We’re back with another three editions of the Midweek podcast. This week, our reporters looked back on the aftermath of the U.S. election in Vermont, spoke to a young person trying to find a job during COVID while being at high risk, the need for period equity in Ottawa, and much, much more.
Canada marked it’s first Remembrance Day on November 11, 1931, to mourn and honour the fallen soldiers who fought in the First World War. Eighty-nine years later, we’re still remembering with this week’s editions of the Midweek podcasts.
An hour-long compilation of each set of three Midweek podcasts is broadcast on CKCU-FM on the Thursday of the following week, starting just after the 7 a.m. news — but if 7 a.m. isn’t your favourite time slot, you can go to CKCU’s “On Demand” menu. Here’s how!
This week we have three new podcasts for you with stories that range from ‘maskne’ and how to deal with it, seasonal affective disorder in the time of COVID, self-driving shuttles, burlesque, and of course, the U. S. election. All that and much, much more!
The days are getting shorter and life may be slowing down, but the stories never stop. Our latest Midweek podcasts bring you stories about the U.S. elections, Ottawa real estate, Nigerian police violence, exercising, dog adoptions, and how a near-death experience can teach important lessons. All that and much more!
Our usual live Wednesday shows have been replaced with podcasts during the pandemic, but the great news is that we’re also back on CKCU-FM: Thursday mornings, from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. as part of the station’s Special Blend morning shows. That weekly almost-one-hour show will be a compilation of the three weekly podcasts.