show episodes
 
Road Trip Radio is a family friendly podcast celebrating all things Canada! Brought to you by the creative team behind CBC’s This is That, each episode playfully explores one of our country’s provinces and territories offering fun documentaries, cool interviews, adventure stories and comedy!
 
Canada's Calling is a new podcast series that follows hosts Mike and Ashley as they travel to every province and territory to connect with Canadians who are answering their calling. A journey where they leave each visit changed by the people they encounter and the experiences they come across. They'll weave together the stories of the people and the places that make each area of Canada unique and connect to what it truly means to be Canadian.
 
NDNs on the Airwaves was developed from the need to know more about the recent history of native radio, the current state of native radio and where native radio is going in the future. This series gives voice to those who are passionate producers of radio, grateful musicians and individuals who help us understand how radio both reflects and shapes Indigenous cultures all across our territories. There is a common thread tying it all together, and that is Indigenous voices. This series offers ...
 
NDNs on the Airwaves was developed from the need to know more about the recent history of native radio, the current state of native radio and where native radio is going in the future. This series gives voice to those who are passionate producers of radio, grateful musicians and individuals who help us understand how radio both reflects and shapes Indigenous cultures all across our territories. There is a common thread tying it all together, and that is Indigenous voices. This series offers ...
 
Loading …
show series
 
There is an arctic that lives in the mind of those who have not yet been. There are ideas, concepts, trends and theories reported about the arctic everyday. But making the trip to Nunavut, experiencing the people, travelling the land, seeing the wildlife— these are what fill us with reverence and awe, kindness and warmth, humility and sense of achi…
 
Whether it’s the people you meet, the wildlife you encounter or the wide open spaces you explore, the phrase, “Larger than Life '' applies to most everything in the Yukon. Even its history is B-I-G big. With its original people crossing the Bering Land Bridge in the last Ice Age and it playing host to the legendary Klondike Gold Rush, Yukon is a pl…
 
Aurora, sundogs, moonbows; strange names for enchanting phenomenon in an unbelievable place. This is Northwest Territories. A place to delight in the folly and fancy of nature’s tricks. A place to meditate on earth’s biggest, deepest, highest wonders. A place where something will change you.By Destination Canada
 
Wander through Saskatchewan, guided by the glowing hearts stories of the inspired and inspiring people who are shining a light on what has always been here, but hasn’t always been celebrated; a simple, hearty way of life, a pure connection to nature, a rich living history, and endless, diverse beauty ready to be discovered.…
 
In a lot of ways, Toronto can be whatever you want it to be. It’s one of the most multicultural cities in the world, has a food scene that mirrors its diverse inhabitants, and a skyline that can steal your heart even in the brisk November winds. For us, Toronto was magic. It was re-capturing the joys of childhood holidays, discovering new foods, an…
 
PEI punches way above its weight class in all the right ways. Food isn’t just something to eat here; it’s a way of life. Whether fishing or farming, much of what occupies PEI resident’s brains and hearts is about what will satisfy their stomachs. But they don’t do it alone. Family comes first here, and on the island, there’s no way to separate the …
 
Edmonton’s winters are no joke, and this Albertan city’s residents are serious about making this season their brightest. With a city strategy dedicated to celebrating how Canadians have perfected winter and to telling Edmonton’s great northern story, you can let the winter professionals take the reigns as you revel in your own exploration of the Wi…
 
The anticipation starts in Winnipeg, where visits to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Leatherdale International Polar Bear Conservation Centre in Assiniboine Park set the stage for discovering what makes Canada’s heart beat. There's an undeniable spirit that exists in a community only accessible by rail or air, where residents co-exist …
 
Never an easy existence was to be had here, and through the many trials that have been put to them, Newfoundlanders have created their own way of being and doing; their own way of talking and singing; their own way of working and playing; their own way of hunting and cooking; and above all, their own way of life.…
 
Life by-the-sea and resettled peoples have shaped every part of Nova Scotia life and culture. When the ocean calls the shots, you need to put down deep roots to thrive, and whether they be new or old, that’s exactly what Nova Scotians have done.By Destination Canada
 
Montréal has everything you could hope for in a city, yet when you are in it, walking its streets, eating its food, immersed in its art, you feel a part of something bigger, something deeper, something that makes you want to find out more about the what, the how and the why behind it.By Destination Canada
 
The Bay of Fundy's coastline seemingly stretches forever and the humbling power of the tides shape the land and people who live there. In this episode we crack open some of the secrets New Brunswick has been keeping and give you a look into this lesser-known province.By Destination Canada
 
Hosts Mike and Ashley begin their journey to discover Canada and the people creating the mosaic of our country, by following their own personal calling in their home province of BC. They dive headfirst into the Okanagan Valley to learn about people working with products from the land and drawing inspiration from all around them.…
 
Canada's Calling is a new podcast series that follows hosts Mike and Ashley as they travel to every province and territory to connect with Canadians who are answering their calling - a journey where they leave each visit changed by the people they encounter and the experiences they come across. They'll weave together the stories of the people and t…
 
On October 16th 2015, imagineNATIVE Film and Media Festival hosted a native radio panel for the first time in their 16 year span. The panel was comprised of broadcasters, producers and cultural managers who shared their definitions of native radio and reflected on their experiences with early radio from the 1970’s to present. Featured interviews: R…
 
It is agreed, Radio North was a pioneering source for all other native radio to come after it. Radio was a constant and necessary medium for survival in remote regions of the Northwest Territories. We hear from three NWT musicians about the role radio played in their lives and musical careers and how language and culture is being upheld by the smar…
 
Indigenous communities and media makers move right along with the accelerated changes and fast pace of digital broadcasting and webcasting. On this program we hear from web masters, podcasters and digital content makers about what makes the cut for content and how they produce Indigenous specific digital programming; and the surprising list of comm…
 
This program features Juno winning musical talent, up and coming music stars and an ex-hip hop music maker turned journalist; all from the Six Nations territory. These musicians reflect on the degree to which their local radio station CKRZ FM played a part in the advancement of their musical careers. We learn about the evolution of a humble rez rad…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login