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In defense of Kaepernick; Chuck Hughes’s culinary world tour
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.
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Brett Kissel; Parents and pot
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.
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Reflections on Charlottesville; The "Bitchy Boss" Double Standard
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.'
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Kimberley Manning on raising a trans child; Kids and cellphones
Isabelle worries her 13-year-old son is too young for a cellphone, Martine argues for moderation. And ahead of the very first Canada Pride, they speak with Kimberley Manning about the challenges and gifts of raising a transgender child.
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The future of the news anchor; Covering Trump
Martine and Isabelle invite three guests to debate whether TV news anchors still matter; Alex Panetta, CP's Washington correspondent, gives us an inside look at the daily challenges of covering Donald Trump's White House.
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Grandmaster Flash; The glorification of failure
In 2007, a hip-hop group was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame for the very first time. We speak to the group's legendary DJ – Grandmaster Flash; Martine, Isabelle, and guest Ion Valiskakis discuss the glorification of failure.
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Corey Hart; Are you the favourite child?
In a rare sit-down interview, 80s pop star Corey Hart reveals something you may not know about "Sunglasses at Night" and why he hasn't succumbed to the pitfalls of superstardom; Martine and Isabelle debate whether all parents have a favourite child.
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Laura Wasser, Hollywood's divorce lawyer; Don't be a Gwyneth
When celebrity couples call it quits, they call Laura Wasser. She's teamed up with Canadian investor Alex Cohen to bring divorce to the online world; Martine and Isabelle take on successful women (Paltrow, Sandberg) who make other women feel bad.
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Malcolm Gladwell on everything; Why Tiger Woods shouldn't apologize
Soon after launching Season 2 of his podcast Revisionist History, Malcolm Gladwell chats with Martine and Isabelle about everything from the state of journalism to privilege to the Beatles (not a fan); Martine makes the case against celebrity apologies.
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Jennifer Brodeur: Oprah and Michelle Obama's skin guru
When it comes to their skin, Oprah, Michelle Obama, and Ava Duvernay trust one Canadian woman – Jennifer Brodeur. Martine and Isabelle sit down with the skin guru, and since it's our first show, they take a questionnaire so you can get to know them!
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Seat at the Table preview
Each week hosts Isabelle Racicot and Martine St-Victor and their guests tackle what's brewing in media and pop culture.
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