CBC Ottawa launches new podcast
All in a Day host Alan Neal asks: What is a moment that changed your life?
There are moments that change us.
A time we overcame rejection. Experienced loss. Changed jobs. Let go.
In a one-of-a kind musical storytelling experience, All in a Day host Alan Neal visited venues across Ottawa as part of #CBCPOPUP to ask the question: What is a moment that changed your life?
A beautiful mix of stories and experiences were captured and are now available on the CBC podcast, One Question.
How to listen
- Visit the All in a Day podcast page on cbc.ca/radio
- Subscribe on iTunes or on your favourite podcast app
- Listen on the CBC radio app for mobile
What is a moment that changed your life? Participants at Bar Robo answer Alan's question with stories that include an escape to Canada by boat, giving a child up for adoption, terrifying stomach surgery, and the end of a marriage.
More tales of life-changing moments. This episode features a head-on confrontation with a moose, a stroke, and a connection to model Anna Nicole Smith.
Hear life-altering moments about a night in detox, a battle with Spiderman, and one politician's decision to go-public about her struggle with depression. All recorded at Ottawa's Black Squirrel Books.
Our Black Squirrel Books episode continues with three stories about mothers: a journey with mom, a terrifying childhood memory, and saying goodbye to a mother at the end of her life.
Answering the question, "What is a moment that changed your life?" participants share tales of being struck by lightning, aortic valve surgery, escaping bullies, and a body torn apart on the train tracks.
Find out how an eviction notice, a fight with a passive-aggressive partner, and flesh-eating disease changed the lives of people featured in this episode, recorded at Ottawa's Stomping Ground.
Our bonus episode features the music performed at all our One Question recordings. Plus, Jenn Grant, The Acorn, The Split, Kimberly Sunstrum, Silla & Rise, and Malak share their own life-changing moments.