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TV Eh B Cs podcast 44 – Jackson Davies’ Constabulary

JacksonDaviesJackson Davies has acted in most of the major theatres in Canada. He has appeared in well over 350 TV shows and movies and for 16 years starred as Constable John Constable in CBC’s THE BEACHCOMBERS (check out a petition to bring it back here). He is also an award winning film writer and producer. Jackson is a member of the B.C. Entertainment Hall Of Fame, past Vice Chair of the BC Arts Council, Vice President of UBCP, and on the Faculty at Capilano University Stage and Film Program. He is one of only two Canadians who were made Honorary Sergeants in the RCMP and still plays right wing for the Vancouver Canucks Alumni.

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TV, eh? podcast episode 203 – Renewed, Screwed & Unglued

Greg and Anthony discuss the next couple of weeks of new and returning Canadian TV programming via the March and April calendars before exploring the series that have been renewed, cancelled or are on the bubble for the 2016-17 broadcast season.

(Correction: Greg mentions Schitt’s Creek will be back on CBC in the fall, but he is wrong. Season 3 of SC returns in winter 2017; Mr. D is the comedy airing in the fall.)

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 43 – Surviving Slasher

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TV, eh? podcast co-host Greg David moderated the Slasher panel on Saturday, March 19 at Toronto’s ComiCon. Featured are: Steve Byers, who plays Officer Cam Henry; Patrick Garrow, who plays Tom Winston; Christopher Jacot, who plays Robin Turner; director Craig David Wallace and Slasher’s creator, writer and executive producer, Aaron Martin. Listen to see if Greg survives …

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TV, eh? podcast episode 202 – Wifi and the Candy

As with every other week, Diane, Anthony and Greg discuss the next two weeks in Canadian TV programming using the ever-popular calendar before breaking down this year’s Canadian Screen Award winners in the key categories handed out on Sunday night. Greg gives his thoughts on three nights of trophies from the media room.

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TV Eh B Cs podcast 42 – In the Write Room with Denis McGrath

DMcDenis McGrath has been nominated for multiple Canadian Screen Awards, including a 2016 writing nomination for the penultimate episode of season one of X Company. He has been nominated for a Writers Guild of Canada award for his work on Less Than Kind, and won the same award for his miniseries Across the River to Motor City in 2007. Recent credits include Aftermath, X Company, Continuum, Bitten, Less Than Kind, The Border, and Stargate: Universe.

Anthony and Denis discuss X Company in particular — including how he became “Dieppe boy” — and the writers room in general.

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