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TV, eh? podcast episode 217 — Clear those cookies

With the holidays approaching, Greg and Anthony talk about our latest contest, where folks can win a copy of Investigating Murdoch Mysteries.

Then it’s on to a very slim calendar, Hard Rock Medical‘s season return, our thoughts on à la carte channels and what Christmas programming we watch during the holidays.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 55 — Cracking the Code with Joely Collins

joelyJoely Collins is a Canadian, award-winning producer and actress with over 20 years experience in the film and television industry.  Her most recent project is the multi award-winning digital series “CODED”, which is currently screening on the festival circuit.

Her feature film “Becoming Redwood”, a quirky, heart-warming, coming-of-age story, became an instant hit on the festival circuit and won Best Canadian Feature at the Edmonton International Film Festival and Most Popular Canadian Film at the Vancouver International Film Festival.  With her production company Million Faces, Joely is actively producing feature films, television series and digital media projects.

Joely is passionate about creating bigger and more challenging roles for women in film, on both sides of the lens.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 216 — Hints of orange and mint

With the first winter weather hitting Southern Ontario, Greg and Anthony warm up to the latest calendar updates, our newest poll where folks pick their Top 3 new Canadian shows of the fall and CBC’s winter schedule of new and returning series.

We then preview Dec. 1, when Canadian cable companies must offer channels à la carte.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 54 — A Long Walk Off a Murdoch

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On Saturday, Oct. 1, Greg David of TV, Eh? moderated a series of panels during Unlock the Mysteries of Murdoch: The Ultimate Inside conference, held in CBC’s headquarters in downtown Toronto. Here is the third of three sessions we recorded, with Murdoch Mysteries cast members Kristian Bruun, Yannick Bisson, Mouna Traoré, Hélène Joy, Jonny Harris, Arwen Humphreys, Thomas Craig and showrunner Peter Mitchell.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 53 — Hosting Jessi Cruickshank

jessicruickshank2016b-highresJessi Cruickshank is one of Canada’s most beloved TV personalities and has been hailed as “one of the funniest women on TV today, period” by The Province. Cruickshank grew up in Vancouver where she broke into comedy as the only girl in an all-male improv troupe alongside Seth Rogen. She soon became a household name as the face of MTV, hosting the daily comedy show MTV Live and smash hit The Hills After Show, which was syndicated in 10 countries and generated record-breaking ratings in Canada and the U.S.

Cruickshank went on to host Live from E!, Jerseylicious, Olympic Morning and recently wrapped six seasons as the LA correspondent for Canada’s #1 entertainment show, etalk. She has also travelled the world as a keynote speaker and the Canadian ambassador for Free the Children.

Cruickshank returned to CBC in the fall of 2016 as one of the co-hosts of CBC’s highly anticipated new daytime show The Goods, and to host Season 3 of Canada’s Smartest Person.

Canada’s Smartest Person airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on CBC.

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