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Syndicate Looking at Lyme

We make a podcast about Lyme disease awareness and prevention. We are just starting our fourth season and we have a growing audience, covering a wide range of topics related to Lyme disease prevention and awareness.

Host Sarah Cormode interviews experts in the fields of medicine, science and outdoor education. Each episode is usually 20 to 25 minutes in length. The tone is positive and upbeat. One of our favourite episodes is this interview with famous brain researcher, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Do you have some interest in syndicating any of our episodes?

You can reach us at

We would be happy to answer any questions you may have!  

Frequently asked questions

Do you have a promo that we can use?

Yes! We do. Please feel welcome to download this or get in touch if there’s something else you need.

Is there a cost to syndication?

Our podcast is free for university and community radio stations to syndicate. If you’re not sure if you qualify, get in touch!

How do we get the audio?

Most stations download our episodes from Podcast Addict.

Are you on Twitter?

Yes! We’re happy to follow you and amplify anything you share about our podcast. Let us know your handle! @lookingatlyme_

Do you have any graphics we can share?

You can use any of the feature images that are available on our show notes. Please link back to our episodes and show notes.

Are you on Instagram?

Yes, we’re happy to follow you and amplify anything your share about our podcast via stories or posts. Contact us if you want to plan something around Instagram. Find us at @CanLyme_Canada

Are episodes about specific events?

No, not really. Our episodes are designed to be evergreen. They’re interviews with researchers and doctors and outdoor educators.

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