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Seat at the Table with Isabelle Racicot and Martine St-Victor

Isabelle Racicot and Martine St. Victor live in a bilingual Canada with a finger on a global pulse. With their guests, they tackle what’s brewing in media and pop culture.

  • 29:24
    The NFL season is days from kickoff and Colin Kaepernick is still out of a job. We talk about athletes who take a stand with former NBA player/activist Etan Thomas and Alouette John Bowman; Etan’s 12-year-old son Malcolm shares his poem, "Kaepernick."
    Sep 2, 2017
  • 19:02
    Is there such a thing as Canadian food? Celebrity chef Chuck Hughes ate his way across the country to find out. Chuck also takes us on a culinary world tour and dishes on his favourite eateries across Canada.
    Sep 2, 2017
  • 54:07
    The NFL season is days from kickoff and Colin Kaepernick is still out of a job. We talk about athletes who take a stand with former NBA player/activist Etan Thomas and John Bowman of the Montreal Alouettes; Chuck Hughes takes us on a culinary world tour.
    Sep 2, 2017
  • 18:04
    Brett Kissel has been putting out country albums for more than half of his life, and he's only 27. The Nashville-based Albertan explains why country music is the most diverse genre in music today and why P.K. Subban is never going back to Montreal.
    Aug 26, 2017
  • 17:59
    No one bats an eyelash when mom and dad enjoy a drink or two after the kids are in bed. But what about parents who like to get high? Is it just as normal? In this week's 'Elephant in the Room,' Martine and Isabelle speak to two parents who say it is.
    Aug 26, 2017
  • 40:06
    Musician Brett Kissel explains why country music is the most diverse genre in music today and why P.K. will never come back to Montreal; Is smoking pot as a parent any different from having a drink? We speak to 2 stoner parents who say it's all the same.
    Aug 26, 2017
  • 11:29
    Martine and Isabelle take the time to talk through their fears and anger after violent events in Charlottesville, and to discuss the particular impact it had on them as Black women, as Quebecers – and in Isabelle's case – as the mother of two black boys.
    Aug 19, 2017
  • 14:23
    Can a woman be a boss without being labelled a bitch? That's the question Martine and Isabelle tackle in this week's 'Elephant in the Room' with Jen Agg, successful restaurant owner and author of the memoir 'I Hear She's a Real Bitch.'
    Aug 19, 2017
  • 32:19
    Martine and Isabelle take the time to talk through their fears and anger after violent events in Charlottesville; Can a woman be a boss without being labelled a bitch? That's the question they tackle with Jen Agg, author of 'I Hear She's a Real Bitch.'
    Aug 19, 2017
  • 09:43
    Isabelle worries her 13-year-old son is too young for a cellphone, but Martine argues it's inevitable for young people to get a mobile device — the key is moderation.
    Aug 12, 2017
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