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[2 Nov 2017]

The comedian Evany Rosen discusses her new book What I Think Happened: An Underresearched History of the Western World (Robin’s Egg, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[31 Oct 2017]

The CBC’s Rosemary Barton, one of the new hosts of The National, talks to Joseph Planta, about the new broadcast debuting Monday, 06 November 2017, what to expect, and working with her colleagues Adrienne Arsenault, Andrew Chang, and Ian Hanomansing.

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[30 Oct 2017]

The activist and award-winning broadcaster Garth Mullins joins Joseph Planta to talk about current affairs in Vancouver, affordability, the opioid crisis, as well as capitalism, fascism, and media.

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[26 Oct 2017]

The writer Lauren McKeon discusses her new book F-Bomb: Dispatches from the War on Feminism (Goose Lane, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[25 Oct 2017]

The restaurateur and writer Jen Agg discusses her memoir I Hear She’s A Real Bitch (Doubleday, 2017), sexism, the restaurant business, and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[23 Oct 2017]

The Georgia Straight’s Doug Sarti discuses the new book he’s written with Dan McLeod, The Georgia Straight: A 50th Anniversary Celebration (Rocky Mountain Books, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[23 Oct 2017]

The journalist Joe Hagan discusses his new book Sticky Fingers: The Life and Times of Jann Wenner and Rolling Stone Magazine (Knopf, 2017), with Joseph Planta.

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[14 Oct 2017]

The late Rafe Mair, broadcaster, writer, environmentalist and former BC cabinet minister, is remembered by his friend and former producer Shiral Tobin, and former CKNW reporter George Garrett, with clips from interviews Mair did with host Joseph Planta.

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[3 Oct 2017]

The New Yorker’s Adam Gopnik discusses his new book At the Strangers’ Gate: Arrivals in New York (Knopf, 2017), New York City, the Trump presidency and more, with Joseph Planta.

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[2 Oct 2017]

The Globe and Mail’s Doug Saunders discusses his new book Maximum Canada: Why 35 Million Canadians Aren’t Enough (Knopf, 2017), and more, with Joseph Planta.