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Be the first to know about Broadway’s theater gossip and funny backstage shenanigans as told by some of the most talented actors/dancers/singers you’ll never meet. We find out what it takes to be part of the understudy, cover, swing world from the folks that have actually been there, done that! And once you get to know these talented artists, maybe the next time you see a paper in your Playbill saying “the role of X will be performed by Y,” you won’t be disappointed; you’ll be excited to see ...
 
Five days a week acclaimed interviewer Tom Power sits down with the artists, writers, actors and musicians who define pop culture. Whether he’s ribbing Adele, singing a boyband classic with Simu Liu, or dissecting faith with U2 frontman Bono – Tom brings the same curiosity, respect and meticulous preparation into every conversation. He also has a track record for interviewing artists on the precipice of stardom – like Lizzo and Billie Eilish — who appeared on Q well before hitting the mainst ...
 
femicide[ fem-uh-sahyd ]1. the act of killing a woman, as by a domestic partner or a member of a criminal enterprise:2. the deliberate, wanton violation and massacre of women and girls, as in a particular ethnic group by an invading army.:3. a person who kills a woman:Of the homicides reported annually, 66 000 women are violently murdered worldwide. That number is actually much higher. This podcast will shed a light on the abuse, violence and sexual assault that woman face by highighting pas ...
 
The Think Orange Podcast is for ministry leaders, pastors, church volunteers, parents, and educators – anyone who wants to impact the faith of the next generation. In each episode, we’ll share ideas presented at our live events, The Orange Conference and Orange Tour. These ideas, insights, principles, and strategies will empower, inspire, challenge, and may even change the way you view and lead the next generation. Featured guests include Reggie Joiner; Kristen Ivy; Carey Nieuwhof; Sherry Su ...
 
The Alabaster Jar Podcast is a weekly conversation that takes on current issues impacting women at the intersection of faith, theology, and ministry. Dr. Lynn Cohick, Dr. Ingrid Faro, and Dr. Beth Felker Jones pour out their wisdom from years in ministry and academia to inspire women to continue advancing God’s mission in the world.
 
Tails from a Vet Tech is a podcast dedicated to highlight, educate, and advocate for veterinary, shelter, and behavior animal pros. We also highlight self-help and empowerment to everyone around us. TFAVT is hosted by Tabitha Kucera (Elite Fear Free and Low Stress Handling RVT, VTS (Behavior), Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, Karen Pryor Academy Certified Training Partner) In addition to doing this podcast Tabitha also owns her own business, Chirrups and Chatter, and loves doing speaking e ...
 
How do I build a side business juggling a demanding day job? Welcome to The Corporate Side Hustler Podcast where we will answer those questions and more! Lisa is an HR manager by day & content mentor by night. She is a newlywed to her childhood crush & a mother. Lisa is dedicated to sharing her story (and the stories of other corporate women) to show you how BUILDING ONLINE PRESENCE, through CONNECTION, INSTAGRAM VISIBILITY, & EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT will help you build an engaged and loya ...
 
Sit back and relax, enjoy the humor, learn something valuable and discover the creativity of many really amazing supply chain leaders. The goal of the show is to share the secret sauce to business success, which is a successful supply chain. Real Life Supply Chain Challenges & Solutions - New Tech Solutions - Great Supply Chain Connections - Life Lessons WWW.SupplyChainSecretSauce.COM• Subscription Based Supply Chain Consulting
 
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The Paranorm Girl Podcast was born from an insatiable desire to learn about the paranormal at a foundational level. Is there anything to it? Who are the experts? What can the legends and lore tell us? Is the abounding fear of this subject...unfounded - or appropriate? Kristen Amanda, the host of this weekly show, comes from an acting and filmmaking…
 
Nineteen85 is behind some of Drake’s biggest songs, from “Hotline Bling” to “Hold On We’re Going Home.” And when he’s not putting his Grammy Award-winning touch on other people’s music, he’s making his own as part of the R&B duo DVSN. Nineteen85 talks to Tom about his new album, his love of Jimi Hendrix and what it was like producing some of Drake’…
 
Matty Healy, the frontman of the band The 1975, is known for his quippy, observational lyrics about dating, youth culture and technology. But when it comes to his own emotions, he’s typically quite guarded. On The 1975’s new album “Being Funny in a Foreign Language,” he leans into his feelings and shares them with the world. Matty joins Tom Power t…
 
On May 26, 1980, an 18-year-old runaway was picked up by a state trooper in Minnesota, who viciously raped and murdered her while on duty. Her body was discovered about a week later and her remains were ultimately buried as an unidentified person. In 1989, her murderer confessed but sadly, she would still not be identified until 2015, when DNA was …
 
After 40 years working in film, Laura Dern has built a reputation for playing complex women grappling with the messiness of real-life. That legacy continues with her latest movie, “The Son,” in which she plays a divorced parent trying to support her son through depression. Plus, singer-songwriters Tegan and Sara tell Tom about their latest album “C…
 
Dr. Miriam O'Regan returns to the podcast to discuss her research into the influence of St Brigid in the history of the church in Ireland. She describes examples of St. Brigid's compassion, hospitality and commitment to sharing her faith that serve to inspire our own faith today. We discuss St. Brigid as pioneering monastery founder and an example …
 
Sarah Polley’s Oscar-nominated film “Women Talking” is a powerful story about three generations of women who sit down to decide the fate of the women and children of their Mennonite colony. After years of surviving sexual abuse, they have 24 hours to decide: stay and do nothing, stay and fight, or leave. Sarah tells Tom about her film, what it was …
 
Kattie was exposed to meth at a very young age. Both her parents struggled with meth addiction, which resulted in a very dysfunctional home. When she was arrested at 19, Kattie realized she didn’t want to continue going down the same path. She went on to be a counselor of high-risk populations and remained sober for a number of years. After a relap…
 
Sam Smith is one of the biggest artists in the world. They made a name for themself in 2014 with devastating songs about love and loss and ended up winning four Grammys because of it. Now, Sam is trying something new: focusing on joy in their life and music. Sam opens up to Tom Power about their new record, “Gloria,” why focusing on queer joy is th…
 
This week, Tabitha is joined by the Behavior and Training Manager at Friends For Life Animal Shelter, Melissa Taylor. Melissa and I discuss the division between animal care and medical staff often seen in shelters, the importance of volunteers and community, and how our past experiences have helped us grow. She shares her wisdom of how her shelter …
 
Actor Paul Mescal talks about his starring role in Aftersun and the success of his breakout role in the TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's Normal People. Christa Couture's memoir How to Lose Everything is opening the door for other Indigenous artists to share their stories of resilience. Writer, producer and director Kenya Barris talks about his ambit…
 
Ever wonder what it is like covering the biggest college football game of the season? Janaé Bradford invited Amanda Christovich from FrontOffice Sports to speak with her about her experience covering the business of the big game. Covering college football isn’t just about covering the X’s and O’s. College football has become an enterprise in itself…
 
Director Ruben Östlund discusses his latest Palme d'Or-winning film, Triangle of Sadness, and why he wanted to look at "beauty as a currency." Playwright Chloé Hung discusses her new dark comedic play, Three Women of Swatow, about three generations of Chinese women who discover they are bound by more than blood. Photographer Carrie Mae Weems discus…
 
Poet Rupi Kaur talks about her new writing guide, Healing Through Words, plus her own journey with writing and overcoming writer's block. Artist Vivek Shraya shares more about her autobiographical solo stage show How To Fail As A Pop Star, which is focused on the true story of her life in music. Director Darren Aronofsky talks about the difficulty …
 
The Bible is full of the stories of the often messy and complex people who encounter God and experience grace. Dr. Carol Kaminski joins Dr. Lynn Cohick for a discussion on reading the Old Testament scriptures as part of the larger narrative of God and his people. A seminary professor and author of numerous Bible studies, Carol shares her passion to…
 
Singer-songwriter Ani DiFranco discusses her new memoir, survival, the boundary-breaking themes in her music and how she feels about the ongoing #MeToo movement. Comedian and This Hour Has 22 Minutes cast member Trent McClellan talks about his upcoming comedy tour, returning to his hometown to perform stand-up, and finding humour in the things that…
 
Degrassi co-creator Linda Schuyler discusses her new memoir, The Mother Of All Degrassi, which details how she went from being a Toronto high school teacher to an award-winning television producer. Actor and comedian Andrew Phung (best known as the character Kimchee on Kim's Convenience) talks about co-creating and starring in the new CBC comedy se…
 
Five days a week, acclaimed interviewer Tom Power sits down with the artists, writers, actors and musicians who define this cultural moment in time. Whether he’s ribbing Adele, singing a boyband classic with Simu Liu, or dissecting faith with U2 frontman Bono – Tom brings the same curiosity, respect and meticulous preparation into every conversatio…
 
One trophy away from EGOT-status, there's strong speculation that Hugh Jackman could win the outstanding Oscar for his latest movie, The Son. He talks about his long career on stage and screen. Ann-Marie MacDonald reflects on the curiosity and empathy that continue to inspire her work from the page to the stage as Fall on Your Knees becomes a stage…
 
Figurative painter Peter Doig — one of the world's top-selling living artists — talks about his work, his upbringing in Canada and the dark underbelly of the art market. Superstar Canadian conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin reflects on his phenomenal rise to the peak of his profession. Author Mark Sakamoto and playwright Hiro Kanagawa talk about adapti…
 
Legendary singer-songwriter Marianne Faithfull opens up about surviving COVID-19 and recording a new album of classic romantic poems, titled She Walks in Beauty. After hustling for 11 years, Lainey Wilson talks about her acclaimed new record Bell Bottom Country and why it's funny to be called an "overnight sensation." Comedian Margaret Cho discusse…
 
Referenced in this episode Sam Seneviratne's Website Joy of Baking Genius-Hunter Extra Credit Cook and a Half - Sam's cooking show co-hosted with her son, Artie Banana Bread Scones - A previous Genius recipe from Sam Seneviratne's Joy of Baking Kristen's newest book, Simply Genius Have a genius recipe you'd like to share? Tell me all about it at ge…
 
Even though ministry is riddled with challenges and filled with difficulty, Mark and Tara Beth share their stories of finding hope in ministry. The Pastor's Table helps you embrace your ministry as a gift!In the 1st episode, Mark and Tara Beth talk about their journeys in ministry and why pastors need to gather and discuss the importance of theolog…
 
Actor Denzel Washington talks about his turn as Lord Macbeth in the film The Tragedy of Macbeth, and what the legacy of the late Sidney Poitier means to him. Actor and comedian Jenny Slate talks about revisiting Marcel the Shell with Shoes On in a feature-length film based on the viral web series. Bestselling author Miriam Toews discusses her highl…
 
A Left-Handed Ghost. A grinning apparition in a Top Hat. An unusual, metallic object making impossible maneuvers in the skies. Charles Cha, has experienced some pretty mysterious things in his life. He joins me to usher in the first Conversation episode of the Season and relay some of that strangeness he's encountered along the way. This episode is…
 
Actor Regina King talks about directing One Night in Miami, a film that imagines a real conversation between four of the most important Black voices of the 1960s: Sam Cooke, Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X and Jim Brown. Writer Neil Gaiman tells us why his comic book series The Sandman would have made a terrible movie — and why he loved adapting it into a …
 
Veteran business coach Jennifer Kok started her first business two days before giving birth to her second child. She managed to turn it around in the middle of a recession, and then sold the company for a profit, after growing it to a national brand. She makes her experience an asset for owners looking for the next wave in their business journey. S…
 
**Trigger warning**: This episode may contain subject matter that some listeners might find distrurbing. There is brief discussion of suicide and spousal abuse. Listener disgression is advised. https://988lifeline.org/ This week, Mikkel Becker joins Tabitha. She begins by sharing one of the most interesting stories I have heard of what led her to l…
 
On April 18, 2016 the body of a 45-year-old mother of three was found inside a church in Midlothian, Texas in the US. A fitness professional, she was preparing for her class at 5am when an unknown assailant murdered her. The person believed to be her murderer was seen on surveillance footage walking around the church for 30 minutes prior to her att…
 
Nina Hoss co-stars in the new critically-acclaimed film Tár. She shares her process behind preparing for the film, including learning to play the violin, and what it was like playing with a real-life orchestra. Acclaimed sitar player Anoushka Shankar discusses her first live album in more than two decades, her life in music and what it's like havin…
 
Ralph Macchio talks about what it was like reflecting on the legacy of The Karate Kid in his new book Waxing On: The Karate Kid and Me, and why he's "embracing the past in the present" with Cobra Kai. With millions of followers online, Dax has become one of the biggest up-and-coming Canadian rappers today thanks to his honest lyrics. He shares his …
 
Nearly 20 years after The L Word premiered, there's a sequel to the historic series. Showrunner Marja-Lewis Ryan talks about trying to reflect our changing times in The L Word: Generation Q. After a series of malicious false rumours almost ended his career more than ten years ago, Korean-Canadian rap star and Epik High frontman Tablo is sharing his…
 
Join Chef Farokh Talati on our Play Me a Recipe Podcast as he cooks through Masala Oats, his go-to quick breakfast that brings warmth, tang, and everything else you need for the day ahead from his new cookbook Parsi: From Persia to Bombay: recipes & tales from the ancient culture. Recipe Serves 4 For Oats 100g ghee or unsalted butter 1 small red on…
 
Dakota Ray Hebert skewers the document that defines how the Canadian government interacts with First Nations people in her first stand-up comedy album I'll Give You An Indian Act. Troy Kotsur shares how he drew on his own personal experience to play a Deaf father of a hearing child in the Oscar-winning movie CODA. Chris Wilson talks about finding n…
 
People are seeing objects in the sky they cannot explain. Military and commercial pilots are encountering highly advanced technological anomalies they cannot explain. The skeptical easily dismisses extraordinary events that they cannot explain. Despite evidence and credibility of the witnesses. But the facts remain; there is a mystery of the supern…
 
The Old Testament teachings come alive in our conversation with Sandy Richter through her understanding of the ancient social and theological worlds. Decades of teaching experience bring her knowledge and scholarship to bear in the life of the church. Sandy invites us to connect the themes of the Old and New Testaments and rediscover the story of G…
 
In a rare career-spanning interview, songwriter and producer Max Martin talks about his first jukebox musical, & Juliet, which weaves his biggest hits into a feminist retelling of Romeo and Juliet. Filmmakers Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis talk about making their new animated film The Flying Sailor, and why they are fascinated by the story of a man …
 
When I came across Joanna's fb feed, I knew I had to have her on my show. She's fun, entertaining, and confident. We sit down and talk shop about how she became a digital creator, how she went viral, and how she uses the internet/social media to create her one-of-a-kind reels. We also chatted about spirituality, and what inspires her in daily livin…
 
Carly Rae Jepsen talks about embracing loneliness on her new album, The Loneliest Time, and reflects on her relationship with Call Me Maybe after more than a decade. Cartoonist Kate Beaton shares her reaction to finding her graphic memoir Ducks on Barack Obama's list of favorite books of 2022, and everything that happened next. Director Reggie Hudl…
 
Actor Román Zaragoza tells us about playing a 500-year-old ghost from the Lenape people in the CBS series Ghosts, and how it's given him hope for the future of Indigenous stories on TV. Director Aitch Alberto shares the labour of love that went into bringing Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe to the big screen, and the importa…
 
Biologist Dr. Kristen Page joins Lynn for a conversation on the wonders of creation. She invites us to explore the fictional worlds created by Tolkien and Lewis and discover how they invite us to become stewards of the world we live in. Lynn and Kristen discuss how we can recapture our sense of wonder through experiencing the beauty of what God has…
 
Actor Sheila McCarthy reflects on a career playing unconventional leading ladies and how playing an elder in Sarah Polley's film Women Talking feels like a feminist full-circle moment. Screenwriter and real-life doctor Roshan Sethi talks about how he drew on his medical expertise to direct his debut feature — a pandemic rom-com called 7 Days. Comed…
 
Whether its recreating the iconic moon pie cookie in bar form or using tahini to elevate your go-to recipes, Joy the Baker is chock full of incredible baking tips and tricks to bring into a new year of better baking. Referenced in this episode Joy's Plum and Lemon Curd Cake Joy's Moon Pie Bar Joy's Dark Chocolate Tahini Skillet Cookie Genius-Hunter…
 
Song Kang-ho, the first Korean actor to win the best actor award at Cannes, sits down with Tom Power to talk about his approach to acting. Mark Critch, the star and creator behind the hit comedy series Son of a Critch, talks shooting the second season in Newfoundland and the joy of seeing all his castmates fall in love with his home province. Rosie…
 
Michael J. Fox opens up about the long-term effects of Parkinson's disease and how he found his way back to optimism after experiencing a particularly brutal year. Actor Riz Ahmed discusses the magical realism that runs through his film Mogul Mowgli and why he's taken up the cause of Muslim representation in Hollywood. Plus, we're revisiting our ch…
 
At the age of 16, Bailey Reber was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. For years, she struggled with not only managing her mental illness, but also with accepting it, while the outside world did not. She decided to start her own podcast, 'Distressed to Joyful; Bailey’s Way' in order to help and encourage others to seek professional help that they may …
 
This week, Tabitha is joined by RVT, practice manager, and business leader, Theresa Cooper-Roberts. Theresa shares how she found and followed her passion for education and practice management. She shares her wisdom from years of working as a Surgical Training Center Manager at a respected school of veterinary medicine including how you can support …
 
On June 22, 2012 a young couple went to a local park at night, while out on a date. A man ambushed them and took them below an overlook, forcing them to duct tape their eyes and mouths, he sexually assaulted one of the women before shooting them both in the head and leaving them for dead. A nationwide media frenzy ensued with many believing it to b…
 
Musicians Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings discuss their special edition box set, Bachman Cummings: The Collection, and the early days of the Guess Who. Ted Lasso star Nick Mohammed explains why in an era of gritty storytelling and anti-heroes, true subversion is about making your audience smile. Pop star Camila Cabello talks about "giving joy" to…
 
More than 25 years after k.d. lang's platinum record Ingénue was released, the Canadian musician talks about their breakout album and what it's like revisiting the work now. Tal Bachman looks back on his hit song She's So High on its 20th anniversary. Musician, composer and activist Jon Batiste discusses his powerful new album, We Are. Actor Kriste…
 
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