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The Wander w/ Andrew Wilcox
49 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Stephen Jenkinson - Dark Roads/Rough Gods
In this episode, we talk again with Stephen Jenkinson, this time about his two new records "Dark Roads" and "Rough Gods". He's always so incredible to speak to. His words and his albums demand multiple listens to truly soak in everything he has to say.
43 minutes | Mar 19, 2020
Ruari Fairbairns - One Year No Beer
Changing your world starts with stepping out of what you know. On this episode we speak to Ruari Fairbairns, co-founder of One Year No Beer. It is an exciting challenge for anyone who wants to change their relationship with alcohol. I also talk a bit about the current situation the world is in, but if you want to skip right to the interview, feel free to jump to the 11 min. mark. Its a conversation not to be missed because you got tired of my ramblings.
66 minutes | Mar 5, 2020
Nicole Manes & Laura Notton - Sound Therapy & Sound Baths
Nicole Manes & Laura Notton are both Sound Therapy Practitioners in Toronto and co-founders of Sound Response Wellness. They are also members of the SoundBody Collective. In this episode, we talk about sound therapy and sound baths and how they can improve someone's life. Stick around till the end of the episode for a Meditation track by the Sound Response Wellness from their "Stress Reduction Using the Power of Sound" workshop, produced by Chris Noble Music More details and upcoming events can be found at: Sound Response Wellness www.soundresponsewellness.com The SoundBody Collective www.facebook.com/soundbodycollective www.soundbodycollective.com
68 minutes | Jan 9, 2020
Andrea - Micro-Dosing Magic Mushrooms
On this first episode of the podcast in 2020, we talk to a good friend of mine about micro-dosing mushrooms. the good, the bad and the possible. Andrea is one of the founders of NeuroGrowth.ca and has an incredible natural outlook on the use of magic mushrooms in small quantities and how it may improve your life.
78 minutes | Oct 30, 2019
Stephen Harris - Exploring North Korea
On this episode we talk to Stephen Harris about his new book "Traveling Through North Korea: Adventures in the Hermit Kingdom". Stephen is a travel writer and blogger, a rock journalist and now an author who is originally from the small town of Big Beaver, Saskatchewan. His humble begins is the inspiration for his site; BigBeaverDiaries.com
65 minutes | Oct 23, 2019
Ron Tite - The Think. Say. Do. of honestly getting your work out there
Welcome back. In this brand new episode I talk with Ron Tite - CEO of Church + State, Speaker, Comedian, Creative about how to find and how to be honest in marketing and have people connect with you. He has a great new book "Think. Say. Do." That helps brands connect honestly with people in a over saturated jungle of ads and pitches. So cool to talk to Ron. I hope you enjoy.
29 minutes | Apr 3, 2019
Myra Finkelstein - The Dangers of Lead-based Ammo
On this episode we talk to Myra Finkelstein, She is a Wildlife Toxicologist who studies the effect of lead-based ammunition on Condors in California. We discuss the issues that come with using lead-based ammunition and how it's difficult to stop this ammo from adding lead to the food chain.
70 minutes | Mar 27, 2019
Stephen Jenkinson - Elderhood, Grief and Mystery
This episode is a one that may take and is well worth a few listens. Stephen Jenkinson is a teacher, writer, master storyteller, Leonard Cohen fan and so much more. He's the type of person who, when he speaks, you're not sure if he's taking you to church or school or both. In this conversation we talk about the need for Elderhood in our society today, the need to ask the tough questions and seek the even harder answers.
60 minutes | Mar 21, 2019
Jason Tetro - The Misunderstood Germ
On this episode of the podcast, I have a great talk with Researcher and Science Educator Jason Tetro about his books "The Germ Code" "The Germ Files" and his award winning podcast "The Super Awesome Science Show". We also talk about how not all germs are the enemy and about the importance of critical thinking.
42 minutes | Mar 13, 2019
Gay Gordon-Byrne - The Right to Repair Movement
In this weeks episode of the podcast I speak to Gay Gordon-Byrne. She is the Executive Director of The Repair Association. She is also a key figure in the Right to Repair Movement; which is working with government to make sure that individuals have access to the parts and information needed to repair the large electronics and mechanisms that we all purchase. From phones to farm equipment.
59 minutes | Mar 6, 2019
Dr. Ximena Ramos-Salas - The Complexities of Battling Obesity
On this episode, we talk with Dr. Ximena Ramos-Salas, the Executive Director of Obesity Canada about the misconceptions of obesity, how obesity needs to be seen and treated as a chronic illness and more.
50 minutes | Feb 27, 2019
Jane Jacques - The English Language is Not Dead
In this episode, Keyano College English and Speech Instructor Jane Jacques debunks the myth that we are all killing the English language with our cell phones.
48 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
Brian Byrne - Adventures, Block Chain and The Fix
One of the first two new episodes to start 2019, this is my conversation with musician, entrepreneur, creator and all around great guy to talk to Brian Byrne. Brian talks block chain and digital currency and how it could relate to the music industry. He also talks about his experiences in the wild west that is the current block chain and digital currency world.
40 minutes | Feb 20, 2019
Mary Allen - Meat Alternatives
On the first of two new episodes released to start off our 2019 year, I speak with Mary Allen from the Good Food Institute. GFI is an organization designed to help companies at the forefront of the new meats revolution. We talk about plant based meats and the brave new world of cell based clean meat products.
68 minutes | Nov 7, 2018
Michael Inzlicht - Our Lack of Self Control
On this episode we talk to University of Toronto Professor of Psychology Michael Inzlicht about the struggle for self control, as well as touching on some of the issues within science and research. He is also a podcast host, check out Two Psychologists Four Beers at https://fourbeers.fireside.fm/
39 minutes | Sep 26, 2018
Alexa Tullett - The Struggle to be More Open Minded
I had such a great conversation with Alexa Tullett, Assistant Professor of Psychology at The University of Alabama. We talked about how important it is to be open minded and how we need to be more accepting of other peoples views. We also talk about how hard that can be with some of our natural bias and with the way we interact with technology today. Thanks for listening.
50 minutes | Sep 19, 2018
Colleen Cassady St. Clair - Living with Wild Life
A great conversation with Professor Colleen Cassady St. Clair about our ever changing relationship with wildlife. She is currently working with a multi-national project to examine wildlife in urban areas and find way to make sure our coexistence is as safe and happy for both sides. Listen and learn more about it. Also, the definitive answer on wether or not Sasquatch exist. sorta. There we some slight audio issues about 3min in, but it all smooths out after about 15min. Sorry about that.
54 minutes | Aug 22, 2018
Matthew Sears - How to look back to help moving forward
Hello Wanderers, On this Episode I speak with Matthew Sears of the University of New Brunswick about Greek history, philosophy and democracy. We talk about how taking a deeper, more well rounded look at the past can help us approach the future. Enjoy.
3 minutes | Aug 22, 2018
Welcome to Wander w/ Andrew Wilcox
Hello and welcome to Wander w/ Andrew Wilcox. This prequal episode is just a quick explanation of the genesis of this podcast. give it a quick listen. It's only a few minutes.
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