Way back in 2005, I was asked by Definitely Not the Opera on CBC Radio 1 to investigate why there are fewer women in comedy than men.
Recently, this debate has come up again – and I was asked to repost the doc. Luckily, CBC Radio never deletes ANYTHING and I was able to find the story and share it with you!
If you’d like to give it a listen, the audio is posted
HERE on the ‘Leave it to Cleavage’ website (the all-female corporate improv comedy group I work with.)
Give it a listen, share, ‘like’ and comment away!
Are you tired of self-help books telling you you’re doing everything wrong in relationships? Then listen up, because Professor Mari Ruti from the University of Toronto has an antidote. Her book, ‘The Case for Falling in Love’ is the anti self-help, self-help book..
Then listen below to the story that will air on CBC Radio later today.
AND…this is cool! Professor Mari Ruti (who I interview in the above Dating Diana column) and two other experts in the field of gender differences are going to be speaking TONIGHT in a fun, casual and interactive event called Café Scientifique.
HERE for more info.
I am moderating the event, which is called ‘Rethinking Mars and Venus: The truth about sex differences – and similarities – in the human brain.
This FREE event starts at 6pm at the College Street Bar (574 College Street, Toronto)
If you can’t be there in person, no worries! There is also a LIVE webcast that you can watch from the comfort of your own computer. (Pants optional.)
HERE to watch, starting at 6pm!
You can’t see the arrows in my back and leg.
Well Throners. That was that. The final episode of Season 3. Did it satisfy your inner dragon? Did it make you want to scream ‘HODOR’ into a well? Or did it just make you want to eat a sausage?
HERE to read my full recap on The Scrib website. Please remember to hit the Facebook ‘like’ on The Scrib page and comment away!
Well, the title may give away the surprise in the study, but do people who meet online have better success rate than those of us who meet our mates the traditional way?*
Click on the audio below to hear the story that aired on CBC Radio 1.
*’Traditional way’ to me means finding them on a cruise ship.
Guys. That episode was seriously intense.
Wow. Whether you’ve read the books or not, THAT episode was heartbreaking. On the upside, at least we got a week off the Theon torture-palooza.
HERE to read my full recap of ‘The Rains of Castamere’ at The Scrib website.
How’s THAT for a heck of a show title?
I am very pleased to be moderating this super fun and interesting Cafe Scientifique event brought to you by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Three top experts are going to bust popular myths about sex, gender and the human brain and I will be reigning in the delightful chaos!
One of the experts is even named Einstein!!!!
Come check it out:
College Street Bar -574 College St., Toronto
6pm – Thursday June 13, 2013.
HERE to go to their website to reserve a seat! IT’S FREE SCIENCE FOR YOUR BRAIN!
Are you a smoker looking for someone to blame for your habit? Look no further than your divorced parents.
Click below to listen to the story that aired on CBC Radio 1