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Best Steve Paikin podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Steve Paikin podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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How do you balance privacy rights while trying to use digital technology to aid in the massive work of contact tracing during a pandemic? There are many questions to ask as the provincial government is hoping Ontarians will download and use the new app. Nam Kiwanuka asks David Lie, a University of Toronto tech professor, for insights into the safet…
 
Raymond Moriyama is one of the Canada's greatest treasures in architecture and design. To highlight TVO's premiere of "Magical Imperfection: The Life and Architecture of Raymond Moriyama," Nam Kiwanuka talks to filmmaker Scott Calbeck about why he thought the acclaimed designer of such iconic buildings as the Ontario Science Centre and the Toronto …
 
Raymond Moriyama is one of the Canada's greatest treasures in architecture and design. To highlight TVO's premiere of "Magical Imperfection: The Life and Architecture of Raymond Moriyama," Nam Kiwanuka talks to filmmaker Scott Calbeck about why he thought the acclaimed designer of such iconic buildings as the Ontario Science Centre and the Toronto …
 
How do you balance privacy rights while trying to use digital technology to aid in the massive work of contact tracing during a pandemic? There are many questions to ask as the provincial government is hoping Ontarians will download and use the new app. Nam Kiwanuka asks David Lie, a University of Toronto tech professor, for insights into the safet…
 
Already a significant problem in Ontario, opioid deaths have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Northeastern Ontario Hub journalist Nick Dunne investigated the province's response to the epidemic and learned how the Sudbury Action Centre for Youth outreach team is trying to help drug users cope with their circumstances.…
 
Already a significant problem in Ontario, opioid deaths have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic. Northeastern Ontario Hub journalist Nick Dunne investigated the province's response to the epidemic and learned how the Sudbury Action Centre for Youth outreach team is trying to help drug users cope with their circumstances.…
 
News of murder hornet and locust swarms in Africa and Asia, and the calmer, but equally devastating, gypsy moth caterpillar that's currently wreaking havoc on trees in eastern Ontario has all also been concerning. To explain what's going on with bugs and provide updates on mosquito-borne illnesses, The Agenda welcomes Rosalind Murray, an entomologi…
 
News of murder hornet and locust swarms in Africa and Asia, and the calmer, but equally devastating, gypsy moth caterpillar that's currently wreaking havoc on trees in eastern Ontario has all also been concerning. To explain what's going on with bugs and provide updates on mosquito-borne illnesses, The Agenda welcomes Rosalind Murray, an entomologi…
 
They're not exactly fish, and they're certainly not snakes that live in water. What they are - if you can get over the slithery, darting weirdness of eels - is fascinating: truly ever-changing, versatile and resilient. To discuss the remarkable characteristics of eels, Nam Kiwanuka welcomes Patrik Svensson, journalist and author of "The Book of Eel…
 
They're not exactly fish, and they're certainly not snakes that live in water. What they are - if you can get over the slithery, darting weirdness of eels - is fascinating: truly ever-changing, versatile and resilient. To discuss the remarkable characteristics of eels, Nam Kiwanuka welcomes Patrik Svensson, journalist and author of "The Book of Eel…
 
Nancy Simmons of the American Museum of Natural History; and Burton Lim of the Royal Ontario Museum discuss the evolutionary history of bats, why they are often vilified - especially amid this pandemic, their essential role in ecosystems, and factors that have led to endangerment. They dispel common myths about bats and tell what they love most abo…
 
Nancy Simmons of the American Museum of Natural History; and Burton Lim of the Royal Ontario Museum discuss the evolutionary history of bats, why they are often vilified - especially amid this pandemic, their essential role in ecosystems, and factors that have led to endangerment. They dispel common myths about bats and tell what they love most abo…
 
Comic conventions in Toronto, Hamilton, and Niagara, at which creators showcase their work, have been cancelled this year due to COVID-19. What does that mean for Ontario's comic-book writers and illustrators? Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler spoke to some local artists who are having to find other ways to promote their work.…
 
Comic conventions in Toronto, Hamilton, and Niagara, at which creators showcase their work, have been cancelled this year due to COVID-19. What does that mean for Ontario's comic-book writers and illustrators? Hamilton-Niagara Hub journalist Justin Chandler spoke to some local artists who are having to find other ways to promote their work.…
 
With much of the world still grappling with COVID-19, it's clear people must learn to live with it for a while, perhaps indefinitely. With that in mind, Andrew Frontini, design director at Perkins and Will; and Cheryll Case, founder and principal urban planner at CP Planning, talk to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities might adapt public spaces to meet s…
 
With much of the world still grappling with COVID-19, it's clear people must learn to live with it for a while, perhaps indefinitely. With that in mind, Andrew Frontini, design director at Perkins and Will; and Cheryll Case, founder and principal urban planner at CP Planning, talk to Nam Kiwanuka about how cities might adapt public spaces to meet s…
 
Back-to-school will look very different for Ontario students and teachers alike in September. Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath dig into the government's announcement about personal protective equipment in the classroom, class sizes, funding, and much more. They also discuss the upcoming inquiry into long-term-care homes, the $4-billion federal…
 
Educators and policymakers are planning for the return of the school year in under six weeks. What does that look like in this COVID-19 era in terms of keeping everyone safe and learning? Nam Kiwanuka talks to Pam Belluck, health and science writer for the New York Times; and Kristin Rushowy, who spent 15 years covering education for the Toronto St…
 
Educators and policymakers are planning for the return of the school year in under six weeks. What does that look like in this COVID-19 era in terms of keeping everyone safe and learning? Nam Kiwanuka talks to Pam Belluck, health and science writer for the New York Times; and Kristin Rushowy, who spent 15 years covering education for the Toronto St…
 
At age seventeen, journalist Duncan McCue spent five months on a Cree trapline in northern Quebec, learning how to live off the land, hunt, and speak the language. In "The Shoe Boy, A Trapline Memoir," he writes about the value of the experience at a pivotal time in his life when he was exploring his Indigenous identity. Nam Kiwanuka talks to McCue…
 
At age seventeen, journalist Duncan McCue spent five months on a Cree trapline in northern Quebec, learning how to live off the land, hunt, and speak the language. In "The Shoe Boy, A Trapline Memoir," he writes about the value of the experience at a pivotal time in his life when he was exploring his Indigenous identity. Nam Kiwanuka talks to McCue…
 
As TVO celebrates its 50th year, it's a great time to look to the past for some advice on what to do in this summer of physical distancing. Avid birder Suanne Kelman, professor emerita at the Ryerson School of Journalism, gives Nam Kiwanuka an update on the pastime of birdwatching from the time she took part in a 1999 Studio 2 episode until now.…
 
As TVO celebrates its 50th year, it's a great time to look to the past for some advice on what to do in this summer of physical distancing. Avid birder Suanne Kelman, professor emerita at the Ryerson School of Journalism, gives Nam Kiwanuka an update on the pastime of birdwatching from the time she took part in a 1999 Studio 2 episode until now.…
 
The Progressive Conservative government got an unpleasant shock this week when one of its members voted against its bill extending COVID-19 emergency measures. Belinda Karahalios of Cambridge, who was ejected from the PC caucus in response, is the fourth Tory MPP to become an independent member. Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath look at her exp…
 
Following a childhood and adolescence marked by absent parents, hard drug abuse, severe homelessness, and crime and jail time, Jesse Thistle did what he once believed was impossible - he turned his life around, and in the process discovered his family's Indigenous roots. In "From the Ashes: My Story of Being Métis, Homeless, and Finding My Way," he…
 
Following a childhood and adolescence marked by absent parents, hard drug abuse, severe homelessness, and crime and jail time, Jesse Thistle did what he once believed was impossible - he turned his life around, and in the process discovered his family's Indigenous roots. In "From the Ashes: My Story of Being Métis, Homeless, and Finding My Way," he…
 
When bestselling author Emma Donoghue set out to write a book about the greatest pandemic the world had seen, little did she know that her story would be published during a new, unprecedented pandemic. "The Pull of the Stars" is set in a Dublin maternity ward at the height of the Great Flu in 1918. Donoghue discusses her new novel with Nam Kiwanuka…
 
When bestselling author Emma Donoghue set out to write a book about the greatest pandemic the world had seen, little did she know that her story would be published during a new, unprecedented pandemic. "The Pull of the Stars" is set in a Dublin maternity ward at the height of the Great Flu in 1918. Donoghue discusses her new novel with Nam Kiwanuka…
 
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