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  • Beguilded, Indeed
    Movie + 2 extras

    Beguilded, Indeed

    Movie + 2 extras

    Part conversation, part reading, part audience confessional, this hour (any hour) with the extraordinarily creative Zsuzsi Gartner is guaranteed to quickly dissolve our expectations. Her aptly named new book The Beguiling has fans eager to connect, from Vancouver to Ireland and Lithuania to Austr...

  • Ricardo's Sheet Pan Magic

    Movie + 2 extras

    It’s the kitchen party we all need now: Chef Ricardo Larrivée and celebrity food writer Julie Van Rosendaal dish out friendship, laughter, and love of food centered on the chef’s irresistible new cookbook Sheet Pan Everything.

  • Great Big Heart
    Movie + 2 extras

    Great Big Heart

    Movie + 2 extras

    From his love of Anne Murray to what he learned cutting out cod tongues, there is no topic that singer, songwriter, and bestselling author Alan Doyle cannot spin into utterly charming conversation.

  • Pain, Big Pharma & the Sacklers

    Movie + 2 extras

    A master of narrative reporting, Patrick Radden Keefe traces the roots of the opioid crisis through the remorseless Sackler family, then broadens his lens in the extraordinarily compelling Empire of Pain to capture the shocking supporting roles played by pharmaceutical sales and advertising, gove...

  • Motherhood & Righteous Anger

    Movie + 1 extra

    Ashley Bristowe’s son was born with a rare genetic disease and deemed unable to walk or talk. The author's determination to smash through the bureaucracy that would seal her son’s fate as profoundly disabled is an astonishing act of love, and made for a raw, passionate conversation about the brea...

  • This is Leonard Cohen

    Movie + 1 extra

    In sixty-thousand words, 530 interviews and three volumes, author Michael Posner proves he was Leonard Cohen most ardent observer. The extraordinarily talented biographer of Leonard Cohen: Untold Stories gives us new perspectives one of the world's greatest music and literary icons.

  • Nature, Nurture, or Both?

    Movie

    In Hidden Valley Road, award-winning journalist Robert Kolker tells the heartrending story of how an all-American family with a dozen children, six of whom were diagnosed with schizophrenia, became science’s greatest hope in understanding and treating the disease. An Oprah pick and named one of t...

  • We are Not Doomed
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    We are Not Doomed

    Movie + 1 extra

    With unflinching honesty, scientist Thomas Homer-Dixon calls on our collective need to understand ourselves and our views more keenly if we are to map out a better world. From stemming “social earthquakes” to re-thinking our hero stories, his potential solutions are sobering, practical, and deepl...

  • Crossing All the Boundaries

    Movie

    Words, music, and a spectacular emerald-green evening romper: The Subtweet has it all. An intimate hour with the author, musician and performance artist (How to Fail as a Pop Star) Vivek Shraya encompasses social media vulnerability, female friendships, and the limitations of judging a book by it...

  • Yes, She Wrote It Before COVID

    Movie

    Irish-Canadian writer Emma Donoghue shares the stories behind her brilliant, timely, instant No. 1 bestseller The Pull of Our Stars, which depicts a claustrophobic maternity ward and the women who did extraordinary things there during the 1918 pandemic.

  • Friends & Enemies in High Places

    Movie + 1 extra

    Barbara Amiel writes about culturally significant times and places with an almost masochistic compulsion for self-revelation. When it comes to presenting the rich and powerful — on paper and, here, in conversation — her discerning eye and razor wit make for a thrilling ride.

  • What the World Needs Now

    Movie + 4 extras

    Métis writer and activist Cherie Dimaline and Maria Campbell, the renowned Métis author of Halfbreed, move us to tears, laughter, and inspiration to live with intention and compassion.

  • Stardust Dreams
    Movie + 1 extra

    Stardust Dreams

    Movie + 1 extra

    With infectious enthusiasm and encyclopedic knowledge, Glenn Dixon shares the stories behind his fourth book (and his first novel), set in 1974. It’s a joyful romp and a poignant tribute to failure, courage, and Abbey Road.

  • Falastin: Food, Family & Culture

    Movie

    How chopped salad, smacked cucumbers, and shared plates tell the true story about the people and history of Palestine. Ottolenghi’s head chef Sami Tamimi and co-author Tara Wigley discuss the connections between Falastin's food and identity, land, place, and history, while whetting our appetites ...

  • Hilary Rodham Sans Clinton

    Movie

    Curtis Sittenfeld on the compromises of women in politics, the heights Hilary Rodham might have achieved had she never married Bill Clinton, and why she likes rewriting history. A lively conversation about fan-fiction, first ladies, and feminism.

  • From Dark Matter to Infinity

    Movie

    Astrophysicists Katie Mack and Sara Seager explore the possibility of discovering life on another planet (an exoplanet to be precise) and how the universe — yes, the entire cosmos, known and unknown — might end. Visit strange new worlds with these fascinating authors.

  • We Heart St. John’s
    Movie + 2 extras

    We Heart St. John’s

    Movie + 2 extras

    With generosity, humour, and writerly insight that makes us want to watch the world go by from a George Street pub, Eva Crocker and Michael Crummey talk family, music, and the limits of leaning on the people we love.

  • Eat, Write, Love

    Movie

    With courage, curiosity and joie de vivre, Lawrence Hill and Zalika Reid-Benta connect over comfort food, supernatural creatures, and how to stay calm when the world is falling apart around you.

  • Pilot Episode: Jeff VanderMeer

    Movie

    Our first guest in Imagine On Air's sparky new series Big Generous Brains, the author of Hummingbird Salamander, Annihilation, and Borne gives us unique insights into his creative mind — a wild, wildly intelligent place with a birdsong soundtrack.

  • A Generous Pour

    Movie

    The youngest sommelier at a Michelin-starred restaurant tells all. “When there isn’t diversity at the table, innovation can’t really occur.” The restorative and life-changing effects of good wine and hospitality. Triumphing over trauma. The Magnum Approach. And Victoria James' wine recommendations!

  • What Scares Kathy Reichs

    Movie

    Launching A Conspiracy of Bones at the start of the pandemic, Kathy Reichs shares what scares her. The prolific, bestselling crime writer on the return of everyone’s favourite forensic anthropologist Temperance Brennan. Publishing your first book over forty. Using the dark web for research. Pet d...

  • Black Like Me: Eternity Martis & Tessa McWatt

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    Discovering who you are and where you belong are at the heart of each of these writers' bracing and brilliant memoirs. A conversation about multi-racial identity, battling stereotypes, and finding community.

  • Twistiest Thrillingest Trio

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    Harding, Nugent and Ware: Three borderless and boundless bestselling authors of contemporary crime fiction — all with thrilling new releases — share what sparks their twistiest ideas, how they gather unfolding inspiration and follow their instincts, and what they're loving to read right now.

  • Alberta (Writers) Bound for Big Things

    Movie

    Wayne Arthurson is a seasoned novelist and non-fiction writer. Ian Kinney is a poet new to the publishing game. A lively discussion with two Alberta Book Award winners about inspiration, the importance of structure to the writing process, and the rhythm of a red Chesterfield.