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We share effective tips and practices for working with Adult ADD / Adult ADHD in a natural, holistic way, without the use of medications. Hosted by Bahman Sarram and Michael Joseph Ferguson. For more info, visit: http://www.DrummerAndTheGreatMountain.com. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: The information shared on this podcast is intended solely for the purpose of personal growth, and not as a replacement for professional psychological support. The views and opinions of the hosts and guests of our podcast a ...
 
My name is Dan Wilding, drummer for the band Carcass. I'm obsessed with podcasts, drums and extreme metal. I've been lucky enough to make some very cool friends in my time as a professional drummer. This podcast is a good excuse to talk to some of my extreme drummer friends about being an extreme drummer! Please enjoy these nerdy chats! Blastbeats for life :)
 
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The overturning of Roe v. Wade in the United States has many wondering what rights might also come under fire, including same-sex marriage and contraception. Guest host Nahlah Ayed discusses established rights and how they might be stripped away, with writer and activist Chrissy Stroop, and author and academic Carol Anderson.…
 
A Russian missile destroyed a crowded shopping mall in Ukraine's central city of Kremenchuk Monday, leaving at least 18 dead, dozens injured and more still missing. Guest host Nahlah Ayed talks to Oksana Guida, a local political activist who was at the shopping centre that day; and Inna Sovsun, a member of the Ukrainian parliament.…
 
On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, opening the door for individual states to ban abortion. Guest host Nahlah Ayed speaks with Anna Visser, communications and education director for Right to Life Michigan; Robin Marty, operations director for the West Alabama Women's Center; and law professor Carolyn Shapiro, founder and co-di…
 
Daniel Lints was a 17-year-old Manitoba boy who was blackmailed after being coerced into sharing an explicit image of himself with someone online. Not long after, Daniel died by suicide. Guest host Duncan McCue talks to Daniel’s parents about what they want other families to know; and discusses the risk of online sextortion with Signy Arnason, asso…
 
Quebec’s new language law, Bill 96, aims to preserve French — but some business leaders worry it could trigger a quiet exodus of jobs and investment in the tech sector. We talk to Lloyd Segal, president and CEO of Repare Therapeutics, a Montreal-based biotechnology company that develops cancer drugs.…
 
A Google engineer recently claimed an artificial intelligence he was working on had become sentient. Many scientists have disagreed with his assessment, but say the story raises other concerns about AI. Guest host Duncan McCue talks to Christof Koch, chief scientist of the MindScope Program at the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle; Maris…
 
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine started four months ago, but there is still no end in sight. We talk to Oleksandra Matviichuk, who has been documenting evidence of war crimes; and discuss what might come next with Serhii Plokhy, a professor of Ukrainian history at Harvard University; and David Marples, a distinguished university professor of Russian a…
 
Buffy Sainte-Marie is one of the most prolific singer-songwriters of the past century. For 60 years her music has quietly reverberated throughout pop culture, and provided a touchstone for Indigenous resistance. In this five-part series, Mohawk and Tuscarora writer Falen Johnson explores how Buffy’s life and legacy is essential to understanding Ind…
 
Former rebel Gustavo Petro has narrowly beaten a millionaire opponent to become Colombia's first leftist president. We discuss what this election could mean for Latin American politics and the rest of the world, with Juanita León, founder of news website La Silla Vacía; and Michael Shifter, former president of Inter-American Dialogue, a think tank …
 
Last week, the federal government announced measures to hold sports organizations accountable when athletes report mistreatment or abuse. We talk to former athletes Kim Shore, Neville Wright and Jennifer Heil; and ask Sarah-Ève Pelletier, Canada's sport integrity commissioner, how the plans will be implemented.…
 
Polio has been eradicated in nearly every country in the world, but Pakistan and Afghanistan are facing a surge in infections. We discuss what’s driving the outbreak — and how to fight it — with Dr. Shahzad Baig, who leads Pakistan's Polio Eradication Programme; and Aidan O'Leary, director for the Global Polio Eradication Initiative at the World He…
 
Many offices across Canada are at a stalemate: businesses want workers back at their desks, but employees want to continue working remotely. As part of our series Work in Progress, Matt Galloway talks to two employees about why they want to work from home; and asks Mark Rose, chairman and CEO of Avison Young, what employers should consider.…
 
Toronto’s interim police chief apologized after a report detailed disproportionate police action taken against racialized people — but activists say an apology isn’t enough. We talk to Neil Price, executive director of non-profit consultancy group LogicalOutcomes; El Jones, a poet, activist, and professor of political and Canadian studies at Mount …
 
Alberta's only female cardiac surgeon, Dr. Teresa Kieser, has filed a human rights case alleging systemic gender-based discrimination over her 34-year career. Matt Galloway talks to Kieser about why she’s trying to bring “the light of day” to her experiences; and Canadian surgeons Dr. Nancy Baxter and Dr. Marisa Louridas about what needs to change.…
 
Adult ADHD ADD Tips and Support Podcast – Optimizing Your Morning Routine. This podcast is an audio companion to the book “The Drummer and the Great Mountain – A Guidebook to Transforming Adult ADD / ADHD.” A good morning routine gets you out of “reaction mode” and back into the driver’s seat. It’s both optimized for you and sustainable. From nutri…
 
A new poll from Abacus Data suggests a significant number of Canadians believe in conspiracy theories. We talk to Bruce Anderson, chairman of Abacus Data; Aengus Bridgman, director of the Media Ecosystem Observatory, based out of McGill University and the University of Toronto; and Carmen Celestini, an instructor at the University of Waterloo, who …
 
Sisters Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance were convicted of second-degree murder almost 30 years ago, for a crime they say they didn’t commit. Now, federal Justice Minister David Lametti has ordered a review of the convictions to determine if the Indigenous women suffered a miscarriage of justice. Matt Galloway talks to Odelia about her hopes for exone…
 
Indigenous expert Bruno Pereira and journalist Dom Phillips have disappeared in the Amazon rainforest. We discuss their work and Brazil’s broken relationship with Indigenous communities, with Ana Alfinito of the NGO Amazon Watch; and Leonardo Barros Soares, a political science professor at the Federal University of Viçosa in Brazil.…
 
As the former head of humanitarian relief for the United Nations, Mark Lowcock has seen the best and worst of humanity. It was his job to coordinate aid and rally international support for people caught in the world's most desperate crises. Now that he's left that post, he's reflecting on what he's learned in a new book called Relief Chief: A Manif…
 
Once unmarked burial sites are found at residential school sites, Indigenous communities will work to bring home the remains of the lost children. It’s a long, difficult process — but it’s underway in some parts of the United States. The CBC’s Wawmeesh Hamilton visited one reservation that has brought some remains home: the Rosebud Sioux Tribe in S…
 
An Ontario coroner's inquest is shining a light on the issue of domestic violence in rural communities — and the changes advocates and victims' loved ones hope will result from it. Host Matt Galloway discusses these potential changes with JoAnne Brooks, co-ordinator of End Violence Against Women Renfrew County, and Deborah Sinclair, a clinical soci…
 
The RCMP in Nova Scotia has been criticized for the way communications were handled during the mass shootings of April 2020. This week, the Mass Casualty Commission looks at how the RCMP failed to adequately warn the public about a loose gunman. CBC reporter Elizabeth McMillan tells host Matt Galloway more; and emergency alert expert Michael Hallow…
 
Ukraine is one of the world's top suppliers of wheat, sunflower and corn oil. But those goods are now stranded by war — and there’s a risk of a global food crisis. CBC reporter Margaret Evans explains what Ukrainian farmers are feeling; and Hassan Khannenje, the director of Kenyan think-tank HORN International Institute for Strategic Studies, tells…
 
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