Friday, April 26, 2013 on The Morning Show
Global Toronto’s News Hour anchor LESLIE ROBERTS joins the conversation as guest host of the national edition of The Morning Show. For more on Leslie, click here.
NKOTB — One of the biggest boy bands is back… and they are sitting down with The Morning Show‘s Kris Reyes. The group will be performing in Ottawa (June 4), Montreal (June 6) and Toronto (June 7 and July 28) and in Vancouver on July 10. For more information go to nkotb.com.
BECOMING REDWOOD — Actress/producer Joely Collins visits The Morning Show to talk about the new film Becoming Redwood and her famous father.
HOLISTIC DENTISTRY — Dr. Dana Colson is here to talk about her wellness-based dentistry. Toronto Show Only.
ALIAS — Filmmaker Michelle Latimer and rapper Alkatraz stop by The Morning Show to preview Alias, which looks at aspiring rappers trying to escape gangster life. It screens at the Hot Docs festival. (The film was produced in association with Shaw Media’s IFC.) Toronto Show Only.
CRITICAL FUTURE — Ben Brantley of The New York Times and Peter Schjeldahl of The New Yorker are on The Morning Show to talk about the future of professional art criticism in the age of blogs and social media. The conversation began Thursday night at a talk organized by the Canadian Journalism Foundation. Toronto Show Only.
LOOKING SPORTY — A number of athletes are here to showcase the hottest looks for sporty types. Toronto Show Only.
VIRAL VIDEOS — Canadian crooner Michael Bublé will do anything to spread the word about his new album… including this! And, for something completely different (and hilarious) check out this compilation of KiSS 92.5 producer Dammit Maurie screaming like a girl.
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