Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

  • 00:29

    Ariel Tweto - Actress, Writer, Producer & Former Star of Flying Wild Alaska

    in Entertainment

    Ariel Tweto is an actress, writer, producer and is currently working on a number of projects including a new Realty TV Show as well as her own cartoon.  She is also involved in multiple projects relating to suicide prevention in Alaska.

    Ariel is best known for Flying Wild Alaska (2011), The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (2005) and Native Shorts Presented by Sundance Institute's Native American and Indigenous Program (2013).

    Ariel is also the president and a founder of non-for-profit: Popping Bubbles. Popping Bubbles came about after an interview Ariel had with CBC Radio where she discussed suicide prevention and said, "We all live in little bubbles (never leaving the village, hanging out with only certain people, not trying a new food, not being open to different ethnicities, religions, ways of life, etc.)  ...so I want to go around and pop them!"




  • 00:58

    Tomorrow Will Be Televised Spotless/Stephanie Bennett Episode

    in Television

    The program all about TV. Our guests: Ed McCardie, co-creator of Spotless, Esquire Network's first scripted series, launching November 14, and actress Stephanie Bennett, co-star of The Romeo Section on CBC and recurring guest on Shadowhunters, ABC Family's upcoming fantasy drama based on the best-sellilng novels (debuts January 12).

  • 00:40

    Interview with Tim Hicks

    in Country Music

    Country artist Tim Hicks begins his Get A Little Crazy Tour on November 1st in Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. Joining him on the tour will be country acts Jason Benoit and Cold Creek County.

    Tim's hits include Get By, Here Comes The Thunder, Stronger Beer, So Do I, She Don't Drink Whiskey Anymore & Young, Alive And In Love.

    He received high praise for his performance of Young, Alive And In Love on the 2015 CCMA Awards Show broadcast on CBC in September 2015.

    He won the award for Male Artist of the Year and Album of the Year at the 2015 Country Music Association of Ontario awards.

    Tim just released 5:01 + which features 4 brand new songs not available on his album 5:01. Check it out now at iTunes!

    Get to know this talented Ontario Country artist on this episode of In The Country with Dave Woods.

  • 01:10

    Dollar Bin Horror Radio:Episode 143-Nightfall

    in Entertainment

    It's terror from north of the border on this episode as Eric and Rhonda present two episodes of the terrifying CBC radio drama Nightfall. Plus, we break down the season premiere of The Walking Dead and the new episode of Supernatural.

  • 00:56

    Morning Moments With Maia; Jason Goldsmith on Autism and Dynamic Communication

    in Education

    Maia Aziz P.S.W., C.L.Y.L., writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. President-Elect of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia is joined each week on Morning Moments With Maia...Conversations of Love and Laughter by an eclectic lineup of guests who live their lives with love and laughter and work to help others do the same.


    Jason Goldsmith is an industrial designer and communication artist who founded the company The Big Blue Hug in 2006 to share his story of fatherhood to autism advocate. Having developed the creative communication methodology, Picture Talking, as a means of unlocking his relationship with his son, Jason now gives regular trainings on language stimulation in schools, developmental centres and universities and is considered a leading autism advocate whose work has received national and local media attention through interviews with CBC (Montrealer of the week), CJAD (Tommy Schnurmacher), and CTV.  Jason Goldsmith received an award for his contribution to the Montreal autism community from the Montreal Autism Awareness Gala 2011 and The Big Blue Hug has been awarded Le Concours québécois en entrepreneuriat 2007, Montreal West. Today Jason joins Maia to share a conversation about his own journey to autism advocacy and how art can at once connect and inspire.


  • The Decoding Society

    in Politics

    Brown Bagging on the Corner about The Decoding Society's Wish List for and from the Congressional Black Caucus. Can the Black political elites transform and translate their access to activism for African American constituents? 1:30p EST 347-857-1436


  • 00:31

    The ORACLE Speaks With ... YOU!

    in Spirituality

    NO LIVE CALLS TODAY SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. I will be in D.C. for the CBC and broadcasting live. Tune in to listen, I will know you are there.... ORACLE "all-ways remember to love yourself"


    This year's Keynote Speaker is Mr. President Barack Husein Obama.


    This week's Theme: from The ORACLE Cards: Life is as good as you choose it to be. Understand and overstand that your choices are tied to your sensual self. Do not settle, instead accept that even a baby falls to learn to run. Get up and choose you.


    I will be performing AT THE WISHING WELL, live. (Submitted to the Innauguration Committee, 2012.) Tune in Sunday, September 20, 2015 1 PM PST


    © “At The Wishing Well” November 21, 2012 Denise L. Cook, The ORACLE | Owner/Operator ORACLE Publishing 323-962-1372 theoracle.cook@gmail.com

  • 00:31

    The ORACLE Speaks With ... YOU!

    in Spirituality

    Hello there. I am so excited. My Cousin Ambassador Diane E. Watson asked me to attend the 45th Annual Conference of the congressional Black Congress this coming week. On Tuesday, I will be in Washington, D.C. What a joy life is. I'll be talking about the CBC and more....


    This week's Them, brought to you from the ORACLE Cards:

    Self Gratification is a universal concept. Our innate selves require that we satisfy ourselves in ways no other can. Touch yourself as you would have another touch you. Be gentle, firm, forgiving and complete.


    Please call in to 805-285-9772 to speak with The ORACLE. Share your story, poem, song. This show is for YOU!



    "all-ways remember to love yourself"



  • 02:14

    TVUH presents "Election Day in Canada - The Rise of Voter Suppression"

    in Politics

    "Election Day in Canada - The Rise of Voter Suppression" opens on the route Stephen Harper walked to work less than 24 hours after the CPC election win on May 2, 2011. He never walks to work but on this day the re-elected Prime Minister of Canada, who 36 days earlier fell on contempt of Parliament, revels in his first "majority" government. In less than 2 weeks Elections Canada investigators will be on the ground in Guelph, Ontario investigating a voter suppression scheme that will result in a national outcry, spark court actions, shake the country's confidence in its electoral system, and government.

    This film examines the history and dramatic rise of voter suppression in Canada beginning in 2006 and how Elections Canada was blindsided from the CPC government's "Accountability Act" to the first record of "robocalls" during the 2008 Federal election. Other red flags in the lead up to 2011 were the 2010 Vaughan byelection, followed by the 41st General Election, the aftermath, Council of Canadians court trials, the Michael Sona trial and the scrapped "robocalls" investigation. RackNine, Matt Meier, claims of ignorance from candidates and the "Fair Elections Act" figures in as the film moves through the timeline and travels from Prince Edward Island to Whitehorse.

    Peter Smoczynski is a Montreal born, trained and working filmmaker; journalist, researcher, field producer, CBC national news, current affairs, sports and short docs; Los Angeles trained and working screen writer. "I’ve cooked meals for my crews, conducted interviews in penthouses and boxcars, and had cabinet ministers slam the door in my face. It really is a crazy profession. I wouldn’t have it any other way."

    Help this film get completed!  http://www.gofundme.com/EDayFilm

  • 00:41

    Tom Cunningham interviews Jessica Dumas Certified Coaches Federation

    in Self Help

    MWR Life Inspiration Ambassador & Napoleon Hill Foundation Certified Instructor, Tom Cunningham (too tall) interviews Jessica Dumas.

    Jessica is the owner and founder of Prime Image Life Coaching. Her passion in personal and professional development coaching is to motivate others to reach their higher potential through natural gifts and personal vision. Her wisdom has been gained in overcoming the hardship and tragedy she has experienced in her own life and in turn, chooses to advocate and promote the understanding of the current and historical matters of the Aboriginal community. She is a professional and powerful role model.

    Jessica demonstrates all qualities of great leadership. She is currently serving as Chair of the Aboriginal Chamber of Commerce. She commits her time to membership in committees that promote success, sustainability and innovation such as the Winnipeg Chamber’s Human Resource Leadership Council, Excellence in Aboriginal Business Leadership Award Selection Committee, the CentrePort Advisory Committee and most recently the Mayors Indigenous Advisory Circle. Jessica was also a finalist in the CBC’s Top 40 Manitoban’s under 40 making an impact through professional contributions in the community. She is the mother of three boys, Ethan, James and Rylan.


  • 01:00

    Therapist- Cult Deprogrammer Expert -Rachel Bernstein

    in Self Help

    Rachel Bernstein is an Educator and a Marriage, Family and Child Therapist. She has a private practice in Encino, CA.


    While continually meeting with clients who present a variety of concerns and issues, Rachel has simultaneously been working for the past 24 years with people affected by cults.


    Rachel Bernstein has been the Coordinator and Psychotherapist at the Cult Clinic of Los Angeles (now closed), and the Therapist and Community Education Coordinator at the Cult Hotline and Clinic of the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services in New York.


    She has trained former cult-members, and families who have lost a loved one to a cult, to go out and speak about their experiences. She has run support groups for former cult-members and groups for the loved ones of current cult-members.


    Rachel is on the Clinical Board of the International Cultic Studies Association, is an Editorial Advisor for the Cultic Studies Journal, and a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.


    Rachel has spoken at many cult-related and human rights conferences, and has been interviewed in newspapers, magazines, on local radio, as well as BBC News and Japanese radio. Rachel has appeared on ABC News, CBS News, NBC News, Dateline NBC, Fox News, and CBC News in Canada. She most recently appeared on the National Geographic Channel and on Larry King Live. 

    Rachel Bernstein, MSEd, LMFT



    In April of 2008, Rachel was asked by the Family Protective Services of Austin TX to help with the children who had been taken from the Yearning for Zion polygamous compound. She offered techniques to help the case workers more successfully engage with these children, and help them learn they don’t have to be afraid of the world outside the compound.