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[17 Oct 2017]

The entrepreneur and founder of WIND Mobile Anthony Lacavera discusses his new book How We Can Win: And What Happens to Us and Our Country If We Don’t (Random House, 2017), the business culture in Canada and how it could improve, with Joseph Planta.

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[16 Oct 2017]

The bestselling author and food writer Julie Van Rosendaal discusses Best of Bridge: Sunday Suppers (Robert Rose, 2017), the latest in the Bridge series featuring a variety of recipes, with Joseph Planta.

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[14 Oct 2017]

The late Rafe Mair, broadcaster, writer, environmentalist and former BC cabinet minister, is remembered by his friend and former producer Shiral Tobin, and former CKNW reporter George Garrett, with clips from interviews Mair did with host Joseph Planta.

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[13 Oct 2017]

The artist Rohit Chokhani discusses Diwali in BC, a five-week event beginning this weekend, and Project SAT (South Asian Theatre), an initiative to promote theatrical production here, as well he discusses his work at various production companies here in Vancouver, with Joseph Planta.

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[11 Oct 2017]

The outgoing artistic director of the Vancouver Writers Fest, Hal Wake previews the upcoming 30th annual gathering at Granville Island (16-22 October 2017), reflects on his 12 years at the festival, books and publishing, and his career in broadcasting, with Joseph Planta.

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[5 Oct 2017]

The writer and blogger Michael Kwan discusses his new book, Beyond the Baby Babble: Surviving Life as a Work-at-Home Dad (2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[5 Oct 2017]

The founder and editor-in-chief of Vancouver is Awesome Bob Kronbauer discusses the sale of the venerable website and his continuing role with it at Glacier Media, as well as his Leo Award nominated series for Telus Optik BC Was Awesome, with Joseph Planta.

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[4 Oct 2017]

The noted actor and director William B. Davis discusses the new Western Gold Theatre production of Homeward Bound by Elliott Hayes, which runs at the PAL Studio Theatre 06-29 October 2017, with Joseph Planta.

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[4 Oct 2017]

The filmmaker Christopher Auchter discusses his short film The Mountains of SGaana, screening at the Vancouver International Film Festival, Haida culture and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[3 Oct 2017]

The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik discusses his new book At the Strangers’ Gate: Arrivals in New York (Knopf, 2017), New York City, the Trump presidency and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[3 Oct 2017]

The acclaimed filmmaker Charles Officer discusses his new documentary feature Unarmed Verses, about a low-income housing block in Toronto that is being redeveloped, and the immigrant families who are affected, in particular a charismatic young girl named Francine Valentine, with Joseph Planta.

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[2 Oct 2017]

The Globe and Mail’s Doug Saunders discusses his new book Maximum Canada: Why 35 Million Canadians Aren’t Enough (Knopf, 2017), and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[2 Oct 2017]

The artist and artistic director and co-founder of Miscellaneous Productions Elaine Carol discusses their 2017 production, Monsters which will run at the Scotiabank Dance Centre, 06 & 07 October 2017, with Joseph Planta.

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[28 Sep 2017]

Joe Calendino and Gary Little, the authors of To Hell and Back (L&C Press, 2017), discuss Joe’s life as a former member of the Hells Angels, as well as the depths of addiction he’s experienced, with Joseph Planta. Also discussed is the Yo Bro Yo Girl initiative to help at risk youth, which Joe and Gary founded.

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[27 Sep 2017]

The distinguished author and playwright John MacLachlan Gray discusses his new novel The White Angel (Douglas & McIntyre, 2017), the 1924 murder of Janet Smith that the book is based on, as well he reflects on his writing, career, Vancouver and much more, with Joseph Planta.