April 25, 2014 5:04 am

Friday, April 25, 2014 on The Morning Show

Actor Dominic Purcell arrives at GQ Celebrates 2007 'Men Of The Year' at the Chateau Marmont Hotel on December 5, 2007 in Hollywood, California.

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DOMINIC PURCELL – English-born Australian actor Dominic Purcell discusses his role in the film A Fighting Man on the national edition of The Morning Show. The former Prison Break star plays a washed-up boxer haunted by an undefeated streak. The movie will be available on DVD and digital June 17.

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DAWNA FRIESEN – Global News’ Dawna Friesen shares a wrenching, emotional and intimate journey about her parents who suffer from dementia. Friesen steps outside her traditional role, hosting the national news, to become one of the main characters in this 16X9 one-hour exploration of dementia.

BIG BROTHER CANADA – Another one bites the dust. The Morning Show speaks to the latest Big Brother Canada evictee in the reality television series.

JEAN-MARTIN FORTIER – Jean-Martin Fortier and his wife Maude-Hélène Desroches are the founders of Les Jardins de la Grelinette, an internationally recognized micro-farm known for its high productivity and profitability using low-tech, high-yield methods of production. Fortier recently released a new book called The Market Gardener: A successful grower’s handbook for small-scale organic farming. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

LOVE ME DOCUMENTARY – Director  Johnathon Narducci is in-studio to talk about his documentary film Love Me. The film introduces us to several men from America and one from Australia that are looking to find a woman who would fall in love with, marry, and move home with them. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

DEVIN CUDDY –  Canadian singer-songwriter who fronts the Devin Cuddy Band joins us to talk about his early success in the music recording business. Their first album “Volume One” was released on Cameron House Records in 2012 and has been nominated for roots & traditional album of the year in the group category at the 2014 Juno Awards. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

SPRING DRINKS – Robin Goodfellow showcases the perfect variety of spring drinks with l’aperitivo. TORONTO SHOW ONLY

VIRAL VIDEO –  Vince Reffet and Fred Fugen break a new World Record by BASE jumping from above the pinnacle of the World’s Tallest Building.  Chuck Aaron defies physics as he takes to the skies in the Red Bull Aerobatic Helicopter.

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