The first season of Church & Carlton draws to a close with the story of Tom Longboat, a well-known historical figure whose athletic prowess has been allowed to overshadow his lifetime of quiet resistance for too long.
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If anyone in figure skating can be called a genius, it’s Evgenia Medvedeva. But “genius” is a loaded word, and the way we apply it says a lot about whose art we value.
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This episode was inspired by Emily Atkin’s excellent article “The Sexism of Genius” in The New Republic.
Full transcript under the cut.
The great Red Kelly: cat lover, hockey superstar…new-age spiritualist? Well, not quite. As with everything here at Church & Carlton, the truth is stranger than fiction.
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Full transcript under the cut. See you in two weeks!
Punch Imlach didn’t typically use his trolling powers for good, but when he did, it was a thing of beauty,
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A full, plaint text transcript of today’s episode can be found under the cut. As always, you can reach with me with any concerns about accessibility at ecmarconTO@gmail.com
In light of devastating recent events in the Canadian sports world, a story about hope, community, and boundless joy.
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We’ve all got Tessa and Scott fever, but what is it about the pair that makes them so darn sexy? The answer might surprise you.
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Toronto has bid on the Olympics five times, and each time, it blew up in our faces in the most Toronto way possible.
Tune in next Friday for another Olympic-themed episode, this one on the low-key sexual revolution of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. (Just trust me on this.) In the meantime, visit my Patreon and be sure to keep checking back here for my first attempts at vlogging. If nothing else, you can marvel at my total lack of makeup skills
Our first ever Halloween episode examines the truth behind Toronto’s most famous ghost story.
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Well, folks, I did it. It’s not exactly Serial but I have here for your enjoyment the very first episode of the Church & Carlton podcast. In light of recent events, I think it’s especially prescient.
If people want to hear more, I’m aiming to release new episodes every other Tuesday. After I put a few of these out there, I’ll put up a Patreon to tide me over until I can get that sweet, sweet Squarespace money. In the meantime, you can get updates on Facebook here.
Tonight’s episode features an infamous baseball game that would change Toronto forever and calls into question some of the stories we like to tell ourselves about our city.