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Stuart McLean Stuart McLean has been a familiar voice on the Canadian airwaves for decades. This celebrated broadcaster and storyteller behind The Vinyl Cafe shares insights into his life and career - from his days growing up in Montreal and his struggles with school, to making the leap into storytelling, and his passionate belief in the Canadian experiment.
Stuart McLean (Extended) Our extended conversation with Stuart McLean, host of CBC Radio's The Vinyl Cafe
AEWCH 148: STUART McLEAN or REWRITING REALITY WITH SYMBIOSIS AND METAMORPHOSIS I talk with anthropologist Stuart McLean about reality and unreality, and why the difference between them isn't what we think.
Bonus! A Tribute to Stuart McLean Full disclosure, this is not an episode of The Show Show! Slaney's on some beach somewhere, and Sweets is snowbound.

But a sad thing happened in the world of Canadian media and story-telling today, and this seemed as a good place as any to get out some of those feelings. Please enjoy some thoughts on a hero of the form, the wonderful Stuart McLean. Tweet your thoughts to @showshowpodcast!
Stuart McLean is Dead. What Do We Do Now?: A Conversation About Canada's Cultural Identity - Drink This Pod Ep. 65 Why does Joss Whedon have a monopoly on the market of strong female characters in film and television? Does artistic intent matter? Can you hide behind the label of satire if your actions have real world consequences? What does it mean to be Canadian? What is our cultural Identity? Is there a generational shift happening, or are we just to spread out to be a monolith? who's good at making fun of Canada?&nbsp;All these questions and more are tackled by the DTP crew this week. We would apologize for such a long episode, but we'd have to feel there was something to feel sorry for, and we don't.&nbsp;CONTACT THE SHOW:TWITTER:&nbsp;@DRINKTHISPODINSTAGRAM:&nbsp;@DRINKTHISPODFACEBOOK:&nbsp;FACEBOOK.COM/DRINKTHISPODEMAIL:&nbsp;DRINKTHISPOD@GMAIL.COMPLEASE LISTEN RESPONSIBLY BY &nbsp;@AIRONMONGERFIre Ahead by Jahzzar (betterwithmusic.com) CC BY-SA
Bonus! A Tribute to Stuart McLean Full disclosure, this is not an episode of The Show Show! Slaney's on some beach somewhere, and Sweets is snowbound.

But a sad thing happened in the world of Canadian media and story-telling today, and this seemed as a good place as any to get out some of those feelings. Please enjoy some thoughts on a hero of the form, the wonderful Stuart McLean. Tweet your thoughts to @showshowpodcast!
Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe: Morley’s Garden The pandemic means many of us can’t gather as we’d like on this Thanksgiving Monday, so instead we’re spending some time with an old friend: Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe. We join Morley in the garden as summer gives way to fall, and she unearths some memories as she tills the soil.