Green Majority Radio January 17
Capitalism Itself Choosing Sides
Interview with Nathan Phillips from Boston University about "Sleeping Giants," a Twitter group that is pressuring brands advertising on hate sites like Brietbart.
Redeye January 16
Image: Wikimedia Commons/Tom Varco
A national pharmacare program would save the health-care system billions and improve the health of the one in 10 Canadians who can't afford the medication they are prescribed.
Redeye January 12
Image: Flickr/Tylor Sherman
Jordan Westfall says the hundreds of drug overdose deaths are a legacy of Harper's approach. Westfall is someone who formerly used opioid drugs and wrote his master's thesis on overdose prevention.
Rabbledocs January 12
Rebecca Visser looks at what drives Vancouver-based activists in their fight for climate justice. Produced as part of the "Making Time for Radio" project of Simon Fraser's CJSF Radio.
Talking Radical Radio January 11
Mairi Anderson and Cam McMillan talk about the work of transit advocacy group Bus Riders of Saskatoon.
face2face January 11
Luke Galati on Community, Basketball, Toronto and Gentrification
Luke Galati on community, the changing face of Toronto and gentrification. "Eastern" captures the story of a high school basketball powerhouse but is a story of the changing face of a neighbourhood.
Aw@l January 9
As contract faculty at Wilfrid Laurier University negotiate a new contract, many in the union have recognized their struggle as a moment in the widescale resistance to neoliberal ideologies.
WINGS January 9
Ell Williams tests out Local Motors' 3D printed Strati
The U.S. military is the world's biggest consumer of energy, and Katherine Hammack has spent six years working to make it more energy-efficient.
gooderGoods January 5
Tree ornaments: Moose, crystal + WISH
Kelly Okamura goes on a final shop at Honest Ed's, passes on bargains and owns up to buying an artificial tree.
Needs No Introduction January 4
Publisher: Harper Collins
Canada's seventh poet laureate talks about being Africanadian, and his most recent book "The Motorcyclist."
Talking Radical Radio January 4
Danielle Aubry and Joe McGuire talk about getting men active in working against sexual violence.
WINGS January 4
Dr. Dawn Memee Lavelle-Harvard.  Photo via
A talk by Dr. Dawn Memee Lavelle-Harvard, past president of the Native Women's Association of Canada.
Green Majority Radio January 2
Desmoging Journalism
The incoming Trump administration *shudder* has put a sooty fog over the climate movement, but let's not stop paying attention to the areas where we can do some good.
Living On Purpose December 29
Host Lynn Thompson meets with Tina Turner, owner of The Courage Herd on a farm outside Ottawa, and explores Facilitated Equine Experiential Learning.
Talking Radical Radio December 28
Aziz Choudry talks about his new book, Learning Activism: The Intellectual Life of Contemporary Social Movements.
Redeye December 26
The Liberal government passed a private member's bill giving funding priority to green infrastructure projects. Eric Doherty say this could mean tens of billions of dollars more for public transit.
Redeye December 24
Ian Gill, a former editor at the Vancouver Sun, and Marc Edge, journalism educator and media critic, address the present and future state of Canadian media in talks recorded in Vancouver on Nov 29.
Redeye December 23
Protesters in Seoul, South Korea on Nov. 19, 2016.     IMAGE: JUNG YEON-JE-POOL/
President Park is accused of more than a dozen corruption-related offences. Critics say the scandals, which have brought millions onto the streets, expose deep divisions in Korean society.
Living On Purpose December 22
From the Living on Purpose archives 2007, episode two. Commentary along with 100 quotes from the movie 'The Secret.'
Redeye December 22
Federal EA review
The federal government launched a wide-ranging review of its environmental assessment process in June 2016. It's wrapping up soon but there still time to make your views known.
rabble radio December 22
World Social Forum, a steampunk mystery and getting in a good headspace for the new year. Some highlights from the rabble podcast network in 2016.
Redeye December 21
Photograph by Denis Sinyakov / AFP / Getty
An article in the Washington Post on Nov 4 claimed to present evidence of Russian propaganda in the form of the website Prop-or-Not. Veteran reporter Dave Lindorff calls the article sloppy journalism.
Talking Radical Radio December 21
Herb Varley and Ivan Drury talk about the work of the Alliance Against Displacement in British Columbia.
Redeye December 19
BC budget surplus
British Columbians are in desperate need of affordable housing, higher social assistance rates and public school funding. Instead the government is spending a budget windfall on paying down the debt.
Asia Pacific Currents December 16
Labour updates of workers' struggles from the Asia-Pacific region and a discussion of labour struggles in 2016.
Needs No Introduction December 15
Slap suits are a common tactic which corporations use to shut down criticism. Four speakers talk about how to slap down slap suits at Media Democracy Days 2016.
Redeye December 14
Banners at the 2012 Community March Against Racism. Caelie_Frampton/Flickr
Richard Martineau is suing Ricochet Media for $350,000 for a satirical piece they published mocking his ideas. Ethan Cox says Martineau is known as a staunch defender of freedom of speech and satire.
Talking Radical Radio December 14
Mark Brown talks about the work of the Canadian chapter of the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists.
face2face December 14
Beauties Of The Night, Gender Disparity, "Show Women," and Re-Inventing Yourself
Maria-Jose and Olga and Face2Face host David Peck talk about show-women, reinventing yourself, living for and with your dreams and gender issues of all kinds.
WINGS December 13
Image: Vimeo/Lee Health
Two American women's health experts have another perspective on the claims that big pharma makes about hormone replacement therapy.