February 1, 2013
Next Week on CANADA AM – Let’s Talk About Mental Health, Harlem Globetrotter Girl, Laughing Babies, Serena Ryder, and More…
For Immediate Release – February 1, 2013
To tweet this alert: http://bit.ly/XcZzgQ
Watch Beverly Thomson, Marci Ien, and Jeff Hutcheson on CANADA AM, weekdays beginning at 6 a.m. ET on CTV and CTV News Channel. Visit CANADA AM online at www.canadaam.ctv.ca for full episodes, top stories, CANADA AM extras, daily show info, featured recipes, book reviews, and contributor gift ideas.
Monday, Feb. 4
• GLOBETROTTING GAL: TNT Maddox is part of a very select group: she is the first woman to be invited to join the Harlem Globetrotters in 20 years. Maddox pays a trip to a local school to show her way around the hoops to a team of young girls, live on CANADA AM.
• LEAVE IT TO THE EXPERTS: Renovation know-it-all, Scott McGillivray, shares which home repairs can easily be DIY and which ones are best left to the professionals.
• GROWING STRONGER: Host and author of SUPERBODIES – human physiologist Greg Wells joins CANADA AM to talk about his journey back to prime fitness after a debilitating heart virus knocked him flat.
Tuesday, Feb. 5
• BLACKBERRY’S BOLD MOVE: Blackberry CEO Thorsten Heins sits down with CANADA AM in an exclusive interview to discuss restoring the iconic Canadian company to its former glory.
• LAUGHING BABIES: Who can resist them? They are guaranteed to make anyone smile. But what makes them laugh? Psychologist Caspar Addyman talks about CANADA AM from London about his international project to find out.
• BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK: real estate expert Sandra Rinomato talk to CANADA AM about which repairs will get the biggest returns.
Wednesday, Feb. 6
• LET’S TALK: CANADA AM kicks off special coverage of Bell Let’s Talk Day beginning with a program that raises awareness about mental health issues in different cultural communities in Canada.
• WHY PENMANSHIP STILL MATTERS: Principal Jim Brand from the Maria Montessori School in Toronto discusses the unappreciated art of cursive writing.
• HOT BILLS: Viewers learn how to keep their hard-earned dollars from going up in smoke when CANADA AM shares tips for saving money on winter heating.
Thursday, Feb. 7
• LET’S TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH AND BODY ISSUES: Competitive Speed Skater Meghan Buisson’s battle with an eating disorder took over her life. Now she’s made it her mission to educate kids and parents about body image. She tells her compelling story on CANADA AM.
• CLASSIC ROCK: Rock and roll legend, Eric Burdon, one of the most original voices of the British Invasion, comes to CANADA AM to talk aabout his 50 years in the business since the release of The House of the Rising Sun.
• BEST IN SHOW: Cute alert! The Canadian pups getting ready to star in this year’s Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show visit the CANADA AM set.
Friday, Feb. 8
• SERENA RYDER: The Canadian songstress talks about her struggle with depression and how she overcame it. Ryder persons songs from her new album, Harmony, on the CANADA AM Sound Stage.
• HITTING THE SLOPES: Loren Christie shares tips for planning the perfect ski vacation.
• RICHARD’S REVIEW: CANADA AM’s film critic Richard Crouse reviews Side Effects – staring Channing Tatum, Jude Law, and Rooney Mara.
About CANADA AM
Now in its 40th Season, CANADA AM is Canada’s national morning newsmagazine. Since its launch in 1972, CANADA AM has brought Canadians a unique blend of hard news and lifestyle stories, featuring in-depth interviews with top newsmakers, celebrities and musical stars. Lis Travers is the Vice-President and Executive Producer for CANADA AM and Wendy Freeman is the President of CTV News.
Social Media Links:
- CTV -
For more information, please contact:
Julie MacFarlane, Bell Media, 416.384.4623 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Renee Dupuis, Bell Media, 416.384.3154 or email@example.com
> Print friendly version