Welcome to Side Dishes, The Food Podcast mini series exploring the Flavours of Home. In episode #2 of our side-series, Australian writer Maggie MacKellar shares the flavours of her home on a Tasmanian merino wool sheep farm. Maggie begins with thoughts on... "learning to cook for shearers, and growing our own meat, and about picking walnuts down by the creek, and digging potatoes..." But other flavours get in the way, pushing the flavour definition in wildly different directions. "I sat in the cold, and knew home was not just a flavour on my tongue, it wasn’t about a scent, or a meal, it was about memory and the web of connections that stretch beyond the boundaries of our skin, through our animals, into the land we live on, and then out into the world beyond." Woven through the episode is The Be Good Tanya's Dog Song 2, a song that's serenaded every flavour of my life. I hope you have a listen. It's a special one. @maggiemackellar_ @Lindsaycameronwilson @thefoodpodcast @villagesound
With 2018's ROBIN HOOD now playing in theatres, Stephen & Carsten take a look at all the myriad cinematic iterations of the legendary heroic outlaw! LENS ME YOUR EARS is also on the radio! Check out CKDU every Tuesday afternoon at 5pm AST for a new episode of the show! Follow us on twitter: @Lensmeyourears and like us on Facebook! Stephen's twitter:@NS_scooke Carsten's twitter: @CarstenKnox
Get ready for PART 2 of our epic 2 series finale! We are revisited by filmmaker Donna Davies, Organigram COO Ray Gracewood, and fitness icon Hal Johnson for a thought-provoking roundtable discussion, examining the many avenues of Canada's exciting new industry! Welcome to TURNING A NEW LEAF, the podcast that discusses all things related to the recent legalization and regulation of recreational cannabis in Canada. From doctors and filmmakers to growers and lawyers - we look at all perspectives and opinions.
It's finally arrived! The 25th episode for 25 years! Join Tara and Jacob for one last look back at the bars, bands, businesses, big news stories and Barrington Streets that defined Halifax over the past quarter century. Featuring our super special guest Steve Murphy! The Coast presents: 25 for 25. A year-by-year audio archive. Through the lens of the city’s alt-weekly, editors Jacob Boon and Tara Thorne bring you the stories that shaped Halifax over the past quarter-century. The Coast Twitter: @TwitCoast The Coast (online) thecoast.ca Tara Thorne twitter: @thorneyhfx Jacob Boon twitter: @RWJBoon