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Farewell to CHOM FM last May, morning host Terry DiMonte presented his devoted listeners with one of the most moving moments in Montreal radio history; won’t be able to listen anymore Today, I say hello to life, Harmonium, without covering our eyes with a damp veil. Retirement will be short-lived for the presenter, who reconnected with former colleague Ted Bird on the podcast’s microphone in September. on hold. If live radio is like a cable theater, as Terry explained earlier, the joy of listening to them in this new format comes from complete relaxation as they discuss their rich careers and visions of the metropolis. Love. The duo recently kicked off its second season featuring Marc Cassivi.
Few athletes have negotiated their transition from the competitive world to the media world with as much grace as Roseline Filion, who uses her experience as an athlete every morning at the ICI Première to shine a light on sports news for Patrick Masbourian. The Rio Olympics medalist was the perfect candidate to join journalist Geneviève Tardif. Sport, stop!A series of debates that took women’s sport as a starting point, but quickly crossed its borders. Each episode pairs a top athlete (like Maxime Dufour-Lapointe) with someone from another circle (like Longueuil mayor Catherine Fournier) for a period of time to discuss topics like ambition, body image or personal marketing. A video version of the podcast is also available on ICI Tou.tv.
Just as he was about to decide that their podcast concept was a fantasy, Frédéric Barbusci and Antoine Vézina stepped forward. When they became roommates, the players had fun testing each other’s knowledge each time they passed the world map lining the corridor wall: What is the capital of Kyrgyzstan? Gambia’s? From Eritrea? (Answers: Bishkek, Banjul, and Asmara.) To make you memorize the names of the capitals of 195 countries on the planet, friends today offer all the mnemonic tricks (often weird) that help them strengthen their power. their memory. Each of the twelve-minute episodes also reminds us that these two are not the stars of the improv tracks for nothing. If there is a show you will be ready all for one one day he gets the antenna. Find Mnemo Available only on iHeartRadio platforms.
Prescriptions with Dr Fred Lambert
Is Fred Lambert a real doctor? Sure, but not the kind that heals body and mind booboos. Although… as a violist in the Molinari Quartet, the McGill University music doctorate holder has undoubtedly eased the ills of many music lovers. As for Bartók, a cultural omnivore, musician, and columnist as savvy as he is about American humor, he was often heard on the defunct show. medium wide She continues to break down the barriers between high culture and popular culture in this new series of in-depth interviews with artists like pianist Charles Richard-Hamelin and choreographer Mélanie Demers. Each conversation ends with a ping-pong of total cultural advice—the title’s famous prescriptions—between the dogged doctor and his guest. The listed side effects include sharp intellectual pleasure and enlargement of your curiosity gland.
Joseph-Armand Bombardier, beyond the inventor
Born in 1907, the eldest of ten children, Joseph-Armand Bombardier had a mania for dismantling his father’s car at an early age! Worried about the various risks posed by such entertainment, his father one day offered him an old broken engine, hoping to satisfy his son’s instincts for patenting. She had never thought that the young man would get her in shape so quickly. This is one of many anecdotes in this four-part series that examines the private and public aspects of the snowmobile inventor’s journey. Created by the Musée de l’ingéniosité J. Armand Bombardier, this podcast is a tribute to human power, with fascinating excerpts from stories told by historians, archives and testimonies collected from the most famous Valcourtois’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren. to beings to invent things that still defy understanding, to those who sleep in everyone to invent their own life.