April 5, 2012
Next Week On CANADA AM – Titanic - 100 Years Later, Colin Mochrie, Patrick Watson, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, and more…
For Immediate Release – April 5, 2012
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Monday, April 9
• PASSENGERS ON THE RMS TITANIC: Hugh Brewster is the Author of RMS Titanic, a book of portraits of the Titanic’s most notable passengers.
• KATE AND PIPPIN: This unlikely friendship between a Great Dane and baby fawn has spawned a book of unforgettable photographs by Isobel Springett and story by Martin Springett.
• COLIN MOCHRIE: This morning he brings his comedy to the kitchen, whipping up breakfast for the entire CANADA AM crew.
• EAT RIGHT, SLEEP RIGHT: Today, CANADA AM looks at how eating is linked to getting a great night’s sleep.
Tuesday, April 10
• TITANIC MYTHS & CHRONOLOGY: Greg Ward is the author of Rough Guide to the Titanic, a book that explores every aspect of the most famous shipwreck in history. Find out what’s fact and what’s fiction.
• ROAD TO LONDON: Triathlon is traditionally known as an individual sport, but at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, Canadian Simon Whitfield stood on the podium for Canada, but it was his teammate – and friend – Colin Jenkins who helped get him there. CANADA AM talks to the pair about working as a team.
• PATRICK WATSON: The Canadian, singer-songwriter performs his brand of experimental music on the CANADA AM Soundstage.
• COOKING FOR ONE: Chef Rose Reisman shows viewers how to overcome the challenges of cooking for one.
Wednesday, April 11
• CHATEAU LAURIER: The 100th anniversary of the Titanic’s sinking coincides with the 100th birthday of one of Canada’s most famous landmarks. CANADA AM reveals the connection.
• CARLY’S VOICE: Carly Fleischmann was diagnosed with severe autism and an oral motor condition that left her unable to speak. After years of intensive therapy, Carly remained largely unreachable until at the age of 10 she used a laptop to type a message. Her father Arthur has co-authored a book with Carly about the experience and how she found her voice.
Thursday, April 12
• NORTHERN IRELAND: CANADA AM’s Jeff Hutcheson is live in Northern Ireland featuring some of its most famous sites.
• DR. SANJAY GUPTA: One of the world best known health practitioners and an accomplished author, he has just released Monday Mornings: A Novel.
• ANTHONY SEDLAK: Canadian host of the The Main and judge on The Family Cook Off, this morning he cooks a wood smoked salmon with Cucumber tzatziki, pickled red onion and garlic crostini for CANADA AM.
Friday, April 13
• TITANIC: CANADA AM’s Marci Ien takes you to Belfast, the birthplace of Titanic and get a tour of the state of the art Titanic museum, a spectacular interactive exhibition that gives you the feel of what it was like to be a passenger on the ill-fated ship.
• A TALE OF TWO PENNIES: A personal story of a woman whose great grandfather left behind a legacy and a story.
• CLASS DISTINCTIONS IN THE DINING ROOM: CANADA AM serves up the dishes that first and third class dining room guests would have eaten.
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