Best Bathurst podcasts we could find (Updated February 2019)
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Our host AJ Hawkins is joined by Erebus Motorsport's 2017 Bathurst 1000 winner David Reynolds and journalists Will Dale ( and Lewis Isaacs for an alternate take on the latest in Supercars.
Hut 33
BBC Radio 4 sitcom set at Bletchley Park in 1941, written by James Cary who appears in it with Olivia Colman, Tom Goodman-Hill, Robert Bathurst, Fergus Craig, Alex McQueen and Lil Roughley. Hut 33 follows the comic adventures of a misfit team of codebreakers forced to share a draughty wooden hut as they try to break German ciphers. Broadcast in 18 episodes from 2007 to 2009.
Information Morning from CBC Moncton is your essential source of news, weather, traffic and stories from your community. Join Jonna weekday mornings.
CarAdvice (HD)
Join the team to catch up on the latest car news, car reviews and goss from the automotive industry.
Joseph Planta interviews authors, journalists, celebrities and more.
Those Conspiracy Guys is an Irish comedy podcast where we discuss all types and genres of conspiracy theories, paranormal happenings and true crime from Atlantean myths to Zapruder films; from ghosts and demons to alien abductions; from werewolves and vampires to CIA assassins and Russian spies. We have a big episode every two weeks, a True Crime show every other week and loads of other stuff every so often and you can head over to the website for details.Our aim is to cast a light into the ...
Theatre and Comedy from the heart of the Edinburgh Fringe. Live stand-up, interviews, music, features, dirty gossip and more from the Pleasance Courtyard and Pleasance Dome.
Editors and reviewers from AudioFile Magazine give their recommendations for the best audiobook listening Monday through Friday. Find your next great audiobook. Plus bonus episodes of in-depth conversations with the best voices in the audiobook world.
The Whole Circle is created by Jo and Tracey, two sisters on a mission to inspire you to live the best life possible. They have a whole lot of fun, they keep it real and never profess to be perfect! Jo and Tracey live an additive-free lifestyle, they both have families, children, husbands and run a successful food blog called Additive-Free Lifestyle. This show is designed to talk about all things health, wellness, food, family & is going to inspire you to change the way you look at 'life'. L ...
An informed, humorous and irreverent look at motoring and transport from Australia and overseas. Featuring motoring & transport news, road tests, feature interviews & quirky stories. Overdrive is not just for 'rev heads' but covers subjects in a manner that reflects on our everyday transport experiences as well as our dreams and aspirations for more exotic transport. Presented by motoring broadcaster David Brown with regular contributors Errol Smith, David Campbell, Brian Smith and Paul Murr ...
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Famous Western lawman and scout Wild Bill Hickok is the subject of this new biography. Go beyond the legends and folklore--the real Wild Bill was more than a dime-novel titan and every bit a larger-than-life character. Published by Macmillan Audio. Read the full review of WILD BILL at For more free audiobook recommendation ...…
Is the Restigouche Hospital Centre as safe as the head of the Vitalité health network says it is? New Brunswick's ombud, Charles Murray, says he's not convinced. At least, not yet.
Moncton music star Travis Cormier talks about his early influences, his latest album, and what it's been like to follow his dream.
The Friends of Fundy have organized the first ever Harness Dog Sports event at Fundy Park. Micha Fardy is executive director of the group.
Jenna MacNeil of Pickle Planet Moncton has a long list of ideas to keep your family busy during the long weekend.
Author Alan Bradley and narrator Jayne Entwistle join us for a bonus episode to talk about the Flavia de Luce series. Flavia, Bradley’s 11-year-old sleuth, has just solved her tenth mystery, THE GOLDEN TRESSES OF THE DEAD. Flavia lives in the village of Bishop’s Lacy, in 1950s England. She’s passionate about poisons – although she’s almost as i ...…
Four narrators, including the author, bring Deborah Eisenberg’s much-anticipated story collection to life, and listeners will be delighted with the variety of topics. Six tales take the listener through a range of emotions. Published by Harper Audio. Read the full review of YOUR DUCK IS MY DUCK at For more free audiobook r ...…
MAIN EPISODEOn this episode of Those Conspiracy Guys we talk about arguably one of the most famous people on the planet; whose legacy is honoured in the four corners of the world, whose life showed us the possibility in diversity and whose mysterious death left unanswered questions and suspicions to this day; this episode is all about Bruce Lee ...…
This week, you are joined by Mandy Turner, Kez Casey, and Mike Stevens. In car news, the Mitsubishi ASX, the BMW X3 M and X4 M, and the Alpina B7 XDrive have been revealed. Plus, the Fiat 500C Spiaggina '58 has been confirmed for Australia, and the Liberal National Party has proposed manufacturers to share service data with independent repairer ...…
In this week’s episode of The Whole Circle Podcast we uncover the truth about our food with the inspiring Vani Hari from Food Babe. We’ve totally got a fan crush interviewing Vani today! We have been wanting to interview her for a long time, so we are so excited to bring you this episode. We hope you get as much out of it as we did. Vani Hari i ...…
Many bus passengers in Moncton took to social media Wednesday to complain that Codiac Transpo's buses were running in spite of the bad weather. Isabelle LeBlanc speaks for the city of Moncton.
If a nice Valentine's Day dinner is on your menu, our guests have some tantalizing ideas. Michel Savoie is the chef/owner of Les Brumes du Coude in Moncton and Jordan Holden is chef at Tony's Bistro, also in Moncton.
Zookeeper’s son Pi Patel is alone on a 26-foot raft with a hyena, an orangutan, a zebra, and a 450-pound Bengal tiger with the incongruous name of Richard Parker. Definitely not a Disney movie, this is a realistic, heart-thumping audiobook that Vikas Adam delivers with verve, intelligence, and sensitivity. Published by Audible, Inc. Read the fu ...…
For the past week, we've heard about serious issues at the Restigouche Hospital Centre. That includes "mistreatment and inadequate care" of vulnerable patients. CBC's Karissa Donkin met with two fathers who are speaking out about their sons' experience at the hospital.
Doctors are being warned to keep an eye out for cases of measles in Canada. They are also encountering patients who ask "what's the big deal?" with measles. Dr. Raj Bhardwaj joins us with some answers.
Yesterday on Information Morning, we heard about a new Connection Centre that's opening in Moncton next month for sex workers. Today, CBC's Vanessa Blanch brings us the stories of two women who used to be sex workers and who will be among the volunteers.
The writer and UBC Creative Writing department poetry professor Ian Williams discusses his debut novel Reproduction (Random House, 2019), with Joseph Planta. Reproduction by Ian Williams (Random House, 2019). Click to buy this book from Reproduction Text of introduction by Joseph Planta: I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver, Britis ...…
The renowned therapist and author Janice Berger discusses her recent release, an audio book, A Conversation About Emotional Fitness (with Geraint Wyn Davies), the importance of addressing childhood abuse and neglect, and gaining personal healing and growth, with Joseph Planta. Text of introduction by Joseph Planta: I am Planta: On the Line, in ...…
Lee Israel was a writer who was down on her luck and turned to forging letters from celebrities, including playwrights Lillian Hellman and Noel Coward, in order to stay afloat. The recent film with Melissa McCarthy is based on this memoir of literary forger Israel. Published by Simon & Schuster Audio. Read the full review of CAN YOU EVER FORGIV ...…
On tonight's episode of CarAdvice TV, Paul Maric and Trent Nikolic get stuck into hot hatches – which one should you be dropping your money on? And, the RAM 1500, is it the optimal towing vehicle? And the guys answer your latest questions on the advice segment.
The former journalist and beloved bongo poet from Moncton passed away last week. He spoke with Jonna in 2016 when he was launching a CD of his poetry readings called Kicks.
In just a couple of days, athletes and coaches from New Brunswick will leave for Red Deer to compete in the 2019 Canada Winter Games. Nicolle Smith is the Chef de Mission for Team NB, leading the group of 200 athletes.
Gilles Lanteigne, CEO of the Vitalite Health Network spoke to Campbellton City Councillors last night about the situation at Restigouche Hospital Centre. He joins us this morning.
In response to the growing concern around sex workers in downtown Moncton, the city's Sex Workers Action Group, or S.W.A.G., is trying something new.
The award-winning journalist Curt Petrovich discusses his new book Blamed and Broken: The Mounties and the Death of Robert Dziekanski (Dundurn, 2019), with Joseph Planta. Blamed and Broken: The Mounties and the Death of Robert Dziekanski by Curt Petrovich (Dundurn, 2019). Click to buy this book from Blamed and Broken Text of introduc ...…
The comedian Harris Anderson discusses his debut comedy album Above and Beyond, a 604 Records release, performing, comedy and more, with Joseph Planta. Text of introduction by Joseph Planta: I am Planta: On the Line, in Vancouver, British Columbia, at Harris Anderson’s debut comedy album Above and Beyond is a terrific showcase ...…
A tiny uninhabited island off the coast of Western Australia is the setting for this unusual novel that views the difficulties of the immigrant experience as seen through the eyes of nine asylum seekers. After a storm destroys their boat, the survivors drift on the ocean in a dilapidated skiff. They have no idea where they are. An Earphones Awa ...…
We mark Black History Month with Fidel Franco, co-creator of the Black in the Maritimes podcast. Fidel talks about police street checks and immigration.
We speak to Bruce Lourie, one of the authors of Slow Death By Rubber Duck, an environmental exposé that made a splash when it came out a decade ago. It has now been updated and reprinted to mark the anniversary.
RCMP,the coroner and the Vitalite health network are investigating the death of a patient at a psychiatric hospital in Campbellton this weekend. The death came two days after the province's Ombud released a report probing complaints of mistreatment at the centre. We're joined by former New Brunswick Ombud and Child and Youth Advocate Bernard Ri ...…
The creators of the Black in the Maritimes podcast created a playlist for our show to mark Black History Month. Their selections are: HIGH by Sinful Poet - THERE WAS A TIME by James Brown - REMEMBER TO REMEMBER by Shad - RASPBERRY BERET by Prince
Jessica Farris, a makeup artist in New York City, participates in a study of morals and ethics as a quick way to make money—but things get very personal very quickly. Psychologist Dr. Shields leads the study, but has other plans for Jessica. Two skilled narrators give alternating perspectives. Published by Macmillan Audio. Read the full review ...…
Fangzhou He is a 26-year-old comedian from China, now living in Canada. He's in Moncton for the HubCap Comedy Festival. You can see him perform Friday night at 9:00 at the Tide & Boar Ballroom, and on Saturday afternoon at 2:00 at our CBC Open Mic Winner's Show at the Pump House.
The ombud's latest report describes a series of failures and negligent treatment at the Restigouche Health Centre, New Brunswick's only psychiatric hospital. Health Minister Ted Flemming responds.
That's the theme of a prom in Moncton for young people with special needs. Jonna Brewer speaks with organizer Jennie Baker.
Education officials are scrambling after a ten-year-old girl from Elsipogtog First Nation brought home a book from school containing a racist stereotype.
James Baldwin’s 1974 novel is the basis for Barry Jenkins’s recent film. Written from the perspective of 19-year-old Tish, the story of great love and great injustice is searing. Narrator Bahni Turpin delivers the raw power of Baldwin’s storytelling, and the sweet love of Tish and Fonny. Published by Blackstone Audio. Read the full review of IF ...…
CarAdvice's Rob Margeit spoke with Mark Webber at the 2019 Bathurst 12 Hour, where he got the chance to talk to him about his role with Porsche, if he misses racing, his thoughts on Formula-E racing and robo racing, and much more.
On this week's podcast, you're joined by Mandy Turner, Paul Maric, and Mike Costello. In car news, the Hyundai i30N Fastback will be debuting in Australia in March or April, and the 2020 Mazda CX-6 (or could it be a CX-3?) SUV has been previewed. Plus, the 2020 Volkswagen Passat facelift and 2019 Range Rover Velar SVAutobiography Dynamic Editio ...…
The action movie Miss Bala puts a TV star in jeopardy inside America's drug war.
A tow truck driver was injured Tuesday night on the Trans Canada Highway near Moncton when he was struck by a car while changing a tire. Andrew Aker is a tow truck company owner who has been calling on the province to include tow trucks in its Move Over legislation.
Breast cancer survivors who undergo mastectomies and reconstructive surgeries are often left with scars that are a constant reminder of the disease. For the last few years, a tattoo artist in Nauwigewauk near Hampton has been covering up those scars with body art.
You may know Dylan Mahaney as the flossing realtor from Moncton. He finished third in our Open Mic comedy contest.
MJ Miller of Halifax is the second place winner in our CBC HubCap Open Mic Comedy contest. She's an actress and television writer and is new to the stand up scene.
Never bring a knife to a snake fight! Our Open Mic comedy contest winner talks about growing up in Saskatchewan.
Steven Spielberg’s film of the story of industrialist Oskar Schindler was released 25 years ago. The acclaimed bestselling classic of Holocaust literature on which it was based is an involving listening experience through the brilliant narration by Humphrey Bower. It’s a fascinating, portrait of Schindler, the unlikely savior of hundreds of Jew ...…
The latest numbers on food bank use in Canada paint a grim picture of food security. More than a third of the people using food banks in New Brunswick are children. Dale Hicks of Food Depot Alimentaire in Moncton explains what these numbers mean locally.
James Upham of Resurgo Place takes us back to the early days of fighting fires in Moncton.
A recent U.S. study links hearing loss with a greater risk of cognitive decline. Dr. Raj Bhardwaj, our regular health contributor, explains more about the findings.
In 2011, NB Power committed to paying down one billion dollars of its debt by 2025. However, in order to meet that deadline, the utility would have to increase rates by 22.3%. Heather Black is New Brunswick's public intervener for the energy sector.
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