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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The Managing Artistic Director of Realwheels Theatre Rena Cohen discusses their new production of Creeps (01-10 December 2016, at the Historic Theatre at The Cultch), the David E. Freeman play that will feature a mixed ability cast, with Joseph Planta.