Catching Up With: Anne T. Donahue

“It’s been interesting to watch people kind of turn to comfort-watching, and their sources of comfort, and their sources of joy, as a type of security blanket,” says Anne T. Donohue. “Why did we stop? Why did we stop watching things that are comforting, or joyful? You have to have a little joy or a little bit of escape, otherwise you’ll just want to walk into the ocean — more than you already do!

Catching Up With: Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids' Dan Misener

Every week, we catch up with a Canadian podcaster and their podcast to talk about what’s new, their favourite podcast moments, and what’s still to come. This week: Dan Misener.

Dan hosts the award-winning Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids podcast and live event, where adults read their childhood writing of all kinds. He’s a former CBC Radio producer, and is now the Head of Audience Development at Pacific Content, a Canadian company that makes original podcasts with brands.

Catching Up With: The Big Loop's Paul Bae

Every week, we catch up with a Canadian podcaster and their podcast to talk about what’s new, their favourite podcast moments, and what’s still to come. This week: Paul Bae.

Paul co-created the popular fictional paranormal podcast The Black Tapes. He created, writes and produces The Big Loop, an anthology podcast series that tells “Stories of finite beings in an infinite universe.” He lives in Vancouver.

Catching Up With: Indian & Cowboy's Ryan McMahon

Every week, we catch up with a Canadian podcaster and their podcast to talk about what’s new, their favourite podcast moments, and what’s still to come. This week: Ryan McMahon.

Ryan makes the podcasts Red Man Laughing and Stories From The Land. He is also Chief Creative Producer at Indian & Cowboy, the world’s first Indigenous podcast network that is completely listener supported, and CEO of Makoons Media Group, an Indigenous media company focused on publishing on the internet.