If you feel you might be missing out on true romance and the great middle-class dream, left with nothing but your participation ribbons, hosts Oliver Pearson, James McPhee and Daniel Salas have a show for you.
Hosts Lindsay Graham and Madison Currie explore the enduring attraction of apparitions in the age of algorithms.
With the release of the Chat GPT late last year, AI went from the convenience of music algorithms to the usefulness of writing term papers and being a creative assistant.
Hosts Koan Walker-Titus and Calum MacDonald explore the fitness of a generation that spends its time in front of screens and its money on Skip the Dishes.
Hosts Miles Bergquist and Corey Kelly explore what advice seniors – the boomers and the Silent Generation – would give to Generation Z as they take baby steps into adulthood.
Hosts Giuliana Grillo de Lambarri and Camila Gomez explore the social, political and economic issues that have pushed democracy in their native land to the brink.
With the recent Health Canada recommendation that we limit our alcohol consumption to no more than two drinks week, hosts Simon Grant and Brandon Salick take a deep dive on whether students are getting the message, and explore why Generation Z is turning to non-alcohol alternatives that better agree with their mental health.
The End of the World… as we know it, but students graduating into this new reality don’t exactly feel fine. Hosts Jessica Gioccone and Guinevere Santaguida try to put The Ukraine, climate change and the pandemic in perspective for Generation Z.
With most of us hoping we’re on the off-ramp of this pandemic, hosts Rachel Laforge and Pierina Riva Robbiano take an audit: What did we end up losing, and what did we gain?
Alex Compton and Keaghan Keddy explore how young athletic prospects have been penalized with lost development, and how that frustration sometimes manifests itself with racism on the ice.
Hosts Guinevere Santaguida and Meelahn Scott-Weabury explore how new voices are reshaping the culture, commerce and cuisine of New Brunswick.
With the year of remote courses coming to an end, hosts Jayme Humphrey and Jessica Saulnier talk to students and professors to give it a final grade.
Hosts Juandie Correa and Zachary Russell explore how streaming and the pandemic have put the theatre-going experience on life-support.
Hosts Adriana Calvachi and Itza Mendoza explore how international students are contributing socially, culturally and economically to Fredericton’s future.
Hosts Dylan Kennedy and Declan Ryan explore the normalization of cannabis since legalization two years ago.
Since we can’t spend our March Break in Mexico let alone Truro, hosts Summer Arsenault and Peter Jewett give some advice on discovering the great outdoors close by.
Hosts Jasmine Gidney and Aaron Sousa explore whether Black Lives Matters and Indigenous right protests represent a real awakening or only a harbinger of growing racial intolerance.
Hosts Lars Schwarz and Morgan Bell search for the New Brunswick identity with the help of branding experts, dialect enthusiasts, conflict intervenors and the ghost of Richard Hatfield.
On today’s show we’re asking visual artists, musicians, writers what they’ve been doing with their time alone, and what came of it. And how a few of them managed to make a buck with this thing called social media.
Hosts Jessica Johnson and Hannah Rudderham explore how diminished economic opportunities and rising climate anxiety are widening the generation gap..
Ten surprising things about Latin American culture you never would have guessed: Dianna Chavez and Sofia Paura will give you an insiders look at everything from Telenovella, to plastic surgery to the sainthood of Selena.
Fiona Steele and Lizzie Polk talk to people who do non-gender conforming work to find out how far we’ve come and how far we still need to go when it comes to sexual equality.
From the clubhouse to Whitehouse, cheating is permeating every aspect of culture. What’s the cost of a win-at-any-cost approach to public and private life? Matthew Daigle and Garrett Moore explore.
Host Patty Saad looks at the people who make the Fredericton theatre scene a creative oasis for newcomers. And she plays some tunes she remembers hearing on her brother’s Walkman.