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radio book lounge January 22
Where's part one? you might reasonably inquire. Why it's in episode 12 of rabble radio, the rpn's flagship show. But whether or not you've had a listen to that, you're sure to enjoy the readings and d
rabble radio January 22
This episode our U.S. correspondent Keith Gottschalk is holding his breath (or is it his nose?) as he watches Canadians head for the polls, rabble books editor Lisa Rundle talks to her compatriot in t
Redeye January 22
Yves Engler was imprisoned for several days for heckling the Prime Minister over Haiti. He talks about how Haiti Action Montreal is raising the issue of Canada's involvement in Haiti during the electi
Archived January 20
New reports suggest an explosion of people meeting online in Japan, but this is anything but a dating service....<br /> Plus, jumpstarting your heart in the comfort of your own home
Podcast DIY January 19
Wayne reviews the new podcast features in Garageband 3, just out for the Mac. He ends the show with &quot;I Love My Mac&quot; by Toronto musician Daphne Kalfon.
Redeye January 19
The Safe Third Country agreement with the United States has been in effect for one year and the number of refugees making claims at the land border has dropped dramatically. Canada is rapidly losing i
Archived January 18
Cathi and Nora debate the U.K's new crackdown on 'yobs'. Simple respect, or first step to a police state?<br /> Plus, why geeks are the new sex gods in Japan.<br /> And, what have thesniffer listener
Archived January 17
Cathi tips you off to the real must-have accessory for your mp3 player. Plus, what's the weird attraction of having your own private &quot;being room&quot;?
Redeye January 17
Canada's energy resources are running out but, under NAFTA, we are bound to send 70% of what we have south of border. Gordon Laxer of the Parkland Institute in Alberta says Canada needs an energy secu
Redeye January 15
Ali Abunimah is a Palestinian American writer and journalist. He is a founder and frequent contributor to the Electronic Intifada website. In this interview, he talks about the life of Ariel Sharon.
Archived January 13
Cathi tips us off to a new technology that claims to read your mind and tell if you're lying. Nora worries about a future of invasive brain monitoring for everything from behaviour modification to se
Redeye January 12
The Canadian government is quietly bringing the country in line with the new U.S. security climate. Immigration lawyer and activist Zool Suleman explains what's in store. Also in this show, a conversa
Sizzle January 11
For our second podcast we prepare a classic Sunday dinner: Roast Chicken, Saffron-braised New Potatoes and Caramelized Leeks.
Archived January 11
Cathi and Nora return from a trip to New York all hopped up on techno gadgets, cool art in craters, and New Yorkers...who are friendlier than Torontonians!
Archived January 9
Cathi and Nora are back from vacation and ready to dish about the MASSIVE Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas...What was Tom Hanks doing? Why is my phone connected to the fridge, and is convergence
Redeye January 8
Dr. Michael Rachlis argues that the public sector can alleviate Canada's waitlist problems and that private for-profit clinics actually tend to make things worse. Also, Chris Arsenault talks about the
Africafiles: The Pulse January 6
Interview with Diana Mavhunduse, African journalist based in Toronto plus a look at democracy vs poverty, disease etc.
Archived January 6
Cathi and Nora head out to the farm for the inside scoop on nanotechnology with thesniffer's very first guest star!<br /> Recorded Summer '05
Redeye January 6
In a precedent-setting decision, North Vancouver school district was found liable for the years of homophobic bullying Azmi Jubran experienced in high school. Also, Moneymart and the payday lending in
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension January 5
January 5, 2006 In this show Maude Barlowe, Murray Dobbin, Leo Panitch, Geoff Bickerton give their views on which 2005 news stories were most important. In a separate interview Leo Panitch discusses
Archived January 4
An early episode from July '05. Nora and Cathi on news reports that dogs were being brought back to life from clinical death!<br /> And in keeping with the death theme, Cathi has fashion tips for peo
Redeye January 4
At the end of WW2, Zionists dispatched hundreds of trained envoys to Europe to persuade Jews in the displaced persons camps to come to Palestine. Yosef Grodzinsky tells their story in his book &quot;I
Podcast DIY January 2
A rundown of the devices you'll need when you want to take your podcast to the street.
Archived January 2
In this repeat episode from thesniffer's early days before RPN, Cathi's obsession with flying cars finds a new home: the flying train!<br /> Meanwhile, as the iPod started to hit massive market penetr
Redeye January 2
On June 21, the Haida held a special ceremony to honour the remains of hundreds of ancestors returned from museums across North America. Nika Collison talks about the process of repatriation and what
Rabblevision December 30
On Boxing Day, 15-year-old Jane Creba was shot during what appears to have been a gang shootout at Dundas and Yonge Streets in Toronto. I shot this video of the sidewalk memorial created to her by Tor
Archived December 30
&quot;Life caching&quot; is a term for the compulsive documentation of our lives through blogs, photo swapping etc. Free self-expression or neurosis? Cathi and Nora hash it out in this early episode
Redeye December 30
Madeleine Parent organized women and children in the cotton mills of Quebec during the war, fought the influence of the church and the Catholic syndicates and helped to establish the independent Canad
Archived December 28
Nora's ponders a game of Spin the Bottle!<br /> Cathi relives gym class terror!<br /> (Originally 'cast Summer '05)
The Green Planet Monitor December 26
Canadian aboriginal people have struggled to achieve economic prosperity. Now, some of Canada’s most successful First Nations are offering assistance to indigenous communities in the developing world