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Food and Drink Radio Show with Sharon Noonan. Some people like to blog, Sharon Noonan likes to interview! In 2013 her food and drink show, Best Possible Taste, premiered on West Limerick 102FM and continues to air every Tuesday night from 8pm - 9pm with the weekly repeat at 9am on Wednesday mornings. A podcast makes the shows accessible to a wide and worldwide audience. Podcasts feature interviews with old and new faces in the food and drink world. From restaurant reviews to discussing curre ...
 
In 1994, Howard Sounes began investigating a case of serial murder in an English cathedral city. A married couple, Fred and Rose West, had killed at least twelve women and girls, including their own daughter. They cut their victims up and buried the remains of nine bodies under their house at 25 Cromwell Street, Gloucester, where the Wests continued to live undetected... for decades. Uncovering their secrets as a journalist and author, researching his classic crime book Fred & Rose, Howard r ...
 
Pets in New York City are like no other pets in the world. Just like their people, city pets of all types have to grapple with cramped apartments (if they’re lucky enough to find a pet-friendly building) local politics, busy streets and dog-run drama. No hopping into the backseat or backyard for them! And those are just the pets that already have homes-pets waiting for adoption have to contend with life in overwhelmed city shelters or life on the streets. "Pets in the City" with New York Tai ...
 
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Some U.S. states are offering people incentives to get a COVID-19 vaccine, including $100 US in West Virginia, and the chance to win $1 million US in Ohio. Here in Canada, Saskatchewan is linking reopening to vaccination rates. Matt Galloway discusses that plan with Dr. Alex Wong, an infectious diseases specialist in Regina. And we talk about the b…
 
On this episode of the Best Possible Taste we meet Sarah O Mahony to find out how her career in hospitality started in Shannon College of Hotel Management and brought her full circle back to the college where she is now the Marketing ManagerAndYoung female entrepreneur Ciara Hennebry shares her journey from the family farm to setting up her first b…
 
President and CEO of First Multiple Listing Service (FMLS) Jeremy Crawford is in the studio today for today’s All About Real Estate segment of the Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio podcast. Tune in to find out what not to do during a virtual continuing education (CE) class as Jeremy shares all sorts of interesting stories with co-hosts Carol Morgan a…
 
As the pandemic drags on, when will it be safe to travel? We talk to Ontario resident Jenn McNeil, who is hoping to make a trip to Cuba in August, as well as Richard VanderLubbe, president of the travel agency tripcentral.ca, and Ashleigh Tuite, an infectious disease epidemiologist at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toro…
 
Ontario, Alberta and B.C. have decided to pause administration of the AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine as a first shot. Vancouver resident Ann Marie Platt already received it for her first dose, but is wondering if she can get a different vaccine for her second, because she has concerns about rare blood clots. We also talk to Globe and Mail heal…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyPalestinians fighting back against land theft by Israeli settlers – Rawan Arraf – director of Australian Centre For International JusticeBishop George Browning writes a letter to Scott MorrisonTamil Genocide Day May 16 – ongoing today in Sri Lanka – BarathanProgress report on nuclear weapons ban treaty – Associate …
 
Many Canadians use medical marijuana products, but not all of those products been studied for their safety and efficacy. We talk to Aly Benson and Rebecca Zak, who have had varying degrees of success with using medical cannabis; and James MacKillop, director at the Michael G. DeGroote Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Research at McMaster University. H…
 
We take a look inside the growing movement of naturally occurring retirement communities, or NORCs. Christine McMillan, 91, tells us about how she started the Oasis Senior Supportive Living program in Kingston, Ont. And we speak with Catherine Donnelly, director of the Health Services and Policy Research Institute at Queen's University, and Catheri…
 
The new documentary It Is Not Over Yet looks at Dagmarsminde, a care home for dementia patients in Denmark. The home's founder, May Bjerre Eiby, tells us about their alternative approach to care — one that's rooted in compassion, minimal medication and creating a sense of community through hugs, nature, cake and cocktails.…
 
You might have taken a selfie when you got your COVID-19 vaccine, but would you write a poem to mark the occasion? David Hassler is co-leader of the Global Vaccine Poem, which asks people to reflect on the pandemic and receiving their shot, and put those feelings into a few lines of verse. We also hear from Laura Wood in Owen Sound, Ont., who is am…
 
Health Canada has approved the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for people aged 12 and up, leaving many eager to get the shot, but waiting to see how the provinces will roll out it. We talk to Estora Marshall, a 17-year-old who works in a grocery store in Toronto; Anne Belanger in B.C., whose 15-year-old son has a health condition that leaves him v…
 
The opioid crisis has taken many lives in Kainai First Nation, in southern Alberta, but a new documentary, Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy, explores how the community is overcoming the crisis by redefining what harm reduction means. We talk to filmmaker Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, and her mother, Dr. Esther Tailfeathers, who is a family phy…
 
Despite a fourth wave of COVID-19 and a state of emergency in Tokyo, the Summer Olympics are going ahead. We talk to Satoko Itani, professor of sports and gender studies at Osaka's Kansai University, about growing local opposition. And two Canadian athletes — runner Madeleine Kelly and swimmer Sydney Pickrem — discuss how the pandemic has impacted …
 
Dr. Peter Hotez is developing a new COVID-19 vaccine that could cost less than $2 per dose — far cheaper than most other vaccines against the virus. Hotez, the co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital, joins us to discuss his efforts to create an easily-produced, affordable vaccine, and why manufacturing around…
 
42 West, started in 2021, was created by event planner Lauren Pelissier and former Atlanta Hawks player Kevin Willis who partnered to establish a new event venue in West Midtown Atlanta. Willis found a unique space within a barren Atlanta warehouse and collaborated with Pelissier to turn the building into an upscale, stylish venue to host a variety…
 
President of Sales and Marketing for Liberty Communities Lurae Davis is in the studio today for today’s All About Real Estate segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Joined by co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick, the group discusses the builder’s upcoming projects and available communities. “Our purpose is to be able to build new home constr…
 
Alberta's per-capita COVID-19 case count became the highest in North America this week, as hundreds attended anti-lockdown protests and Premier Jason Kenney announced new restrictions. We talk to Dr. Gabriel Fabreau about what he's seeing at his hospital; and we discuss the political leadership in the crisis with Tim Caulfield, Canada research chai…
 
War in Ethiopia's Tigray region continues, with millions fleeing for refugee camps and some observers calling the unfolding events a genocide. Dr. Tefera Tedros, a Tigrayan refugee currently living in a refugee camp in Sudan, describes the violence he's seen; and we learn about how the conflict arose with Haileselassie Medhin, an Ethiopian research…
 
Comments from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization about "preferred" vaccines have caused confusion among Canadians, who were told for months that the best vaccine is the one you can get first. Sabina Vohra-Miller, founder of the Unambiguous Science website, joins us to address that confusion and discuss why the mixed messaging by variou…
 
His week that was – Mr Kevin HealyAustralia’s obsession with China – Richard Tanter senior research associate Nautilus Institute University of MelbourneUrgent alert at recent attacks on activists in the Philippines – May KotsakisTwo court cases which could break the camel’s back of Australia’s cruel treatment of refugees – Max Costello – retired la…
 
The third wave of COVID-19 is battering the city of Brampton in Ontario's Peel Region, where many essential workers have weathered the pandemic without paid sick days. We hear the stories of people living and working on the front lines of the crisis, and talk to those trying to help. Plus, we discuss the systemic inequity the city faces, and how th…
 
We talk to Stewart Brand, whose remarkable life and career are the subject of the documentary We Are As Gods. Brand created the Whole Earth Catalog, and is considered a key figure in the creation of the 1960s counter-culture, as well as an influence on the environmental movement and the rise of personal computing. He tells us about that work, and o…
 
As the first wave began to wane a year ago, Canadian physician Peter Singer told The Current that the worst of the pandemic may yet be to come. Where does he think we are now? Singer, the special advisor to the director general of the World Health Organization, talks to Matt Galloway about the COVID-19 crisis in India, the third wave in Canada and …
 
U.S. President Joe Biden has pledged immigration reform, but the number of people seeking asylum at the southern border continues to grow. We talk to Estuardo Cifuentes, who fled to the U.S. after suffering homophobic persecution in Guatemala; Linda Corchado, a lawyer and director of legal services at Las Americas Immigrant Advocacy Center; and Muz…
 
Six years after a review into sexual misconduct in the military, the federal government has appointed former Supreme Court justice Louise Arbour to lead another. She tells us about the decision to redo, and we discuss what's different in this moment with Emma Phillips, legal counsel to former justice Marie Deschamps's external review in 2015.…
 
The pandemic exposed serious problems in long-term care in Canada, but what change is needed, and what creative solutions can be applied? We talk to Isobel Mackenzie, the seniors advocate for B.C.; Dr. Jocelyn Charles, medical director of the Veterans Centre at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, who works closely with the Dorothy Macham Home for ve…
 
President and CEO of the Atlanta History Center Sheffield Hale is in the studio for today’s Around Atlanta segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Joined by co-hosts Carol Morgan and Todd Schnick, the group discusses the exhibits and amenities offered to preserve and study Atlanta history. Hale has a background in law and practiced in Atlanta f…
 
When Marike Finlay and her partner Karin Cope decided to up sticks and move from Quebec to the Maritimes 20 years ago, they had a question for their older friend, Elisabeth Bigras: "Why don't you come?" The three women tell us how that question changed their lives, and give their take on this alternative form of long-term care: adopting an elder.…
 
Director of Operations at SQ4D Kirk Andersen is in the studio for today’s All About Real Estate segment of Atlanta Real Estate Forum Radio. Introduced as, “the coolest guy in construction” by co-host Carol Morgan this promises to be a fun episode focused on 3D printed homes and the innovation that Kirk is bringing to the industry. A lively discussi…
 
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