This week on the podcast, we interview Steve Arpin, the only Canadian driver racing in the Red Bull Global Rallycross circuit.
“The Egyptian Jon Stewart” spoke to Apt613 about Al Bernameg – the most popular political satire show in the Middle East – and how satire can be used as a tool to enact change.
This week on the show, we’re talking with political cartoonist and University of Ottawa professor Omid Milani. We talk about the new documentary Tickling Giants (playing June 7th at the ByTowne Cinema, a presentation of One World Film Festival) and about the importance of satire in defending freedoms.
The Secret Lives of Public Servants explores the creative side of public sector employees outside the work hours of 9 to 5. Given the fact that this sector is the biggest employer in the Country, there are plenty of stories to choose from.
As founder Elaina Martin put’s it, Westfest is “the people’s festival.” With Westfest in it’s 14th year, Apt613 talks to Martin about what Westfest is all about, its efforts towards reconciliation, and making Westfest Ottawa’s most accessible and diverse festival.
Williams talks about his journey from England to Canada and the career path that has brought him to Ottawa.
This week on the podcast, we’re interviewing Rugby Sevens player, Olympic medallist and Gatineau-native Natasha Watcham-Roy.
This week we say farewell to Ottawa’s venerable nightclub and music venue Zaphod Beeblebrox
This week we talk to the driving force behind Canada’s all-time best-selling metal band. Ottawa’s Jeff Waters started his band Annihilator more than 30 years ago, and has been recognized as one of the world’s greatest metal guitarists.
This week on the podcast, we’re highlighting two very different musicians who will be performing at the National Arts Centre.
This week on the podcast, we’re talking to Ottawa Fury FC captain Lance Rozeboom, and we ask him about what fans can expect this year.
This week on the podcast, we interview Nicholas Hyatt from Ottawa/Montreal-based psychedelic pop band Future States about their new album, cool venues, and growing up listening to Russian classical music. Catch them Saturday, April 15, at The Record Centre (1099 Wellington W) with Merival and Ada Lea.
We talk with the ultra-talented Yellowknife-born and Vancouver-based R&B soul singer Warren Dean Flandez. He’s received a JUNO Award nomination for his album Eternally Grateful.
In anticipation of Prozzäk’s new album and Forever 1999 Tour, we speak with James Bryan McCallum, the musician behind the character Milo, and we take you through time with some 90s favourites and new Prozzäk songs.
This week on a special XL-sized podcast, we have not one, but two fantastic guests.