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TV Eh B Cs podcast 30 – Marvin Kaye Looking for Kind’s Kin

MarvinKayeHaving started with a career acting on stage, Marvin Kaye moved to the screen appearing early on shows like Earth: Final Conflict, Due South, and La Femme Nikita. He was the voice of Mort in the animated series Quads!

He was the creator and Executive Producer of the City-TV/HBO critically-acclaimed Less Than Kind which, over four seasons, won numerous Canadian Comedy, Canadian Screen, and Gemini Awards before wrapping up in 2013.

Most recently he’s written a couple of episodes for CBC’s Mr. D. and we wrangled some discussion about relaunching oneself from the plateau of past success.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 188 – The Bell Tolls for King

This time around, the trio discussed the final week of bidding in the TV, eh? auction to benefit Kids Help Phone and the sudden departure of Phil King, Bell Media’s president of sports and entertainment programming.

Also on the docket: Killjoys‘ renewal chances, Lost Girl and Continuum available for streaming ahead of broadcast on Showcase and whether shomi is worth the money.

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TV Eh B Cs episode 29 – Underscoring Greg David

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For over 15 years, Greg David was a television critic for TV Guide Canada, the country’s most trusted source for TV news. He’s now the Editor for the parent site of this podcast tv-eh.com. He has interviewed television actors, actresses and behind-the-scenes creatives and crew from hundreds of shows over the course of his career.

He has also been featured on the other side of the camera as a trusted source for TV-related opinion on City’s Breakfast Television, CTV’s Canada AM and Global’s The Morning Show, discussing everything from Primetime Emmy snubs to what the hottest new shows are debuting on the small screen.

A graduate of Sheridan College’s Print Journalism program, Greg served as an instructor for George Brown College’s Writing for the Web and Editing for the Web classes.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 187 – Androgynous Puppets Notwithstanding

This time around, Diane, Anthony and Greg break down some of the items available in TV, eh?’s charity auction benefitting Kids Help Phone, including Bitten scripts and a set visit, drinks with Canadian TV writers, notes on your TV script, Rookie Blue swag and a set visit and walk-on role on Murdoch Mysteries.

Speaking of Murdoch Mysteries, Greg described his recent Fan Day experience, where thousands were given access to the show’s Toronto headquarters.

Finally, the trio reflected on the news that Mr. Dressup‘s co-stars, Casey and Finnegan, have been found alive(?) and well off the coast of British Columbia.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 28 – A Splice of Matthew Hannam

After Matthew Hannam moved to Toronto to attend the Canadian Film Centre, he stayed on to pursue a career in editing. He started  working with Bruce McDonald on The Tracey Fragments. His first feature was Matt Bissonnette’s Passenger Side, and soon he was making films with Bruce McDonald, Don McKellar, Leonard Farlinger, Aaron Woodley, Jamie Travis and Brandon Cronenberg.
HannamCronenberg’s Antiviral premiered at Cannes in 2012. Following that, he edited Denis Villeneuve’s Enemy for which he won a Canadian Screen Award. Most recently, he edited James White for Borderline Films (Martha Marcy May Marlene, Simon Killer). The film premiered at Sundance ’15 and won the “best of NEXT” audience award.
Currently he is editing The Expanse, a new series for Alcon Entertainment and SyFy. But we spent some time talking about a short documentary episode he directed for TMN’s Reelside about Don McKellar and Bruce McDonald.

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