Anything Anything Anything
Summary: Anything Anything Anything is a podcast about anything, but mostly North American culture and politics. It's like a night out at the bar with friends, including the drinking.
This week’s podcast airs professional baker and amateur grappler Martha’s memories of starting university. Then we bemoan the constant of cat-calling, and think about evo psych: who hates it, who loves it, and why. Download
Local feminist intellectual and Twitter superstar Stephanie joins to tell us about fighting sexism on the internet, muse about Toronto’s residential future, and reminiscence on the blatantly uninformed and proud US political gaffes of yore. Download @amirightfolks @WiTOpoli signupforcivility.com
On this Anything Anything Anything: a TV show face-off, Scarborough shooting questions, and the doability of rape jokes. Download
You only live once, luck and the scariness of sky-diving vs. roller coasters, neurofibromatosis, oppression olympics, and speaking of which, when does it make sense to talk about privilege? Download
Writer, organizer, editor, and professional fact-checker Alicia of Raconteurs joins us for tales of telling tales, insomnia, and putting things off. Download Raconteurs Alicia’s blog about living with cancer
Our local G20 “terrorist” has recently been cleared of all charges. Also in this episode, we discuss changes to unemployment benefits written into the latest national budget bill and gush about MTV’s misery porn. Download
What do safe injection sites, taxes, teenage boozing, Stephen King’s The Jaunt, Ira Glass, and standing-streaming have in common? We discuss them all thoroughly with Alex, Toronto’s resident philosopher king. Download
The case for hipsters, public media, and playful adulthood. Download For more points about the CBC and why it’s important for Canadaland, we look to Jonathan Kay’s Why Canada needs (an advertisement-free) Radio One. Being a grown-up is the best because it means we can buy and eat chocolate whenever we want.
This week, we talk the art of canvassing from the point of view of the door-knocker. Then, can “selling out” be a good thing? And what will Ontario north be without Ontario Northland? Download WE’RE BACK! Backbackback. Back from by-electioning. Back into your gentle arms. Joseph LeBlanc, along with Foodshare from Toronto, is setting up [...]