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By Curiouscast

A daily Global News podcast released every afternoon just in time for your commute home. The world moves way too fast and it’s easy to fall behind the news cycle. Host Tamara Khandaker takes you beyond the headlines to reveal the full story, explore new angles, ask tough questions, and talk directly to the people most affected by the big stories.

  1. 1.
    New revelations about WE Charity and its real estate holdings07/22/2020
    19:55
  2. 2.
    How to deal with anti-maskers07/21/2020
    26:27
  3. 3.
    School closures are pushing women out of the work force07/21/2020
    27:11
  4. 4.
    What is QAnon, and why are Canadians being drawn to it?07/17/2020
    27:42
  5. 5.
    Hackers came for Elon Musk and other high-profile Twitter users07/16/2020
    20:23
  6. 6.
    First CERB... then universal basic income?07/15/2020
    23:58
  7. 7.
    Ontario is entering Stage 3, but is that a good idea?07/14/2020
    24:12
  8. 8.
    The agony of COVID-19 ‘long-haulers’07/13/2020
    28:30
  1. 9.
    Trudeau’s WE Charity debacle07/10/2020
    26:52
  2. 10.
    Brazil’s Bolsonaro dismissed COVID-19, now he has it07/09/2020
    22:10
  3. 11.
    Is the coronavirus airborne or not?07/08/2020
    23:11
  4. 12.
    Where did 'BIPOC' come from?07/07/2020
    20:52
  5. 13.
    A coronavirus surge is pummelling America and Trump07/06/2020
    25:19
  6. 14.
    Why people are getting killed by cops during mental health crises06/26/2020
    31:23
  7. 15.
    The power of police unions06/25/2020
    24:57
  8. 16.
    Salary cuts? Unsafe conditions? Your work-related legal questions, answered06/24/2020
    23:14
  9. 17.
    Racist statues are coming down06/23/2020
    22:31
  10. 18.
    K-pop fan armies are mobilizing against Trump and white supremacy06/22/2020
    24:34
  11. 19.
    The race for a new Conservative Party leader06/19/2020
    29:11
  12. 20.
    The RCMP is getting called out for systemic racism again06/18/2020
    25:20
  13. 21.
    COVID-19 lockdowns are fuelling a spike in overdose deaths06/17/2020
    19:47
  14. 22.
    Maria Ressa’s libel conviction is another major blow to press freedoms06/16/2020
    23:36
  15. 23.
    Is the pandemic flattening the climate change curve?06/15/2020
    19:52
  16. 24.
    Do violent protests work?06/12/2020
    22:19
  17. 25.
    Why journalists of colour are over it06/11/2020
    30:19
  18. 26.
    How India's coronavirus lockdown created a massive migrant crisis06/10/2020
    22:07
  19. 27.
    J.K. Rowling’s transphobic tweets06/09/2020
    21:44
  20. 28.
    The erasure of Canada's history of anti-Black racism06/08/2020
    30:28
  21. 29.
    #BlackOutTuesday: The do’s and don'ts of anti-racism06/05/2020
    21:37
  22. 30.
    The case for defunding the police06/04/2020
    29:32
  23. 31.
    Why Twitter is cracking down on Trump06/03/2020
    22:38
  24. 32.
    Regis Korchinski-Paquet and racism in Canadian policing06/02/2020
    26:22
  25. 33.
    At anti-police brutality protests, a brutal response by police06/01/2020
    28:51
  26. 34.
    The case for "good density" in cities, post-pandemic05/29/2020
    21:41
  27. 35.
    Canada's army exposes the horror show in long-term care homes05/28/2020
    23:00
  28. 36.
    Ontario's confusing COVID-19 messaging05/27/2020
    24:21
  29. 37.
    Protests erupt in Hong Kong over China's new security bill05/26/2020
    22:13
  30. 38.
    Say goodbye to open-concept offices05/25/2020
    26:20
  31. 39.
    Alison Roman and the deep-rooted issues with food media05/22/2020
    20:07
  32. 40.
    Why Donald Trump is obsessed with hydroxychloroquine05/21/2020
    25:06
  33. 41.
    The first incel terrorism case05/20/2020
    25:12
  34. 42.
    Germany, South Korea, and the perils of reopening05/19/2020
    23:11
  35. 43.
    ‘Resilience is Futile’: Why we need to talk about stalking05/15/2020
    29:07
  36. 44.
    The pandemic is forcing online learning on everyone05/15/2020
    27:11
  37. 45.
    Is COVID-19 breaking our food supply chain?05/13/2020
    22:24
  38. 46.
    Travel may never be the same05/12/2020
    22:57
  39. 47.
    How small businesses are surviving the pandemic05/11/2020
    25:28
  40. 48.
    How ‘Karen’ became a defining meme of the pandemic05/08/2020
    21:36
  41. 49.
    The shadow pandemic of domestic violence05/07/2020
    23:23
  42. 50.
    From ‘stay home’ to ‘please go outside’05/06/2020
    22:56
  43. 51.
    How contact tracing could help reopen Canada05/05/2020
    24:38
  44. 52.
    Canada’s new assault weapons ban, explained05/04/2020
    22:13
  45. 53.
    Hollywood is being turned on its head by the pandemic05/01/2020
    22:24
  46. 54.
    Inside China’s mission to stockpile the world's supply of PPE04/30/2020
    24:21
  47. 55.
    A perfect storm: COVID-19 has thrown the oil market into turmoil04/29/2020
    19:48
  48. 56.
    Bill Gates, 5G, and the Wuhan lab: COVID-19 conspiracy theories that won’t go away04/28/2020
    22:50
  49. 57.
    How the Nova Scotia mass shooting unfolded04/27/2020
    29:03
  50. 58.
    You don’t need to be productive in quarantine04/24/2020
    20:31
  51. 59.
    Will COVID-19 immunity tests save us?04/24/2020
    25:24
  52. 60.
    China’s ‘wet markets’: Should they be banned?04/23/2020
    24:26
  53. 61.
    Nova Scotia mass shooting: The deadliest in Canadian history04/22/2020
    21:13
  54. 62.
    European countries are reviving their economies post-COVID-19 lockdown04/20/2020
    24:58
  55. 63.
    Quarantine book club04/17/2020
    20:25
  56. 64.
    COVID-19 is ravaging long-term care homes04/17/2020
    31:12
  57. 65.
    To Zoom or not to Zoom04/16/2020
    23:07
  58. 66.
    Are cops going overboard with enforcing COVID-19 rules?04/15/2020
    27:03
  59. 67.
    What’s next for Bernie Sanders and the Democrats04/10/2020
    26:00
  60. 68.
    Inside Sweden’s controversially relaxed approach to COVID-1904/08/2020
    24:40
  61. 69.
    Lessons from the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic04/08/2020
    23:57
  62. 70.
    Can we trust China’s COVID-19 numbers?04/07/2020
    29:01
  63. 71.
    Kids’ top coronavirus questions, answered04/04/2020
    18:12
  64. 72.
    Should Canada use our cell phones to slow the spread of COVID-19?04/02/2020
    25:40
  65. 73.
    Landlords vs. Tenants: Rent in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic04/01/2020
    30:51
  66. 74.
    How New York became a COVID-19 war zone03/31/2020
    20:39
  67. 75.
    Delivery and grocery workers are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic03/30/2020
    23:44
  68. 76.
    Pregnancy during the COVID-19 pandemic03/28/2020
    26:09
  69. 77.
    Canada is at a COVID-19 tipping point03/26/2020
    23:29
  70. 78.
    COVID-19: What if you don’t have a home to stay in?03/25/2020
    22:06
  71. 79.
    COVID-19: Does Canada need to invoke the Emergencies Act?03/25/2020
    25:23
  72. 80.
    Inside the race for a COVID-19 vaccine03/24/2020
    29:59
  73. 81.
    Dating and sex in the time of coronavirus03/20/2020
    23:40
  74. 82.
    How Canada is trying to save workers who are losing income from the coronavirus03/19/2020
    23:28
  75. 83.
    COVID-19: The dos and don’ts of social distancing03/18/2020
    23:40
  76. 84.
    Why are Americans exempted from Canada’s coronavirus travel ban?03/17/2020
    23:28
  77. 85.
    How to cope with coronavirus anxiety and isolation03/16/2020
    23:16
  78. 86.
    Your top coronavirus questions, answered03/13/2020
    21:24
  79. 87.
    What ‘Contagion’ predicted about the coronavirus pandemic03/12/2020
    20:59
  80. 88.
    “Cancel everything”: How the coronavirus shut down Italy03/11/2020
    19:33
  81. 89.
    Stock markets are freaking out over the coronavirus03/10/2020
    22:00
  82. 90.
    Can facial recognition tools and Clearview AI be reined in?03/09/2020
    24:52
  83. 91.
    The rise and fall of Victoria’s Secret03/07/2020
    26:26
  84. 92.
    The humanitarian disaster in Idlib, Syria03/06/2020
    27:10
  85. 93.
    Muslims in India are under attack03/05/2020
    25:43
  86. 94.
    Bernie vs. Biden: Why Super Tuesday matters03/03/2020
    25:52
  87. 95.
    Pandemic or not? The latest on the coronavirus outbreak03/02/2020
    24:00
  88. 96.
    Talking 'Love is Blind' with the show's creator02/29/2020
    23:30
  89. 97.
    Why terrorism offenders are coming out of Canada’s prisons still radicalized02/27/2020
    22:32
  90. 98.
    The murder of a sex worker and the problems with Canada’s anti-prostitution laws02/27/2020
    26:00
  91. 99.
    What the death of Teck's massive oilsands project means for Canada’s energy sector02/25/2020
    25:03
  92. 100.
    Why Trump is going after WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange02/24/2020
    27:24
  93. 101.
    Skyrocketing rent has millennials thinking of leaving the big city02/21/2020
    30:32
  94. 102.
    Elliot’s Addiction02/20/2020
    16:05
  95. 103.
    Amid the Wet’suwet’en standoff, a look back at the Oka crisis02/20/2020
    21:22
  96. 104.
    A conversation with Desmond Cole: Confronting systemic racism in Canada02/18/2020
    37:40
  97. 105.
    Peak astrology: An ex-astrologist on why millennials are so obsessed02/14/2020
    26:11
  98. 106.
    Life under coronavirus quarantine02/14/2020
    20:23
  99. 107.
    Why RCMP arrests in Wet'suwet'en are sparking nationwide protests02/12/2020
    25:47
  100. 108.
    Why Justin Trudeau is travelling with Raptors president Masai Ujiri02/11/2020
    23:40
  101. 109.
    Is Canada’s legal cannabis industry collapsing?02/10/2020
    24:59
  102. 110.
    Oscars 2020 predictions: Making the case for Parasite02/07/2020
    27:51
  103. 111.
    The fight between Doug Ford and teachers’ unions02/06/2020
    22:22
  104. 112.
    Why scaring people about climate change doesn't work02/05/2020
    22:52
  105. 113.
    Chaos at the Iowa caucuses02/04/2020
    22:02
  106. 114.
    Why Palestinians are rejecting Trump's Middle East peace plan02/03/2020
    20:15
  107. 115.
    Misinformation and racism around the coronavirus outbreak01/31/2020
    27:37
  108. 116.
    Brexit is finally happening (for real)01/30/2020
    23:57
  109. 117.
    Canada’s Parliament is getting back to business01/29/2020
    20:49
  110. 118.
    Unpacking the panic around birth tourism01/29/2020
    26:08
  111. 119.
    How Kobe Bryant will be remembered01/27/2020
    26:22
  112. 120.
    How we became digital hoarders and why it’s time to purge01/24/2020
    21:40
  113. 121.
    How a Canadian neo-Nazi fled to the US to allegedly plot a race war01/23/2020
    23:25
  114. 122.
    Is the new coronavirus outbreak the next SARS?01/22/2020
    23:08
  115. 123.
    Meng Wanzhou's extradition and the future of Canada - China relations01/21/2020
    24:44
  116. 124.
    Donald Trump’s impeachment trial begins01/20/2020
    22:02
  117. 125.
    The battle of the two popes01/17/2020
    24:05
  118. 126.
    On the frontlines of the Australian wildfires01/16/2020
    23:09
  119. 127.
    Goop Lab and the rise of the wellness industry01/15/2020
    24:37
  120. 128.
    Justin Trudeau on the downing of flight 752 in Tehran01/14/2020
    18:12
  121. 129.
    Megxit: Harry and Meghan are moving to Canada01/13/2020
    22:34
  122. 130.
    Unanswered questions around the Tehran plane crash01/10/2020
    23:58
  123. 131.
    A tragic plane crash and what's next in the Iran-US tensions01/09/2020
    23:01
  124. 132.
    Harvey Weinstein trial: prosecuting a celebrity in the #MeToo era01/08/2020
    24:18
  125. 133.
    The problems with Canada's new Indigenous child welfare law01/07/2020
    22:39
  126. 134.
    The aftermath of the killing of Qassem Soleimani01/06/2020
    21:58
  127. 135.
    Why one woman joined - and then quit - the C3 Church01/03/2020
    23:23
  128. 136.
    Is race science making a comeback?01/02/2020
    27:00
  129. 137.
    2019 was the year of burnout12/30/2019
    21:45
  130. 138.
    A look at the best movies of the decade12/27/2019
    20:52
  131. 139.
    The future of psychedelic drugs in Canada12/23/2019
    20:59
  132. 140.
    Amazon and the hidden costs of same-day shipping12/20/2019
    25:46
  133. 141.
    Donald Trump has been impeached. Now what?12/19/2019
    18:09
  134. 142.
    What a former federal employee says happened after speaking out about Trudeau's blackface scandal12/18/2019
    19:17
  135. 143.
    Legal weed edibles are now for sale in Canada12/17/2019
    16:55
  136. 144.
    Andrew Scheer is out. What's next for the Conservatives?12/16/2019
    23:15
  137. 145.
    How Boris won the battle to 'Get Brexit Done'12/13/2019
    24:39
  138. 146.
    Rohingya genocide hearings put Myanmar on trial12/12/2019
    24:56
  139. 147.
    A China-sized cloud of suspicion around TikTok12/12/2019
    20:24
  140. 148.
    Russia's disinformation campaign against Canadian politicians12/10/2019
    20:31
  141. 149.
    Does the ban on Russia from the Olympics go far enough?12/09/2019
    20:16
  142. 150.
    How a journalist's murder threw Malta into chaos12/06/2019
    24:44
  143. 151.
    Trump, Trudeau, and the tension inside NATO12/06/2019
    26:08
  144. 152.
    Global News investigation: A businessman or a fugitive?12/04/2019
    22:33
  145. 153.
    Energy exodus: from Alberta to Texas12/03/2019
    20:08
  146. 154.
    Is hockey having a moment of reckoning?12/02/2019
    25:50
  147. 155.
    Why scam calls seem to be on the rise11/29/2019
    24:41
  148. 156.
    "Why doesn’t he just kill you?": How refugee claimants are being let down by judges11/28/2019
    22:42
  149. 157.
    What led to the deadly protests in Iran11/27/2019
    23:05
  150. 158.
    The China cables: How the Chinese government runs Uighur detention camps11/26/2019
    31:00
  151. 159.
    Women’s shelters on the front lines are in crisis11/25/2019
    22:58
  152. 160.
    Takeaways from a week of Trump's impeachment hearings11/22/2019
    22:08
  153. 161.
    Understanding Trudeau's cabinet picks11/21/2019
    21:29
  154. 162.
    Universal health care is on trial in B.C.11/20/2019
    21:31
  155. 163.
    Why Aramco, the world's most profitable company, is going public11/19/2019
    21:09
  156. 164.
    Prince Andrew’s disastrous BBC interview11/18/2019
    24:21
  157. 165.
    Are the streaming wars a win for consumers?11/15/2019
    23:10
  158. 166.
    An inside look at the protests in Lebanon11/14/2019
    23:27
  159. 167.
    The ousting of Bolivian president Evo Morales11/14/2019
    24:03
  160. 168.
    Don Cherry and the changing face of hockey in Canada11/13/2019
    25:53
  161. 169.
    Is the U.S. a safe country for refugees?11/08/2019
    27:09
  162. 170.
    Trump's impeachment hearings are about to go public11/07/2019
    22:28
  163. 171.
    The massacre of an American family in Mexico11/06/2019
    22:46
  164. 172.
    A conversation with Elizabeth May11/05/2019
    28:16
  165. 173.
    Canada’s water has a lead problem11/04/2019
    21:31
  166. 174.
    The Woman Who Survived/La Mujer Que Sobrevivió11/01/2019
    14:35
  167. 175.
    Compassion & facts: the battle over vaccines10/31/2019
    17:53
  168. 176.
    The enduring legacy of The Shining10/30/2019
    17:42
  169. 177.
    Canada's housing crisis is spreading outside major cities10/29/2019
    23:31
  170. 178.
    How the Anti-Abortion movement fared after the federal election10/28/2019
    24:44
  171. 179.
    What's fuelling the turmoil in Chile10/25/2019
    22:52
  172. 180.
    Western alienation in the wake of the election10/24/2019
    23:49
  173. 181.
    Student journalism in Canada is under fire10/23/2019
    20:28
  174. 182.
    Election 2019: The big surprises and what comes next10/22/2019
    22:19
  175. 183.
    How the opioid crisis is playing out in Canadian prisons10/21/2019
    23:48
  176. 184.
    Everything you need to know about the election: Part 210/19/2019
    18:22
  177. 185.
    Everything you need to know about the election: Part 110/18/2019
    24:33
  178. 186.
    Growing pains: the state of cannabis legalization one year later10/17/2019
    22:29
  179. 187.
    Countdown to election day: crunching the numbers10/16/2019
    18:52
  180. 188.
    Who are the Canadians stuck in ISIS detention camps?10/15/2019
    26:25
  181. 189.
    A ticking time bomb: Kurds struggle to keep control at ISIS detention camp10/11/2019
    24:35
  182. 190.
    Affordability promises and the 2019 election10/10/2019
    24:58
  183. 191.
    True crime with Crime Beat's Nancy Hixt10/09/2019
    15:28
  184. 192.
    The NBA and China: the choice between profit and principles10/08/2019
    17:08
  185. 193.
    How Not to Lose an Election Debate10/07/2019
    16:25
  186. 194.
    Failure to Launch: Are High School Students Prepared for What's Next?10/04/2019
    22:20
  187. 195.
    Where All Parties Stand on Health Care, Canada's Top Election Issue10/03/2019
    24:55
  188. 196.
    The Forgotten Election Issue of Foreign Policy10/02/2019
    25:31
  189. 197.
    The Rise and Fall of WeWork10/01/2019
    24:43
  190. 198.
    Liberals Unveil Their Election Platform09/30/2019
    18:52
  191. 199.
    "An Incel Rebellion": Toronto Van Attack Suspect's Videotaped Police Interrogation09/27/2019
    29:41
  192. 200.
    Greta Thunberg and Misogyny in the Climate Change Debate09/26/2019
    23:36

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