Could Hobbits be real? We speak with Oxford-educated anthropologist Dr. Gregory Forth about a remarkable discovery on an Indonesian island that is guaranteed to blow your mind. But first, you want REAL talk? Sixties Scoop survivors Lew Jobs and Sandra Relling join Ryan in the Real Talk studio.
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5:20 | Lew Jobs was homeless for years. He grew up raised by a white family after being taken from his family in Tuktoyaktuk, and has struggled with his identity ever since. He and fellow Sixties Scoop survivor Sandra Relling join Ryan in studio for a powerful conversation about the past, present, and future.
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43:40 | Could Hobbits actually be real? The truth is, anthropologist Greg Forth doesn't prefer the term...but he doesn't deny the (potential CURRENT) existence of curious-looking creatures known to inhabit a remote Indonesian island tens of thousands of years ago. This interview is guaranteed to blow your mind!
CHECK OUT DR. FORTH'S BOOK: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Between-Ape-and-Human/Gregory-Forth/9781639361434
1:11:45 | Jasper in January is nearly upon us! This year's edition is full of exclusive menus, unique dishes, and irresistible specials. Don't miss the details highlighted in this week's edition of #MyJasper Memories presented by Tourism Jasper!
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