Podcast Playlist

Made in Canada: podcasts for Canada 150

These podcasts capture what makes Canada diverse and beautiful, with stories from the past and visions of our future.
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Podcasts featured this week:

Full Canadian broadcast version:

Firecracker Department, Today in Canadian History, Red Man Laughing, The Lapse, 2050: Degrees of Change. 53:59

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1. Firecracker Department
​Naomi Snieckus sits down with actress Bette Macdonald (Trudy on Mr.D). They discuss Bette's mission to be a successful actress while sticking to her Cape Breton roots. Full episode link here.

2. Today in Canadian History
In 1946, Viola Desmond was forcibly removed from the "whites-only" section of a movie theatre. Hear the story of how her community got behind her when she persevered against discrimination. Full episode link here.

3. Red Man Laughing
Ryan McMahon shares his perspective on reconciliation in Canada. Plus, Lindsay Michael interviews Ryan about his many projects, including the Indigenous audio network, Indian and Cowboy. Full episode link here.

4. The Lapse
Listen to what happens when adventurous filmmaker Bryant Boesen takes his parents to Burning Man. Full episode link here.

5. 2050: Degrees of Change
This is the good, bad and ugly of how decisions we make in the present will impact our environment in the year 2050. CBC meteorologist Johanna Wagstaffe explains. Full episode link here.


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