October 2012

Double Trouble Animation

Listener Kevin Carson submitted two animations to our contest! Would you believe these are the very first animations he's ever made? Check 'em out, and see...

Robert MacLean's Animation

We love this latest submission to our Animation Tournament! Thanks so much to Robert MacLean and Zombie Frog Productions for participating! There's only a couple...

James Wood's Awesome Animation

We are so impressed with listener James Wood's submission to WireTap's Animation Tournament of Champions! The gauntlet has been thrown. Only a few weeks...

Animation Contest Rules Amendment

In response to some insightful feedback from a few members of the Canadian animation community, we're making a couple of significant changes to the Rules...

Halloween Special 2012: Murder on the WireTap Express

Gregor markets a talking Howard Doll that he thinks is to die for. Trouble is, he may be all too right...Plus, a 1940s-style radio drama...

First Official Animation Contest Entry

 Listener Iain Cook and his daughter, Sacha, made this adorable animation for WireTap's Animation Tournament of Champions. There's just a few weeks left to enter,...

The World Upside Down

A man recounts his rug-buying adventures in Istanbul, and Laura Krafft admits to being a compulsive eye-roller. Plus, Gregor discusses how his life had changed...

Animation Contest Update

There's just over one month left to enter WireTap's Animation Tournament of Champions!We tried our hand entering our own contest... but we're sure you can...

Letting Go

How long is too long to wallow in heartache? A man struggling to get over a breakup finds help moving on following an unexpected encounter....

Jonathan Goldstein Hosts The Current

UPDATE: Miss this on air this morning? No problem! Listen here.  Heads up! Jonathan Goldstein will be guest-hosting The Current on Friday, November 2, for a...

The Nagging Task

Ever had a nagging task remain on your to-do list for years on end before getting around to tackling it? We explore the fine art...
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