Rebecca Gibbons explores the importance of Strathcona Park in this audio documentary, talking to five parkgoers about what makes Strathcona important to them.
Sean Botti meets up with John Westhaver, longtime owner of Birdman Sound, to chat about his new project, Friday Afternoon Cartunes.
Little Jo Berry’s has launched a podcast showcasing the people behind our favourite local shops and brands.
“I’ve wanted to have him on since the inception of this show, but he can be a bit tricky to get a hold of.”
Awesome Ottawa: January Award to support description-rich podcast sharing visuals of current events and the world around us
January’s Awesome Ottawa award goes to Christine Malec and J.J. Hunt to support Talk Description to Me, a podcast in which the visuals of current events and the world around us are discussed in description-rich conversations.
Interview: Anna Shah Hoque and Cara Tierney, curators of To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive podcast and exhibition
Anna Shah Hoque and Cara Tierney are the curators of To Be Continued: Troubling the Queer Archive, an exhibition that looks at Ottawa’s local histories and genealogies of queerness.
Ottawa is known among major Canadian cities for having a very tight-knit restaurant community. Everybody seems to know everybody else and there’s a real sense of respect and admiration between restaurants. The warring camps that other cities have are nowhere present here. Acting as a spokesperson for this community is chef Adam Vettorel. He’s already well known as chef-owner of North & Navy, as well as the brand-new Cantina Gia. But did you know he has his own podcast?
Nathan, Jack, and Ben have been attracting celebrities and “people with interesting jobs” for their podcast The Interview Dudes since its inception in June 2019. They’ve produced four seasons since then. What sets this podcast apart from others like it? Well, the Dudes in question are all finishing up Grade 6.
The Ottawa-made podcast has recorded more than 50 episodes.
Dr. Xuhua Xia, of the University of Ottawa’s Biology Department, recently published a paper about the transmission of COVID-19 which was widely-covered but also misrepresented by most media sources.
Listen to our interview with Ottawa folk duo Silent Winters. Their album release show for The Duke Hotel is coming up on February 26 at The Gladstone Theatre.
Ottawa native Amanda Rheaume will play a sold out show at the National Arts Centre’s Fourth Stage. Catch her on the Apt613 Live podcast.
Narcy is at Queen St. Fare on Friday February 15.
You can catch him next at Absolute Comedy Ottawa, where he will be headlining from February 19th to 24th.
All proceeds from the show will go towards Improv Embassy’s Inclusion Scholarship, which helps students from underrepresented backgrounds take their improv, sketch, and standup classes.