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Exile

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Exile

Leo Baeck Institute – New York | Berlin and Antica Productions

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Welcome to Exile, a podcast about Jewish lives under the shadow of fascism. Narrated by award-winning screen and stage actor, Mandy Patinkin. Untold stories and firsthand accounts drawn from intimate letters, diaries and interviews found in the Leo Baeck Institute’s vast archive. Each episode, a story of beauty and danger that brings history to life. Because the past is always present. Starting November 1, episodes are released weekly every Tuesday. The Leo Baeck Institute, New York | Berlin ...
 
The Basement Revue gives listeners a front row seat to intimate performances by an impressive line-up of well-known Canadian artists. Musician Jason Collett, poet Damian Rogers and musician Torquil Campbell host some of this country's top authors, musicians, poets and storytellers including Joseph Boyden, Michael Ondaatje, Max Kerman and Tanya Tagaq.
 
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Hustled

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Hustled

Toronto Star, the Atkinson Foundation, & Antica Productions

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Apps have made ride-sharing, room-renting and ordering a meal easier than ever. The technology relies on a burgeoning workforce to support what's become known as the gig economy. But what does it mean when your boss is an app? Join host Sara Mojtehedzadeh as she follows a group of food couriers who are challenging the powerful business model -- in a fight that could redefine the future of work.
 
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Pivot to the Future with Will.i.am and Omar Abbosh

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Pivot to the Future with Will.i.am and Omar Abbosh

Antica Productions/Entertainment One with Will.i.am and Omar Abbosh

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An inspiring podcast series co-hosted by Omar Abbosh and will.i.am Commonly held beliefs about how to drive business growth aren’t going to cut it in today’s era of unprecedented technological and cultural upheaval. Forget things like fast following, cash cow milking and innovating on the “edge.” In each episode, you’ll hear rare insights from courageous leaders who are bravely reinventing reinvention. Omar and will.i.am break some rules and break down how to harness the winds of change to g ...
 
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As a highly trained German-Jewish physician with an interest in heredity and physical anthropology, William Nussbaum studied under some of the leading proponents of race science and eugenics at the University of Berlin. When the Nazis rise to power, rather than quit his inquiries, he launches a bold project to use the methods of race science to dis…
 
When controversial Berlin artist Lene Schneider-Kainer flees the safe confines of her posh marriage and life to retrace Marco Polo’s legendary voyage—with her new lover, a celebrity novelist —the adventure she seeks isn’t the one she gets. The scandalous choice turns her into a permanent exile, always seeking. The Art & Objects Collection of the Le…
 
It’s 1940. Western Europe is collapsing under Hitler’s onslaught. Famous Jewish dramaturg Kurt Hirschfeld flees to Switzerland. He forms a theatre collective that uses the stage to bravely rage against Hitler’s relentless war machine. But is it safe to be so daring, even after escaping Germany? The Kurt Hirschfeld Collection in the Archives of the …
 
Alice Urbach is the ‘Julia Child’ of Austria. When Hitler takes over, she flees, leaving everything behind, including the rights to her bestselling cookbook. Then the Nazis slap a German name on it. Decades after the War and Alice’s death, her granddaughters fight to restore her long-lost culinary legacy. Along with Alice Urbach’s Cooking the Vienn…
 
A young, Jewish librarian in New York named Florence Mendheim risks her life to spy on the growing Nazi movement in America. She passes herself off as a Nazi sympathizer, documenting the movement’s nefarious activities. Everything is on the line—her family, her work and her life—to try to halt hate in its tracks. As Nazism becomes a gathering storm…
 
Imagine a healthcare system that's so good, you might not need to go to the hospital. That was the vision of the late Bernard Tyson, the former chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente. Find out how the company is investing in new technologies such as AI and AR to bring healthcare right to your home, and why investing in preventative care not only cre…
 
In a wide-ranging interview with one of Silicon Valley’s most successful entrepreneurs, Omar and Will.i.am talk to Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn, partner at Greylock, bestselling author, and host of the massively popular podcast Masters of Scale…Reid tells us about his most important pivots, both personal and professional.…
 
For Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA), it’s about reinventing from the inside out to thrive amid a rapidly changing retail pharmacy market. Using data to reduce the manual workload and unlock trapped value the company is building worldwide neighborhood healthcare destinations. Listen in as WBA Co-COO Alex Gourlay discusses the company’s vision and str…
 
The CEO of Verizon Communications on leading the charge with the 5G network, and why it isn’t just a game-changer for U.S, but for the world. Find out how he pulled it off and why he plans to dominate the market in the years to come. And if you think smart phones have changed the way we live our lives, wait until you hear how 5G will upend everythi…
 
From pig iron to the Internet of Things, Omar and Will.i.am find out how Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO of Schneider Electric, has taken one of the oldest energy companies in the world and turned it into a powerhouse of cutting edge digital innovation. Jean-Pascal describes how he took a company known for standalone products to connecting everything to …
 
In this first episode of our new series, we look at how pivots have worked for both our hosts. Will.i.am started in music, an industry that demands constant reinvention. He opens up about transforming The Black Eyed Peas and its business model over the past two decades plus. He talks about his biggest pivot — becoming a tech entrepreneur, moving in…
 
In this final episode of our first season, we have a special something we call The Treatment, an idea brought to us by our friends Snowblink. It’s a collaborative exploration of the questions “Can art heal?” and “Do we tell the truth when we talk about ourselves?” In a theatrical reinterpretation of a therapy session, Torquil Campbell performs the …
 
This episode is jam packed with some of the finest “musicians’ musicians” Toronto has to offer — Doug Paisley; Bernice; and a rare one from The Basement Revue vaults by Jennifer Castle, an outtake from a poignant show we did in 2014 for missing and murdered Indigenous women. Montreal’s poet extraordinaire David McGimpsey reads from his latest work …
 
In this episode, we get a double shot of East Coast talent — Newfoundland’s eminent songwriter Amelia Curran; the trifecta of Sloan’s Chris Murphy, Superfriends’ Matt Murphy, and The Inbreds Mike ONeil coming together in their new outfit TUNS — and the brilliant Lynn Crosbie shares a New Year’s story and joins Torquil Campbell and Damian Rogers to …
 
Welcome to the first episode of The Basement Revue Podcast. For 9 years we’ve been throwing this wildly popular, half-literary-half-music series in a subterranean venue called The Dakota in Toronto’s west end. It’s a cross-pollinating variety show with a veritable who’s-who of contemporary Canadian fiction, music and poetry. In this episode, one of…
 
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