Podcast Playlistwith Matt Galloway and Lindsay Michael


Chosen Families: Podcasts for Pride Month

June is Pride Month! In celebration, we're listening to podcasts that focus on an important part of the LGBT community: chosen families.

'By the Book' hosts on how self-help books provide space for women

Q&A with Jolenta Greenberg and Kristen Meinzer - hosts of podcast 'By the Book' - discuss how self-help books can render different results among different people, and how the industry provides a space for women to share their experiences.

Podcast Picks from 'By the Book' hosts Jolenta Greenberg and Kristen Meinzer

These self-help-book-advice-taking veterans join us as guest curators. Featuring Still Processing, Risk!, The History Chicks, and Nicole Byer's Why Won't You Date Me?

Audience Picks

This week is our audience appreciation episode! We're playing the best podcasts recommended by listeners. Featuring stories from Decoder Ring, The History Chicks, Dark Poutine, and more.

New and Notable: June Edition

Stories about child prodigies, space exploration, vaccination hesitancy movement, and more.

Stories behind the music legends you love

From Prince to Ace of Base to BTS, you'll be jammin' out to these podcasts by the end of this episode.

Podcast Favourites with 'My Dad Wrote A Porno' host Jamie Morton

Jamie Morton, host of "My Dad Wrote A Porno", joins us this week to talk about his favourite podcasts.

My Dad Wrote A Porno's Jamie Morton on his top podcasts

A diverse range of podcasts to get you through the day, as recommended by Jamie Morton, host of 'My Dad Wrote A Porno'.

My Dad Wrote A Porno host on podcasting's "dirty little secret"

Q&A with Jamie Morton - host of smash hit comedy podcast 'My Dad Wrote A Porno' - discusses how he felt when he first discovered his dad was writing erotic fiction.

Podcasts that bridge the political divide

This week, we’re sharing stories about people divided over things like politics, climate change and sexuality...and about what happens when they try to talk across those lines.

How a podcast accidentally launched a presidential campaign

Former Senator Mike Gravel, 88, is running for president because of something a group of teens heard on their favourite political podcast.

New and Notable: May Edition

We've got podcasts about stealing the ball, stealing diamonds, and stealing the spotlight.

Podcasts outside the norm with 'Everything is Alive' host Ian Chillag

Ian Chillag, host of 'Everything is Alive,' joins us this week to share his favourite podcasts.

There's a podcast about WHAT? 7 of the most specific podcasts out there

A list of the quirkiest niche podcasts we've encountered.

True crime podcasts to bring out your inner sleuth

Murder. Mystery. Multi-level marketing schemes. Put your detective hats on because we're about to investigate.

The 6 best Game of Thrones podcasts

If you're worried about keeping your sanity between episodes of Game of Thrones, why not let a podcast tide you over? Here are some favourites to help you cope.

Podcasts about the love of the game with ESPN's Jody Avirgan

Jody Avirgan, host of ESPN's 30 for 30 Podcast, joins us this week and shares his favourite sports podcasts.

New and Notable: Fresh new podcasts for spring

Recent gems to add to the soundtrack of your season

Podcasts about the wonders of imagination

What happens when your dreams can’t be separated from reality? What would happen if you could interview the inanimate objects around you — what would they say? Featuring: Everything is Alive, Bubble, Afropop Worldwide and more.

Podcasts that break down the news

Money, politics, big pharma — these podcasts take news consumption from "hot off the presses" to "press play."

Celebrating Canadian Music

Just in time for the 2019 JUNO Awards, podcasts about Canadian music.

Arts and Culture Podcasts to Keep You in the Know

From Star Wars women, to the rise of Wu Tang Clan's ODB, to the reclamation of hotel art - we've got podcasts to keep you cultured.

What Jon Ronson learned about compassion from the porn industry

A conversation with Jon Ronson about his new podcast The Last Days of August, a follow up to his previous series The Butterfly Effect.

New and Notable: March Edition

Secret history, dispatches from Russia and more.

Let's talk about the weather

Oscar Wilde said "conversation about the weather is the last refuge of the unimaginative." We have to wholeheartedly disagree. From frantic storm chasing to the soothing lull of the shipping forecast, these podcasts will get you talking about the weather.