RTOERO members share the podcasts they listen to

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Hockey podcasts and Freakonomics.

—Alain Dube (District 27 Ottawa-Carleton)

A few: curling, current hot topics, personal development.

—Audrey Krotz (District 9 Huron-Perth)

TED Talks, Radiolab, Hidden Brain, The Moth, Learning and Laughter.

—Barbara Lazier (District 13 Hamilton-Wentworth, Haldimand)

Alan Alda, Clear+Vivid; Peter Mansbridge, The Bridge; Kate Graham, No Second Chances; Malcolm Gladwell, Revisionist History; Dr. Christopher Labos, The Body of Evidence; Adam Grant, WorkLife.

—Bonnie McEachern (District 31 Wellington)

Crime Weekly. A deep dive into true crime that is always fascinating and educational.

—Brenda Moen (District 11 Waterloo Region)

We enjoy podcasts on road trips. Crime and mysteries like Listening In.

—Cameron Fraser (District 15 Halton)

Secret Life of Canada. The Village. Other CBC podcasts.

—Claude Arcand (District 34 York Region)

New York TimesThe Daily, CBC podcasts like Kuper Island, Canadaland, Globe and Mail’s The Decibel.

—Craig Hawryshyn (District 47 Vancouver Island)

Freakonomics, Science Vs, Quirks & Quarks, The Daily. Podcasts are great for walks, riding and car trips.

—Dwight Stead (District 14 Niagara)

Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History. He presents in an interesting way stories forgotten or overlooked.

—Elizabeth Elefteros (District 8 London, Middlesex)

Body Stuff, Armchair Expert, Last Day,  A Slight Change of Plans, Ten Percent Happier, Getting Curious with Jonathan Van Ness, Renegades, The Happiness Lab.

—Elizabeth Dean (District 27 Ottawa-Carleton)

My Favorite Murder.

—Glenn Silver (District 7 Windsor-Essex)

Duolingo, Writers and Co., Rumble, Munk Debates, The Book Review, Tapestry,  Ideas and lots more on CBC Radio.

—Heather Donaldson (District 39 Peel)

It’s like reading while I drive or walk! My current fave is Someone Knows Something by David Ridgen. All about cold cases.

—Janet Black (District 15 Halton)

White Coat, Black Art; The Dose; The Gritty Nurse; Sickboy; Seat at the Table; Finding Cleo; Someone Knows Something; One Minute Norwegian; One Minute Irish; Irish Mythology; The Troubles; Irish History; We, The Irish.

—Joanne McBay (District 23 North York)

The Big Story because it’s Canadian and informative.

—Laura Roberts (Actively employed member)

Alan Cross, Ongoing History of New Music.

—Liz Albrecht-Bisset (Actively employed member)

The Tennis Podcast
, The Rest Is History, Political Gabfest, Pod Save the World, FiveThirtyEight.

—Angela Redish (District 42 Mainland British Columbia)

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