Meet unique spirits, people with angles, and creative juice to spare. Adventurers, musicians, and all walks of life are represented.

TSP163 – The Undefinable Spirit: John Arnone – Us and Them: Canada, Canadians and The Beatles November 7, 2021 – Just when you think there’s nothing more to know or learn about The Beatles, a Canadian born writer, whose life-long passion with the band and their music ventures to explore it from his own national connection. The result is a story about the fab four, profound in its purely Canadian perspective. John Arnone: https://www.beatlesandcanada.com

TSP152 – The Undefinable Spirit: Kimberly Van Ryn – The compassionate heart. June 6, 2021 – Kimberly Van Ryn, founder of Branching Out Support Services in Orangeville, Ontario, Canada, shares her lifelong passion for helping those less fortunate. Utilizing life lessons from overcoming her own addictions, she brings a unique enthusiasm and humility to the task of supporting the neuro-diverse in the community, emphasizing at the same time the importance of “breathing into the heart”.
Kimberly Van Ryn: https://www.branchingoutsupportservices.ca

TSP150 – The Undefinable Spirit: Andrew Welch – ‘Our Second Chance’, part 3 of 3 – A New Dawning. May 9, 2021 – In part 3 of a 3 part interview, Andrew Welch joins us in our studio, to talk about the shape of things to come. A new dawning would include radical notions such as alternative currencies (demurrage), new approaches to the electoral process, and reexamining the whole idea of ownership. Andrew Welch: http://www.thevaluecrisis.com

TSP149 – The Undefinable Spirit: Andrew Welch – ‘Our Second Chance’, part 2 of 3 – The Gift Economy. April 25, 2021 – In part 2 of a 3 part interview, Andrew returns to uncover the true meaning of a ‘Gift Economy’ and its practical applications to our society. Surprisingly, a society based on a qualitative gift economy, may be the critical next step in our evolution. Andrew Welch: http://www.thevaluecrisis.com

TSP148 – The Undefinable Spirit: Andrew Welch – ‘Our Second Chance’, part 1 of 3 – Universal Basic Income. April 11, 2021 – In part 1 of a 3 part interview, we revisit Andrew’s his first book, The Value Crisis and explore the soon to be published sequel – Our Second Chance, focusing on universal basic income (UBI), as one example how of a shift in our value system can produce a profound change in the way our society operates. Andrew Welch: http://www.thevaluecrisis.com

TSP147 – The Undefinable Spirit: Getting casually baked with Johanna Nuding. March 28, 2021 – Storyteller and experiential marketing maven Johanna Nuding, enlightens us about the cannabis lifestyle and wellness. Her edutainment ‘potcast’, Casually Baked, explores the medicinal and responsible sides of cannabis and its enhancement of everyday experiences. Her commitment to educating the public is inspiring.
Johanna Nuding: https://www.casuallybaked.com & https://mjskinrelief.com

TSP143 – The Undefinable Spirit: Ricky Schaede – Engaging the ethereal.
January 31, 2021 
– Writer/historian/theatre artist Hugh Brewster is truly a man of many hats. In this interview, Hugh shares fascinating stories, from meeting Jacqueline Onassis and James Cameron, to working with Robert Ballard, the discoverer of the Titanic. Ricky Schaede: https://rickyschaede.com

– From Delhi to Canada, Simran Bhamu’s journey has taken her through poverty, immigration, racism, politics, and ultimately a fulfilling life in a country she now calls home. Simran Bhamu is the definition of a very capable, compassionate and enlightened soul. Simran Bhamu: simran.bhamu@gmail.com

– If there was ever an example of how a world view can impact one’s life, Janet-Lynn Morrison is one. Understanding, forgiveness and resiliency resonate throughout our phone conversation with this intelligent and caring soul. Her story of moving ‘from 0 to fierce’ is compelling and inspirational. Janet-Lynn Morrision: https://www.janet-lynn.com

– Numerous times in her young life, Nicole Wicki, has had the courage to make life changing decisions en route to making a life more connected to nature, balancing body and mind. Swiss born and raised, she currently makes her home on a remote 10 acre farm on ‘Te Waipounamu’ (Maori name for New Zealand’s South Island), striving to live off the grid, while embracing a healthier lifestyle. Nicole Wicki: http://www.wickiwell.com

TSP126 –  – In our second interview with Dr. Six we explore changes to relationships in the face of a global pandemic. Surprisingly, when it comes to the world of our primal instincts, our sexual life has remained for the most part remained unchanged during this period of personal and social upheaval. Claudia Six: http://www.drsix.net

TSP124 – The Undefinable Spirit: Sandy Brown, citizen first, Mayor second. A down to earth conversation with the Mayor of Orangeville, a small town in Southern Ontario Canada, as the community responds to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. From Zoom coffee chats to encouraging support for small business, Mayor Sandy Brown offers a very candid and grounded perspective. Sandy Brown: Orangeville Mayor

TSP119 – The Undefinable Spirit: Sohayla Smith’s peace of the heart. March 2, 2020 – Singer songwriter, music therapist, belly dancer and more, Sohayla shares her very human approach to art and community. Sohayla Smith: http://www.sohaylasmith.com

TSP116 – The Undefinable Spirit: Richard Mongiat and the big picture. On the heels of our previous podcast, between dog and wolf, inspired by a painting of the same name, the hosts discuss all things art with painter Richard Mongiat, whose focus and range of activities, elevates him beyond the typical one note artist. Richard Mongiat: https://www.richardmongiat.com

TSP108 – The Undefinable Spirit: Stefan Wiesen – Painting the world green.Dufferin – Caledon federal Green Party candidate Stefan Wiesen says, quote, “We must take a holistic approach to build a modern state that leaves nobody behind.” His obvious passion and commitment for the environment and people is evident in his clear-headed and grounded approach to the issues we all face. Stefan Wiesen: https://www.wiesen.ca

TSP106 – The Undefinable Spirit: Michael McCreary – Punching up, never down.Brampton born and Orangeville raised Michael McCreary is an ‘aspie’ of a different colour. With a mind as agile as a whippet, Michael navigates his life with humour and humility, bestowing on us a deeper understanding of what it means to be autistic. Michael McCreary: https://www.aspiecomic.com

TSP101 – The Undefinable Spirit: Andrea Bird – Dancing on the curve of life. Andrea Bird: http://andreabird.com

TSP096 – The Undefinable Spirit: Drew Marshall, a red letter agnostic theist.

TSP086 – The Undefinable Spirit: The bassoon takes a bow, with Nadina Mackie Jackson. Nadina Mackie Jackson: https://nadinamackiejackson.com

TSP081 – The Undefinable Spirit: Re-imagining Architecture with Robert Arnone. January 28, 2019President and owner, Robert Arnone, of R.H. Carter Architects shares the often unseen inner workings of the Architectural world. Spanning a 30 year career, he describes how the ‘doing of architecture’ has, and is evolving. R.H. Carter & Associates: http://www.rhcarter.com

TSP069 – The Undefinable Spirit: Celebrating the spoken word with Valentino Assenza.

TSP064 – The Undefinable Spirit: Dr. Claudia Six on her book, Erotic Integrity.Dr. Claudia Six: http://www.drsix.net

TSP055 – The Undefinable Spirit: Readin’ & rollin’ with Lindsay Shaw.

TSP045 – The Undefinable Spirit: Blues & Jazz Bops Into Town: 16 years of musical joy.Peter and Harry talk with Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival founder Larry Kurtz. Orangeville Blues & Jazz: https://orangevillebluesandjazz.ca