Mira Burt-Wintonick

Mira Burt-Wintonick (@mirabw) is co-creator and Senior Editor of CBC's Love Me.

Previously, she produced CBC's WireTap, in collaboration with host and creator Jonathan Goldstein, which won a Prix Italia for Best Original Radio Drama in 2015. Mira has also won a Grand Prix Nova for Call of Dating and a Miller Humour Prize for Toccata (both co-produced with Cristal Duhaime). She sometimes makes videos (How To Age Gracefully) and comedy fiction shows (Pen Pals). In 2006, she won the Best New Artist Award at the Third Coast International Audio Festival.


First Steps

Raising kids is one of life's biggest and most complicated adventures. Sometimes a basic task can present a monumental challenge - especially for new parents.

At a Loss for Words

"I want to turn you inside out and fold you into a tiny square..." Sometimes the word 'love' just doesn't sum up how we feel about someone.

This hour: phone solicitors, bottle evangelists, a mysterious cassette tape unearthed in the attic, and more.

This hour more of our faves, including Gloria Gaynor, a seventeen year-old retiree, and two spoofs: one microbiological and one murderous.

This hour, a deep dive into the anthem of the Confederacy, two different kinds of waves and a modern take on Romeo & Juliet.

Re:sound #268 Sleep Happy

This hour, family dramas can span across generations ...or just across the hallway.


This year we honored the best audio work in the following categories: Best Documentary (Gold, Silver, Bronze, Honorable Mention), Directors Choice, Best New Artist, Best News Feature and Radio Impact. Additionally, Ira Glass of This American Life created The Little Mermaid Award to honor beautifully produced work that is out for fun.