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Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | Last week

Rep. Byron Donalds Destroys CNN's Brianna Keilar for Devaluing His Conservative Views, Merits

"Hapless CNN hose it Brianna Keeler. It's trying to question a fantastic GOP rep from the West Coast of Florida happens to be black doesn't matter to conservatives. It matters everything to liberals, and she tries to put him in a spot in corner and but she hasn't realized Byron Donald's a lot smarter than her. Check this out. You have defended President Trump. You think that your defense of a person that said things like that might be incongruent with the mission of the CBC? First of all whatever the president said in the past has nothing to do with this discussion at all. I think Well, you defend you've defended you've defended. Don't cut me off. I didn't have not cut you off in his interview, Please do not do that to me. Thank you As a black man in America. I'm allowed to have my own thoughts on who I choose to support who I choose not to support. I think that it's important whether you're talking about the Congressional Black Caucus or the Florida State Legislative Black Caucus or the National Caucus of State black legislators organizations. I have been a part of in the past. My support of President Trump has been consistent, but at the same time I've had the ability to advocate for issues, ideas proposals. And funding that have helped the black community in my state. You're talking to somebody who my first three years in college was at Florida A and M and Hbcu. So whether my support my support for President Trump. Whether it's for or against is irrelevant. That has nothing to do with this discussion. This is whether the ideology of somebody who is conservative is welcome in the Congressional Black Caucus. It's really that simple and so to bring up President Trump to try to make this about him does not matter. It's irrelevant. It has nothing to do with the situation in hand. Yes, Yes. Hold on for the fox nation. Years. This is standing. Jim. If I'm off to my concern, yes Stand to go. Byron Donald's spectacular Nice job. I'm here alone in the studio. If we had a peanut gallery in the studio, they'd be around clapping to love this guy again, folks, the bench in the Republican Party is deep. The bench on the Democrat side is pathetic. It's

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Approx 75% of Ontario Home Sales NOT Being Inspected

Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered

02:28 min | Last week

Approx 75% of Ontario Home Sales NOT Being Inspected

"Many as seventy five percent of properties in the ontario area might be might be in the process of being bought and sold without home inspections. This is based on an article in the in the cbc recently And this was a poll from land. Inkster the secretary of young terrier association of certified home inspectors. Who believes that on conversation. He's having with inspectors throughout the province less than twenty five percent of all homes. Sales are being inspected so that means seventy five percent. Properties could possibly be being sold without inspections done. Obviously these are not scientifically one hundred percent accurate numbers. But if it's anywhere close to that the you know the article says and this is the one of the quotes in the in. The article says that this is a this is a situation where antero buyers could be in in in big trouble by not doing their due diligence. So this podcast is about making sure that you guys understand not just that you know the fact that you should be doing this but why you should be doing it and the reason why you should be doing it is because you want to know as much or more any property than anyone else does including the owners of that property and the listing agent and. That's something i've done for twenty one years now in always do this. I always want to do as much homework as much background research and do as much Find out as many stories. As i can about the area about other issues in the area developments everything that has to do with the enjoyment of that property and although i might not live in every single neighborhood that my clients want to live in. I always put myself in position that if i was going to live in that property what would i do to make myself feel safe and confident about it and this is really what i wanna pass on to. You guys the importance of doing that homework and doing everything that you need to do. So as a buyer you need to understand that you are not in a position where even if you are bidding on a property which you might not wanna do even if you're bidding on a property you have the option to do a pre home inspection before putting in your

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Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail

Morning Edition

02:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Florida Law May Thwart Effort by Cruise Industry to Set Sail

"A seven night Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale, with all crew and adult passengers vaccinated. Cruise industry has been shut down for the past 15 months by the Corona virus pandemic. The CDC said last month that cruise ships with nearly all passengers and crew vaccinated can resume sailing. But NPR's Greg Allen reports there is a problem it violates a Florida law. This ad by celebrities sums up the relief and excitement among cruise companies. Some day is finally here and we're ready to sail beyond again. Extended shutdown has cost the industry more than $17 billion in direct losses. The celebrity cruise departing June 26 will be the first under new CDC protocols. CBC says ships can resume sailing under two scenarios. The first is after conducting tests cruises with masks and social distancing in place show they can keep passengers and crew safe. The second scenario, when advocated by the industry, allows ships to resume sailing immediately as long as 95% of passengers and crew are vaccinated. Chris Gray Faust is managing editor of the website. Cruise critic. People will not have to wear masks, they will not have to do social distancing and at least in the US, they'll be able to do shore excursions without you're staying in a cruise ship bubble type of situation. The idea of requiring all adult passengers to be vaccinated is popular not just with the companies but also cruise passengers. House says the survey conducted last week found 80% of cruise passengers said they would prefer to sail on a ship with a vaccine requirement. So what we're finding is that Abbott cruisers want to get back to see, but they would overwhelmingly prefer to be on a ship with vaccines. That's what passengers want. It's what cruise lines want. But it's not what Florida Governor Rond de Santis once. He recently signed a bill passed by the Republican Legislature at his request, which bans company from requiring any customer to show proof of vaccination. Under the law, each violation carries a $5000 fine. Asked about it last week, De Santis said, applies to cruise lines and that if they violated, they'll pay. We are going to enforce Florida law. I mean, We have

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Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin

Art Beauty

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

Natural Ways to Treat Textured Skin

"Thought sonya car. She is a true celebrity facialists. Having worked on everybody from blended paltrow to madonna and her beautiful daughter mimi to carberry. They are both now working on sonia. Takhar skin skin-care and of course have fabulous skin clinic in beverly hills. Hello ladies thank you so much for joining me today. I got thank you so much for having us. You have this fabulous blog. And i noticed one of the post was on textured skin we are now going into. It is like the kick off to summer. I don't know about you in beverly hills but here in new york. I feel like we've all been you know basically hiding under rocks you know and we're ready to come out now but our skin you know whether it's something like caritas. Polaris or maybe it's just we've got dry scaly skin we all want to come out and be gorgeous and glowing for summer Do you have some tips on how we can sort of tackle that when it comes to her skin skin on the face and on the body. It's interesting you bring out because when we were louis wanna right. Barry educational law goes on walk. The estimate just per website nobody talks texture skin. I even researched it. There's very few articles about it and the thing people talk about acne or wrinkles made even rotation but textures in anything as soon as you and you can't cover it with makeup sin as the light hits your skin specifically right now right this summer people getting vaccinated people are starting to go out and right now. Cbc just released. You don't have to wear masks. You actually go see your skin for the first time in over a beer this socket. That light hits your skin. Anything that's not baby smooth is texture skin. Acne dowry reina's. It's one of the big things that sony has been treating at the clinical. Let you talk about like honor. Different tips on what you happy. Ball but it. It could be from a variety of skincare dermatitis. Something huge at sony's been seeing in the last two years anything could really lead to texture skin

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How Indigenous People Are Promoting and Learning Their Languages

Unreserved

02:31 min | Last month

How Indigenous People Are Promoting and Learning Their Languages

"For many people trying to learn a language is all about immersing yourself in one family and ontario has challenged themselves to make their home and free zone and are trying to stick to finish. Nabi mohan exclusively. They're sharing their experience. A new podcast called n weighing our sound much. Go go up and this is. My husband was all over new here. We will be talking about stories challenges triumphant as we share our experiences. Our the five. That's the intro to new podcast. By and wife were trying to raise their three year old daughter and one year old son entirely without english. But mom most could grab could quit. Didn't grow up. Speaking in snobby mohan. She actually studied german university and was living in austria when she felt a deep longing to learn about her own culture. The best way. I could describe it was it felt like someone was holding silly putty from here and i was all the way over in austria and i could just feel like that tiny tiny little strand was was still there and i i needed to go back and and kindle let fire so most could could quay came back to turtle island and began studying an nabi mohan. She spoke with cbc's k. To dak about how falling in love with her language transformed her family and created a home. Her kids speak sounds that she says were always meant to be. There's when i began learning the language and the breakdowns and the roots of who we are and what that meant. I felt that piece. I felt like that but missing piece was was filled in and i could kind of move forward in life and move in a direction. Finally i wasn't wandering around trying to find that anymore when i began learning initiative win It's a language that is alive. it's a spirit and itself. And i don't really know how else to describe that other than you can have a relationship with it and in a relationship. That has a two way street. And i'm trying not to get emotional because it's just so beautiful to me because like i fell in love with it. It gives me a chance to connect with those at our. I've gone like long before but still walk with me. And these are there ways and they held it and carried it and protected it for so long for me and for my children to have. I just feel like it's the most beautiful gift you ever give. Somebody

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Heeding Complaints, Biden Lifts Refugee Cap to 62,500

In The Thick

02:16 min | Last month

Heeding Complaints, Biden Lifts Refugee Cap to 62,500

"On monday. President joe biden lifted the refugee cap to sixty two thousand five hundred after initially keeping the record low limit of fifteen thousand set by former president trump so this effectively raises the number of refugees who can be admitted to the united states through september of this year. Okay the last president. Julio that actually raised the number it was george. H w bush a republican little history lesson. They're like so. Let's just say sixty two thousand better than fifteen thousand navidad. Okay okay now. We also saw this thing which was a little weird right. We began to see families being reunited under the bite. Administration's task force program to find and reunite separated families. This is good. We're going to talk a little bit about the performative nature of that in a second and how we feel about it but the truth is is that there are still over. Twenty two thousand five hundred migrant children who were unaccompanied who are in this government's custody and we're seeing the biden administration talk about immigration kind of like. Oh we're done been there done that it saw. I know it's like what yeah right. So here's how white house press secretary who so in touch with this issue. Not oh jen. Sacchi out said on tuesday. After four years of an immigration system rooted in destructive and caddock policies president biden is taking the challenge head on and his building a fair orderly and humane immigration system. That's our objective and wanted to provide a couple of Data pieces of data. You may have seen but they've come out since the last time. We had a briefing in here. At the end of march there were more than five thousand children. Customs and border protection patrol stations today. That number is approximately six hundred. The amount of time children spend cbc's facilities is down by seventy five percent from one hundred and thirty one hours at the end of march two under thirty hours now. Clearly we're not done. There's a lot of work ahead. Migration is a dynamic and evolving challenge But the president has a plan. And we're working on implementing it

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Fauci Believes Health Officials Won't Cancel Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Fauci Believes Health Officials Won't Cancel Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

"Vaccine remains on hold over blood clotting concerns. But as NPR's Amy held reports, the government's top infectious disease specialists expects the U. S to resume giving the shot this week. Johnson and Johnson vaccine is in limbo after six women out of more than six million people who got the shot developed rare and dangerous blood clots. CBC Advisors meet on Friday to discuss what's next. Dr Anthony Fauci tells CBS's face the nation he expects they'll recommend reintroducing it, perhaps with restrictions based on age or gender. I would be very surprised if we don't have a resumption. In some form by Friday. As for the other two authorized vaccines, the to dose visor and Madonna shots. Studies suggest immunity last for at least six months. Beyond that, the jury's still out about whether a third shot is needed. Fauci says he expects public health officials to make a decision about a booster shot. By fall. Amy held NPR news.

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Chinese Economy Grew More Than 18% in First Quarter

BBC World Service

01:28 min | 2 months ago

Chinese Economy Grew More Than 18% in First Quarter

"That's a here about China now. Which eyes was, of course, the first country hit by the Corona virus, But it appears considering what they've been saying about the economy that they've managed to recover because the economy grew by record. 18% in the first three months off this year will tell us more about this recovery from the impact Off the pandemic. We're joined by Andrew Water on our business desk. I think it is a case. Definitely a first into the coronavirus first out for China. Let's find out more from the about those fears by talking to Jimmy and his chief of Karnak, China economist had I. CBC Standard. Bank. Good morning to you. 18% is a stunning figure, though, is that figure, though inflated or distorted by things that have been happening over the past year. It is stunning, indeed. But yes, you're right. The base effects. Obviously, last year first quarter, we had negative growth for the first time in a very long time in China. So, of course, comparing that to this quarter, any sort of a curry would print out a double digit figure, but actually a much more meaningful comparison. Maybe comparing this quarter to quarter one of 2019 before. The pandemic, and that figure is still above 10%. So that measure still tells us that this recovery is gaining more over over ground and on the two year average that Julie Peak Quart one figure is still printing at 5%, which is fairly

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Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

01:51 min | 2 months ago

Canada Has More New COVID-19 Cases per Capita Than US

"Cases of covert per capita than the United States. Of course, that country's population is only a fraction of ours. In fact, there are more people in California than in Canada. But it is really a dire situation for our neighbor to the North. Canada is one of the only countries in the world with significant outbreaks of three variants. At the same time, the UK, Brazilian and South African versions. The vaccine rollout just can't keep up. It's so bad that the CDC said earlier this month. Even fully vaccinated Americans should not travel to Canada. We're going to talk about all this now with Adam Miller. He's a senior health writer with the CBC and he's joining us from Toronto. Hi. Hi. Thanks for having me Well. It certainly is shocking to most of us to hear what's happening in your country. What is happening? What's driving this third wave? Yeah, that's a great question. Um You know, we've gotten off to a slow start with our vaccination roll out just because of the fact that candidate doesn't really have a domestic manufacturing capacity here. So all of our vaccines to date have come from other countries like India and the Europe and we're obviously gotten some AstraZeneca vaccines from the U. S is well recently, so We don't have that built in capacity to manufacture our own vaccines yet we're hoping to build that up now and in the coming years, But it's not something that we can really draw on right now. So we're really hoping that the U. S will. Open up. It's vaccine supply. But the priority, of course, is U. S citizens And we totally understand that. And I think the prime minister here understands that but hopefully down the road we get to a point where even you know some of the drug companies in the U. S. Will be able to give us more shipments because we're really at the kind of Whim of whatever they decide, because, like I said, we don't have any domestic manufacturing capacity is it that you don't have the capacity or they just made the decision not to

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Nature Makes GMO Fish

Science Facts & Fallacies

02:11 min | 2 months ago

Nature Makes GMO Fish

"Skeptical of aqua bounties fast-growing salmon while nature makes genetically modified fish to next up. Why the effort to find a quote biological basis for being transgender is misguided and harmful and finally cure for sickle cell diseases inches closer with the launch of a major gene. Therapy trial very exciting stuff. But first up kevin. Let's talk about Natural gm fish apparently. Yeah this is really cool and this is a report that came out in. Cbc news which is canadian broadcasting company usually not writing very favorable things about genetic engineering because this isn't genetic engineering unless it's genetic engineering that nature did so the story goes back to a couple of researchers at queens university. A lorry graham and peter davies found this evidence a while ago now that there was this antifreeze gene that helped the rainbow smelt live through freezing temperatures so super cooling fish and some other organisms can endure temperatures below freezing because of a mechanisms that keep their cells from forming ice crystals. What interesting stuff going on there and if you think about it. These are cold-blooded so when it gets below freezing you have the risk of freezing so years ago. Probably a decade and a half. I guess they found this evidence that there was A this gene that that didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense that that it that it looked like a in so we go over now to herring and smelt How was this hearing. Gene ending up and smelt the last time that they were related was by extremely distant ancestor. They said by the article article here. Two hundred and fifty million years ago so that was like the carbon difference period so these two individual lineages of fish split off pretty early a back before dinosaurs or you know and so this really cool so well same time as early dinosaurs.

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Oasis Says Proposed Price for Toshiba Is Too Low; Shares Rise

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

Oasis Says Proposed Price for Toshiba Is Too Low; Shares Rise

"R and Brooke Field will be teaming to put forward a bid for Toshiba that would rival a current offer from CBC Capital Partners. Earlier, Oasis Management was offering some commentary, the firm saying that the offer from CBC is essentially to cheap Toshiba shares right now better by 5%. Although the Nikkei is down a half of 1% Elsewhere in the packed room. We haven't sold the Cosby advancing by 2/10 of

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CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

Brian Mudd

00:56 sec | 2 months ago

CDC, FDA Urge Pause in Johnson and Johnson COVID Vaccine

"Bump in the road on the way to herd immunity to separate regulatory agencies are recommending that immunizations using the popular One shot Cupid vaccine be put on hold CBC's Aaron Carter ski a certain severe blood clot occurs and fewer than one in a million people, but it has to be treated in a special way. So the CDC and the FDA want to temporarily halt the U. Of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine so doctors can learn about it. About seven million doses of the J and J vaccine have been administered. So far, there have been only six women between the ages of 18 and 48, who developed a blood clot about a week after receiving their doses. ABC News Medical contributor. Dr Ashish Joshi, the dean of Brown University School of Public Health, says Despite the pause, I think the Jang jae vaccine is both terrific and its efficacy and it is exceedingly safe based on everything I know I'd feel comfortable having my family get it. Walgreens this morning announced that is putting a hold on the use of the J and J

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Bowen Yang on How His Journey to SNL

Chosen Family

01:52 min | 2 months ago

Bowen Yang on How His Journey to SNL

"Bowen yang. Thank you for joining us. Thanks so excited. This is my debut on the cbc really. Are you kidding me. I think so well they will actually know you know you know what happened after we did boehner high on. Snl someone did reach out from cbc. They're like can hop on an interview. And i might the publicists At nbc said maybe not the best idea just because people seem to be very upset fits the best not accept people even further. You understand why people were upset. I know all the reasons people are obsessed up to all of them and i apologize deeply. Montrealers love when montreal is spoken about especially in something american but the irony is that as soon as we get that acknowledgement were immediately critical of it. Like they didn't get it right. It's not good answer for us but your sketch was so good. It was silly. It was fully character that was completely inaccurate. I understand anyone being upset or taking issue with it. But i'm the same way a- anytime someone acknowledges me anytime i get any attention if it's even slightly different from the kind of attention i want. Then i get very upset. But i think one thing that a lot of people don't know about you is that you actually live in quebec and so there is a real connection. I would happen. I i grew up in. I grew up in brossard and i spoke french better that i spoke english. I like. i spoke french better than they spoke. Mandarin i like it was i was truly like one of y'all got plucked away.

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COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

COVID-19 Variants Wreak Havoc in the US

"Massachusetts has more cases of the Brazil Corona virus variant than any other state in the country. The CBC reporting 58 cases of the P one variant. Florida has the second most number of cases 55. The majority of cases reportedly are linked to an outbreak on the Cape 50 cases in Barnstable County. Oh, mon experts, meantime, say they're concerned about what is being called a double mutant covert variant. This is a new very that was first detected in India. Now CNN in Northern California has to 13 mutations one which is on the spiky protein of the virus latches onto so that is concerning that's ABC is Dr John Brown,

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Beer (MM #3664)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Beer (MM #3664)

"The with kevin mason show called jan the other day on hulu jann arden. Is canadian singer. Songwriter who has her own tv. Show on the cbc as well as on hulu and they were camping out and having powdered beer. And i thought well that's a silly thing to talk about. So i looked up powdered bureau online and found out. It was real all these years. I've been on this earth. I'd never heard of nor have. I tried powdered beer. I realized it's not something for me. I don't drink beer anymore and haven't had one in years. I was like that's kind of and found out it's a thing that's been around for a long time and for those who camping. Who can't keep beer cold or can't keep beer nearby. Powdered beer may be the answer. Who knew it's kind of strange to think about and there's a part of me that wants to try it just to be able to say i've tried it now. I have a lot of friends who love to camp love to drink beer. But i've never heard them talk about. It wasn't a thing back. When i used to camp back in the day so i'm wondering how long it's been around and why go this way my mind is blown and now i'm wondering what other things i've been missing throughout the years that you would think i would have known.

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Beer (MM #3664)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Beer (MM #3664)

"The with kevin mason show called jan the other day on hulu jann arden. Is canadian singer. Songwriter who has her own tv. Show on the cbc as well as on hulu and they were camping out and having powdered beer. And i thought well that's a silly thing to talk about. So i looked up powdered bureau online and found out. It was real all these years. I've been on this earth. I'd never heard of nor have. I tried powdered beer. I realized it's not something for me. I don't drink beer anymore and haven't had one in years. I was like that's kind of and found out it's a thing that's been around for a long time and for those who camping. Who can't keep beer cold or can't keep beer nearby. Powdered beer may be the answer. Who knew it's kind of strange to think about and there's a part of me that wants to try it just to be able to say i've tried it now. I have a lot of friends who love to camp love to drink beer. But i've never heard them talk about. It wasn't a thing back. When i used to camp back in the day so i'm wondering how long it's been around and why go this way my mind is blown and now i'm wondering what other things i've been missing throughout the years that you would think i would have known.

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Mysterious brain disease 'cluster' under investigation in Canada

Markley and Van Camp

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Mysterious brain disease 'cluster' under investigation in Canada

"What is this? All right? Yeah. More than 40 cases of the mysterious brain illness that resembles mad cow disease have been reported in Canada. God Oh, no. Lockdown the ball right, Scott, Lock it down. According to the CBC. The illness has similarities to the rare and fatal brain disorder known as C J D, and its variants, including mad cow disease. But it's not the same disease. They don't know what it is. Mm. So they've been seeing this pop up for the last five or six years, but they've been seeing it rise over in recent years. Really? 2020 24 cases and so far in 2021, there have been six cases. This has nothing to do with social media. Like what? It does your brain. No. They

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Samra Habib on Being a "Queer Muslim"

Chosen Family

01:25 min | 3 months ago

Samra Habib on Being a "Queer Muslim"

"Our guest today as samra habib. She's a writer journalist and photographer based in toronto last year. She released the critically acclaimed. We have always been here. Acquire muslim memoir and it was the winner of. Cbc's canada reads twenty twenty. I love this book so much. I think i cried at least three times. She's a leading voice in canadian. Literature for writing and photography has been featured in publications like the new york times the guardian the washington post and vanity fair. We spoke to her at the beginning of the year. I actually saw an astrologer a month ago with a seven arlen session not yet to take a bunch of breaks and she told me that When i was born my father was having his saturn return so he was going for law was really released of inches bow. How was gonna support a child and we just moving from basically but a new kid would arrive you know. That's kind of like a consistent theme through meisters for home I think that is very much shaped by the fact that growing up. I didn't really have this stable home way.

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"cbc" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"cbc" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"The podcast version of q the cbc radio show thanks a lot for streaming this or downloading this bit of stressful morning this morning i'm not gonna lie to you i had to interview my new boss the new head of cbc canada catherine tate and you know we have a job to do around here and i'm happy to do it you know should ask hard questions and ask real questions to people but not everyday you ask it to the person who ultimately is is signing your paycheck she signed my paycheck i don't know anyway interesting conversation a little bit about her vision for the cbc and how you know this idea of going digital is not going anymore it's gone digital it's now digital and we talk a little bit about how the cbc conserve people like you who listen to this stuff on podcast who listened to the stuff not on necessarily traditional radio or on television so i was heartened by our conversation they'll be can check it out at jail richardson's by with the new book for the tortoise franz simon dune ahead of the world cup semi final talks about why style in soccer is sometimes as interesting as what goes on on the pitch as they say and the pride and joy of country music charley pride show starts now in a job like this you get a chance to talk to all kinds of different people but you don't often get to interview your own boss meccan only go well right catherine tate is the brand new president and ceo of cbc canada she's been working in the film and tv world for decades she's also the first woman to lead the public broadcaster in the history of the cbc catherine tate joins me live right now from studio in montreal.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"Version of the cbc radio show i've been saying this a lot recently but i think it's because they've been pretty good reasonably big show today a lot going on right off the bat we have one of the top som raiders in all of music right now essentially if you wanna hit if you can somehow get her on the phone jillian michaels is the person to call she's written hits for selena gomez for keith urban for justin bieber you're gonna hear a couple of those little songs she's written to jog your memory and just a second jillian michaels talks about songwriting we break down some of the more famous songs she's ever written and we talk about her decision to sing some of her own songs for once in how that's a bit of a risk but how it's paid off anti donohue dress by with two goods in a bad christopher plummer icon a canadian actor on coming back to shakespeare after an eighty year career seventy year career tonight with tesol the toronto symphony orchestra and also he gives me a little bit of a hard time for playing the banjo i'm kind of into it and then finally mike shinoda who you might know as one of the members of lincoln park mike noto was a co founder of lincoln park with guy named chester bennington who died of suicide last year and mike shinoda has written an album called post traumatic all about how he got through it and he has some really pointed advice for what we can do in terms of mental health in terms of the way we take care of ourselves and for me people like me in this business of how we talk about people have died of suicide really important conversation and i'm still kinda surprised that mike can have it but i'm honored that he had it with me all right show starts now see if you recognize these songs can't keep my hands to myself is it just the is it down sorry.

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"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hi i'm nora young this is spark from cbc radio this time with mark zuckerberg taking his apology tour to europe we thought the time was right for a special look at the state of social media a social media swamps us in information of dubious quality is reputation more important than ever we are your peak data everything can be known with luke leaks from internet and yet we have feeling that we sort of lose control entering the reputation age and who wouldn't want to be part of organizing the world information which the whole lot different than i really wanted to come in and write some cold in the program what the tech sectors audacious mission statements tells about them and the rest of us i up though breaking the trust busters on spark the future incoming the future is coming features come coming arrive intact arrive intact this is this is spark.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more there is a long standing idea there's you might even want to call it like a stereotype that comedians miserable not like in person but maybe that's stuck around for a long time because you don't really hear a lot of jokes on stage about happiness you don't really hear on the comedians coming up going how's it going everybody nice to be here thanks for coming in pretty good everything's great life nothing is wrong and i'm not upset about anything but when tig notaro gets up on stage and says something like that it's the truth i know you came for punch lines i've been doing stand up for twenty years and in order to make you happy i have to make myself happy i and it truly tickles me to tell you a long boring story ends with so that was a hard time a little bit of tig notaro in her new netflix special happy to be here tig broke out onto the comedy scene in twenty twelve during what she calls the worst years of her life there was a near death experience the death of mother the end of a relationship she was diagnosed with cancer but these days takes material comes from more upbeat place her family her marriage and thankfully her good health pignataro join me studio in los angeles to talk a little bit about watson spire her latest special and the reality that even when.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more show businesses fall actor thing dan and models and then they're me i thing that model i can make the word canadian found that thing when i'm over the then people mistake me for an america i'm outraged as when they conversed too right but he called one of the most memorable characters and actually neither of those things that ever happened now i'm never mistaken as an american horse you couldn't you couldn't really make canadian sixty no no i can't do it as scott thomsen is is here to talk a little bit about buddy called one of the most memorable characters to come out of kids in the hall he's introduced buddy to audiences all across north america starting with the kids in the hall then years later when buddy was a correspondent on stephen colbert the colbert report even in person on tour bring buddy to the stage like he's doing again in a new show called apparat daleus the buddy cole monologues got to nobody call even better about twenty years ago when scott and his writing partner paul bellini published buddy babylon the auto biography of buddy cole a fictional account of buddies life story i'm doing this in front of you so it'd be like is it all accurate so far th god i can't stop thinking philip roth though because i'm making liver tonight at.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more this might be the ultimate dream scenario imagine you're playing in a band and you're torn across europe your visiting a brand new city a part of the world i mean even brand new country you haven't seen before every single night tour comes to an end and you are not in any way ready to go home yet but you realize that you know exactly have nine to five to go home to nothing really stop you from extending your trip so you decide to hunker down in spain for a while one of the members of yukon blonde got to live out this dream scenario a couple years ago when his band you come on wrapping up european tour jeff made a temporary home from self in spain it ended up becoming the perfect spot to start working on the baynes new album you're going to hear lots more about this adventure from jeff in the ban in just a minute but first here's one of the brand new songs off that brand new album recorded live and accused ideo this is you calm blonde with love the way you are.

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"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hi i'm nora young this is spark from cbc radio this time how museums are changing with the times they didn't just want or expertise they also wanted the stuff but that stuff includes way more than the rooms pool of historical objects building global museum for the digital future and we're used to social media influencers internet celebrities amassing thousands of fans and modeling the wears of brands but what happens when the influence our isn't real difference between fiction fiction and you know things that are supposed to replicate real life we look at virtual influencers first up though sure i'm human promise on spark the future incoming the future is coming features coming coming arrive intact arrive intact this is this is spark.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more this is probably something you learn growing up and it still holds true first impressions are important first impressions can really stick with people that's why the first q show i did i tried my best not to curse the next person you're about to hear from is julian denison he's a fifteen year old actor from new zealand and the first impression a lot of people have him on film while he was feeling a bunch of potato chips setting fire to a mailbox and stirring up trouble what am i going to do maybe a rocket launcher gonna come for all soon merits not awesome ricky it serious hey dangerous to them to prison king stop that's jillian denison in hunt for the builder people which is a film you may not have seen but it's the kind of film that if you have seen it it's probably your favorite film do you know what i mean like it's considered to be a real cult film like you know it's not necessarily the biggest film in north america but those who have seen like it an awful lot but i will say it's also the highest grossing film ever to come out of new zealand and it was a film that impressed ryan reynolds vancouver's owned tom power doppler ganger ryan reynolds so when the canadian actor was putting together his latest film deadpool two hey knew he just had to work with julian and just like that jillian denison was adopted into the marvel universe scoring role in the highly anticipated deadpool two which by the way opens in theaters this weekend don't worry about a ri proving the power of a first impression even when it's a bit of a wild one.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more canadian this warm weather that's starting to come with the arrival of spring may have had a chance to walk around with a bit you know walk around your town your city maybe you've even come across one of the sheriff fire signs of spring seeing buskers strumming away for change performing on the sidewalk i don't know if you know this so many big musicians when you listen to them a lot of them got their start busking like rod stewart tracy chapman ed sharon and passenger and the next musician you're about to hear james bay in only a couple of years james win from busking on the streets of brighton in england to walking the red carpet at the grammy's he even kind of kept up his busker look long hair fedora dark jeans dirty laced up boots but now james bay is changing up that image and moving into the next chapter of his career this friday he stopped drops his second album electric light and just like his new look his new sound surprising a lot of his fans to as you're about to hear that idea of transformation and pushing yourself creatively to keep trying new things while it's what drives james baid keep doing what he does just like busking and the simple art of performing keeps motivating him as well take a listen.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experienced books in a whole new way were stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hey how are you it is monday may fourteenth this is the podcast version of q the cbc radio show i said hey how are you like mark wahlberg haywire cohen he don't all right barton i dunno jerry o'connell is on the show today who you might know from his new television show carter where he plays this great it's a guy who wants played a detective on hollywood now getting to be a detective in real life you might know from crossing jordan you might know him when he was a kid in vernon stand by me though as a friend damage donald just texted v if you had to channels in the eighties you knew him from the television show my secret identity which was this canadian show jerry o'connell was the most surprising guest he came in with seventy five canadian references and talked about drake and the toronto transit commission and anyway it was very very fascinating but also he went somewhere in talking about how working on police procedural law and order can get kind of boring which i think you don't hear people say very often i really enjoyed talking to him john stanley and amanda perez or here to talk about atlanta the revival of brooklyn nine nine and the also talked a little bit about don quixote which i think i'm pronouncing correctly a film about don quixote which is twenty years in the making almost thirty years in the making and now is about to come out the winner of the prison prize for best canadian music video loved having fantasia fritz on.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experience books in a whole new way we're stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more it is choose so that means it's time to catch up on all things pop culture with our good friend anti donahue she stops by every week to she loves right now and one thing she could do well without we call it to goods and bad and just walk into the studio here in toronto hi hello very breezy just like walking in going on hang out squad under the desk i live i know what your first one is but i'm really excited to talk about it so what is your first good okay so because we're all very lucky ver fortunate people donald gopher hosted snl this weekend and then reminded us all of you love him so much so i mean obviously they'll like if you've been following donald glover's career this is the actor donald dean actor aka future linda covers in you might know him from atlanta you might know from community i mean way to ruin my description very carefully orchestrated continue he did get a start writing comedy so he wrote for thirty rock tina fey is even been like we knew he was going to be big even then so how larry wonderful host but then he surprised us by dropping to new childish gambino songs challenge game being his rap alter ego one is called saturday and the other this is america and then a video for another taxes america dropped as well and here's a listen.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experience books in a whole new way we're stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hey i'm tom power welcome to the show it is one of choose day may this is the podcast version of q the cbc radio show pretty exciting show today but before we get to it i want to thank you for coming out to the q live at the marquis and halifax it was like such a beautiful experience for me not just because i got to essentially have hometown show like a hometown show in how ex but also just see my old friends and i've been living in trauma now for like six or seven years and i love it up here but the you know it's still a bit strange to me to be honest still strange to be living here at all and going back to these goes and being able to see see some buddies meant the world to me so thanks thanks so much coming out that out of the way morgan neville is on the show today who's morgan esco he's academy award winning documentary one of the most important documentary maker especially around pop culture of time the reasonings on the show is he made this beautiful.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast discover what millions around the world already have audible has canada's largest library of audiobooks including exclusive content curated by and four canadians experience books in a whole new way we're stories are brought to life by powerful performances from renowned actors and narrators with the free audible app you can listen anytime anywhere whether you're at home in the car or out on a jog the first thirty days of the audible membership or free including a free book go to www dot audible dot ca slash cbc to learn more hey how i it is monday may seventh and i'm going to i'm going to level with you i'm tom power this is the podcast version of cutesie radio show that is not mean levelling with you that's just me saying thing i always say the level with you that it is currently thursday may third and i am recording this podcast incher today because we are about to embark on a trip to my favorite part of this country the east coast of this country i call home a halifax nova scotia which romy growing up in saint john's might well have been toronto and tokyo new york all wrapped up into one city so we're about to head there the show you're about to hear is the show that happened at the marquee ballroom sunday night we'll be happening this sunday in my world i know this is a little bit confusing all gonna say is that i hope it all goes well i hope what you're about to hear is great i have a feeling it's going to be we have some of the best guests ever in the history of the east coast some of the best musicians ever to come out of the east coast i'm so excited for you to hear it and unless it didn't happen it should start now.

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"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I'm lack limbs in battery i'm performing artist and woman that's from both greenland and canada and i live in it's on a long stretch of hills and plateaus and it surrounded by tundra you step off of my back deck and you're on the tundra and right in front of us is probush obey jesse inland doke full of eilly which are harp seals and birds and fish it's a very rich place beautiful place the song is bike a mile lewke who it's called shit jacoby tuna and i chose the song for the q block party because it is such an essential part of nunavut and cbc nunavut is on all the time in just about everybody's household in other and across the north it's actually the source of indicated news and culture that everybody can just switch on so we hear jet is doing a lot in anybody from calloway who's listening will be like oh yeah there goes again and it's such a sweet song because in all across the circum polar world and have a love affair with our land with new and that's why all of our reach have that word in new now which means land nunavut new night netivot.

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"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"You're listening to spark from your friends at cbc radio your jackson palmer the creator of does coin say it's important to shift the focus back to building the technology behind cryptocurrency rather than focus on speculation otherwise a whole space runs the risk of imploding and the technology forgotten well professor at cornell university's computer science department is doing just that amine mean goon seer is the codirector at the initiative for cryptocurrencies and smart contracts and initiatives started by faculty members from several universities in the states do you hold any cryptocurrencies yourself right now of course i do i ask which once um this though for some i hold i hold of igf coins amin is an expert in the technology that powers cryptocurrency rather than the cryptocurrency markets this interview is not meant to be marketed vice and means organization works on the core technologies powering many of the cryptocurrencies and tries to make them better so what does he make of the frenzy in space older than the big hurt but will encrypt a girl who you've been circular just about everything that her toward blockchain's immigrant horns has seen a lot of her in her um and vote everything that is radio curricula circle some kind health takers of people who are putting money into its uh just throw on the officer the fifth refusing to turn into something valuable so they're nod of normal we have seen for many different kinds of efforts before where people fee from technological a promise and they jump in and um and the happens in various different waves we are quite aware he's into blockchain's revolution.

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"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"cbc" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"You're listening to spark from your friends at cbc radio your jackson palmer the creator of does coin say it's important to shift the focus back to building the technology behind cryptocurrency rather than focus on speculation otherwise a whole space runs the risk of imploding and the technology forgotten well professor at cornell university's computer science department is doing just that amine mean goon seer is the codirector at the initiative for cryptocurrencies and smart contracts and initiatives started by faculty members from several universities in the states do you hold any cryptocurrencies yourself right now of course i do i ask which once um this though for some i hold i hold of igf coins amin is an expert in the technology that powers cryptocurrency rather than the cryptocurrency markets this interview is not meant to be marketed vice and means organization works on the core technologies powering many of the cryptocurrencies and tries to make them better so what does he make of the frenzy in space older than the big hurt but will encrypt a girl who you've been circular just about everything that her toward blockchain's immigrant horns has seen a lot of her in her um and vote everything that is radio curricula circle some kind health takers of people who are putting money into its uh just throw on the officer the fifth refusing to turn into something valuable so they're nod of normal we have seen for many different kinds of efforts before where people fee from technological a promise and they jump in and um and the happens in various different waves we are quite aware he's into blockchain's revolution.

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