Podcasts

Podcast host Mike Christie with Toronto Star's Corey Mintz.

Podcast host Mike Christie with Toronto Star's Corey Mintz.

Toronto Podcast Producers

We work with Toronto podcast hosts who want to create podcasts with a strong focus on rich storytelling, whether it's in the form of a food show, an audio play, a fear-based exploration, or a sports show. 

Want to partner on a podcast? Contact us.


Should I Be Scared of This?

Comedian Jordan Foisy lives in a scary place. We all do. It’s called The World. From rising sea levels to war to worrying about being a bad friend, there are simply too many fears to fit in the day. We need a better way to fear. Join Jordan as he interviews experts about all the things that freak him out in his search to truthfully answer: Should I Be Scared Of This?

Listen to Season 1 of Should I Be Scared of This?

Is Jordan's fear of hospitals valid? He finds out in Episode 2 when he speaks with a nurse and a patient health advocate.

Is Jordan's fear of hospitals valid? He finds out in Episode 2 when he speaks with a nurse and a patient health advocate.


Writer and stand-up comic Amanda Brooke Perrin eats falafel waffles at brunch with Host Mike Christie and talks comedy writing, 241 pizza, and therapy.

Writer and stand-up comic Amanda Brooke Perrin eats falafel waffles at brunch with Host Mike Christie and talks comedy writing, 241 pizza, and therapy.

Back of the House

Back of the House is a comedy and food podcast in Toronto. Host Mike Christie invites comics and entertainers over for a meal that has special significance in the guest's life and they discuss food, comedy, urbanism, and whatever's irking them in the moment.

Listen to the season and discover all the recipes of Back of the House.


"Listening to funny Canadians on several Toronto podcasts — Big Issue, Little Issue, We’re Doing It, Back of the House — renewed my interest in our comedy scene." — Corey Mintz, Toronto Star

How to Build a Fire

How to Build a Fire is an original radio play by Kat Sandler (Theatre Brouhaha), with new “episodes” released weekly. Listen wherever, whenever, on any device. Produced by Koffler.Digital & Brothers DePaul

Listen to the season of How to Build a Fire.


Kat Sandler’s How to Build a Fire is a six-part “radio play”...that blends Fargo, Welcome to Night Vale, Serial and The X-Files into one addictive Canadian audio experience.
— NOW Magazine

Freelance

We produce podcasts for hire by brands and networks including Pacific Content and the Koffler Centre for the Arts. Check out some of our work at our Soundcloud Page:


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We are interested in producing excellent podcasts in Canada. Be in touch.