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Voices of The Walrus

Talk Show Replays

Let us take you into the pages of the Walrus as a chorus of vibrant voices bring to life essays, fiction, poetry, illustrations and photography from some of Canada’s best writers and artists.

Let us take you into the pages of the Walrus as a chorus of vibrant voices bring to life essays, fiction, poetry, illustrations and photography from some of Canada’s best writers and artists.

Location:

Canada

Description:

Let us take you into the pages of the Walrus as a chorus of vibrant voices bring to life essays, fiction, poetry, illustrations and photography from some of Canada’s best writers and artists.

Twitter:

@AMIaudio

Language:

English

Contact:

1 800 567 6755


Episodes

Take two Shrooms and call me in the morning: the medical promise of magic mushrooms

1/16/2022
Psilocybin can treat depression, alcoholism, PTSD and even cluster headaches. Why is it still illegal?

Duration:00:18:12

How Meal kits changed my Mind about Cooking

1/16/2022
The pandemic sparked a boom in cooking from scratch. Where do boxes of premeasured ingredients fit in?

Duration:00:14:47

Covid upended the labor market. Why haven't Workers lives improved?

1/16/2022
The pandemic offered us a chance to reconstruct society. So why are we squandering it?

Duration:00:21:50

My Uncle the Witch Hunter

1/9/2022
Was nineteenth-century settler John Troyer a target of supernatural evil - or just paranoid?

Duration:00:15:35

Looney Tunes will never die and That's all Folks

1/9/2022
How Bugs Bunny and his pals managed to become a TV success impervious to time and changing standards.

Duration:00:20:19

Textual Healing

1/9/2022
Why some therapists are offering a novel course of treatment: bibliotherapy

Duration:00:14:29

The Growth of Green Investing

1/5/2022
So-called sustainable stocks increasingly speak to big business. But are they legitimate?

Duration:00:18:47

What Women (still) Want

1/5/2022
Over the course of their lives, many women experience a loss of sexual desire. Where is their little blue pill?

Duration:00:36:05

Why we need a Good Villain: From Ancient Lore to Pandemic Finger-pointing

12/12/2021
Villains have starred in our stories for eons. Is that why we want someone to blame for Covid-19?

Duration:00:11:54

Tomorrow's News

12/12/2021
The death of journalism has been predicted for decades.

Duration:00:38:59

The Love Letter

12/6/2021
When Stephen Trumper's wife developed Alzheimer's, the story of their marriage kept them connecteed through the memory loss.

Duration:00:39:35

Ask a Supply-chain expert

12/6/2021
Are product shortages our new normal?

Duration:00:06:24

The Ruthless Math of Political Campaigns: Is Big Data bad for Democracy?

11/28/2021
As the fate of elections is increasingly tied to analytics, we could end up with voters nobody will bother trying to persuade.

Duration:00:19:41

To Catch a Turtle Thief

11/28/2021
How Canadian and US officials blew the lid off an international turtle smuggling operation.

Duration:00:27:01

Ask a Real Estate Expert

11/28/2021
What's next for the housing market?

Duration:00:06:09

For the Love of Peat

11/21/2021
Preserving Canada's Wetlands may be our best defence against floods, wildfires, and a changing climate.

Duration:00:12:47

Three Stories to make your Head Feel Different

11/21/2021
Douglas Coupland's newest fiction on pandemic isolation, bored border guards and , getting grandkids.

Duration:00:19:33

My Day in Zoom Court

11/21/2021
Tradition dictates that perpetrators and victims of sexual assault must meet in court. Covid-19 showed there may be a better way.

Duration:00:18:12

Ask a DNA Expert

11/14/2021
Can we bring extinct species like dinosaurs back to life?

Duration:00:06:12

The Mission

11/14/2021
Two residential school survivors set out to confront one of the men responsible for their nightmarish childhoods

Duration:00:30:16