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Voices of The Walrus

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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


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Episodes

Dead or Canadian

6/19/2022

Duration:00:17:37

Ask a weather expert

6/19/2022
Is the Humidex just hot air?

Duration:00:06:09

If I had me a Porsche

6/19/2022
Poet and Taxi driver Bill Hawkins partied with Joni Mitchell, Jimi Hendriks and other other greats of the sixties. Why he died in obscurity is anyone's guess.

Duration:00:26:40

What Tourette's taught me

6/12/2022
Having his neurological symptoms diagnosed helped Leyland Cecco understand who he was.

Duration:00:25:55

Breaking Through

6/12/2022
An artist reframes a dance form

Duration:00:10:45

Clearing Out

6/12/2022
Why B.C's logging industry is eyeing greener pastures abroad

Duration:00:14:38

Leaving Ukraine

6/5/2022
Canadian soldiers spent years training the Ukrainian army. What is their legacy?

Duration:00:15:20

Why is the pandemic death-toll among workers still a mystery?

6/5/2022
Covid-19 didn’t spare workers in manufacturing. But two years on, information about their deaths remains hard to find.

Duration:00:21:34

A War on the Rich

6/5/2022
Should we criticize the world’s richest 1%? The book “In Defence of Wealth” insists that we should, in fact, be thanking them.

Duration:00:20:55

Ask an Environmentalist

5/22/2022
What is the carbon footprint of the internet?

Duration:00:06:03

Crime and Endless Punishment

5/22/2022
How much retribution is enough for the driver who caused the Humboltd crash?

Duration:00:30:17

The Beekeeper

5/22/2022
A man with one of the last bee colonies living on his face conspires to pass down his responsibility to his unwilling son.

Duration:00:16:01

The superficial diversity of Canadian TV

5/15/2022
From Kim's Convenience to The Porter, the country's original series appear more inclusive than ever. But the industry still has a long way to go.

Duration:00:38:35

Ask an inflation expert

5/15/2022
What do rising prices mean for Canadians?

Duration:00:06:09

The Story of Sarah Polley

5/8/2022
Growing up, the actor, writer and director Sarah Polley was compeled to follow other people's scripts. Now, she's rewriting her own.

Duration:00:41:39

Ask a Refugee Expert: How will the war in Ukraine impact immigration?

5/8/2022
Russia's invasion is likely to spark the largest refugee movement in Europe since the end of the Second World War.

Duration:00:10:11

Why is Canada deporting front-line workers in the middle of a pandemic?

5/1/2022
More than 18,000 people have been deported during the pandemic, including those who kept our society running during the worst of Covid-19.

Duration:00:16:09

Discredited

5/1/2022
How credit scores can run and ruin our lives

Duration:00:35:34

Dreaming in Colour

4/24/2022
In her latest novel, Sheila Heti sets out to process the loss of a father - and ends up re-imagining the universe.

Duration:00:15:18

" Let her eat cake: The Subversive power of Women Feasting "

4/24/2022
Women are told to tame their desires, stifle their appetites, and not take up space. But, as women directors have shown, there's power in indulgence.

Duration:00:18:03