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  • 3 – Hook Ups Jul 09 2018
    Lindsay and her guests share their most notable hook up/ one-night stand experiences and have an in depth discussion about hook up culture. Guests include: Ashley Botting, Freddie Rivas, Shanda Bezic, Briana Templeton and Jillian Welsh.
  • Ep. 75 Ashley Botting Mar 13 2017
    The Spooky Convention Booth Today on Spooked! Clare looks dead, Kristy has brunch, Ashley is unimpressed with her grandson’s fiancé, and Chelsea laughs at someone’s misfortune. It's the last one with our special guest hosts so you better enjoy it while you can! So get under those covers and get ready to get Spooked!
  • 138: Finding Nemo – with Ashley Botting (LIVE at Toronto Fringe Festival) Mar 03 2017
    The Nice Guys flawlessly recreate “Finding Nemo”
    Recorded LIVE at the Toronto Fringe Festival
    Featuring the HILARIOUS Ashley Botting!
  • Musical Improv (LIVE) Dec 21 2016
    It's the finale of Season 3! In this episode of The Backline LIVE, a reluctant Adam takes a tour through the world of musical improv with some of Toronto's best musical performers. Along the way he discovers how to sing, compose a narrative through song, and rhyme with help from Ashley Botting (CBC Because News), Kevin Vidal (Sunnyside), Jan Caruana (Second City), Phatt Al (God Made Me Funky), and Graham Wright (Tokyo Police Club). At the end of this adventure, Adam learns the true value of Christmas cheer and improvises a song onstage. Special thanks to: Ayaka Kinugawa, Kevin Frank, Matt Hallworth, Steve Cruickshank, Holly Wyder, and the Brunswick project. See you in a few months!
  • Women in Comedy Aug 20 2015
    This week Rob Norman does his best impression of Ira Glass! It’s an entire episode dedicated to the stories of funny women across North America: Stacey Hallal (Portland), Stacey McGunnigle (Los Angeles), Jan Caruana (Toronto), Ashley Botting (Toronto), Susan Messing (Chicago), and Kristie Gunter (Toronto). Music design by Steve Cruickshank and the Brunswick Project. Special musical thanks to Anne Douris. With music from Stella Ella Ola, and Token.