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TV Eh B Cs podcast 77 — Elize Morgan vs. Alpaca vs. Llama

Elize Morgan is a writer of TV, games and digital series. She worked on Assassin’s Creed: Origins, was part of the Season 1 team for girls action animation series Mysticons, and is currently pitching for her co-created series Alpaca vs. Llama for the Independent Production Fund.

She created and produced two digital comedy series, Pretty In Geek and The Gate. She was also the editor of How to Make a Web Series (free on iBooks).

Elize wrote for the CSA-winning convergent project Grojband: The Show Must Go On and has been nominated for a WGC Award for her script “Heart of Gold” for the girls action series Mysticons.

Elize has worked on animated and live action properties for kids, including CBC’s Ollie: The Boy Who Became What He Ate, Rusty Rivets and Bagel & Becky. Elize has an MA in Popular Culture and is a graduate of the CFC’s Prime Time Television Writing Program.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 76 — The mysteries of TV music with composer Robert Carli

Robert Carli divides his time between playing the saxophone and composing music for films and TV. His scores have earned him a number of awards, including five Gemini Awards and three Canadian Screen Awards. Recently, he completed work on season 11 of Murdoch Mysteries and is about to embark on the third season of SyFy network’s cult hit Wynonna Earp. He performs regularly as saxophonist with a number of ensembles, including the Toronto Symphony, the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra, and The Art of Time Ensemble.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 240 — Tractors, barns and his loyal dog

It’s been a month since Anthony and Greg have recorded. This month’s instalment brought to you by Arizona Arnold Palmer Peach!

Much of the podcast is spent breaking down the next month of Canadian TV programming via the calendar, followed by the National Film Board and APTN’s new partnership, the return of North of 60, and the latest job cuts made by Global News and Shaw Communications.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 75 — Uncovering Lachlan Murdoch’s Mysteries

Lachlan Murdoch was born in Vancouver, British Columbia into a family of performers. His first-ever job came when he was but two years old; cast in a commercial for “Fisher Price Baby Shampoo.”

He worked steadily as a child in many different productions including fan favourite episodes of The X Files, The Outer Limits and Stargate SG-1. Other notable appearances include Kids in the Hall’s Brain Candy and FX’s highly acclaimed movie Sins of the Father, where Lachlan would meet many future key crew members of Murdoch Mysteries.

Lachlan moved to Toronto permanently in 2002, where he finished school and went on to win his role as Henry Higgins on CBC’s massively popular Murdoch Mysteries.

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TV, Eh? podcast Episode 239 — Dry spice and oily nuts

New year, new podcast! The first of 2018 is brought to you by Alba beer from Williams Bros. Brewing and Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller #4 Jess Gamble.

We recap all of the new and returning shows during the first three weeks of January before discussing Rogers and Vice Canada severing ties, Starz coming to Canada and the hits and misses in this year’s Canadian Screen Award nominations.

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