Orlando the Moose and Gary the Unicorn, every Story Store episode features a group of performers bringing original stories to life with fresh takes on genres, sweet songs and lots of laughs. Don’t miss the discussion questions at the end of each episode!
The arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver in December 2018 placed Canada in the middle of a global trade war. Stephen Quinn narrates a story of international intrigue set against a dramatic battle to dominate the economies of the future.
Kaitlin Prest, creator and host of the Prix-Italia winner The Heart, presents the first audio fiction from CBC Podcasts. The Shadows is a story about the anatomy of a relationship: a crush, a choice, ...
The Heart is an audio art project and podcast about intimacy and humanity.
Science fiction author David Barr Kirtley talks geek culture with guests such as Neil Gaiman (#253), George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Wil Wheaton (#398), Bill Nye (#273), Margaret Atwood (#94), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy has appeared on recommended podcast lists from NPR, The Guardian, The A.V. Club, BBC America, CBC Radio, WVXU, io9, Omni, The Strand, Library Journal, and Popular Mechanics. CBC Radio writes, "You may n ...
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.
Host Justin Ling explores the numerous cases of missing and murdered men in Toronto's gay community, dating back to the 1970s. What social forces allowed these cases to go unsolved, or even unnoticed? Learn more about these cases in “Missing From The Village,” Justin Ling’s new book, available Sept. 29th from McClelland & Stewart.
This investigative series unravels a complicated web of five decades of historical sexual abuse involving dozens of teens–preyed upon by three teachers. Warnings were ignored, abuse continued, and the ...
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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.
The Hook delivers New Brunswick stories that capture your attention and make you want more. The stories might be humorous or serious or just entertaining. But they will always be thought-provoking.
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.
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.
Host Gloria Macarenko delves into our fraught love affair with the iconic and endangered Southern Resident Killer Whales who have become political poster children for climate change. What’s killing J ...
The Disruptors is the best of The Current's stories about people, ideas and events that are upsetting the orthodoxy for better or worse … changing how we live, our sense of ourselves, and society.
Join top food writer Chris Nuttall-Smith for an obsessive, fascinating journey through the hidden stories of the things we eat. Each episode chows down on one food phenomenon, revealing the unexpected cultural ingredients. Part science, part business, part psychology — always fresh and delicious.
Peter Mansbridge hosts the country's most-watched political panel, with Chantal Hébert, Andrew Coyne and Bruce Anderson debating the week's hot topics on Parliament Hill. Plus, feature interviews with political leaders and newsmakers.
When Sheree Fertuck’s truck is found abandoned, suspicions grow around what happened to her. This CBC investigation uncovers a story of guns, violence, and loss -- and of the gravel pit that could still hold clues about her disappearance.
We pull back the curtain on Canada's premiere music awards show and go deeper into the top winning songs with a Canadian master musician.
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On today's show: our Unconventional Panel debates the recently proposed idea of making Alberta's official sport rodeo; take an island getaway in the heart of the city. We visit Elbow Island Park, The Wandering Island in the southwest; the Calgary Chinese Orchestra's latest project showcases artists from around the world. The woman who put it all to…
Downton Abbey alumnus Dan Stevens talks about reuniting with his former stage co-star Dame Judi Dench in a new film adaptation of Noël Coward's comedy classic Blithe Spirit, the latest chapter in the actor's highly prolific and unpredictable career. Cree poet Louise Bernice Halfe discusses the significance of her new position as Canada's parliament…
The CBC's Rachel Cave has been looking into the "Icelandic Model" New Brunswick hopes to emulate in order to promote better health for young people.
Is there too much corporate concentration in the fishing industry? The Fish harvesters union launches an ad campaign to inform the public. Too many medical masks are ending up in the ocean and endangering wildlife.
Pastor Edward Caballero explains Jesus' parable about persevering in prayer in Luke 11:5-13. Visit us at Community-Bible.com for more information, resources & sermons. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cbcanaheim/message
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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…
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…
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.
Today we welcome drummer Mike Shulte of The Pork Tornadoes—one of the premiere cover bands in the United States. We'll be talking to Mike about how his band has kept busy through the pandemic, what strategies they are using to continue to build their online audience, and much more! We'll also be playing another round of Stump The Drummer to see how…
When COVID-19 raged through Steinbach, Man., last November, Filipino-Canadian Lester Quives got sick and ended up in a coma. When his wife Christie-Mae shared their story online, she received an outpouring of support from around the world. We hear their story as part of our virtual road trip, Canada's Road Ahead, and talk to Filipino advocate Kris …
The Magpie River in Quebec has officially been granted personhood, a recognition of its rights that could thwart future plans to harness the river for hydroelectric power. We hear what that means, and what's at stake, from Pier-Olivier Boudreault, with the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society's Quebec division.…
In a world first, a German court has convicted a former Assad regime intelligence officer with crimes against humanity, involving torture during Syria's civil war. We discuss the case with Mai El-Sadany, a human rights lawyer with the Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy; Wafa Mustafa, a Syrian journalist and activist living in Germany; Bill Wil…
This week, we look at famous Animals in Advertising. The ad industry has a long history of using animals in commercials. From Spuds MacKenzie the original party animal to the majestic Budweiser Clydesdales to Morris the finicky Cat, they all have fascinating stories to tell.
Duckworth Street business owners say they took a big hit from the Water Street pedestrian mall last year...and this summer they want in on the action.
Check in with the Bennett family we told you about last week.
Dr. Alika Lafontaine is the first Indigenous person to be elected as the president of the Canadian Medical Association. He discusses bringing change to the Canadian medical community, and the lessons learned in the pandemic.
Health Canada approved the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine Friday, but the National Advisory Committee on Immunization has warned against giving it to people who are 65 or older. And while the Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines require two doses, recommended three to four weeks apart, B.C. is pursuing a plan to delay the second dose by four months, in…
The It was going to revolutionize medical recordkeeping in New Brunswick. According to Auditor general Kim Adair-MacPherson the rollout of a new provincial electronic system was a failure. We talk to our medical health columnist Dr. Mike Simon to get his thoughts.
The government of Ontario has extended a moratorium on young people aging out of care at 18, and proposed more changes to help them transition successfully out of the system. We talk to a teen in care, and we hear from Bryant Doradea and Sandra Vena, who have already been through the system. And we discuss the proposed changes with Irwin Elman, the…
A plan to shrink the downtown pedestrian mall this summer is not going over well with some of the businesses that would be left out. We hear some concerns from a local business owner, and a response from a St. John's councillor.
Clarity for seniors...If you're 70-plus and have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine, the province's seniors advocate is here to answer some questions.
Wedding season is around the corner, or is it? We'll check in with couple of wedding planners on how the pandemic has impacted their line of work.
With kids in Canada mostly back in classrooms, more kids are testing positive for COVID-19. So how do you know if your kid has COVID? Infectious disease physician Dr. Janine McCready breaks down the symptoms, the best tests for kids, and how to lower the risk of your kid getting sick.
COVID-19 often robs people of their sense of smell and taste — a particular problem for chefs and food writers. We talk to foodies Jenni Lessard, Suriya Bala and Justin Burke about what that experience was like, and hear some tips about regaining those senses from Barry Smith, the founding director of the Centre for the Study of the Senses at the U…
A U.S. report lays the blame for journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder at the feet of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. We discuss the fallout from the report, and what it means for other Saudi dissidents, with Washington Post reporter Sarah Dddouch, and Ben Hubbard, Beirut bureau chief for the New York Times and author of MBS: The Rise to …
With a critical housing shortage, residents of Eabametoong First Nation in northern Ontario are forced to live in makeshift homes, exposed and uninsulated in temperatures that sometimes reach below -40 C. We talk to Sol Mamakwa, the NDP MPP for the Kiiwetinoong riding in Ontario, who's trying to help.…
Monica Chaperlin is the first recipient of the Erminie Cohen Compassion Award, for her dedication to helping children without permanent families. She speaks with Julia Wright about the honor and her work in the community.
Green Party Leader David Coon wants a public inquiry into the handling of suicidal youth by the province's emergency rooms. That's after the death last week of Lexi Daken. The Fredericton-area teen waited 8 hours in the Chalmers ER desperate for help, but never got it. Coon speaks with Julia Wright about his callfor an inquiry.…
The Globe and Mail's health columnist, André Picard, says he's sick of reading reports on the pandemic's devastating toll on long-term care homes, because "they all say the same thing … and we don't really act on them." He talks to Matt Galloway about his new book Neglected No More: The Urgent Need to Improve the Lives of Canada's Elders in the Wak…
Did you know that Canada and Denmark “battled” over a small, barren island in the far north for decades? Among their weapons: Canadian whiskey and Danish schnapps. In today’s crash course, the strange but true story of "a cheeky little spat" known as The Whiskey War.
Newfoundland and Labrador rolled out its plan on Friday, but some say it falls short of helping those who need it the most.
For people who work in animal adoptions, it's been a banner year.
Acclaimed actress and director Jodie Foster talks about her new film, The Mauritanian, and how it fits into a career full of roles that involve fighting for justice. Hollywood writer and producer Rodney Barnes discusses his graphic novel series Killadelphia — about a vampire who was once a U.S. president — and how the story weaves in the deeper the…
At 75 years young, our next guest just recorded her first album!
On today's show: what the Calgary Chamber of Commerce has to say about the city's strategy to help struggling businesses pay their property taxes and the province's decision to wait on easing business restrictions; it's tax season and filing your return this year might be a little more complicated than usual. We get some tips from the CBC's persona…