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Best The Vinyl Guide podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best The Vinyl Guide podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Nate is a record collector, music lover and vinyl maniac. Join him on his journey to discuss, share and review all things related to vinyl records. We feature stories about and interviews with musicians, artists and people of knowledge in the area of vinyl records. Additionally we share information on desirable pressings of records, how to tell a $5 pressing from a $500 pressing and care and maintenance for your cratedigging hobby. Subscribe and share with your record-nerd friends. Cheers!
 
The Debaters is the hit show where comedians go toe-to-toe in a battle of laughs and logic. Hosted by award-winning funnyman Steve Patterson, the program is a combustible combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious ad libs. The engaging format is part stand-up, part quiz show and part comedy competition, with the live audience picking the winners.
 
Hosted by singer/songwriter Marcio Novelli (Toronto, Canada) and web designer Ross Barber-Smith (Glasgow, Scotland), Bridge the Atlantic is a humorous and insightful exploration of the creative industries, directly from those who are working within it. With a varied range of guests including musicians, filmmakers, actors, artists and other creative professionals, Bridge the Atlantic is an entertaining mix of funny “WTF” moments, career defining experiences and industry advice. New episodes e ...
 
Underground Nights is presented by James Mullinger, a comedian and feminist living in Canada, and Paul Field, a Sun reading football fan in the south of England. By all accounts, they shouldn’t be friends and yet they are united by their shared interests in genre and cult films, and vinyl records. In each episode of Underground Nights, James and Paul will take a look at their favourite cult movies that may have slipped under your radar, some of the most popular indie horror film makers from ...
 
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Renown Jazz legend Ron Carter shares his history, playing in the New York jazz clubs, working with the legendary Jazz record labels, recording sessions with Rudy Van Gelder, being unexpectedly sampled, looking back and looking forward. If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcas…
 
As Ontario revamps its COVID-19 testing plans, we discuss where provinces are going right — or wrong — and what they can learn from each other.Then, it's a very different lockdown if you don’t have a robust internet connection, as many rural Canadians don’t. We hear from people struggling to get online, as well as an advocate for greater access, an…
 
On Season 3 of Other People’s Problems, host Hillary McBride takes you where microphones rarely go, into her therapy office where her clients hurt, heal, and ultimately thrive. This is what people sound like when they talk with someone they trust about difficult childhoods, ongoing mental health struggles, and the sudden changes we’re all facing ri…
 
As COVID-19 spread around the world, so did questions about whether the World Health Organization could have done more to contain it, as well as accusations from U.S. President Donald Trump that the organization was under undue influence from China. Guest host Rosemary Barton puts those questions to Peter A. Singer, special adviser to the director …
 
As COVID-19 spread around the world, so did questions about whether the World Health Organization could have done more to contain it, as well as accusations from U.S. President Donald Trump that the organization was under undue influence from China. Guest host Rosemary Barton puts those questions to Peter A. Singer, special adviser to the director …
 
James and Paul are back with a lockdown special, taking a deep dive into the Rise Of The Footsoldier franchise. Pat Tate, Tony Tucker & Craig Rolfe met a sticky end in Rettendon that's spawned a slew of movies. We found out which is their favourite and there's a special Footsoldier quiz. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
The economy is slowly reopening, but many childcare options aren’t — forcing some working moms to choose between work and taking care of the kids. If that choice falls on working moms, it’s bad news for the economy and could mean a “she-cession,” says economist Armine Yalnizyan.Then, meat processing plants have become COVID-19 epicentres, exposing …
 
In this episode we're talking about album artwork, and whether it matters in the streaming age. We cover how album artwork plays a role when it comes to streaming; the resurgence of vinyl and the impact this has on the album artwork; and how to approach album artwork to cover all bases. Sponsors: Social Surge Electric Kiwi See acast.com/privacy for…
 
B.C.'s provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry, talks to Matt Galloway about the likelihood of a second wave of COVID-19, and how lessons learned so far will help Canadians to be ready.Then, we talk to a panel of experts about the progress being made in the search for a vaccine, and whether the public should temper expectations.Plus, police say…
 
Federico’s Supper Club has been an institution in Vancouver for more than 20 years, but is among a number of Canadian restaurants that recently closed their doors forever. We discuss the challenges facing your favourite restaurants in the pandemic, and beyond.Then, our national affairs panel discusses Ottawa's decision to extend the Canada-U.S. bor…
 
Keep it open, and risk the spread of infection. Keep it closed, and risk further effects on the economy. When is the right time to reopen the Canada-U.S. border? Former acting U.S. Secretary of Labor Seth Harris and former Minister of Foreign Affairs John Manley join Matt Galloway to discuss.Then, what will international travel look like in the mon…
 
Minutemen, New Alliance, fIREHOSE founder and LA Punk legend Mike Watt has lived a life of music and stayed true to his roots. Today he discusses the early days of the Minutemen, SST Records, New Alliance records, his decade of playing with Iggy & The Stooges, his recent project Fitted & more. If you like records, just starting a collection or are …
 
What are the prospects of a second wave in Canada? We start today looking to Germany and South Korea, where efforts to reopen are underway, and ask what Canada can learn from those countries.Then, whether you have a backyard, a community plot or a tiny balcony — you can get a little green in your life. We talk to garden lovers across the country ab…
 
In celebration of "World Whisky Day," I thought I'd re-release this episode. (originally aired 6/7/2019) Whether you consider yourself a bourbon consumer or maybe you’ve always been curious about diving into the world of whiskey but find yourself unsure how to approach a dram in a way that allows you to appreciate it to the fullest. Join me as I si…
 
With parents and kids in lockdown, dance challenges on TikTok have become a family affair. Associate professor Shauna Pomerantz is studying creativity on the social media platform, with some help from her daughter/co-researcher, 11-year-old Miriam. They tell us about doing mom-daughter dances in lockdown — for science!Then, on a reserve just outsid…
 
We talk to reporters in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario to hear about plans to re-open the provinces, and how COVID-19 has impacted their communities.Then, we ask three of Canada’s finest how they feel about the way the country has responded to COVID-19, and what we might be like after the pandemic passes. Matt Galloway is joined by Giller Prize-…
 
10 days working from home, four days back in the office — that’s the two-week model being suggested to get the economy back on track. We speak with economics professor Eran Yashiv, from the team who designed the model, and associate professor of biology Erin Bromage about how to protect ourselves when it’s time to step back into our workplaces. The…
 
On Monday, Brian Beattie became the first registered nurse in Canada to die from COVID-19. We hear from nurses about their fears and the moral choices they face as they head to work, particularly as the pandemic conversation shifts to reopening.Then, are you one of millions of people with an island on Animal Crossing? We get the lowdown on the lock…
 
On June 10, 1966, Capitol Records launched "Operation Retrieve", meant to recall nearly 250,000 vinyl records from across the USA. The record was The Beatles' "Yesterday & Today", a record now known as the "Butcher Cover", and highly desired by record collectors around the world. Beatles author & historian Bruce Spizer tells the tale of the album a…
 
We hear from Canadians caught up in the economic free fall caused by COVID-19, including a Halifax shop owner in crisis, and an out-of-work personal trainer supporting six kids. Then, Professor of Strategic Management Anita McGahan on the dos and don’ts of reopening the economy, and our national affairs panellists — economics columnist Heather Scof…
 
Of the Galvin family’s 12 children, 6 were diagnosed with schizophrenia. Their struggle, and the hunt for a genetic explanation, is the subject of the new book Hidden Valley Road. We talk to author Bob Kolker and Lindsay Rausch, the youngest sibling.Then, with time on our hands during COVID-19, people are turning to board games to keep occupied and…
 
Was your high school science fair project published in the New England Journal of Medicine? Thomas Khairy's was. The 15-year-old tells us what it’s like to become the youngest principal author ever published in the journal.Then, are masks helping us to protect each other from COVID-19? What kind should we wear and when, if at all? Infectious diseas…
 
Some Canadian universities announced that courses will be primarily taught online in the fall — but tuition won’t change. How is that sitting with students? Then, what does COVID-19 mean for the future of work? Organizational psychologist Adam Grant discusses what we can learn from the pandemic. And how do you protest during a pandemic when physica…
 
In Someone Knows Something Season 6, Debra has been searching for her son, Donald Izzett Jr. for 25 years. The last time she spoke with him was Mother’s Day. He had called from a road trip, but sounded upset, saying he needed money. Then the phone went dead. Donnie’s friend told police that he dropped him off in New Orleans. But Debra thinks he was…
 
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