Best Tso podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m.Toledo SymphonyLab™ is an award-winning radio podcast series from WGTE Public Media in collaboration with the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, providing a weekly half hour behind-the-scenes look at the world of classical music.Every week, host Brad Cresswell and TSO panelists Zak Vassar, Merwin Siu, and Felecia Kanney explore a theme inspired by a concert or other event from the symphony's season. With lively discussion, quizzes, and even audio "re-enactments" of historical ...
 
A series of practical advice, tips, case studies, thought pieces and insight into organisation and management development. We question what it takes to develop future leaders, embed change and increase performance for your team. Known for its TKI - TSO Consulting specialises in change.
 
Respected music critic/history writer Aaron Joy (the Joyful Gadfly) interviews rock musicians from across the spectrum, mainstream & independent, with some episodes occasionally looking at unique/interesting rock albums. Praise for Aaron's interviews from his listeners includes: "I felt like I was eavesdropping on a private phone call" ... "It was more than an interview, it was a very special moment & I as the listener, could tell" ... "You get at the person behind the persona" ... "Really o ...
 
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The Big Interview
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Soccer Laduma Radio brings you interviews with professional football stars, coaches and personalities. Catch our episodes weekly!
 
The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
 
21st Century Native Leaders podcast explores the dynamics of leadership among entrepreneurs, entertainers, politicians, and activists.
 
The Agenda with Steve Paikin is TVO's flagship current affairs program - devoted to exploring the social, political, cultural and economic issues that are changing our world, at home and abroad. The Agenda airs weeknights at 8:00 PM EST on TVO - Canada's largest educational broadcaster.
 
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Rocky & Lissa
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Rocky & Lissa
 
From music to movies and tv, Celebrity Access chats with the stars you want to hear from.
 
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Asian, Not Asian
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Welcome to "Asian, Not Asian", a podcast by two Asian guys not from Asia talking about American issues no American seems to care about. Each week, Fumi Abe and Mic Nguyen will discuss race, politics, media, funny stuff, food pics, peace signs, model minority myths, urban myths, and urban outfitters. New episode every Monday! https://www.patreon.com/asiannotasianpod Follow us on IG @TheFumiAbe & @NicePantsBro & @AsianNotAsianPod Email us @ AsianNotAsianPod@gmail.com
 
Larry “QSledge” and “Zombie Gurl” TJ talk about what’s been making their brains hurt, tingle, die, or asplode with teh happiness. Personal tales of brain dead situations, our search for healthy recipes that might actually taste good, dumb stuff that happened at work, anything we are currently enjoying (movies, TV, video games, crafts), live theatre, and probably no sports unless the Seahawks make it back to the Super Bowl. In short, we natter.
 
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Sundays at 6:00PM EST Theme song by Kyle Forester The JDS Variety Hour...Half Hour, is a freewheeling, haphazard hootenany about restaurants, reviewing restaurants, loving them, hating them, hating reviewing them as well as special segments like, “A Not-Yet-Famous Actor Reads Food Erotica" and "This is the Portion of the Show with A Musical Guest!," in which a musical guest will perform a song about food. Think of it as This American Life but without the budget and where every episode our ...
 
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Bank branches are closing in northern Ontario, and online banking isn't an option for everyone. Ontario Hubs journalist H.G. Watson explains how banking deserts affect society's most vulnerable residents, including women fleeing domestic violence.
 
The Agenda looks at the fallout after the U.K Parliament voted down Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal. It was the largest defeat for a sitting government in British history, after which her government survived a non-confidence vote. Steve Paikin and guests will discuss the way forward for the government and the fate of Brexit.…
 
Recommendations to end random police street checks; veteran journalist Matthew Fisher and the Munk School's Janice Stein discuss global news events; climate change scientists talk about the toll their work takes on them; Marc Mayer, outgoing CEO and director of the National Gallery of Canada, talks about helming the art institution; and author ...…
 
Bank branches are closing in northern Ontario, and online banking isn't an option for everyone. Ontario Hubs journalist H.G. Watson explains how banking deserts affect society's most vulnerable residents, including women fleeing domestic violence.
 
The Agenda looks at the fallout after the U.K Parliament voted down Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal. It was the largest defeat for a sitting government in British history, after which her government survived a non-confidence vote. Steve Paikin and guests will discuss the way forward for the government and the fate of Brexit.…
 
Recommendations to end random police street checks; veteran journalist Matthew Fisher and the Munk School's Janice Stein discuss global news events; climate change scientists talk about the toll their work takes on them; Marc Mayer, outgoing CEO and director of the National Gallery of Canada, talks about helming the art institution; and author ...…
 
Susan Orlean is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a bestselling author who was immortalized by Meryl Streep in the film "Adaptation." Her latest book is a sweeping historical and cultural look at libraries, sparked by her interest in an event largely overlooked by the outside world - the 1986 fire at the Los Angeles Central Library. She talk ...…
 
Marc Mayer took the helm of the National Gallery of Canada ten years ago. In that time, he transformed the Canadian and Indigenous Galleries, helped create the Canadian Photography Institute, and handled some tricky politics along the way. He talks to Steve Paikin about his tenure there as he gets set to leave his post.…
 
Susan Orlean is a staff writer at The New Yorker and a bestselling author who was immortalized by Meryl Streep in the film "Adaptation." Her latest book is a sweeping historical and cultural look at libraries, sparked by her interest in an event largely overlooked by the outside world - the 1986 fire at the Los Angeles Central Library. She talk ...…
 
Marc Mayer took the helm of the National Gallery of Canada ten years ago. In that time, he transformed the Canadian and Indigenous Galleries, helped create the Canadian Photography Institute, and handled some tricky politics along the way. He talks to Steve Paikin about his tenure there as he gets set to leave his post.…
 
The Agenda welcomes Matthew Fisher, Canada's longest-serving foreign correspondent, to report on what he witnessed in the 16 countries he visited in 2018, and what he expects will play out across the globe in 2019. He's joined by the Janice Stein of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, to provide academic context to Fisher's obs ...…
 
A top-ranking Soviet spy turned double agent for British intelligence. A high stakes MI6 extraction that whisked him away from the KGB and into hiding. It sounds like the plot of a blockbuster film but it's the true story of a man whose actions may well have been instrumental in ending the Cold War, according to author and historian Ben Macinty ...…
 
The Agenda welcomes Matthew Fisher, Canada's longest-serving foreign correspondent, to report on what he witnessed in the 16 countries he visited in 2018, and what he expects will play out across the globe in 2019. He's joined by the Janice Stein of the Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, to provide academic context to Fisher's obs ...…
 
A top-ranking Soviet spy turned double agent for British intelligence. A high stakes MI6 extraction that whisked him away from the KGB and into hiding. It sounds like the plot of a blockbuster film but it's the true story of a man whose actions may well have been instrumental in ending the Cold War, according to author and historian Ben Macinty ...…
 
Soccer Laduma Radio — The recent passing away of Former Bafana Bafana Striker Phil Masinga at the age of 49 sent shockwaves through the South African football community and beyond. After all, he was the man whose goal sent South Africa to its very first FIFA World Cup. In this episode of the Sit Down With Doctor Khumalo, brought to you by Sport ...…
 
We preview the TSO's upcoming program Moz-Art à la Haydn which pairs two great masters (Haydn and Mozart) and takes a second look at both through the lens of modern master Alfred Schittke. Sample Schnittke's music and learn the backstory on Haydn's "Queen" Symphony (Marie Antoinette, not Freddie Mercury) as well as Mozart's "Linz" Symphony – wr ...…
 
In 2014 the Ecofiscal Commission was created to advocate for putting a price on carbon. It comprised people from across the political spectrum, including former Reform Party founder and leader, Preston Manning. A consensus seemed to be emerging. But, these days it has become a heated debate across Canada. The Agenda welcomes economist Chris Rag ...…
 
Studying climate change can take its emotional toll. Some scientists and activists have experienced grief, depression, and anxiety. Some have received death threats. The Agenda looks beyond the science to the psychological strain climate change can have on those that know it best.
 
In 2014 the Ecofiscal Commission was created to advocate for putting a price on carbon. It comprised people from across the political spectrum, including former Reform Party founder and leader, Preston Manning. A consensus seemed to be emerging. But, these days it has become a heated debate across Canada. The Agenda welcomes economist Chris Rag ...…
 
Studying climate change can take its emotional toll. Some scientists and activists have experienced grief, depression, and anxiety. Some have received death threats. The Agenda looks beyond the science to the psychological strain climate change can have on those that know it best.
 
Hazelton Rapper/Producer Nate Williams talks about the Howell family benefit coming up Friday and we hear his phenomenal new track with Sauce Is Matisse!
 
Howard Sapers' term as Ontario's independent adviser on corrections reform ended last year, only weeks after he released a final report addressing inmate-on-staff violence in the Toronto South Detention Centre. He joins Steve Paikin to discuss his findings, as well as some of the misconceptions surrounding corrections in Ontario.…
 
Justice Michael Tulloch called for an end to random carding in Ontario amongst other recommendations in his "Report of the Independent Street Checks Review." The Agenda discusses Tulloch's recommendations, and the state of policing and community relations in Ontario.
 
Howard Sapers' term as Ontario's independent adviser on corrections reform ended last year, only weeks after he released a final report addressing inmate-on-staff violence in the Toronto South Detention Centre. He joins Steve Paikin to discuss his findings, as well as some of the misconceptions surrounding corrections in Ontario.…
 
Justice Michael Tulloch called for an end to random carding in Ontario amongst other recommendations in his "Report of the Independent Street Checks Review." The Agenda discusses Tulloch's recommendations, and the state of policing and community relations in Ontario.
 
Alyssa Milano: Project Runway All Stars, Philanthropy, Fashion & Insatiable!
 
Jian DeLeon (Highsnobiety, Complex) joined us this week to teach us a thing or two about the past/present/future of men’s fashion! We also get into Baby Chanko and Nunchucks because why not. Check out Jian at www.jiandeleon.com and follow him on Twitter & IG @jiandeleon We finally launched a PATREON page! Please support us in exchange for some ...…
 
Northern Ontario communities have been battling a decline in population for years. But certain new initiatives and work trends aim to change that. Our Ontario Hubs journalists, Jon Thompson and Claude Sharma, along with field producer Jeyan Jeganathan join Steve Paikin to explain why more people are moving to cities such as Thunder Bay and Smoo ...…
 
For years, Toronto city councillor Joe Cressy ignored his panic attacks, including one before an interview here at TVO. He convinced himself everything was fine. Until a middle-of-the-night trip to the ER made him realize that he wasn't. He joins The Agenda to share his story and why he decided to write about it in a recent Toronto Life article.…
 
Rethinking neurodevelopmental disorders, global climate change commitment updates, reducing impaired driving in the GTA, and tips on how to reduce personal debt in 2019. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
 
Northern Ontario communities have been battling a decline in population for years. But certain new initiatives and work trends aim to change that. Our Ontario Hubs journalists, Jon Thompson and Claude Sharma, along with field producer Jeyan Jeganathan join Steve Paikin to explain why more people are moving to cities such as Thunder Bay and Smoo ...…
 
For years, Toronto city councillor Joe Cressy ignored his panic attacks, including one before an interview here at TVO. He convinced himself everything was fine. Until a middle-of-the-night trip to the ER made him realize that he wasn't. He joins The Agenda to share his story and why he decided to write about it in a recent Toronto Life article.…
 
Rethinking neurodevelopmental disorders, global climate change commitment updates, reducing impaired driving in the GTA, and tips on how to reduce personal debt in 2019. The Agenda reviews its week of programming.
 
Canadians are no strangers to debt. A recent CIBC study shows that getting out of debt is a top priority in 2019 among the people surveyed. Shannon Lee Simmons, financial expert and author of "Living Debt-Free," says it's doable, no matter how dire the financial situation.
 
Sylvia Bashevkin joins The Agenda to discuss her book, "Women as Foreign Policy Leaders: National Security and Gender Politics in Superpower America," which focuses on four high-profile American political figures: Jeane Kirkpatrick from the Ronald Reagan years, Madeleine Albright from the Bill Clinton era, Condoleezza Rice from the George W. Bu ...…
 
Behavioural economics is a popular, current branch of the otherwise dry science, with a rich vocabulary. For instance, "nudge" is a term related to decision-making. Kelly Peters, CEO of BEworks, answers 10 questions to help people get familiar with it.
 
Canadians are no strangers to debt. A recent CIBC study shows that getting out of debt is a top priority in 2019 among the people surveyed. Shannon Lee Simmons, financial expert and author of "Living Debt-Free," says it's doable, no matter how dire the financial situation.
 
Sylvia Bashevkin joins The Agenda to discuss her book, "Women as Foreign Policy Leaders: National Security and Gender Politics in Superpower America," which focuses on four high-profile American political figures: Jeane Kirkpatrick from the Ronald Reagan years, Madeleine Albright from the Bill Clinton era, Condoleezza Rice from the George W. Bu ...…
 
Behavioural economics is a popular, current branch of the otherwise dry science, with a rich vocabulary. For instance, "nudge" is a term related to decision-making. Kelly Peters, CEO of BEworks, answers 10 questions to help people get familiar with it.
 
Canadians spend millions of dollars every year, and time every single day, using cleansers, moisturizers and tonics on their skin. Is it all worth it? Dermatologist Sandy Skotnicki raises some doubts in her book, "Beyond Soap: The Real Truth About What You Are Doing To Your Skin And How to Fix it for a Beautiful, Healthy Glow," and she joins Th ...…
 
Overcoming inequality and combating racism are objectives that most people sign on to pretty easily. But when it comes to bias and diversity training, achieving that goal can be difficult. To discuss this, The Agenda welcomes Shakil Choudhury, co-founder and senior partner at the consulting firm Anima Leadership, and author of "Deep Diversity: ...…
 
Catherine Abreu, executive director of the Climate Action Network, joins Steve Paikin to discuss climate change in the wake of the COP24 meetings in Katowice, Poland. As governments around the world are backing away from the climate commitments made as part of the 2015 Paris Agreement, is limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees an achievable target?…
 
Canadians spend millions of dollars every year, and time every single day, using cleansers, moisturizers and tonics on their skin. Is it all worth it? Dermatologist Sandy Skotnicki raises some doubts in her book, "Beyond Soap: The Real Truth About What You Are Doing To Your Skin And How to Fix it for a Beautiful, Healthy Glow," and she joins Th ...…
 
Overcoming inequality and combating racism are objectives that most people sign on to pretty easily. But when it comes to bias and diversity training, achieving that goal can be difficult. To discuss this, The Agenda welcomes Shakil Choudhury, co-founder and senior partner at the consulting firm Anima Leadership, and author of "Deep Diversity: ...…
 
Catherine Abreu, executive director of the Climate Action Network, joins Steve Paikin to discuss climate change in the wake of the COP24 meetings in Katowice, Poland. As governments around the world are backing away from the climate commitments made as part of the 2015 Paris Agreement, is limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees an achievable target?…
 
We preview the TSO's upcoming Nordic Air concert with guest violinist Augustin Hadelich, and test our castaway culinary knowledge with the desert island dessert quiz. Also – what music would you bring to a deserted island? Find out our choices as we play our own version of the BBC's legendary Desert Island Discs program.…
 
Stopping the drug trade was one of the federal government's reasons for legalizing cannabis. But after several bumps in the road in the early days of cannabis legalization, will Ontarians continue to use the legal cannabis system?
 
Impaired driving rates are higher in the GTA's suburban communities than in Toronto itself. The Agenda discusses what can be done to reduce the number of people driving under the influence in the suburbs?
 
Stopping the drug trade was one of the federal government's reasons for legalizing cannabis. But after several bumps in the road in the early days of cannabis legalization, will Ontarians continue to use the legal cannabis system?
 
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