This week’s guest on the DGP podcast is internationally acclaimed crime fiction writer Ian Rankin, the man behind the much loved Edinburgh detective John Rebus. CTV's Jim Gordon also drops by for movie reviews.
Singer/songwriter Buffy Saint-Marie is back with a force with her latest Polaris Prize-winning album Power in the Blood. The Cree Nation activist and Academy Award winner took some time away from her Hawaiian garden to join Dana Gee to talk about not only her return but also recent federal election returns.
Host Dana Gee chats with Paul Gross who wrote, directed and stars in Hyena Road which hits theatres today and focuses on three men as the coalition attempts to secure safe travel through the unforgiving country of Afghanistan.
The longtime resident expert on the Daily Show with Jon Stewart John Hodgman is hitting the road to spread his unique and not necessarily correct view of the world in his latest comedy tour Vacationland.
To celebrate all things design the DGP caught up with designer Tommy Smythe (he of Sarah Richardson TV show fame and great grandson of Toronto Maple Leafs legend Conn Smythe) who is presenting at IDS on Sept. 27.
The Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott chat with host Dana Gee and Billy Bretherton aka Billy the Exterminator from the hit A&E show helps podcast producer Adam Foster rid his apartment of ants.
Are you interested in trying out for Big Brother Canada? If you are then you need to tune into this week’s DGP podcast with Dana Gee as Gee talks with Big Brother Casting director Robyn Kass whose company Kassting Inc. is handling the casting for the fourth installment of Big Brother Canada.
This week host Dana Gee chats with two funny folks. First up it's comedian, podcaster, actor, Chelsea Lately regular and satirist Ben Gleib then it's writer Monica Heisey who, at the wise old age of 26 has written Yes, I Can’t Believe it’s Not Better (a Woman’s Guide to Coping with Life).
The Cult of JT LeRoy is a documentary that looks at fame, the famous and what lengths people will go to for their turn in the spotlight. The film’s director Marjorie Sturm joins Dana Gee along with the Queer Film Festival’s artistic director Shana Myara.
Victor Garber chats about being in the 1960s pop singing group the Sugar Shoppe, the lightning in a bottle that was the legendary 1973 Toronto production of Godspell and his brand new film Self/less where he stars alongside Ben Kingsley and Ryan Reynolds.
On this week’s The DGP podcast with Dana Gee Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame inductee Dennis Dunaway, a founding member and songwriter of Alice Cooper, has a new memoir out and chats about his time in the band. Also Jim Gordon with movie reviews and a chat with Crystal Moselle, director of The Wolfpack.
Jen Kirkman is 40, single and childfree and that is really funny. No, really it is.Dana Gee chats with the comedian about her Netflix special comedy special I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine) and upcoming book and appearance at Vancouver's Biltmore Cabaret show.
Q radio show host Shad talks about the job and yes that other guy’s name comes up. Also Ladner native Will Sasso has a new TV show and lots to say about coming home to work and CTV's Jim Gordon drops by to talk movies.
On this week’s The DGP podcast with Dana Gee it’s all about the movies. Vancouver filmmakers Rich Cowan and John Lenic have produced and Cowan has written the new film The Legend of Barney Thomson. It stars Robert Carlyle, who also directs, Ray Winstone and Emma Thompson and is opening the Edinburgh Film Festival next week. Also a review of Jurassic World and a visit from Reel Jazz.