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Join comedian Charlie Demers (author of Property Values, The Horrors and Vancouver Special) for a monthly podcast engaging with fiction and non-fiction books of interest to the left. Find us on Twitter @Well_Reds and online at ricochet.media. 'Well Reds' broadcasts out of Vancouver (Coast Salish Territories), Canada. Produced by André Goulet and mastered by Chris Hernandez at Studio Petit Palais in Montréal (Mohawk and Algonquin Territories), Québec.
 
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On a new episode host Charlie Demers welcomes Squamish nation councillor, Indigenous language revitalization advocate/activist/educator & Vancity board member Khelsilem for a conversation that's an hour-long antidote to despair, without ever having to stick your head in the sand. Find out more about Khelsilem's work at https://khelsilem.com/ Get ea…
 
On episode 2 of the nation's newest and nicest interview show host Charlie Demers talks with LA-based comedian Ivan Decker (one of Canada’s very funniest people) about fish-gutting, learning French, and the painful present & bright future of post-vaccine comedy. Find out more about Decker's work at https://ivan-decker.squarespace.com/ Get early acc…
 
In the inaugural episode of new weekly interview show 'Full of Chit-Chat' host Charlie Demers talks to Vancouver city councillor Christine Boyle about holidays in a multi-faith household, the literal and metaphorical crap of municipal politics, & how she held the line against a police budget increase for 2021. Find out more about Christine's work a…
 
On the December episode of the Well Reds podcast, it's a group effort as host Charlie Demers welcomes a galaxy of international stars to help him say "until next time"! As we prepare to step away from the mic for a break, thanks to the thousands of listeners who've helped to make this show a success over the last 20 months. We'll be back. See you i…
 
On the November episode of the Well Reds podcast, host Charlie Demers welcomes journalist and academic Dawn Paley (author of 'Drug War Capitalism' from AK Press) for a wide-ranging conversation on Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador's 'A New Hope for Mexico' available now from Counterpoint Press. Follow Dawn on Twitter at @dawn_ and…
 
On a spooky October mini episode of the Well Reds podcast, hair-raising host Charlie 'Drag Me To Hell' Demers is very sorry for the delay. Look for Charlie's chilling conversation with returning guest 'Sinister' Samir Gandesha (Director at Simon Fraser University Institute of the Humanities) on Chantal Mouffe's 'For a Left Populism' later this mont…
 
On the September episode of the Well Reds podcast, host Charlie Demers welcomes writer and policy researcher Vyas Saran (Maclean's, Vancouver Sun, policynote.ca) for a conversation on 'The Chapo Guide to Revolution: a Manifesto Against Logic, Facts and Reason' published by Simon & Shuster. Follow Vyas on Twitter at @vyassaran and pick up the 'The C…
 
On the August episode of the Well Reds podcast, host Charlie Demers welcomes returning guest and noir writer Sam Wiebe (author of 'Cut You Down', 'Invisible Dead') for a conversation on Eva Dolan's tale of community activism, mystery and possible murder 'This is How it Ends', published by Bloombury USA. Pick up the 'This is How it Ends', 'Cut You D…
 
On the July episode of the Well Reds podcast, host Charlie Demers is joined by Am Johal, Director of Simon Fraser University's Vancity Office of Community Engagement and co-author of 'Sweetness of Life: A Tar Sands Tale' (w/ Matt Hearn and Joe Sacco) for a few-holds-barred conversation on Asad Haider's 'Mistaken Identity: Race and Class in the Age …
 
On this not-Canada-Day-themed episode of the Well Reds podcast, host Charlie Demers is joined by journalist Leigh Phillips (bylines in Jacobin, The Guardian/author of 'Austerity Ecology: a Left Defense of Growth') for a smooth, sultry and wide-ranging conversation on John Newsinger's 'Hope Lies in the Proles: George Orwell and the Left' out now fro…
 
Happy summer, listeners! Teacher's Christmas is coming as Shanee Prasad of the British Columbia Federation of Teachers member representing workers of colour in NC Federation of Labour Executive Council joins host Charlie Demers for a conversation on Jean Genet's Black Panther and Palestinian liberation memoir 'Prisoner of Love' (New York Review Boo…
 
Join host Charlie Demers for a special May Day episode as he celebrates the podcast's first birthday with a live reading from his new novel 'Property Values' (Arsenal Press). Linking drug gang violence on Vancouver's Lower Mainland with the city's insane real estate bubble, Chapter 1 of the comedic crime caper introduces Scott Clark, the hapless pr…
 
Children of the world have nothing to lose but their chains in the March episode of Well Reds! Join Simon Fraser University Institute of the Humanities Director Samir Gandesha and Juno-award-nominated host Charlie Demers for a gritty and granular conversation on 'Communism for Kids' from MIT Press. Find ‘Communism for Kids’ at our sponsor Galiano I…
 
Episode #5! Desire (@prettyybirrd), Alex (@alexuur) and Gabe (@gaberealsports) talk about upcoming Pantone trips including Mexico plus have an announcement about the trip! We also discuss food at the stadiums in Mexico and which comment was worse Matt Kemp's "LA is not a baseball town" or Jansen's "Dodger fans are to blame for the games not being o…
 
Episode #4! Desire (@prettyybirrd), Alex (@alexuur) and Gabe (@gaberealsports) talk about upcoming Pantone trips including Mexico, softball game, LA Marathon and so much more plus HUGE shout out to our friends at @Lumberlend Co!Pantone 294 Podcast による
 
On a special live episode, host Charlie Demers is joined by award-winning mystery writer Sam Wiebe (Last of the Independents, Invisible Dead) for a conversation on regret, revenge, real estate and 'Vancouver Noir' at the Galiano Island Books Literary Festival. Wiebe's 'Cut You Down', part 2 of the 'Wakeland' mystery trilogy, is available for pre-or…
 
Pantone 294 Podcast Special Valentine's Day Edition! Tommy Lasorda shares his love story when he met his wife plus what went through his mind the night Gibson hit that iconic home run during the 1988 World Series! Follow us at Desire (@prettyybirrd), Alex (@alexuur) and Gabe (@gaberealsports)Pantone 294 Podcast による
 
On this special bonus episode of Well Reds, host Charlie Demers speaks with celebrated writer and performer Carmen Aguirre on intimacy, politics, culture, salsa, Marxism and the hidden dance halls of Canada. This episode features strong themes and language. Carmen's show 'Broken Tailbone' premieres February 13th, 2018 at Vancouver cultural diversit…
 
On this special bonus episode of Well Reds, host Charlie Demers speaks with Hong Kong Exile's Milton Lim, fu-GEN Theatre's David Yee and Theatre Conspiracy's Tim Carlson on loss, resilience and the Chinese diaspora. Their new multidisciplinary show 'No Foreigners' premieres February 7th, 2018 at Vancouver cultural diversity and innovation hub The C…
 
Episode #2! Desire (@prettyybirrd), Alex (@alexuur) and Gabe (@gaberealsports) talk about the feedback we received at Dodgers Fanfest, how it was to attend Justin Turner's 3rd Annual Golf Classic, trip information, what Pantone 294 has to do with the LA Marathon plus so much more!Pantone 294 Podcast による
 
On episode 11 of Well Reds it's a one man TOUR-DE-FORCE as host Charlie Demers walks a solo tightrope of COMEDY and PATHOS! In this MASTERCLASS on podcasting without a net, join Charlie for a DEEP DIVE DISCOURSE on David Chariandy's long-awaited, award-winning, Scarborough-set novel 'BROTHER'! Thanks to Galiano Island Books and our new sponsor, leg…
 
Our first PODCAST!!! Desire (@prettyybirrd), Alex (@alexuur) and Gabe (@gaberealsports) tell you a little about what you can expect from the Pantone 294 Podcast plus they give their opinions on the Dodgers TV deal, Fan Fest and Dad Jokes!Pantone 294 Podcast による
 
On this special extra-length yuletide episode, United Church Canada minister Rev. Christine Boyle joins host Charlie Demers for a conversation on playwright Wallace Shawn's 2017 collection of essays 'Night Thoughts'. Also: Site C and the BC NDP. Kids, commercialism and Kris Kringle. All this plus a look back at 2017, the garbage year that was. Edit…
 
On this episode, host Charlie Demers is joined by Geoff Mann, author of 'In The Long Run We Are All Dead' and Director of the Center for Global Political Economy at Simon Fraser University, to discuss the story of an East German family whose lives reflects the rise and fall of the Soviet Union. This is a conversation on Tariq Ali’s 1998 novel ‘Fear…
 
On this episode, host Charlie Demers is joined by guest Roxanne Panchasi, Associate Professor of History at Simon Fraser University, for a discussion on China Miéville's acclaimed 'October: The Story of the Russian Revolution'. Editings and production: André Goulet. Extro Music: "Joe Hill," by Paul Robeson. Big thanks to Galiano Island Books, offic…
 
Dr. Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor writes on Black politics, social movements, and racial inequality in the United States. Earlier this year, she was targeted by online threats and abuse after Fox News and other outlets waged a campaign in response to a commencement speech in which she made the (uncontroversial) statement that Donald Trump is a "racist, s…
 
It’s our long-awaited July double episode! Comedian, writer, and podcast producer extraordinaire Ryan McMahon joins Derrick and Charlie to discuss Tom King’s “The Inconvenient Indian” and Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas’ “Red: A Haida Manga.” Planned as a wide-ranging and fun discussion of books and politics that would serve as our version of Canada 150…
 
In this episode Charlie and Derrick tackle their first work of fiction, discussing the hilarious and haunting "Son of a Trickster" by Eden Robinson. Editing by André Goulet, who recently won the NCCRA Best in Podcasting award for his work as host and producer of Ricochet's Unpacking the News. Extro Music: "Joe Hill," by Paul Robeson. Big thanks to …
 
In this episode, Derrick and Charlie discuss Harvey Pekar's 'Not The Israel My Parents Promised Me.' Editing and production: André Goulet. Extro Music: "Joe Hill," by Paul Robeson. Big thanks to our official bookseller: Galiano Island Books https://galianoislandbooks.com/Well Reds による
 
Episode 3 of Well Reds features Charlie and Derrick discussing Pankaj Mishra’s Age of Anger -- a sprawling, ambitious, and challenging work of political analysis and intellectual history. Editing and production: André Goulet. Extro Music: "Joe Hill," by Paul Robeson. Big thanks to our official bookseller: Galiano Island Books https://galianoislandb…
 
Rosa Luxemburg was one of the outstanding and heroic figures of the international socialist movement. In this episode, Charlie and Derrick discuss the depiction of her life in the magnificent graphic biography by Kate Evans. Editing and production: André Goulet. Extro Music: "Joe Hill," by Paul Robeson.…
 
Readers of the world, unite! The inaugural Well Reds left book podcast episode features a discussion of Amitav Ghosh's magisterial and challenging book, The Great Derangement: Climate Change and the Unthinkable (http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/G/bo22265507.html). Get to know your hosts Charlie and Derrick and, if you can make i…
 
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