Kathryn Borel is a writer and sometimes a producer. Her book Corked: A Memoir was a finalist for the 2010 Stephen Leacock Memorial Medal for Humour and chosen as one of the best books of 2009 by The National Post, Quill & Quire and Eye Weekly. She was one of the founding producers for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s top-rated radio show Q, and stayed there for three good years. She also helped develop CBC’s Day Six with Brent Bambury. Both shows are national arts and culture programs.
Paul F. Tompkins welcomes everyone on the spot to this week’s episode of Spontaneanation! This week, Paul’s special guest is writer/author Kathryn Borel! They chat about who played the role of Kathryn's high school mentor, how Canada is forced to notice what…Listen
Hilarious writer and editor for The Believer, Kathryn Borel joins Andrew all this week to answer some racism questions. Today they talk about Canada, the new Country radio station, and Southern Rap music. Be sure to call us at (323) 389-RACE to…Listen
Today's episode with Kathryn Borel, author of the biting and hilarious "Corked", hard hitting journalist and dear friend to Elizabeth, was a trial of sorts: Can we class things up with a smarty pants journalist and author? Can we avoid our usual…Listen