Tuesday, May 27, 2014 on The Morning Show
TERRY HAYES – English-born screenwriter, producer and author Terry Hays joins The Morning Show to talk about his latest suspense novel I Am Pilgrim. The book follows a police investigation that leads to a race against time and bio-terrorism. Hayes began his career as a journalist for The Sydney Morning Herald and then went on to become a screenwriter, having written the screenplays for The Road Warrior, Payback and From Hell.
RUTH REICHL – American food writer and co-producer of PBS’s Gourmet’s Diary of a Foodie joins us in-studio to discuss her first novel Delicious. Before coming to Gourmet, she was the restaurant critic for the New York Times, receiving two James Beard Awards for her work. She lectures frequently on food and culture.
DANNY WILKIN & LEWI MORGAN – Wilkin and Morgan are two of four members of the English pop/R&B group called Rixton. Signed by Scooter Braun’s label, the group first single Me and My Broken Heart was released in this year. It has charted in Australia, Sweden and the United States. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
DR. SONNY KOHLI – Biosign’s Chief Medical Officer Dr. Sonny Kohli discusses the Qualcomm Tricorder Xprise Competition. It challenges scientists to recreate one of Star Trek’s most famous science fiction devices, the Tricorder. The Tricorder is a lightweight device that could diagnose any medical disorder. The team of scientists who manages to do this will win $10 million prize. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
JOSH MALERMAN – Josh Malerman is the lead singer and songwriter for the rock band The High Strung. His novel Bird Box comes out in May 2014. The novel has been optioned for a film by Universal. The book centers around a cause/creature that is rapidly spreading like a plague around the world. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
CAMPING MUST HAVES – Kevin Callan, aka The Happy Camper, shares tips and tricks for camping and some must have items. A survey conducted by Canadian Tire with Ipsos revealed that 41% of Canadians plan to buy camping gear this year. TORONTO SHOW ONLY
VIRAL VIDEO – A two-month-old baby says “I Love You.” Take a look.
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