NOW with Dave Brown-logo

NOW with Dave Brown

Talk Show Replays

Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.

Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.

Location:

Canada

Description:

Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.

Twitter:

@AMIaudio

Language:

English

Contact:

1 800 567 6755


Episodes

The Routledge History of Disability

4/19/2021
Our western regional reporter Jim Krysko tells us about re-release of the book "The Routledge History of Disability." He also explains how an Estevan wheelchair user in Saskatchewan is working to bring more attention to accessibility. From the April 19, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:12:00

Crip tax

4/19/2021
In our accessibility story roundup, we talk about how "crip tax" is a linguistic substitute for the hidden costs of living with a disability. From the April 19, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:03:45

Twitter investigates algorithms

4/19/2021
Twitter is starting a new initiative to assess any harmful impacts caused by its algorithms. Marc Aflalo of Double Tap Canada fills us in on the details. From the April 19, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:10:12

Series review: Them

4/19/2021
Film reviewer Amy Amantea shares her thoughts on the Amazon Series “Them”. From the April 19, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:54

Ask Dave Anything - April 19

4/19/2021
Host Dave Brown answers audience questions in another edition of Ask Dave Anything! From the April 19, 2021 episode. From the April 19, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:16:17

Ontario COVID-19 restrictions

4/19/2021
Michelle McQuigge of the Canadian Press recaps the news that made headlines this past weekend including Ontario's COVID-19 restrictions. From the April 19, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:08:54

Full show - Episode 295

4/19/2021
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Michelle McQuigge of the Canadian Press shares her weekend news recap and discusses Ontario's updated COVID-19 restrictions. Host Dave Brown answers audience questions in our segment "Ask Dave Anything." Film reviewer Amy Amantea shares her thoughts on the Amazon Prime series “Them”. Marc Aflalo of Double Tap TV tells us why Twitter is assessing any harmful impacts caused by its algorithms. And, Jim Krysko describes the re-release of the book "The Routledge...

Duration:01:44:45

Return of AMI This Week

4/16/2021
Communication specialist Greg David looks ahead to the return of AMI This Week to AMI-tv. He also gives us a break down on what constitues as a Canadian television program. From the April 16, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:13:08

Best documentary nominees

4/16/2021
Entertainment critic Michael McNeely continues his coverage of the 2021 Oscars and review the nominees for best documentary film. From the April 16, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:12:39

Pandemic pay wages

4/16/2021
In our weekly news panel with Paul Daniel and Meagan Gillmore, we discuss minimum wage and chat about how some employees across the country are set to receive a pay raise during the pandemic. From the April 16, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:12:20

The U.S. War in Afghanistan

4/16/2021
In our weekly news panel with Paul Daniel and Meagan Gillmore, we discuss the legacy the war in Afghanistan. From the April 16, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:14:47

Full show - Episode 294

4/16/2021
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we have our weekly news panel with Paul Daniel and Meagan Gillmore. We discuss the United States’ plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan this fall. We also chat about how some employees across the country are set to receive a pay raise during the pandemic. And, we talk about the recent cuts to Laurentian University programs and staff. In the second hour of the show, entertainment Critic Michael McNeely continues his coverage of the 2021 Oscars and review the...

Duration:01:44:45

Full show - Episode 293

4/15/2021
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, author Catherine Fogarty reflects on the deadly riot at Kingston Penitentiary in Ontario that took place 50 years ago. Producer Dawn Dickinson previews The Guardian This Week with an article about a French property developer who plans to build 5,000 retirement homes across U.K. city centres. Community reporter Shaini Saravanamuthu in Montreal tells us how we can stay fit and active through CNIB’s new and virtual yoga classes. Steven Scott of Double Tap Canada...

Duration:01:44:35

Retirement homes in U.K. city centres

4/15/2021
Producer Dawn Dickinson previews The Guardian This Week with an article about a French property developer who plans to build 5,000 retirement homes across U.K. city centres. She also tells us about Facebook’s slow reaction to a manipulation campaign hosted on their platform by the Honduran president. From the April 15th, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:07:48

New Microsoft Hardware

4/15/2021
Steven Scott of Double Tap Canada describes the latest hardware from Microsoft including the new Surface Laptop 4 and the Surface Headphones 2+. From the April 15th, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:10:59

Community report - Shaini Saravanamuthu - Montreal, QC

4/15/2021
Community reporter Shaini Saravanamuthu tells us how we can stay fit and active through CNIB’s new and virtual yoga classes. She also describes their new fashion and makeup program with Keya Osbourne. From the April 15th, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:09:09

Kingston Penitentiary riot

4/15/2021
Author Catherine Fogarty reflects on the deadly riot at Kingston Penitentiary in Ontario that took place 50 years ago. She also tells us about her book “Murder on the Inside.” From the April 15th, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:10:30

Shared E-scooters in Ottawa

4/15/2021
Karen Magee shares her central regional report with a story on a new motion passed by Ottawa to allow the use of shared e-scooters on the city’s downtown streets. She also tell us about recent issues faced by people with accessible parking permits in no parking zones. From the April 15th, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:10:10

Air Canada's bailout agreement

4/14/2021
Veteran political correspondent Craig Oliver analyzes the latest news in Canadian politics including Air Canada's bailout agreement with the federal goverment. He also reviews the NDP and Liberal party conventions that took place this past weekend. From the April 14, 2021 episode.

Duration:00:20:17