Best ryerson podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Ryerson Review of Journalism
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A weekly podcast created by the current masthead at the Ryerson Review of Journalism
 
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Ryerson University
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Podcast by Ryerson University
 
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Ryerson Startup School
Daily+
 
Podcast by Ryerson Startup School
 
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Ryerson Rebels' podcast
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FemRadio
Weekly
 
Ryerson University's new campus and community multi-media hub.
 
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Every Day We're Hustling
Monthly+
 
More and more, young people are trying to turn their creative projects into careers. Getting this going involves struggle, commitment, and a whole lot of work: every day we’re hustling.
 
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The Talking Show
Weekly
 
Come hangout with us on The Talking Show every Wednesday! Scott's "suaveness" and Jake's chipper attitude combined with weekly guests make the show a whole lot of fun.
 
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Wisdoms
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Wisdoms is an intergenerational podcast produced in collaboration with Mammalian Diving Reflex featuring Parkdale youth and seniors living in a long-term care facility in Toronto's west end. Wisdoms brings teens and older adults together to shoot the s**t about love, life and run-ins with the law.
 
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Inside The Press Box Podcasts
Weekly
 
Sport Talk Radio broadcasting from Ryerson University on SPIRITlive! Hosted by Adam Jenkins, Jordan Henry, and Victor Findlay
 
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Scope News
Monthly
 
Scope News gives a weekly look at the top news stories taking place in Toronto's downtown core and around Ryerson University. Check the news section on the site for weekly blog updates.
 
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Caring Through Conduct
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Student Conduct Officer @ Ryerson University | Social Worker | Toronto, Canada
 
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RSJ Radio
Monthly
 
This podcast is produced by students in radio courses at the Ryerson School of Journalism.
 
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Steadcast
Monthly+
 
Steadcast is a podcast all about UX, startups, and making users happy. Each week we bring on a new guest to share their tips about how to make users smile.The SteadfastCast is produced by SteadfastBeta, a user research startup helping companies test their ideas and products. If you have a product that needs great user feedback, get in touch at steadfastbeta.com.Thanks to our venue and technology sponsor the DMZ at Ryerson University.
 
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https://ellingtonreflectionsdotcom.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/17-009-when-cootie-left-the-duke-part-i.mp3 A Benny Goodman recording session, with Georgie Auld – tenor sax, Benny Goodman – clarinet, Artie Bernstein – bass, Cootie Williams – trumpet, Charlie Christian – guitar. “It was 1929 when Cootie came into the band, and he soon became one ...…
 
Sponsored by Olio Digital Labs and Codeship Thanks to Techdoz.ca for the loan of the Snowball Blue Mic Hosts & Guests Stuart Clark Derek Silva Juleigh Giberson Juleigh Giberson is a research assistant at the Hospitality and Tourism Research Institute at Ryerson University, and a 4th year Bachelor of Commerce student. She’s co-authored three pap ...…
 
Jenan wanted to be a teacher. It was her target, her goal, her dream; that is, until the encouragement of one of her own teachers led her to apply to the Aerospace Engineering program at Ryerson University. As an engineer, Jenan noticed quickly the lack of female members in the engineering profession - a profession that continues on some level ...…
 
We are continuing our uploading of presentations from the Ontario Association of Child and Youth Care conference which took place in June 2017. Today’s episode is called Walking the Path Towards Meaningful Youth Engagement. The presentation is by two young people who lived in residential care and three Ryerson University Master’s in Child and Y ...…
 
Earlier this year, Human Race asked listeners to send in stories about their run clubs. We got inspiring, motivating, and touching stories from all over the country—exactly what we were hoping for. But then we got a story so unexpected, so charming, so zany, that we couldn’t possibly pass it up. This week, Human Race goes to Colorado Springs to ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
This week, we have a very special show: a roundtable on the topic of heart health and running. With help from our experts, we try to address how good/bad running is for your heart and try to make sense of the headlines that say, “Too much running will kill you!” (:40) This episode of the Runner's World Show is brought to you by Brooks. Sign up ...…
 
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The CBC Election Pollcast from CBC Radio
 
As Canada celebrates its 150th year since Confederation, Pollcast host Éric Grenier is joined by Carleton University's Jon Pammett and Ryerson University's Patrice Dutil to discuss when Canadians first voted.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Julia Ho in interview with Ross Upshur talks about her recent article “It’s a fight to get anything you need”—accessing care in the community from the perspectives of people with multimorbidity, published in the Open Access journal of Health Expectations. In the interview, Julia discusses the challenges patients with multimorbidity face at both ...…
 
Featured Interview:Blind hiring in Korea and Canada Guests: Professor Lee Byung HoonDepartment of SociologyChung-Ang UniversityProfessor Rupa BanerjeeTed Rogers School of ManagementRyerson University
 
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RCI The Link
 
Maurice Mazzarolle (PhD)- photo Luke Galati- Ryerson News
 
I am your host SLUG2, along with Johnathan Boone, AxeInTheDeep and ZalbergWe are taking d'nations via paypal at 88minutes@protonmail.ch (also our email address) and via bitcoin.Bitcoin address: 18KgFCSZMSQj39qL4QnGGrXzmNi5zaFHCAOur RSS feed (for therightstuff.biz and dailystormer listeners): https://media.zencast.fm/this-hour-has-88-minutes/rss ...…
 
Karlene Nation, David Wills and Vince Gasparro debate Khadr, Ryerson students and huge rubber duckies.
 
Noah Droddy discusses his breakthrough year of running in an interview—at a bar—with Runner’s World editor Kit Fox. They chat about everything from mustaches to the motivational mantra that pushed him to a half marathon PR earlier this year. (1:50) A hands-on lesson for grilling the perfect burger this summer, and why it’s okay to indulge every ...…
 
00:00 - Canada Day Contrast -- So many good things to celebrate in Winnipeg this past Saturday, including the Living Maple Leaf at Portage & Main... contrasted with SEVEN STABBINGS Saturday night. 18:22 - Results of the annual Nathan's Famous July Fourth hot dog eating contest then Eric Irwin, President of DAUPHIN'S COUNTRYEST, which was a sell ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
The staff at Runner’s World is supposed to be experts on running terminology. But to test this theory, we rounded up a few of our colleagues and turned our job into a game to see who really knows all the running jargon out there. (1:49) An interview with elite marathoner Diego Estrada, who had a brutal 2016 but is regrouping and preparing for s ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
The staff at Runner’s World is supposed to be experts on running terminology. But to test this theory, we rounded up a few of our colleagues and turned our job into a game to see who really knows all the running jargon out there. (1:49) An interview with elite marathoner Diego Estrada, who had a brutal 2016 but is regrouping and preparing for s ...…
 
We tag along with one of our colleagues as he makes a final—desperate attempt—to heal his pain with the help of sports massage. (2:10) Steve Magness, coauthor of the new book Peak Performance, gives a surprising, provocative look at the new science of success. (23:06) In the Kick, how to deal with those hot, muggy runs, and why running is thera ...…
 
We tag along with one of our colleagues as he makes a final—desperate attempt—to heal his pain with the help of sports massage. (2:10) Steve Magness, coauthor of the new book Peak Performance, gives a surprising, provocative look at the new science of success. (23:06) In the Kick, how to deal with those hot, muggy runs, and why running is thera ...…
 
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Information Morning Saint John from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)
 
Wanda and Robin McFarlane speaking from Sears in McAllister Place. Donna Smith is a professor in the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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Father Time with Jamie Kaler
 
He is simply one of the greatest character actors we've ever known. He can play the Grand Master of the KKK in Mississippi Burning and then play "Needle Nosed Ned Ryerson" in Groundhog Day. His 254 credits on IMDb are the most I've ever seen and represent the filmography of most of our lives. Memento, Thelma and Louise, Sneakers, to now recurri ...…
 
On Episode #45 of the Wut R U Sayin? Podcast Michael is joined by Entrepreneur Amanda Pope. Amanda is the Founder and CEO of "Living With a Purpose Senior Care". The Hamilton-born entrepreneur is also the host of "Generation Z", a talk show that interviews young entrepreneurs on Cable 14. Amanda is also currently studying journalism at Ryerson ...…
 
Show 1845 An incendiary discussion at Ryerson University (Canada) with Professor Jordan B Peterson To watch the video of this Q&A visit- https://youtu.be/8ABa4RdNPxU Published on Mar 2, 2017 This discussion refers to Canadian Bill C16, dealing with the latest crazy oppression from the Left. The enemies of Liberty are promoting this in the U.S. ...…
 
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Stageworthy - Conversations in Canadian Theatre
 
Chantal is an artist and educator with a diploma in musical theatre from the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. She has been behind the annual Oakville Holiday Pantomime for the past four years as co-writer, director, and choreographer. As a writer, director and producer, her work has been seen in several festivals including the Toronto ...…
 
Elite runner Brandon Hudgins had the storybook ending to a remarkable comeback at the 2016 Olympic Track Trials. Over eight years, he fought three relapses of a rare form of the autoimmune disease vasculitis to qualify in the 1,500 meters. When the disease strikes, it attacks the very organs needed to run fast—the blood vessels that transport o ...…
 
Elite runner Brandon Hudgins had the storybook ending to a remarkable comeback at the 2016 Olympic Track Trials. Over eight years, he fought three relapses of a rare form of the autoimmune disease vasculitis to qualify in the 1,500 meters. When the disease strikes, it attacks the very organs needed to run fast—the blood vessels that transport o ...…
 
Lawyers don’t have to be tech geniuses to understand that technology is changing the practice. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks with Chris Bentley about the legal innovation program at Ryerson University and the importance of weaving technology courses into legal education. They also discuss how even lawyers who don’ ...…
 
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Legal Talk Network - Law News and Legal Topics
 
Lawyers don’t have to be tech geniuses to understand that technology is changing the practice. In this episode of Law Technology Now, host Monica Bay talks with Chris Bentley about the legal innovation program at Ryerson University and the importance of weaving technology courses into legal education. They also discuss how even lawyers who don’ ...…
 
Elite marathoner and three-time Olympian Deena Kastor shares what may be the most critical element to her success: her mental game. (1:19) Producer Christine Fennessy runs with the Dog Trotters program in Media, Pennsylvania, which pairs high-energy canines with runners to help them get adopted. Along the way, she gets some tips on running with ...…
 
Elite marathoner and three-time Olympian Deena Kastor shares what may be the most critical element to her success: her mental game. (1:19) Producer Christine Fennessy runs with the Dog Trotters program in Media, Pennsylvania, which pairs high-energy canines with runners to help them get adopted. Along the way, she gets some tips on running with ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
Kara Goucher joins the show to talk about dealing with the worst injury she’s ever suffered, the highs and the still-very-emotional lows of her career, learning how to focus on what’s really important, and what it’s like to be in love with running. (2:14) Shoes and gear editor Jeff Dengate answers and decodes our listeners most pressing running ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
Kara Goucher joins the show to talk about dealing with the worst injury she’s ever suffered, the highs and the still-very-emotional lows of her career, learning how to focus on what’s really important, and what it’s like to be in love with running. (2:14) Shoes and gear editor Jeff Dengate answers and decodes our listeners most pressing running ...…
 
Coach Roy Rana and top athlete Adika Peter-McNeilly chat with host Zandra Alexander about keeping it light, being leaders and the transformation of Rams basketball
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
Nick Symmonds, a two-time Olympian, announced in January that he’ll retire at the end of 2017. But stepping off the track doesn’t mean he’ll be scaling back his athletic endeavors. Nick spoke with RW earlier this year and made it pretty clear he’s got some truly big goals on the horizon. (2:00) Two brothers—ages 12 and 15—talk about the running ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
Nick Symmonds, a two-time Olympian, announced in January that he’ll retire at the end of 2017. But stepping off the track doesn’t mean he’ll be scaling back his athletic endeavors. Nick spoke with RW earlier this year and made it pretty clear he’s got some truly big goals on the horizon. (2:00) Two brothers—ages 12 and 15—talk about the running ...…
 
When Judge Craig Mitchell visited the Midnight Mission homeless shelter on Skid Row in Los Angeles in 2012, the organization’s president asked him if he could think of any way to contribute. Judge Mitchell was an avid runner, and he worked nearby. So he offered to start a run club for guys in the shelter. He hoped to get to know the people stay ...…
 
When Judge Craig Mitchell visited the Midnight Mission homeless shelter on Skid Row in Los Angeles in 2012, the organization’s president asked him if he could think of any way to contribute. Judge Mitchell was an avid runner, and he worked nearby. So he offered to start a run club for guys in the shelter. He hoped to get to know the people stay ...…
 
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The Runner's World Show
 
It's been a rocky journey, but David Willey has finally reached the starting line of the biggest race of his life. (:26) This episode is brought to you by Harrys. Get the close, comfortable shave you deserve. Sign up at Harrys.com/run, and you’ll receive their most popular Trial Set—a $13 value—for FREE, you just cover the shipping. Episode Cre ...…
 
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