Local entrepreneurs from startups switch companies for a day to see what it’s like in someone else’s shoes. Will they be to get past their nerves and contribute to the other company in a way that no one else has?
Sharing a bedroom with multiple family members is a lot more common than most people realize. Get to know 15 teenagers that are living in low-income neighbourhoods to find out how they are trying to make the best out of their living arrangements. How do these teenagers find privacy and balance in their lives?
Vish Khanna is the host of Long Night with Vish Khanna, which he was asked to do because of how similar his name is to the one in the show title. Vish is a seasoned journalist obsessed with pop culture and news and how they enrich and inform our lives. Witty on his feet, Vish sits down alongside a great panel of guests from the music industry to talk about the longevity of rock and roll, the impact of social media, women in the business, and much more.
Andy Petrillo sits down with people in the professional hockey industry to focus on the stories behind the game we love. Talking beyond the Toronto Maple Leafs, what really happens with the journalists, announcers, and more when the team is not playing?
There’s been a growing curiosity among people. One that has us wanting to appreciate the nuance and craft that’s poured into the products and experiences we spend our hard earned money on at our local bars.
Mixing With showcases the doers, the techniques and stories that elevate our appreciation of these unique artisan industries. Discover the perspectives behind the product.
Jason and Matt are up to no good. Hoping to be welcomed with open arms, they crash events like the Women’s Show, Gentlemen’s Expo and more. Wandering around conventions, they quickly realize how out of place they really are.
From breakfast, lunch, dinner, to late night eats, restauranteur and MasterChef Canada judge Michael Bonacini goes on a gastronomic journey to discover and experience the best places to eat in Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and St. John’s.
Circus sideshows became very popular in the late 1800s. Having faded in popularity, Chris Mysterion and Steffi Kay are working together to bring this ancient circus back to life with local and travelling performers.
When people think of homesteading, they imagine a much earlier time of pioneers doing hard labour. But homesteading is not what it used to be, and is alive and well in Toronto. With a modern twist, see how your neighbours are homesteading.
Young kids sit down with parents, teachers, a city councilor, and others to talk about climate change. How do kids and adults feel about this issue? What scares them? Should we be worried?
Regent Park has gone through so much over the past few decades. As demolition begins for newer developments, it’s difficult to say goodbye to a community that is like family. Reminisce with local Parkers about where they grew up - a place they still call home.
Sit down with Ward Anderson and his well-known guests of comics as they discuss women in the industry, clean vs. dirty comics, LGBTQ representation, and diversity.