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Book donated by John Doyle.

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A Great Feast of Light by John Doyle - autographed

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Feast on this autographed hardcover copy of the gorgeous A Great Feast of Light: Growing Up Irish in the Television Age, in which John Doyle "surveys childhood memories and social history, using the ever-relevant world of television to throw light on the dark, recent past of Ireland." Value $30 - donated by the author.

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  1. Mark Ellis bid C$30.00 on 2011-12-17 10:27:25 [auto]
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Bid now in the TV, eh? Midseason Charity Auction, benefiting Kids Help Phone. See all auction items here.

Book donated by John Doyle.

Note: This auction uses proxy bidding. You place your maximum bid and therefore only have to bid once. Your bid will register as the lowest possible winning bid. When you are outbid by another bidder, the auction will continue to bid on your behalf up to your maximum until the auction closes. Placing your maximum bet eliminates the need to monitor an auction and place increasingly larger bids.

The auction closes January 13, 2012.

The World is a Ball by John Doyle - autographed

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"All the world's a ball and all the men and women merely soccer players." I think I've got that right. Bid to win an autographed hard cover copy of The World is a Ball: The Joy, Madness and Meaning of Soccer by John Doyle, a beautifully written book not just for fans of the beautiful game. Value $30 - donated by the author.

Category: book

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  1. Mark Ellis bid C$15.00 on 2011-12-18 13:31:08 [auto]
  2. Mark Ellis bid C$15.00 on 2011-12-18 13:31:08
  3. Mark Ellis bid C$7.00 on 2011-12-18 13:31:08
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From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:

  • Doyles, suspicions, pawns and clues: It’s your move, Endgame
    “Yes, it’s fairly light but with a good emotional tone. But the key element is we go inside Arkady Balagan’s brain and watch him re-enact things inside his head. Actually, he’s not inside the hotel, he’s everywhere. The ‘Balagan brain moments,’ as we call them, are the highlights. He’s given a mystery, and we see him run through the situation from several angles.” Read more.



From John Doyle of the Globe and Mail:

  • ‘I learned that a show doesn’t have to be derivative to succeed’
    “Some people never grasped why Trailer Park Boys was that rare Canadian thing – a pop-culture phenomenon, a TV hit with legions of devoted fans. Most famously, Jim Shaw, top honcho at Shaw Communications, used Trailer Park Boys to attack the genre of TV shows made with the help of the Canadian Television Fund.” Read more.



From Philip Moscovitch of Canadian Screenwriter:

  • Republic of Doyle: From St. John’s to the World
    Republic of Doyle is the first one-hour drama to be set in Newfoundland – and it unabashedly shows off its setting, playing to a hometown crowd as well as to viewers across Canada. The father-and-son PI show has been steadily drawing about a million viewers an episode on CBC. And they’re bringing Newfoundland to the world, airing in nearly one hundred countries. Read more.


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