The Artistic Director of the Vancouver Writers Fest, Hal Wake joins Joseph Planta to preview the week to come on Granville Island and beyond, with all the notable writers coming to town for its 27th year.
Western Gold Theatre’s latest production of Edward Albee’s Three Tall Women opens this week, and Joseph Planta speaks to one of its actors Anna Hagan, and the production’s director, Terence Kelly, about the show, Albee, and more.
The founder of Soup Sisters, Sharon Hapton discusses the new cookbook, The Soup Sisters and Broth Brothers Cookbook: More than 100 Heart-Warming Seasonal Recipes for You to Cook At Home (Appetite, 2014), with Joseph Planta.
Mark Prior, the author and entertainment executive, discusses his first novel Shadowlands (Lulu, 2014), and the themes therein: postraumatic stress disorder, war, memory, and family, with Joseph Planta.
The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Sheryl WuDunn discusses the book she’s co-written (with Nicholas Kristof), A Path Appears: Transforming Lives, Creating Opportunity (Knopf, 2014), with Joseph Planta.
The Academy Award winning filmmaker John Zaritsky discusses his new documentary, A Different Drummer: Celebrating Eccentrics, which debuts at the Vancouver International Film Festival this week, with Joseph Planta.
Edmund Metatawabin, author, educator, and former chief of the Fort Albany First Nations discusses his new memoir, Up Ghost River: A Chief’s Journey Through the Turbulent Waters of Native History (Knopf, 2014), with Joseph Planta.