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TV, eh? podcast episode 170 – A Space for Us All

With Diane off in the Galapagos, Anthony and Greg go it alone this week in a decidedly CBC-centric podcast. Among the stories discussed: CBC’s content sharing agreement with The Weather Network, Canadians giving input into the creation of a new series pilot called Let’s Get Hitched and the danger of the public broadcaster going away forever. Greg and Anthony break down just what a super-simulcast of Corner Gas: The Movie means for viewers and work blue while celebrating the fact that Canadian TV is comfortable with swearing.

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TV eh B Cs podcast – Peter Keleghan sounds off on the Canadian TV industry

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Peter Keleghan got his start at Toronto’s famed Second City comedy training centre and was an active stage performer until moving on to television, where he co-wrote and co-starred in The Comedy Mill from 1986-91. He then moved to Los Angeles and appeared on Cheers, Murphy Brown and Seinfeld and in a recurring but brief role on the daytime soap, General Hospital.

Keleghan returned to Canada and in 1991 he joined Steve SMITH on The Red Green Show as Ranger Gord. He was a heartless film tyrant in Rick MERCER’s Made in Canada and the outwardly affable and hopeless dullard Jim Walcott in Ken Finkleman’s The Newsroom.

The next decade saw Peter Keleghan earn major parts in feature films, most notably Niagara Motel. He also appeared in, among other movies, Ginger Snaps, Coopers’ Camera, Eating Buccaneers and GravyTrain. He currently appears in film comedy Big News from Grand Rock.

He’s been in numerous TV series, including Slings and Arrows, Billable Hours, Murdoch Mysteries, and Saving Hope, and won the 2011 Gemini Award for best actor in a leading comedic role for his part in 18 to Life.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 169 – Shomi the Killer Whale

This week Anthony, Diane and Greg discuss just what will be available when Shomi launches Nov. 4 for Shaw and Rogers customers, the implications of Vice building its own studio in Toronto and launching a channel with an aim to target millennials. Also on tap: is television on the cusp of its first-ever indie scene, the Canadian International Television Festival is just over a week away and we’re still not sure what’s happening there, and Murdoch Mysteries reaches an impressive milestone.

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TV eh B Cs podcast – Heather Conkie champions her Heartland family

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Heather Conkie is a veteran Canadian television writer and producer who began her career as an actress. She has subsequently worked extensively as a writer for numerous television series in Canada including Road to Avonlea, 7th Heaven, The Zack Files, Pit Pony, Dark Oracle, as well as several made for television movies. She’s currently an Executive Producer and writer for CBC’s landmark series Heartland which is galloping through its 8th season with no signs of being put out to pasture.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 168 – Whisper to a Stream

Anthony, Greg and Diane mull over the news that Rogers and Netflix make strange bedfellows with a new series called Between, why the CRTC doesn’t regulate movie theatres, HBO’s internet streaming plans, the Conservative Broadcasting Corporation, how the CBC lost everything — like, everything — with the new hockey deal, and Greg’s Ice Pilots NWT online chat.

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