The show is comprised of telephone conversations between him and his friends. About Heavyweight.
Comments may take up to an hour for moderation before appearing on the site. Goldstein worked on radio programs and podcasts such as Heavyweight, This American Life, and WireTap. You can find seasons one through four here. If you don't see it please check your junk folder.The next issue of Posted Newsletter will soon be in your inbox.We encountered an issue signing you up. SPOILER ALERT: This check in contains a special treat. Wiretap is a radio series produced by the CBC about radio host, Jonathan Goldstein.
As we turn our attention back to producing classic Heavyweight episodes, we leave you with one last check in. Jonathan Goldstein and pal Gregor Ehrlich teach you how to make beautiful music all over again. 20 years ago, Gregor lent some CDs to a musician friend. Amber and Eva are in search of their first grade teachers. Read more about This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.Jonathan Goldstein says goodbye to CBC's WireTap after 11-year runJonathan Goldstein says goodbye to CBC's WireTap after 11-year runJonathan Goldstein says goodbye to CBC's WireTap after 11-year runJonathan Goldstein: That’s the spirit, or finding the divine in a bottle of Johnnie WalkerJonathan Goldstein: Love and free stuff make for a honeymoonJonathan Goldstein says goodbye to CBC's WireTap after 11-year run Goldstein's work has been academically examined as representative of "the positioning of Jews and Canadians as potentially overlooked minorities in the late-twentieth- and early twenty-first-century United States". Jonathan Goldstein is an American-Canadian author, humorist and radio producer. I wanted to make something that felt different than everything else I was hearing on the radio, something that felt funny and real, that didn’t shy away from the big questions (“why are we here?”), but still had room for the smaller questions (“why does this pork pie hat make my ass look fat?”). I wanted to make something that was weird and complicated in the way I knew life to be.”In his heartfelt message, Goldstein fondly recalls when he pitched the show to CBC execs and thanks his co-workers, including Howard Chackowicz, Gregor Ehrlich, the late David Rakoff, Mira Burt-Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime.Due to an out of sync broadcast schedule south of the border, Goldstein’s message closes with a video sharing listeners’ thoughts on a radio story about aging gracefully that impacted many, which makes for the perfect final touch, as for the radio host, “each episode was fuelled by a wish to connect with you.”Sign up to receive the daily top stories from the National Post, a division of Postmedia Network Inc.There was an error, please provide a valid email address.A welcome email is on its way. Jonathan Goldstein says goodbye to CBC's WireTap after 11-year run. Mix by Bobby Lord. We have enabled email notifications—you will now receive an email if you receive a reply to your comment, there is an update to a comment thread you follow or if a user you follow comments. In a final farewell message, ... Gregor Ehrlich, the late David Rakoff, Mira Burt-Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime. During these times of uncertainty and sadness, we bring you two stories of two women seeking the comfort of childhood. The show was hosted by Jonathan Goldstein, former producer of This American Life, and featured stories that were told as if over the phone with Goldstein.
Remember when you were a kid and you'd spend recess blowing into blades of grass?