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Award-winning sketch troupe Tony Ho brings their uniquely disturbing brand of sketch comedy straight to your ears. The third season of their acclaimed podcast continues to mine big laughs from the sinister, the sad and the absurd. Funny strange. Featuring Miguel Rivas, Roger Bainbridge and Adam Niebergall.
 
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Actor Richard Jenkins explains why his latest film, The Humans, might make you reconsider how scary a Thanksgiving dinner can be. Michelle Cho, an assistant professor of South Korean film and media at the University of Toronto, discusses the success of Netflix's new horror series Hellbound. Rapper Haviah Mighty introduces us to a track off her new …
 
The struggle against Coastal Gaslink was bigger news this week because journalists got arrested. And even CBC can't seem to avoid the wrath of covering WE Charity. Canadaland contributing editor Danielle Paradis co-hosts. Links: A rare Editor's Note from the CBC on covering WE Charity Since the time of recording, the CBC posted on Facebook saying M…
 
The Harder They Fall director Jeymes Samuel explains why it was important for him to correct the story of the Old West by putting Black characters at the forefront. As the gift-giving season fast approaches, our books columnist Jael Richardson joins us to recommend some of her favourite Canadian titles of this year. Filmmaker Paul Saltzman shares t…
 
Gaby Hoffmann discusses her starring role alongside Joaquin Phoenix in C'mon C'mon, and what the film might say about the connections between adults and children. Musician and former broadcaster Jim Corcoran talks about producing Gilles Vigneault's new album, Comme une chanson d'amour. Richard Carpenter discusses his new book, Carpenters: The Music…
 
Depeche Mode's Dave Gahan reflects on his career and his new covers album, Imposter, with his musical collaborators Soulsavers. Saturday Night Live star Cecily Strong opens up about her new memoir, This Will All Be Over Soon, which consists of diary entries she wrote amid the pandemic while grieving the loss of a close cousin. Los Lobos musician Lo…
 
Actor John Cho talks about his starring role in Cowboy Bebop, Netflix's new live-action adaptation of the wildly popular Japanese anime of the same name. Our Q This music panellists, Lisa Christiansen and Laina Dawes, unpack Rolling Stone's investigation into the sexual assault and abuse claims against Marilyn Manson. Singer-songwriter Simon Ward o…
 
Author David A. Robertson talks about winning his second Governor General's Literary Award for his picture book On the Trapline, illustrated by Julie Flett. Screen and stage actor Robin de Jesús discusses his latest role in Netflix's Tick, Tick... Boom! — an adaptation of Jonathan Larson's musical of the same name.…
 
Support our work at canadaland.com/join As British Columbia assesses the damage from the downpour, what is the media's role when disaster strikes? And Jian Ghomeshi's lawyer is back in the news over a controversy but is Jesse too close to the story to critique it? National Observer columnist Sandy Garossino co-hosts. Sponsors: Douglas, Kilne, Hello…
 
Filmmakers Ivan and Jason Reitman talk about working together on Ghostbusters: Afterlife, and what it's like for the younger Reitman to now helm the franchise his father started. Actor Aubrey Plaza discusses her new children's book with creative partner Dan Murphy, The Legend of the Christmas Witch, about Santa Claus's misunderstood twin sister.…
 
Limited Capacity is a collection of six short stories about the strange and twisted ways we interact with the internet, and with each other. Each immersive episode is packed with intimate and jarring stories that are both completely familiar and somehow confoundingly alien. It’s like Black Mirror for your ears. From the fiendishly clever mind of Ro…
 
Succession star Hiam Abbass discusses her new film, Gaza Mon Amour, and the role spirituality plays in her acting. Actor Chris Diamantopoulos talks about playing the villain in Red Notice — Netflix's most expensive movie ever — and how voicing Mickey Mouse made him perfect for the role. Singer-songwriter Dallas Green, also known as City and Colour,…
 
Rebecca Hall talks about adapting Nella Larsen's novel Passing for the screen and how untold truths about her own family history began to crystallize as she made the film. Brian Baumgartner, the actor who played accountant Kevin Malone on The Office, fills us in on his new book, Welcome To Dunder Mifflin: The Ultimate Oral History Of The Office. Ou…
 
Support Canadaland at canadaland.com/join On the heels of COP26, Jesse heads back to school as he and his new senior producer, Sarah Lawrynuik, duke it out over whether climate change is either a) boring or b) the most exciting story ever told. Sarah takes Jesse through the psychological factors at play, the history, the politics and the morality o…
 
Actors Michael Imperioli and Steve Schirripa talk about their new book, Woke Up This Morning: The Definitive Oral History of The Sopranos, and why they think a new generation has fallen in love with the series. Tyler Bancroft of Said the Whale fills us in on the band's new album, Dandelion. Riz Ahmed discusses his film Mogul Mowgli and why he's tak…
 
Singer Kylie Minogue opens up about her career, her life changing battle with cancer and her new album, Disco Guest List Edition. Musician Ekkstacy gives us a personal look into his debut record, Negative. EDM band Keys N Krates talk about their new album, Original Classic, and safety at big stadium concert shows.…
 
Support Canadaland at www.canadaland.com/join A veteran Black columnist at The Star calls out Desmond Cole's activism out of nowhere. And CBC officially closes the comment section on Facebook. Writer Ish Aderonmu co-hosts. Links: Ish's award-winning piece in Toronto Life The Toronto Star column from Royson James discussed in segment 1 (paywalled) K…
 
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. Documentary filmmaker Doug Knutson charts Trenton, Ont.'s rise and fall as the movie-making capital of Canada. Cynthia Erivo discusses her debut album, Ch.1 Vs. 1, and what prompted this…
 
Model and actor Emily Ratajkowski discusses her first book of essays, My Body, which examines feminism, artistry and her complex relationship with her own image. Director and producer Tom Vitale takes us through his new memoir, In the Weeds, about his years working behind the scenes with the late Anthony Bourdain. Choreographer Crystal Pite talks a…
 
The winner of the 2021 Scotiabank Giller Prize, Omar El Akkad, shares how it feels to be honoured with Canada's most prestigious literary award. Multidisciplinary artist Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory talks about her path to becoming an artist. Musicians Randy Bachman and Burton Cummings discuss their new special edition box set, Bachman Cummings: Th…
 
Duran Duran's Nick Rhodes discusses the band's new album, Future Past, and how it's managed to stay creative over the past 40 years. In advance of the 2021 Scotiabank Giller Prize gala, hosts Rupi Kaur and Paul Sun-Hyung Lee tell us what we can expect from the live awards ceremony. Bestselling author Miriam Toews discusses her latest novel, Fight N…
 
Abba's Björn Ulvaeus talks about reuniting with the band after a 40-year hiatus for the release of its ninth and final studio album, Voyage. NPR music critic Jewly Hight unpacks the history of the Grand Ole Opry and where its legacy stands today. DJ Skratch Bastid and classical violinist Andrew Forde explain why their upcoming collaborative concert…
 
Support our work at www.canadaland.com/join The 'saying-stuff business' gets some clarity from different courts regarding what one can and cannot express online; the results may surprise you. And former prime minister Jean Chrétien gets the media to let him off the hook for his involvement with residential schools for a brief moment. Columnist and …
 
Eternals star Lauren Ridloff talks about playing Marvel's first Deaf superhero and what she learned about fighting for what she needs on set as a Deaf actor. Back Home Again director Michael Mankowski discusses his new kid-friendly animated short film about the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire — and how he got stars like Eugene Levy, Jeremy Renner and M…
 
Kristen Stewart talks about tackling the "scary and ambitious" role of Princess Diana in the new biopic Spencer, which is garnering her rave reviews. Our books columnist Jael Richardson fills us in on a new book to check out: My Heart Is a Chainsaw by Stephen Graham Jones. Musician Femi Kuti talks about the police brutality his father Fela Kuti fac…
 
Rick Mercer discusses his new memoir, Talking to Canadians, and shares some of the stories that have shaped his incredible career. As opera makes a comeback on stages around the world, soprano Measha Brueggergosman joins us to talk about her new piece, Angel, and the ways performers are reinventing the artform. Jade Wu discusses her latest film, Sn…
 
Support Canadaland here Who are the Rogers family? How did they get so powerful? Why have they turned against one another? And what does it matter? We've spent a week immersed in Rogers history to bring you this unofficial narrative of Canada's telecom overlords. Further reading: Kelly Pullen's 2014 story in Toronto Life on the "ruthless" power str…
 
Billy Bragg tells us how the pandemic inspired his new album, The Million Things That Never Happened, and reflects on his incredible career in music and activism. Our screen panellists Jason Gorber and Kathleen Newman-Bremang unpack the controversy behind the popular Netflix docuseries Formula 1: Drive to Survive.…
 
Ed Sheeran talks about his latest album, Equals, and how marriage and fatherhood shifted his perspective on what's really important to him. Alexisonfire's Wade MacNeil discusses his new solo project, Dooms Children, and how it examines his personal battles with mental health and addiction. Artist and filmmaker Dana Claxton, the most recent winner o…
 
Support us here: https://canadaland.com/join Anti-trans narratives found its way into three different media organizations this past week. And everybody appears to hate Rogers - even the Rogers. Staff Writer at Xtra Magazine Mel Woods co-hosts. Links: Mel's piece on concerning anti-trans narratives Trans Journalists Association's Style Guide Jezebel…
 
Alan Cumming discusses his second memoir, Baggage: Tales from a Fully Packed Life, about his stage and screen career, his time with the Spice Girls and working with Stanley Kubrick. Hanna Ellis, an artist and photographer from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., tells us how her self-portrait ended up in the pages of British Vogue. Malik Al Nasir talks about h…
 
Emmy-winning actor Billy Porter talks about his new memoir, Unprotected, and his journey to finding healing. YouTuber Elle Mills shares a special playlist of songs dedicated to her hometown of Ottawa. Legendary songwriter Diane Warren discusses her debut album, Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions, Vol. 1, as well as some of her biggest hits.…
 
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver discusses his new cookbook, Together: Memorable Meals, Made Easy, and the first big meal he made when lockdown orders were lifted. Veteran prop master Dean Goodine explains what's supposed to happen when guns are brought on to film sets and how tragedies like the one that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins can be pre…
 
Support us here: https://canadaland.com/join Right now there are people who are choosing medically assisted death, because they don’t have enough money to get the care they need to live with dignity. Changes to Canada’s medical assistance in dying (MAiD), combined with lack of supports and poverty-level benefits for disabled and chronically ill peo…
 
Brothers Ron and Clint Howard discuss their new memoir, The Boys, which looks back on their early days as child actors in Hollywood. Soprano Christine Goerke tells us how she gets into the right head space to play Elektra, one of the most difficult roles in opera. R&B singer-songwriter Savannah Ré talks about her debut EP, Opia — a collection of ni…
 
Actor Ann Dowd tells us why she was drawn to her latest film, Mass, about the aftermath of a devastating school shooting. With the new Raptors season kicking off this week, the team's official DJ, 4Korners, shares how he's bringing the vibe back to Scotiabank Arena. The Stratford Festival's artistic director Antoni Cimolino remembers the late Canad…
 
Support us here: https://canadaland.com/join Asking how much fuel in drinking water is safe is just not the right question. And mannequins in the ICU beds of a CBC story sparks a fact check from Reuters. Ryan McMahon cohosts. Links: CBC Edmonton's mannequin story Reuters Fact Check of CBC's story and the reaction the story sparked This episode is s…
 
Toronto Raptors coach Nick Nurse reveals how the music of Thelonious Monk has influenced his basketball coaching. Jazz critic and WBGO editorial director Nate Chinen tells us why the forthcoming release of John Coltrane's A Love Supreme: Live in Seattle is so special. Kurt Vonnegut's daughter, Edith Vonnegut, discusses a new book of her father's lo…
 
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