The versatile and acclaimed actress Gabrielle Rose is the recipient of the Sam Payne Lifetime Achievement Award from the Union of British Columbia Performers. She discusses the award, her career and the future with Joseph Planta.
The veteran journalist and former BCTV news director, Cameron Bell discusses his career in journalism, as well as the genesis of the News Hour, and his thoughts on news gathering today, with Joseph Planta.
Satire, comedy, and the future of The Syrup Trap, the Canadian humour magazine are all discussed with its editor-in-chief Nick Zarzycki, who highlights the Syrup Trap’sPatreon campaign and more, with Joseph Planta.
The poet, podcaster, and editor-in-chief of Poetry is Dead Daniel Zomparelli talks about the local writing scene and the Read Local BC event he’s hosting, Wednesday, 15 April 2015, Roughing it in the Bush Revisited, and more, with Joseph Planta.
The BC Liberal MLA for Vancouver-False Creek, and former mayor of the City of Vancouver, Sam Sullivan joins Joseph Planta to discuss Abraham Lincoln, his legacy and his impact in the United States and beyond.
The actress Emmelia Gordon returns to the Firehall Arts Centre’s production of last year’s hit, Proud by Michael Healey (a role that was nominated for a Jessie Award), from 07-25 April 2015. She discusses her part, politics and more, with Joseph Planta.
Diane Brown, the artistic director of Ruby Slippers Theatre, talks about playing the title role their production of Linda Griffiths’s The Duchess a.k.a. Wallis Simpson, running from 07-18 April 2015 at the Historic Theatre at the Cultch; as well she and Joseph Planta discuss The Duke and Duchess of Windsor and more.
The actor Andrew Wheeler discusses his role as the Prime Minister in Michael Healey’s play Proud, playing at the Firehall Arts Centre 07-25 April 2015, Stephen Harper, politics, theatre in Vancouver, and more, with Joseph Planta.
The executive director of the Association of Book Publishers of British ColumbiaMargaret Reynolds, talks to Joseph Planta about Read Local BC, and the various events between April 1st and April 22, 2015 throughout BC to showcase books and the book industry of the province.