Posts Tagged ‘Podcast’

Fact is scarier than fiction

A woman takes a hike in the woods and is never seen again. A patient at a psychiatric hospital is killed by his roommate’s because they are annoyed by his snoring. A famous poet claims to see his doppelganger, and soon after, dies at sea. These stories are among the many frightening, but true tales…

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Sickboy documentary shows the darker side of hilarious podcast

Gut-busting podcast turns gut-retching in documentary airing tonight on CBC-TV at 9 p.m. Documentary Sickboy (2017) follows Jeremie Saunders, a 29-year-old living with Cystic Fibrosis – a fatal chronic condition – and friends Brian Stever and Taylor MacGillivary, co-creators of the podcast Sickboy. Through hilarious discussion, the trio de-stigmatizes what it is like living with daily…

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What’s hip about “Mogul” the podcast

Mogul podcast is a six-part podcast about a guy you’ve never heard of who’s responsible for a lot of the names in hip hop that you’ve heard of. In Mogul, Reggie Ossé, also known as “Combat Jack,” explores the life and times of Chris Lighty who died by a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 2012. Lighty…

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Dal Gazette Podcast: Last one

We got a little self-indulgent and reflected on the 149th year of the Gazette. It may seem selfish, but it’s been a kickass year for the Gazette: an awesome staff, more reach than ever and expanding online presence. So appreciate yo’self and listen to what it’s like to work at the Gazette. Host: Jennifer Lee…

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Dalhousie Gazette Podcast: New year, same me?

It’s an awkward time of year: 2017 is trying to be better than 2016, you might be picking your first off-campus house for next year, and you’re getting used to new classes (or continuing to die in year-long ones). Jen and Sabina get #raw about the legitimacy of New Years resolution and then give unsolicited…

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Dalhousie Gazette Podcast: Fourth-year roundtable

Welcome to the first-ever Dalhousie Gazette Podcast! If you can think of a better name for the podcast, let us know and we will buy you a chocolate bar. Jennifer Lee spoke with Maddie Johnson, Matt Stickland and Tessa Williams about the impending doom/excitement of graduation. With three different areas of studies and backgrounds, our three…

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Bringing the city to life

She jumped. She jumped with a white hunk of plaster and gauze on her foot, which bound her like a shackle, even though she was stuck in her own home. Dalhousie masters of planning student Danielle Davis jumped for opportunity. “I was stuck,” says Davis. “Interviewing people helped me reach out when I felt really…

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