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Abortion Helpline, This is Lisa (short)
Abortion Rights

At the Philadelphia abortion helpline, counselors field nonstop calls from women and teens who can’t afford to end their pregnancies, illustrating the brutal legacy of the discriminatory Hyde Amendment.
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America's War on Abortion
Abortion Rights

Two years before the overturning of Roe v. Wade, award-winning filmmaker Deeyah Khan examines the frightening erosion of reproductive rights in Trump’s America.
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Bad At This
The Hottest Shorts of Hot Docs

In this whimsical story of a young man who embraces failure, abandons self-judgment and has no qualms about sucking at a hobby he loves, we consider the rewards of pushing back against a culture that values perfection and performance above all else.
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BBQ at Josée and Serge's
The Hottest Shorts of Hot Docs

Serge was born visually impaired, but that did not stop him from racing cars or mastering the art of the barbecue. Josée lost her sight over the years while raising children and growing the best Lebanese cucumbers in town. Under the summer sun, the couple talks about love, freedom and grilled chicken skewers.
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Her Scents of Pu-Er
The Hottest Shorts of Hot Docs

Master Tseng, the first woman tea master in China's history, takes us on an aromatic journey steeped in history. We travel though her delicate and timeless world as she unlocks and shares with us the secrets of Pu Er, tea's holy grail.
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I Am Trying To Remember
The Hottest Shorts of Hot Docs

Gholam has been erased. All that remains is a 1988 photo with his face scratched out. As filmmaker Pegah Ahangarani discovers, dissidents disappeared in alarming numbers in the difficult years after the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Their stories can only be recreated by seeking out the places filled with their absence.
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Jackson
Abortion Rights

In Jackson, Mississippi, ground zero for the Supreme Court’s recent Dobbs decision, director Maisie Crow weaves together the lives of three women on either side of the abortion debate.
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The Communion of My Cousin Andrea
The Hottest Shorts of Hot Docs

For Andrea, a thing without sparkles is not a thing! When her cousin and filmmaker Brandán Cerviño helps her edit a video of her first Holy Communion, they add just the right amount of sparkle, bling and sass, as well as a serious side of philosophy: does God exist?
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The Magic of the Theatre: Six Great Plays in History
Curious Minds Online Course

Examine six great plays that have left their mark on history, and the ways they can still hold meaning for spectators of our own day.
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The Great Museums
Curious Minds Online Course

Take a lively tour through the world’s great repositories of art and artifacts, from the Uffizi in Florence and Moscow's Hermitage to the Louvre, the MOMA and more
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Venice: The City of Dreams
Curious Minds Online Course

A magical city that continues to hold a unique place in the cultural imagination, follow Venice through its evolution from maritime republic to a site of pleasure and decadence for generations of visitors.
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The Art of Picasso
Curious Minds Online Course

Examine the extraordinary works and legacy of Pablo Picasso in relation to his artistic influences, the key events and ideas of his time.
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China: Beyond the Headlines
Curious Minds Online Course

Dr. Diana Fu, a dynamic young scholar at the University of Toronto’s Munk School, offers a revelatory portrait of one of the world’s most fascinating countries during a moment of profound transformation.
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The Hidden World of Architecture
Curious Minds Online Course

Canada’s leading architecture critic examines a fascinating, often underappreciated, dimension of our buildings and our cities: the effect they have on our inner thoughts and emotions.
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Beauty and Resilience: Indigenous Art in Canada
Curious Minds Online Course

Explore the many ways Indigenous artists and their visual art traditions have shaped the cultural bedrock of our land in this timely and thought-provoking series led by Dr. Gerald McMaster, one of Canada's most distinguished scholars and curators of Indigenous art.
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Reading the 60s: Writing the Revolution
Curious Minds Online Course

From Susan Sontag to James Baldwin to Philip Roth, explore the revolutionary writers, books and debates that defined the 1960s, a time when authors pushed the boundaries of what we could print, say and think.
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Beethoven: Maestro for the Ages
Curious Minds Online Course

On the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, explore the life, times and music of the legendary composer.
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The Great Singers
Curious Minds Online Course

Ella, Judy, Peggy, Barbra, Nat, Ray. Pianist and music educator Jordan Klapman hosts a virtual music festival celebrating the lives and timeless songs of six of history’s greatest singer-entertainers.
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The Magic of Musicals: Broadway’s Biggest Hits
Curious Minds Online Course

Join Olivier Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated producer of Come From Away Michael Rubinoff for an insider’s guide to the biggest Broadway shows in history, from West Side Story and Fiddler on the Roof to Dream Girls and Les Mis.
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The Age of Reinvention
Curious Minds Online Course

Explore the cultural and political changes that emerged in the wake of WWII, and in the shadow of the Cold War, with Curious Minds favourite, Dr. Peter Harris.
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Private Homes, Public Lives: Houses of Cultural Icons
Curious Minds Online Course

From the aromatic kitchens of Julia Child to the mid-century modernist rooms of Frank Lloyd Wright, this series from architectural expert John Ota uses the houses of some of history’s most celebrated figures to explore the meaning of home.
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Rebel Paris: Creative Explosions & Revolutionary Dreamers
Curious Minds Online Course

Meet the rebellious spirits and renegade thinkers who have shaped the City of Light throughout history.
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The Treasures of South Asia
Curious Minds Online Course

A fascinating journey through the history and art that flourished in the South Asian kingdoms from the16th to 18th centuries.
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The Many Sides of Tony: Laurie Woolever on Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography
Curious Minds Author Talk

Join Laurie Woolever, one of Bourdain’s most intimate confidantes, for a behind scenes look at the life and enduring legacy of the cultural tastemaker and her new book on his life, Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography.
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Adventures in France: Bill Buford on the Joys of French Cuisine
Curious Minds Author Talk

Bestselling food writer Bill Buford offers the inside dish on the art of French cooking and cuisine, and the valuable lessons he learned in writing Dirt, his anticipated follow-up to the bestselling classic, Heat.
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A Living Legacy: MSNBC’s Eddie Glaude on James Baldwin
Curious Minds Author Talk

Join Princeton historian and MSNBC commentator Eddie Glaude for a timely look at the legacy of the late great public thinker James Baldwin—and how his life and work can serve as a powerful guide for our moment of social change.
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I Was Better Last Night: Harvey Fierstein Live in Conversation
Live Monday, April 4 at 7:30 PM EDT

On the release of his new memoir, cultural icon, gay rights activist, and Tony Award–winning actor Harvey Fierstein dishes on the New York arts scene, the evolution of gay culture and the making of landmark plays and films like Hairspray, Fiddler on the Roof, and Mrs. Doubtfire.
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Salman Rushdie on the Languages of Truth
Curious Minds Author Talk

Join us for an evening of mind-expanding conversation with the Booker Prize-winning, internationally bestselling author Salman Rushdie whose latest collection of non-fiction, Languages of Truth, solidifies his place as one of the most original thinkers of our time.
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Tom Perrotta on Tracy Flick Can’t Win
Curious Minds Author Talk

In this live Canadian exclusive, join Tom Perrotta, the bestselling author of modern classics like Little Children, The Leftovers and Mrs. Fletcher as he revisits one of his most indelible characters: Election's Tracy Flick.
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20 Questions with... Merk Nguyen & Nyge Turner (ADULT ish)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Merk Nguyen and Nyge Turner are California-based co-hosts of ADULT ish, a culture and advice podcast designed for #Adulting. ADULT ish is a YR Media podcast.
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André Picard, Katie Engelhart and Paul Wells on Aging with Dignity
Curious Minds Author Talk

It took the pandemic to open our eyes to society’s systemic neglect of our elders. Is it time to reimagine the systems that support them? In conversation with Maclean's’ Paul Wells, The Globe and Mail’s André Picard and veteran journalist Katie Engelhart will help us reassess how we approach life’s final chapters, drawing from their important new books, Neglected No More and The Inevitable.
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What's Next for America? The New Yorker's Evan Osnos on Joe Biden
Curious Minds Author Talk

As President Biden enters his first term in office, join The New Yorker's Evan Osnos for a timely look at the man and his moment in history, as outlined in his anticipated new biography, Joe Biden.
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Walter Isaacson on The Future of Genetics
Curious Minds Author Talk

The bestselling biographer behind Leonardo da Vinci and Steve Jobs joins Anna Maria Tremonti to discuss his latest book, The Code Breaker, a gripping account of how Nobel Prize winner Jennifer Doudna launched a revolution with the invention of CRISPR, the groundbreaking gene editing tool.
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20 Questions with... Helen Zaltzman (The Allusionist)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Helen Zaltzman is the host of The Allusionist, the beloved podcast about adventures in language.
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20 Questions with... Jordan Heath-Rawlings (The Big Story)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Toronto-based Jordan Heath-Rawlings is the creator of The Big Story and The Gravy Train from Frequency Podcast Network. The Big Story goes beyond the headlines and tackles the topics on the minds of Canadians
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20 Questions with... Walter Thompson-Hernández (California Love)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Walter Thompson-Hernández is a New York Times writer and the host of California Love, an LAist podcast. Part autobiography, part reportage, the show takes us to Walter's hometown of Los Angeles, and the communities that are the touchstones to his life.
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20 Questions with... Arshy Mann (Commons)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Arshy Mann is the host of Commons, a CANADALAND podcast featuring challenging stories about the issues that shape our country and our lives.
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20 Questions with... Nigel Poor & Earlonne Woods (Ear Hustle)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Nigel Poor and Earlonne Woods are the co-creators and hosts of Ear Hustle, from PRX's Radiotopia, which brings you the daily realities of life inside prison, shared by those living in it, and stories from the outside, post-incarceration. In 2020, Ear Hustle was named a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize in audio reporting.
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20 Questions with... Shayda Omidvar (The Hopeful)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Toronto-based Shayda Omidvar is the host of The Hopeful, from Frequency Podcast Network. Following Amir Omidvar, who left Iran in 1982, The Hopeful focuses on Amir as he speaks to his daughter, Shayda, about his past.
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20 Questions with... Hanif Abdurraqib (Lost Notes)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Hanif Abdurraqib is an Ohio-based poet and host of Lost Notes, a KCRW Podcast featuring a collection of the greatest music stories never told. In it's most recent season, the show explores a single year: 1980.
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20 Questions with... Nate DiMeo (The Memory Palace)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Nate DiMeo is a Los Angeles-based host of The Memory Palace, featuring short, surprising stories - sometimes heartbreaking, sometimes hysterical, often both. The Memory Palace is a Radiotopia from PRX podcast.
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20 Questions with... Mike Veerman & Shane Cunningham (Mike on Much)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Mike Veerman and Shane Cunningham are two-thirds of the team behind Mike on Much, a MUCH Digital Studios podcast that features tales of camaraderie and conversations with creative figures from the world of music, film, and television.
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20 Questions with... Isabelle Racicot & Martine St-Victor (Seat at the Table)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Isabelle Racicot and Martine St. Victor are the hosts of Seat at the Table from CBC Podcasts, which captures personal stories about the power of The Black Lives Matter movement, and what it will take to move forward.
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20 Questions with... Glynn Washington (Snap Judgment)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Glynn Washington is the host and creator of Snap Judgment, a radio show and podcast distributed by PRX, which mixes real stories with killer beats to produce cinematic, dramatic, kick-ass radio.
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20 Questions with... Falen Johnson & Leah Simone Bowen (The Secret Life of Canada)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Falen Johnson and Leah-Simone Bowen are the hosts of The Secret Life of Canada from CBC Podcasts, which highlights people, places, and stories that explore the unauthorized history of a complicated country.
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20 Questions... Ty Harper (This is not a Drake podcast)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Toronto-based Ty Harper is the host of This is not a Drake podcast, a CBC podcast, breaking down seminal Drake moments to explore the broader history of hip-hop, R&B, gender dynamics, and Black culture.
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20 Questions with... Roger Bainbridge, Adam Niebergall & Miguel Rivas (Tony Ho)
Watch on demand from January 27-February 28

Roger Bainbridge, Adam Niebergall and Miguel Rivas make up award-winning sketch troupe Tony Ho, which takes listeners on a journey of dark sketch comedy.
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Curious Minds // Architectural Wonders - Lecture #1: Laying the Foundations

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Curious Minds // Architectural Wonders - Lecture #2: Height and Light Make Right

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Curious Minds // Architectural Wonders - Lecture #3: Out With the Old, In With the New

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Curious Minds // Architectural Wonders - Lecture #6: Canada Comes in From the Cold

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Curious Minds // The Age of Reinvention - Lecture #1: A New World Order

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Curious Minds // The Age of Reinvention - Lecture #2: Bombs Abroad, Boomtimes at Home

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Curious Minds // The Age of Reinvention - Lecture #3: The Furious 50s

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Curious Minds // The Age of Reinvention - Lecture #4: Shake, Rattle & Roll

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Curious Minds // The Age of Reinvention - Lecture #5: The Cracks in the Curtain

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Curious Minds // The Age of Reinvention - Lecture #6: A New Era Dawns

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Curious Minds // Art and Architecture of Berlin - Lecture #1

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Curious Minds // Art and Architecture of Berlin - Lecture #2

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Curious Minds // Art and Architecture of Berlin - Lecture #3

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Curious Minds // Art and Architecture of Berlin - Lecture #5

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Curious Minds // Art and Architecture of Berlin - Lecture #6

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Curious Minds // The Italian Renaissance - Lecture #1: Florence and the Birth of the Renaissance

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Curious Minds // The Italian Renaissance - Lecture #2: Rome: The Rebirth of Ancient Glory

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Curious Minds // The Italian Renaissance - Lecture #3: Rome and the Papacy

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Curious Minds // The Italian Renaissance - Lecture #4: Renaissance Venice

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Curious Minds // The Italian Renaissance - Lecture #5: Mantua: A Living Work of Art

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Curious Minds // Rebel Paris - Lecture #1: Cobblestones & Crowns: The ever-defiant Latin Quarter & Saint-Germain

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Curious Minds // Rebel Paris - Lecture #2: Pens & Swords: The bustling Faubourg

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Curious Minds // Rebel Paris - Lecture #3: Power & Pain: The hand of power

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Curious Minds // Rebel Paris - Lecture #4: Mountains & Martyrs: The heights of Montmartre

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Curious Minds // Rebel Paris - Lecture #5: Makers & Builders: The fashionable rue de Rivoli

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Curious Minds // Rebel Paris - Lecture #6: Film & Fury: The future of Paris

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Curious Minds // The Treasures of South Asia Lecture #1

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Curious Minds // The Treasures of South Asia Lecture #4

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Curious Minds // The Treasures of South Asia Lecture #5

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Curious Minds // The Treasures of South Asia Lecture #6

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Curious Minds // Spain: A Historical Journey - Lecture #1: The Great Mosque and The Alhambra

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Curious Minds // Spain: A Historical Journey - Lecture #2: The Palace-Monastery monastery of El Escorial

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Curious Minds // Spain: A Historical Journey - Lecture #3: The Royal Palace

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Curious Minds // Spain: A Historical Journey - Lecture #4: The Wonders of Seville

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Curious Minds // Spain: A Historical Journey - Lecture #6: The Guggenheim Museum

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Curious Minds // Spain: A Historical Journey - Lecture #5: The Prado Museum

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The Magic of Musicals Part 2: More of Broadway’s Biggest Hits

We continue our joyous exploration of Broadway’s biggest shows with this new series from Michael Rubinoff, the Olivier Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated producer of Come From Away.
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Festival of Arabic Music and Arts: Free Trip to Egypt
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From Inuk Point of View
Redux: Shorts by Zacharias Kunuk

This groundbreaking short film about modern-day Inuit life in Iglooik was the first Inuit-produced film to receive professional artist funding from the Canada Council for the Arts.
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Personal Storytelling: How To Do It Right Without Selling Your Soul
Watch on demand until February 28

Join Media Girlfriends and podcast producers Tori Allen, Garvia Bailey, Nana aba Duncan and Hannah Sung to talk about the highs and lows of producing personal stories for podcasts.
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Canadaland on Breaking the Big Story OR How to Take Down a Giant Without Getting Sued Into Oblivion
Watch on demand until February 28

Jesse Brown and his collegues at Canadaland dive deep into their explosive reporting on the WE charity, discussing their thorough investigative processes and how to translate journalism into the podcasting medium.
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Listening Party #1
Watch on demand until February 28

Plug in a pair of headphones and join other festival passholders for a listening party featuring exclusive, surprise sneak peeks of some of the hottest new shows of 2021 introduced by their hosts and creators.
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The Epic Journeys of Radiolab: Latif Nasser and Jad Abumrad on The Other Latif and Dolly Parton's America
Watch on demand until February 28

Two of the groundbreaking storytellers behind the beloved WNYC show Radiolab discuss their hit off-shoots, The Other Latif and Dolly Parton’s America—and their efforts to use podcasting to foster empathy and a deeper understanding of our “irreconcilable contradictions.”
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Reckoning with Race: 1619 and Nice White Parents
Watch on demand until February 28

The award-winning hosts of The New York Times' 1619 and Serial Productions' Nice White Parents discuss their hit series and using podcasting to advance the cultural conversation on race.
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Reclaiming True Crime with Gimlet Media's Connie Walker
Watch on demand until February 28

Connie Walker, investigative reporter with Gimlet Media and host of CBC’s Missing & Murdered podcast, discusses her new series for Gimlet and using podcasts to tell the stories of the women of colour who have been erased from the true crime genre.
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Internet Explorers: Up Close with Reply All
Watch on demand until February 28

Reply All's new co-host Emmanuel Dzotsi and producer Anna Foley break down the creative process behind their hugely influential, Gimlet Media mega-hit, and what it takes to tell captivating stories about life in the digital age.
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The Post-Trump World: What's Next For Political Podcasts with Crooked Media's Tommy Vietor and Tanya Somanader
Watch on demand until February 28

Former Obama administration officials Tommy Vietor and Tanya Somanader discuss the future of politics and the media in the post-Trump era and the rise of Crooked Media, their wildly popular podcast studio.
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Stories for Beautiful Nerds: Roman Mars on The 99% Invisible City
Watch on demand until February 28

One of the most recognizable and beloved voices in audio, Roman Mars discusses his legendary design podcast and The 99% Invisible City, his new New York Times bestselling book based on the series.
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Finding the Funny with The Daily Zeitgeist
Watch on demand until February 28

In this candid behind-the-scenes, conversation the hosts of the hilarious daily news show The Daily Zeitgeist (no, not that daily podcast) help us find the funny in the often-daunting events of the day.
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Big Stories, Big Ideas with Nishat Kurwa, Executive Producer, Vox Media
Watch on demand until February 28

The VP and Executive Producer for Audio at Vox Media discusses the creative process that goes into building successful shows like New York Magazine's The Cut and Today, Explained.
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Listening Party #2
Watch on demand until February 28

Plug in a pair of headphones and join other festival passholders for a listening party featuring exclusive, surprise sneak peeks of some of the hottest new shows of 2021 introduced by their hosts and creators.
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