The complete collection of all 20 episodes of Season 4 of the Red Man Laughing Podcast. Interviews. Music. Comedy.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we take you to Chief Drygeese Territory to the heart of the Dechinta Bush University moosehide camp and we visit with Melaw Nakehk'o (instructor), Ethel Lamothe (instructor/mentor) and Jonathan Konistea (student).
In this special episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we are treated to a rant by Ryan McMahon on his thoughts around reconciliation - what it is & what it isn't in his mind, what the pathway forward does/doesn't look like and who's on the hook for all the heavy lifting that will be required to move forward in Canada.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we chat with Dene standup comedian & writer, Nigel Born Standing Up (Dene, Cold Lake, AB). Nigel, originally from Northern, AB, has just completed the Comedy Program at Humber College in Toronto, ON and has started his journey on his comedy path.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we present a sit down featured chat w/Anishinaabe singer/songwriter Nick Sherman. This episode of the podcast is being co-presented by Red Man Laughing and Nick's podcast, Knives & Wildrice.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing we podcast we turn our microphones over to a handful of Indigenous comic book creators, writers & pioneers in an incredible roundtable discussion. We sit down and chat w/Nicole Marie Burton (adastracomix.com), Jay Odjick (Kagagi), Michael Sheyahshe (nativecomicbooks.com) & Camille Callison (Mazinbiige) about the world of Indigenous comic books/graphic novels, the art & stories behind the books & the integral role comic books & graphic novels play in engaging our Youth in the ideas, philosophies & (general asskicking) teachings they may need in order to carry them into the future.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we sit down with 3 founding members of the ReMatriate Campaign to talk about their grassroots campaign that brings voice to the opposition of the ongoing appropriation of their cultural identities.
In this episode we talk to Lalo Alcarez - Nationally syndicated comic strip artist & Producer/Writer of the upcoming Fox Television series, Border Town. Lalo and Ryan talk comedy, satire, community and working within a system that was never really meant for "us."
IIn this episode of Red Man Laughing we talk with educational video game designers & programmer Dr. AnnMaria De Mars of 7 Generation Games. Dr. De Mars (yes, she's UFC Woman's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey's mom) breaks down the incredible success rates of students that have played their games, why and how students learn differently & Dr. De Mars tells us what it's like to dedicate her professional life to revolutionizing learning.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we take you to Edmonton, AB for a night of conversation about The Inconvenient Indian, Canada Reads 2015 and why Thomas King's book is the book to break barriers in Canada. Moderated by CBC Producer Chris Martin, the panel included visual artist/speaker Aaron Paquette, writer/educator Marilyn Dumont and comedian/writer Ryan McMahon.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we talk to Dr. Elizabeth LaPensée about her research, work & commitment to gaming, storytelling & art. We dig deep into her thoughts around community and her practice and why Indigenous Futurisms may hold the key to health & well being in a connected world.
In this episode of Red Man Laughing we bring you to Winnipeg where Ryan and NDP MP Romeo Saganash (Abitibi/James Bay/Nunavik/Eeyou) walk & talk through the Canadian Museum of Human Rights.
A lot of the interview is spent on the two men talking about Saganash's private members bill, Bill C-641, an act to ensure that the laws of Canada are in harmony with the United Nations Declaration of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we bring you a full length featured chat with Team Canada Men's volleyball player, Dallas Soonias. Dallas is Cree & Anishinaabe and was born in Saskatoon but grew up in Red Deer, AB.
CBC Radio One is pleased to present Red Man Laughing, a special hour of indigenous comedy, music and interviews hosted by stand up comic Ryan McMahon. After 3 successful seasons of the hit podcast, the shows format was tweaked & twisted into this 1 hour National comedy special!
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we take you back to Denendeh for the second part of our conversation with Dene Nahjo. This young collective of Dene leaders are leading a movement of Youth (re)connecting with the land by creating cultural opportunities, community gatherings and conferences for underserved populations in the North.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we take you up to Denendeh (North West Territories) for our sit down featured chat with the Dene Nahjo collective. After a formal round of introductions to everyone in the group we hear about their commitment to the North, their commitment to their communities and ultimately their commitment to each other.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we sit down for a featured chat with Mob Bounce - The Northwest Kid (Craig Frank Edes) and Heebs the Earthchild (Travis Hebert) and we're treated to brand new unreleased music that is forthcoming on their upcoming album, Mob Medicine.
This episode gives you access to the Gathering's closing circle - the process that was put in place for the women to hear the "declaration" and the view the document that was created throughout the week to give the women a chance to bring the work home to continue the conversations.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we take you back to beautiful Ft. Qu'Appelle, SK for the Treaty 1-11 Gathering for a keynote that was delivered by outgoing Treaty 1-11 Movement National spokesperson, Ovide Mercredi. This is a powerful reflection on Treaty, the Crown's obligation to the Indigenous Peoples of these lands & the pathway forward in Treaty.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we take you to beautiful Ft. Qu'Appelle, SK for the National Treaty 1-11 Gathering that took place this past August 2014. This panel was a chance for Youth (and young adults that work with Youth) to share some thoughts & ideas on what the Treaty Movement can do more of to included Youth voices and enage young people in the Treaty Movement as a whole.
In this episode of the Red Man Laughing Podcast we sit down and have a chat with up and coming actor/comedian Madeline Terbasket. In this chat we talk about starting out in comedy, taking risks in order to get to where you want to be and the potential fallout from that. We talk comedy, a lot, but we also talk a lot about what it takes to start a professional journey in the big bad world of Art.