The Stroumboulopouli

The Stroumboulopouli

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CBC TV & Radio shows plus HNIC

His work with Artists for Peace and Justice

UN Ambassadorship for The World Food Programme

Saturday, December 15, 2012

George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight: December 17-21

George will be speaking to some intriguing people from the world of film and television this week.

Monday 17 December 2012

Judd Apatow and his wife Leslie Mann will be on to discuss their upcoming film This is 40. The writer, director and producer has also worked with his wife in 40 Year Old Virgin, Knocked Up and Freaks and Geeks. He is also the Executive Producer of Girls and produced other great comedies such as Bridesmaids, Get Him to the Greek, Superbad and Anchorman.

Tonight's panel includes Mark Forward who plays Mr. Leung on CBC's Mr.D.

Tuesday 18 December 2012

Quentin Tarantino is in the red chair tonight to discuss his upcoming film Django: Unchained. Quentin has won an Oscar for Pulp Fiction in 1994 for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly For The Screen. He's also been nominated for an Academy Award for Inglorious Basterds in 2010. His 77 award nominations include prestigious institutions such as BAFTA, Cannes, Golden Globes, and suprisingly the Grammy's (Best Compilation Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture - Kill Bill Vol 2) and an Emmy (Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series - CSI).

Tonight's panel includes Don Ferguson who appears on CBC's Royal Air Farce. 

Wednesday 19 December 2012

Ken Burns is an Oscar nominated director (Brookly Bridge, The Statue of Liberty). You can see his documentary, The Central Park Five, this month at the Bloor Cinema in Toronto and other theatres near you. Ken has also won an Emmy in 2010 for Outstanding Non Fiction Series National Parks: America's Best Idea. 

Tonight's panel includes John Wing. John has written for the Halifax Comedy Festival and Winnipeg Comedy Festival.

Thursday 13 December 2012

Corey Hart is our first guest this evening. The Canadian 1980s hearthrob was best known for his songs Sunglasses at Night and Never Surrender, but now he's back with some interesting stories to tell.

David Chase is best known for his work as a Producer for everything from Rockford Files to The Sopranos. Join him as he talks about his new film, Not Fade Away, a love letter to sixties rock and roll.

Tonight's panel has a special connection with another panelist. Matt Baram lived with Naomi Snieckus and Ron Pederson. The three co-founded The National Theatre of the World. He has an upcoming series, Seeds, and has starred in Take This Waltz. 

Friday's episode will feature the best of the week. 

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