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The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.' Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @cri ...
 
The podcast that looks at everything that is weird and wonderful about everyone's favorite DIY network. Host Rebecca Lavoie talks to all kinds of people (including complete strangers!) about HGTV shows and the trends they represent, from those awful Tiny House Hunters to Fixer Upper's miraculous re-brand of Waco to the never-ending controversy about which Property Brother *really* does the heavy lifting. Want to share your thoughts about HGTV? Call Rebecca's podcast hotline at 725-333-2241 o ...
 
Between The Rows is a weekly podcast featuring the Glacier FarmMedia editorial team bringing you the ‘story behind the stories’ in ag news and markets. Drawing from our more than 20 print and online brands, our reporting staff will discuss the top stories and latest developments in agriculture today. The 25-30 minute weekly program is built around a team of rotating journalist-hosts that include: Laura Rance, Glacier FarmMedia Editorial Director Gord Gilmour, Manitoba Co-operator Editor Ed W ...
 
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Stop, what's that sound? CWO reveals its new theme music (listen for the typewriter). The 2016 disappearance of the senior class president divided a small Texas town. And when he turned up dead two years later it only added to the mystery. In the Texas Monthly podcast “Tom Brown’s Body” award winning journalist Skip Hollandsworth explores this unso…
 
Let’s face it, nobody likes to talk about the state of their farm finances. Country Guide’s Lorraine Stevenson discusses some of the signs of financial problems and when it’s time to talk to someone. Also: Michele Austin, head of government and public policy and philanthropy for Twitter Canada, explains how the COVID-19 pandemic has boosted farmers…
 
It was a scam that tricked film crew members to fly halfway around the world for a fake movie. But what was this con job really about? We’ll talk about the new podcast, "Chameleon: The Hollywood Con Queen." FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "CHAMELEON" GO TO 24:00 Netflix’s new documentary “American Murder: The Family Next Door” is told exclusively th…
 
Reporter Ed White of The Western Producer talks with Maneka Malalgoda, the University of Manitoba’s new grain quality and processing professor, about her research on grain starch and protein chemistry; Western Producer digital editor Paul Yanko talks about the rich trove of online articles on its website about Percy Schmeiser – and many other farm …
 
SVU tries to help a malnourished girl on a train who'd been locked up with her eight siblings by her religious father. Amanda discovers the children only get to leave the home to go bowling, and her actions lead to a deadly shootout. We're talking about SVU season 19 episode 20 "The Book of Esther." Our guest is the actress who played Esther in thi…
 
It's the feel bad episode of the season! First, the Oklahoma City bombing opened America’s eyes to anti-government groups. In “Two Minutes Past Nine” from BBC Sounds, host Leah Sottile ("Bundyville") provides a primer on American extremism and draws a straight line between Timothy McVeigh and today's extremists. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "TWO …
 
In a special edition of Between the Rows, we reflect over six months of pandemic life with no signs of it leaving everyday life anytime soon. Glacier FarmMedia’s Laura Rance interviews a collection of leading researchers and commentators about how our food system has fared throughout the pandemic. Hosted by Laura Rance. (Sponsored by Nutrien Smart …
 
He was a troubled teen who fell into a gang before being gunned down in an East London park. Was CJ the actual target? Are his killers taunting his family in rap videos? We’ll review “Who Killed CJ Davis?” FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "WHO KILLED CJ DAVIS?" GO TO 33:00 It's the story of a womanizing real estate developer whose unconventional poli…
 
A 15 year-old college freshman genius is mentored by a brilliant but flippant senior who teaches him that all work and no play can make Mitch a dull – or insane – boy (like Lazlo Hollyfeld), but they both learn that sometimes the price of success is betraying your own morals….and the price of revenge is whatever 140 tons of popcorn costs. Joelle - …
 
Ontario agriculture minister Ernie Hardeman delivers the news of a permanent site and government partnership for Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show; Glacier FarmMedia president Bob Willcox discusses the announcement and new research opportunities for the show; Ontario Federation of Agriculture president Keith Currie offers his thoughts on the permanent Can…
 
Celebrating Law & Order's 30th anniversary! Greevey & Logan investigate gunfire on a crowded subway train. A white woman says she shot two Black teens because they were trying to rape her. But Stone & Robinette learn the woman had been attacked on the subway before and believe this time she was the one looking for trouble. We're going back to where…
 
His parishioners didn't learn Father Ryan Scott wasn't a priest until he'd already made off with their money. The crime writers share their thoughts on "Smoke Screen: Fake Priest." FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "SMOKE SCREEN: FAKE PRIEST," GO TO MINUTE 24:00 Then HBO Max's "Class Action Park" plays for laughs with its look back at a NJ water park …
 
Karen Briere of The Western Producer reports on combine fires this harvest season and what farmers are doing to protect themselves; Grainews editor Kari Belanger and Nutrien agronomist Cristie Preston take a closer look at fall fertilizer management in a special feature sponsored by Smart Nutrition MAP+MST from Nutrien; Lorraine Stevenson of Countr…
 
Lara announces she's combining her love of cats and investigative skills into a new career. Who knew you could? Was the 1954 lynching of prominent Black businessman Isadore Banks solely an act of racism, or was there also a financial motive? We're discussing "Unfinished: Deep South” from Witness Docs. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "UNFINISHED" GO …
 
Robert Arnason of The Western Producer speaks with Robert Falconer, a researcher at the School of Public Policy, University of Calgary, about a recent study looking at temporary foreign workers and domestic Canadians’ willingness to work on farms; John Greig, Farmtario editor, discusses Bill 156, newly-passed Ontario legislation to protect farmers …
 
In this bonus episode of Crime Writers On, here is Rebecca's exclusive interview with Madeleine Baran, host of "In The Dark," with her reactions to news the state has dropped charges against Curtis Flowers. Additional resources: APM Reports: It's Over: Charges against Curtis Flowers are dropped New York Times: After 6 Murder Trials and Nearly 24 Ye…
 
Before we begin season five of "These Are Their Stories," here's a look back at the best moments, Hey It's That Guys, and Ripped from the Headlines from the past year. We'll hear from past guests Steven Pappas, Katie Mitchel, Issac Butler, Lani Diane Rich, Lawrence Tucker, Lauren Milberger, Katie Mitchel, Tracey Furgeson, Diana Goodman, Nick Cappod…
 
Kevin kicks off the discussion with some excellent medical news. In season two of "The Sneak: The Murders at Whiskey Creek," Jack Murphy was a champion surfer who captured headlines in 1964 as a cool jewel thief for stealing the world’s largest sapphire from a New York museum. But was the charming thief known as "Murph the Surf" more violent than h…
 
With a less-than-unanimous vote, what happens now to the seed sector organizations that were planning to amalgamate under the Seeds Canada banner? Allan Dawson of the Manitoba Co-operator considers the groups’ options. Also: Farmtario contributing writer Stew Slater tells us about the arable yet underfarmed Northern Clay Belt of northeastern Ontari…
 
With Kevin taking a sick day, the rest of the panel gets to hear about Lara's new profession: pet detective. Plus, Toby's killer cat Little Foot is at it again. In the podcast “Relative Unknown," host Jackee Taylor learns the man at the center of a double murder/homicide was actually her father, a former Hells Angel who took his family into Witness…
 
Farmtario editor John Greig talks about the growing concern of cyber crime in the ag sector; Manitoba Co-operator reporter Geralyn Wichers talks about workers’ safety concerns in an update on the situation at Maple Leaf Foods’ hog slaughter plant at Brandon, Manitoba; and Bruce Burnett of MarketsFarm calls in to discuss the early days of harvest ac…
 
Digital media buying is more than buying media. In episode 3 of Within Digital, Nick Livermore chats to Client Planners Grace Bethell and Harry Martin about SearchStar's planning process and, more specifically, the "Planning Cycle". As Harry and Grace explain, the Planning Cycle is a process of creating media buying plans or strategies. Starting, m…
 
Al Mussell with Agri-Food Economic Systems explains a recently produced analysis outlining some of the risks and opportunities facing Canada’s agricultural sector; Mike Raine of The Western Producer discusses his new role as editor of the publication after several years as managing editor; and Bruce Burnett of Glacier MarketsFarm talks warm weather…
 
Baby Sierra is missing and her young mom is off partying. Yes, she buried the girl's body in an abandoned lot, but Olivia and Elliot don't arrest her. Instead they bust the anti-vaxxing mom whose kid gave Sierra measles and charge her with murder. We're looking at a classic SVU, season 10 episode 19 "Selfish." Our guest is Anita Flores from "I'm Li…
 
Leading off...“The Orange Tree” revisits a crime which resonates with college students in Austin years later. What makes "The Orange Tree" different is the seven-part series is not the work of a major publishing house. It’s written and produced by students at the University of Texas. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "THE ORANGE TREE," GO TO 35:00 The…
 
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