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The exciting radio panel show which does everything Radio 4 can do but cheaper and with more swears. Join Sam Wilkinson and a plethora of comedy guest stars as they wrangle with John Reith's legacy and prove that public service broadcasting's not that hard actually, any old mug can do it.There's facts! There's learning! There's plays and there's a weird interview bit at the end, there's something for everyone. As long as everyone is interested in one of those things.
 
The adaptation of H.G. Wells’ novel ‘The War of The Worlds’ in 1938 showed the power of radio to capture listeners’ imagination through science-fiction - and in doing so demonstrated how mass media could be used to communicate science to different audiences. For decades, print and broadcast media have used different genres to portray the sciences, and the popularity of TV programmes like the BBC’s Blue Planet and the longevity of Horizon illustrates a current demand for science broadcasting. ...
 
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Every radio station needs a long-running rural soap opera and every long-running rural soap opera needs an agricultural storyline advisor. These are just facts. But which contestant knows the most about the Archers? Who does the best impression of a tram you've ever heard? And why hasn't Adam Tumber heard of Steve Irwin? Warning: contains The Swear…
 
A broadcaster's not a broadcaster without a hushed voice going on about apes and stuff, so it's time for IEE to hire a natural history presenter. Who knows the most about the Attenborough family? What are the dangers of playing in abandoned work sites? And what riles Jack Shanik so much he's forced to interrupt to ask "are you ignorant or something…
 
After repeated inter-office arguments, it's time for IEE to sort it all out and hire a head of HR. Which candidate will be lacing the episode with increasingly painful puns? Who has a horrifying story about the last time they saw a pig? And what, exactly, is HR? Warning: contains The Swears. BECKY HEAVISIDE is a Leeds-based comedian, promoter and a…
 
Two veterans and one keen newcomer join Sam's quest for a competent camera operator. How will Emma Crossland follow her smash hit Othello Eleven? What sort of human chameleon is Laura Ollerton, Oscar winner in the making? And will Chris Booker manage to fit even one bit of information into the show this time? Warning: contains The Swears LAURA OLLE…
 
Sam sifts through another pile of CVs as he hunts for a newsreader to tell the nation the big goings-on. Will Silky redeem himself after his previous dead studio audience choice? Which major TV personality will Tegan Marlow magically transform into? And how many times can Peter Buckley Hill plug his book Freeing the Edinburgh Fringe available at £7…
 
Third time's the charm as Sam is joined by Stacy Mellor, Adam Tumber and Helen Swallow to see who's got the broadcasting chops. Who will appoint the loveliest choice so far to the dead studio audience? What happens when Dr Faustbus wants a better commute? When did Helen Swallow last see a sheep? All these questions and more are answered within. War…
 
Sam is joined by Chris Booker, Becky Heaviside and Silky to have another crack at filling the position of Director-General at the worst public service broadcaster ever conceived. Features musical pioneers, cookery lessons, yet another loophole in the show's format and a multi-skilled man with a guitar showing off. Warning: contains The Swears. Also…
 
Jack Vincent, Kerry Robinson and Emma Crossland are Sam's first guests and prove themselves entirely capable at beating Big Broadcasting at its own game. Featuring cheese, grandads, earnest stories about transportation pioneers and the absolute best version of Othello about astronauts you'll ever hear. Warning: contains The Swears. Like the show? P…
 
Welcome to this months Mazzula's Public Broadcasting System. As promised, leaving techno behind, this month heads into the murky corners of electronica and electro. It features new tracks from the likes of Umwelt, Cursor Minor and others as well as upfronts from Electrix. It's also 'Whip It' time, so have a good un peeps! Don't forget to send me yo…
 
A conversation with Dr. Brian Goldman, the host of CBC Radio One's White Coat, Black Art about his beginnings in medicine, his path into becoming one Canada's best known health journalists, and his thoughts on some of the primary issues within the medical profession today.
 
A look back on our wide-ranging interview with Linden MacIntyre, who in May announced his plans to retire from the CBC and The Fifth Estate in order to spare the program from worse impacts as a result of the funding cuts. We speak about his beginnings as a reporter, the challenges facing journalism, and discuss what he describes as the Harper gover…
 
IDEAS is one of the most renowned and long-running programs in the history of CBC Radio. Through documentary storytelling it explores topics as diverse as philosophy, history, culture, and politics to science. Since 1999 the program has been hosted by Paul Kennedy. We sat down with Paul to speak about his unlikely beginnings with the CBC, the chang…
 
Jeffrey Dvorkin has spent most of his professional life in the world of broadcasting and has held senior level positions at both NPR and the CBC. We speak about the challenges facing public broadcasting, and how the CBC could potentially be re-imagined based on the successes of National Public Radio in America.…
 
As the host of Metro Morning, the local CBC Radio Toronto morning show, it is Matt Galloway's task to reflect life in Canada's biggest city, and be Torontonians-guide to the politics, culture, and going-ons of the day. We speak about his beginnings in radio, the city he loves, and the idea of radio as community building.…
 
Mark Starowicz has been the brains behind some of the most legendary CBC news programs of the past few decades, including As It Happens, Sunday Morning, and The Journal. We look back to the reasons why the CBC was first founded, and discuss the state that public broadcasting currently finds itself in.…
 
Fred Penner, the renowned Canadian children’s performer and beloved television personality behind Fred Penner's place on CBC, speaks about his life growing up in Winnipeg, the TV show that endeared him to a generation, and his belief in the transformative power of music.
 
As the host and creator of the CBC Radio program Spark, Nora Young has been our guide to examining technology's impact on culture and society - and the curiosities of navigating life in the 21st century. Now we speak to Canada's technological thinker about her life in journalism, the creation of Spark, and some of the still unanswered questions abo…
 
As the host of Drive on CBC Radio 2, Rich Terfry is known to Canadians not only for his work as a CBC broadcaster, but also for being the talented hip-hop artist known as Buck 65. In this conversation we speak about the rather unusual experinces he had growing up in small town Nova Scotia, his pursuit of baseball, his beginnings in music, and the u…
 
Jonathan Goldstein's Wiretap is one of the most intriguing programs on all of CBC Radio. It combines fiction with reality, humour with philosophic musings, and phone conversations with monologue reflections. But above all, each Wiretap episode is a fascinating thirty minute meditation into life and its absurdities, and a glimpse into the thought-fi…
 
Wade Rowland is an author, journalist, and university professor who has written a book called Saving the CBC: Balancing Profit and Public Service. We talk about the CBC's uncertain future, how it has gone astray, and what can be done - if Canadians mobilize - to create a healthy and sustainable CBC that can once again play an invaluable role in the…
 
As Executive Director of Radio & Audio at CBC, Chris Boyce oversees the content and programming that Canadians hear on CBC Radio from coast to coast. We talk about the successes and challenges currently facing CBC radio, the impact of the recent budget cuts, as well as the difficult decision to introduce ads on CBC Radio 2.…
 
Rick Mercer has become beloved by Canadians across the country for his quick wit, adventurous outings, and refreshingly honest and biting take on our political system. From 22 Minutes to the Rick Mercer Report, we talk to Canada's best known funny man about his life growing up in Newfoundland, the importance of satire, and his career poking fun at …
 
Eleanor Wachtel is the host of Writers & Company on CBC Radio One and is considered by many to be one of the finest interviewers in broadcasting. In her over two decades on the air, she has had in-depth conversations with the likes of Alice Munro, Susan Sontag, George Saunders and Jane Goodall. We speak to Eleanor about her childhood growing up in …
 
Michael Enright has been the host of CBC Radio's The Sunday Edition since 2000, and is one of the most renowned names in Canadian broadcasting. From young newspaper reporter to host of As It Happens, we speak to Enright about his life and career in print and radio.
 
George Stroumboulopoulos first came to the CBC in 2005 with The Hour, and in the time that has elapsed since then he's interviewed everyone from Will Ferrell to Noam Chomsky - not to mention virtually every well-known Canadian icon one can think of. We turn the tables on the man with the big red chairs and the impressively long name, and learn abou…
 
Each weekday morning for 90 minutes, CBC Radio's The Current delves into the politics, issues and debates of the day. It is one of the most influential current affairs programs in Canadian society, and it has been hosted by Anna Maria Tremonti since it launched in 2002. In this interview Anna Maria reflects on the memorable moments she's had in her…
 
In the years since it launched in 2006 as CBC Radio's flagship arts and culture program, Q has become one of the most successful and most-listened-to radio programs in Canada. And as the host and co-creator, much of the show's success goes to Jian Ghomeshi, who has won over legions of listeners and fans with his insightful interviewing style, engag…
 
As the anchor of CBC's The National for over 25 years, Peter Mansbridge has been guiding Canadians through the events, news items and issues of the day. In this interview the veteran news broadcaster speaks about his childhood in Ottawa, his unlikely beginnings with the CBC, and the one interview he would still most like to do.…
 
With a 45 year history and close to a million listeners, As It Happens is one of the longest running and arguably most important radio programs in Canada. It has been hosted by some of Canada's most distinquished broadcast journalists from Barbara Frum to Michael Enright, and most recently, Carol Off. In this interview Carol speaks about her beginn…
 
Linden MacIntyre, A co-host of CBC TV's The Fifth Estate, has had a distinguished career as a reporter, and is considered by many to be one of Canada's best investigative journalists. In this interview he reflects on his life and career, from growing up in rural Cape Breton and his years as a newspaper reporter, to his time covering stories oversea…
 
The host of CBC Radio's Day 6, Brent Bambury's career in broadcasting is one that has truly run the gamut. From hosting the underground music program Brave New Waves, to being a local sportscaster, Brent has done it all. In this interview Brent speaks about his remarkably varied career in radio and TV, and the eclectic interests and strong sense of…
 
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