January 20, 2012
Next Week on CANADA AM – Daniel Radcliffe, Sundance Film Festival, James Cromwell, and more…
For Immediate Release – January 20, 2011
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Monday, January 23
• SUNDANCE KICK-OFF: CTV British Columbia’s Aamer Haleem delivers a Sundance round-up of the stars and the films that people are buzzing about.
• LET’S GET DIGITAL: CANADA AM’s fitness expert Libby Norris shares her top apps for staying in shape in 2012.
• THE ARTIST: Academy Award nominee James Cromwell’s performance in this re-make of a French black and white silent movie is receiving great accolades from critics. He chats with CANADA AM’s Marci Ien about making this movie on a shoestring budget and how it found an audience.
Tuesday, January 24
• SUNDANCE WALK & TALK: ETALK Sundance correspondent Lainey Lui takes CANADA AM on a tour of the top celebrity hot spots and has an update on celebrity sightings at the festival.
• 84th ACADEMY AWARDS NOMINATIONS: CANADA AM broadcasts the nominations live 8:30 a.m. and has resident film buff Richard Crouse in studio and film critic Pete Hammond live from LA to react the Oscar nods.
Wednesday, January 25
• AVIVA COMMUNITY FUND WINNERS: Jeff Hutcheson is in the Guelph, Ontario this morning too announce the AVIVA Community Fund winners.
• THE BLACK-JEW DIALOGUES: The co-creators and performers of this comedic play, about prejudice, racism, and the power of diversity - Larry Tish and Ron Jones - talk about the success of the play and how it has prompted the development of the Dialogues on Diversity workshops.
• ATOM EGOYAN: The curtain is rising on this Canadian film director’s new on-stage production Cruel and Tender. He talks about his return to directing a stage production with his actor wife Arsinée Khanjian as the star of the show.
Thursday, January 26
• INTERIOR DESIGN SHOW: Designer Brian Gluckstein gives CANADA AM tour of the new and original design ideas on show at Canada’s largest contemporary design fair.
• IS BUTTER BETTER? Or should does flax seed oil take the cake? Karlene Karst, a registered dietician, breaks down which fats to include in a healthy diet and which to avoid.
• PAUL ROSEN: Best known as the goalie for Canada’s Paralympic Sledge Hockey team, Rosen is speaking about his personal literacy challenges in an effort to raise awareness about National Family Literacy Day tomorrow.
• ONE FOR THE MONEY: Jason O’Mara and Daniel Sunjata talk to Marci Ien about this romantic comedy/ thriller staring Katherine Heigl as Stephanie Plum.
Friday, January 27
• DANIEL RADCLIFFE: Harry Potter is all grown up! This morning he about his role in the upcoming thriller, The Woman In Black.
• NHL ALL-STAR WEEKEND: Stars of the NHL drop the puck in Ottawa this weekend at the All-Star game. CANADA AM looks at the on-ice roster and who in the stands as Canada’s national game returns to home soil.
• DANGERS OF COSMETIC HAIR REMOVAL: On Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on CTV, Beverly Thomson reports for W5 about dangers of common laser treatments. This morning, CANADA AM reports the results of a special survey by the Canadian Dermatology Association (CDA) with an exclusive interview with a CDA expert.
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