Welcome to the Frequency Podcast Network. We’re Canadian. We make podcasts. We’re a curious little collection of different voices and subjects, but we’re all in love with honest conversation and deep storytelling. And we’re just getting started. Have a listen below, and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts.
Island Crime is a True Crime podcast for listeners who love in-depth, victim focused story telling. Veteran journalist Laura Palmer weaves compassion for families into an exploration that digs deep into the circumstances surrounding a case. In Season 1: ‘Where is Lisa?’ Laura examines 21 year old Lisa Marie Young’s disappearance. Lisa got into a red jaguar with the grandson of a prominent realtor and was never seen again. The series focuses on the tragic real-life tale behind an urban legend haunting a small island community.
Get caught up on the highlights of the Pepper & Dylan Show and take a deeper dive into the funny, random, and sometimes crazy thoughts of Pepper, Dylan, and Robbie the Intern on the Pepper & Dylan podcast. If they had longer hair, this is where they’d let those flowing locks down and get away with the things they may not be able to say on morning radio.
Possibilities is a weekly show dedicated to giving listeners the tools they need to harness their mindset and lead healthier and happier lives. Hosted by success coach and registered psychotherapist, Hina Khan.
Canadian media icon Jeanne Beker changed the face of fashion reporting with the internationally acclaimed Fashion Television. For almost three decades, Jeanne took us behind the scenes of the world’s most famous runways. Now, she’s giving listeners insider access to fashion’s top designers, trend-setters and most fabulous players. Join Jeanne and her guests as they tell their stories, examine the true meaning of style and discuss some of the hottest topics disrupting a trillion dollar business.
Toronto is a multicultural hotspot. But the diversity that makes the city special isn’t often reflected in the stories we hear and the discussions we have. Black Tea will change that. Dalton Higgins and Melayna Williams are here to bring important and uncomfortable Black community conversations out in the open, and to have some laughs while doing it.
The news cycle never stops anymore. But The Big Story slows it down for you, gives you proper context, and laughs at it when that’s all you can do. Jordan Heath-Rawlings has been wading through the news for 15 years, and he knows how confusing, painful, terrifying and ridiculous it can be—sometimes all in the same story. Every weekday morning he’ll serve up an in-depth conversation on a story that matters to Canadians with some of the country’s best journalists and thinkers.
On January 20th, 1994, strange things started happening at a small Christian church in Toronto, Canada. Worshipers found themselves laughing, shaking, falling, rolling around on the ground. That was only the beginning. How did the church suddenly become one of Toronto’s ‘Top Tourist Attractions’? Was something supernatural truly happening? Did gold teeth miraculously appear in people’s mouths? Tara Jean Stevens was a teenager when this bizarre movement spread from Toronto to her childhood church on the other side of the country. More than 25 years later, join Tara Jean as she explores what really happened – on this examination of divine intervention.
In 2010 Rob Ford ran for Mayor in Toronto. To much of the city, his campaign was laughable: full of embarrassing scandals, anti-immigrant sentiment and declarations of war on ‘elites’. But he won.
Then came the drinking, the drugs, the police investigations. It was a dark crime drama that most of the world only caught a glimpse of. And even during the worst of it, much of the city loved him.
Does that sound familiar? It should. His rise to power revealed how politics and media were changing. And his legacy lives on in governments around the world today.
Creating a new space to advance the conversation of race relations in Canada, Cityline is launching a limited digital series, #CitylineReal on Race. Each episode, host Tracy Moore tackles important discussions on race and inequality in Canadian society, with a variety of guests and the goal of bringing about impactful change. Looking to evolve the dialogue beyond the headlines, #CitylineReal on Race engages a new panel of passionate thought-leaders each episode to delve into specific topics related to racism.
The extraordinary stories of six ordinary heroes who made history, from the spy who saved D-Day to the greatest whistleblower of all time. One person can change the world. Here’s how.
The Safe Haven provides a space for real, raw, emotional, and vulnerable conversations. Each episode brings personal stories about the lights and darks, highs and lows of life in a judgement-free zone.
The last honest, 3x award winning, record setting, world famous Chris Biggs, Jason Barr, & Pastey Jamie invite you in for a listen. Three husky humble fellas who are probably less offensive than you might think… Maybe.
Hot Plate uncovers surprising discoveries and insights into food and drink. Our contemporary food culture critics, Mirella and Joshna, help you build a stronger relationship with what you eat.
Evanka Osmak hosts a national sports show late at night, and Melanie Ng is a reporter on a morning show at the crack of dawn. They’re both moms and they’re both…busy. And tired. Each week, they meet in the middle of the day to talk parenting. Tune in for their stories about the good and the bad, advice from experts and honest discussion. Whether you’re a working mom, a stay-at-home dad, mom of many or one, aunt of some, godfather of lots—it’s hard! It helps to know you’re not alone.
From food and banking to masculinity and entertainment, the business and cultural establishment faces an insurgency. The rebels want nothing to do with the old ways of selling, building, or doing things. It’s not just disruption. It’s a coup.
Host and marketing expert Ron Tite brings listeners inside the industries fighting for their futures. He speaks with the executives in power, the entrepreneurs challenging their dominance, and the academics and journalists watching the revolution. By the time we’re done, you’ll know who’s in, who’s out and where the rest of us stand because of it.
Produced by Church+State for Rogers’ Frequency Podcast Network.
The world needs visionaries…teachers…leaders. But the world also needs these guys: Garner Andrews. Bryce Kelley. Hosts of The Lawn Chair Prophets. A podcast for all of the lands. Behold as they discuss the minutia of everyday life from the comfort of some woven fabric, folding lawn chairs. What’s the pettiest thing you’ve been dumped for? How weird is that weirdo you work with? All will be answered on The Lawn Chair Prophets.
SOMEONE ELSE’S MOVIE is just what it says on the label: Each week, an actor, director, screenwriter, critic or industry observer will discuss a film that he or she admires, but had no hand in making. Hosted as genially as possible by Norm Wilner.
Hilary Welch and Sandra Plagakis attempt to navigate the world of sex and relationships, but they’ll be the first to admit they still haven’t figured it out, either. Not even remotely. So every week, they’ll invite guests to share their unique and compelling stories from the world of love and lust. Expect a lot of laughs, and some very real conversations about the connections that are so important in our lives.
Canada’s favourite radio show is The Roz & Mocha Show. It’s your go-to show for entertainment and pop culture exclusives. If you don’t hear it on The Roz & Mocha Show, you won’t hear it anywhere else.
The Roz & Mocha show is powered by Air Transat.
This is not a podcast about where you’re going, but about how you get there. You probably know Maureen Holloway as co-host of Canada’s #1 morning show, 98.1 CHFI. What you don’t know is that when she’s not on-air, she’s travelling. From Portugal to the Poconos, Mo has been nearly everywhere, and she knows all the tips and tricks that will make your trip the best it can be.
Canada is the second country in the world to legalize pot, and the details are still hazy. For the past two years, we’ve wondered what would actually change when the day arrived. Now that it has, we’ll start getting you answers on everything from buying and selling to culture, enforcement and tourism. Join CityNews reporter Shauna Hunt as she explores the highs and the lows of legalization.