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.
Your kids might look to you for all the answers, but you’re probably struggling with your own questions. How do I survive the postpartum period? How do I raise good humans when I’m just trying to survive? How do I cope with the load of motherhood? No matter what “type” of mom you are, becoming a mother is a journey—one that doesn’t always feel like a straight line.
On the Happy as a Mother Podcast, host and psychotherapist Erica Djossa teaches strategies to help you cope with the psychological and emotional load of motherhood. Your metamorphosis into motherhood might not look “perfect.” It’s full of mess, chaos, and frustration. But with expert advice, practical tips, self-love, and coping skills, you can become the mother you want to be. Erica shares the best kept secrets of the therapy world and interviews other professionals (psychologists, pediatricians, psychiatrists, fertility specialists, lactation consultants, and more!) who provide their expertise to empower you on your motherhood journey.
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.
Every year, thousands of people in Ontario are reported missing and dozens end up being victims of homicide. While most missing people are eventually found, and many murders are solved, some are not. CityNews reporters Fil Martino and Madison Fitzpatrick take a closer look at the cold cases that refuse to crack. Hear from victims’ friends and family and the detectives who spend years searching for answers.
The ultimate podcast for dog lovers, How 2 Dog is here to answer everything you’ve ever wanted to know about our four-legged friends. Each week host and world-renowned animal expert Sherri Davis (from Hudson & Rex) draws on illuminating conversations with fellow experts and her own vast experience to get to the bottom of our listeners’ canine questions. Call our hotline to ask your question at 1-833-HOW-2-DOG.
Tara Jean Stevens grew up in a bizarre spiritual movement in Prince Rupert, British Columbia. As a teen, she had doubts about the claims of supernatural activity in her childhood church, but it took years to divulge fact from fiction. Today, she’s what they call a backslider; living free from religion and helping others navigate their own faith journeys.
This investigative series explores the world of Pentecostal and charismatic Christians, one season at a time. In season three, Tara Jean follows the Pentecostal spirit of revival to Nashville, Tennessee where a once thriving church is up in flames and a mutilated body is found inside. In season two, she examines the questionable teachings of Bethel Church, in Redding, California. In season one, Tara Jean seeks to understand the strange behaviour of worshippers in the “Toronto Blessing” movement.
Each season of Island Crime focuses on one crime story based on Vancouver Island. Season 4: ‘Finding Amber’ follows the case of a Port Alberni woman who disappeared on July 8, 2022.
Season 3: ‘Missing Michael’ is the story of Michael Dunahee, a little boy from Victoria, BC, who vanished from a playground in 1991 at the age of 4. Season 2: ‘Gone Boys’ follows the mystery of men who have gone missing in recent years on Vancouver Island. Season 1: ‘Where is Lisa?’ digs into the disappearance of 21-year-old Lisa Marie Young.
In 1969, the last home in the black community of Africville was flattened. The bulldozer was hired by a city that had schemed to claim this valuable land for generations.
In this 5 part series, we tell the story of this unique and beautiful place. Born out of adversity, it thrived as a safe haven for people of African descent in Canada.
If you care about racism, displaced peoples and social justice, then you need to know the story of Africville Forever.
Hosted by Eddy Carvery III & Alfred Burgesson. A Podstarter production for Frequency Podcast Network.
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.
Adulting isn’t easy, but we got you. Teach Me How To Adult is a smart, unfiltered podcast on everything you never learned growing up, from crushing your career and love life to balancing budgets and wellness. Tune in as hosts Cailyn and Gillian chat with experts and hustlers who serve up #realtalk and actionable tips on navigating adulthood like a boss. They’re diving deep on everything: Investing! Career advice! Taxes! Homeownership! Relationship goals! Mental health! Fitness! Folding a fitted sheet!? Trying to kill it at this whole adult thing? Follow along as we figure it out together.
Celebrity gossip is fun, but it can also be educational. The Reheat takes the biggest pop culture stories of yester-year and re-examines them through the lens of today. With wit, research, and tons of intersectional feminist critiques, hosts Sadaf Ahsan and Sarah Sahagian will blow your mind with their analysis of all the vintage celebrity scandals you remember, and some you don’t. From revisiting Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s divorce to The House of Gucci Murders, and a restorative reading of The Kardashians, Sadaf and Sarah will challenge your pop culture worldview! Basically, The Reheat is what would happen if a Gender Studies Class and your favourite gossip blog had a baby…
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.
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.
A couple of guys who barely graduated high school, talking about the intricacies of daily life. If you like hearing people talk in detail about things like… the best apple, boxes, and wigs, then this is the podcast for you.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Looking to evolve the dialogue beyond the headlines, #CitylineReal is creating a space for tough conversations. In #CitylineReal on Race, host Tracy Moore tackles important discussions on race and inequality in Canadian society. Season two returns with #CitylineReal on Pride, focusing on 2SLGBTQI+ topics and going beyond the binary to explore issues of identity, discrimination, and the many intersections of queer culture.
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 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.