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[22 Dec 2016]

The author Christina Johnson-Dean joins Joseph Planta to discuss her latest book, the ninth book in the Unheralded Artists of British Columbia series, The Life and Art of Mary Filer (Mother Tongue Publishing, 2016).

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[21 Dec 2016]

The teacher and author Patrick O’Neil discusses his book, Cowboy Movies and American Culture: Understanding the Invasion of Iraq (2016), with Joseph Planta.

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[19 Dec 2016]

Corin Mullins, CEO and co-founder of HapiFoods Group Inc., discusses the Holy Crap cereals, and the new book, The Holy Crap Cookbook: Sixty Wonderfully Healthy, Marvellously Delicious and Fantastically Easy Gluten-Free Recipes (Douglas & McIntyre, 2016), with Joseph Planta.

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[19 Dec 2016]

For the last Two P’s in a Podcast for 2016, Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta reflect on the year, Christmas, and texting etiquette.

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[14 Dec 2016]

The academic and former journalist Marc Edge discusses his new book, The News We Deserve: The Transformation of Canada’s Media Landscape (New Star Books, 2016), with Joseph Planta.

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[12 Dec 2016]

Kai Nagata and Max Fawcett join Joseph Planta to talk politics, the Trans Mountain Pipeline, carbon pricing, electoral reform, and more.

Two P's in a Podcast »

[12 Dec 2016]

Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta discuss Louis CK’s recent performances in Vancouver, online commenters, movie and television recommendations (Black Mirror, White Girl, and Blue Jay), Christmas and more, for the latest Two P’s in a Podcast show.

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[9 Dec 2016]

The author and historian Kate Bird discusses her new book of photographs from the Vancouver Sun’s archive, Vancouver in the Seventies: Photos from a Decade that Changed the City (Greystone, 2016), with Joseph Planta.

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[8 Dec 2016]

Joseph Planta marks the 1400th show with brief remarks reflecting on the last 12 and a half years of interviewing.

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[5 Dec 2016]

The filmmaker Tiffany Hsiung discusses her critically acclaimed first feature The Apology, a film that follows three grandmothers seeking a formal apology from the Japanese government for their enslavement as ‘comfort women’ during World War II, with Joseph Planta.

Two P's in a Podcast »

[5 Dec 2016]

For the 40th episode of Two P’s in a Podcast, Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta talk at length about the Insecure season finale, snow in Vancouver, and Amy Schumer and Louis CK.

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[2 Dec 2016]

The authors Marjorie Simmins and Silver Donald Cameron talk about their cross-country trip via RV from Nova Scotia to British Columbia, the stops along the way, the food, and talks and book signings across Canada, with Joseph Planta.

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[2 Dec 2016]

The psychiatrist and author Gordon Warme, MD discusses his new book Brain Evangelists: How Psychiatry Has Convinced Us to Believe in Its Far-Fetched Science and Dubious Treatments (UAC Press, 2016), with Joseph Planta.

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[1 Dec 2016]

The writer, historian, and former newspaper proprietor Conrad Black discusses the forthcoming Trump presidency, and his new collection Backward Glances: People and Events from Inside and Out (Signal, 2016), and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[30 Nov 2016]

The academic and former senior civil servant Richard Saillant discusses his new book, A Tale of Two Countries: How the Great Demographic Imbalance is Pulling Canada Apart (Nimbus, 2016), with Joseph Planta.