Alone Together is a curious exploration of loneliness through time, history, art, science and culture.

It’s a big topic and a universal one. What can loneliness teach us about being alone and how does being alone bring us together? Tune in to discover elements of loneliness that are illuminating, some that are simply fascinating and stories that will make you understand how alone we are together. 

NEXT episode Drops In

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

Listen Now

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn
Previous
Next
Previous
Next

SHOW NOTES

Frome: The Town That Cured Loneliness

You’ve really hit the jackpot if in the county of Somerset, you are a resident of Frome, a town built on the eastern edge of Mendip Hills. Population in Frome: 28,000. The number of lonely? Perhaps zero.

More »

Peg Fong  Host

Peg Fong is a journalist and a former newspaper reporter at The Vancouver Sun, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. She was a reporter and producer for the CBC in Vancouver and is currently the Vancouver correspondent for The Economist Magazine. She teaches journalism and business at Langara College and Kwantlen Polytechnic University. 

Peg Fong  Host

Peg Fong is a journalist and a former newspaper reporter at The Vancouver Sun, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. She was a reporter and producer for the CBC in Vancouver and is currently the Vancouver correspondent for The Economist Magazine. She teaches journalism and business at Langara College and Kwantlen Polytechnic University.

Tweet us on Facegram