11 episodes

Isabelle Racicot and Martine St-Victor live in a bilingual Canada with a finger on a global pulse. With their guests, they tackle what’s brewing in media and pop culture.

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    • 4.6, 16 Ratings

Isabelle Racicot and Martine St-Victor live in a bilingual Canada with a finger on a global pulse. With their guests, they tackle what’s brewing in media and pop culture.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

milesonfoot ,

One of CBC's best

Not a dull moment. Great interviews, great conversation.

Flyfisherjo ,

Quell surprise!

I heard this show because CBC was on while I was cooking and what a nice surprise. CBC really needs to give them more promotion. How nice, too, that it comes out of Quebec with all the humour, joie de vivre and intellect that comes with that. Politician tend to make us forget what a great place PQ is.

Jolicoeur1980 ,

Engaging interviews and great host chemistry

I love this podcast, c'est vraiment une perle rare. The hosts, Martine and Isabelle, complement each perfect and feed off each other's energy. It is really cool that the guests (Jennifer Brodeur and Malcom Gladwell) are immensely enjoying themselves with the thoughtful questions exchange of ideas. Chapeau, les filles!

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