The author and journalist Alanna Mitchell discusses her upcoming show at the PuSh Festival (03 & 04 February 2015) Sea Sick, which is based on her acclaimed and bestselling book of the same name, which she discussed with Joseph Planta when it came out in 2009.
The acclaimed actress and playwright Anita Majumdar discusses her Fish Eyes Trilogy (Fish Eyes, Boys with Cars, and Let Me Borrow That Top), which is playing at the PuSh Festival (27-31 January 2015) at The Cultch, with Joseph Planta.
The director and actor Diane Brown, artisitc director of Ruby Slippers Theatre, discusses their latest production of two English translations of Quebec plays: Aprés Moi, and The List (28 January-01 Feburary 2015), with Joseph Planta.
Norman Armour, artistic and executive director of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival joins Joseph Planta to discuss the acclaimed festival, which begins 20 January (and runs to 08 February) 2015.
The healthy aging advocate, host of PBS series Classical Stretch, and former ballerina Miranda Esmonde-White discusses her recent book, Aging Backwards: 10 Years Younger and Ten Years Lighter in 30 Minutes a Day (Random House, 2014), with Joseph Planta.
The award-winning actor and satirist Harry Shearer of The Simpsons and This is Spinal Tap fame, discusses Richard Nixon, and playing the former president in a new series, Nixon’s the One, based on Nixon’s White House tapes, with Joseph Planta.
The journalist Diane Dakers discusses her new book, CHEK Republic: A Revolution in Local Television (Heritage House, 2014), the Victoria television station CHEK, its past and its future, with Joseph Planta.