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HOLDER TONIGHT

with
PETER ANTHONY HOLDER
The Week Of
FEBRUARY 11-15, 2008



MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2008
12:35am

Actor Tryone Benskin, who is also the artistic director of Black Theatre Workshop, talks about his career, the theatre company and also the future plans that BTW has for the former Empress Theatre in NDG.
1:05am

Chip St. Clair is the author of The Butterfly Garden, one of the most fascinating true crime cases, but he's not only the author, he is a participant! The man he called "Dad" was an impostor. He was also a child killer who had been on the run for nearly three decades.

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1:35am

Schuyler T. Wallace likes to travel by train. He is the author of Tin Lizard Tales, which chronicles his train travel through both the United States and Canada.

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2:05am

Richard Nelson Bolles is the author of What Color Is Your Parachute? The book that has been translated into twenty different languages in twenty-six countries has some new information for its 2008 edition.

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2:35am

Would you like to spy on your neighbours? You can with an item called "Neighbour Rod" created by Finn Magee over in England. We call across the pond to find out what his invention is all about and more importantly, why.

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2008
12:35am

Peter Franklin, the Gabby Cabby, is in New York to share a slice of the Big Apple from his yellow mobile conveyance lounge. He's also the author of the book Gabby Cabby: The Inside Scoop from New York's Last English-Speaking Cabdriver.

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1:05am

Therapist Richard Rapoport is back in studio with another edition of Shrink Rap to help get into your mind and find your inner you.
2:05am

Your voice may be saying more about you than you think. SayHeyThere.com is a website where visitors have to guess a person's personality, race, build, and appearance just by the sound of their voice. We talk to spokesperson Heather Lipner.

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2008
12:35am

Actor Anthony Sherwood is the Executive Producer of a special project taking place this Friday that's being produced by the Department of Canadian Heritage of the Federal Government for Black History Month. Entitled Follow The North Star, it will commemorate the 175th Anniversary of the Abolition of Slavery in Canada (1833).
1:05am

Investigative reporter Stephen Dean is the author of Your Neighbor's Secret Life Online: Protecting Families from Internet Conmen, Scammers and Predators. He delves into the world of what you need to know to protect yourself and your family from scams and other online dangers.

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1:35am

Hollywood writer Steve Leiva, who was heavily involved with the recent writers' strike in Hollywood (and was actually part of the ballot count the other night) is on to talk about the end result and what the conclusion of the strike means for the writers, Hollywood and the fans in general.

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2008
12:35am

Sprinter Hank Palmer is in studio to talk about his running career and his quest to be on the Canadian Olympic Team this summer in Beijing for the Games of the XXIX Olympiad.
1:05am

Robert Leonard was the founder of the singing group Sha Na Na, but he left that behind to pursue his Ph.D. from Columbia University. Today he heads the Forensic Linguistic Project at NY's Hofstra University and is one of the foremost forensic linguistics experts in the world.
2:05am

gavel gif Criminal defence lawyer Darren Kavinoky is back on the program to share some legal information concerning the possible legal plight of baseball pitcher Roger Clemens and the current steroid scandal and the testimony in Congress.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2008
12:35am

Stuart Nulman is in with another edition of Book Banter. The reviewed books are:
  • A Well Paid Slave by Brad Snyder, published by Plume, $19.
  • The Anatomy of Deception by Lawrence Goldstone, published by Doubleday Canada, $29.95.
  • Look at Me! by Robert Munsch & Michael Martchenko, published by Scholastic Canada, $6.99.

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    You can also read selected Kiddie's Korner reviews from Stuart at Sandbox World

12:45am

Steve Walsh, with another segment of Steve Walsh: Our Man In The Heart Of America: Checking Out The Nation's Pulse. Find out what wacky things our Jefferson City, Missouri based correspondant has found in the U.S.
1:05am

If you're watching your furniture floating by perhaps it's time to call a plumber. We have one. David Soroka is in to answer your plumbing questions around the house. (For more info check the Alpha-file under "Soroka")
2:05am

Do you ever have nightmares of being trapped in a plane falling from the sky, getting cancer, or having your doctor tell you have two weeks to live? Then imagine what itís like to experience all three! We talk to Donna Hartley, who escaped from a horrific plane crash and has survived more life-threatening crises than many Hollywood action heroes. She is the author of Fire up Your Life!

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