This week’s podcast airs professional baker and amateur grappler Martha’s memories of starting university. Then we bemoan the constant of cat-calling, and think about evo psych: who hates it, who loves it, and why.
Are police officers more society’s oppressors, or helpers? Then, your odds of getting elected if you’re an atheist. And an ode to anarchy in Toronto: is there more to the movement than contrarianism?
This week, Anything Anything Anything host/producers join Paul, Dave, and Steve of Sunday Afternoon Baseball with Paul and Dave. Recorded over a three-hour Jays game and edited down to an assortment of comedy and sports gold, this episode delivers the baseball entertainment.
Memories of Ghandi Indian food, thoughts on why friendship is great, and mixed feelings on Toronto’s bar scene abound in this flavourful episode with guest Alex.
This week, Toronto Vegetarian Association podcast host Liam joins us to talk about mulloscs, PETA, lab meat, and that magical line between “appreciating beauty and being a dirty old man.”
Ian Brown’s Why men can’t — and shouldn’t — stop staring at women spurned our discussion about the importance of being discrete and respectful in our people-watching.
But more importantly, Liam is our first podhost-podguest! Subscribe to his volunteer-driven, animal-lovin’ Toronto Vegetarian Podcast.