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CBC Radio 3 Podcast

By CBC Radio 3

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Description

CBC Radio 3 is the part of Canada's public broadcaster that devotes itself entirely to new Canadian music. With the CBC Radio 3 Super Feed, you can catch every podcast we make and loads of amazing new tunes in just one place.

Customer Reviews

Hooray For The Ceeb!

Check this podcast out and give yourself a few more reasons to hate your friend's taste in music. You know, the one who digs Bon Jovi. And not even Slippery When Wet-era Bon Jovi, but super lame Bounce Bon Jovi. The biggest problem with finding great new bands to listen to has always been all the noise one has to filter out to find the signal. The beauty of the CBC Radio 3 podcast is how their crew does this on the listeners behalf. Grant, your love is like bad medicine.

Hands Up

Like all patroitic Canadians, I associated CBC radio with obscure Acadian fiddle players and Inuit throat singers, the kind of stuff that your overzealous grade six teacher made you listen to while you glued macaroni on your 'racism is bad' art project. That was before Grant Lawrence and CBC Radio 3. The reason why the i-pod was invented -- so you can prove to people that Canadian music is more than Celine Dion, Brian Adams and Alanis

Une classe à part

Même si 50 % des téléchergements sont fait ailleur qu'au Canada, reste que ce podcast est nul autre qu'un HIT. Grant Lawrence illumine ces artistes de la scène émergente du Canada anglophone avec brio. Il est unique et ce podcast l'est tout autant. Un contenu typiquement canadien mais à une planète entière à découvrir. Get it all now !