rabble radio

The rabble podcast network offers an alternative take on politics, entertainment, society, stories, community and life in general. All opinions belong to the podcaster; however, podcasters are expected to adhere to our guidelines. We welcome new podcasters -- contact us for details.

rabble radio is the flagship show of the rpn. It's a mix of political commentary, soundseeing tours, movie reviews, and the latest in Canadian music. It's all produced by a country-wide cadre of volunteers.

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May 28, 2020
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Introducing the cruelty free meatball

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Liz Marshall talks about her documentary "Meat the Future," which explores a new process to create meat without killing animals. It's called cell-based meat and it's produced entirely in a lab.
Podcast
May 21, 2020
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Plant a seed -- plant some hope

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Seedchange is working with farmers and gardeners to plant, share and breed new seed varieties. A conversation with a seed producer in Nova Scotia about the program and how to save your own seeds.
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Apr 23, 2020
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Beyond beans -- getting started in vegan cookery

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Karen Burson talks to those who would like to cook vegan meals but aren't confident about making tasty meals without using the usual repertoire of animal products.
Podcast
Apr 16, 2020
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Coping with COVID-19 in Canada's North

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Two interviews -- one from Cumberland House, Saskatchewan, and another from Yellowknife about how COVID-19 is affecting a vast area of the country.
Podcast
Jan 9, 2020
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Where do kids who have kids live?

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Indigenous researcher Melissa Tremblay talks about her award-winning research to develop a supportive housing model for teen parents and their children.
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Dec 12, 2019
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Land trusts -- the gift that keeps on giving

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Sheila Ziman of the Haliburton Highlands Land Trust talks about how land trusts work, and why generous people sometimes give gifts of land to their communities for conservation.

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