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TV Eh B Cs podcast 21 – The Sticky Notes and Love Boats of Sarah Dodd

Sarah is a screenwriter and story editor whose varied television credits include: PSI FACTOR CHRONICLES OF THE PARANORMAL, CODE NAME ETERNITY, BEASTMASTER, THE SHOEBOX ZOO, BLOOD TIES, FALCON BEACH, THE BORDER, ENDGAME, and PRIMEVAL: NEW WORLD.

Sarah developed the popular book series THE SADDLE CLUB for television and helmed the story department in its first season. After two seasons as the executive story editor and writer on the YTV series ZIXX (for which she won a Leo Award for Best Screenwriting), Sarah was promoted to show-runner for its third season.

While working continuously in television since 1995, Sarah also co-wrote the award-winning short film THE SPARKLE LITE MOTEL with director Cory Kinney and participated in the NSI Features First program with her horror feature EXTINCTION. As a story editor, Sarah has worked on such feature films as DEFENDOR, WEIRDSVILLE, HANK & MIKE and ARCTIC AIR. Sarah has just completed season three of the hit primetime series Motive as the Co- Executive Producer.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 182 – Five Million Award Shows Later

Diane, Anthony and Greg’s spirited discussion includes the ongoing Great Canadian TV Playoff pitting shows from the 1970s, 80s, 90s and 2000s against one another on the road to the best Canadian TV program of all time. Vote now!

Also covered: a no-brainer as Space orders Season 4 of Orphan Black, The Book of Negroes snags two Critics’ Choice Television Awards nominations and all three discuss the Canadian, American and international shows to binge-watch this summer.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 20 – A Hankering for Fred Ewanuick

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Fred Ewanuick played Dan in the Gemini Award nominated, CTV original series, DAN FOR MAYOR. Prior to DAN FOR MAYOR, Ewanuick was known to television audiences as Hank Yarbo, for a six season run, on the CTV hit series CORNER GAS. Corner Gas was nominated for an International Emmy Award for Best Comedy Show and won a Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Cast in 2007. Ewanuick’s other series credits include CTV comedy/drama series ROBSON ARMS for three seasons, and guest starring roles in DA VINCI’S INQUEST and DARK ANGEL. He made his television debut as “a spinning gnome” in THE ADDAMS FAMILY series.

Ewanuick’s feature work includes the lead role in YOUNG TRIFFIE for Writer/Director Mary Walsh plus BLACK EYED DOG for Quebec filmmaker Pierre Gang who Fred worked with on the CTV MOW SELLING INNOCENCE. Additional supporting roles in New Line Cinema’s JUST FRIENDS with Ryan Reynolds and the Miramax family film, CHESTNUT. Ewanuick was the lead in the indie feature, THE DELICATE ART OF PARKING, which won him a Best Actor Award at Spain’s Peniscola Film Festival after it premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival, where it won Best Canadian Feature. Ewanuick made his film debut in MGM/UA’s A GUY THING, followed by a role in THE SANTA CLAUSE 2. Ewanuick just wrapped on his latest feature, PATTERSON’S WAGER.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 181 – I Call Shenanigans

In one of our shorter podcasts, Diane, Anthony and Greg break down the highlights of Monday’s Writers Guild of Canada awards, the dubious new Golden Maple Awards and the ongoing results of our latest poll: Which Canadian TV Cops are your favourites?

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 19 – Matt Watts: Every Day

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Matt Watts played the long-suffering producer Matt on Ken Finkleman’s 2005 International Emmy winning The Newsroom. He played “Matt” in Don McKellar’s Twitch City, on which he also a story consultant. He was a member of the Writer’s Room on six episodes of the 2003 edition of Slings & Arrows, and part of the team which created the international stage hit The Drowsy Chaperone.

His feature film credits include Scott Pilgrim versus the World, Fever Pitch, Don McKellar’s Childstar.

Watts is a veteran of radio drama creating and starring in three series for CBC Radio: Steve, The First (2005), a four-part dark comedy set in a post-apocalyptic future features a slacker who wakes up to find he’s slept through the apocalypse, Steve, The Second (2006) details the story of the son of the original Steve; Canadia: 2056 (2007) centres on Max Anderson, the American liaison on board the only Canadian spaceship in an otherwise American space fleet headed toward a galactic war.

And we recently learned of the triumphant return of Michael: Tuesdays and Thursdays next season on CBC.

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