Totally Spoke'd is a versatile show, combining a variety of perspectives and narratives, including bike stories drawn from cyclists invited by business cards left by the host, Christine Bruce;  commentary on topics like bike lanes and the relationship between motorists and cyclists; interviews with politicians, cycling advocates, planning experts, local businesses and public figures; advocacy for local events; and auditory travel logs with a microphone riding shotgun.

The show has dedicated Facebook (Totally Spoke’d on CICK) and Twitter (@rusticScribe) followers and correspondents, from cycling enthusiasts to local food advocates to musicians, from across the world. Although Christine frequently reaches out for interviews and has charming conversations with everyday cyclists, Totally Spoke'd has become established enough that cycling advocates in Copenhagen, Toronto, Vancouver, Istanbul and Brisbane have reached out to her.

Program Genre: 
CRTC Category: 
Cat 1
  • Monday 11am-12pm
  • Thursday 11am-12pm
DJs: 
  • A rebroadcast of two stories from 2015: Winteborne Bicycle Institute and Roving Dental Hygiene.

  • Two stories from the Totally Spoke’d archives!

  • B’s Bike Bites is a mobile ice cream business that brings yummy summer treats to neighbourhoods in Kingston, Ontario.

  • Corina and Michael Weber will introduce us to Michael's mother, Elfi, who has an extraordinary story about a bicycle

  • My guest today is Taylor Bachrach, MP for Skeena-Bulkley Valley, and a man who loves bicycles!

  • In this episode, the second of that two-part series on Pinar Pinzuti, from the elegant and very romantic Milan, Italy

  • Today we’re heading to Milan, Italy for the first of a really classy two-part conversation with Pinar Pinzuti.

  • My guest this week is Patrick Johnstone: we're going to discuss the newly increased BC dooring fine. 

  • Nick’s Shaved Ice Paradise is a modest trailer business that runs out of the Wolfforth Farmers’ Market in place calle

  • Two of Toronto’s colourful characters are introduced in this episode: Martin de la Rue, a postman who delivers the mo

  • Kara Schaefer and I head out on a hot ‘girl’s date’ along Tatlow Road to the mighty village of Telkwa.

  • Dylan Penner is a Climate and Social Justice Campaigner for the Council of Canadians.

  • Wondering how Vancouver was handling the pandemic infrastructure changes, I contacted Lisa Corriveau.

  • Tom Flood is a content creator and strategist in Hamilton, Ontario.

  • There are tonnes of great bike events but none can touch the Carfree Sunday events in Jakarta, Indonesia.

  • A clever little app called Sprocket is turning up all over social media, just in time to feed the world's sudden inte

  • Part two of that conversation I started last week with Albert Koehl.

  • Two exceptional bike advocates--Angela Bischoff (who will relate her late husband Tooker Gomberg's contribution) and

  • Leah Ferguson (and the MASRC) is giving away bikes to indigenous students in Winnipeg. Coolio!

  • Jenn Wicks rides a bike in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, a place dear to my heart.

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