« Spacing Radio is a bi-weekly podcast based in Toronto, Canada. We sit down with compelling and provocative civic leaders from Toronto, Montreal, and cities around the world to discuss the latest issues affecting the urban landscape. Our host David Michael Lamb and our cast of contributors will take you right into the middle of the public spaces and talk with the people that bring our cities to life.
Spacing Radio was launched in February 2009 by the people behind Spacing, the award-winning magazine that uncovers the joys, obstacles, and politics of our shared common spaces. The magazine, which first appeared in the winter of 2003, comes out three times a year. Spacing also publishes two daily blogs in Toronto and Montreal, as well as a photoblog (intermittently) and an elections blog called Spacing Votes (Toronto 2006, Ontario 2007) whenever the writ is dropped. Spacing is also known for creating a Toronto fashion craze with the creation of one-inch buttons that replicate every Toronto subway station’s platform design and colour scheme. »