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A monthly audio serial by interdisciplinary quietist-philosopher Karinne Keithley Syers, a ten-minute float in a walled garden, with a song and with ghosts.
 
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Iconic Canadian broadcaster Terry David Mulligan has conducted some truly memorable interviews over the span of his 50 year career. The Mulligan Stew podcast features some of Terry's best interviews, past and present. Expect intimate and engaging conversations with compelling characters from the world of music, film, wine, food and beyond.
 
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Terry welcomes Canadian musical icon, humanitarian, and hit-maker Tom Cochrane to the podcast. Tom is currently on a Western Canadian tour in support of latest release, Revisited. The chat was recorded in person at The Port Theatre in Nanaimo. It begins with a look at one of Tom’s biggest hits to date: ‘Life is a Highway’. Tom discusses the gen ...…
 
Terry talks wine with two titans of vino: Gina Gallo & Jean-Charles Boisset, recorded at the 41st annual Vancouver International Wine Festival. Gina is a member of the Gallo family, pioneers of wine-making in California. Jean-Charles is a French vintner and owner of Boisset Collection, which operates two dozen wineries in California, France and ...…
 
Vancouver-based guitarist, singer-songwriter and barber Rich Hope gives Terry the lowdown on his brand new album, 'I'm All Yours'. Did we mention it all happened while Rich gave Terry a haircut? The pair bond over a shared appreciation for Doug Sahm. Rich introduces us to four tracks from the new record, which he describes as "a reverent stew o ...…
 
Tom Wilson returns with his fourth LeE HARVeY OsMOND release, Mohawk, out this week. Tom shares stories behind five tracks from the album - "Forty Light Years," "Mohawk," "Colours," "BAM," and "Kingdom Come." Plus, Terry gets the scoop on the forthcoming play based on Tom's autobiography 'Beautiful Scars', and how he hopes to inspire others by ...…
 
This week, Terry takes a deep dive into the electric new album by Tedeschi Trucks Band. Derek Trucks tells Terry about everything that went into creating 'Signs', the fifth studio album from the twelve-piece blues group. The podcast includes three tracks from the new record: "Hard Case," "Shame," and "They Don't Shine."…
 
Fresh off his recent JUNO nomination, singer-songwriter Dan Mangan joins Terry for a chat about his new career direction. The pair discuss audience reaction to his new album 'More or Less', his recent turn scoring films, and how time has changed his relationship with his early hit songs. The podcast features two tracks from Dan's new record 'Mo ...…
 
Terry catches up with sportscasters Jay Onrait and Dan O'Toole ahead of Super Bowl Sunday. They’re back on TSN after several years in Los Angeles working for Fox Sports 1. The guys talk swill, food, football and music to play during the game.
 
Founder, lead singer and songwriter of D.O.A, Joe Keithley, aka Joey Shithead is Terry’s guest this week. Keithley was recently elected city councilor in Burnaby, BC as a member of the Burnaby Green Party. The 62 year-old punk rocker talks to us about his recent political victory, the issues that matter to him, his band’s legacy and label Sudde ...…
 
Academy Award-winning director Alfonso Cuarón talks to Terry about his new Golden Globe-winning film Roma. The film offers a very personal take on Alfonso’s upbringing in Mexico City, and is centered on a young indigenous woman named Cleo who works as a maid for Alfonso’s middle-class family. The director, writer, producer and editor talks abou ...…
 
Elvin Bishop was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015 for his work with the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Just one year later, he was also added to the ranks of the Blues Hall of Fame in his own right. This year, Elvin was nominated for a Grammy for his latest album, Something Smells Funky Round Here. On this episode, Terry talks ...…
 
Terry talks to writer and producer Nick Vallelonga about his Golden Globe-nominated film Green Book. Set in 1962, the film tells the story of Vallelonga's father Tony Lip (Viggo Mortensen) a bouncer from the Bronx who is hired to drive and protect pianist Dr. Don Shirley (Mashershala Ali) on a concert tour from New York to the Deep South. The p ...…
 
This week, its Terry's first special of the Christmas season with Serena Ryder. The Canadian hit-maker previews her new album Christmas Kisses, produced by the legendary Bob Ezrin. “When I was a young girl, I would spend hours upon hours locked away in my room listening and singing to Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Nina Simon and Chet Baker" s ...…
 
Terry talks to Andy Shauf about his band Foxwarren's new self-titled album, a record that was more than a decade in the making. Andy shares insights into four songs from the record, including "Your Small Town", "To Be", "I'll Be Alright", and "Fall Into A Dream." Plus, Andy provides a few details on his forthcoming solo record due out in late 2019.…
 
This week, from the vaults, Terry talks with writer, actor, and comedian Bruce McCulloch. Bruce is best known for his work on the CBC sketch comedy series The Kids in the Hall (maybe you remember him as Kathie the Secretary, Cabbage Head or as pop singing sensation Tammy.) Terry talks to Bruce about his book Let’s Start A Riot: How A Young Drun ...…
 
Steve Poltz joins Terry live at the 2018 Edmonton Folk Music Festival to discuss co-writing songs with Jewel, including a story about the time they almost lost the lyrics to her chart-topping hit "You Were Meant for Me". Between live songs, Steve also tells Terry about rediscovering a half-completed song he co-wrote with Jewel, and how Molly Tu ...…
 
This week on the Mulligan Stew podcast, we throw back to warmer days when Jenn Grant was in Alberta performing at the 2018 Edmonton Folk Music Festival. Jenn joined Terry at CKUA’s festival broadcast tent to share live renditions of songs from her latest album ‘Paradise,’ backed by her husband and musical collaborator Daniel Ledwell. Plus, Jenn ...…
 
From the archives, Tom Wilson (LeE HARVeY OsMOND) joins Terry to discuss his book Beautiful Scars: Steeltown Secrets, Mohawk Skywalkers and the Road Home. Tom talks about his recovery from alcoholism, the dark moments he experienced during the heights of success with Blackie and the Rodeo Kings & Junkhouse, and discovering the family secret tha ...…
 
This week on the show, Terry welcomes Dan Mangan. The Vancouver based indie rocker returns this month with his fifth album, and his first in 3 years. The record is called 'More or Less' and Dan will preview 5 tracks from the album on the podcast, along with some insights into those songs. Plus, we'll hear about how the music industry has change ...…
 
Jann Arden reflects on her book 'Feeding My Mother: Comfort and Laughter in the Kitchen as My Mother Lives with Memory Loss.' Terry talks to the Alberta legend about taking on the responsibility of caring for her mother, who suffers from Alzheimer's, and the process of writing the new book that Jann calls "a love letter to my mother." Plus the ...…
 
Author and music journalist Andrea Warner joins Terry to discuss her latest book “Buffy Sainte-Marie: The Authorized Biography.” The Vancouver-based writer shares her thoughts on the many milestones, triumphs, and challenges of the Canadian icon’s life and career. The wide ranging discussion reflects on the “restless mind” that drives Buffy’s a ...…
 
This week on the podcast, author Michael Barclay talks to Terry David Mulligan about his latest book: The Never-ending Present: The Story of Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip. “This is not just a story of a band, I think is a story about culture and how we talk about it,” says Michael about his new book. Michael tells us about Gord’s resistanc ...…
 
This week on the Mulligan Stew podcast, a feature chat with The Bros. Landreth recorded live at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival 2018, including a live rendition of a new song from their forthcoming album. Brothers Joey and David talk to Terry about the Winnipeg music scene, the band’s forthcoming record, and balancing solo projects while keepi ...…
 
From the archives, this week we feature Terry's conversation with Alan Doyle, former lead singer and co-writer of songs for Great Big Sea. He’s an actor, a storyteller and has spent many years raising funds for various charities and foundations. We should have known that Alan would end up writing a book: He has the gift, and the stories. 'Where ...…
 
On this episode, we preview Colin James' 19th album 'Miles to Go'. The record features 11 blues standards, and 2 original songs. Colin coves his hero James Cotton, Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup, Charles Brown, Blind Willie Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, and more. The podcast includes two tracks you'll hear on the album, " ...…
 
This week, it's Joachim Cooder live from Edmonton Folk Music Festival! At age 4, Joachim (son of Ry Cooder) got his first drum kit by superstar session drummer Jim Keltner. At 19, Joachim was part of the rhythm section on the Grammy-winning recording by the Buena Vista Social Club. We’ll hear about Joachim’s decision to go from being a celebrat ...…
 
Afie Jurvanen talks about love, empathy, depression, and his new record Earthtones. The Toronto based musician talks about learning to love his absent father after years of anger, which informed the track “Bad Boys Need Love Too”. “I think there’s probably some way to hold people responsible, and hold people accountable for their actions,” Afie ...…
 
This month at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, American singer-songwriter, poet, humanitarian and filmmaker Michael Franti graced the CKUA stage for music and conversation with Terry David Mulligan. Michael shares his thoughts on the power of optimism to overcome his anxiety and depression, his connection to the City of Edmonton, and finding p ...…
 
“I believe in the divine," Bruce Cockburn shares with Terry David Mulligan on this week's Mulligan Stew podcast. "I believe there is something at the center of the energetic universe that is intentional, and focused, and is both macro and very personal and interior.” Bruce talks to Terry about his faith, and how it's reflected on his latest alb ...…
 
This week on the podcast, Terry shifts gears into the world of wine. Wine Master Elizabeth Gabay joins him from her home North of Nice. The pair discuss her book Rosé - Understanding the Pink Wine Revolution. Elizabeth has tasted 10 Rosé a day. A total of 1500 over 6 months from across the globe. Hear everything you need to know about one of th ...…
 
On the eve of her performance at the 2017 Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Valerie June talked to Terry David Mulligan about becoming a more confident performer, gleaning new insights from her older songs, her love of Van Morrison's 'Astral Weeks'. Plus, Valerie June shares what she's learned from the great Mavis Staples.…
 
This week, Terry catches up with Doug Cox, Artistic Director of the Vancouver Island Music Festival (July 13-15, 2018). The pair discuss this year's line-up, which includes Ry Cooder, Passenger, Walk Off The Earth, Arlo Guthrie, and more! Doug tells us who his favourite Canadian band is, the act that his daughters convinced him to book, and how ...…
 
Frazey Ford's last album, Indian Ocean, brought her worldwide attention -- something that hit the BC singer-songwriter while playing a show in New Zealand last November. "There was a whole row of women in front who flew in from some other island. And they knew the words to every song," she tells Terry David Mulligan on this week's podcast. "It ...…
 
Recorded live at the Edmonton Folk Music Festival, Rhiannon Giddens talks to Terry David Mulligan about stepping into the spotlight as a solo artist, the influence T-Bone Burnett has had on her career, her latest record 'Freedom Highway' and her thoughts on the recent sea change in American politics.…
 
This week on the Mulligan Stew podcast, Terry's feature guest is the legendary Robbie Robertson. The musician, songwriter, producer and actor talks to TDM about his new autobiography Testimony. Robbie shares details on the genesis of some of The Band's best-known songs, the "cinematic experience" he aimed to create with the book, his reflection ...…
 
Bryan Adams has been a lot of things over his 40 career in show business. As a musician and songwriter, he's a global hit-maker who has sold more than 75 million records. As a photographer, his work has been features in the pages of Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar, Esquire and Interview Magazine. As a philanthropist, he established the Bryan Adams ...…
 
A joyful conversation with Canadian folk music legend Buffy Sainte-Marie. This spring, Buffy’s Medicine Songs took home the JUNO for Indigenous Music Album of the Year. She describes her 16th studio album as “a collection of front-line songs of unity and resistance.” Buffy shares her thoughts on the state of the protest song. Plus, the rise of ...…
 
This week on Mulligan Stew, Terry hosts a feature conversation with Steven Page, recorded live at Studio Bell, home of the National Music Centre. This past week, Barenaked Ladies celebrated their induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame at the NMC. As part of the festivities, Terry hosted a Q&A with Steven Page that explored highlights of ...…
 
This spring, Donovan celebrates the release of his fifth full length album Both Ways. We'll preview four tracks from the new record, including "Our Friend Bobby," "Easy Street," "Truck Full of Money," and "Burn The Bridge." Donovan talks about representing same sex romance in the video for his latest single "Burn that Bridge," the genesis songs ...…
 
Singer, songwriter and philanthropist Molly Johnson sits down with Terry this week to discuss her latest record, Meaning To Tell Ya. Molly talks about working with Grammy-award winning producer Larry Klein, who has worked on some of the greatest vocal jazz records of all time. She reflects on “being born into the business”, and the people who’v ...…
 
This week, we’re thrilled to welcome Alejandro Rose-Garcia, better known as Shakey Graves. The Austin-based musician returns this month with a brand new album called 'Can’t Wake Up.' His label was kind enough to let us share four tracks from the new record on the podcast. We'll check out "Counting Sheep," "Dining Alone," "Aibohphobia," and "Tin ...…
 
This month, Royal Wood is back with a brand new record, Ever After the Farewell. The album was born from a period of loss and new love in Royal’s life. This week on the Mulligan Stew podcast, the Toronto-based singer-songwriter talks to Terry David Mulligan about losing his father, finding the love of his life, and connecting those two experien ...…
 
The legendary singer, songwriter and political activist talks to Terry about his new book Roots, Radicals and Rockers: How Skiffle Changed the World. Bragg describes Skiffle as the music that "was the nursery for the British invasion of the American/Canadian charts of the 1960s." The book traces the influence of Lonnie Donegan, known as the Kin ...…
 
This month, Sloan celebrates the release of their 12th studio LP, fittingly titled '12'. The always entertaining Chris Murphy is Terry's guest on this week's podcast. Chris performs acoustic renditions of "Spinning Our Wheels" and "Rest of My Life." Plus, the pair discuss the secret to Sloan's 27 year union, the Gord Downie reference '12', and ...…
 
From the archives (2008) - Canadian actor, filmmaker, musician and comedian Dan Aykroyd discusses comedy, wines, and the blues with Terry David Mulligan. The man who famously brought Patron to Canada discusses his foray into the Canadian wine industry. Plus, the pair discusses Dan’s iconic Blues Brothers film. Dan fills Terry in on how his love ...…
 
This weekend, The Barenaked Ladies are set to be inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame as part of the JUNO Awards. Previous inductees include The Band, Leonard Cohen, Neil Young, kd lang, and Joni Mitchell. Terry sits down with his friend, BNL frontman Ed Robertson to discuss the band's forthcoming reunion with co-founder Steven Page at ...…
 
In honour of St. Patrick's Day, TDM takes us for a wee dram of whiskey at the legendary Palace Pub in Dublin! We’ll explore the fascinating history of Irish Whiskey with Michael Lawlor, head of Irish Whiskey Tours. He’ll tell us about the differences between Irish and Scotch whiskeys. Michael will also suggest some great food pairings when enjo ...…
 
What happens when you get two Canadian broadcast legends in the same room for an hour long chat? Well, you get a conversation filled with behind-the-scenes stories from decades-long careers in music journalism. Nardwuar and TDM, both Much Music VJ alumni, grill each other about their career highs and lows. In this episode, we get the backstory ...…
 
Netta Yerushalmy made a dance called Helga and the Three Sailors, and I made this audio essay in response.
 
a recuperated dream ballet the permission of meadows and that old chestnut Alexander Glazunov turning away
 
Weather on the Pennines, soil on the moon, wallflowers, wildflowers, Vida, the affirmative.
 
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