Mar 12, 2006 | 27:30WireTap The Measure of a Man Audio
WireTap The Measure of a Man Mar 12, 2006 | 27:30How do you measure the unquantifiable? An expert from the website fametracker.com on quantifying celebrity. And Gregor wants to know how do you live a full life in metric?
Mar 26, 2006 | 27:30WireTap Forsaken Audio
WireTap Forsaken Mar 26, 2006 | 27:30Billy Mavreas shows off his collection of lost objects and Jonathan calls up children to ask if they recognize certain extinct sounds that may date as far back as his childhood.
Jun 4, 2006 | 27:30WireTap Goody Two Shoes Audio
WireTap Goody Two Shoes Jun 4, 2006 | 27:30Gregor makes it a habit to write eulogies for all his friends and he has one for Jonathan on file. Jon Tucker gets an obscure song stuck in his head and calls Jonathan for relief.
Oct 23, 2005 | 27:30WireTap Get With It Audio
WireTap Get With It Oct 23, 2005 | 27:30To his dismay Jonathan discovers an unsettling connection between his mother and Howard; and some advice from a marketing specialist on how to take the WireTap brand global.
Feb 12, 2006 | 27:29WireTap A World of Possibilities Audio
WireTap A World of Possibilities Feb 12, 2006 | 27:29Jonathan Goldstein on the untapped possibility within each of us. Say you could bring about world peace with a snap of your fingers, but the sun would never shine again. Would you do it?
Nov 13, 2005 | 27:30WireTap The Art of Charity Audio
WireTap The Art of Charity Nov 13, 2005 | 27:30Goldstein fields a request to appear in CBC You Naked, a fundraising calendar for a good cause; Josh gets a maid he can't afford which forces him to pretend to be someone important.
Dec 18, 2005 | 27:27WireTap Compassion Audio
WireTap Compassion Dec 18, 2005 | 27:27As a way to make new friends, Josh gets a parrot. This turns out to be more complicated than anticipated, but out of compassion he has to hang onto the bird. Forever.
Oct 16, 2005 | 29:30WireTap Object of Affection Audio
WireTap Object of Affection Oct 16, 2005 | 29:30The real-life story of extreme infatuation with your college professor by Heather O'Neill; Jonathan tells a story of married love so old and deep it fills you with pity; a hand model reflects lovingly on her best feature.