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Hot Air With Matt Cundill

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Hot Air With Matt Cundill features people and stories with real life answers. As Matt wanders the planet, he encounters people with useful answers to everyday questions. Matt needs to go in search of these answers because there is so much bullshit in the world. You know how they say the truth is out there? Well it's also here in this very podcast. We enjoy podcasting and put this together so you can learn something or be entertained. Either one.

Hot Air With Matt Cundill features people and stories with real life answers. As Matt wanders the planet, he encounters people with useful answers to everyday questions. Matt needs to go in search of these answers because there is so much bullshit in the world. You know how they say the truth is out there? Well it's also here in this very podcast. We enjoy podcasting and put this together so you can learn something or be entertained. Either one.

Location:

Canada

Description:

Hot Air With Matt Cundill features people and stories with real life answers. As Matt wanders the planet, he encounters people with useful answers to everyday questions. Matt needs to go in search of these answers because there is so much bullshit in the world. You know how they say the truth is out there? Well it's also here in this very podcast. We enjoy podcasting and put this together so you can learn something or be entertained. Either one.

Language:

English

Contact:

2049810020


Episodes

Matt Gets Interviewed

5/1/2020
In this episode, I, not Matt Cundill, interview Matt Cundill. I'm Evan Midford, a communications student at Red River College, and I've been working for Matt for the last three weeks on work placement. I've done a lot of different work for Matt, and this is my final chance to really practice my interviewing skills before I head off into the working world. It's a great interview. We talk about Matt's upbringing in Montreal, his career in radio, and, most importantly, the band Tool. We talk...

Duration:00:24:13

James Blick Explains Spain

4/20/2020
Avery and I love Spain. A few years ago we went to Italy to get our first European experience as a couple and loved Rome and Tuscany. Italy showed us what can happen when fresh ingredients get involved. In 2018, we made our first trip to Spain and found that the Spanish lifestyle of socialization was a little more in line than what we have to deal with in North America. In our perfect world, we would rather go to 5 bars in over 5 nights and meet a few (sometimes new) people, rather than...

Duration:01:04:45

Ruth Dorsainville

4/4/2020
I met Ruth when she hired me to do some voiceover work for her podcast which is going to be launched shortly. check the show notes of the episode and i’ll have the link in there when it is launched. ruth is a speaker, business coach, and a successful entrepreneur. she’s been on wall street, Bali, Australia, and Las Vegas. she was raised in Montreal, the daughter of Haitian immigrants who wanted to set her life up for the type of success that gets shown on tv. when i did the voiceover for...

Duration:00:23:13

This is House Arrest

3/22/2020
Matt heads indoors as social distancing and COVID19 takes over. After one week he has found that things aren't as easy as he thought they would be. He didn't even bother to talk about his chapped hands or the fact the everyone who is now working from home is now calling him to solve those home IT problems. The irony is that he works from home all the time but now that he HAS to work from home. He hates it. Support the show: http://paypal.me/mattcundill

Duration:00:10:10

Maybe The Buffalo Bills Aren't Terrible Anymore

12/3/2019
The Buffalo Bills have always been my team. It all started back in 1992 when 4 guys got into a car in Wolfville, Nova Scotia and drove 22 hours west to the AFC Championship game. What ensued was some sort of crazy "fandamonium" that had me wanting to go back. This was my introduction to the Bills Mafia. After the Buffalo Bills lost their 4th Super Bowl, they returned to mediocrity; or sometimes worse. On New Year's Eve 2017 they qualified for the post season for the first time since 1999,...

Duration:01:42:06

Stop the Time Change?

11/2/2019
Tara Holmes is back. She was a guest on episode 18 when she told us all about matchmaking. I also found out she has been spearheading a campaign to rid British Columbians from the evils of bi-annually setting clocks back and forth. I spoke to Tara all about how the campaign is going and I ask her why I should care about this. In an interesting twist of irony, this episode is being released during the extra hour of sleep we are scheduled to get. Tara has been making the rounds in the media...

Duration:00:17:50

Sugar Sammy: Back to Canada!

9/6/2019
Sugar Sammy and I connected back in the early part of the millennium in Montreal. He would drop by CHOM for what was supposed to be casual conversation and promotion of his upcoming comedy shows. He was genuinely so funny he would stick around for multiple segments, talking locally... comedically. (That works really well with a radio audience) Since then, Sammy has been one of the hardest working people in comedy. He has conquered markets like Dubai, Lebanon, Paris, and Quebec. Sammy speaks...

Duration:01:12:21

Declutter Your Life

8/15/2019
Avery is really good at decluttering. Whether it's emotional, physical or cleaning the crap out of closets, Avery has a way of doing it and freeing your mind. She talks to me about the joys of decluttering - and it is more than getting rid of junk; it's about freeing your mind. We don't know if this will evolve into a podcast for Avery, but we think she is onto something. I also made mention of a podcast I did with the Productivity Specialist, Amber de la Garza. You can check it out here....

Duration:00:19:43

Karla's Boobs Are Killing Her

6/12/2019
I first got to know Karla in the summer of 2018. We met at our friend Gestur's 50th. Actually there's a whole episode dedicated to that wonderful party. Karla was the other podcaster at the party with a show called "Stand Up Speak Up". We immediately hit it off and searched for ways to work together. Over the course of a few months, Karla and I worked on a few episodes and I got to narrate two of the more recent episodes. Then Karla got sick. Actually she had been sick for a few years and...

Duration:00:56:39

Carson Milberg: Post Ed Goes Beyond Education

5/23/2019
Carson is a student at the University of Victoria and is the founder of Post-Ed, a platform that licenses software to post-secondary institutions to help them retain students by connecting them to all the clubs, events and scholarships that are right for them to bolster their academic success. The App just finished its first lap around the track at the University of Manitoba. Despite that perceived limitation the team behind the app was able to build a community of 2,000 active users...

Duration:00:19:00

Jessica Ferguson talks MOMO, SOS Safety, and Parenting

3/2/2019
Jessica Ferguson is a parent addressing the challenges most face today. She's all in on SOS Safety Magazine which is a resource for parents who are faced with new challenges everyday. In the past week, my son's school got a letter about MOMO, which is the latest internet fad which may or may not be harming our kids. As promised in the show, you can find out the latest on the MOMO situation here. https://www.snopes.com/news/2019/02/26/momo-challenge-suicide-game/ And if you would like to...

Duration:00:10:54

Curious About Clare

2/2/2019
Clare Newman worked in the music industry for companies that carried big music industry swagger. Companies like HMV and Polygram. The later was gobbled up by Universal and she latter went on to become a private investigator and then she started teaching various forms of yoga, diving into reiki and aromatherapy as well. All that is a long way from driving artists around to radio stations and vying for top display at record stores in the 90's. I was curious enough to find out what Clare had...

Duration:00:27:32

Jeremy Morantz on his Brother, Autism, and New Book

1/27/2019
Jeremy Morantz lost his younger brother Nathan tragically a few years ago. This year he is releasing a book about the life and times of growing up with a brother with autism. Jeremy came by to talk about his brother, the book and autism. Jeremy Morantz is a 21-year-old Communications student with a focus in public relations and politics. Jeremy’s writing is influenced by his love for comedy, pop-culture, and top 40 music. What Does He Dream About? is his debut book. He lives in Winnipeg. The...

Duration:00:13:48

Get to Know Keto

1/23/2019
Marla Barr is the Detox Yogi and our go to for questions related to all things diet and health. She's a food scientist. So she knows this stuff. The Keto diet has been all the rage and has kicked into high gear with 2019 getting underway. After learning about what the diet entails, I had to clear my mind and ask Marla what this diet is all about, why people perceive success with it, and how sustainable is it? Connect with Marla on her podcast, Instagram, Twitter and check out her offerings...

Duration:00:49:35

Jessica Scott-Reid: Why Go Vegan in 2019?

1/17/2019
Jessica Scott-Reid was not born vegan. But she tells us her journey of how she got there. We spoke with her back in Episode 5 about her life as a hockey wife. I knew she was an advocate of animal rights and led a solid vegan lifestyle, and wanted to save this episode for when the time was right. It turns out that 2019 is that time. MacLeans Magazine has declared that 2019 is the year of the Vegan, and her article which was published just before Christmas made the social media rounds just as...

Duration:00:20:28

Matchmaker Tara Holmes

1/12/2019
The episode is a follow up to the previous one - which you should listen to first before listening to this one. Tara Holmes heard the previous episode and it confirmed what she has known about dating apps. Which is why she started the matchmaking company Holmes is Where the Heart Is, serving Kamloops, British Columbia. Tara empethized with Allison's dating plight and shared our episode - which led me wondering: What is Matchmaking? In this episode, we talked about why Matchmaking is making a...

Duration:00:24:57

Dating Apps are Full of Dipsh1ts

1/6/2019
When Allison Currie decided to start dating again, she found was things had changed from the last time she had been in circulation. The creation of dating apps changed the dating landscape. No problem, Allison is highly adaptable and has a smart phone. Her foray into the dating world started with Match, then Tinder and then Bumble. What she found was enough strange behaviour to write a book. She hasn't written the book yet, but it was enough to appear on this podcast. Allison's story is one...

Duration:00:23:03

Author Win Charles

12/10/2018
Win Kelly Charles is a best-selling four time published Author and Motivational Speaker. She was born with Cerebral Palsy, competed in the Kona Ironman Triathlon and is on the verge of receiving her degree in journalism. Given that she lives 5 minutes from ski hill in Aspen, she is obligated to snow board; so the fact that she loves it makes it all the better. And by "published author, we mean 7 books with books 8 and 9 on the way. Check out her book I Win, her autobiography. Win is also the...

Duration:00:13:02

Marla Barr is Back Talking Men's Health

11/26/2018
The Detox Yogi, Marla Barr drops by to talk about Men's Health. November is Movember for many men, the month where the conversation surrounding men's health is no longer something you have to be shy about. We talked about why men love football, the benefit of sports, and raising boys and girls differently. You are already following this podcast, so how about subscribing for free to Marla's podcast called "Your Wellness Journey". Follow us - Instagram Twitter Facebook Support the show:...

Duration:00:37:07

The Montreal Expos' Blue Monday

10/14/2018
Every Montreal Expos Fan remembers the day. October 19th, 1981. Rick Monday's Home Run in the top of the ninth in Game 5 of the National League Division Series was the beginning of the end of this cherished baseball franchise. Fans waited ten years for the next crop of players to make a run at the World Series; which culminated in a strike that squashed the Expos hopes again in 1994. In this podcast, I speak with Danny Gallagher about his book and intertwine my memories from that era with...

Duration:00:23:01