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[14 Jul 2017]

The award-winning Georgia Straight journalist Travis Lupick talks to Joseph Planta about covering the opioid crisis in Vancouver and more.

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[4 Jul 2017]

The poet, writer, graphic designer and author Rhonda Ganz discusses her debut collection Frequent, Small Loads of Laundry (Mother Tongue, 2017), writing and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[26 Jun 2017]

The CBC Radio producer and host Geoff Turner discusses his new 10-week series beginning Tuesday, 27 June 2017 On Drugs, and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[25 May 2017]

The journalist and educator George Orr discusses his new film Talk!, screening Saturday, 03 June 2017, a documentary on news and talk radio in Vancouver, featuring the remarkable journalists and broadcasters like Jack Webster, Pat Burns, Rafe Mair, George Garrett, Warren Barker and others, with Joseph Planta.

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[8 May 2017]

The poet and literary agent Brian Wood discusses his latest collection of poetry and prose, Weekend Getaway at Generic Hotel (Sakura, 2017), poetry in Canada, politics and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[1 Feb 2017]

The veteran television personality Dave Gerry discusses his retirement from reporting at CTV Vancouver, many years elsewhere, storytelling, and more, with Joseph Planta.

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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.

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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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[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.