The distinguished historian Mark Zuehlke discusses his first book, published in 1994 and now reissued, Scoundrels, Dreamers and Second Sons: British Remittance Men in the Canadian West (Harbour Publishing, 2016), with Joseph Planta.
The academics and authors Louis D. Druehl and Bridgette E. Clarkston discuss their new book Pacific Seaweeds: A Guide to Common Seaweeds of the West Coast (Harbour Publishing, 2016), with Joseph Planta.
The Neurotherapist and behavioural specialist Dr. Mari K. Swingle discusses her book i-Minds: How Cell Phones, Computers, Gaming, and Social Media Are Changing Our Brains, Our Behaviour, and the Evolution of Our Species (New Society, 2016), with Joseph Planta.
The author, broadcaster and retired educator Brian Antonson discusses the book Slumach’s Gold: In Search of a Legend (Heritage House, 1997), co-written with Mary Trainer and Rick Antonson, radio, his years at BCIT, and more, with Joseph Planta.
The author Sam Wiebe discusses his new novel, Invisible Dead: A Wakeland Novel (Random House, 2016), his Vancouver-based private investigator Dave Wakeland and the people he encounters as he solves a missing persons case, and Vancouver itself, with Joseph Planta.
The broadcaster, author, and counsellor David Berner joins Joseph Planta in person to talk about recent travels, his Pass the Pickle video posts, shares anecdotes from his years of broadcasting, affordability in Vancouver, drug use, and more.
The journalist Matthew Lazin-Ryder, a producer at CBC Radio’s The 180, discusses public feedback, affordability in Vancouver, referenda, Brexit, American politics, Murphy Brown, and more, with Joseph Planta.