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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


Episodes

Ask a Neuroscientist

8/14/2022
Why are we so obsessed with pumpkin spice? A neuroscientist explains how our brains react to certain flavours.

Duration:00:05:53

No Place To Live

8/14/2022
In Winnipeg, one person’s search for a place to call home shows a public-housing system stretched to the limit

Duration:00:43:23

Baby Pics, Life Lessons, and Obits: What Happened to LinkedIn?

7/24/2022
Why users of LinkedIn are posting more personal content on a professional platform.

Duration:00:16:17

In Defense of Garlic in a Jar: How Food Snobs Almost Ruined My Love of Cooking

7/24/2022
Celebrity chefs, food writers, and home cooks have sneered at pre-cut produce. They’re dismissing those of us with disabilities.

Duration:00:17:08

Revenge of the Earthworms

7/24/2022
Think earthworms are a gardener’s best friend? Think again. How invasive earthworms are wreaking havoc on our ecosystems.

Duration:00:18:14

Bro

7/22/2022
A small-town man strives quixotically to make his first Black friend

Duration:00:18:24

The Click

7/22/2022
A painter and a backpacker trade reminiscence about a mysterious utopian land both are trying to find.

Duration:00:14:18

The Case for Nuclear Disarmament

7/22/2022
Canada once led the fight for a world without nuclear weapons. What happened?

Duration:00:19:22

Doctors on TikTok: The Dark side of Medical Influencers

7/17/2022
Medical data is suppose to be confidential. But social media is threatening the privacy and dignity of patients.

Duration:00:20:12

Why are there still so few Women Leaders in Politics?

7/17/2022
Women are more likely to hold interim leadership roles in federal politics, but cinching the top role remains elusive.

Duration:00:18:56

Ruffled Feathers

7/17/2022
The feral peacocks that divided a small town

Duration:00:15:48

Saving Robert Zimmerman

6/26/2022
A brother and sister compare competing recollections of a 1964 Bob Dylan concert while coming of age in downtown Toronto.

Duration:00:33:30

Out of Office: The Case for More Paid Vacation Days

6/26/2022
The pandemic has forced us to reevaluate our relationship with work and time off.

Duration:00:12:32

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