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[24 May 2017]

The author and Humber College professor Mike Dover discusses his new book Dante’s Infinite Monkeys: Technology Meets the 7 Deadly Sins (Humber Press, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[23 May 2017]

The New York Times reporter Jack Ewing discusses his new book Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal (W.W. Norton, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[23 May 2017]

The orthopaedic surgeon and author Dr. Stephen Pinney discusses his book How Hockey Can Save Healthcare: A Principle-Based Approach to Reforming the Canadian Healthcare System (Lulu, 2016), with Joseph Planta.

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[18 May 2017]

The war journalist and contributing writer to the New York Times Magazine Scott Anderson discusses his new book Fractured Lands: How the Arab World Came Apart (Signal, 2017), a look at the Middle East following the Arab Spring through today and into the future, with Joseph Planta.

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[17 May 2017]

The author and activist Cory Doctorow discusses his new book Walkaway (Tor Books, 2017), writing, and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[16 May 2017]

The journalist Elizabeth Rains discusses here new book Demon in My Blood: My Fight with Hep C—And a Miracle Cure (Greystone, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[15 May 2017]

The retired Canadian Amry veteran, Colonel John Conrad discusses his new book Among the Walking Wounded: Soldiers, Survival, and PTSD (Dundurn, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[15 May 2017]

For the last episode of Two P’s in a Podcast until fall 2017, Jackie Pierre and Joseph Planta discuss Mother’s Day, last Tuesday’s election in BC, and summer plans.

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[11 May 2017]

The author and broadcaster Grant Lawrence discusses his career in music as the lead singer of The Smugglers and his new memoir Dirty Windshields: The Best and the Worst of the Smugglers Tour Diaries (Douglas & McIntyre, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[10 May 2017]

The artist and author Lorina Mapa discusses her new graphic novel Duran Duran, Imelda Marcos, and Me (Conundrum Press, 2017), a look at her family, growing up and living in the Philippines during the 1970s and 1980s, and the country itself, with Joseph Planta.