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TV, eh? podcast episode 201 – Who’s got the biggest skinny basic package?

It’s a special Leap Day edition of the TV, Eh? podcast! Greg, Diane and Anthony discuss the March Canadian TV broadcast calendar, which is packed with returnees like Big Brother Canada, Cold Water Cowboys and Some Assembly Required and newbies like Humble Home Hunters and Post My Party.

Then it’s on to the hot-button topic everyone is talking about: skinny basic cable. What packages are cable companies offering and what do we think of them? Read Diane’s column and listen to our thoughts.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 41: Tales from the Dark Guide

Anthony quizzes Greg about his long-lost days at TV Guide Canada and TV Guide.ca, asking about the coldest and hottest places he’s done interviews, which TV series set has the best food, the challenges of writing for magazines and the web and Greg reveals the oddest interview he’s ever done.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 200 – The Bicentennial Ides of Mayday

To celebrate Episode 200 of the TV, Eh? podcast, you get a twofer: our newsy chat about the latest goings-on in the industry followed immediately by Anthony’s chat with Mayday narrator Stephen Bogaert!

Diane, Anthony and Greg highlight the next two weeks in Canadian TV programming, Motive‘s final season return date next month and how cameras have started to roll on CTV’s production of Cardinal, the six-part series based on Giles Blunt’s novels.

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Podcast: Best Episode Ever, Season 7, Episode 9

I don’t just love Canadian TV. As a child of the 1970s and 80s, television was my babysitter, whether I was tuning in to Sesame Street and The Polka Dot Door or—during my formative years—checking out The Incredible Hulk, The A-Team, Magnum PI, Mork & Mindy, Three’s Company and Happy Days.

So it was a real treat to be asked to guest star on the Best Episode Ever podcast this week. Anthony Marco, Bob Goyetche and Dave Brodbeck get together (almost) every week to chat about three television series from the past. The discussions are informative and darned entertaining, and I was honoured to be asked on to discuss Simon & Simon. The full podcast can be found here for your streaming pleasure. Past instalments of Best Episode Ever can be accessed here.

In addition to a bunch other podcasts, Anthony co-hosts the weekly TV, Eh? podcasts with myself and Diane; those can all be found here.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 199 – Anne of Green Grassi Junior High

Reunited and it feels so good. Diane returns to the fold and she, Anthony and Greg go over the debuts, returns and season finales taking place over the next few weeks, including YTV’s Anne of Green Gables and History’s Vikings.

Then we switch gears to chat about Global’s latest original series, the six-part Mary Kills People, executive-produced by Tassie Cameron (Rookie Blue). Speaking of Rookie Blue, that series is mentioned during our breakdown of the key categories in this year’s Canadian Screen Award nominations.

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