March 16, 2012
It’s Wedding Week on CANADA AM! Trends in Bridal Fashion, Flowers, Desserts, and more…
For Immediate Release – March 16, 2012
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Monday, March 19• THE DRESS: Here comes the Bride….and her Bridesmaids. Editor-in-Chief of Wedding Bells Magazine Alison McGill showcases the top trends in dresses to kick-off “Wedding Week” on CANADA AM.
• MAYIM BIALIK: Bialik is best known for her roles as “Blossom” and academic “Amy Farrah Fowler” on THE BIG BANG THEORY. Like the over-achieving characters she portrays, Bialik earned a Ph.D. in Neuroscience from UCLA. Now she has added author to her resume with her new parenting book Beyond The Sling.
• CHARLES DUHIGG: He is a staff writer for the New York Times and author of the fascinating new book The Power of Habit. It features groundbreaking research on how we form the habits that rule our lives and how, by better understanding the process, we can take back control of our lives.
• GABRIELLE MILLER: You remember her from “Corner Gas” and “Robson Arms”. Now Gabrielle Miller takes it to the big screen in a new film, Sisters & Brothers.
Tuesday, March 20
• THE GROOM: From black-tie to beach weddings, Alison McGill from Wedding Bells Magazine has the latest looks for Mr. Right.
• LIONEL RICHIE: Fans could listen to his music All Night Long. Now Richie has just released Tuskegee, a collection of thirteen of his biggest hits recorded with some of the biggest names in country music. This morning, he joins CANADA AM to talk about the album and much more.
• SHARE THE WARMTH: CANADA AM wraps up its series on dynamic programs that lend a hand with a community program in Toronto that is turning clay into currency for women struggling to get back on their feet.
Wednesday, March 21
• TOP WEDDING TRENDS: Find out what trends 2012 brides are saying “I Do” to according to Wedding expert Alison McGill.
• KERMIT THE FROG & WALTER: It’s a new match made in Muppet heaven. Kermit and Walter talk about life after their biggest box office bonanza to date, Miss Piggy flirting with the cast and the possibility of another Muppets movie.
• BREAK DOWN BELLY FAT: Is Safflower oil the key? Everyone’s talking about it. Now nutritionist Karlene Karst breaks down the buzz behind Safflower oil.
• FRIENDS OF EMMET: The Irish-American rockers perform their song Coming Apart – a tribute to Kevin Hines, a young man who at 19 jumped off the Golden Gate Bridge and survived.
Thursday, March 22
• WEDDING SWEETS & TREATS: From cupcakes to cutting the cake, find out what the dessert table will look like this year according to Wedding Bells Magazine.
• HUNGER GAMES PANEL: Will it rival the popularity of the Twilight or Harry Potter series? CANADA AM convenes a panel of three fans of the best-selling series to find out if the Hunger Games leaves you satisfied.
• CYCLECAR: Part car, part motorcycle, The Globe and Mail’s Automotive Journalist Petrina Gentile demonstrates the “TRex”, a two-passenger, three wheel superbike made by Campagna, a Quebec-based company.
• CLAYTON BELLAMY: This Canadian-born, award-winning, country music artist treats viewers to a song from his new album Everyone’s a Dreamer.
Friday, March 23
• WEDDING BOUQUET: Say it with flowers! What are the latest floral trends for the big day? Wedding Bells Editor-in-Chief Alison McGill reveals what should be in this year’s bouquets.
• DIANE KEATON: From The Godfather to Annie Hall to Something’s Gotta Give – one of the best known actresses of our time talks about the secrets of aging gracefully, grabbing great roles and her revealing memoir.
• TOMI SWICK: This Juno-award winning Canadian singer-songwriter from Hamilton, Ontario returns to the CANADA AM soundstage.
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