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They all want cake. (The Meligrove Band gets baked with Mat & Dave)

They all want cake. (The Meligrove Band gets baked with Mat & Dave)

Last night I finally had a chance to listen to Let’s Get Baked with Mat & Dave, a Halifax, Nova Scotia radio program that combines two things humans can’t live without–food and music. Each week Mat & Dave cook up yummy vegan food with a guest band and play some great music. They just aired their season finale, but you can listen to the back episodes on their website.

Let’s Get Baked with Mat & Dave isn’t the only great audio program coming out of Canada. Animal Voices is pretty consistent in its awesome coverage of vegan issues and personalities. The Toronto Vegetarian Association, Canada’s oldest and largest vegeterian organization, has recently added a podcast to its site. Listen to stay tuned to veggie happenings at their resource center, the Toronto area, and beyond.

Other vegan podcasts I love are: VeganFreak Radio (I double heart Bob and Jenna!) and the Generation V podcast brought to us by the amiable Tammy and Chris of Bay Area Veg.

Sadly, Erik Marcus is no longer presenting Erik’s Diner (which was one of the earliest podcasts) in its original format. He is now producing smaller programs (sometimes in unique formats) that will play on other shows like VeganFreak Radio but you can still listen to Erik’s Diner on his website.

Go Vegan Radio! with California’s Bob Linden is still strong after 5 years as “the planet’s first and only commercial vegan radio show.” This week’s program features an interview with Camile Hankins who is founder of Win Animal Rights (or WAR), a great NYC/NJ group that campaigns against vivisectors like Huntingdon Life Sciences.

Happy listening!

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