Duke Caboom, Richard chats with Greg Mason, Vice-President of Marketing for Walt Disney Canada and Ben Su, one of the Canadian animators who helped create the character. Keanu Reeves also chimes in on why he wanted to play Caboom. Then Tony Hale, who plays the new character Forky in the film, swings by to talk about his character’s existential crisis." data-linkback="https://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/audio/podcasts/toy-story-4-with-tony-hale-1.9455803?mode=Article" data-imageurl="http://www.iheartradio.ca:80/image/policy:1.9455985:1563303139/image-jpg-t-1561380685-size-Large.jpg?w=3000&$p$w=8c39d76" >
annetdonahue and Flare calls her “the internet’s best friend,” but my guest Anne T. Donahue has also written for MTV, Cosmopolitan, the Guardian, the Globe and Mail, Refinery29, Sportsnet, Nylon, and Paper Magazine… her latest project is a book, Nobody Cares, a collection of essays about, as the press release says, “work, failure, friendship and the messy business of being alive in your twenties and thirties.”" data-linkback="https://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/audio/podcasts/anne-t-donahue-1.9456418?mode=Article" data-imageurl="http://www.iheartradio.ca:80/image/policy:1.9354588:1561375230/image-jpg-t-1560883858-size-Large.jpg?w=3000&$p$w=5170a2a" >
www.penguinrandomhouse.com: Bishop-Stall spent the better part of a decade studying the complex state of post-drunk hell for “Hungover: The Morning After and One Man’s Quest for the Cure.” He doesn’t just delve into the chemical science of hangovers; he also mixes personal memoir with some of history’s most storied mornings after. Bishop-Stall insists that hangovers should stop being viewed as some sort of cosmic punishment , and instead as a common condition worthy of a cure.