The playwrights Jane Clayton and Judy Ginn Walchuk discuss their first play, Comfort Cottages, which is being staged by Western Gold Theatre 30 September-23 October 2016 at the PAL Studio Theatre, with Joseph Planta.
A fun, wide-ranging chat was had between Cathy Jones and Joseph Planta, as Jones previews her one-woman show, opening up the Firehall Arts Centre’s fall season Stranger to Hard Work, playing 28 September-08 October 2016; they also discuss her years on television (This Hour Has 22 Minutes and CODCO) and more.
The veteran journalist and former BCIT journalism instructor George Orr discusses his intention to run for the BC Green Party in North Vancouver Lonsdale, and the challenges from the party as to his running in the May 2017 provincial election, with Joseph Planta.
The bestselling and award-winning author of They Called Me Number One, Bev Sellars joins Joseph Planta to discuss her new book Price Paid: The Fight for First Nations Survival (Talonbooks, 2016), and her upcoming appearance with the Vancouver Writers Fest, Thursday, 22 September 2016.
The security consultant and retired Vancouver Police Department and Transit Police officer Curtis Robinson talks to Joseph Planta about various issues related to policing, crime and safety in Metro Vancouver.
The journalist and bestselling author Loretta Napoleoni discusses her new book, Merchants of Men: How Jihadists and ISIS Turned Kidnapping and Refugee Trafficking into a Multibillion-Dollar Business (Seven Stories Press, 2016), with Joseph Planta.
The filmmaker Joella Cabalu talks to Joseph Planta, about her new documentary It Runs in the Family, which screens at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival, Tuesday, 16 August 2016; they discuss Filipino identity and more.
Checking in during their summer break, Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta present a new episode of Two P’s in a Podcast talking about recent travels, parenting, the Pokemon Go phenomenon, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, flossing, and more.
The distinguished historian Mark Zuehlke discusses his first book, published in 1994 and now reissued, Scoundrels, Dreamers and Second Sons: British Remittance Men in the Canadian West (Harbour Publishing, 2016), with Joseph Planta.