Midweek’s pandemic experience is featured in an article in the spring edition of the review of journalism published by students at the J-School at Ryerson University.
The end of our latest Midweek season! We get an inside look at long-term care realities and at the experiences of professional women who wear hijabs. We look at Great Lakes pollution, anxiety, online gaming community, transcontinental hiking, and much more!
Stories in this week’s three podcasts range from flying food into Arctic settlements to getting food for thought to theatre fans, from veterinarians under stress to helping the poorest just get by, and from protesting against COVID restrictions to the concerns of those who must work around those who don’t always take care. Plus pastries — and more!
Different sorts of arts fill this week’s Midweek podcasts — from drama, music, film and special-effects makeup to the art of dealing with others who have a problem with who and how you are. All that and much, much more!
This week we’ll range from pop-punk music in Ottawa, pass through cold-water swimming and dawn photography as ways of coping, and end up hearing about questionable ways to combat predators who may be stalking children and unquestionably brave and important work on behalf of those who’ve suffered sexual trauma during military service. All that and much more.
With spring on its way and this pandemic seeming on the wane, our latest Midweek podcasts turn to stories about students getting summer work, pilots getting back into the air, couples getting back together, and customers getting back into stores and eateries — plus lots more. Including knitting.